In a new development in an alleged sexual assault case at the U.S. Naval Academy, a Navy official tells CNN that the school's Superintendent, Vice Admiral Michael Miller, has ordered an Article 32 proceeding. Evidence will be presented at a hearing to a military legal officer who will determine if a court-martial is warranted.
A female midshipman claims three football players at the school raped her at an off-campus party in 2012 while she was heavily intoxicated. The woman, who was 20 at the time, chose not to be examined with a rape kit and didn't report the alleged crimes to authorities for eight months because she feared the backlash could turn violent. She was terrified of coming forward because, she says, she saw how other victims were treated.
In an interview with Anderson Cooper, she agreed to tell her story as long as we hid her identity. She speaks out about the culture at the school, and why she says what happened after the alleged attack was like "living a nightmare every single day."
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