EXCLUSIVE: Sailor Filing An Article 138 Complaint Against Navy Command For Forcing Coronavirus Injection

Big League Politics has learned that a sailor is filing a formal Article 138 complaint against his/her U.S. Navy command for forcing the sailor to take the experimental Coronavirus injection or else be discharged from the Navy. The sailor has been told that he/she has 5 days to comply and get the vaccine or else get discharged and lose benefits. The sailor’s Article 138 complaint argues “harassment and unlawful order to innoculate him/herself with an experimental gene editing injection that does not have a full FDA approval,” according to a source knowledgeable with the complaint. The sailor is also appealing the denial of his/her religious exemption request.

According to U.S. Code on Article 138 complaints: “Any member of the armed forces who believes himself wronged by his commanding officer, and who, upon due application to that commanding officer, is refused redress, may complain to any superior commissioned officer, who shall forward the complaint to the officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction over the officer against whom it is made. The officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction shall examine into the complaint and take proper measures for redressing the wrong complained of; and he shall, as soon as possible, send to the Secretary concerned a true statement of that complaint, with the proceedings had thereon.”

“Today must be Religious Exemption Denial Day,” a top U.S. Naval officer told Big League Politics, noting that the officer’s religious exemption request was denied after nearly 90 days of waiting for a decision, which was almost three times longer than the 30 days in which Navy brass was instructed to decide on the religious exemption request.

As I exclusively reported: “The United States Navy is punishing and separating unvaccinated naval officers under the same category of “Misconduct, Moral or Professional Dereliction” that is used to separate drug offenders and sex offenders from the Navy. NATIONAL FILE broke the news that the Navy is setting up a a new punishment squad called the CCDA to carry out the “administrative separation” of vaccine refusers. All vaccine refusers are reportedly getting discharged after they are separated. In a newly released policy document to guide the CCDA, the Navy states that vaccine-refusing naval officers will be processed as “Misconduct, Moral or Professional Dereliction” cases.

2.  Policy.  In order to maximize readiness, it is the policy goal of the 
U.S. Navy to achieve a fully vaccinated force against the persistent and 
lethal threat of COVID-19. 
2.a.  In support of the above stated policy, and as directed by the Secretary 
of the Navys lawful order, the Navy has commenced a mandatory vaccination 
campaign per references (a) through (c). Navy service members refusing the 
COVID-19 vaccination, absent a pending or approved exemption, shall be 
processed for administrative separation per this NAVADMIN and supporting 
references. To ensure a fair and consistent process, separation 
determinations will be centralized under the CCDA as outlined in the 
paragraphs below.

“Essentially if you refuse the vaccine or have a denied accommodation (religious or medical, of which they are all being denied) you will be administratively separated as GENERAL (under honorable conditions). This is based on Misconduct, Moral or Professional Dereliction, and substandard performance per SECNAVINST 1920.6D. This is equivalent to being a Drug offender or a sexual deviant!,” a top Navy officer told NATIONAL FILE.

Administrative Disposition Guidance; Future Actions.  The actions in this 
paragraph shall be executed per paragraph 4. 
7.a.  Officer Administrative Separation.  In the case of any officer, 
including any officer senior leader, who is refusing the vaccine, the 
cognizant commander or commanding officer shall submit a report of misconduct 
to Commander, Navy Personnel Command (PERS-834) per MILPERSMAN 1611-010.  A 
template report is available at: https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/navy-covid-
Per SECNAVINST 1920.6D, the CCDA, as the show cause authority, has directed 
mandatory show cause processing for all officers on the bases of Misconduct, 
Moral or Professional Dereliction, and Substandard Performance, with the 
least favorable characterization of service as GENERAL (under honorable 
conditions), unless inclusion of another basis for separation warrants other 
than honorable.  Additionally, report flag officers or officers selected for 
promotion to O-7 who are refusing the vaccine to the Naval Inspector General 
for review per DoDI 1320.04 and SECNAVINST 5800.12C.  Officers separated 
under this subparagraph will not be eligible for involuntary separation pay 
and will be subject to recoupment of any unearned special or incentive pays.

“Misconduct, or Moral or Professional Dereliction” is defined on the Secretary of the Navy’s SECNAVIST guidelines as “Performance or personal or professional conduct (including unfitness on the part of a Warrant Officer) which is unbecoming an officer” and categories include “Unlawful Drug Involvement” and “Sexual Misconduct or Perversion.” READ THE NAVY DOCUMENT HERETrending:VIDEO: Bodycam Footage Shows Traffic Stop Of NBC Employee Who Followed Kyle Rittenhouse Jury

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