You told military leaders to hold Giddings accountable
Over 1,100 Idaho 97 supporters wrote thousands of letters to Air Force leadership between May 17-June 21, 2021, demanding that they hold Rep. Priscilla Giddings accountable for conduct unbecoming.
Here's what you told them:
It is heartbreaking to me that U.S. Air Force Major Major Priscilla Giddings, an Idaho state legislator from District 7, member of the Air Force Reserves and Academy recruiter, used her legislative email address and server to publicly identify and humiliate a 19-year-old legislative intern who reported sexual assault. With the recent murder of Vanessa Guillen, an Army specialist who was sexually assaulted and murdered at Fort Hood, Texas, and the media spotlight on investigations into military leaders’ abilities to conduct proper and fair sexual assault allegations across all branches and bases, Major Giddings’ recent conduct is very distressing.
I join the Idaho Female Veterans Network in calling on you to take the following actions:
The Air Force needs to exercise its zero tolerance policy against this so-called “leader,” Major Giddings.
The Air Force must re-open and review any sexual assault claim or report where Major Giddings was even remotely a part of the investigation. This should include re-opening any cases where anyone in Giddings’ chain of command or anyone in any of her units were investigated for a sexual assault allegation, provided that this aligns with the wishes of the survivor.
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) charges should be brought against her for actions unbecoming of an officer.
Investigate Giddings' ties to anti-government extremist groups and leaders.