The Dirty Paper Project and Podcast

D. Bill Braddick, Kali Robinson, Negative P.

The Military Whistleblower Protection Act, Title 10 U.S.C. § 1034 and DoD 7050.06, Military Whistleblower Protection of July 23, 2007 was designed to protect service members from being punished for making protected communications or reporting act of Fraud, Waste and Abuse or other acts wrong doing. Contrarily, the law lacked the verbiage of “enforcement” and the stipulations of who can initiate an investigation. This leaves giant loopholes for perpetrators or enablers to circumvent the system(s) using the UCMJ to legally create “hostile environments” by criminalizing service members for legal acts with impunity. Additionally, this document explores the appeals process and explains through real-life experience why there’s a need for an appellate strictly for Article 15’s that lack the standard of proof “beyond reasonable doubt”. read less

Episode One Part I, The moment in front of the Commander.
Jan 9 2022
Episode One Part I, The moment in front of the Commander.
On the 14 August of 2007, I found myself contemplating the reasons of why and how I was getting ready to stand in front of the commander. Additionally, I found myself perplexed as to why I was giving a reporting statement to a Major who was just a Captain the day before? While there were a lot of odd things going on this moment, but at this time the most apparent thing that stood out was the fact that this Major was not the commander nor was there a First Sergeant present. On this day, I was being given an Article 15 (Non-Judicial Punishment). I was being charged with Article 86 for being AWOL while on leave and an Article 92 for disobeying an Order to Call my Superintendent at her desk. In addition to the Article 15, I was given 3 Letters of Reprimand for offenses that allegedly happened four months prior to the Article 15. Just for reference one of the Letters of Reprimand was for not cleaning my office and I say this so you can surmise for yourself what the type of criminalization that is about to occur. In order to understand this and the moments thereafter, we must understand the events that took place before the 14 August of 2007. To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical well-being is important. If you need to reach out or just need someone to listen.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-6264. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741
Episode One Part III, The Computer Equipment Inventory and the cover-up
Jan 26 2022
Episode One Part III, The Computer Equipment Inventory and the cover-up
For many people who had or is having the unfortunate opportunity of having to prove their innocence or having their case heard through the archaic/lengthy Air Force Board of Military Corrections (AFBMCR) knows the evidentiary proof or body is the most important piece of proving your case. But, how? How do you prove the existence of an injustice when the evidence never existed? The hard part is gathering enough evidence to clarify or point to the injustice and having the courage to ask for witness statements. Next and probably the most difficult part is speaking to the evidence and trying to connect how it relates to the law or Air Force Instruction. Did I mention, the experience factor and legal support, which was offered to you as part of your enlistment package? In this case, the evidence to prove the existence of wrongdoing 2006-2007 had all but disappeared until 2009, the Commander of the 18th Medical Support Squadron, who also the Reports of Survey Program oversight knowingly attempts to “piggy-back” the missing Reports of Survey Investigation ROS 06-075 and the 400 plus missing computer equipment items on the new Reports of Survey Investigation 08-106. In doing so, the Commander helps to identify the missing equipment and the evidence of the mismanaged equipment inventory, which relates to a protected statement and the reprisal the Commander has since tried to bury.  Join us as we explore evidence the AFBMCR calls “uncorroborated” evidence and the assertions of Official Misconduct.  To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production of Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical well-being is important, so join me because our overall health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-6264. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741
Episode Two Part I, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006)
Feb 8 2022
Episode Two Part I, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006)
One of the first theories or thesis statements of this project began by questioning the Performance Evaluation Report (EPR) from 2005 thru 2006. The second question followed by asking what does the EPR of the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Computer Inventory Performance Evaluation Report from this period look like? I believe this is a fair question given the facts surrounding the mismanagement and negligence  of the Computer Equipment Inventory or am I wrong to suggest this? Besides, this is not to mention the fact that Report of Survey Investigation ROS 06-075 has mysteriously disappeared and me getting my hands on a copy of the EPR is slim to none. Therefore, in order to answer this question, we must first show where the pattern of reprisal, which evidentially began with the Performance Evaluation Report from August of 2005 thru August of 2006. For reference and continuity, the Air Force Board of Military Records Corrections (AFBMCR) represents the highest appellate for people convicted under the Article 15 process. The AFBMCR is the focal point for military personnel wanting to correct their military records for matters concerning erroneous material, missing information or awards, medal, decorations and correcting Performance Evaluation Reports (EPR). Oh, and this not to mention, the AFBMCR does not have an investigative body or department to investigate the relevance of  evidence corroborating your side of the story or the alleged evidence used against you.  Also, you have to met or exceed the evidentiary threshold of Burden of Proof (51% Rule). Therefore, proving your innocence is left up to you…the defendant! We invite you to show you how we are proving this aspect of the case and how we are going to change the system. So what does the EPR of NCOIC in charge of the Computer Equipment Inventory look like?  Dirty Paper Project...Dirty Paper Podcast. To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical well-being is important, so I would urge you to ensure it is in balance your health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the
Episode Two Part II, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006) and The Intent.
Feb 10 2022
Episode Two Part II, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006) and The Intent.
