2018 AZ House Primary Candidates

2018 AZ House Primary Candidates
State Rep. – Dist. No. 1
REP
ROONEY, JODI 918 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CAMPBELL, NOEL 983 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
STRINGER, DAVID 1,213 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
GOGEK, ED 543 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MANOLIS, JAN 495 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 2
REP
SIZER, ANTHONY 443 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ACKERLEY, JOHN CHRISTOPHER 357 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
GABALDÓN, ROSANNA 810 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HERNANDEZ, DANIEL, JR 740 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 3
DEM
CAJERO BEDFORD, OLIVIA 578 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CANO, ANDRES 1,051 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HERNANDEZ, ALMA 1,103 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GRN
BAKER, BERYL 65
State Rep. – Dist. No. 4
REP
HOPKINS, RICHARD 327
DEM
PETEN, GERALDINE “GERAE” 824 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FERNANDEZ, CHARLENE 990 Financial Disclosure Financial Disclosure
GRN
WILLIAMS, SARA MAE 41 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 5
REP
COBB, REGINA 875 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BIASIUCCI, LEO 1,005 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MOSLEY, PAUL 745 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JONES-ESPOSITO, JENNIFER 660 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
MCCORD ROBINSON, MARY 536 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 6
REP
BLACKMAN, WALTER “WALT” 856 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MCDANIEL, STUART 841 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
THORPE, BOB 764 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
FRENCH, FELICIA 1,342 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
TYLER, BOBBY 1,149 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 7
REP
SHAMLEY, DOYEL 526 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
TELLER, ARLANDO 1,026 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
TSOSIE, MYRON 870 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 8
REP
COOK, DAVID 853 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
SHOPE, THOMAS “T.J.” 599 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
CASILLAS, CARMEN 572 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CORREA, PABLO 675 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GROSS, LINDA C 522 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 9
REP
HENDERSON, ANA 771 Nomination Paper Nomination Paper
DEM
POWERS HANNLEY, PAMELA 817 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FRIESE, RANDALL “RANDY” 661 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MARTIN, JP 509 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 10
REP
CLODFELTER, TODD 920 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
3338″ LEE, NIKKI 596 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ENGEL, KIRSTEN 1,494 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEGRAZIA, DOMINGO 790 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
RIPLEY, CATHERINE 931 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 11
REP
FINCHEM, MARK 700 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ROBERTS, BRET 836 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JONES, HOWELL “JONESY” 727 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KIMBALL, BRIDGER 522 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
LYON, HOLLACE 1,306 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MCCAIN, BARRY 552 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
QUIROZ, MARCELA 619
State Rep. – Dist. No. 12
REP
PETERSEN, WARREN 1,059 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GRANTHAM, TRAVIS 1,044 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
SACHA, BLAKE 953 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MYERS, NICK 777 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
BISACCIA, JOE 584 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ROTHANS, D. J. 594 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ROBINSON, LYNSEY 752 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 13
REP
OSBORNE, JOANNE 814 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
TERRY, TREY 786 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DUNN, TIMOTHY “TIM” 1,128 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MITCHELL, DARIN 875 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
TZITZURA, THOMAS 531 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 14
REP
GRIFFIN, GAIL 858 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
NUTT, BECKY 680 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
KARP, BOB 484 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
RENNE-LEON, SHELLEY 606 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 15
REP
BARTO, NANCY 905 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ALLEN, JOHN 875 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
MACBETH, TONYA 562 Candidate Info Financial Disclosure
GUNNIGLE, JULIE 525 Candidate Info Financial Disclosure
SAMUELS, JENNIFER 538 Candidate Info Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 16
REP
TOWNSEND, KELLY 867 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FILLMORE, JOHN 848 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KRIDLER, STEPHEN 642 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GODZICH, LISA 797 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HICKMAN, BONNIE 679 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
PHELPS, TARA 770 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
STINARD, SHARON 815 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 17
REP
WENINGER, JEFF 1,307 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
WILLOUGHBY, JULIE 879 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ELLEN, NORA 937 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
PAWLIK, JENNIFER 1,801 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 18
REP
NORGAARD, JILL 1,186 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
SHIFA, FARHANA 802 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
PATTERSON, GREG 776 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HAWKER, DON 519
State Rep. – Dist. No. 18
DEM
STUBEN, LADAWN 679 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JERMAINE, JENNIFER 966 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
EPSTEIN, DENISE “MITZI” 1,114 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 19
DEM
SIERRA, LORENZO 1,024 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ESPINOZA, DIEGO 1,024 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEL PALACIO, DEVIN 566 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 20
REP
KERN, ANTHONY 684 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BOLICK, SHAWNNA 1,098 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
GILFILLAN, CHRISTOPHER “CHRIS” 1,220 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CHURCH, PATRICK 682 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ANDERSON, DAN 696 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CHANDLER, HAZEL 569 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 21
REP
PAYNE, KEVIN 773 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
RIVERO, TONY 914 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
HUGHES, BRADLEY 1,033 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ROMERO, GILBERT 910 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 22
REP
CARROLL, FRANK 769 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
TOMA, BEN 905 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BULLOCK, MATT 744 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HEEP, JOHN 2,142 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ENGEN, KELLIE 731 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
SARMIENTO, TERI 1,095 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HARRIS, VALERIE 773 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 23
REP
LAWRENCE, JAY 1,223 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KAVANAGH, JOHN 954 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
KURLAND, ERIC 1,053 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 24
REP
ALGER, DAVID, SR 340 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
CLARK, KEN 1,416 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GLENN, JOHN 1,370 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LINK, DENISE 445 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FERRELL, MARCUS 1,514 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
SHAH, AMISH 2,327 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DOMINGUEZ, FRED 422 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LONGDON, JENNIFER 1,263 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 25
REP
BOWERS, RUSSELL W. “RUSTY” 1,015 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
UDALL, MICHELLE 921 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
HINTON, MARLENE 886 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
MARTIN, JOHNNY 651 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 26
REP
SPEAKMAN, RAYMOND D 418 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
SALMAN, ATHENA 592 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BLANC, ISELA 583 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 27
DEM
SANCHEZ GARCIA, ROBERTO 679 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BOLDING, REGINALD 605 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
RODRIGUEZ, DIEGO 526 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ADAMS, TALONYA 528
State Rep. – Dist. No. 28
REP
SYMS, MARIA 1,394 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
PAPPAS PETSAS, KATHY 1,336
DEM
BUTLER, KELLI 1,562 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LIEBERMAN, AARON 821 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 29
DEM
ANDRADE, RICHARD 1,176 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
CHAVEZ, CESAR 740 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Rep. – Dist. No. 30
REP
SPEARS, GARY 301 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
BROTHERTON, BILL 794 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
TERÁN, RAQUEL 836 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MEZA, ROBERT 795 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LARIOS, ALEJANDRO 1,167 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure

Arizona Senate Primary Ballot 2018

2018 AZ Senate Primary Candidates
State Sen. – Dist. No. 1
REP
FANN, KAREN 960 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
CRAYCRAFT, JO 495 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 2
REP
WILSON, BOBBY 585 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KAIS, SHELLEY 565 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
DALESSANDRO, ANDREA 682 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 3
DEM
VILLEGAS, BETTY 960 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GONZALES, SALLY ANN 956
State Sen. – Dist. No. 4
DEM
OTONDO, LISA 845 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 5
REP
BORRELLI, SONNY 763 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
MORGAINE, J’AIME 538 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 6
REP
ALLEN, SYLVIA TENNEY 802 Nomination Paper Nomination Paper
BARTON, BRENDA 505
DEM
CARLISLE, WADE 1,172 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 7
REP
MEALER, JL 432
DEM
PESHLAKAI, JAMESCITA 747 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 8
REP
PRATT, FRANK 702 Nomination Paper Nomination Paper
MILLER, PALMER 393 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
GIRARD, SHARON 812 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FIERROS BOCK, NATALI 853 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 9
REP
FLEENOR, RANDALL Candidate Info WRITE-IN
DEM
STEELE, VICTORIA 774 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LOVE, JIM 626 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 10
REP
WILES, MARILYN 649 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
BRADLEY, DAVID 599 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 11
REP
LEACH, VENDEN “VINCE” Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
ATCHUE, RALPH 872 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 12
REP
FARNSWORTH, EDDIE 1,076 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LINDBLOM, JIMMY 1,525 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
BROWN, ELIZABETH 828 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 13
REP
SHOOTER, DON
BACKUS, BRENT 1,092 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JENKINS, ROYCE 530 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KERR, SINE 910 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
HARRIS, MICHELLE 561 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 14
REP
KILPATRICK, LORI 948 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JOHN, DREW 613 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GOWAN, DAVID 846
DEM
GOMEZ, MENDY 572 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
ALVAREZ, JAIME 661 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 15
REP
CARTER, HEATHER 1,808 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LESINSKI, BRIAN JOSEPH 865 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
DYBVIG-PAWELKO, KRISTIN 564 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 16
REP
HERNANDEZ, MICHAEL “BIG MIKE” 885 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
FARNSWORTH, DAVID CHRISTIAN 829 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
CARMITCHEL, BENJAMIN “BEN” 552 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 17
REP
MESNARD, J.D. 1,095 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
WEICHERT, STEVE 1,604 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 18
REP
SCHMUCK, FRANK 1,375 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
BOWIE, SEAN 1,176 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 19
DEM
CHAVIRA CONTRERAS, LUPE 756 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 20
REP
LOFTUS, CHARLES 1,093 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BOYER, PAUL 725 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
ERVIN, DOUGLAS 1,233 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MARQUEZ, MATTHEW 658
HERRERA, LARRY (Withdrawn) 408 Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 21
REP
GRAY, RICK 807 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MILLER, RANDY 694 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 22
REP
VAN STEENWYK, CLAIR 1,996 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
LIVINGSTON, DAVID 1,161
DEM
GARCIA, WENDY 868 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
WESTBROOK, BRIANNA 570 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 23
REP
UGENTI-RITA, MICHELLE 1,318 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
SEARLES, GAVAN 706 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
KELLY, KRISTINA 1,057 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
JEFFRIES, TIMOTHY 1,093 Financial Disclosure Financial Disclosure
DEM
LOHMAN, DARIA 1,366 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 24
REP
ALGER, VICKI 348 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
ALSTON, LELA 1,519 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 25
REP
WORSLEY, BOB 1,003 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
PACE, TYLER 1,461 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
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MOHR-ALMEIDA, KATHY 536 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 26
REP
SPEAKMAN, REBECCA 403 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
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MENDEZ, JUAN 603 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
NEZ MANUEL, DEBBIE 711 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
GRN
WELLER, NICHOLAS 57 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 27
DEM
MIRANDA, CIPRIANO 549 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
RIOS, REBECCA 539 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 28
REP
BOWERS, KENNETH R “KEN”, JR 918 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
BROPHY MCGEE, KATE 1,904 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
DEM
MARSH, CHRISTINE PORTER 1,158 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 29
DEM
QUEZADA, MARTÍN J. 1,252 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
State Sen. – Dist. No. 30
DEM
ESCONTRÍAS, GABRIEL, JR. 348 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure
MARTINEZ, RAY D. 719 Financial Disclosure
NAVARRETE, OTONIEL “TONY” 1,677 Nomination Paper Financial Disclosure

