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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Brent Boller
Experts say a bat caught inside an Air Force basic training dormitory in South Texas has tested negative for rabies.
Military officials say the initial flirtations that Staff Sgt. Luis Walker directed at the women he trained at an Air Force base in Texas grew into something more sinister: threats and intimidation that eventually led to rape.
Military officials say the initial flirtations that Staff Sgt. Luis Walker directed at the women he trained at a Texas Air Force base grew into something more sinister — threats and intimidation that eventually led to rape.
Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland spokesman Brent Boller (BOHL'-er) said Wednesday that immunizations continue for more than 200 trainees who might have been exposed.
Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland spokesman Brent Boller told The Associated Press that records showed Alotaibi is currently stationed at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss. Boller said he could not immediately verify if Alotaibi had been at Lackland, but noted that international military students attend a Defense Language Institute English Language Center on the base to improve their English-language skills.