Leading off Part II of Episode two in conjunction with our thesis statement from Part One of this Episode. We are taking the realistic approach in ascertaining the intent or purpose of the rating by asking  what does the Performance Evaluation of the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Computer Equipment Inventory (ADPE) look like? Does the EPR refer to the Non- Commissioned Officer in Charge of the Computer Equipment Inventory describe this position as a Client Service Administrator (CSA) or does describe the performance factors of NCOIC of the Computer Inventory? Does the duty title match the duty title on the information sheet from the Military Personnel Flight? These are some very simple questions to answer, which falls within the power and discretion of the AFBMCR. Therefore, to answer this question we have expand our thesis statement by asking what was the motive of Officer in Charge of the Systems Flight changing the duty title of CSA? What was the intent or purpose of changing the rating?  To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical wellbeing is important, so I would urge you to ensure it is in balance your health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-6264. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741
Episode Two Part III, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006) and the Question.
Feb 11 2022
Episode Two Part III, The Performance Evaluation Report (EPR 2005-2006) and the Question.
Thank you for joining us as we continue to explore the evidence associated with the Performance Evaluation Report (EPR) of 2005 thru 2006. We began the project with a thesis question and the comparisons of the NCO in charge of the mismanaged Computer Equipment Inventory. What did his EPR look like considering the mismanagement, negligence and missing equipment? In addition to proving the EPR from 2005 thru 2006 was not a correct evaluation of my performance during this period, we must also prove the involvement of the Officer in Charge of the Information Systems Flight and the Squadron Commander were acting in an arbitrary or capricious manner. Considering this and the evidence, the first question of our thesis statement remains, due to inability to prove otherwise. Therefore, in order to prove our second question of arbitrary and caprice, we must show the history of retaliation or reprisal and the relationship to the protected statement made during Reports of Survey Investigation ROS 06-075. That said, lets expand the floor by asking how much does the commander and to what extent is his involvement. Secondly, I venture to bet considering how clean the commander he kept his hands thus far, this is not his first time and I wonder whom else he or he mentee has done this to? Please tune in to the next episode and the don’t for get to subscribe to catch all the new content. Dirty Paper Project and Dirty Paper Podcast.To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical wellbeing is important, so I would urge you to ensure it is in balance your health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-6264. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741
Where is your Supervisor in all this?
Feb 18 2022
Where is your Supervisor in all this?
Throughout this debacle and the days since, people have always seemed to ask me about who or where my supervisor was during all this. Then, my answer would have been totally different than what I think now in relation to time and my position in life. I think about my supervisor, his children and his responsibility. I think his promises as a father and all that fatherhood brings. The promise to the next generation and the promise to all the shoulders we stand on. So, I just wanted to take a moment to explain where my supervisor was and if not for MSgt Johnson we would not be here today. Putting it short, it was his copies of the emails from the Officer in Charge of the Flight that would eventually answer the question pertaining to the existence of reprisal. I mean right there in plain text for everyone to see, but back then who knew? Even MSgt Johnson thought that if I took this evidence to the Military Equal Opportunity Office the reprisal would stop. That said, I am taking the opportunity thank MSgt Johnson and without him, we would not be here today shinning a light on an ineffective system.Jargon Dictionary:Military Equal Opportunity Office (MEO)- The Equal Opportunity Branch for Military membersOfficer in Charge of the Flight (OIC)- Information Systems Section SupervisorMaster Sergeant of the Air Force (MSgt)-  the enlisted title for an Air Force enlisted member who has rank of E-7. To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production of Black FL.I. studios. I am not a paid spokesman, nor am I sponsored or affiliated by any of the links below, but your mental and physical well-being is important. Who cares about the stigma or what people think?  So I would urge you to ensure it is in balance your health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems. Call and talk anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-342-9647.The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) provides information and resources about psychological health, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and traumatic brain injury. To contact the center:Call 1-866-966-1020, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekReal Warriors Live ChatE-mail resources@dcoeoutreach.orgDoD/VA OutreachMoving Forward: A free, online educational and life coaching program that teaches problem-solving skills to help you to better handle life's challenges. It is designed to be especially helpful for veterans, service members and their families.How can I get psychological help for free?The National Alliance on Mental Illness also has a helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-6264. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741
Episode Three Part I, The Miitary Equal Opportunity Officer
Feb 28 2022
Episode Three Part I, The Miitary Equal Opportunity Officer
