Why Canada Should Not Take the USA Off Its Torture List - Written by a US Citizen!


 20 January 2008

To Whom it May Concern and Good Citizens to the North: 

I am writing to each of the areas of specialty in hopes that you will talk about these issues in your news.  Since America's leadership see's itself as so much more advanced then the rest of the world's nation's, our leadership should be big enough then to be responsible for its actions, both positive and negative. Sadly, America's leadership refuses to not look at its own actions and abuses as Global crimes, we the citizens of America must hope that you Canadians and other Global people will be our  voices that are being constantly shut down.  America sadly, in the last 50 years has been declining in the fact of what democracy is as our leaders help to create more global dictatorships and harm to our own citizens, military and then our to global brothers in sisters in foreign nations. We need your VOICES!!!!! Please Help US!!! For America's Abuses Globally - I am truly apologize to those who ever have to feel the abuse and anguish of ignorant, greedy, indifferent American leadership. Enclosed I will send you two documents;  A letter/fax sent to President Jimmy Carter who has acknowledged America's Torturing Ways - this document included researched facts and policies of the US government and military that allows for the rape/torture and murder of its own military members without accountability. In fact it gives them immunity, then promotes our rapists into higher military positions and sends them out to global assignments, only to come back to America where many of them rape and kill US citizens. Additionally, it will connect the dots as to how the military abuses has been allowed to populate into US communities, and then into global communities.  Please note formerly as a US military commander I witnessed 1st hand the ongoing refusal of military leadership to hold accountable crimes against women and children on military bases. As an international advocate I have heard and witnessed how military abusers are promoted and deployed into foreign nations; abuse and murder others and are re-assigned not convicted. I have dealt with 5700 cases of military abuse and thousands of international cases in which nothing is done to abusers.  This is the reason why the case that now plays out : Marine Lance Corporal Marie Lauterbach (see Press Release Below on Lauterbach case) is not the exception it is the rule and her rape, abuse and murder is the responsibility and fault of the US government (President, Congress, Court) and military that condoned her rape and hundreds of thousand of others.       


Reverend Dorothy H. Mackey, M.P.A.                                                    DMack500@aol.com

2059 W. Minnezona Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 85015                                                                     (602) 374-7375


January 3, 2008



The Honorable President Jimmy Carter, Email: carterweb@emory.edu

The Honorable Governor Janet Napolitano of Arizona, Fax (602) 542-1381

The Honorable Governor Kathleen Sebelius of Kansas, Fax 785-296-7973


Dear President Carter and Madames Governors:


Thank you for your authentic integrity and willingness to stand up, be a voice of clarity, affirmation and awakening for those being tortured, abused and ignored both nationally and internationally. Each of you have made remarks and taken public action calling for significant changes that acknowledge the need for human dignity, respect and the preservation of a higher law and order. You have affirmed by your word and actions, just as I have, that you see the bigger vision; that unconstrained abuse and torture is a toxic danger to human rights, community safety, and national as well as global security.


I am writing to request your assistance and to offer my voice to these issues. As of March 31, 2004 US Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (NY) wrote a letter to DoD Secretary Rumsfeld, noting 18 US Congressional Inquiries had been completed on sexual assault and harassment of military women with virtually no recommendations every being taken. With this letter in my possession , the inquiries are over 20+ with no significant changes. Military members, whether U.S. citizens or not MUST feel that their lives matter, and that they are safe from torture and abuse from their our own nations sanctioning.  But, this is not the case! I know this first hand.  I am a torture and rape survivor of the US military, whose assailants were given immunity under 5 US Congressionally passed laws. Four other service women’s cases stand along side of mine as testimony to the dire situation we continue to face. Our plight doesn’t remain in the military. The poison of abuses leaches into society undermining the US military, allowing for torturers and rapists to spread abuse globally. I hope after reading the enclosed summary of research facts and legal precedence information I have provided you will be so moved that you will contact me.  I can provide further assistance, including solutions I have gathered that will work. I have worked in this field for over 14 years with knowledge of information that goes back both experientially and academically 25 years. While the information is overwhelming I can assure you it is accurate and that there are viable solutions available which I have repeatedly shared with US governmental leadership which I will share with you as well.


