Army Soldiers Jamal Williams-McCray and Charles Robinson Charged with the Murder of Shadow McClaine Reported Missing September 2nd at Fort Campbell, Kentucky (2016)


Pfc. Shadow McClaine, US Army

Crime Watch Daily spoke with the parents of missing Army soldier Shadow McClaine. Shadow disappeared from Fort Campbell, Kentucky on September 2, 2016. Shadow’s parents are concerned her life may have been in danger prior to her disappearance. They shared that someone cut her vehicle break lines on base and Shadow posted a picture of it on social media. They also said she reported the incident to her Chain of Command but was dismissed. Army Criminal Investigation Division (CID) reports that two soldiers are being held as person of interests and the case is currently under investigation. On November 29, 2016, Sgt. Jamal Williams-McCray and Spc. Charles Robinson were charged with conspiracy, premeditated murder, and kidnapping under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Learn more: FIND SHADOW MCCLAINE

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Private First Class Soldier Shadow McClaine has mysteriously gone missing and theories are swirling on what happened to her and why. Now, new details could help them. -Crime Watch Daily

Army Reserves Veteran Micah Johnson Responsible for Police Officer Shootings in Dallas, Texas (2016)


Micah Johnson, US Army Reserves

Micah Johnson, a US Army Reserves veteran, is accused of gunning down and murdering five Dallas police officers during a Black Lives Matter Event on July 8, 2016. This is considered one of the deadliest attacks on police officers since September 11, 2001. He was eventually killed in a stand off with police. In recent media reports we learned that Micah Johnson deployed to Afghanistan from November 2013 to July 2014. He was accused of sexual harassment while deployed to Afghanistan in May 2014. He was accused of stalking and stealing women’s underwear as well. The victim sought a protection order and told superiors he needed mental health treatment. The protection order was granted and the Commanding officer recommended an Other Than Honorable discharge and sent him home early from his deployment to Afghanistan. Johnson’s military attorney stated that this kind of punishment is unusual for an isolated incident of sexual harassment. As part of a tentative agreement, it was recommended that Johnson receive a general discharge which saves the Army time and resources needed to discharge soldiers under Other Than Honorable conditions. Instead he was eventually released from the Army with a honorable discharge in April 2015.

As a result of his actions while serving, he was not investigated and prosecuted but instead sent back home from overseas and discharged from the US Army Reserves honorably. Although we have limited information in which to base conclusions, at first glance this looks like a case of escalation of predatory behavior that starts with sexual harassment, progresses to stalking, then the individual gets brazen and starts breaking and entering to steal his victims belongings. It would only be a matter of time before the individual escalated to sexual assault, rape and then murder. It’s too early to make a definitive conclusion as we are still waiting for information to come in because this story is developing. But one thing we do know is that the US Army Reserves took the easy way out, booted Micah Johnson from the military to protect it’s service members, and unleashed him on society with no warning or records. This case is another reason why we need the military to investigate and process each and every case through the legal system so we at least have a fighting chance at prevention and escalation of crimes. If the military can’t handle or afford to investigate and prosecute each case to determine the soldier’s danger to society, then maybe they should hand over the investigation and prosecution of crimes to the civilians. This isn’t the first case they let slip through the cracks and it certainly won’t be the last.

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Sexual assault in U.S. military reflects culture of bullying

Stop the Bully

ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 19 (UPI) — The acceptance of bullying in U.S. culture contributes to sexual assault in the armed forces, experts say.

Mary Ellen O’Toole, editor-in-chief of Violence and Gender and retired FBI profiler and criminal investigator analyst led a roundtable discussion with Christopher Kilmartin of the U.S. Air Force Academy and Col. Jeffery Peterson of Center for Naval Analyses in Alexandria, Va., discussed specific factors that likely contribute to the sexual assault problem.

“The evidence is that the population of people who come into the U.S. military have more experience with sexual assault than the general population, both as offenders and as survivors. Survivors are at statistically increased risk of being revictimized, and offenders are at an increased risk for reoffending,” Kilmartin said at the roundtable.

