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- Don't ask, don't log on. Gallagher, John // Advocate;03/03/98, Issue 754, p35
Discusses the administrative action taken by the United States Navy against its senior chief petty officer Timothy McVeigh on suspicion of being a gay. Verdict of the US district court judge Stanley Sporkin on the case; Implication of the judge's verdict; Reaction of gay and lesbian...
- McVeigh settles with Navy, AOL. // Advocate;07/21/98, Issue 764, p15
Reports on the settlement of the case filed by former Navy officer Timothy R. McVeigh against the US Navy and America Online (AOL) concerning the issue of homosexuals in the military. Allowance of McVeigh to retire from the military with full benefits; Agreement of AOL to pay McVeigh...
- MIlitary alert. Stanglin, Douglas T.; Walsh, Kenneth T.; Newman, Richard J.; Hetter, Katia // U.S. News & World Report;01/19/98, Vol. 124 Issue 2, p16
Discusses the case against US Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Timothy R. McVeigh that resulted in his honorable discharge from the service because he was gay. The use of the word gay in his personal profile with the online service America Online.
- News bytes. Russell, Katharine // Lesbian News;Mar98, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p14
Presents brief information as it relates to lesbianism in the United States. Information on the Maine gay rights law; Why the Navy was made to reinstate Timothy McVeigh; Details on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act; Performance of gay and lesbian actors in movies.
- Cybersurfers: Beware of being out on the net. Russell, Katherine // Lesbian News;Feb98, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p14
Reports on an incident involving Tim McVeigh, a sailor in the United States Navy, who was honorably discharged under the `Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy, after his American Online (AOL) screen profile of his hobbies, which included boy watching and collecting pictures of other young studs, was...
- AOL settles with sailor, shareholders. Haar, Steven Vonder // Inter@ctive Week;06/15/98, Vol. 5 Issue 23, p9
Discusses the settlement reached by America Online Incorporated (AOL) in a case brought against it by United States Navy sailor Timothy McVeigh, in which McVeigh claimed that his privacy rights were violated. Details on the circumstances surrounding the case; Problems McVeigh faced as a result...
- JUDGE REFUSES NAVY. Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate;5/31/78, Issue 242, p11
Reports on the dismissal of the lawsuit Martinez vs. Brown, in which Martinez, a sailor in the U.S. Navy was discharged for being a gay as of May 31, 1978. Reason for the government's move to dismiss the case; Overview of the proceedings of the case.
- INSULT TO INJURY. // Advocate;7/30/92, Issue 608, p10
Reports on the letter of recruitment from the United States Naval Reserve received by parents of gay sailor, Clayton M. Hartwig, who was killed during an explosion aboard the battleship, Iowa. Navy's allegation that Hartwig was the caused of the explosion; Failure of the Navy to issue an...
- COURT STOPS NAVY FROM DISCHARGING. Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate;1/11/78, Issue 232, p13
Focuses on a preliminary injunction passed by U.S. District Court Judge Cecil F. Poole to stop the Navy from discharging a sailor accused of being a gay as of January 11, 1978. Basis of the ruling by the court; Date on which hearing for permanent injunction will be held.