This guy would certainly be afforded protection if he was a Catholic priest, even promotions and transfers.
The officer in charge of sexual assault prevention programs for the Air Force was arrested early Sunday and charged with sexual battery, the Arlington County, Va., Police Department said on Monday.
The police said the officer, Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski, 41, approached a woman in a parking lot in Crystal City, near the Pentagon, just after midnight and grabbed her breasts and buttocks before she fended him off and called 911. Colonel Krusinski, who the police said did not know the woman, was arrested near the parking lot shortly after.
Colonel Krusinski was released on $5,000 bail on Sunday. A booking photo released after his arrest showed him with facial cuts, but a police department spokesman said those wounds had not been sustained during his arrest.
An Air Force spokeswoman, Lt. Col. Laurel Tingley, said Colonel Krusinski had been removed from his job as chief of the sexual assault prevention and response branch. He had been in the job for about two months.