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The mother of a soldier in the Army National Guard said her daughter was repeatedly molested by a superior and raped by her colleagues, forcing her to commit suicide

CBS This Morning reports that Debbie Robinson said her daughter Sergeant Morgan Robinson always wanted to be in the military. When he was 21, he joined in and told his mother that he wanted to serve his country.

After six years of service, Morgan was sent to Kuwait in 2016, where she was sexually molested by one of her superiors, Debbie Robinson said.

“When she was in Kuwait, one of her superiors s*xually assaulted her and harassed her all the time.”

When Morgan reported the incident, “nothing happened,” added her mother.

During the same mission, Morgan traveled to Afghanistan, where she was raped by several fellow soldiers. Morgan told his mother but was afraid to report it to Army officers.

“I was very scared,” said Debbie. “Because they threatened you, number one. And number two, he knew he wasn’t going anywhere. Nothing happened to harassment and sexual harassment in Kuwait. So why should they do anything in Afghanistan? “”

Four months after the rape, Morgan Robinson committed suicide.

Army officials then investigated the incident. They gave Debbie the documents, which were filled with very dark results.

“Sergeant Robinson suffered s*xual, physical, and psychological trauma during the mission. The consequences of this trauma were a factor in his death, ”shows some of the research results.

The military said a full investigation was conducted and the punishment was issued in the form of a written reprimand for the supervisor who s*xually assaulted Morgan in Kuwait. It is not known if any action was taken against the soldiers in Afghanistan.

“I just didn’t understand how you could just sit there and look me in the eye and put it back,” said Debbie, referring to the military investigation report.

“If you were a commanding officer and you had children, what would you think if it had happened to your daughter or son?” What do you want to happen to them? Will they sit down and say “OK”? They too want justice to be done. ”

Debbie hopes her daughter’s story will change the way the military conducts assault investigations. She also wants the world to know that her daughter was “doing a job she loved” when she was repeatedly attacked.

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