Did Sergeant Major succeed in obstructing justice?

Mantilla, Karla
April 1998
Off Our Backs;Apr98, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the ruling in military trial of United States Army Sergeant Major, Gene C. McKinney, in which he was accused of 18 counts of sexual harassment. Ruling against McKinney; Punishment issued to McKinney; Information on some of the allegations against McKinney.


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