Years of Letters Advising ACLU
Lawyers Of Pattern of Judicial Corruption
Combined With Civil Rights Violations
Starting in the 1960s while Rodney Stich was a key federal airline safety inspector, he repeatedly notified ACLU offices and personnel of:
The ongoing corruption related to a series of continuing airline crashes and other areas of criminal activities that he and his coalition of other government agents and insiders had discovered.
The repeated obstruction of justice cover-ups by federal judges that enabled the criminal activities and deadly consequences to continue.
The schemes by California judges, lawyers, and federal judges to block the exposure of the ongoing criminal activities that involved repeated and massive violations state and federal statutes, controlling case law, rules of court, and constitutional protections.
The involvement of ACLU lawyers in parallel legal actions that were blocking the former federal agent from continuing with his attempts to expose the corruption.
The corruption, unlawful, and unconstitutional seizure of the assets that funded his exposure activities.
The continuing harm, some of it catastrophic, from the corrupt activities of federal judges, Department of Justice lawyers, and a hoard of over 50 lawyers and law firms−some of whom were members of the ACLU.
Made aware of federal judges using the courts in a criminal manner that were crimes against the United States, and resulting in national disasters.
Made aware of the role of California judges in an obvious obstruction of justice scheme with a CIA-FBI-front San Francisco law firm that was also a member of the ACLU.
Made aware of the corruption of California judges and federal judges that met the legal criteria of a racketeering enterprise.
That they themselves, being informed of the criminal activities by a former federal agent, were guilty of obstruction of justice for not reporting their discovery, and that by refusing to help halt the civil rights violations, they were guilty of felonies under a federal statute.
Sampling of Letters to ACLU
Letter to ACLU, San Francisco office, February 15, 2000. (MS Word) (Adobe pdf)
Letter from ACLU, San Francisco office, March 10, 2000 (MS Word) (Adobe pdf)
Letter to ACLU Executive offices, Glasser, March 17, 2000. (MS Word) (Adobe pdf)
Letter to ACLU, Executive offices, NYC, March 25, 2000 (MS Word) (Adobe pdf)
Letter to ACLU, Executive offices, Glasser, March 28, 2000 (MS Word) (Adobe pdf)
Letter to ACLU, San Francisco, May 25, 2002. (MS Word) (Adobe PDF)
Letter to ACLU, Executive offices, New York, May 25, 2002. (MS Word) (Adobe PDF)
Earlier letters, starting in 1970, will be posted as time permits.
Letters were written periodically to the ACLU starting in the 1970s reporting the deep-seated criminal misconduct discovered by government agents, and the retaliation against agents seeking to report these national crimes, which involved major civil rights violations. Not once did they respond, which made them enablers to:
A pattern of ongoing criminal activities.
A pattern of resulting harm suffered by the American people, harm to national interests, and eventually playing a role in the conditions that enabled 19 terrorists to hijack four airlines on 9/11; kill nearly 3,000 people, and set the stage for two unlawful wars based on lying that was part of the endemic patter of corruption, and the harm that continues to this day. A textbook example of the "butterfly" or ripple effects from seemingly far removed events.
Further, an ACLU-connected law firm in San Francisco, and their lawyers, which was also a CIA-front law firm, was actively involved in years of sham legal tactics to halt the exposure of criminal activities, including those that enabled the events of 9/11 to occur.
Ironically, this same group of ACLU lawyers continually seek financial donations from the public to attack, what they say, are constitutional violations and to protect vital U.S. interests.
ACLU Lawyers Were Complicit
In Many Great National Tragedies
ACLU lawyers were complicit in great national tragedies by their cover-ups of the underlying corruption, the felonious cover-ups, and the felonious retaliation against a former federal agent.
Among the consequences that their complicity and felony obstruction of justice cover-ups made possible were:
Years of continuation of fraud related airline disasters.
Years of continuation of criminal activities that former federal agent Rodney Stsich and his coalition of other government agents and insiders sought to expose.
A series of successful terrorist acts, including 9/11.
Prior Fraud-Related Catastrophic
Events Known to ACLU Lawyers
Sampling of Subsequent Events Made Possible
by ACLU Cover-Up Complicity
Made possible by the cover-up complicity by ACLU lawyers were such matters as:
Continuation of the culture in the government aviation safety offices responsible for a continuing series of airline disasters, including the hijackings of four airliners on 9/11.
Continuation of the high-level criminal activities that the former federal agent and his coalition of other insiders sought to report.
Continued undermining of key offices in the United States, including the federal courts, Department of Justice, the California courts, and people covering up in other government departments.
The successful series of forewarned terrorist attacks.
The ripple effects from the terrorists attacks, including the lying segment of the endemic corruption that led the United States into war with Afghanistan and Iraq, and the even more dangerous ripple effects.
Strong Suspicion of Terrorist Act. See the book, Unfriendly Skies: 20th & 21st Centuries.
comparison of blame for 9/11, and 9/11 enablers:
American Airlines Flight 587
(Strong indications of Terrorist Action)
Forewarned Bombings of U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania
U.S. Embassies in Africa:
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