DIRTY PAPER PODCASTDate 28 February 2022Episode Three, Part IIn Episode 2, we explored the evidence associated with the contested Performance Evaluation Report (EPR) of 2005 thru 2006 and its relationship to the protected statement I made concerning the false allegations surrounding the Mismanagement of the Computer Inventory we discussed in Episode One. Now as we jump into Episode Three, we will explore the specifics of my visit to The Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) Office where I attempted to seek assistance and try to mediate a situation that’s beginning to spin out of control.  This episode explores the various law or instructions related to the Military Equal Opportunity Office. We are covering this first so that the listener may have a better understanding how the multiple visits to the Military Equal Office is literally impossible to dumb into down into one single visit that lasted only 2.5 hours. KEY POINTS AND TAKE WAYS·         What laws or Air Force Instructions apply to the evidentiary standard of proof (51% rule)?·         How do we apply them here?·         What specifically pertains to this I relation to protections.·          JARGON AND TERMSThe Military Commander and the Law- is a publication of The Judge Advocate General’s School. This publication serves as a helpful reference guide for Air and Space Force commanders, directors, and senior enlisted leaders, providing general guidance to help clarify issues and identify potential problem areas.AFI 51-604, Appointment to and Assumption of Command 4.2.1 (2006))AFI 38-101, Air Force Organization (2006)- This publication explains how the Air Force organizes units, defines manpower requirements and allocates manpower resources in the Manpower Programming Execution System for the Total Force and describes the objectives, principles, standard structures and procedures for establishing and modifying Air Force organizations.Air Force Instruction 36-2706, Equal Opportunity Program Military and Civilian (5 October 2010)- This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 36-27, Equal Opportunity, 22 May 2009. It prohibits unlawful discrimination and harassment, and reprisal. It establishes the requirements for the Air Force Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) Program and the Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program.  Military Equal Opportunity Office (MEO)- The Military Equal Opportunity/Officer- is equivalent of the civilian Equal Opportunity Office. The intent of the AFI is to integrate program management of the EEO and MEO process. However, EEO and MEO complaint processes will remain separate and distinct. Regarding terminology, when the instruction refers to EEO it speaks to the civilian process and when it refers to MEO it refers to the military process.Performance Evaluation Report (EPR)- An Enlisted Performance Report (EPR) is an evaluation form used by the United States Air Force to evaluate the annual performance of Airman thru the ranks Chief Master Sergeant.To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper ProjectDbillbraddick@dirtypaperproject.com@DirtyPaper1 on TwitterDirty Paper Project is a production Black F.LI.Your Mental and Physical well-being is important, so I would urge you to ensure it is in balance your health depends on it.Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns, including possible mental health problems.&
Episode Three Part II, The Miitary Equal Opportunity Officer and that word "reprisal"
Feb 28 2022
Episode Three Part II, The Miitary Equal Opportunity Officer and that word "reprisal"
DIRTY PAPER PODCASTDate 01 March 2022Episode Three, Part IIIn Part 1 of this episode, we discussed the laws regarding misconduct and knowledge of facts or the act and then not acting or future enabling the act. Moreover, discussed the first visit to the Military Equal Opportunity Office and let you hear for yourself the first time the word “reprisal” was mentioned and the evidence concerning the reprisal being discussed. Additionally, the Military Equal Opportunity Office can be heard addressing what he believes are other examples of misconduct. Also, being discussed in this excerpt is the request for me to come back for a second visit and directly contradicts the Military Equal Opportunity Record of Assistance Form dated 13 February 2007. We explored the evidence associated with the contested Performance Evaluation Report (EPR) of 2005 thru 2006 and its relationship to the protected statement I made concerning the false allegations surrounding the Mismanagement of the Computer Inventory we discussed in Episode One. Now as we jump into Episode Three, we will explore the specifics of my visit to The Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) Office where I attempted to seek assistance and try to mediate a situation that’s beginning to spin out of control.  Now you have a better understanding how the Military Equal Opportunity Officer has attempted to no state this was one single visit lasting only 2.5 hours, you now understand the cover-up is deeper than just the Commander. KEY POINTS AND TAKEAWAYS·         What laws or Air Force Instructions apply to the evidentiary standard of proof (51% rule)?·         The introduction of the word reprisal?·         What if I had no evidence?JARGON AND TERMSSME- is the Subject Matter ExpertThe Military Commander and the Law- is a publication of The Judge Advocate General’s School. This publication serves as a helpful reference guide for Air and Space Force commanders, directors, and senior enlisted leaders, providing general guidance to help clarify issues and identify potential problem areas.AFI 51-604, Appointment to and Assumption of Command 4.2.1 (2006))AFI 38-101, Air Force Organization (2006)- This publication explains how the Air Force organizes units, defines manpower requirements and allocates manpower resources in the Manpower Programming Execution System for the Total Force and describes the objectives, principles, standard structures and procedures for establishing and modifying Air Force organizations.Air Force Instruction 36-2706, Equal Opportunity Program Military and Civilian (5 October 2010)- This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 36-27, Equal Opportunity, 22 May 2009. It prohibits unlawful discrimination and harassment, and reprisal. It establishes the requirements for the Air Force Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) Program and the Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program.  Military Equal Opportunity Office (MEO)- The Military Equal Opportunity/Officer- is equivalent of the civilian Equal Opportunity Office. The intent of the AFI is to integrate program management of the EEO and MEO process. However, EEO and MEO complaint processes will remain separate and distinct. Regarding terminology, when the instruction refers to EEO it speaks to the civilian process and when it refers to MEO it refers to the military process.Performance Evaluation Report (EPR)- An Enlisted Performance Report (EPR) is an evaluation form used by the United States Air Force to evaluate the annual performance of Airman thru the ranks Chief Master Sergeant.To learn more or get involved, visit.Dirty Paper Project" rel="nofollow">