Convicted Serial Rapist Captain Christopher Lammens sentenced to 15 years in military prison

Captain Christopher Lammens of the United States Air Force was sentenced to 15 years in military prison and a total forfeiture of all pay and allowances after being convicted of multiple sexual offenses against young girls in at least two states.

The charges were brought while Lammens was stationed at Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta, Georgia, but some of his crimes were committed while he was stationed at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.

According to news reports

Captain Christopher Lammens was found guilty by a panel of officers of violating Article 120, rape, Article 120, carnal knowledge with a female over the age of 12 but under age 16, and Article 134, indecent acts with a female over the age of 12 but under age 16. He was acquitted of a charge of violation of Article 120, aggravated sexual contact.

It would appear by the charges he was convicted of that Christopher Lammens likes young girls.  Given the crimes were committed while he was stationed at two US Air Force bases one is left wondering how many victims there actually are.

It’s not like Lammens was 18 and his victims were 15… he is now 36 years old, so his penchant for little girls is, to say the least, disturbing.   On the bright side, he will be 50 years old by the time he leaves military prison so the kids are safe from him until then.

"The Air Force and Moody Air Force Base have a zero tolerance policy for sexual misconduct," said Col. Billy Thompson, commander of the 23d Wing at Moody Air Force Base. "We expect the highest personal and professional standards of our servicemen and women. When members do not meet those standards, the military justice system holds them accountable for their actions.”

While I have no doubt that Col. Thompson is sincere when he says the Air Force has a zero tolerance policy for sexual misconduct, one has to wonder why it took so long for Captain Christopher Lammens to be brought to justice and if he was transferred out of Randolph Air Force Base instead of being dealt with properly there.

2 thoughts on “Convicted Serial Rapist Captain Christopher Lammens sentenced to 15 years in military prison

  1. Two of his commanders at Moody were informed of Chris’s actions and one of them given emails between Chris and a 16 year old girl and hand written letters from his own mother. They were Lt. Col at the time and did nothing because in the state of Georgia 16 is the age of consent and it was brushed off and since then they both have been promoted to Col. According to the UCMJ Adultery is illegal and yet nothing was done. Instead the girl lives in his house rent free still to this day.

    I personally would call this “Hush Money” to keep her from testifying during the trial. On a good note the Prosecution did an outstanding job proving their case and fighting for the victim and getting justice for her finally so she can move on with her life and gain closure.

    I do like this article because you were the only one who went off script from the press release the military submitted.

    1. Could not thank you enough for the articles here. I am aware you spend a good deal of time and vitality writing them and hope you understand how much I appreciate it. I hope I could do something as good some time.

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