The problem is that the company was using ASAP items to discipline pilots as a sole source, not as part of any discovery or investigation.
That is impossible, unless the ASAP program itself was corrupt and the folks on the ERC too (which is a criminal offense, btw). If the ASAP report was sole-source, the company would not know about it unless you had a rat in the system, or the report didn't qualify for sole-source exemptions because it was intentional, willful, or qualification based.
IOW, you are not very convincing, particularly since you made about ASAP reports now, instead of AIDMOR reports.
Pulling out of ASAP hurts the pilots more than it hurts anyone else!