U.S. Army soldier has been charged in connection to a 14-month investigation at Walter Reed Medical Center.
Alonza Parker, a U.S. Army soldier, is facing a court martial over a gay sex tape he recorded while working at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, after his ex-boyfriend William Beltz brought the tapes to the attention of the Army.
The new development occurred a few minutes after ABC7 aired a story revealing an investigation into the soldier over accusations, he videotaped himself having sex inside the hospital.
The Army has confirmed E-4 Specialist Alonza Parker has been charged with indecent visual recording, violation of a military protective order and conduct of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces.
The next step in the process is a court martial unless the Army grants a possible request for a dishonorable discharge.
Walter Reed Hospital treats our most severely wounded soldiers and it’s one of the most respected medical institutions in the world.
It’s also where 26-year old E4 Specialist Alonza Parker has been employed and where we learned Special Agents with the U.S. Army have been conducting the investigation into claims a solider video-taped sex acts inside Walter Reed.
*pics of Parker having sex with men in the bathrooms of Walter Reed*
A year ago, William Beltz approached the Army and 7 On Your Side with sex tapes he claims he discovered on a computer he shared with Parker.
“He was my boyfriend at the time. For two-and-a-half years,” William Beltz.
Details of Parker’s sexual exploits:
More evidence of sexual/domestic abuse!
More sordid details and explicit video seen HERE!
Here is the U.S. Army’s Office of the Surgeon General’s full statement:
“Upon learning of these allegations Special Agents from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command opened a criminal investigation and the Soldier was removed from his position and barred from the hospital. The Soldier’s commander determined that sufficient evidence exists to warrant the preferral of charges under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. To preserve the integrity of the process under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, we cannot comment further on this case.”
COL Tracy Michael