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Posted about 1 year ago.

Thank you, do I have access to the Article 135 Court of Inquiry to get the results?

John Daniel Hafemann
John Daniel Hafemann, Military Law Attorney - Beaufort, SC
Posted about 1 year ago.

Are you positive that an Article 135 Inquiry was conducted? I assume you are referring to an Article 138 complaint?

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Posted about 1 year ago.

no, I mean a Commander's Inquir was conducted, and the results were not correct In fact they were fabriccated lies, by te Command. I would like to use a Court of Inquiry to get the results.

John Daniel Hafemann
John Daniel Hafemann, Military Law Attorney - Beaufort, SC
Posted about 1 year ago.

Do you mean a Command Investigation was conducted? Preliminary Inquiry? Feel free to call me to discuss. I think I need more facts in order to assist you.

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Posted about 1 year ago.

Ok, I recieved a OER which I felt was incorrect, and unjust, yet the Chain of Command dispite me arguing told me it was accurate and it could be done, I informed them that I had evidence which were against the bullets on the OER, I was informed by my Senior rater and Chain of Command that, if it was incorrect I could appeal. I later found out my Rater was not eligable to be a rater and the Chain of Command had full knowledge of this at the time. There are counseling which support the bullets, but as the events occured I was counsled and later I informed my rater of the situation. My rater dissappeared, and I was given an OER, with the bullet by my Senior Rater, I argue the bullets to the CSM and anyone that would listen,

I found out everyone know m rater's condition, requested a Commander Inquiry from my Commander's Commmander. I got the results and the allegation I had were not addressed infact the results were made up by my Battalion.

I would like the see the Report of investagation as to what evidence the Investgatin Officer used as evidence, because the evidence I had if clear and convencing, I believe the battalion is making false statements on the Commander's inquiry, or the IO does not have the right evidence, ether way ( I was informed by a trusted friend that the CDI would not be in my favor) and the proof was in the pudden

John Daniel Hafemann
John Daniel Hafemann, Military Law Attorney - Beaufort, SC
Posted about 1 year ago.

I understand. Feel free to give me a call to discuss further if you have any other questions. Good luck.