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What Are the Impacts of Stalking or Cyberstalking on a Veteran with PTSD: The Take Down


When I was serving in the military I learned that the art of ‘the take down’ was perfected. I witnessed it at every base I was stationed at and I was the odd man out because I confronted them about it. The first take down occurred after I reported sexual assaults to my Commander. My peers and Chain of Command engaged in a campaign of retaliation in an effort to push me out. The second take down occurred when I started holding others accountable for gender discrimination, harassment, and abuse; more retaliation because I was one of those girls who reported and thought she could do a job in maintenance, a man’s job.

The third take down occurred after I was backed into a corner by a Senior NCO with his finger in my face during an Operational Readiness Exercise. Instead of punching him in the face because he triggered my fight or flight response, I instead walked away and gave in to how the PTSD was out of my control if threatened in any way.  How could it not? After years of belittling treatment by supervisors and other leaders, of course one is going to begin believing that something is wrong with them and the confidence is going to be impacted. It greatly affects your self-esteem to give something everything you got only to have them ignore the whole person concept in an effort to get rid of you. It’s a coordinated effort by a gang of people determined to break your will.

What happens when they break your will? After they break your will, you are constantly looking for a way to escape the way they are making you feel. To some of us the only way to escape is suicide or AWOL. We cannot leave that particular organization without the permission of the Commander. If the Commander is part of the problem, you have no choice but to suck up whatever they dole out. I think feeling trapped under the leadership of those who you do not trust is contributing greatly to the PTSD, depression, anxiety, and drinking prevalent among our servicemembers.  When you start drinking to self-medicate your symptoms, it only seems to make things worse. But it is understandable why so many turn to alcohol in the military because if they want, military leadership can use getting help and taking medications against you in an effort to end your career.

The take down in the military is in and of itself a form of harassment, bullying, and stalking. Once they have you in their target, you can do no right and anything you did do right doesn’t matter one iota.  The whole person concept goes out the door.  It appears that you are safe when you are an airman (except in Basic & Technical Training) because you are in training but once you become an NCO or a leader, everything you do it magnified. No matter how hard I worked, how many people I trained, or how loyal and dedicated I was, it didn’t matter after they decided that I had to go. I was forced out of by these gangs at each squadron I was stationed at. I find it interesting that I should go through the same treatment at all three bases I was stationed at.

In the end, I had no control over the situation. I just had to suck up what they were doling out regardless of justice or rights or ethics. It didn’t matter what I thought. There were at least three other people in my Chain of Command that could easily tag team and do whatever they wanted. I had no where to turn. The first time I turned to my Commander and the squadron retaliated against me for reporting the violent crimes. The second time I called them out on discriminatory practices, and they proceeded to present me with paperwork that only strengthened my case. The final place I worked, after they found out that I was a victim of military sexual assault and had been diagnosed with PTSD, they swiftly began a campaign to end my career. Why? I was seeking treatment for military sexual trauma and was taking a small dosage of Prozac temporarily.

Since getting into advocacy, I have been targeted by cyberbullies and cyberstalkers. It began in June 2013 and is still happening to this day. It triggered my PTSD because it felt like the same kind of take down I experienced while serving at all three squadrons. It didn’t matter how good a job I did, someone decided that they didn’t like me and I then had no control over the situation. Everything was fine one day then all of a sudden because I had the nerve to hold them accountable, I had to go. It’s not supposed to work like that. How does that benefit the person or the taxpayer in any way? If you have a horrible leader in charge of 200 good soldiers and they decide they don’t want to deal with you any longer, all they have to do is initiate a campaign looking for the negative that conveniently outweighs all the years of good work. It happens all the time. We have no where to turn to hold these leaders accountable. So our lives hang in the balance while we wait for them to make their decisions.

Just like cyberstalking on the internet, there is not a whole lot you can do about it until your life has been threatened. In my case, I think the campaign was successful at pushing me to kill myself. I had thoughts of dying to escape what the cyberstalkers were saying and doing to me but God wants me here for some reason. Until he wants me to go, I am trying to honor his desires for me and my future. He knows that I have a good heart, care about others, and want those who are not kind to be held accountable for their behavior. We are not asking for much here. All of these people have demonstrated a pattern of escalation of their behavior because they have not been held accountable.

