A scientist and expert witness shared with TrialSite a recent legal case involving a 22-year Navy enlisted LT. The winning law firm, R Davis Younts Esquire, reports that on May 20, 2022, a Board composed of three Navy officers found that the firm’s client, LT Bill Moseley, did not commit misconduct by refusing a COVID-19 injection and found unanimously that LT Moseley should be retained in the United States Navy.
A victory for medical freedom, attorney Younts represented LT Moseley at the administrative hearing and successfully argued that the order for military members to receive the experimental COVID-19 injection was not a lawful order.
After consulting with legal and medical experts, (Mosely) became convinced that as an officer he had an obligation to take a stand against what he considered an unlawful order and be a voice for thousands of enlisted Sailors.
Consequently, LT Moseley risked his twenty-two-year career and his military retirement because of his determination—led by faith, political commitment to a principle of medical freedom, and his commitment to his oath of office as a military leader.
Although this is only one case of thousands, this law firm has many more clients facing prosecution by the military. The firm’s principal R. Davis Younts is encouraged by the decision and hopes that this ground-breaking case sends a strong message to the Department of Defense.