Do you think it’s worth it for the court to spend money on sexual assault allegations that happened on enemy territory?

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Sexual assault happens all the time to women in the military, especially when on enemy territory. The court usually doesn’t even waste money on the cases for a couple reasons:
1. No ones going to go back to the site to investigate
2. Soldiers often aren’t in the right frame of mind when on a mission that could get them killed, so many soldiers snap and do things they wouldn’t normally do.

Even the UN barley recognizes such cases as worth dealing with. There stance is that it is inevitable and not much can be done, and that who knows what you would do if you were in the soldiers position, risking your life.
Some people think that women should expect bad things to happen while on a mission, so they don’t enforce penalization very often.
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