2018 Legislative Primary Candidates

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State Senator – District No. 1 (REP)
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FANN, KAREN (REP) 960 X X
State Senator – District No. 1 (DEM)
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CRAYCRAFT, JO (DEM) 495 X X
State Senator – District No. 2 (REP)
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WILSON, BOBBY (REP) 585 X X
KAIS, SHELLEY (REP) 565 X X
State Senator – District No. 2 (DEM)
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DALESSANDRO, ANDREA (DEM) 682 X X
State Senator – District No. 3 (DEM)
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VILLEGAS, BETTY (DEM) 960 X X
GONZALES, SALLY ANN (DEM) 956
State Senator – District No. 4 (DEM)
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OTONDO, LISA (DEM) 845 X X
State Senator – District No. 5 (REP)
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BORRELLI, SONNY (REP) 763 X X
State Senator – District No. 5 (DEM)
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MORGAINE, J’AIME (DEM) 538 X X
State Senator – District No. 6 (REP)
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ALLEN, SYLVIA TENNEY (REP) 802 X X
BARTON, BRENDA (REP) 505
State Senator – District No. 6 (DEM)
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CARLISLE, WADE (DEM) 1,172 X X
State Senator – District No. 7 (REP)
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MEALER, JL (REP) X 432 X X
State Senator – District No. 7 (DEM)
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PESHLAKAI, JAMESCITA (DEM) 747 X X
State Senator – District No. 8 (REP)
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PRATT, FRANK (REP) 702 X X
MILLER, PALMER (REP) 393 X X
State Senator – District No. 9 (REP)
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FLEENOR, RANDALL (REP) X WRITE-IN
State Senator – District No. 8 (DEM)
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GIRARD, SHARON (DEM) 812 X X
FIERROS BOCK, NATALI (DEM) 853 X X
State Senator – District No. 9 (DEM)
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STEELE, VICTORIA (DEM) 774 X X
LOVE, JIM (DEM) 626 X X
State Senator – District No. 10 (REP)
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WILES, MARILYN (REP) 649 X X
State Senator – District No. 10 (DEM)
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BRADLEY, DAVID (DEM) 599 X X
State Senator – District No. 11 (REP)
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LEACH, VENDEN “VINCE” (REP) X X
State Senator – District No. 11 (DEM)
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ATCHUE, RALPH (DEM) 872 X X
State Senator – District No. 12 (REP)
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FARNSWORTH, EDDIE (REP) 1,076 X X
LINDBLOM, JIMMY (REP) 1,525 X X
State Senator – District No. 12 (DEM)
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BROWN, ELIZABETH (DEM) 828 X X
State Senator – District No. 13 (REP)
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SHOOTER, DON (REP)
BACKUS, BRENT (REP) 1,092 X X
JENKINS, ROYCE (REP) 530 X X
KERR, SINE (REP) 910 X X
State Senator – District No. 13 (DEM)
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HARRIS, MICHELLE (DEM) 561 X X
State Senator – District No. 14 (REP)
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KILPATRICK, LORI (REP) 948 X X
JOHN, DREW (REP) 613 X X
GOWAN, DAVID (REP) 846
State Senator – District No. 14 (DEM)
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GOMEZ, MENDY (DEM) 572 X X
ALVAREZ, JAIME (DEM) 661 X X
State Senator – District No. 15 (REP)
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CARTER, HEATHER (REP) 1,808 X X
LESINSKI, BRIAN JOSEPH (REP) 865 X X
State Senator – District No. 15 (DEM)
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DYBVIG-PAWELKO, KRISTIN (DEM) 564 X X
State Senator – District No. 16 (REP)
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HERNANDEZ, MICHAEL “BIG MIKE” (REP) 885 X X
FARNSWORTH, DAVID CHRISTIAN (REP) 829 X X
State Senator – District No. 16 (DEM)
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CARMITCHEL, BENJAMIN “BEN” (DEM) 552 X X
State Senator – District No. 17 (REP)
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MESNARD, J.D. (REP) 1,095 X X
State Senator – District No. 17 (DEM)
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WEICHERT, STEVE (DEM) 1,604 X X
State Senator – District No. 18 (REP)
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SCHMUCK, FRANK (REP) 1,375 X X
State Senator – District No. 18 (DEM)
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BOWIE, SEAN (DEM) 1,176 X X
State Senator – District No. 19 (DEM)
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CHAVIRA CONTRERAS, LUPE (DEM) 756 X X
State Senator – District No. 20 (REP)
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LOFTUS, CHARLES (REP) 1,093 X X
BOYER, PAUL (REP) 725 X X
State Senator – District No. 20 (DEM)
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ERVIN, DOUGLAS (DEM) 1,233 X X
MARQUEZ, MATTHEW (DEM) 658
HERRERA, LARRY (DEM) (Withdrawn) 408 X
State Senator – District No. 21 (REP)
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GRAY, RICK (REP) 807 X X
MILLER, RANDY (REP) 694 X X
State Senator – District No. 22 (REP)
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VAN STEENWYK, CLAIR (REP) 1,996 X X
LIVINGSTON, DAVID (REP) 1,161
State Senator – District No. 22 (DEM)
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GARCIA, WENDY (DEM) 868 X X
WESTBROOK, BRIANNA (DEM) 570 X X
State Senator – District No. 23 (REP)
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UGENTI-RITA, MICHELLE (REP) 1,318 X X
SEARLES, GAVAN (REP) 706 X X
KELLY, KRISTINA (REP) 1,057 X X
JEFFRIES, TIMOTHY (REP) 1,093 X X
State Senator – District No. 23 (DEM)
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LOHMAN, DARIA (DEM) 1,366 X X
State Senator – District No. 24 (REP)
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ALGER, VICKI (REP) 348 X X
State Senator – District No. 24 (DEM)
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ALSTON, LELA (DEM) 1,519 X X
State Senator – District No. 25 (REP)
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WORSLEY, BOB (REP) 1,003 X X
PACE, TYLER (REP) 1,461 X X
State Senator – District No. 25 (DEM)
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MOHR-ALMEIDA, KATHY (DEM) 536 X X
State Senator – District No. 26 (REP)
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SPEAKMAN, REBECCA (REP) 403 X X
State Senator – District No. 26 (DEM)
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MENDEZ, JUAN (DEM) 603 X X
NEZ MANUEL, DEBBIE (DEM) 711 X X
State Senator – District No. 26 (GRN)
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WELLER, NICHOLAS (GRN) 57 X X
State Senator – District No. 27 (DEM)
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MIRANDA, CIPRIANO (DEM) 549 X X
RIOS, REBECCA (DEM) 539 X X
State Senator – District No. 28 (REP)
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BOWERS, KENNETH R “KEN”, JR (REP) 918 X X
BROPHY MCGEE, KATE (REP) 1,904 X X
State Senator – District No. 28 (DEM)
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MARSH, CHRISTINE PORTER (DEM) 1,158 X X
State Senator – District No. 29 (DEM)
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QUEZADA, MARTÍN J. (DEM) 1,252 X X
State Senator – District No. 30 (DEM)
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ESCONTRÍAS, GABRIEL, JR. (DEM) 348 X X
MARTINEZ, RAY D. (DEM) 719 X
NAVARRETE, OTONIEL “TONY” (DEM) 1,677 X X
State Representative – District No. 1 (REP)
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ROONEY, JODI (REP) 918 X X
CAMPBELL, NOEL (REP) 983 X X
STRINGER, DAVID (REP) 1,213 X X
State Representative – District No. 1 (DEM)
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GOGEK, ED (DEM) 543 X X
MANOLIS, JAN (DEM) 495 X X
State Representative – District No. 2 (REP)
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SIZER, ANTHONY (REP) 443 X X
ACKERLEY, JOHN CHRISTOPHER (REP) 357 X X
State Representative – District No. 2 (DEM)
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GABALDÓN, ROSANNA (DEM) 810 X X
HERNANDEZ, DANIEL, JR (DEM) 740 X X
State Representative – District No. 3 (DEM)
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CAJERO BEDFORD, OLIVIA (DEM) 578 X X
CANO, ANDRES (DEM) 1,051 X X
HERNANDEZ, ALMA (DEM) 1,103 X X
State Representative – District No. 3 (GRN)
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BAKER, BERYL (GRN)> 65
State Representative – District No. 4 (REP)
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HOPKINS, RICHARD (REP) 327
State Representative – District No. 4 (DEM)
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PETEN, GERALDINE “GERAE” (DEM) 824 X X
FERNANDEZ, CHARLENE (DEM) 990 X X
State Representative – District No. 4 (GRN)
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WILLIAMS, SARA MAE (GRN) 41 X X
State Representative – District No. 5 (REP)
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COBB, REGINA (REP) 875 X X
BIASIUCCI, LEO (REP) 1,005 X X
MOSLEY, PAUL (REP) 745 X X
JONES-ESPOSITO, JENNIFER (REP) 660 X X
State Representative – District No. 5 (DEM)
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MCCORD ROBINSON, MARY (DEM) 536 X X
State Representative – District No. 6 (REP)
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BLACKMAN, WALTER “WALT” (REP) 856 X X
MCDANIEL, STUART (REP) 841 X X
THORPE, BOB (REP) 764 X X
State Representative – District No. 6 (DEM)
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FRENCH, FELICIA (DEM) 1,342 X X
TYLER, BOBBY (DEM) 1,149 X X
State Representative – District No. 7 (REP)
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SHAMLEY, DOYEL (REP) 526 X X
State Representative – District No. 7 (DEM)
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TELLER, ARLANDO (DEM) 1,026 X X
TSOSIE, MYRON (DEM) 870 X X
State Representative – District No. 8 (REP)
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COOK, DAVID (REP) 853 X X
SHOPE, THOMAS “T.J.” (REP) 599 X X
State Representative – District No. 8 (DEM)
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CASILLAS, CARMEN (DEM) 572 X X
CORREA, PABLO (DEM) 675 X X
GROSS, LINDA C (DEM) 522 X X
State Representative – District No. 9 (REP)
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HENDERSON, ANA (REP) 771 X X
State Representative – District No. 9 (DEM)
POWERS HANNLEY, PAMELA (DEM) 817 X X
FRIESE, RANDALL “RANDY” (DEM) 661 X X
MARTIN, JP (DEM) 509 X X
State Representative – District No. 10 (REP)
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CLODFELTER, TODD (REP) 920 X X
State Representative – District No. 10 (DEM)
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3338″ LEE, NIKKI (DEM) 596 X X
ENGEL, KIRSTEN (DEM) 1,494 X X
DEGRAZIA, DOMINGO (DEM) 790 X X
RIPLEY, CATHERINE (DEM) 931 X X
State Representative – District No. 11 (REP)
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FINCHEM, MARK (REP) 700 X X
ROBERTS, BRET (REP) 836 X X
JONES, HOWELL “JONESY” (REP) 727 X X
KIMBALL, BRIDGER (REP) 522 X X
State Representative – District No. 11 (DEM)
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LYON, HOLLACE (DEM) 1,306 X X
MCCAIN, BARRY (DEM) 552 X X
QUIROZ, MARCELA (DEM) 619
State Representative – District No. 12 (REP)
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PETERSEN, WARREN (REP) <1,059/td> X X
GRANTHAM, TRAVIS (REP) 1,044 X X
SACHA, BLAKE (REP) <953/td> X X
MYERS, NICK (REP) 777 X X
State Representative – District No. 12 (DEM)
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BISACCIA, JOE (DEM) 584 X X
ROTHANS, D. J. (DEM) 594 X X
ROBINSON, LYNSEY (DEM) 752 X X
State Representative – District No. 13 (REP)
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OSBORNE, JOANNE (REP) 814 X X
TERRY, TREY (REP) 786 X X
DUNN, TIMOTHY “TIM” (REP) 1,128 X X
MITCHELL, DARIN (REP) 875 X X
State Representative – District No. 13 (DEM)
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TZITZURA, THOMAS (DEM) 531 X X
State Representative – District No. 14 (REP)
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GRIFFIN, GAIL (REP) 858 X X
NUTT, BECKY (REP) 680 X X
State Representative – District No. 14 (DEM)
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KARP, BOB (DEM) 484 X X
RENNE-LEON, SHELLEY (DEM) 606 X X
State Representative – District No. 15 (REP)
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BARTO, NANCY (REP) 905 X X
ALLEN, JOHN (REP) 875 X X
State Representative – District No. 15 (DEM)
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MACBETH, TONYA (DEM) 562 X X
GUNNIGLE, JULIE (DEM) 525 X X
SAMUELS, JENNIFER (DEM) 538 X X
State Representative – District No. 16 (REP)
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TOWNSEND, KELLY (REP) 867 X X
FILLMORE, JOHN (REP) 848 X X
KRIDLER, STEPHEN (REP) 642 X X
GODZICH, LISA (REP) 797 X X
HICKMAN, BONNIE (REP) 679 X X
PHELPS, TARA (REP) 770 X X
State Representative – District No. 16 (DEM)
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STINARD, SHARON (DEM) 815 X X
State Representative – District No. 17 (REP)
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WENINGER, JEFF (REP) 1,307 X X
WILLOUGHBY, JULIE (REP) 879 X X
ELLEN, NORA (REP) 937 X X
State Representative – District No. 17 (DEM)
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PAWLIK, JENNIFER (DEM) 1,801 X X
State Representative – District No. 18 (REP)
NORGAARD, JILL (REP) 1,186 X X
SHIFA, FARHANA (REP) 802 X X
PATTERSON, GREG (REP) 776 X X
HAWKER, DON (REP) 519
State Representative – District No. 18 (DEM)
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STUBEN, LADAWN (DEM) 679 X X
JERMAINE, JENNIFER (DEM) 966 X X
EPSTEIN, DENISE “MITZI” (DEM) 1,114 X X
State Representative – District No. 19 (DEM)
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SIERRA, LORENZO (DEM) 1,024 X X
ESPINOZA, DIEGO (DEM) 1,024 X X
DEL PALACIO, DEVIN (DEM) 566 X X
State Representative – District No. 20 (REP)
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KERN, ANTHONY (REP) 684 X X
BOLICK, SHAWNNA (REP) 1,098 X X
State Representative – District No. 20 (DEM)
GILFILLAN, CHRISTOPHER “CHRIS” (DEM) 1,220 X X
CHURCH, PATRICK (DEM) 682 X X
ANDERSON, DAN (DEM) 696 X X
CHANDLER, HAZEL (DEM) 569 X X
State Representative – District No. 21 (REP)
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PAYNE, KEVIN (REP) 773 X X
RIVERO, TONY (REP) 914 X X
State Representative – District No. 21 (DEM)
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HUGHES, BRADLEY (DEM) 1,033 X X
ROMERO, GILBERT (DEM) 910 X X
State Representative – District No. 22 (REP)
CARROLL, FRANK (REP) 769 X X
TOMA, BEN (REP) 905 X X
BULLOCK, MATT (REP) 744 X X
HEEP, JOHN (REP) 2,142 X X
ENGEN, KELLIE (REP) 731 X X
State Representative – District No. 22 (DEM)
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SARMIENTO, TERI (DEM) 1,095 X X
HARRIS, VALERIE (DEM) 773 X X
State Representative – District No. 23 (REP)
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LAWRENCE, JAY (REP) 1,223 X X
KAVANAGH, JOHN (REP) 954 X X
State Representative – District No. 23 (DEM)
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KURLAND, ERIC (DEM) 1,053 X X
State Representative – District No. 24 (REP)
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ALGER, DAVID, SR (REP) 340 X X
State Representative – District No. 24 (DEM)
CLARK, KEN (DEM) 1,416 X X
GLENN, JOHN (DEM) 1,370 X X
LINK, DENISE (DEM) 445 X X
FERRELL, MARCUS (DEM) 1,514 X X
SHAH, AMISH (DEM) 2,327 X X
DOMINGUEZ, FRED (DEM) 422 X X
LONGDON, JENNIFER (DEM) 1,263 X X
State Representative – District No. 25 (REP)
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BOWERS, RUSSELL W. “RUSTY” (REP) 1,015 X X
UDALL, MICHELLE (REP) 921 X X
HINTON, MARLENE (REP) 886 X X
State Representative – District No. 25 (DEM)
MARTIN, JOHNNY (DEM) 651 X X
State Representative – District No. 26 (REP)
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SPEAKMAN, RAYMOND D (REP) 418 X X
State Representative – District No. 26 (DEM)
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SALMAN, ATHENA (DEM) 592 X X
BLANC, ISELA (DEM) 583 X X
State Representative – District No. 27 (DEM)
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SANCHEZ GARCIA, ROBERTO (DEM) 679 X X
BOLDING, REGINALD (DEM) 605 X X
RODRIGUEZ, DIEGO (DEM) 526 X X
ADAMS, TALONYA (DEM) 528
State Representative – District No. 28 (REP)
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SYMS, MARIA (REP) 1,394 X X
PAPPAS PETSAS, KATHY (REP) 1,336
State Representative – District No. 28 (DEM)
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BUTLER, KELLI (DEM) 1,562 X X
LIEBERMAN, AARON (DEM) 821 X X
State Representative – District No. 29 (DEM)
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ANDRADE, RICHARD (DEM) 1,176 X X
CHAVEZ, CESAR (DEM) 740 X X
State Representative – District No. 30 (REP)
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SPEARS, GARY (REP) 301 X X
State Representative – District No. 30 (DEM)
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BROTHERTON, BILL (DEM) 794 X X
TERÁN, RAQUEL (DEM) 836 X X
MEZA, ROBERT (DEM) 795 X X
LARIOS, ALEJANDRO (DEM) 1,167 X X

