by JayBSupe | AuxBeacon News Contributer
CBS News completed a six-month investigation into sexual assault allegations at the U.S. Air Force Academy. It revealed over a dozen current and former USAFA cadets who said they faced reprisal for reporting assaults.
A former top official on sexual assault says she believes the academy undercounts sexual assault cases.
When the Air Force Academy’s new superintendent, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, joined “CBS This Morning” to respond to the investigation he told the panel that he was was “disgusted” by the sexual assault reports, but he also said “I don’t think there problems” with sexual assault at the academy or how it handles the cases.
Lt Gen Silveria’s statement has motivated the logging of problems with the United States Air Force Academy and its graduates.