Acts of Supremacy traces the ugly, and harrowing details of my Court-martial in the Spring of 1990, after I had annoyed an admiral who then orchestrated a full-on, “50 to 1” campaign against me. Further, it describes how our system of military justice initially came about, the various years of appeal that I pursued to attempt to secure an exoneration from these charges, the crime of forgery that took place during the course of the Court-martial itself (an act which today is still unprosecuted), and finally, what concrete steps of reform might be put in place so that a greater, transparent system of military justice might be achieved for all future sailors and soldiers, so that they do not have to endure what I did.
About This Author
As the son of a Navy doctor, I was raised in Ventura County, California, where I achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. I attended Villanova Preparatory School in Ojai, California, and I'm a proud Distinguished Military Graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, from the Class of 1975.
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