In this July, 24, 2013 photo released by the U.S. Navy Football team, Midshipmen Tre’ves Bush is shown. A hearing to determine if three Naval Academy midshipmen will face a court-martial could be nearing its end in the case of an classmante who allegedly was sexually assaulted. Navy investigators are set to testify, a week after the hearing opened, and defense attorneys hope to wrap up later in the day after commenting on the evidence. The alleged victim has testified she was drinking heavily at an off-campus party and has no memory of the alleged incidents. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy Football)
WASHINGTON (AP) — A female U.S. Naval Academy student was highly intoxicated on the night last year when she was allegedly sexually assaulted by three midshipmen, a military prosecutor said Tuesday night as he urged an officer to move forward with a court-martial of the men.
But defense attorneys said the woman lied repeatedly Login to read more