On April 7th 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear oral arguments detailing the crimes of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Force Protection Division in the case of Panagacos v. Towery. We fully expect to win this appeal on the strength of our case, a case that has become even stronger over the past several months as soldiers on JBLM have provided us with information about the crimes being committed by Thomas Rudd, Daniel Vessels and others members of the Force Protection Division. Our newest evidence is a multi-page letter to the court, written by a former employee of the Force Protection Division, detailing the on-going crimes, misconduct, and violations of government policy and regulations that have continued to this very day; strong detailed and documented evidence against them. We offer our deepest thanks and appreciation to all of our new friends, allies, and supporters on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
When we win our appeal, we will return to the trial court where we will receive a judgement against the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Force Protection Division and against the specific individuals who have continued to violate our civil rights and engaged in an almost continuous pattern of harassment and threats against those of us who brought this case to stop their crimes.
Some may say that we can't be certain of the judgement of the court, and this is of course true, but any denial of our appeal would make no sense in light of all the evidence we have assembled. Still, the government has spent millions of dollars to cover up the crimes of men like Thomas Rudd and Daniel Vessels, and perhaps the deep pockets of the government will overcome justice. Should this be the case then we simply file a new lawsuit based on all the new evidence we have obtained. As long as the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Force Protection Division continues to exist, and as long as men like Thomas Rudd and Daniel Vessels continue to violate the rights of the America People - our fight will never end.