I have created this pageI moved from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to Fernandina Beach,
to keep all of the people, who have written in support of my case, current.
I truly appreciate your assistance!
On June 11th, 1998 a settlement was reached
that will allow me to retire on August 31, 1998 as a Master Chief Petty Officer (E-9). The Navy also agreed to pay $90,000 in legal fees and costs, and droped it's appeal. That will allow the ruling of Judge Stanley Sporkin to stand intact.
just North of Jacksonville, Florida. I have traveled around the country a bit to speak about my case. In early October 1998, I was in Las Vegas attending the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association Convention, as a panel member on accidental activism. I was also in San Francisco, during Fleet Week, for a fundraiser for Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, which will be held on Treasure Island.
October 12th, 1998 was designated Master Chief McVeigh Day in San Francisco. IT was quite an honor and the words in the Proclaimation had more meaning to me than any award that I recieved from the Navy. See the Proclamation
Read the court documents for my case
For some reason the above link doesn't always work. You may have to try it at some other time.
Read the Declaration by Professor Charles Moskos
Author of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Pursue" policy
regarding my case
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