Was it in the best interest of the Air Force for me to leave my position. Oh hell no. I had 14 years when they initiated medical discharge. I was eligible for E-7 and their decision to push me out the door may have benefited my health in the end but it definitely didn’t benefit the taxpayer in the least bit. I was planning on staying for as long as they would have me. I was striving for Chief. But this is not possible as long as you have people in charge who have the power to make career ending decisions. It’s as if they are just looking for the excuse to get rid of you while you watch new younger airman walk through the door.  I tried to be absolutely perfect so they never had any dirt on me. It didn’t matter, they would just make something up. Every single person should be held accountable for their actions in the military and on-line. They must be held accountable for the reckless damage they cause to the person they intend to take down.


Notice to Defame and Libel Veteran Advocate* by Colleen Bushnell

*For those who are not educated in legal recourse, when one gives a notice to cease & desist it comes from a lawyer and includes specific examples of how said person is behaving. Notice that Colleen has provided zero examples of said activity because there weren’t any. This behavior fits in with the modus operandi of someone who would also falsely accuse her ex-husband’s parents of sexually abusing her children in an effort to maintain custody.

Notice to Cease and Desist

Ms. Jennifer Norris aka Ms Jennifer ______

working on behalf of the



July 23, 2013

By Certified Mail (Physical address confidential for online communication)
By Email:
CC By Email:

Ms. Jennifer Norris aka Ms. Jennifer ________ (maiden name)

(Physical address confidential)

Dear Ms. Norris:

If you are represented by legal counsel, please direct this letter to your attorney immediately and have your attorney notify me of such representation.

You are hereby directed to


Colleen A. Bushnell is an educated, respected professional in the community. She has spent years serving the community in her profession and building a positive reputation. Colleen A. Bushnell has learned that you have engaged in spreading false, destructive, and defamatory rumors about her.

Under Arizona Law, it is unlawful to engage in defamation of another’s character and reputation.  Defamation consists of (1)  a statement that tends to injure reputation; (2) communicated to another; and (3) that the speaker knew or should have known was false.

Your defamatory statements involved Ms. Bushnell’s work as a grass roots, voluntary advocate for legislative reform regarding instances of military sexual trauma in the U.S. military.

Accordingly, we demand that you (A) immediately cease and desist your unlawful defamation of Colleen A. Bushnell and (B) provide prompt written assurance within ten (10) days that you will cease and desist from further defamation of my, Colleen A. Bushnell’s character and reputation.

If you do not comply with this cease and desist demand within this time period, I, Colleen A. Bushnell, am entitled to seek monetary damages and equitable relief for your defamation. In the event you fail to meet this demand, please be advised that I, Colleen A. Bushnell has retained legal counsel, and will pursue all available legal remedies, including seeking monetary damages, injunctive relief, and an order that you pay court costs and attorney’s fees.  Your liability and exposure under such legal action could be considerable.

Before taking these steps, however, I wish to give you one opportunity to discontinue your illegal conduct by complying with this demand within ten (10) days.  Accordingly, please sign and return the attached Defamation Settlement Agreement within ten (10) days to Colleen A. Bushnell (physical address confidential for online commmunication).

I recommend that you consult with an attorney regarding this matter.  If you or your attorney have any questions, please contact me directly.


Ms. Colleen A. Bushnell

CC: Panayiota Bertzikis, Director, Founder, MRCC

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quit stalking meQuit Stalking Me: Website Dedicated to Stopping Cyberstalking

There are millions of websites out there, and everyday more and more people are utilizing the internet for their benefit. When I became the victim of an internet crime by an anonymous cyberstalker, I was horrified. How could a technology so great (like the internet) backfire and hurt me? All my life I saw it as a positive thing: expanding my career, my expertise, knowledge, connecting people together, bringing things to my finger tips. For weeks I did not know what to do, or where to look for help. I became a paranoid, sick person who wanted the entire vast and wide internet to disappear as quickly as the click of a button.

It was difficult enough that the person did not have to be physically in my house, yet their anonymous presence was overbearing and overpowering my every single thought. But because I was knowledgeable enough in the Internet and how it worked, I was able to take my life back, slowly but surely, I told myself, I would not rest until I find this cyberstalker and confront them. Afterall, I am sure they had been dying to see me in real life.