In the matter of Eric Thomas and the United States Air Force Academy

 

 

2010
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
10/15 Divide Incident 20 Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 90

10/22 First Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas and Munson discussed “Divide Incident.” Thomas met approximately twice with Special Agent Munson to provide information and receive directives/levies. Thomas is directed to “keep an eye out.” No Yes Yes
10/29 Thomas enters into first agreement to become a Confidential Informant (CI). Thomas first signs Declaration of Agreement. The first security form requires Thomas to agree not to discuss his engagement with anyone outside of OSI. This key information was denied/not acknowledged in the DoD OIG Report. No UNKNOWN Yes
11/3 Thomas provides written statement to Special Agent Munson No UNKNOWN Yes
11/15 Thomas is formally removed from conduct probation Actual Career Demerits: 90 Yes Yes N/A
2011
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
2/1 On or around this date, Thomas provides Special Agent Munson written documentation concerning [Name redacted], sexual assault victim [Victim’s Name Redacted] and the “Divide CO” party. Special Agent Munson provides information stating Claxton is a person of interest concerning sexual assaults(s). Tasked/directed Thomas to track and monitor Claxton. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN N/A
3/4 Claxton sexually assaults [Victim’s Name Redacted] . [Victim’s Name Redacted] decides to make “restricted report.”  USAFA did not know of this misconduct at the time of the incident. If it was discussed at the time of misconduct and OSI due diligence, USAFA would have known: the existence/directives of OSI, a sexual assault incident, Thomas would have immediately told the Squadron Commander of the presence of alcohol. Thomas would have stated that he did not know the female, that she was a freshman, tolerated a female behind closed doors and the Claxton case would’ve been investigated. 129 OSI Related Demerits

Total OSI Related Demerits: 219

Actual Career Demerits: 90

Total Demerits: 219

Yes No Yes
3/5 [Victim’s Name Redacted] makes restricted report to SARC. Thus, no investigation. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Yes
3/8 Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas explained Claxton incident. Munson directs/levies Thomas to closely monitor/track Claxton No action taken because of restricted report, no investigation. No UNKNOWN Yes
4/10 Form 10 – Smoking Hookah 40 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits:120

Total Demerits: 249

Yes Yes N/A
8/4 Met Special Agent “Joe.” Thomas was asked for any information by “Joe.” Thomas had none to report. Thomas is instructed to continue Claxton directives and to call OSI with any information. No UNKNOWN Yes
8/13 Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Continued prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents. Yes Yes N/A
9/10 Signed out according to the CSP. Thomas continued under prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents occurred/to report. Yes Yes N/A
11/3 Failure to clean room 5 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 125

Total Demerits: 254

Yes Yes N/A
11/4 Second Sexual Assault attack by Claxton was prevented by Thomas. Did not receive demerits at the time of the incident. Signed out and prevented the sexual assault of [Victim’s Name Redacted]. Thomas would not have received demerits for this incident if he had not provided a written statement (and been directed/tasked by OSI.) 70 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits:125

Total Demerits: 324

No Yes Yes
11/4 Provided Claxton statement (only concerning the events of 11/4) and [Victim’s Name Redacted], (not March 2011 incident regarding [Victim’s Name Redacted]) to USAF Security Force. No Yes Yes
11/5 Signed out according to the CSP. Drove sexual assault victim, [Victim’s Name Redacted] home from the hospital. Yes Yes N/A
11/11 OSI requested meeting with Thomas. Thomas signed out according to CSP. Thomas had his first meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas provided a written statement concerning Claxton and the 11/4 incident. Thomas provided information on the Asher Clark incident of February 2011. Thomas was directed/levied for multiple targets of investigation. No Yes Yes
11/24 After learning about [Victim’s Name Redacted], [Victim’s Name Redacted] requests her sexual assault report be “unrestricted” to allow an investigation No Yes Yes
11/28 Thomas requested meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information about the March 2011 incident concerning [Victim’s Name Redacted] and Claxton. No Yes Yes
11/28 Thomas’ documented involvement w/OSI date confirmed by OSI No Yes Yes
11/30 Thomas informs Special Agent Enos of upcoming cadet party on 12/2/11. Thomas is directed to attend the party. No No/Yes Yes
12/2 Thomas signs out according to CSP. Thomas has a pre-briefing w/Special Agent Enos concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to continue gathering information on multiple targets. Yes Yes N/A
12/3 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to watch multiple targets. Thomas rewrites Claxton statement, as directed, to include both the 11/4 and 3/4/11 incidents on single document. No Yes Yes
12/3 -4 Initiation of Operation Gridiron OSI opens investigation after being informed that multiple cadets have used marijuana, synthetic marijuana, Ketamine and Rohypnol. Investigation involves over 30 cadets. Yes Yes N/A
12/7 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Signed second Declaration of Agreement and second Security Documentation. Key date of discussion: According to USAFA leadership and various investigative reports, 12/7/11 is the date of OSI engagement. Total OSI Related Demerits (to date): 199

Actual Career Demerits:125

Total Demerits: 324

Yes No No
12/9 CS- 34, AOC, Maj Granistosky requests Thomas’ written testimony from OSI. This jeopardizes Claxton investigation. Granistosky uses Thomas’ written testimony for OSI against him. Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
12/10 12/1 Thomas is directed to conduct operation involving Beau Riebe and marijuana. Thomas signs out according to CSP. Yes Yes Yes
12/10 Part of Form-10 “Discipline form.” Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signed out and conducted OSI operation. Thomas would later be given demerits for OSI operation. OSI Related Demerits: 110

Actual Career Demerits: 125

Total Demerits: 434

12/13 Thomas is administered a polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI.” Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation. Thomas would later be given demerits for OSI op. Yes Yes Yes
2012
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
1/3 Special Agent Enos and OSI directs Thomas to stop signing out for OSI related operations.  Important when considering demerits and known misconduct. All demerits are a result of both following USAFA sign-out procedures and/or my own written statements. Thus, the only reason Thomas did not receive additional OSI related demerits past this date is because of SA Enos directive him to NOT follow USAFA policies or rules.   Does not discuss No N/A
1/4 Not Cleaning Room 4 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 129

Total Demerits: 438

Yes Yes N/A
1/9 Maj. Granistosky requests Thomas’ written statement provided to OSI. Does not discuss Yes Yes
1/16 Using Thomas’ written statement for OSI, Maj Granistosky initiates a SCRB Yes Yes Yes
1/17 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he will be given a Hearing Officer and directed not to discuss OSI involvement at SCRB or GRB. Yes No N/A
1/19 SCRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during SCRB. No Yes N/A
1/23 GRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during GRB No Yes N/A
1/24 Form 10 – For multiple events from 3/11, 11/11, and multiple OTF’s Cumulative Total 309 demerits/176 confinements/99 tours. Date in which total demerits concerning OSI and the Claxton case are formally given. OSI Related Demerits: 309

Actual Career Demerits: 129

Total Demerits: 438

No Yes N/A
1/31 Air Officer Commander (AOC) issues Letter of Reprimand to Thomas. Yes Yes N/A
4/13 Thomas was provided ”Immunity documentation” from Superintendent, Lt. Gen Gould:
“…Under this immunity, your testimony and statements, as well as information directly or indirectly derived therefrom, may not be used against you in a later trial by court-martial…”
No Yes N/A
5/8 Form 10 – Late to Cadet Quarters shift OSI Related Demerits: 20

Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits: 458

Yes Yes N/A
5/8 Thomas receives no more “negative Form 10’s” after 8 May 2012. Therefore, he receives no more demerits. Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits: 458

No Yes Yes
6/1 Lt. Col Gryzen obtains Thomas from class and directs him to the OSI office. Thomas contacted and met with Special Agent Enos and conducted an OSI operation. Yes No N/A
6/18 Claxton Court Martial Convened Yes Yes Yes
6/26 Thomas is unaware, and was not informed of or received documentation concerning “new O-299” Yes No N/A
6/5 O-299 CG-4CC Concurs with disenrollment by signing O-299 No Yes N/A
7/20 O-299 Vice Commandant of Cadet signed sending case to Military Review Committee (MRC) No Yes N/A
7/23 On or about this date, Special Agent Enos and Thomas are told there would be a MRC No Yes N/A
8/5 Thomas requested that Ms. Curnell (coordinator in Commander’s office for MCR actions) speak with OSI and Special Agent Enos to attend the MRC Yes Yes N/A
8/7 Special Agent Enos states, “Your AOC despises you and assumes you will be kicked out because of his scrub comments.” Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
8/8 Special Agent Enos states: “Me and SA Crist talked about this (the MRC). Our commander is a terrible public speaker and he does not know you. I am a better public speaker and know you very well.” No Yes No
8/28 Special Agent Enos states: ”You will be moved to another squadron. Say you want to graduate more than anything and you have made mistakes that you learned from. You can tell them you have assisted OSI but cannot elaborate. They can call me with any questions during the MRC. I hope you don’t feel like I worked you until you can’t work anymore.” Does not discuss Yes N/A
8/28 Special Agent Enos confirms he will attend the MRC, “I will come in and speak on your behalf about Claxton tomorrow”. No Yes Yes
9/21 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he is out of the country and to call OSI for any questions/concerns Yes No Yes
9/24 First FOIA request made for all documentation concerning Thomas’ engagement with OSI. Government fails to respond. Yes No No
10/3 Thomas’ mother sends an email to OSI Public Affairs, attention of Ms. Linda Card. Mother seeks an audience with OSI together with USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss N/A
10/7 Thomas requests OSI documents from Special Agent Enos to provide to his chain of command. Special Agent Enos ordered to not respond. Yes No N/A
10/11 Thomas makes a last attempt to speak with Special Agent Enos via text/phone call.

All communication with Special Agent Enos ends prior to disenrollment.

