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December 2015
Tim Bilecki

BAH Fraud Charges | Camp Zama | Case Results

BAH Fraud
Camp Zama, Japan
Army O-5
BOI UNANIMOUSLY FOUND NO BASIS FOR MISCONDUCT. OFFICER RETAINED IN THE ARMY

Detailed facts of case withheld due to ongoing litigation with ABCMR over GOMOR removal.

Lieutenant Colonel promotable was given a GOMOR for alleged BAH fraud and the GOMOR the permanently filed in officer’s OMPF. This resulted in being taken off the O-6 promotion list and an HRC Board of Inquiry (BOI) followed.

Mr. Bilecki was retained to represent this officer at the BOI at Camp Zama, Japan. At the BOI, Mr. Bilecki devastated the government’s case and exposed that not only was a certain member of the Camp Zama, Japan finance office incompetent, but he also proved that our client had absolutely no wrongdoing in the matter and was actually underpaid – not overpaid.

After deliberations of less than one hour, the BOI members unanimously found that our client committed no misconduct. The GOMOR should not have been placed in her file to begin with. She was subsequently retained in the Army.

We are currently seeking to remove this GOMOR via the DASEB and restore our client’s promotion to COL with appropriate back pay.

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