Unprecedented Supreme Court Justice Reply to Legal Filing
Exposing High-Level Corruption—and His Apology—
As a Single Justice—for Not Being Able to Help

In October, 1991, corruption-fighting whistleblower Rodney Stich submitted to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White an emergency petitions that reported serious corruption in key government positions, resulting in great harmand reported the attacks upon the whistleblower to halt his exposure efforts—which included majors violations of constitutionally protected rights, along with violations that were criminal acts.

Such petitions are responded to by the clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court, through a formal denial notice or notice of additional action. In this petition, raising matters of urgent national interests, Supreme Court Justice Byron White made an unprecedented personal response, with an even more unprecedented apology for not being able to help. His brief but revealing October 21,1991, unprecedented personal response and apology stated:

Dear Mr. Stich,

As a single Justice I can be of no help to
you. I am returning your petition.

            Sincerely yours,

            Byron White
 

The petition sent to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White. (Copy shown is a similar copy sent to other Supreme Court Justices, that was sent to Justice Byron White.) Among the serious ongoing misconduct in government brought to Justice White were the following:

Unprecedented Lawsuit Filed Against Justices of  U.S. Supreme Court


Beforeand AfterHarm Associated with The
Corrupt Conduct Stated in That Emergency Petition

Sampling of the corruption in areas raised in the petition, and the great harm associated with the corruption, occurring prior to the 1991 petition:


Credibility of the Corruption-Fighting Activist
Added to the Credibility of Charges in the Petition


Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
 By Supreme Court Justices

Years later, Stich wrote to Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court serious matters that were enabled by corruption brought to their attention over the years that they chose to cover-Up:


Books Revealing 40 Years of Misconduct and a
Mosaic of Misconduct Throughout the U.S. Government—
|With Worldwide Consequences

Over a dozen highly detailed and documented books revealing a nation's leaders as riddled with corruption with a history of resulting tragedies. These are heavily details books written by granddaddy of corruption-exposing whistleblower Rodney Stich with input from an unprecedented number of key personnel involved in covert and overt activities. They provide the material for a peaceful "Arab Spring" outrage among courageous Americans. (These books are available in print and digital format at www.amazon.com; www.google.com; and other web sites. At each site, put "Rodney Stich" into the search box for a list of these books.

 

   

  

      

        

   

All of the books are available at amazon.com, in print and on digital formats, 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.

These books are not-for-profit; they were first published when Stich had assets in the 1980s of about $10 million, and had no need for book profits. Department of Justice personnel and federal judges corruptly seized these assets that were "foolishly" being used to fund the exposure of the widespread corruption.


Similarities Between German People Under Adolf Hitler
And American People Under U.S. Government Leaders

A poem written by Martin Niemoller, relating to how Germans tolerate Adolf Hitler is especially suitable to most Americans today:

 

    First they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out, because I was not a Jew.
    Then they came for the Communists, and I did not speak out, because I was not a Communist.
    Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out, because I was not a trade unionist.
    Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak out for me.

 

                  Pastor Martin Niemöller

 

Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) first supported the rise of Adolf Hitler, and then upon learning the truth, and objecting, he was imprisoned. He wrote a poem about the state of denial of Germans about what Hitler was doing. Probably no better example could be shown than what has been done to the American people, in their name, while they ignored the outrages.

 

The first step is to become informed. And with the vast cover-ups, disinformation, and blatant lying by U.S. politicians, media personnel, and political pundits, this requires a little effort. In searching for information, don't be misled by wild conspiracy theories, and go where facts can be found, including courageous (and foolish) insiders who speak out in defense of the country.

 

Sadly, fewer people read such books (preferring trivia reading), rarely read newspapers (which is one small step to becoming informed). Therefore, the future is bleak, made possible by the corruption detailed here and in the books, the cover-ups, and the public's indifference to their responsibilities.


International Crimes and Brutal Human Tragedies
From Corrupt Conduct of U.S. Leaders

  • Millions of killed civilians in foreign countries and many more crippled and maimed from the serial lying rampant of U.S. politicians and their shills.
     

  • Over a hundred thousand dead Americans and triple that number of maimed and wounded GIs in wars started and continued, since the end of World War II, on the basis of serial lying by U.S.  politicians and lying by bureaucrats. These wars include the U.S. invasions of Korea; Vietnam; Cambodia, Laos; Grenada; Panama; Afghanistan; Iraq; Libya; Syria; and more to come.
     

  • Decades of undermining foreign governments, assassinating or attempting to assassinate foreign leaders, providing training used against the people of other countries, and much more.
     

  • Self-serving and other conduct by U.S. politicians that generated the greatest number of people in the world's history wanting to kill Americans, and virtually no thought given by the uninformed and sheep-like American public to the deadly consequences.
     

  • The killing, or murders, of people, including infants and children, using drones, in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, and elsewhere.

The consequences will, naturally, be experienced by Americans, our children, for generations to come.