Special Agent Enos does not response. Enos is ordered to not respond and end all communication prior to disenrollment. Yes No Yes
2013
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
3/13 Thomas goes to Inspector General’s Office (IGO) to make an IGO complaint and/or Congressional Inquiry. Thomas is told that he would need more documentation to for my allegations concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/7 Thomas’ mother meets with Col. Anderson, and requests his involvement concerning OSI and squadron concerns Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson briefly explaining the connection of OSI and the misconduct. He requests Anderson’s assistance concerning squadron matters and an audience with OSI. Does not discuss Yes N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson and provides him with Thomas’ squadrons “CS-34 MFR” plea for assistance from USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/13 Thomas emails Lt. Col. Tilo requesting him to attend the meeting between USAFA/OSI permanent party. Thomas requests additional meeting with him/counsel/USAFA and requested OSI documentation. Thomas receives no response. No Yes Yes
3/13 Lt. Col. Gryzen orders he and Thomas meet concerning the email and MFR for Col. Anderson. Lt. Col. Gryzen orders an apology to Col. Anderson and “mutinous” behavior. Yes No N/A
3/21 Thomas goes to IGO’s on Academy grounds. Thomas makes official IGO complaint concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss Yes
3/22 Thomas files second FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos, Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and [Victim’s name redacted] 2010 statements. Thomas is  inexplicably not provided proof of OSI engagement after a second official request for records prior to disenrollment. No Does not discuss Yes
4/8 During disenrollment, Thomas desperately requests to speak with the Supt. Lt. Gen. Gould to discuss/explain the connection of OSI and misconduct. Thomas was denied request to meet with Gould prior to disenrollment. Thomas was advised of this by a non-commissioned officer. Yes No No
4/8 Thomas is disenrolled from the USAF Academy Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits with OSI investigative work: 458

Yes Yes Yes
4/8  A Sexual Assault victim provides witness documentation concerning the incident with Claxton on March 2011 to assist reversal of Thomas’ disenrollment. The Sexual Assault victim was the vicitm from the Claxton in March 2011. No Yes No
4/16 Thomas follows up with IG complaint of 3/21/2013. Thomas completes second IGO complaint to include a Congressional Inquiry, includes fact that he was not able to meet with Lt. Gen. Gould and receive OSI documentation. Yes No Does not discuss
6/1 Special Agent Enos claims that he begins to experience retaliation from Lt. Col. Tilo as a result of the Congressional Inquiry No No Yes
6/5 Thomas receives Congressional response: “On April 23, 2013, AFOSI leaned that responsive records were located at the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) at Suitland, Maryland.” Yes No Does not discuss
6/5 Congressional response reads: “At no time did AFOSI direct or influence Cadet Thomas to break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” Thomas finally received partial documentation to include but not limited to OSI Source Meet Reports. They disprove claim that Thomas was not directed to “break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” No Yes Yes
6/16 Thomas files third FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and [Victim’s name redacted] 2010. No Yes Yes
7/11 Thomas receives additional OSI documentation via Congressional request. Only now does Thomas have in his possession any type of substantial documentation from OSI to provide for USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
7/15 Thomas begins to tell his story to writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette N/A N/A N/A
9/27 Cadet Thomas discharged from the Air Force Yes Yes Yes
12/1 Colorado Springs Gazette release first article: “Honor and Deception” N/A N/A N/A
12/5 USAFA responds to article. According to experts, “Displays and states minimal understanding of “CI program.” USAF claimed the OSI program and all relevant information did not exist. Yes No Yes
12/19 USAFA Supt. Lt Gen. Michelle Johnson orders IGO inquiry. Denies any involvement and connection between OSI and disenrollment. No No Yes
2014
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
2/20 The February IG Report is released. Falsely claims Thomas’ involvement with OSI began 12/7/2011. Yes No No
5/1 Thomas begins working with Sen. Kristen Gillibrand’s office. Yes Does not discuss Yes
5/27 Special Agent Enos provides “MFR for Congress.” USAFA did not know this information prior to disenrollment or later media productions.
Begins to escalate and draw national attention.
Yes Yes Yes
8/1 Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article reveals 2/3 party concerning the use of “Roofies, marijuana and other illicit drugs. This article provides the USAFA the first understanding and acknowledgment, publicly, of my engagement with OSI.
USAFA leadership did not correctly understand the depth and magnitude of the discussed story and its engagement/connection with OSI prior to disenrollment or this article.
No Yes Yes
8/3 Because of the Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article USAFA Supt. Lt. Gen. Johnson initiates an investigation into the USAF Athletic Department. No No Yes
8/9 NY Times publishes: Informant Debate Renewed as Air Force Revisits Cadet Misconduct Yes Yes Yes
8/20 As NY Times article indicates, Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Thune sign a bi-partisan letter for investigation of Thomas’ case. Yes Does not discuss Yes
11/5 ESPN airs E:60 “Operation Gridiron” Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
11/29 ABC’s Nightline releases Operation Gridiron Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
2015
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
2/10 Thomas interview with DoD OIG investigator, Ms. Erika Westry, in Wasington, DC. N/A Does not discuss Yes
3/11 Claxton Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Yes Yes
3/12 OSI testimony during Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
3/13 Special Agent Enos and Thomas requests an audience from USAFA leadership. Request was denied. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette states: “Testimony revealed that former Cadet Eric Thomas may have signed initial paperwork to become a confidential informant months earlier than Academy officals have admitted and that OSI officials may have lied to top Academy brass about the nature of Thomas’ work.” The Colorado Springs Gazette report begins the exposure of erroneous information and action taken by USAFA and OSI leadership leading up to disenrollment. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette releases article: Hearing Testimony Reveals Subterfuge Of Air Force Academy Informant Program No Yes Yes
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In The Matter Of Eric Thomas USAF Academy – Gridiron

 

2010
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
10/15 Divide Incident 20 Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 90

10/22 First Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas and Munson discussed “Divide Incident.” Thomas met approximately twice with Special Agent Munson to provide information and receive directives/levies. Thomas is directed to “keep an eye out.” No Yes Yes
10/29 Thomas enters into first agreement to become a Confidential Informant (CI). Thomas first signs Declaration of Agreement. The first security form requires Thomas to agree not to discuss his engagement with anyone outside of OSI. This key information was denied/not acknowledged in the DoD OIG Report. No UNKNOWN Yes
11/3 Thomas provides written statement to Special Agent Munson No UNKNOWN Yes
11/15 Thomas is formally removed from conduct probation Actual Career Demerits: 90 Yes Yes N/A
2011
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
3/4 Claxton sexually assaults Victim USAFA did not know of this misconduct at the time of the incident. If it was discussed at the time of misconduct and OSI due diligence, USAFA would have known: the existence/directives of OSI, a sexual assault incident, Thomas would have immediately told the Squadron Commander of the presence of alcohol. Thomas would have stated that he did not know the female, that she was a freshman, tolerated a female behind closed doors and the Claxton case would’ve been investigated. 129 OSI Related Demerits

Total OSI Related Demerits: 219

Actual Career Demerits: 90

Total Demerits: 219

No Yes N/A
4/10 Form 10 – Smoking Hookah 40 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits:120

Total Demerits: 249

Yes Yes N/A
11/3 Failure to clean room 5 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 125

Total Demerits: 254

Yes Yes N/A
2/1 On or around this date, Thomas provided Special Agent Munson written documentation concerning Willie Gilbert, sexual assault victim [Victim’s Name Redacted] and the “Divide CO” party. Special Agent Munson provides information stating Claxton is a person of interest concerning sexual assaults(s). Tasked/directed Thomas to track and monitor Claxton. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN N/A
3/4 Claxton sexually assaults [Victim’s Name Redacted] . [Victim’s Name Redacted] decides to make “restricted report.” Yes No Yes
3/5 [Victim’s Name Redacted] makes restricted report to SARC. Thus, no investigation. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Yes
3/8 Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas explained Claxton incident. Munson directs/levies Thomas to closely monitor/track Claxton No action taken because of restricted report, no investigation. No UNKNOWN Yes
8/4 Met Special Agent “Joe.” Thomas was asked for any information by “Joe.” Thomas had none to report. Thomas is instructed to continue Claxton directives and to call OSI with any information. No UNKNOWN Yes
8/13 Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Continued prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents. Yes Yes N/A
9/10 Signed out according to the CSP. Thomas continued under prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents occurred/to report. Yes Yes N/A
11/4 Second Sexual Assault attack by Claxton was prevented by Thomas. Did not receive demerits at the time of the incident. Signed out and prevented the sexual assault of [Victim’s Name Redacted]. Thomas would not have received demerits for this incident if he had not provided a written statement (and been directed/tasked by OSI.) 70 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits:125

Total Demerits: 324

No Yes Yes
11/4 Provided Claxton statement (only concerning the events of 11/4) and [Victim’s Name Redacted], (not March 2011 incident regarding [Victim’s Name Redacted]) to USAF Security Force. No Yes Yes
11/5 Signed out according to the CSP. Drove sexual assault victim, [Victim’s Name Redacted] home from the hospital. Yes Yes N/A
11/11 OSI requested meeting with Thomas. Thomas signed out according to CSP. Thomas had his first meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas provided a written statement concerning Claxton and the 11/4 incident. Thomas provided information on the Asher Clark incident of February 2011. Thomas was directed/levied for multiple targets of investigation. No Yes Yes
11/24 After learning about [Victim’s Name Redacted], [Victim’s Name Redacted] requests her sexual assault report be “unrestricted” to allow an investigation No Yes Yes
11/28 Thomas requested meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information about the March 2011 incident concerning [Victim’s Name Redacted] and Claxton. No Yes Yes
11/28 Thomas’ documented involvement w/OSI date confirmed by OSI No Yes Yes
11/30 Thomas informs Special Agent Enos of upcoming cadet party on 12/2/11. Thomas is directed to attend the party. No No/Yes Yes
12/2 Thomas signs out according to CSP. Thomas has a pre-briefing w/Special Agent Enos concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to continue gathering information on multiple targets. Yes Yes N/A
12/3 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to watch multiple targets. Thomas rewrites Claxton statement, as directed, to include both the 11/4 and 3/4/11 incidents on single document. No Yes Yes
12/3 -4 Initiation of Operation Gridiron OSI opens investigation after being informed that multiple cadets have used marijuana, synthetic marijuana, Ketamine and Rohypnol. Investigation involves over 30 cadets. Yes Yes N/A
12/7 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Signed second Declaration of Agreement and second Security Documentation. Key date of discussion: According to USAFA leadership and various investigative reports, 12/7/11 is the date of OSI engagement. Total OSI Related Demerits (to date): 199Actual Career Demerits:125

Total Demerits: 324

Yes No No
12/9 CS- 34, AOC, Maj Granistosky requests Thomas’ written testimony from OSI. This jeopardizes Claxton investigation. Granistosky uses Thomas’ written testimony for OSI against him. Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
12/10 12/1 Thomas is directed to conduct operation involving Beau Riebe and marijuana. Thomas signs out according to CSP. Yes Yes Yes
12/10 Part of Form-10 “Discipline form.” Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signed out and conducted OSI operation. OSI Related Demerits: 110

Actual Career Demerits: 125

Total Demerits: 434

12/13 Thomas is administered a polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI.” Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation. Yes Yes Yes
2012
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
1/3 Special Agent Enos and OSI directs Thomas to stop signing out for OSI related operations. Does not discuss No N/A
1/4 Not Cleaning Room 4 OSI Related Demerits

Actual Career Demerits: 129

Total Demerits: 438

Yes Yes N/A
1/9 Maj. Granistosky requests Thomas’ written statement provided to OSI. Does not discuss Yes Yes
1/16 Using Thomas’ written statement for OSI, Maj Granistosky initiates a SCRB Yes Yes Yes
1/17 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he will be given a Hearing Officer and directed not to discuss OSI involvement at SCRB or GRB. Yes No N/A
1/19 SCRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during SCRB. No Yes N/A
1/23 GRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during GRB No Yes N/A
1/24 Form 10 – For multiple events from 3/11, 11/11, and multiple OTF’s Cumulative Total 309 demerits/176 confinements/99 tours. Date in which total demerits concerning OSI and the Claxton case are formally given. OSI Related Demerits: 309

Actual Career Demerits: 129

Total Demerits: 438

No Yes N/A
1/31 Air Officer Commander (AOC) issues Letter of Reprimand to Thomas. Yes Yes N/A
4/13 Thomas was provided ”Immunity documentation” from Superintendent, Lt. Gen Gould:
“…Under this immunity, your testimony and statements, as well as information directly or indirectly derived therefrom, may not be used against you in a later trial by court-martial…”
No Yes N/A
5/8 Form 10 – Late to Cadet Quarters shift OSI Related Demerits: 20

Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits: 458

Yes Yes N/A
5/8 Thomas receives no more “negative Form 10’s” after 8 May 2012. Therefore, he receives no more demerits. Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits: 458

No Yes Yes
6/1 Lt. Col Gryzen obtains Thomas from class and directs him to the OSI office. Thomas contacted and met with Special Agent Enos and conducted an OSI operation. Yes No N/A
6/18 Claxton Court Martial Convened Yes Yes Yes
6/26 Thomas is unaware, and was not informed of or received documentation concerning “new O-299” Yes No N/A
6/5 O-299 CG-4CC Concurs with disenrollment by signing O-299 No Yes N/A
7/20 O-299 Vice Commandant of Cadet signed sending case to Military Review Committee (MRC) No Yes N/A
7/23 On or about this date, Special Agent Enos and Thomas are told there would be a MRC No Yes N/A
8/5 Thomas requested that Ms. Curnell (coordinator in Commander’s office for MCR actions) speak with OSI and Special Agent Enos to attend the MRC Yes Yes N/A
8/7 Special Agent Enos states, “Your AOC despises you and assumes you will be kicked out because of his scrub comments.” Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
8/8 Special Agent Enos states: “Me and SA Crist talked about this (the MRC). Our commander is a terrible public speaker and he does not know you. I am a better public speaker and know you very well.” No Yes No
8/28 Special Agent Enos states: ”You will be moved to another squadron. Say you want to graduate more than anything and you have made mistakes that you learned from. You can tell them you have assisted OSI but cannot elaborate. They can call me with any questions during the MRC. I hope you don’t feel like I worked you until you can’t work anymore.” Does not discuss Yes N/A
8/28 Special Agent Enos confirms he will attend the MRC, “I will come in and speak on your behalf about Claxton tomorrow”. No Yes Yes
9/21 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he is out of the country and to call OSI for any questions/concerns Yes No Yes
9/24 First FOIA request made for all documentation concerning Thomas’ engagement with OSI. Government fails to respond. Yes No No
10/3 Thomas’ mother sends an email to OSI Public Affairs, attention of Ms. Linda Card. Mother seeks an audience with OSI together with USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss N/A
10/7 Thomas requests OSI documents from Special Agent Enos to provide to his chain of command. Special Agent Enos fails to respond. Yes No N/A
10/11 Thomas makes a last attempt to speak with Special Agent Enos via text/phone call. Special Agent Enos does not response. All communication with Special Agent Enos ends prior to disenrollment. No No Yes
2013
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
3/13 Thomas goes to Inspector General’s Office (IGO) to make an IGO complaint and/or Congressional Inquiry. Thomas is told that he would need more documentation to for my allegations concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/7 Thomas’ mother meets with Col. Anderson, and requests his involvement concerning OSI and squadron concerns Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson briefly explaining the connection of OSI and the misconduct. He requests Anderson’s assistance concerning squadron matters and an audience with OSI. Does not discuss Yes N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson and provides him with Thomas’ squadrons “CS-34 MFR” plea for assistance from USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/13 Thomas emails Lt. Col. Tilo requesting him to attend the meeting between USAFA/OSI permanent party. Thomas requests additional meeting with him/counsel/USAFA and requested OSI documentation. Thomas receives no response. No Yes Yes
3/13 Lt. Col. Gryzen orders he and Thomas meet concerning the email and MFR for Col. Anderson. Lt. Col. Gryzen orders an apology to Col. Anderson and “mutinous” behavior. Yes No N/A
3/21 Thomas goes to IGO’s on Academy grounds. Thomas makes official IGO complaint concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss Yes
3/22 Thomas files second FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos, Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 statements. Thomas is mysteriously not provided proof of OSI engagement after a second official request for records prior to disenrollment. No Does not discuss Yes
4/8 During disenrollment, Thomas desperately requests to speak with the Supt. Lt. Gen. Gould to discuss/explain the connection of OSI and misconduct. Thomas was denied request to meet with Gould prior to disenrollment. Thomas was advised of this by a non-commissioned officer. Yes No No
4/8 Thomas is disenrolled from the USAF Academy Actual Career Demerits: 149

