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I have a U.S Army Military Law question concerning an Evaluation. I recieved an Evaluation from a Rater whom accussed me of commiting a crime and spread rumors with malicious intent i.e. (defamation of character and malicious prosecution). The results of the investigation came back unfounded. I recieved a below average rating, on the Evaluation. Is this legal? Can my Rater whom I feel has a conflict of intrest as an evaluator, evaluate me and accuse me of committing a crime at the same time, is ths legal in the AR? Thank you in advance.
I've requested the report of investigation investigation through FOIA, and I expect to get the reacted report. Which I'm hoping will be a basis for the Appeal.
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