ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The U.S. Naval Academy superintendent says two of three midshipmen should face a court-martial in a sexual assault case.
Vice Adm. Michael Miller on Thursday said he has referred the cases of Midshipmen Eric Graham and Joshua Tate to general court-martial. He decided not to refer Midshipman Tra'ves Bush.
The case of the former football players has drawn attention at a time when the White House, Congress and Pentagon are focusing on sexual assaults in the military.
The case stems from an alcohol-fueled April 2012 party at an off-campus house.
The alleged victim is a fellow midshipman who was drinking and has said she doesn't remember having sex that night. She said she heard about the allegations after the party from others.