Jul 15 2009
PENTAGON ORDERS SOLDIER FIRED FOR QUESTIONING PRESIDENT’S PLACE OF BIRTH: Army warrior terminated from job after questioning Obama eligibility.
The Department of Defense has compelled a private to fire a U.S. Army Reserve major from his civilian job after he had his military deployment orders revoked for arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.
The Department of Defense does contracting in the general field of information technology/systems integration, at which Cook, a senior systems and architect, was employed until taking a military leave of absence on July 10 in preparation for his deployment to Afghanistan.
“A federal agency (such as the Department of Defense, acting through the Defense Security Services Agency) clearly violates the Whistleblower Protection Act if it takes or fails to take (or threatens to take or fail to take) a personnel action with respect to any employee or applicant because of any disclosure of information by the or applicant that he or she reasonably believes evidences a violation of a law, rule or regulation; gross mismanagement; gross waste of funds; an abuse of authority; or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety,” Taitz wrote.
“What has happened in the present case of Stefan Frederick Cook is that a federal agency appears to have taken action against Stefan Frederick Cook’s private employer, Simtech, Inc., which is a closely held corporation owned and operated by members of a single family, who are as much victims of the Department of Defense’s heavy-handed interference with plaintiff Cook’s private-sector employment as is plaintiff Cook himself.” WORLD NET DAILY