As it turns out, the cyberstalker was someone who was actually a person who I had a casual working relationship with in the past. I actually thought this person was harmless, nice, intelligent, and did not think twice that it could be the person cyberlessly stalking me! What goes on in peoples minds, is scarey and mysterious. How could I ever trust again? But I realize that, all the signs had been there all along, perhaps it took a lot more for me to see it, and realize that. Soon all the things started coming together the more I thought about it, the person’s words, subtle actions –my subtleness in telling people where I was at, what I was doing, who I was hanging out with last weekend, who I was talking to, even what I was eating, what restaurant. It was as subtle as changing my status on Facebook, or Myspace. Although I made sure only my ‘friends’ were able to see my information and profile and private photographs, I was naive to think that anyone who requested to be my friend would actually want to ‘be my friend’ and post me nice comments on my profile page!

In an effort to help others who encounter the similar experiences with cyberstalking, or perhaps to prevent cyberstalking in the future, this website was created as an aid to guide others on dealing with cyberstalking, tracking a cyberstalker’s activity, preventing a cyberstalker from doing more harm, whether emotionally, mentally or physically; and to empower people to use technology to their advantage for the betterment of humankind.

If you need help with your a cyber stalking problem, click here to learn more. We will get you the help that you need.

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Facebook privacy: Users should check these settings as new changes roll out

What’s disappearing? The social network announced in December that it was retiring the option for users to control whether they show up when others type their name into the search bar, but said Thursday that it would finally be notifying those who use it that the setting will be removed.

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Navy Sailor Vegas Bray Sentenced to 50 Years in Prison for Stalking & Killing Ex-Boyfriend & Navy Veteran Victor Saucedo (2012)


Victor Saucedo, US Navy Veteran

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Cold Case: Army Veteran Kanika Powell Shot Several Times at the Doorway of her Maryland Home, No Known Suspects At This Time (2008)


Kanika Powell, US Army veteran

Army veteran Kanika Powell, 28, was brutally gunned down outside the door of her home on August 28, 2008 in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Kanika enlisted in the Army in 2000, served in Korea, and then got out of the military and was finally living her dream job in national security. Kanika had a top secret security clearance. Prior to the murder, Kanika had some odd encounters. Two men showed up at her house claiming to be the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). They called her by name and put a fake FBI badge up to her peephole. She did not open the door. She called her work to ask if someone sent them; they had not. The incident frightened Tanika.

Five days later another man showed up at her house, asked for her by name, claimed to have a package for her then left. Twelve hours later someone else showed up again claiming to have a package for her then left. Tanika was fearful for her safety. A few days later Kanika was shot several times. The gunman was standing right outside her door waiting for her. The police report that no hand gun was found and there are no known suspects at this time. The case has turned up few leads. Kanika’s wallet and keys were found next to her body so robbery was ruled out as a motive. The police do not believe her job was the motive. The police and Crime Watch Daily welcome tips.

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Kanika Powell’s mother, Judy Forrest, is searching for answers. Michelle Sigona reports. -Crime Watch Daily #WeAreWatching

Army Staff Sgt Paul Norris Shot Spc Kamisha Block Five Times in Iraq, Then Killed Self (2007)

Kamisha Block

Spc. Kamisha Block, US Army

Spc. Kamisha Block, 20, US Army, died of a non combat related incident in Baghdad, Iraq on August 16, 2007. Spc. Block was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom on behalf of the 401st Military Police Company, 720th Military Police Battalion, 89th Military Police Brigade in Fort Hood, Texas. The Department of Defense announced at the time of the press release that the circumstances surrounding the incident were under investigation. Media reports indicate that Kamisha died of gunshot wounds after she was shot in the shoulder, chest, and head area five times by a fellow Army soldier, Staff Sg. Paul Norris. Norris then turned the gun on himself putting a single bullet into the right side of his head. Medics found Norris dead at the scene and Kamisha with a sucking chest wound. Kamisha Block was pronounced dead a few minutes later at Camp Liberty Troop Medical Clinic. The family claims there was no serious relationship with Norris yet he became possessive and began abusing her. They believe she was not protected by the Army.

“She spent a year in Korea, and then returned for a few months to Fort Hood before she left for Iraq in 2007. While in Texas she began a relationship with Staff Sgt. Brandon Norris, her parents said, a man in the same battalion. Although the Blocks never believed Norris and Kamisha Block had a serious relationship, Norris became attached and possessive of her, Army investigators told the family. Before they left Fort Hood for Iraq, Norris physically assaulted Kamisha Block, her family learned through later Army reports. He was disciplined and received counseling, but he did not lose his jealous nature.” ~Home of the Brave

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