Civil Air Patrol State Senator Accused of Rape

Washington Senator Joe Fain Civil Air Patrol

by CarollMay | AuxBeacon News Reader

[Editor’s Note: We received this information a few days ago through both comment and contact form. As sufficient evidence is provided to support this story we are releasing it as provided.]

I am an active member of Washington Wing Civil Air Patrol and I would like to thumb my nose at new Civil Air Patrol regulations and policies and especially at WAWG commanders Shelly Norman and Ken Butler by giving you this story.

A few days after the Kavanaugh Kerfuffle, Seattle resident Candace Faber tweeted that state senator Joseph Fain, a Civil Air Patrol advocate and assumed legislative squadron member, raped her in 2007 in a Washington, D.C., hotel room on the night she received her master’s degree. Faber has said there are witnesses who would corroborate her whereabouts that night, and that she has evidence that she was in Fain’s hotel room that night.


you raped me the night I graduated from Georgetown in 2007. Then you had the audacity to ask me to support your campaign. I’ve been terrified of running into you since moving home and seeing your name everywhere. I’m done being silent.”

Tweet Accusing Washington State Senator Joe Fain

Fain denied the allegations and called for an investigation into the claims and Governor Jay Inslee responded to the claims, stating, “this is a very serious allegation that unquestionably deserves a full investigation by law enforcement officials.”

I agree with many of those writing in to AuxBeacon that Civil Air Patrol is being used as a tool in rural areas to brainwash, groom and desensitize young people toward backward beliefs, and economic and social policies that are unhealthy for our nation. Rural chieftains support anti-journalism, racism and antisemitism in order to frighten those who are attempting to reveal this.

If you release this story, I will provide you with more details on what I have encountered in Civil Air Patrol.

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8 Comments on "Civil Air Patrol State Senator Accused of Rape"

  1. With sexual abuse rampant, the CAP is on a similar trend with the Boy Scouts. Membership decline, lawsuits, scandals, cover ups, abuse, you name it. However, unlike the BSA, the USAF primarily foots the bill for CAP’s litigation. Your tax payer money down the drain with Heather Wilson giving them the nod.

    Speaking of Wilson, she has become a “Debby James” clone. She would be a much better leader if she focused on oversight, accountability and cleaning up the entire Air Force and its Auxiliary. She has done nearly nothing in these important areas. This would resolve the pilot shortage problem. Instead, she is throwing our hard earned money at the problem with little resolve.

    The Mormons wised up and terminated its association with the BSA. The Air force should follow suit with the CAP. The CAP is the black eye of the USAF.


    “Boy Scouts Considering Bankruptcy After Abuse Lawsuits, Years of LGBT Appeasement”

    December 14, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – As memberships continue to decline and sexual abuse lawsuit costs continue to mount, the embattled Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is considering filing for bankruptcy.

    Pro-family observers suspect the organization’s increasing overtures to left-wing activists on LGBT policy and gender exclusivity have been central to the Boy Scouts’ woes. Long hated by secular and homosexual activists for holding firm to its Christian and male-only identity, the BSA finally began compromising on its long-held values a few years ago.

    The Boy Scouts of America “destroyed its brand,” Rod Dreher observed at The American Conservative. “It is certainly not the case that all gay men are attracted to boys, but come on, the BSA is fighting lawsuits and stigma over rapey closeted gay Scoutmasters, and its leadership honestly thought parents would feel good about putting their sons under the care of BSA leaders who openly find males attractive?”

  2. Joe Fain conceded the recent election to his democratic opponent Mona Das. You should probably let people know that.

  3. Avatar Something Wicked | November 14, 2018 at 17:04 | Reply

    I’ve been reading your site for several years now. It looks like sometimes your authors or contributors try to get to root causes of why these horrible things are happening. I think this effort is very important and that you should keep pushing on this, even if members or parents are having difficulty understanding. It shows that you care about helping others rise up out of the muck to provide a lasting solution.

