However, this rape case was covered-up and kept confidential, when Gen. General father to cooperate and protect his daughter:"Better one unreported and unvindicated rape than to shake the foundations of West Point. I never expected that the son of a bitch would be you."The General was court-martialed and found guilty for failing to report and concealing the West Point gang-rape. The film's ending title: "Today, nearly 200,000 women serve on active duty in the military services."Not to be confused with the romantic comedy The Girl Next Door (2004) with Elisha Cuthbert or the 1999 teen drama of the same name with Polly Shannon and Gary Busey, this porn documentary film from director Christine Fugate was about an adult-film star who was in the business for four years. Umm, you know, I'm very confident about my sexual capabilities."Writer/director Davide Ferrario's mainstream erotic biopic drama (in Italian without subtitles) about the porn industry (two years after Boogie Nights (1997)) was based on the life of Italian X-rated adult movie actress Moana Pozzi, who died of cancer at the age of 33.
To cast suspicion on a thousand soldiers who did not gang-rape a woman that night. The featured porn star was Stacy Valentine, an ex-housewife from Oklahoma named Stacy Baker who moved to Los Angeles and entered the skin-trade business in San Fernando Valley - after her husband suggested she submit nude pictures for men's magazine Gallery, and she won the contest as the magazine's "Girl Next Door" in July 1995. "I never really had anything that I was really good at. The film starred Italian mainstream actress Elisabetta Cavallotti as Nina who became involved in a romantic lesbian relationship with Cristiana (Stefania Orsola Garello) - the publicist/editor of a hard-core adult magazine.
Her clothes and dog-tag were found stashed in a plastic bag on a nearby rooftop.
Headlights were seen at the scene the night of the murder at am, am, and again at am.
All you have to do is convince your daughter that she, the academy, the Army, and the cause of equality would be best served if she just forgot about the whole thing."In the hospital, the General had coerced and urged his daughter to forget the incident: "It never happened. I f--ked you."In the conclusion, Brenner reprimanded General Campbell, who still claimed he had done nothing wrong: "Nothing is gained by my involvement." He was planning on further covering-up his participation in the entire incident. I envy those people that, like, play basketball all through high school and through college. It starred Kate Winslet as young, earthy Australian religious cultist Ruth Barron who had been to India where she was spiritually enlightened by a hypnotic cult guru named Baba (who renamed her Nazni).
None of this ever happened." When the General met with Brenner, he still believed that the rapists couldn't be caught, and that he had no other choice but to deny the rape. Brenner was steadfast as he confronted the General: "You really don't get it, do you? They had something that they were really good at and I just never, just never had that. Upon her return to Australia, she was forced to be deprogrammed over three days in a remote Halfway Hut in the outback by professional "number one exit counselor" P. Waters (Harvey Keitel) from Los Angeles - a misogynistic, rough-hewn, mustached man with dyed black hair.
Her rape was in the same manner she was found at the time of her death (held down with stakes in an isolated area) by men dressed in camouflage. I'm gonna have you court-martialed, General, under Article 32 for conspiracy to conceal a crime.