Ben Klay

Ben Klay is the husband of Ariana Klay, one of the victims portrayed in The Silent War, a documentary directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Amy Ziering and Tanner King Barklow.  His statement before the Senate Armed Services Committee in March 2013 provides an eloquent summation of the crisis in military justice and outlines reforms to bring independence to military procedures in such cases.    


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Rape in the Military: Ben Klay’s Testimony
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