When I began my research I kept asking “what is the source of the torture, rape and abuse?” There are many paths we can take to stop these abuses, many have failed, yet, it is equally important to know and cut these abuses off at their source so that the poison does not spread. There are many sources of this poison, and yet through strategic and tactical thinking, with innovative and creative ways we together can stop these abuses and tortures, thereby protecting citizens and world communities in finding true global security. I hope you will assist me in my mission.


I thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. I hope you will consider contacting me for further joint possibilities in resolving these ongoing crises issues. I am interested and dedicated to the healing of these issues through fiscally viable solutions.




Reverend Dorothy H. Mackey

Former US Air Force Captain and Commander

4th US Supreme Court Case Listed in Summary


Summary of Torture and Abuse:

President Carter and Governor’s Letter:

  • It recent months, President Carter noted the U.S. is engaged as a nation using “torture”, his website goes on to state, while “combating terrorism defending human rights, and ensuring our collective security go hand in hand.”
  • Both Governor’s Janet Napolitano (Arizona) and Kathleen Sebelius (Kansas) forwarded a letter to Secretary of Defense Gates calling for an inquiry on military sexual abuse of military women by their own.
  • President George W. Bush justified going to war against Saddem Hussein noting one reason as his “torture and rape rooms.”
  • President George W. Bush gave a special edict to the United Nations to stop the trafficking and rape of women and children globally.
  • Globally the majority of nations recognize that rape is torture. However, the U.S. refuses to sign the international treaties: making Rape a War Crime and the International Criminal Courts Treaty, Bush noted he would only sign the latter, IF U.S. military had immunity. This was prior to the Abu Ghraib Scandal.



  • 1983: The Buckmiller Case (Fort Ord, CA): Army military police (MP’s) gang rape female soldier Buckmiller, while the 2 (MP) were convicted, the U.S. Army wrote, “Rape is incidental to US military service.” New enlistees do NOT know this.  [Information available upon request]
  • The Uniformed Code of Military Justice has prosecution requirements by military for rape and abuse. However, according to “For Love of Country, Confronting Rape and Sexual Harassment in the US. Military” (*) by T.S. Nelson, (The Hayworth Press, Inc. 2002) “the Department of Defense repeated studies in 1989, 1992 and 1996 indicating over 1/2 of military women reported sexual victimization or sexual harassment yet DoD would not keep accurate, annual records of violent crimes perpetrated by military personnel.
  • (*) Below are abstractions from a 1991-1996 report from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, data compilation from 4 of 5 service branches including: reported rapes, cases tried, number convicted, percent reported versus tried, percent tried versus convicted, percent resulting in punitive discharges and the average sentence.
  • (*) Significant points of contention are the increases in reported cases of rape for the Navy/Marines and a sharp decrease in the average sentencing.  Reported cases jumped from 262 in 1995 to 412 in 1996; while the average sentences decreased from 20.86 years in 1995 to 8.9 years in 1996.  Ironically, the average sentence was even lower in 1994 at 3.95 years for a rape conviction, reducing a felony rape conviction to less than four years.  In the civilian sector, sentencing for rape in many states is 25+ years.  The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) allow(ed)(s) for the death penalty in instances of wartime rape.  Yet, it has never been implemented. What does this say for “zero tolerance?” 
  • The Navy/Marines had the worst conviction rates for 1991-1996, with less that a third (1 in 3) of the cases actually tried resulting in a conviction.
  • (*) A three-year summary of reported rape cases ending in conviction is noted in the table below based on the data provided by the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense.




Rapes Reported to Military Criminal Investigative Offices:  1994-1996



Number reported

Number convicted

Percent convicted





Air Force









Number reported

Number convicted

Percent convicted





Air Force









Number reported

Number convicted

Percent convicted





Air Force









  • (*) In 1992, a year after the Tailhook Scandal, the Navy’s records for rape convictions— Navy sentencing rates dropped significantly during that time frame and conviction rates were also surprisingly low according to the Pentagon data.
  • (*) Over 95% of the accused rapists in the Navy and Marines in 1992 were found not guilty of the alleged rapes and were not convicted of the crimes.  Only 4.5% of the reported rapes in the Navy and the Marine Corps ended in a conviction.  Moreover, of the 422 reported cases that year, 80% of the alleged rapists (341) never faced a court-martial

·        (*) Almost every reported rapist in the Navy or Marine Corps in 1992 was found not guilty.  They were free to go on with their lives (or to stay in the service) if they so desired.”


