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Former navy recruit denied ptsd treatment by veterans affairs office because he’s “a non-suitable person” who’s “too frail, too overweight, too fat”.
An Australian Army recruit’s lawyer has been warned he could face being put on a dangerous mental health list by his new unit for the sexual assault that went ahead.
Former recruit Nick Boles claims he received a treatment centre treatment that was “horrific”, which included his partner and other sexual contacts.
The Navy’s head of counselling for the services, Brig Gen David Poynton, said a court review was required over the treatment of Mr Boles after he accused two of his comrades of sexual assault.
His attorney, Christopher Jackson QC, said “there is no proof” that his client was a “risky person” who received the treatment.
He also noted that another unnamed soldier had been “treated in similar circumstances” bySM 카지노 his client’s unit.
A spokesperson for the Department of Defence confirmed it had been investigating Mr Boles’ allegations.
The allegations have been referred to the Independent Military Commission Service Tribunal and their decision is expected by the end of the year.
In January Mr Boles won a High C포항출장샵ourt ruling that his discharge had been wrong.
After the tribunal verdict in January, Mr Boles had moved for an intervention order against the court-martialing, which was given to the Ministry of Defence.
“I’ve always been pretty close to the ministry because I worked with their service person and it was a very happy friendship between the two of us,” Mr Boles told The National newspaper.
In June the court also heard that his lawyer said Mr Boles had been told by the military that any further allegations would be “the last straw”.
“This is the last straw. That’s when the minister gets involved an블랙 잭d says, you know what? This guy’s got enough trouble, just get your life together before he gets another slap on the wrist.”
A statement from the ministry of defence acknowledged that “in certain circumstances treatment of some participants in the military justice system may not be appropriate.
“However, this decision has been made in consultation with the tribunal and does not reflect official policy, and is not reflected in the Defence Force’s legal guidance.”
A spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence said there was no requirement to treat a person on a dangerous mental health assessment.
A spokesperson added that the tribunal had found that Mr Boles had been in receipt of an “extensiv