Contempt of Court Charges For Reporting
Criminal Activities, and Kennedy Involvement
Former federal agent Rodney Stich and his coalition of other former government agents, and insiders, had sought to report, expose, and halt the corrupt activities in key government positions that they had discovered that were inflicting great harm upon national security and the lives of the people.
The original corrupt activities that Stich sought to report related to an ongoing series of preventable airline disasters that had heavy death tolls.
From 1965 to 1988, Anthony Kennedy was a professor in constitutional law at Sacramento, California at the McGeorge School of law, University of the Pacific. In March 1975, President Gerald Ford nominated Kennedy to a judicial position on the U.S. Court of Appeals in the Ninth Circuit at San Francisco. On November 30, 1987, Kennedy was nominated to the Supreme Court, and took his seat at the Supreme Court on February 18, 1988.
It was at this time that federal judges at Sacramento were charging former federal agent Rodney Stich with criminal contempt of court for exercising the statutory requirement, and the right as a citizen, to report high-level corruption to the government.
Stich submitted several petitions to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals--including an emergency petition directly to Kennedy−during this time, shortly before he left San Francisco to take his position on the U.S. Supreme Court. The petitions received by Kennedy raised, among other issues, the following:
The continuing criminal activities in certain offices of the primary government safety offices that were resulting in a continuing series of preventable aviation disasters.
The scheme involving a combination of lawyers, cooperating California judges and federal judges, to halt Stich's exposure activities of corruption that would be the primary enabling causes for a series of terrorist attacks, including the hijackings of four airliners on 9/11.
The felony cover-ups by federal judges and Department of Justice personnel.
The felony retaliation against a witness and former federal agent for attempting to repost, expose, and halt the continuing crimes against the United States and the result harm to national security matters.
Corrupt seizure and liquidation of the $10 million in assets that Stich used to fund his public service activities.
Attempt to halt his imprisonment on the criminal contempt of court charges.
While these attacks were ongoing against Stich, federal prosecutors were routinely sentencing people to federal prison who had learned about a federal crime, such as that of a young black mother who overheard one side of a drug deal and did not report it to federal authorities, and who was sent to federal prison by prosecutors and federal judges in Kennedy's Ninth Circuit.
Petition for emergency relief. October 5, 1988. (MS Word) (Adobe PDF)
April 1, 1989 appear brief in Ninth Circuit appellate courts.
Emergency petition to stay prison sentence, Ninth Circuit. (MS Word) (Adobe PDF)
See contempt of court index.
One of Many Victims Made Possible By
Conduct of Supreme Court Justice Kennedy
Several of the Not-For-Profit Books Related
To Widespread Internal Corruption
All of the books are available at amazon.com, in print and on the Kindle, and at many other Internet sites.
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.
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