30 Domestic Abuse Cases in the Military That Ended in the Murder of Female Partners (2017)


Graphic Courtesy of Futures Without Violence (2017)

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US NavyKillings hushed up say stunned workers

THE shootings stunned servicemen and women at the base, as well as people living and working in the surrounding area.

One US Navy sailor said the Naval Support Activity base was shrouded in secrecy following the incident.

“They are keeping it quiet, I didn’t know there were three people involved,” said the sailor, who did not want to be named.

“I would like to know where did they get the guns, because only Marines and a few others are allowed them.”

“We can’t say anything because the military are very strict and we don’t want to lose our jobs.

http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=197589 (10/23)

US Navy Sailor Anamarie Camacho Shot and Killed in Bahrain by Clarence Jackson (2007)

Honoring MASN Anamarie Camacho @USNavy (2007)

MASN Anamarie Camacho, 20, US Navy, was murdered by a fellow sailor Clarence Jackson on October 22, 2007 in Bahrain. Her death was ruled a homicide and she was one of two killed during the incident. Navy sailor Genesia Gresham, who was said to be in a casual relationship with Jackson, was also killed. After Jackson shot and killed the two female sailors, he then shot himself in the head but lived. Jackson did not face charges because it was determined by a medical board that he was unfit for duty.

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