The lieutenant's position opened up in April 2016, but the department waited until October to schedule the promotional examination, "at a time that coincided with Szydlo's eligibility to take the exam," Shubert said in a sworn complaint June 7 to the state Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
That scheduling, along with Szydlo's promotion "and the decision not to promote me, were all within the time frame that ...
Most of the Marines who have been punished have avoided a court-martial.
Twenty-three received an adverse administrative action, typically a letter of reprimand in their official record, and seven have received some form of non-judicial punishment, which can include a reduction in rank or temporary dock in pay, Pedden said.
The Guerrilla Girls is a group of women artists and arts professionals who fight discrimination.
Despite this, nudes by foreign artists were keenly collected by the court circle, and this painting was hung in the houses of Spanish courtiers until 1813, when it was brought to England to hang in Rokeby Park, Yorkshire.
In 1906, the painting was purchased by National Art Collections Fund for the National Gallery, London.
MARINE CORPS WASHINGTON — The Marine Corps has fired two commanders for problems within their units related to the treatment of women as the service continues to investigate dozens of Marines involved in a nude photo-sharing scandal, service leaders said Tuesday. He declined to name the commanders who had been dismissed.
Iain Pedden, leader of the Marine Corps’ military justice branch.