    I want to tell you and your readers that my son was very much negatively influenced (bold that for me?) by some Civil Air Patrol senior members and some cadets they had influenced to go along with attitudes that dehumanize and denigrate liberal arts professors, musicians & entertainers, LGBT people, women and other minorities. This got him into a little bit of trouble and when we figured out the cause, we pulled him out of the CAP program. We hope that no lasting damage has been done for the sake of his future or that of others.

    I do not have the luxury of publicly sharing any details on his old unit and the people who did this, but I can share something that might be similar which is now in the public record because it was not caught and corrected early.

    David Helm had been with the Air Force since November 28th 2000, and was promoted to Tech Sergeant on October 1st 2012. In the summer of 2015, Tech. Sgt. David Helm was accused of sexually assaulting an underage girl and various women in a series of alleged incidents between Jan. 1, 2012, and May 18, 2014, at or near LaFollette, Tennessee; Gatlinburg, Tennessee; Scott Air Force Base; and Dayton, Ohio. The story of his desertion, arrest, court martial, conviction and 25 year sentence is still available online.

    To me, this story is so sad and frightening and sad and when I looked further into the facts of this case back then, I found the following report of statements from Helm’s mother:

    In an interview, Angeline Helm, the non-commissioned officer’s mother, ponders what could have gone so wrong for her only child. “He grew up in a Christian family… we did our best to teach him right and do right,” she said. “I tell everybody it’s the devil trying to get us down, not him,” she said. “I don’t know what happened. It was a freak thing that nobody knows.”

    Something changed with her son when he joined the Air Force, she said.

    “He grew up as a Christian. He was a good boy until he entered the Air Force,” she said. “I think something changes when they go into the Air Force, I don’t know.”

    I want to let that sink in and end Part I, which I hope you will make into an article, here by saying that when the leadership finds CAP members dehumanizing those who see the world differently from us without even trying to learn the history and reason for each view, those members must be taken out of positions of command authority over others and the victims must be provided with apology.

    From what I have seen, the corrections have NOT been happening in Civil Air Patrol and your organization is now paying quite dearly for that oversight.

  4. Avatar StockmanTexas | October 28, 2018 at 14:09 | Reply

    Will you add the guilty Steve Stockman, Republican and Born Again Christian Texas Congressman, to your growing hall of shame?

  5. I was a member of the NH054 Manchester Composite Squadron. Shout out to Amy Milillo. You should know that our New Hampshire State Congressman Eric Schleien, a republican, pleaded guilty today to assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

  6. Avatar MilkTaxPayers | October 25, 2018 at 11:38 | Reply

    Sigh. I was in CAP, the people pretend to be one thing but are really something else. It is sad.

    In October last year they announced this drive to get 100 state legislators in their club of tax payer abuse.

    The New Hampshire Wing of the Civil Air Patrol has recently established a State Legislative Squadron open to all members of the State House, Senate and Executive Council. The new squadron mirrors the CAP National Legislative Squadron which is composed of about 200 members of the U.S. Congress. Membership in the Legislative Squadron is complimentary and includes the appointment of the honorary grade of Major. Ten New Hampshire legislators have joined so far, to show their support for CAP and the many contributions it makes to the state of New Hampshire.

    “We’ve really only just gotten rolling,” says Lt. Col. Bruce Determann, the New Hampshire Civil Air Patrol’s government relations director. “Our goal is to reach 100 members of the New Hampshire Legislature this year.

    Shouldn’t this be illegal?

    • Avatar Semper Vigilans | November 13, 2018 at 04:16 | Reply

      Politicians need votes to hold power and the Civil Air Patrol needs Funds to grow and reward their leaders with travel and perks. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what they tried to get away with. CAP’s own motto is Semper Vigilans and I learned the hard way that I must always be vigilant against these [redacted] people.

      Never Forget.

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