Documented Facts:             

  • Since 1970, the Pentagon has implemented what has come to be known as the McDowell Rape Checklist.  This checklist was trained to and must be followed by every military criminal investigator. Using this checklist any legitimate rape victim’s testimony was and is inadmissible.  [see below facts from McDowell Checklist – available upon request]
  • Lt. Colonel Charles P. McDowell’s first premise is that of all reports of rape by military women:
    • 60% of all rape allegations are false reports, despite FBI’s national civilian statistics of false reports as only 8%.
    • This despite the fact the women have pasted a myriad of mental, physical, psychological background checks and have security clearances.
  • McDowell’s Questionnaire includes 57 Questions (each answer per question is weighted at 1/2 to 5 point per answer) [Questionnaire /Point Score Info Available Upon Request, IAUR]
  • Actual McDowell Rape Checklist Questions & Points Given for Answers: Y = if, Yes response given by victim, N = if, No response given by victim.

o        Does the victim report being intoxicated at the time of the assault? [If Yes, 3. points]

o        Does the victim report offering vigorous resistance to the assault? [If Yes 3. points]

o        Does victim report passing out or losing consciousness during the assault? [If Yes, .5 pts]

o        Does victim report anal sex? [If, No = 1. point]

o        Does victim report forced oral sex? [If, No = .5 point]

o        Does the victim report being assaulted at gunpoint? [If, Yes = 3 pts]

o        Does the victim report being assaulted by multiple assailants? [If Yes = .5]

o        Does the victim report her assailant wore a mask? [If, Yes = .5]

o        Does the victim report her assailant wore gloves? [If, Yes = .5]

  • Pentagon & McDowell Scoring System: Victim MUST score Below Zero to be considered Telling the Truth! Here is McDowell’s Scoring System:

o        0-16                 Equivocal {evasive, ambiguous, uncertain outcome, of doubtful nature}

o        16-35:              Allegation probably false

o        36-75:              False allegation

o        76 + up:          Overkill

  • After McDowell information was initially known in 1997, the Pentagon’s assurance advocates that McDowell’s checklist was discontinued. Yet, McDowell was promoted to Colonel provided a special position in the Pentagon, he still travels and provides his training nationally in civilian circles and potentially internationally. [Info avail]
  • Five US Congressionally-passed immunity laws allow military members, military leadership, the U.S. Government and U.S. based subcontractors (Halliburton- Jones as seen on 20/20 Dec 14, ‘07) to rape, maim and murder their own military or civilians with no accountability. These laws are: Feres Doctrine, Bivens Doctrine, Intra-Military Immunity, Title VII and US Code 552A.
  • Five US military women or their loved ones exhausted all military avenues for justice after rapes, stalking, abuse, which ONLY then allowed them access to the US Court system. Victims and families witnessed these assailants and those notified in senior positions by victims of ongoing abuses were given immunity under theses laws. The US Supreme Court Cases are: Stubbs (Army-deceased due to ongoing abuse took own life rather then be subjected to military abuse*), Colins (Air Force- deceased* same as Stubbs case), O’Neill (Navy-deceased, stalked and murdered), Mackey (Air Force), and Smith (Army). [IAUR]
  • McDowell testified before U.S. Congress Hearing (April 1985) concern Juvenile Rape Victims, and used his information noting children cannot be considered truthful or reliable in their statement(s) of abuse. [Information available upon request] The U.S. and Somalia are the only 2 nations who have not ratified treaty for The Rights of the Child.
  • 1997 Justice Department Statistics: [Info available]

o       US Veterans in US civilian prisons, of 143,000+ veterans in US federal, state and local prisons/ jails:

o       Veterans are #1: for sexual assault; 1 of 3 veterans are imprisoned for sexual assault. 

o      17% of Veterans versus only 7% of Civilian for sexual assault of civilians.

o       Military rape rate is double+ that of civilian rates.

o       Murder of civilians is second highest crime by veterans to be in civilian prison.

·        The 2003 University of Iowa and Veterans Affairs Study; 200,000 military women reported while in service were

o       31% of military women raped, and 79% sexually harassed or assaulted;

o        Yet, in 2004: these statistics were reversed noting: 79% were raped, 31% sexually harassed or assaulted.