Total Demerits: 458

Yes Yes Yes
4/8 A Sexual Assault victim provides witness documentation concerning the incident with Claxton on March 2011 to assist reversal of Thomas’ disenrollment. No Yes No
4/16 Thomas follows up with IG complaint of 3/21/2013. Thomas completes second IGO complaint to include a Congressional Inquiry, includes fact that he was not able to meet with Lt. Gen. Gould and receive OSI documentation. Yes No Does not discuss
6/1 Special Agent Enos claims that he begins to experience retaliation from Lt. Col. Tilo as a result of the Congressional Inquiry No No Yes
6/5 Thomas receives Congressional response: “On April 23, 2013, AFOSI leaned that responsive records were located at the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) at Suitland, Maryland.” Yes No Does not discuss
6/5 Congressional response reads: “At no time did AFOSI direct or influence Cadet Thomas to break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” Thomas finally received partial documentation to include but not limited to OSI Source Meet Reports. They disprove claim that Thomas was not directed to “break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” No Yes Yes
7/11 Thomas receives additional OSI documentation via Congressional request. Only now does Thomas have in his possession any type of substantial documentation from OSI to provide for USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
6/16 Thomas files third FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010. No Yes Yes
7/15 Thomas begins to tell his story to writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette N/A N/A N/A
9/27 Cadet Thomas discharged from the Air Force Yes Yes Yes
12/1 Colorado Springs Gazette release first article: “Honor and Deception” N/A N/A N/A
12/5 USAFA responds to article. According to experts, “Displays and states minimal understanding of “CI program.” USAF claimed the OSI program and all relevant information did not exist. Yes No Yes
12/19 USAFA Supt. Lt Gen. Michelle Johnson orders IGO inquiry. Denies any involvement and connection between OSI and disenrollment. No No Yes
2014
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
2/20 The February IG Report is released. Falsely claims Thomas’ involvement with OSI began 12/7/2011. Yes No No
5/1 Thomas begins working with Sen. Kristen Gillibrand’s office. Yes Does not discuss Yes
5/27 Special Agent Enos provides “MFR for Congress.” USAFA did not know this information prior to disenrollment or later media productions.
Begins to escalate and draw national attention.
Yes Yes Yes
8/1 Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article reveals 2/3 party concerning the use of “Roofies, marijuana and other illicit drugs. This article provides the USAFA the first understanding and acknowledgment, publicly, of my engagement with OSI.
USAFA leadership did not correctly understand the depth and magnitude of the discussed story and its engagement/connection with OSI prior to disenrollment or this article.
No Yes Yes
8/3 Because of the Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article USAFA Supt. Lt. Gen. Johnson initiates an investigation into the USAF Athletic Department. No No Yes
8/9 NY Times publishes: Informant Debate Renewed as Air Force Revisits Cadet Misconduct Yes Yes Yes
8/20 As NY Times article indicates, Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Thune sign a bi-partisan letter for investigation of Thomas’ case. Yes Does not discuss Yes
11/5 ESPN airs E:60 “Operation Gridiron” Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
11/29 ABC’s Nightline releases Operation Gridiron Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
2015
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report BCMR Findings UCMJ Court of Appeals
2/10 Thomas interview with DoD OIG investigator, Ms. Erika Westry, in Wasington, DC. N/A Does not discuss Yes
3/11 Claxton Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Yes Yes
3/12 OSI testimony during Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
3/13 Special Agent Enos and Thomas requests an audience from USAFA leadership. Request was denied. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette states: “Testimony revealed that former Cadet Eric Thomas may have signed initial paperwork to become a confidential informant months earlier than Academy officals have admitted and that OSI officials may have lied to top Academy brass about the nature of Thomas’ work.” The Colorado Springs Gazette report begins the exposure of erroneous information and action taken by USAFA and OSI leadership leading up to disenrollment. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette releases article: Hearing Testimony Reveals Subterfuge Of Air Force Academy Informant Program No Yes Yes
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Location:  600 E 14th Tucson AZ 85711

Mascot: Roadrunners

Year Built:  approx. 1960

Year Closed: 2010

Board of record: Judy Burns, Miguel Cuevas, Bruce Burke, Adelita S Grijalva, Mark Stegeman

Supervisor of record:  Dr. Celania-Fagen

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USAF Eric Thomas

 

In the matter of Eric Thomas – USAFA
Department of Defense – Office of Inspector General = DoD OIG Board of Corrections for Military Records = BCMR United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces = UCMJ Court of Appeals Office of Special Investigations = OSI Confidential informant = CI Cadet Sight Picture = CSP (Policy and Guidance for Cadets) ???? = SCRB ??? = GRB
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report: BCMR Findings: UCMJ Court of Appeals
10/15/10 Divide Incident
10/15: 20 Demerits
Career Demerits: 90
10/22/10 First Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas and Munson discussed “Divide Incident.”  Thomas met approximately twice with Special Agent Munson to provide information and receive directives/levies. Thomas is directed to “keep an eye out.” No Yes Yes
11/3/10 Provided written statement to Special Agent Munson No UNKNOWN Yes
11/15/10 Thomas is formally removed from conduct probation Yes Yes N/A
3/4/11 Claxton Sexually Assaults Victim

 

USAFA did not know of this misconduct at the time of the incident. If it was discussed at the time of misconduct and OSI due diligence, USAFA would have known: the existence/directives of OSI, a sexual assault incident, Thomas would have immediately told the Squadron Commander of the presence of alcohol. Thomas would have stated that he did not know the female, that she was a freshman, tolerated a female behind closed doors and the Claxton case would’ve been investigated.
3/4/11: 129 OSI Related Demerits
Total OSI Related Demerits: 219
Actual Career Demerits: 90
Total Demerits: 219
No Yes N/A
4/10/11 Form 10 – Smoking Hookah
4/5/11: 30 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits:120
Total Demerits: 249
Yes Yes N/A
11/3/11 Failure to clean room
5 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits: 125
Total Demerits: 254
Yes Yes N/A
In the matter of Eric Thomas as a CI — Oct 2010 – Aug 2012
10/29/10 Thomas enters into first agreement to become a Confidential Informant (CI). Thomas first signs Declaration of Agreement. The first security form requires Thomas to agree not to discuss his engagement with anyone outside of OSI.

 

 This key information was denied/not acknowledged by DoD OIG Report. No UNKNOWN Yes
2/1/ 11 On or around this date, Thomas provided Special Agent Munson written documentation concerning Willie Gilbert, sexual assault victim [Victim’s Name Redacted] and the “Divide CO” party.  Special Agent Munson provides information stating Claxton is a person of interest concerning sexual assaults(s). Tasked/directed Thomas to track and monitor Claxton. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN N/A
3/4/11 Claxton sexually assaults [Victim’s Name Redacted] . [Victim’s Name Redacted] decides to make “restricted report.” Yes No Yes
3/5/11 [Victim’s Name Redacted] makes restricted report to SARC. Thus, no investigation. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Yes
3/8/11 Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas explained Claxton incident. Munson directs/levies Thomas to closely monitor/track Claxton  No action taken because of restricted report, no investigation. No UNKNOWN Yes
8/4/11 Met Special Agent “Joe.” Thomas was asked for any information by “Joe.” Thomas had none to report. Thomas is instructed to continue Claxton directives and to call OSI with any information. No UNKNOWN Yes
8/13/11 Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Continued prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents. Yes Yes N/A
10 Sep 11 Signed out according to the CSP. Thomas continued under prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents occurred/to report. Yes Yes N/A
11/4/11 Second Sexual Assault attack by Claxton was prevented by Thomas.

 

Did not receive demerits at the time of the incident. Signed out and prevented the sexual assault of [Victim’s Name Redacted]. Thomas would not have received demerits for this incident if he had not provided my written statement or been directed/tasked by OSI.
70 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits:125
Total Demerits: 324
No Yes Yes
11/4/11 Provided Claxton statement (only concerning the events of 11/4) and [Victim’s Name Redacted], (not March 2011 incident regarding [Victim’s Name Redacted]) to USAF Security Force. No Yes Yes
11/5/11 Signed out according to the CSP. Drove sexual assault victim, [Victim’s Name Redacted] home from the hospital. Yes Yes N/A
11/11/11 OSI requested meeting with Thomas. Thomas signed out according to CSP. Thomas had his first meeting with Special Agent Enos.  Thomas provided a written statement concerning Claxton and the 11/4 incident. Thomas provided information on the Asher Clark incident of February 2011. Thomas was directed/levied for multiple targets of investigation. No Yes Yes
11/24/11 After learning about [Victim’s Name Redacted], [Victim’s Name Redacted] requests her sexual assault report be “unrestricted” to allow an investigation No Yes Yes
11/28/11 Thomas requested meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information about the March 2011 incident concerning [Victim’s Name Redacted] and Claxton. No Yes Yes
11/28/11 Thomas’ documented involvement w/OSI date confirmed by OSI No Yes Yes
11/30/11 Thomas informs Special Agent Enos of upcoming cadet party on 12/2/11. Thomas is directed to attend the party. No No/Yes Yes
12/2/11 Thomas signs out according to CSP. Thomas has a pre-briefing w/Special Agent Enos concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to continue gathering information on multiple targets. Yes Yes N/A
12/3/11 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to watch multiple targets.  Thomas rewrites Claxton statement, as directed, to include both the 11/4 and 3/4/11 incidents on single document. No Yes Yes
Initiation of Operation Gridiron – 3/4 – 12/11
3/4 OSI opens investigation after being informed that multiple cadets have used marijuana, synthetic marijuana, Ketamine and Rohypnol. Investigation involves over 30 cadets. Yes Yes N/A
12/7/11 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Signed second Declaration of Agreement and second Security Documentation. Key date of discussion: According to USAFA leadership and various investigative reports, 12/7/11 is the date of OSI engagement. Yes No No
9 Dec 11 CS- 34, AOC, Maj Granistosky requests Thomas’ written testimony from OSI. This jeopordizes Claxton investigation. Granistosky uses Thomas’ written testimony for OSI against him. Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
12/10/11 12/1 Thomas is directed to conduct operation involving Beau Riebe and marijuana. Thomas signs out according to CSP. Yes Yes Yes
12/10/11 Part of Form-10 “Discipline form.”

 

Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signed out and conducted OSI operation.
110 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits: 125
Total Demerits: 434
12/13 Thomas administered polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI.”  Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation. Yes Yes Yes
1/3/12 Special Agent Enos and OSI directs Thomas to stop signing out for OSI related operations. Does not discuss No N/A
1/4/12 Not Cleaning Room
4 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
Yes Yes N/A
1/9 Maj. Granistosky requests Thomas’ written statement provided to OSI. Does not discuss Yes Yes
12/16 Using Thomas’ written statement for OSI, Maj Granistosky initiates a SCRB Yes Yes Yes
17 Jan 12 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he will be given a Hearing Officer and directed not to discuss OSI involvement at SCRB or GRB. Yes No N/A
1/19 SCRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during SCRB. No Yes N/A
23 Jan 12 GRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during GRB No Yes N/A
24 Jan 12 Form 10 – For multiple events from 3/11, 11/11, and multiple OTF’s Cumulative Total 309 demerits/176 confinements/99 tours.

