A Senior Naval Officer submitted an official complaint against the Naval Inspector General, Vice Admiral John Fuller, on August 26, 2022. The complaint cites VADM Fuller’s dereliction of duty for covering up federal crimes committed by several Navy leaders.
The complaints against VADM Fuller are:
– Vice Admiral Fuller dismissed and refused to investigate credible allegations of unlawful actions committed by Admiral Grady. This coverup may have contributed to Admiral Grady’s unlawful actions being hidden from the United States Senate. Admiral Grady was confirmed by the Senate as the 12th Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff three weeks after a complaint against him was filed.
– Vice Admiral Fuller, claiming to have “no evidence,” dismissed and refused to investigate Vice Admiral Nowell (then Chief of Naval Personnel) for his unlawful violations of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The evidence provided to Vice Admiral Fuller was the same evidence a Federal Judge relied on to issue a preliminary injunction against the Navy (which the Supreme Court confirmed).
– Vice Admiral Fuller’s own supervisor, Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro, knowingly permitted fraudulent activity to occur regarding violations of federal law, including 21 USC § 360bbb-3 and 42 USC§ 262(k). An investigation would have made this violation public and is an indication of the double standard within the highest ranks of the civilian and uniformed leadership of the military.
Nine officers, across four branches of the military, signed a whistleblower report on August 15, 2022, with damning allegations and evidence against the Department of Defense involving crimes related to the execution of the Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate.
Evidence has now been made public that Vice Admiral Fuller covered up violations of service members’ Constitutional rights and violations of multiple articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), resulting in the destruction of the lives of so many Service Members and their families. Vice Admiral Fuller could face a Court Martial and possible dismissal from the Navy for his crimes.
Evidence has been mounting for months highlighting the violation of servicemember’s religious rights as well as proving that the DOD did not have an FDA approved vaccine in its possession, a key stipulation of the mandate issued by the Secretary of Defense.