My daughter is being booted out on a 'fraudulent enlistment' charge. Even though her recruiter knew she had been off of certain meds less than a year (both she and I told him on separate occasions), he was able to get her enlisted without a waivor. He also 'strongly encouraged her' to withhold information (she never actually lied about the meds, she just never mentioned them--no, she shouldn't have done that, but hindsight is 20/20). He lied to her and told her it didn't matter and that he had found a 'loophole'. Now she is getting an RE-4, and her military aspirations are finished.
She will be home in a few weeks, and I would like to see to it that a claim is filed against her recruiter so it doesn't happen to someone else. What is the procedure to do this? I know our one claim may not make a difference, but I would like to make sure that if claims are filed against him in the future, there will be a trail following him.