Cadet found guilty in Skype scandal allegedly involved in another ADFA drama Numerous cadets, including McDonald, have been suspended over the allegations, and Sergeant Crocker said the matter was investigated by the Australian Defence Force Investigative Service, before being referred back to ADFA.
Earlier in the sentencing proceedings, the female cadet at the centre of the Skype case read out an emotional victim impact statement, while sitting just metres away from McDonald and Deblaquiere. She said she had been referred to as "that Skype slut" by other defence force members and spoke of being harassed at every military base she went to after the scandal. The woman spoke directly to McDonald and discount oakley sunglasses outlet Deblaquiere, telling them they had shattered her whole world. She spoke of her shock, embarrassment, and "pure fear" when she learnt that her sexual encounter with McDonald had been filmed and streamed to others. "That night. you stole my dignity, my self worth, and my self respect," she said. The victim spoke of the aftermath of the incident, saying that unlike the two men, she had not received support from her peers. The two men had defended their actions in a trial in August, saying the female cadet had known she was being filmed. But she rejected that on Monday. "You said that I knew. that I wanted it to happen," she said. "I did not think it was OK, I did not think it was cool." She told Deblaquiere that his actions in watching the video from another room were "beyond repulsive". "You reduced me to oakley warden nothing more than an animal," she said. The victim spoke of sinking into a deep depression in the months after the scandal. She said she turned to alcohol, began to cry uncontrollably, and suffered night terrors. "I was alive, but I was not living," she said. "I was barely even existing." Defence barrister James Glissan, QC, urged the court not to hand down a sentence of imprisonment to the pair, saying there was no need to deter other members of the community from committing oakley eye frames similar crimes, or to personally deter McDonald and Deblaquiere. Mr Glissan oakley prescription eyewear said the extensive media coverage of the case had already shown the consequences of their actions to the broader public, thereby creating a general deterrence. He said the pair both of whom were young, had clean criminal records and were described as being of otherwise good character were also unlikely to re offend.
But Crown prosecutor Kylie Weston Scheuber said the two cadets had shown little remorse, as they continued to deny acts that a jury had found them guilty of. Ms Weston Scheuber said they had not offered any explanation for why they filmed and streamed the intercourse. She said their lack of explanation raised questions about whether they had addressed the underlying causes of their behaviour, something that may give rise to further offending.
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