Thursday, October 26, 2017

"Military Whistleblower Protection," is sooo overrated, it's moreless corporal punishment!! The Pentagon's Inspector General Investigators simply gather the evidence you have against your bosses, to later use against you!!

I never shared this video because the reporter was dishonest with his intentions when I first agreed to allow him to cover my case; surrounding a Civil Action Lawsuit against the former Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, on the grounds of Whistleblower Retaliation, Civil, and Human Rights Violations, Racial and Sexual Discrimination.

The Navy rendered its decision in August, but I’ve decided not to do a follow-on interview, to share an update on my case, because of reporters like this guy!!!!!

After a nearly 3 hour interview, he and his producer (the cameraman) were more interested in seeing naked pictures of me, rather than learning the Truth about the evidence I’d uncovered to prove that my former bosses were, in fact, defrauding the government.

You can clearly see, from the camera angles that they came to my house with one thing in mind!!! Hoping to see Nude pictures, and probably more, they scheduled the interview in the late afternoon?!!!

After the interview, I contacted the station manager to express how uncomfortable they made me feel, and their intent was clear. A few weeks later, Fox fired Bill O’Reilly for sexual harassment and other related allegations, and that was satisfactory enough!!!

Yet, when SEX is on a person’s mind, oftentimes “Truth” is diminished.


Anonymous said...

Syneeda, There are so many legal infractions with your case I don't know where to begin. Upon initial examination of your case file, it was clear to me that your prosecution was cleverly orchestrated and begun when you turned over "evidence" to Dave Brownell and Tom Sawyer, the Navy's IG investigators. I’m certain they began combing through your allegations, cross-referencing your claims to the mountainous paperwork you'd submitted to substantiate your allegations, and the decision to sentence you to only serve 60 days in prison was to disqualify your case for an automatic appeal, had you’d been sentence to serve 6-months or more, your case would have been examined by the Navy Marine Corps Criminal Court of Appeals, not the Board for Correction of Naval Records, which simply serve
as an administrative review board, not legal review.

Of the hundreds of criminal cases I’ve reviewed for judicial misconduct, yours stand out the most! My team and I am are in the process of preparing a legal brief for the Senate Armed Services Committee regarding the State of Veterans Affairs, and I will briefly caption your retaliation case, to serve as a turning point to lay the groundwork for new policies on issues relating to improving diversity in the Armed Forces, and women roles while serving in combat, be it on the battlefield, or while they endure sexual harassment in the workplace.

Syneeda said...


I was not aware that my case was being briefed to the Senate. Interesting?!

So you are the agent assigned to my Interpol file? Yes I've known about it since 2011, when I publicly announced I was writing a book.

So I guess, wiretapping me helped and monitoring my social media sites gave you the evidence you needed?!

Yet I'm flattered that my case warrants a higher judicial review.

But when my former bosses are prosecuted for their misdeeds, I will be satisfied with the Justice system in this country!!