·        Male survivors of military rape: 98% of heterosexual are assaulted by heterosexual attackers for power, not by gay men– same as women! [video available upon request]

·        Men raped in the military are highly under-reported as 1.1%, yet the likelihood is that there are as many male rape survivors as women.

·        Military women reporting rapes, torture are often thrown out of the military under “personality disorders” or other charges of convenience resulting in Veterans Affairs refusing disability claims, or benefits to recover from traumas.

·        In 1994 the Troops to Teachers Program with help of DoD was given $54 million

o       States Teacher or Non-Teacher applications don’t asked the correct questions on applications of veterans.  [Research Article Available Upon Request]

o       Congressionally passed USC 552A: FBI is blocked from getting background check information on veterans that would prohibit their employment in schools!

  • March 31, 2004 US Congress wrote a letter to DoD Secretary Rumsfeld, noting 18 US Congressional Inquiries completed on sexual assault and harassment of military women with virtually no recommendations being taken. [letter available]
  • Scottsdale AZ, Tribune December 16, 2007 Special Report Teachers Disciplined in Sexual Misconduct nationwide is at all time high. [Art Available on Request]
  • Reasons for Concerns Citizen Safety Torture and Abuse Coming into Our Communities: Here are some of the former U.S. military members who are mass murders, involved in torture and rape:

o       Timothy McVeigh, US Army Oklahoma City Bombing

o       Robert Lee Yates, WA, US Army/National Guard, buried women under house

o       David Berkowitz, NY, US Army killed couples in NY known as Son of Sam

o       Jeffery Dahmer, WI, Army; Army trained to do autopsies, killed & cannibalized victims,

o       Charles Ng, US Marine, tortured, and murdered families in Oregon & WA

o       Ridgeway, “The Green River Killer”, US Navy, killed 49 women

o       Albert DeSalvo, US Army, known as the Boston Strangler

o       Arthur Shawcross, US military, killed children 

o       Richard Allen Davis, Army, Killer of Polly Klaas, CA

o       1996 12 year old Okinawa School Girl: raped & hogtied by 3 US service members, they served 8 years but have no sexual predator paperwork following them due to US policy. At last note, one of the assailants lived in Georgia, and one lived in Texas, the third party other’s location is unknown.

o       Children of US Military include Eric Harris, son USAF officer, Columbine High.School Shooter, Colorado

o       Ted Bundy, beaten as 5 year old by military step father believed to have killed over 200 women across America including a 14 year old girl in Florida. 

o       John Wayne Gacey: Chicago, Illinois killed and buried 30 young boys.

  • Currently, in a December 20, 2007 report Anchorwoman Katie Couric notes the DoD is discharging male veterans

o       22,000 US veterans returning from the war with the diagnosis of “personality disorders” and 5,000 vets with “substance abuse” were expelled from the military without benefits, rather than being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which takes 9 months to document and will cost approximately $2 million per veteran to recover from.

o       Veterans of Iraq war are killing themselves at 120 vets per week!

  • Since the end of the Vietnam War, vets denied quality help estimates 85,000 have committed suicide, the Vietnam dead on the Vietnam DC wall are 83,000.
  • 2005-07 General Janet Karpinski: stated she told General’s Diamond & Sanchez of US military women’s rapes on the way to the latrines at night on secure bases. Both dismissed the concern. Diamond noted destroyed lights only over the women latrine were ok, ensuring no enemy mortars fire was received, while male latrines remained well lit.
  • General Karpinski noted military women on secure US bases in the war zone were refusing to hydrate, fearing rape on the way to latrines, several died from dehydration, rather than risk being raped. The Army hid this situation until Karpinski exposed it.
  • The same discharge, “personality disorder”, is used against US military, women who were tortured, raped and abused by our own and often get no benefits.
  • US refusal to sign the International Criminal Court Treaty, yet the U.S, continues to have a voice that is heard, followed and supported by those who did sign, the voice of the U.S.  was especially heard in moving forward in the War Trials of President’s Milosevic and Saddem Hussein.


