AN INCREDIBLE STORY of cronyism, collusion, & corruption at Fort Stewart, georgia
I am a whistleblower. In my 28 years of Government service, I never thought I would make that statement. I have been forced to put my career and reputation on the line because of the unethical and illegal activities of others at Fort Stewart, Georgia. I have two self-confessed criminals working for me, and I have no authority to do anything about it. My life has become a living hell, and for the first time in my career I am ashamed to say I work for the U.S. Government. As an American patriot and taxpayer, please read this incredible story by clicking the buttons on the left side of this page. Also, if you would like to e-mail me, you can click on the icon at the top left of this page.
It is very difficult to explain small town Georgia to anyone who hasn't lived and worked here. It beats all I have ever seen. I truly am not exaggerating when I say that the situation here is nothing less
than organized crime. It's the type of stuff you see in movies. The intricacy of the cunning and deceit and ease with which they lie is astonishing. The unethical and illegal activity has been going on for so many decades and so many people are connected and intertwined through blood, marriage, cronyism, money, power, and egos that the diseased and corrupt culture has become an accepted way of life. For more than three years, I tried to give these individuals every benefit of the doubt, but there finally came a point where the evidence and pattern of behavior was too overwhelming to ignore. Management and the Command have had every opportunity to correct the issues, but instead they have doubled, tripled, even quadrupled down on the bad behavior. Before I came to Fort Stewart, I had never done anything like this (gone against authority, filed any kind of grievance, etc.). I am a shy, introverted person who hates conflict and drama, but I have been thrust into the fight of my life against my will. I took an oath when I became a DOD Civilian, and I am going to remain true to that oath.
Despite the untruths and negative light with which I have been painted, this website wasn't developed and published for vengeance or even to defend my reputation. It's about hope for positive change in the organization. It's about making a powerful statement that those annual ethics and EEO classes that are mandatory for every Army Civilian apply to everyone. In fact, the higher the grade of an individual, the higher the standard to which they should be held. I realize this situation may not end the way I want it to (primarily, criminals not working for me - I did not even ask for their termination - just their reassignment so I am no longer ultimately responsible for their behavior), but it will end the way it is supposed to. I pray every day for wisdom and faith. I pray for the people who work for me, for the people I work for, and for the Soldiers we have the honor to serve. I pray for the courage to do what is right and let the consequence follow. Whatever those consequences are, I will be at peace knowing I have done everything I could do.