The Scheller family once again needs your ACTIVE support! The trial is over! Stu accepted guilt and was fined. The Judge graciously gave him credit for his time spent in solitary confinement and gave a favorable outcome.
So what now? This judgement will be sent to the Secretary of the Navy, Carlos Del Toro to be signed yes or no. This fight is not over for Stu until they let him resign from the USMC! The Secretary of the Navy will now decide whether to allow Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller to resign per their agreement and whether it will be an honorable or general discharge with honorable conditions.
Please lift Stu in prayer, then contact the Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro!
You can sign the petition here or you can contact him with the information below and ask him to accept Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller’s resignation expediently and to give him an honorable discharge for his 17 years of heroic service.
Write a letter and/or send an email (Because writing letters still matters):
Office of the Secretary of the Navy
Att: SEC Carlos Del Toro
1000 Navy Pentagon, Room 4D652
Washington, DC 20350
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org (LTCOL Stuart Scheller as email title) https://www.secnav.navy.mil/Pages/Contact.aspx#standwithstu
Please contact your Congress Person for the first time or again if you already have! This fight is unfortunately not over yet. The USMC has not yet signed his resignation letter per their legal commitment to his plea deal. Remind your Congress person that you vote!
LIST OF CONTACT INFORMATION
PLEASE KEEP YOUR PHONE CALLS, EMAILS, LETTERS AND PETITION SIGNING GOING STRONG. THE USMC ARE COUNTING TO SEE HOW MANY AMERICANS ARE STILL ENGAGED. WE DESPERATELY NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO SEE THIS THROUGH TO A HAPPY ENDING.
We are putting together a list of names for letter writing and phone calls regarding Lt Col Stuart Scheller’s request for an Honorable discharge and acceptance of resignation as legally agreed to by the USMC.
Please remember to be respectful. Keep ranting and raging out of your comments. However you may respectfully ask for them to quickly sign his resignation and to move it along the chain of command. You may also respectfully express your support.
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MajGen Julian Alford. email@example.com
COL David Emmel. firstname.lastname@example.org 910-449-2072/2278/0339/0386/4946/0235
Gen Kenneth McKenzie. Centcom Commander. email@example.com 813-529-000
GEN Eric Smith. Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps. firstname.lastname@example.org 703-614-1201
General David H. Berger
Commandant of the Marine Corps
Headquarters, US Marine Corps
3000 Marine Corps, Pentagon
Washington, DC 20350-3000
SecNav Carlos del Toro