 

Date in which total demerits concerning OSI and the Claxton case are formally given.
1/24: 309 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
No Yes N/A
1/31 Air Officer Commander (AOC) issues Letter of Reprimand to Thomas. Yes Yes N/A
4/13 Thomas was provided ”Immunity documentation” from Superintendent, Lt. Gen Gould:
“…Under this immunity, your testimony and statements, as well as information directly or indirectly derived therefrom, may not be used against you in a later trial by court-martial…”
No Yes N/A
5/8 Form 10 – Late to Cadet Quarters shift
5/8: 20 OSI Related Demerits
Actual Career Demerits: 149
Total Demerits: 458
Yes Yes N/A
8 May 12 Thomas receives no more “negative Form 10’s” after 8 May 2012. Therefore, he receives no more demerits.
Actual Career Demerits: 149
Total Demerits: 458
No Yes Yes
6/1 Lt. Col Gryzen obtains Thomas from class and directs him to the OSI office.  Thomas contacted and met with Special Agent Enos and conducted an OSI operation. Yes No N/A
6/18 Claxton Court Martial Convened Yes Yes Yes
6/26 Thomas is unaware, and was not informed of or received documentation concerning “new O-299” Yes No N/A
6/5 O-299 CG-4CC Concurs with disenrollment by signing O-299 No Yes N/A
7/20 O-299 Vice Commandant of Cadet signed sending case to Military Review Committee (MRC) No Yes N/A
6/23 On or about this date, Special Agent Enos and Thomas are told there would be a MRC No Yes N/A
8/5 Thomas requested that Ms. Curnell (coordinator in Commander’s office for MCR actions) speak with OSI and Special Agent Enos to attend the MRC Yes Yes N/A
8/7 Special Agent Enos states, “Your AOC despises you and assumes you will be kicked out because of his scrub comments.” Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
8/8 Special Agent Enos states: “Me and SA Crist talked about this (the MRC). Our commander is a terrible public speaker and he does not know you. I am a better public speaker and know you very well.” No Yes No
8/28 Special Agent Enos states: ”You will be moved to another squadron. Say you want to graduate more than anything and you have made mistakes that you learned from. You can tell them you have assisted OSI but cannot elaborate. They can call me with any questions during the MRC. I hope you don’t feel like I worked you until you can’t work anymore.” Does not discuss Yes N/A
8/28 Special Agent Enos confirms he will attend the MRC, “I will come in and speak on your behalf about Claxton tomorrow”. No Yes Yes
9/21 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he is out of the country and to call OSI for any questions/concerns Yes No Yes
9/24 First FOIA request made for all documentation concerning Thomas’ engagement with OSI.  Government fails to respond. Yes No No
10/3 Thomas’ mother sends an email to OSI Public Affairs, attention of Ms. Linda Card.  Mother seeks an audience with OSI together with USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss N/A
10/7 Thomas requests OSI documents from Special Agent Enos to provide to his chain of command.  Special Agent Enos fails to respond. Yes No N/A
10/11 Thomas makes a last attempt to speak with Special Agent Enos via text/phone call.  Special Agent Enos does not response. All communication with Special Agent Enos ends prior to disenrollment. No No Yes
3/13 Thomas goes to Inspector General’s Office (IGO) to make an IGO complaint and/or Congressional Inquiry.  Thomas is told that he would need more documentation to for my allegations concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/7 Thomas’ mother meets with Col. Anderson, and requests his involvement concerning OSI and squadron concerns Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson briefly explaining the connection of OSI and the misconduct. He requests Anderson’s assistance concerning squadron matters and an audience with OSI. Does not discuss Yes N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson and provides him with Thomas’ squadrons “CS-34 MFR” plea for assistance from USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/13 Thomas emails Lt. Col. Tilo requesting him to attend the meeting between USAFA/OSI permanent party. Thomas requests additional meeting with him/counsel/USAFA and requested OSI documentation.  Thomas receives no response. No Yes Yes
3/13 Lt. Col. Gryzen orders he and Thomas meet concerning the email and MFR for Col. Anderson.  Lt. Col. Gryzen orders an apology to Col. Anderson and “mutinous” behavior. Yes No N/A
3/21 Thomas goes to IGO’s on Academy grounds. Thomas makes official IGO complaint concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss Yes
3/22 Thomas files second FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos, Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 statements. Thomas is mysteriously not provided proof of OSI engagement after a second official request for records prior to disenrollment. No Does not discuss Yes
8 Apr 13 During disenrollment, Thomas desperately requests to speak with the Supt. Lt. Gen. Gould to discuss/explain the connection of OSI and misconduct. Thomas was denied request to meet with Gould prior to disenrollment. Thomas was advised of this by a non-commissioned officer. Yes No No
4/8 Thomas is disenrolled from the USAF Academy Yes Yes Yes
4/8  A Sexual Assault victim provides witness documentation concerning the incident with Claxton on March 2011 to assist reversal of Thomas’ disenrollment. No Yes No
4/16 Thomas follows up with IG complaint of 3/21/2013. Thomas completes second IGO complaint to include a Congressional Inquiry, includes fact that he was not able to meet with Lt. Gen. Gould and receive OSI documentation. Yes No Does not discuss
1 Jun 12 Special Agent Enos claims that he begins to experience retaliation from Lt. Col. Tilo as a result of the Congressional Inquiry No No Yes
6/5 Thomas receives Congressional response: “On April 23, 2013, AFOSI leaned that responsive records were located at the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) at Suitland, Maryland.” Yes No Does not discuss
6/5 Congressional response reads: “At no time did AFOSI direct or influence Cadet Thomas to break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” Thomas finally received partial documentation to include but not limited to OSI Source Meet Reports. They disprove claim that Thomas was not directed to “break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” No Yes Yes
7/11 Thomas receives additional OSI documentation via Congressional request. Only now does Thomas have in his possession any type of substantial documentation from OSI to provide for USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
6/16 Thomas files third FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010. No Yes Yes
7/15 Thomas begins to tell his story to writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette N/A N/A N/A
9/27 Cadet Thomas discharged from the Air Force Yes Yes Yes
12/1 Colorado Springs Gazette release first article: “Honor and Deception” N/A N/A N/A
12/5 USAFA responds to article. According to experts, “Displays and states minimal understanding of “CI program.” USAF claimed the OSI program and all relevant information did not exist. Yes No Yes
12/19 USAFA Supt. Lt Gen. Michelle Johnson orders IGO inquiry.

xxxDenies any involvement and connection between OSI and disenrollment.

No No Yes
2/20 The February IG Report is released. Falsely claims Thomas’ involvement with OSI began 12/7/2011. Yes No No
5/1 Thomas begins working with Sen. Kristen Gillibrand’s office. Yes Does not discuss Yes
5/27 Special Agent Enos provides “MFR for Congress.” USAFA did not know this information prior to disenrollment or later media productions.

Begins to escalate and draw national attention.

Yes Yes Yes
8/1 Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article reveals 2/3 party concerning the use of “Roofies, marijuana and other illicit drugs. This article provides the USAFA the first understanding and acknowledgment, publicly, of my engagement with OSI.

USAFA leadership did not correctly understand the depth and magnitude of the discussed story and its engagement/connection with OSI prior to disenrollment or this article.

No Yes Yes
8/3 Because of the Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article USAFA Supt. Lt. Gen. Johnson initiates an investigation into the USAF Athletic Department. No No Yes
8/9 NY Times publishes: Informant Debate Renewed as Air Force Revisits Cadet Misconduct Yes Yes Yes
8/20 As NY Times article indicates, Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Thune sign a bi-partisan letter for investigation of Thomas’ case. Yes Does not discuss Yes
11/5 ESPN airs E:60 “Operation Gridiron” Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
11/29 ABC’s Nightline releases Operation Gridiron Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
2/10/2015 Thomas interview with DoD OIG investigator, Ms. Erika Westry, in Wasington, DC. N/A Does not discuss Yes
3/11 Claxton Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Yes Yes
3/12 OSI testimony during Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
3/13 Special Agent Enos and Thomas requests an audience from USAFA leadership.  Request was denied. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette states: “Testimony revealed that former Cadet Eric Thomas may have signed initial paperwork to become a confidential informant months earlier than Academy officals have admitted and that OSI officials may have lied to top Academy brass about the nature of Thomas’ work.” The Colorado Springs Gazette report begins the exposure of erroneous information and action taken by USAFA and OSI leadership leading up to disenrollment. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette releases article: Hearing Testimony Reveals Subterfuge Of Air Force Academy Informant Program No Yes Yes
4/8 Package is provided to BCMR No Yes No

In The Case of Eric Thomas

In the matter of Eric Thomas – USAFA
Department of Defense – Office of Inspector General = DoD OIG Board of Corrections for Military Records = BCMR United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces = UCMJ Court of Appeals Office of Special Investigations = OSI Confidential informant = CI Cadet Sight Picture = CSP (Policy and Guidance for Cadets) ???? = SCRB ??? = GRB
DateEventBackgroundDoD OIG Report:BCMR Findings:UCMJ Court of Appeals
10/15/10Divide Incident10/15: 20 Demerits
Career Demerits: 90
10/22/10First Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas and Munson discussed “Divide Incident.” Thomas met approximately twice with Special Agent Munson to provide information and receive directives/levies. Thomas is directed to “keep an eye out.” NoYesYes
11/3/10Provided written statement to Special Agent Munson NoUNKNOWNYes
11/15/10Thomas is formally removed from conduct probation YesYesN/A
3/4/11Claxton Sexually Assaults Victim3/4/11: 129 Demerits
USAFA did not know of this misconduct at the time of the incident. If it was discussed at the time of misconduct and OSI due diligence, USAFA would have known: the existence/directives of OSI, a sexual assault incident, Thomas would have immediately told the Squadron Commander of the presence of alcohol, Thomas would have stated that he did not know the female, that she was a freshman, tolerated a female behind closed doors and the Claxton case would’ve been investigated.Without accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident.
Total Demerits: 219With accurate knowledge of OSI directives/tasks, Claxton and sexual assault factors: Career Demerits: 90
Total Demerits: 219
NoYesN/A
4/10/11Form 10 – Smoking Hookah4/5/11: 30 Demerits
With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits:120
Total Demerits: 249
YesYesN/A
11/3/11Failure to clean room5 Demerits
With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 125
Total Demerits: 254
YesYesN/A
In the matter of Eric Thomas as a CI — Oct 2010 – Aug 2012DoD OIG Report:BCMR Report:UCMJ Court of Criminal Appeals
10/29/10Thomas enters into first agreement to become a Confidential Informant (CI). Thomas first signs Declaration of Agreement. The first security form requires Thomas to agree not to discuss his engagement with anyone outside of OSIThis was denied/not acknowledged by DoD OIG Report.NoUNKNOWNYes
2/1/ 11On or around this date, Thomas provided Special Agent Munson written documentation concerning Willie Gilbert, sexual assault victim [Victim’s Name Redacted] and the “Divide CO” party. Special Agent Munson provides information stating Claxton is a person of interest concerning sexual assaults(s). Tasked/directed Thomas to track and monitor Claxton. UNKNOWNUNKNOWNN/A
3/4/11Claxton sexually assaults [Victim’s Name Redacted] . [Victim’s Name Redacted] decides to make “restricted report.” YesNoYes
3/5/11[Victim’s Name Redacted] makes restricted report to SARC. Thus, no investigation. UNKNOWNUNKNOWNYes
3/8/11Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas explained Claxton incident. No action taken because of restricted report, no investigation. Munson directs/levies Thomas to closely monitor/track Claxton NoUNKNOWNYes
8/4/11Met Special Agent “Joe.” Thomas was asked for any information by “Joe.” Thomas had none to report. Thomas is instructed to continue Claxton directives and to call OSI with any information. NoUNKNOWNYes
8/13/11Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Continued prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents YesYesN/A
10 Sep 11Signed out according to the CSP. Thomas continued under prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents occurred/to report. YesYesN/A
11/4/11Second Sexual Assault attack by Claxton was prevented by Thomas70 Demerits
Did not receive demerits at the time of the incident. Signed out and prevented the sexual assault of [Victim’s Name Redacted]. Thomas would not have received demerits for this incident if he had not provided my written statement or been directed/tasked by OSI.With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits:125
Total Demerits: 324
NoYesYes
11/4/11Provided Claxton statement (only concerning the events of 11/4) and [Victim’s Name Redacted], (not March 2011 incident regarding [Victim’s Name Redacted]) to USAF Security Force. NoYesYes
11/5/11Signed out according to the CSP. Drove sexual assault victim, [Victim’s Name Redacted] home from the hospital YesYesN/A
11/11/11OSI requested meeting with Thomas. Thomas signed out according to CSP. Thomas had his first meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas provided a written statement concerning Claxton and the 11/4 incident. Thomas provided information on the Asher Clark incident of February 2011. Thomas was directed/levied for multiple targets of investigation. NoYesYes
11/24/11After learning about [Victim’s Name Redacted], [Victim’s Name Redacted] requests her sexual assault report be “unrestricted” to allow an investigation NoYesYes
11/28/11Thomas requested meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Thomas provide information about the March 2011 incident concerning [Victim’s Name Redacted] and Claxton. NoYesYes
11/28/11Thomas’ documented involvement w/OSI date confirmed by OSI NoYesYes
11/30/11Thomas informs Special Agent Enos of upcoming cadet party on 12/2/11. Thomas is directed to attend the party. NoNo/YesYes
12/2/11Thomas signs out according to CSP. Thomas has a pre-briefing w/Special Agent Enos concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to continue gathering information on multiple targets. YesYesN/A
12/3/11Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information concerning “roofies” party. Thomas rewrites Claxton statement, as directed, to include both the 11/4 and 3/4/11 incident son single document. Thomas is directed/levied to watch multiple targets NoYesYes
Initiation of Operation Gridiron – 3/4 – 12/11
3/4OSI opens investigation after being informed that multiple cadets have used marijuana, synthetic marijuana, Ketamine and Rohypnol. Investigation involves over 30 cadets. YesYesN/A
12/7/11Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Signed second Declaration of Agreement and second Security Documentation.Key date of discussion: According to USAFA leadership and various investigative reports, 12/7/11 is the date of OSI engagement.YesNoNo
9 Dec 11CS- 34, AOC, Maj Granistosky requests Thomas’ written testimony from OSI. This jeopordizes Claxton investigation. Granistosky uses Thomas’ written testimony for OSI against him. Does not discussDoes not discussYes
12/10/1112/1 Thomas is directed to conduct operation involving Beau Riebe and marijuana. Thomas signs out according to CSP. YesYesYes
12/10/11Part of Form-10 “Discipline form”110 Demerits
Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signed out and conducted OSI operation.With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 125
Total Demerits: 434
12/13Thomas administered polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI”.Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation.YesYesYes
1/3/12Special Agent Enos and OSI directs Thomas to stop signing out for OSI related operations. Does not discussNoN/A
1/4/12Not Cleaning Room4 Demerits
With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
YesYesN/A
1/9Maj. Granistosky requests Thomas’ written statement provided to OSI. Does not discussYesYes
12/16Using Thomas’ written statement for OSI, Maj Granistosky initiates a SCRB YesYesYes
17 Jan 12Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he will be given a Hearing Officer and directed not to discuss OSI involvement at SCRB or GRB. YesNoN/A
1/19SCRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during SCRB. NoYesN/A
23 Jan 12GRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during GRB NoYesN/A
24 Jan 12Form 10 – For multiple events from 3/11, 11/11, and multiple OTF’s Cumulative Total 309 demerits/176 confinements/99 tours1/24: 309 Demerits
Date in which total demerits concerning OSI and the Claxton case are formally given.
With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
NoYesN/A
1/31Air Officer Commander (AOC) issues Letter of Reprimand to Thomas. YesYesN/A
4/13Thomas was provided ”Immunity documentation” from Superintendent, Lt. Gen Gould:
“…Under this immunity, your testimony and statements, as well as information directly or indirectly derived therefrom, may not be used against you in a later trial by court-martial…”
NoYesN/A
5/8Form 10 – Late to Cadet Quarters shift5/8: 20 Demerits
With accurate knowledge of OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 149
Total Demerits: 458
YesYesN/A
8 May 12Thomas receives no more “negative Form 10’s” after 8 May 2012. Therefore, he receives no more demerits.With accurate knowledge and connection of misconduct with OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Career Demerits: 149