¨From the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, all men are created equal, …endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,…Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness…derived their just powers from the consent of the governed, (by You) That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the RIGHT of the People to alter or abolish it. And institute new Government…laying a foundation…to effect their Safety and Happiness.but when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them…it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”


Will you help us stop the torture, abuse and rape of women, men, and children, as citizens of this nation, and internationally?  Will you help us reclaim our voices, our rights, our lives, our security and our peace?  We need your help to denounce these U.S. Congressionally passed laws, policies and hold accountable those who instituted these allowances contrary to the Declaration of Independence, US Constitution, Geneva Convention and the yet unsigned Treaties for The Rights of the Child, and Rape as a War Crime.

Press Release, January 19, 2008

Lauterbach Allowed to be Raped and Murdered Re-Ignites Demand and Urgency In Calling For STAAAMP’s Independent Investigative Agency of Military Crimes


STAAAMP, Survivor Take Action Against Abuse by Military Personnel, Executive Director and former US military Commander, Rev. Dorothy Mackey has been watching and accurately anticipating the spin doctor’s of the Marine Corps throughout this horrific case.  The rape of Lance Cpl Lauterbach, and failure by command to protect her began from the beginning. Luaterbach’s strength to pursue the rape charges in a courts martial was surely not liked by command leadership even to DC. Rev Mackey noted, having 7 years of military command experience, serving 5700 cases and having challenged this system herself she speaks from a level of unique experience. Military abuse survivors “know as Lauterbach stood firm in her charges the gang mentality (keying her car, terrorizing her) was whirling and the leadership was most likely not happy as Lauterbach was moving forward with her case, in a wink and a nod (as seen in Army Aberdeen Rape Scandal undue command influence) middle and senior leadership looked the other way or gave notice for lower ranking “to handle it” meaning Lauterbach case was most likely would never come to trial. This case is too much of a recruiting snafu and “these types of Marines who are wide spread throughout” the Few Good Marine’s Corps will do whatever it takes to protect their twisted meaning of Semper FI.”


Mackey states, there are some real needing to be repeated: The Marine Corps and all military services don’t care to get the VIOLENT and catastrophic damages that rape does to the individual. 

o  As in many of these cases, not ONLY did the military say that Lauterbach’s rape was not violent, therefore the command had no need for serious concern! This statement alone demonstrates the Marine Corps and military allegiance to ignore VIOLENT crimes that led to her death. The dismissal of criminal law and protection for victims occurred due to the use since 1970’s of the Pentagon’s and military criminally flawed McDowell Rape Checklist by military criminal investigators which dismisses rape victims claims, evidence and fears for their life within the services.

o  Receiving calls from survivors of military abuse reminded of the implied and verbal death threats most of her clientele have received while in service for speaking out about their own rapes.

oImmediate concern for the safety of the young female Marine who processed Lauterbach's protective order, and publicly countered the Marine’s claims that Lauterbach was not in fear. By countering the Marine stated Lauterbach “was terrified” makes her a marked soldier, the Marine command knows who she is, and she needs placed in protective custody from the Marines, to include not sending her into the war zone.


Mackey speaking on command experience perspective: stated

oLaurean and Lauterbach for the “integrity of the investigation” should of have received 24 hour escorts, this is common place, ensuring Lauterbach was not harassed by the gang mentality which is very widely know and experienced on military bases and posts, and

o          Laurean would have not been able to communicate to his Marine Corps buddies taking matters into their/his own hands.

o          The absence of the Marine command not suggesting immediately to Laurean to seek Area Defense Counsel after Lauterbach stated she had been raped is unheard of, but demonstrates command incompetence and or dereliction of duty (at least) by the command structure.

o          A commander if competent is required to protect both parties as well as the interests of the military, without hiding the truth and impacting justice!” 

o          Questions the time line in part and potentially in whole put out by the Marine Corps leadership as of January 15, 2008. Mackey find that as a commander of 7 years and having been involved thousands of cases in the military and out of the military that young troops often accused of serious crimes are not aware and must be told to seek legal council (ADC, Area Defense Council) immediately without talking to anyone else.

