A dedicated Army National Guard soldier who served overseas took her own life after she was repeatedly subject to sexual assault, her superiors reportedly turning a blind eye despite her reporting the crimes.
Staff Sgt. Morgan Robinson died by suicide in 2018 at the age of 29. Two years earlier, she was sexually assaulted while stationed in Kuwait in 2016. Four months before her death, she was also gang-raped by her supposed comrades in Afghanistan.
And now, the young officer’s mother Debbie Robinson is speaking out about what she sees as an absolute lack of accountability and failure to pursue justice for the horrible ordeal her daughter suffered.
That failure to halt the torturous abuse her daughter faced ultimately robbed her of her life, Debbie contends.
Part one of our @CBSNews investigation on sexual assault in the military.
We spoke with the parents of a soldier who says the military failed their daughter after she was sexually assaulted while serving abroad, and that those failures ultimately led to her death. pic.twitter.com/tt53QUCQFZ
— Norah O'Donnell 🇺🇸 (@NorahODonnell) November 17, 2020
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