Without accurate knowledge and connection of misconduct with OSI, Claxton and sexual assault incident: Total Demerits: 458

NoYesYes
6/1Lt. Col Gryzen obtains Thomas from class and directs him to the OSI office. Thomas contacted and met with Special Agent Enos and conducted an OSI operation. YesNoN/A
6/18Claxton Court Martial Convened YesYesYes
6/26Thomas is unaware, and was not informed of or received documentation concerning “new O-299” YesNoN/A
6/5O-299 CG-4CC Concurs with disenrollment by signing O-299 NoYesN/A
7/20O-299 Vice Commandant of Cadet signed sending case to Military Review Committee (MRC) NoYesN/A
6/23On or about this date, Special Agent Enos and Thomas are told there would be a MRC NoYesN/A
8/5Thomas requested that Ms. Curnell (coordinator in Commander’s office for MCR actions) speak with OSI and Special Agent Enos to attend the MRC YesYesN/A
8/7Special Agent Enos states, “Your AOC despises you and assumes you will be kicked out because of his scrub comments.” Does not discussDoes not discussN/A
8/8Special Agent Enos states: “Me and SA Crist talked about this (the MRC). Our commander is a terrible public speaker and he does not know you. I am a better public speaker and know you very well.” NoYesNo
8/28Special Agent Enos states: ”You will be moved to another squadron. Say you want to graduate more than anything and you have made mistakes that you learned from. You can tell them you have assisted OSI but cannot elaborate. They can call me with any questions during the MRC. I hope you don’t feel like I worked you until you can’t work anymore.” Does not discussYesN/A
8/28Special Agent Enos confirms he will attend the MRC, “I will come in and speak on your behalf about Claxton tomorrow”. NoYesYes
9/21Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he is out of the country and to call OSI for any questions/concerns YesNoYes
9/24First FOIA request made for all documentation concerning Thomas’ engagement with OSI. Government fails to respond. YesNoNo
10/3Thomas’ mother sends an email to OSI Public Affairs, attention of Ms. Linda Card. Mother seeks an audience with OSI together with USAFA leadership. NoDoes not discussN/A
10/7Thomas requests OSI documents from Special Agent Enos to provide to his chain of command. Special Agent Enos fails to respond. YesNoN/A
10/11Thomas makes a last attempt to speak with Special Agent Enos via text/phone call. Special Agent Enos does not response. All communication with Special Agent Enos ends prior to disenrollment. NoNoYes
3/13Thomas goes to Inspector General’s Office (IGO) to make an IGO complaint and/or Congressional Inquiry. Thomas is told that he would need more documentation to for my allegations concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. YesNoYes
3/7Thomas’ mother meets with Col. Anderson, and requests his involvement concerning OSI and squadron concerns Does not discussDoes not discussN/A
3/10Thomas emails Col. Anderson briefly explaining the connection of OSI and the misconduct. He requests Anderson’s assistance concerning squadron matters and an audience with OSI. Does not discussYesN/A
3/10Thomas emails Col. Anderson and provides him with Thomas’ squadrons “CS-34 MFR” plea for assistance from USAFA leadership. YesNoYes
3/13Thomas emails Lt. Col. Tilo requesting him to attend the meeting between USAFA/OSI permanent party. Thomas requests additional meeting with him/counsel/USAFA and requested OSI documentation. Thomas receives no response. NoYesYes
3/13Lt. Col. Gryzen orders he and Thomas meet concerning the email and MFR for Col. Anderson. Lt. Col. Gryzen orders an apology to Col. Anderson and “mutinous” behavior. YesNoN/A
3/21Thomas goes to IGO’s on Academy grounds. Thomas makes official IGO complaint concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. NoDoes not discussYes
3/22Thomas files second FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos, Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 statementsThomas is mysteriously not provided proof of OSI engagement after a second official request for records prior to disenrollment.NoDoes not discussYes
8 Apr 13During disenrollment, Thomas desperately requests to speak with the Supt. Lt. Gen. Gould to discuss/explain the connection of OSI and misconduct. The request was denied.Thomas was denied any request to meet for disenrollment. Thomas was advised of this by a non-commissioned officer.YesNoNo
4/8Thomas is disenrolled from the USAF Academy YesYesYes
4/8A Sexual Assault victim provides witness documentation concerning the incident with Claxton on March 2011 to assist reversal of Thomas’ disenrollment NoYesNo
4/16Thomas follows up with IG complaint of 3/21/2013. Thomas completes second IGO complaint to include a Congressional Inquiry, includes fact that he was not able to meet with Lt. Gen. Gould and receive OSI documentation. YesNoDoes not discuss
1 Jun 12Special Agent Enos claims that he begins to experience retaliation from Lt. Col. Tilo as a result of the Congressional Inquiry NoNoYes
6/5Thomas receives Congressional response: “On April 23, 2013, AFOSI leaned that responsive records were located at the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) at Suitland, Maryland.” YesNoDoes not discuss
6/5Congressional response reads: “At no time did AFOSI direct or influence Cadet Thomas to break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.”Thomas finally received partial documentation to include but not limited to OSI Source Meet Reports. They disprove claim that Thomas was not directed to “break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.”NoYesYes
7/11Thomas receives additional OSI documentation via Congressional request.Only now would does Thomas have in his possession any type of substantial documentation from OSI to provide for USAFA leadershipYesNoYes
6/16Thomas files third FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 NoYesYes
7/15Thomas begins to tell his story to writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette N/AN/AN/A
9/27Cadet Thomas discharged from the Air Force YesYesYes
12/1Colorado Springs Gazette release first article: “Honor and Deception” N/AN/AN/A
12/5USAFA responds to article. According to experts, “Displays and states minimal understanding of “CI program.”USAF claimed the OSI program and all relevant information did not exist.YesNoYes
12/19USAFA Supt. Lt Gen. Michelle Johnson orders IGO inquiry.

Denies any involvement and connection between OSI and disenrollment.


NoNoYes
2/20The February IG Report is released.Falsely claims Thomas’ involvement with OSI began 12/7/2011.YesNoNo
5/1Thomas begins working with Sen. Kristen Gillibrand’s office. YesDoes not discussYes
5/27Special Agent Enos provides “MFR for Congress.” USAFA did not know this information prior to disenrollment or later media productions.Begins to escalate and draw national attention.YesYesYes
8/1Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article reveals 2/3 party concerning the use of “Roofies, marijuana and other illicit drugs. This article provides the USAFA the first understanding and acknowledgment, publicly, of my engagement with OSI.USAFA leadership did not correctly understand the depth and magnitude of the discussed story and its engagement/connection with OSI prior to disenrollment or this article.NoYesYes
8/3Because of the Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article USAFA Supt. Lt. Gen. Johnson initiates an investigation into the USAF Athletic Department. NoNoYes
8/9NY Times publishes: Informant Debate Renewed as Air Force Revisits Cadet Misconduct YesYesYes
8/20As NY Times article indicates, Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Thune sign a bi-partisan letter for investigation of Thomas’ case. YesDoes not discussYes
11/5ESPN airs E:60 “Operation Gridiron” Does not discussDoes not discussYes
11/29ABC’s Nightline releases Operation Gridiron Does not discussDoes not discussYes
2/10/2015Thomas interview with DoD OIG investigator, Ms. Erika Westry, in Wasington, DC. N/ADoes not discussYes
3/11Claxton Dubay Hearing Does not discussYesYes
3/12OSI testimony during Dubay Hearing Does not discussDoes not discussYes
3/13Special Agent Enos and Thomas requests an audience from USAFA leadership. Request was denied. NoYesYes
3/14Colorado Springs Gazette states: “Testimony revealed that former Cadet Eric Thomas may have signed initial paperwork to become a confidential informant months earlier than Academy officals have admitted and that OSI officials may have lied to top Academy brass about the nature of Thomas’ work.”The Colorado Springs Gazette report begins the exposure of erroneous information and action taken by USAFA and OSI leadership leading up to disenrollment.NoYesYes
3/14Colorado Springs Gazette releases article: Hearing Testimony Reveals Subterfuge Of Air Force Academy Informant Program NoYesYes
4/8Package is provided to BCMR NoYesNo

In The Case Of Eric Thomas And The USAF Academy

 

In the matter of Eric Thomas – USAFA
Department of Defense – Office of Inspector General = DoD OIG Board of Corrections for Military Records = BCMR United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces = UCMJ Court of Appeals Office of Special Investigations = OSI Confidential informant = CI Cadet Sight Picture = CSP (Policy and Guidance for Cadets) ???? = SCRB ??? = GRB
Date Event Background Action DoD OIG Report: BCMR Findings: UCMJ Court of Appeals
10/15/10 Divide Incident Demerits 20

Career Demerits 90
10/22/10 First Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas and Munson discussed “Divide Incident.” Thomas met approximately twice with Special Agent Munson to provide information and receive directives/levies. Thomas is directed to “keep an eye out.” No Yes Yes
10/29/10 Thomas enters into first agreement to become a Confidential Informant (CI). Thomas first signs Declaration of Agreement. The first security form requires Thomas to agree not to discuss his engagement with anyone outside of OSI. This key information was denied/not acknowledged by DoD OIG Report. YesXX
11/3/10 Provided written statement to Special Agent Munson UNKNOWN Yes
 11/15/10  Thomas is formally removed from conduct probation  Yes  Yes
2011
3/4/11 Claxton Sexually Assaults Victim USAFA did not know of this misconduct at the time of the incident. If it was discussed at the time of misconduct and OSI due diligence, USAFA would have known: the existence/directives of OSI, a sexual assault incident, Thomas would have immediately told the Squadron Commander of the presence of alcohol. Thomas would have stated that he did not know the female, that she was a freshman, tolerated a female behind closed doors and the Claxton case would’ve been investigated. OSI Related Demerits 129

Total OSI Related Demerits219

Actual Career Demerits 90

Total Demerits219
Yes N/A
4/10 Form 10 – Smoking Hookah OSI Related Demerits 30

Actual Career Demerits 120

Total Demerits249
Yes N/AXX
11/3 Failure to clean room OSI Related Demerits 5

Actual Career Demerits 125

Total Demerits254
Yes N/A XX
2/1/11 On or around this date, Thomas provided Special Agent Munson written documentation concerning Willie Gilbert, sexual assault victim [Victim’s Name Redacted] and the “Divide CO” party.  Special Agent Munson provides information stating Claxton is a person of interest concerning sexual assaults(s). Tasked/directed Thomas to track and monitor Claxton. NO N/AXX
xxxx12/13 Thomas administered polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI.”

Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation.

Yes Yes Yes
3/4 Claxton sexually assaults [Victim’s Name Redacted] . [Victim’s Name Redacted] decides to make “restricted report.” YES NOXX
zzz3/4 OSI opens investigation after being informed that multiple cadets have used marijuana, synthetic marijuana, Ketamine and Rohypnol. Investigation involves over 30 cadets. Yes Yes N/A
3/5 [Victim’s Name Redacted] makes restricted report to SARC. Thus, no investigation. NO YesXX
3/8 Meeting with Special Agent Munson. Thomas explained Claxton incident.  No action taken because of restricted report, no investigation. Munson directs/levies Thomas to closely monitor/track Claxton UNKNOWN YesXX
8/4 Met Special Agent “Joe.” Thomas was asked for any information by “Joe.” Thomas had none to report. Thomas is instructed to continue Claxton directives and to call OSI with any information. NO YesXX
8/13 Thomas signed out according to the CSP. Continued prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents Yes YESXX
9/10 Signed out according to the CSP. Thomas continued under prior directives, followed Claxton. No incidents occurred/to report. Yes YESXX
11/4/11 Second Sexual Assault attack by Claxton was prevented by Thomas.

