Military police commander suspected of sexual harassment

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December 17, 2010 13:06

 
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The IDF on Friday said it is investigating a lieutenant colonel who serves as comannder of a military police base on suspicion of sexual harassment.

The suspected officer allegedly sexually harassed a female officer under his command during an inspection.

He went on vacation leave this week.

The incident was revealed on Friday but occurred several weeks ago when the base the officer was commanding over was reviewed by the Chief Advisor to the Chief of General Staff on Women's Affairs.

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