Another Government-Converted Criminal Enterprise

An area of corruption that is virtually unknown to the people is that occurring in the federal bankruptcy courts. The corruption is described in various books, including Defrauding America and History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to 9/11. Media personnel and media corporations withholds the information from the people. Corruption fighting whistleblower, Captain Rodney Stich became ensnared and learned the hard way.

Earlier, in an attempt to halt Stich's actions that were exposing widespread corruption in multiple areas of the federal government, Department  of Justice personnel initiated a bizarre scheme to strip him of the assets that funded his corruption-fighting activities. They used a former wife living in Texas in a sham divorce action, claiming that she wanted a divorce and half of his $10 million in assets held in corporations.

The sham nature of that scheme was that the parties had been divorced 18 years earlier; the 1966 divorce judgment had been entered as a local judgment in Colorado, Oklahoma, Nevada, and California. His former wife had been declaring herself divorced throughout this period in legal documents—and continued to do so after the sham divorce action was filed in California.

The CIA-front San Francisco law firm of Friedman, Sloan and Ross, and their attorneys, filed the sham divorce action in the California courts at Fairfield, under the Family Law Act. Several statutes under that act deprives California judges of personal and subject matter jurisdiction if there is a prior divorce judgment. Under court procedures, a declaratory judgment action could legally  have been filed to attack the validity of those multiple divorce judgments, but dozens of California and federal laws violated: statutes, decisions of the California Supreme Court, federal statutes, and  landmark decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court barred such attacks. Further, all property owned by Stich had been obtained after the 1965 separation and 1966 divorce, making it outside the jurisdiction  of the California judges. Despite the absence of personal and subject matter jurisdiction, California judges issued harmful orders from 1982 to 1986, as if a marriage existed and they had jurisdiction. When Stich exercised the statutory objection or appeal remedies, California judges ordered him to pay thousands of dollars in fines.

These repeated violations violated federally protected rights for which federal courts have mandatory jurisdiction if an action is filed seeking a declaratory judgment of rights, and also jurisdiction under the Civil Rights Act. Expecting to receive protection in federal courts, starting with the federal courts at Sacramento, district judge Raul Ramirez, they all protected the massive violations of dozens of controlling laws by the CIA-front law firm and the California judges. Massive evidence at a latter date indicated that the scheme was concocted by personnel in the U.S. Department of Justice, and that their power was so strongand corruptthat they were able to bring dozens of California judges into the scheme. Appeals to the federal appellate courts, and even to the U.S. Supreme Court, showed further protection of the scheme. The ability, and the willingness, to do that, made all the rights, defenses, and protections under the laws and  Constitution of the United States, meaningless.

Seeking Relief in Chapter 11 Courts From Repeated
Massive Judicial Civil Rights/Human Rights Violations

Unaware of the widespread corruption in the bankruptcy courts involving Department of Justice trustees, federal judges, and CIA personnel, assuming  the rule of law existed, Stich thought he could force the issue of the sham divorce action that was part of a Department of Justice scheme. That assumption that honor existed in the bankruptcy courts was dramatically  proved wrong.

The refusal by federal judges to order the halt of the massive civil rights violations, and the great personal and financial losses suffered by Stich, caused Stich to seek relief from the civil rights violations in Chapter 11, seeking to save his life's assets. Such an attempt may never before have been tried. Stich's asset s were in excellent financial condition, but the lis pendens placed on his properties in the California courts caused him to lose valuable properties when the mortgages came due and could not be turned over. One of the properties he lost was his home.

In 1987, Stich filed two chapter 11 cases: one for his personal assets and one for his corporate assets. He filed in Las Vegas (where he had several rental apartments). The corruption that Stich discovered in the California and federal district courts were compounded in the bankruptcy courts. Stich would discover that massive corruption existed throughout the federal bankruptcy courts involving federal judges, federal trustees, lawyers, law firms, and their accomplices. (These are described in the book, Defrauding America and Unfriendly Skies: 20th and 21st Centuries.)

Massive Legal, Constitutional, Human Rights Violations by
Federal Judges and Department of Justice Personnel To
Block Exposure of Corruption in Government Offices

In the bankruptcy courts, Stich experienced the corruption that many others had encountered, and this corruption is described in the book, Defrauding America, and to some extent in History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to 9/11. The following are a few of the highlights:

See related chapter in the book, Defrauding America, by Captain Rodney Stich

Sampling of Legal Filings in Chapter 11 Courts

The corruption in the bankruptcy courts is heavily detailed in the books, Unfriendly Skies: 20th & 21st Centuries, and Defrauding America.

Federal Judges and DOJ Personnel Aided and Abetted Ongoing
High-Level Corruption That Enabled Prior—
And Subsequent Great Tragedies

       Consider the following:

Without addressing the other areas affected by the criminal activities that Stich and his group of former government agents sought to report, and addressing only the corruption that affected the aviation environment:

Email address for the author and activist against corruption in government:

For more information relating to the author and his activities put "Rodney Stich" into a search engine such as Google or The links run into many tens of thousands.

Documentary Books Showing Corruption Among
U.S. Leaders In Some Ways Worse Than That
Which Brought Down the Egyptian Leadership









All of the books are available at, in print and on the Kindle, and at many other Internet sites. They bring together the various pieces of the puzzle to better understand the overall picture, and why the same conditions continue year after year. Information on the books by former government agent Rodney Stich

Sampling of early books reviews

Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.

More information about these books by clicking here.





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