 

Did not receive demerits at the time of the incident. Signed out and prevented the sexual assault of [Victim’s Name Redacted]. Thomas would not have received demerits for this incident if he had not provided my written statement or been directed/tasked by OSI. OSI Related Demerits 70

Actual Career Demerits 125

Total Demerits324
NO YesXX
11/4 Provided Claxton statement (only concerning the events of 11/4) and [Victim’s Name Redacted], (not March 2011 incident regarding [Victim’s Name Redacted]) to USAF Security Force. NO YesXX
11/5/11 Signed out according to the CSP. Drove sexual assault victim, [Victim’s Name Redacted] home from the hospital Yes YESXX
11/11 OSI requested meeting with Thomas. Thomas signed out according to CSP. Thomas had his first meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas provided a written statement concerning Claxton and the 11/4 incident. Thomas provided information on the Asher Clark incident of February 2011. Thomas was directed/levied for multiple targets of investigation. NO YesXX
11/24 After learning about [Victim’s Name Redacted], [Victim’s Name Redacted] requests her sexual assault report be “unrestricted” to allow an investigation NO YesXX
11/28 Thomas requested meeting with Special Agent Enos. Thomas signed out according to the CSP.  Thomas provides information about the March 2011 incident concerning [Victim’s Name Redacted] and Claxton. No Yesxx
11/28 Thomas’ documented involvement w/OSI date confirmed by OSI No Yesxx
11/30 Thomas informs Special Agent Enos of upcoming cadet party on 12/2/11. Thomas is directed to attend the party. No No/Yes
12/2 Thomas signs out according to CSP. Thomas has a pre-briefing w/Special Agent Enos concerning “roofies” party. Thomas is directed/levied to continue gathering information on multiple targets. Yes Yesxx
12/3 Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Thomas provides information concerning “roofies” party.  Thomas rewrites Claxton statement, as directed, to include both the 11/4 and 3/4/11 incident son single document. Thomas is directed/levied to watch multiple targets. No Yes
zzzzzzzzzInitiation of Operation Gridiron – 3/4 – 12/11
zzz 12/7/11 Key date of discussion: According to USAFA leadership and various investigative reports, 12/7/11 is the date of OSI engagement.

Thomas signs out according to the CSP. Signed second Declaration of Agreement and second Security Documentation.

Yes No No
xxx12/9 CS- 34, AOC, Maj Granistosky requests Thomas’ written testimony from OSI. This jeopordizes Claxton investigation. Granistosky uses Thomas’ written testimony for OSI against him. Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
zzz 12/10 12/1 Thomas is directed to conduct operation involving Beau Riebe and marijuana. Thomas signs out according to CSP. Yes Yes Yes
zzz12/10/11 Part of Form-10 “Discipline form.”

Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signed out and conducted OSI operation.

110 Demerits
Career Demerits: 125
Total Demerits: 434
xxxx12/13 Thomas administered polygraph test. Thomas successfully passes. In test, Thomas states, “I have not told anyone about OSI.”

Thomas did not receive demerits at the time of this misconduct. Thomas signs out and conducts OSI operation.

Yes Yes Yes
1/3/12 Special Agent Enos and OSI directs Thomas to stop signing out for OSI related operations. Does not discuss No N/A
1/4/12 Not Cleaning Room 4 Demerits
Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
Yes Yes N/A
1/9 Maj. Granistosky requests Thomas’ written statement provided to OSI. Does not discuss Yes Yes
12/16 Using Thomas’ written statement for OSI, Maj Granistosky initiates a SCRB Yes Yes Yes
17 Jan 12 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he will be given a Hearing Officer and directed not to discuss OSI involvement at SCRB or GRB. Yes No N/A
1/19 SCRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during SCRB. No Yes N/A
23 Jan 12 GRB Conducted. There is no discussion of OSI during GRB No Yes N/A
24 Jan 12 Form 10 – For multiple events from 3/11, 11/11, and multiple OTF’s Cumulative Total 309 demerits/176 confinements/99 tours.

Date in which total demerits concerning OSI and the Claxton case are formally given.

1/24: 309 Demerits
Career Demerits: 129
Total Demerits: 438
No Yes N/A
1/31 Air Officer Commander (AOC) issues Letter of Reprimand to Thomas. Yes Yes N/A
4/13 Thomas was provided ”Immunity documentation” from Superintendent, Lt. Gen Gould:
“…Under this immunity, your testimony and statements, as well as information directly or indirectly derived therefrom, may not be used against you in a later trial by court-martial…”
No Yes N/A
5/8 Form 10 – Late to Cadet Quarters shift 5/8: 20 Demerits
Career Demerits: 149
Total Demerits: 458
Yes Yes N/A
8 May 12 Thomas receives no more “negative Form 10’s” after 8 May 2012. Therefore, he receives no more demerits. Career Demerits: 149

 Total Demerits: 458

No Yes Yes
6/1 Lt. Col Gryzen obtains Thomas from class and directs him to the OSI office. Thomas contacted and met with Special Agent Enos and conducted an OSI operation. Yes No N/A
6/18 Claxton Court Martial Convened Yes Yes Yes
6/26 Thomas is unaware, and was not informed of or received documentation concerning “new O-299” Yes No N/A
6/5 O-299 CG-4CC Concurs with disenrollment by signing O-299 No Yes N/A
7/20 O-299 Vice Commandant of Cadet signed sending case to Military Review Committee (MRC) No Yes N/A
6/23 On or about this date, Special Agent Enos and Thomas are told there would be a MRC No Yes N/A
8/5 Thomas requested that Ms. Curnell (coordinator in Commander’s office for MCR actions) speak with OSI and Special Agent Enos to attend the MRC Yes Yes N/A
8/7 Special Agent Enos states, “Your AOC despises you and assumes you will be kicked out because of his scrub comments.” Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
8/8 Special Agent Enos states: “Me and SA Crist talked about this (the MRC). Our commander is a terrible public speaker and he does not know you. I am a better public speaker and know you very well.” No Yes No
8/28 Special Agent Enos states: ”You will be moved to another squadron. Say you want to graduate more than anything and you have made mistakes that you learned from. You can tell them you have assisted OSI but cannot elaborate. They can call me with any questions during the MRC. I hope you don’t feel like I worked you until you can’t work anymore.” Does not discuss Yes N/A
8/28 Special Agent Enos confirms he will attend the MRC, “I will come in and speak on your behalf about Claxton tomorrow”. No Yes Yes
9/21 Special Agent Enos informs Thomas that he is out of the country and to call OSI for any questions/concerns Yes No Yes
9/24 First FOIA request made for all documentation concerning Thomas’ engagement with OSI. Government fails to respond. Yes No No
10/3 Thomas’ mother sends an email to OSI Public Affairs, attention of Ms. Linda Card. Mother seeks an audience with OSI together with USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss N/A
10/7 Thomas requests OSI documents from Special Agent Enos to provide to his chain of command. Special Agent Enos fails to respond. Yes No N/A
10/11 Thomas makes a last attempt to speak with Special Agent Enos via text/phone call. Special Agent Enos does not response. All communication with Special Agent Enos ends prior to disenrollment. No No Yes
3/13 Thomas goes to Inspector General’s Office (IGO) to make an IGO complaint and/or Congressional Inquiry. Thomas is told that he would need more documentation to for my allegations concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/7 Thomas’ mother meets with Col. Anderson, and requests his involvement concerning OSI and squadron concerns Does not discuss Does not discuss N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson briefly explaining the connection of OSI and the misconduct. He requests Anderson’s assistance concerning squadron matters and an audience with OSI. Does not discuss Yes N/A
3/10 Thomas emails Col. Anderson and provides him with Thomas’ squadrons “CS-34 MFR” plea for assistance from USAFA leadership. Yes No Yes
3/13 Thomas emails Lt. Col. Tilo requesting him to attend the meeting between USAFA/OSI permanent party. Thomas requests additional meeting with him/counsel/USAFA and requested OSI documentation. Thomas receives no response. No Yes Yes
3/13 Lt. Col. Gryzen orders he and Thomas meet concerning the email and MFR for Col. Anderson. Lt. Col. Gryzen orders an apology to Col. Anderson and “mutinous” behavior. Yes No N/A
3/21 Thomas goes to IGO’s on Academy grounds. Thomas makes official IGO complaint concerning OSI and USAFA leadership. No Does not discuss Yes
3/22 Thomas files second FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos, Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 statements Thomas is mysteriously not provided proof of OSI engagement after a second official request for records prior to disenrollment. No Does not discuss Yes
8 Apr 13 During disenrollment, Thomas desperately requests to speak with the Supt. Lt. Gen. Gould to discuss/explain the connection of OSI and misconduct. The request was denied. Thomas was denied any request to meet for disenrollment. Thomas was advised of this by a non-commissioned officer. Yes No No
4/8 Thomas is disenrolled from the USAF Academy Yes Yes Yes
4/8 A Sexual Assault victim provides witness documentation concerning the incident with Claxton on March 2011 to assist reversal of Thomas’ disenrollment No Yes No
4/16 Thomas follows up with IG complaint of 3/21/2013. Thomas completes second IGO complaint to include a Congressional Inquiry, includes fact that he was not able to meet with Lt. Gen. Gould and receive OSI documentation. Yes No Does not discuss
1 Jun 12 Special Agent Enos claims that he begins to experience retaliation from Lt. Col. Tilo as a result of the Congressional Inquiry No No Yes
6/5 Thomas receives Congressional response: “On April 23, 2013, AFOSI leaned that responsive records were located at the Washington National Records Center (WNRC) at Suitland, Maryland.” Yes No Does not discuss
6/5 Congressional response reads: “At no time did AFOSI direct or influence Cadet Thomas to break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” Thomas finally received partial documentation to include but not limited to OSI Source Meet Reports. They disprove claim that Thomas was not directed to “break any rules or policies of the Air Force Academy.” No Yes Yes
7/11 Thomas receives additional OSI documentation via Congressional request. Only now would does Thomas have in his possession any type of substantial documentation from OSI to provide for USAFA leadership Yes No Yes
6/16 Thomas files third FOIA request for all documentation to include but not limited to Special Agent Munson/Special Agent Enos Declaration of Agreement, Security Documentation, Claxton 2011-2012 statements, Asher Clark 2011 and Suzie Bischopps 2010 No Yes Yes
7/15 Thomas begins to tell his story to writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette N/A N/A N/A
9/27 Cadet Thomas discharged from the Air Force Yes Yes Yes
12/1 Colorado Springs Gazette release first article: “Honor and Deception” N/A N/A N/A
12/5 USAFA responds to article. According to experts, “Displays and states minimal understanding of “CI program.” USAF claimed the OSI program and all relevant information did not exist. Yes No Yes
12/19 USAFA Supt. Lt Gen. Michelle Johnson orders IGO inquiry.

Denies any involvement and connection between OSI and disenrollment.

No No Yes
2/20 The February IG Report is released. Falsely claims Thomas’ involvement with OSI began 12/7/2011. Yes No No
5/1 Thomas begins working with Sen. Kristen Gillibrand’s office. Yes Does not discuss Yes
5/27 Special Agent Enos provides “MFR for Congress.” USAFA did not know this information prior to disenrollment or later media productions. Begins to escalate and draw national attention. Yes Yes Yes
8/1 Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article reveals 2/3 party concerning the use of “Roofies, marijuana and other illicit drugs. This article provides the USAFA the first understanding and acknowledgment, publicly, of my engagement with OSI. USAFA leadership did not correctly understand the depth and magnitude of the discussed story and its engagement/connection with OSI prior to disenrollment or this article. No Yes Yes
8/3 Because of the Colorado Springs Gazette: Between the Lines article USAFA Supt. Lt. Gen. Johnson initiates an investigation into the USAF Athletic Department. No No Yes
8/9 NY Times publishes: Informant Debate Renewed as Air Force Revisits Cadet Misconduct Yes Yes Yes
8/20 As NY Times article indicates, Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Thune sign a bi-partisan letter for investigation of Thomas’ case. Yes Does not discuss Yes
11/5 ESPN airs E:60 “Operation Gridiron” Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
11/29 ABC’s Nightline releases Operation Gridiron Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
2/10/2015 Thomas interview with DoD OIG investigator, Ms. Erika Westry, in Wasington, DC. N/A Does not discuss Yes
3/11 Claxton Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Yes Yes
3/12 OSI testimony during Dubay Hearing Does not discuss Does not discuss Yes
3/13 Special Agent Enos and Thomas requests an audience from USAFA leadership. Request was denied. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette states: “Testimony revealed that former Cadet Eric Thomas may have signed initial paperwork to become a confidential informant months earlier than Academy officals have admitted and that OSI officials may have lied to top Academy brass about the nature of Thomas’ work.” The Colorado Springs Gazette report begins the exposure of erroneous information and action taken by USAFA and OSI leadership leading up to disenrollment. No Yes Yes
3/14 Colorado Springs Gazette releases article: Hearing Testimony Reveals Subterfuge Of Air Force Academy Informant Program No Yes Yes
4/8 Package is provided to BCMR No Yes No