Army rules on dating minors
(ii) Process nonsupport complaints, child custody complaints, and paternity claims per this regulation.
“After several hours to several days of texting, the subject will either send unsolicited nude images of a female to the victim and/or agree to trade sexually explicit images with the victim.” But shortly after swapping nude photos with Andy Dufresne, “Red” and “the sisters,” the unsuspecting soldier would allegedly receive a text from another phone number belonging to a completely different prisoner who would then pose as the fictional girl’s father.Once the soldiers wire the cash, a runner, who authorities have since identified as the operation’s “money mule,” receives the transfer and deposits the funds into a JPay account, a payment processing system used by inmates.JPay also oversees distribution of South Carolina’s costly prison tablet services, the report said, so the inmates can directly apply the “sextorted” money to funding the online scheme from inside the prison’s walls.These laws may also apply against soldiers under article 134, UCMJ, and Assimilative Crimes Act, section 13, title 18, United States Code (18 U. (C) Administrative separation from the service (AR 635-100 or AR 635-200). (x) After coordination with the SJA and appropriate command representatives, and under applicable State, Federal, and host country laws, take remedial steps to assist in the following: (A) Elimination of continuing violations of court orders and this regulation on child custody.(B) Return of such children to the parent or guardian entitled to custody.
SUMMARY: This rule gives the Department of the Army's support, custody, and paternity policies and information on garnishment and involuntary allotments for payment of support under a court order. It provides a listing of administrative and punitive actions that may be taken against an Army soldier for failure to comply with the requirements of Army Regulation 608-99. Army Regulation 608-99 applies to the Regular Army, the U. Army Reserve (USAR) on active duty, active duty for training, or official active duty for training (30 days or more duration), and the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS) on active duty, active duty for training, or special active duty for training under title 10, U. Also, point out actions taken or contemplated to correct instances of nonsupport of family members or continuing violations of court orders.