Letters Sent to Congress
Evidence of FBI Murders
During the past 40 years, former federal agent and his unusual coalition of other government agents and insiders have contacted members of Congress offering evidence on various forms of ongoing criminal activities that they, as a group, had discovered during their official government duties.
This page relates to a sampling of letters sent to members of Congress in 2003, by former federal agent Rodney Stich, offering to provide evidence that he and his coalition had discovered. of:
agents providing classified information to Mafia figures.
FBI agents involved in bank robberies and murders with Mafia figures, enlarging upon similar misconduct by FBI agents in the Boston area associated with a string of murders and other crimes.
No response. It is a criminal offense to withhold information of a federal crime. Members of Congress were notified in writing of serious criminal activities affecting national security, and under the federal crime reporting statute, they had a mandatory duty to receive the information. Failure to do so were felonies. Details of the letters follow:
2003, letter to Representative Tom Davis letter.
Chairman Committee on Government Reform. Copiers were sent to all other members
of the House
Three years later, a Brooklyn district attorney was forced to file murder charges due to local media publicity.
Source of Information
Stich obtained this information from former Mafia member Gregory Scarpa, Jr. (with whom Stich had a book contract); a former associate of Jimmy Hoffa, brutal crime thug Tony Spilotro (the person portrayed in the movie, Casino); and a former FBI agent who worked under DeVecchio.
Stich offered to provide the names of his sources, including a former key member of the Colombo Mafia family in New York; a former underworld figure that was an associate of Jimmy Hoffa; Las Vegas mobster Tony Spilotro (the key figure in the movie, Casino); and a former FBI agent from the New York office, all of whom had key inside information on these serious crimes that involved FBI and DOJ officials in Washington.
As in years past, despite the serious charges and consequences, not a single member of Congress responded. In 2006, the district attorney in Brooklyn, using the same mafia figure with whom Stich had a book contract in 2002, filed murder charges against FBI agent Lindley DeVecchio. The cover-up and obstruction of justice by members of Congress in 2003, when Stich offered them information, was finally circumvented in 2006 by the district attorney in Brooklyn.
Credibility Behind the Letters
This writer, who was a former
key federal aviation safety inspector-investigator.
This writer's close
association with the mole inside the al Qaeda cell.
This writer's close association with a highly decorated Vietnam helicopter pilot and former FBI Special Agent, who worked under the FBI supervisor involved in the murders.
Details of these matters can be found in the book,Crimes of the FBI-DOJ, and the Mafia.
for Serious People by Serious Professionals:
Unprecedented Insight Into America's Government Culture
Of Corruption and Human Rights Violations
All of the books are available at amazon.com, 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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