|John Dingman with Don Olson|
|Sierra Army Depot stores 30,000 |
“major pieces” of the tooling and molds for F-22
I do this because there are more important things than me, my job or my reputation. Everyday an American soldier risks his life so that we can remain free. When I signed up to work for the Government, I knew I wasn't working for Bruce Bryan, Merritt Shepard or Bob Beach. I was working for that soldier, the soldiers that went before him and those that would follow him.
|Tony Herrin (36) arrested for theft|
|Devon Biggs with his Supervisor William Riley Junk|
|Director Sue Getty giving the big wigs the dog and pony show|
I am a federal employee. I am in XXXXX but please I do not want to disclose my whereabouts because I am in fear of my life. Racist Biker gangs control a lot of crime in Northern California. And though it is unlikely they will reach down and kill me. A man named Devon Biggs was recently injured in a car accident. Biggs got caught for smuggling.
I am attaching a story about the place where I work. All the circumstantial evidence points to a conspiracy.
1) Devon Biggs was a supervisor or Team Lead
2) Who was responsible for Devon Biggs promotion to after 3 years of employment?
3) When Devon Biggs was arrested, we was texting someone. The Army does not say who he was
|"Where's my stuff?"|
LTC Dexter and Don Olson meet General Dennis L. Via
texting. Who send and receives anonymous texts? How do you even do that?
4) Devon Biggs said he was stealing to pay off a debt to another coworker? Who was that co-worker? What was the circumstances of that debt?
5) Devon Biggs missed his arraignment due to a car accident. The Federal Public Defender is defending him so he does not have disposable dollars and certainly not the architect of crime. Could the car accident be a veiled threat against his life if talked?
6) Who was Devon Bigg's supervisor? Did the investigation clear him? Why didn't they let the investigation keep going to find out who he has working with?
Biggs was stealing imagery equipment. It was imagery equipment that allows our Army to fight at night. It is a key advantage we had during the Persian Gulf War and in subsequent war to a lesser and lesser degree as the technology becomes more widespread. And this guy stole $ 85,000 worth of gear on one run? And we don't know if there was more.
I think Devon Biggs Supervisor was John Dingman. John Dingman started out 13 years ago as a packer at a GS 3 or 4, now he is a 13. How did he climb the ranks so fast? John Dingham is responsible for all the
|Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) at the Sierra Army Depot|
Biggs reported to the Warehouse Supervisor. They replaced the warehouse supervisor with my friend XXXXXXX - an Iraq War veteran and a friend of mine - a man of good character. But I think they promoted Dingman to be Jim's boss. Dingman reports Joe Henderson. Henderson manages the largest section with the Mission branch including Long Term Storage (LTS). LTS is where they store all the war reserve like the rows and rows of M1A1 tanks. But Henderson's group has all the problems. Henderson's branch has all sorts of irregularities. For instance, an item comes to the depot into Central Receiving.
|Do you trust the Sierra Army Depot |
with your security?
Where's a question, is it true that the Army has detailed a Loss Prevention Team called a Tiger Team to investigate $ 250 million dollars in lost Army property? Is it true that the Team is led by John Mooney? (John Mooney is a man of sterling reputation by the way. Another man named Steve Potts is on that team. He is a good man. )
These are just tip of the iceberg questions that point to mismanagement, fraud and possibly crime. Do you know anyone willing to ask these questions? Because I asked them within the system and now I am on administrative leave pending an employment settlement. Thank you for reading this.
Sierra Army Depot has never investigated the incident. A supervisor on the depot has never been fired for mismanagement, fraud, theft or embezzlement.
|LTC Robert C. Slosson|
Sierra Army Depot