§          Military personnel are told to get ADC advise because it is not within their experience to know these things, and yet it is very odd that Laurean had the rare and presence of mind to search out and finance the hiring of a civilian attorney, and now three attorneys to represent him.

o          While it maybe conjuncture on the part of Rev. Mackey, she feels Laurean’s wife trained to be loyal to the Marines Corps may have told the leadership sooner not later (as published reports note 24 hours) of the serious heinous nature of the murder, cover-up, number of Marine’s involved and burning (BBQ) over Cpl Luaterbach’s body.

o          “This time line must be challenged!” It feels as if the Marine Corps are posturing itself to write a script that fit bizarre facts to ultimately protect itself.

o          Mackey speculates that the Marine Corps rushed Laurean’s wife back onto active duty to limit public access to her, and feels any public photo’s of the wife that are available are oddly fuzzy and unclear. (the Marine Corps is mandated to have for security reasons clear photos identifications of all personnel). It is curious then why no one has a clear picture of Laurean’s wife. I am sure many are asking : Is it that Lauren’s wife, not Lauterbach bought the bus ticket?

o          IF Laurean’s wife informed the Marine’s immediately of the heinous nature of this crime: involvement of other Marines in Lauterbach’s actual death, cover up through cleaning and painting the house, purchasing of burning materials, dismemberment and burning (BBQ) of Lauterbach’s body.  There very well could be more that the Marine’s are really protecting.


America this is our wake up call or how many more rape and murder victims (Mother and Child) do we have to see?  Military rape victims now know that their body through rape is not just at risk but their very lives are at risk! Mackey has long been praying and speaking quietly to organization insiders that she hoped this day and case of Lauterbach would never come but since the US military and government would not heed the advise this outcome was fast coming.  She already anticipates what is going through military rape victims minds who already know their commands don’t care, won’t prosecuted their rapists and now their lives really are worth nothing as the Marine’s deny all responsibility in their blunders that led to Lauterbach’s death.


Washington D.C. and Military Involvement:

America’s military sons and daughter now understand that even on a US military bases and posts regardless of the “violence level” of the crime of rape, these survivors have been at risk and fighting for their very lives.  Mackey, stated that calls she has received from survivors keep stating the same thing, “that could have been me, it almost was me.”  This is a call to action that no man or women in the military service is safe from command leadership who have failed to prosecute fully crimes, who have been tainted by the Pentagon’s McDowell Rape Checklist! Mackey met Dr. David Chu in April, 2007 in D.C noted Dr. Chu heads the military rape crisis program, told her she didn’t know what she was speaking of when Mackey told him of the 5 immunity laws of protecting military rapists, abusers, murders and command leadership from accountability!  Mackey shared the 5 immunity laws and the 5 military women’s cases that went before the US Supreme Court, Chu told her again she didn’t know what she was speaking of.  Mackey shared the 5 immunity laws and the 5 military women’s cases that went before the US Supreme Court, Chu told her again she didn’t know what she was speaking of.  As Mackey, and fellow activist Phoebe Jones of the Global Women's Strike/Philadelphia, listened to Chu, Mackey noted this information was provided by the Justice Department for her own case to the Supreme Court.  Mackey is one of 2 remaining military women alive; the other 3 were killed after reporting their abuses in the military, just like Lauterbach.  Refusal by Washington insiders like Dr. Chu and top brass allow military to continue to be raped, abused and murdered, it is time to prosecute McDowell for his involvement of supporting military rape, abuse and murder which is responsible for Lauterbach’s rape and death.


Real Change and Action A Workable Solution: These and the hundreds of thousands rape survivors who never got justice as well as Corporal Lauterbach’s case demonstrates the significant reasons why America now needs to demand for an Independent Investigative Agency (IIA) be set up for the safety, well being, and protection of victims of military and federal crimes, as well as the impeccable criminal investigation of federal employees, subcontractors and military.  Crimes such as rape, domestic abuse, and murder of military, employees, spouses, children of military and civilians will be investigated and supported in the IIA.  This agency must be overseen not by mouth pieces of the military but run by military survivor advocates who are fully aware of the maze of military bureaucracy, double talk, and deception tactics rather then making the military more internally safe, honorable and increase a greater and much needed level of trust of the senior leadership. It would be fully staffed and supported by impeccable law enforcement, criminal investigators, medical personnel, counselor’s specialists who are dedicated to honesty and impeccable integrity rather then spinning the truth!   STAAAMP have long time advocated for this process for objective, fair and due diligence in finding, seeking and getting justice. This is the least we can do in the thousands of cases ignored, denied by military “just-us” system and will be a standing long lasting dedication in memory of Lance Cpl Marie Lauterbach and her son, Gabriel.


Contact Information:

Rev. Dorothy Mackey, Exec Director STAAAMP

Phoenix: 602.374.7375