Years of Documented Cover-Ups Of
Corruption and Resulting Tragedies
The following sampling of letters and faxes, dating from the 1960s to the present, reveal the pattern of cover-ups by members of Congress of high-level corruption and the resulting tragedies. Starting with corruption that enabled years of aviation disasters and developing into years of terrorist successes. The cover-ups of major federal crimes were themselves a federal crime, that enabled the corruption to continue and the resulting tragedies, including the worsening terrorist successes.
Decades of Fraud-Enabled Aviation Disasters and Terrorist Successes
The primary and easiest to understand consequences were a series of deadly aviation disasters and a series of increasing terrorists successes, with a multitude of other consequences inflicting great harm upon individual Americans and great harm to national security, involving a series of easily preventable terrorist successes that are now a great threat to the American people as never before.
It is a Crime for Anyone to Cover-Up Any of These Criminal Acts
Under criminal statutes, anyone—and especially anyone holding a government position—commits a criminal act if that person covers up for a federal crime. Countless numbers of ordinary citizens have been imprisoned for doing that, including the mother sentenced to five years in federal prison for not reporting what she overheard during a phone call discussing illegal drugs.
Credibility of This Serious Information
These matters were discovered by corruption fighter, Captain Rodney Stich, after he was given an unprecedented and official life-and-death assignment to halt the misconduct and corruption at a politically-powerful airline and at a FAA facility. His decades of professional activities involving national and international operations, and his is credibility made the resulting cover-ups morally and legally irresponsible. An introduction into the sequence of events can be found at www.defraudingamerica.com/prior_and_future_terrorist_attacks_on_americans.
To understand the severity of these matters requires a serious person and the exercise of mental energy and something other than a tiny handheld device.
Sampling of Letters Received By
Sampling of letters sent to Captain Rodney Stich, with some well-known personnel such as Robert Kennedy.
Sampling of Communications in 2014
Fax and letter to U.S. Department of Justice, dated Dec. 16, 2014.
Fax to U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, Dec. 16, 2014.(Same sent to U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag, San Francisco; U.S. attorney, New Orleans; U.S. attorney, Montgomery, Al.; U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson, Houston, Texas; U.S. Attorney Hale Boggs, New Orleans; U.S. Attorney at Miami; U.S. Attorney, Montgomery, Al; U.S. Attorney Columbia, SC; U.S. Attorney, Raleigh, NC; U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, Boston. None responded, despite the gravity of the charges.
Fax to Rep. George Miller, December 16, 2014.
Fax to Senate Intelligence Committee, to Sen. Diane Feinstein and to Jay Rockefeller, Dec. 14, 2014.
Letters to U.S. Supreme Court Justices, John Roberts; Antonin Scalia, Stephen Breyer; Sonia Sotomayor; Elena Kagan; Anthony Kennedy; Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Jr.; Ruth Bader Ginsburg;
Fax to U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, Dec. 4, 2014.
Fax to U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, July 26, 2014.
Fax to U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, July 6, 2014.
Fax to U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, June 26, 2014.
Letter to Panetta Institute for Public Policy, May 16, 2014, referring to the lies stated during a television discussion involving former FBI Director Robert Mueller, Leon Panetta, Michael Morell, and David Axelrod. They stated that there was no advance notice of the 9/11 attacks, when in fact there was advance notice of several planned al Qaeda attacks, the last being the 9/11 hijackings, from a former New York City Mafiosi acting as a mole in the primary al Qaeda cell. There were also prior letters sent to FBI Director Mueller and Panetta by corruption fighter, Captain Rodney Stich, head of a whistleblower group, with decades of credibility, including highly respected U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White. He has 70 years of exposure to corruption in government and the resulting tragedies. (See other letters sent to FBI Director Mueller, down the list, including the last one prior to 9/11, dated March 20, 2001.)
Certified letter to Judge Teresa K. Corrigan, Judge of the Nassau County Superior Court, New York, March 15, 2014, in support of Taus' efforts to have his conviction and prison sentence voided, and bring about his release.
Certified letter to Judge Susan Phillips Reed, Judge of the Court of Appeals, New York on March 5, 2014. The letter in support of the appeal for former highly decorated Vietnam helicopter pilot and FBI Special Agent Richard Taus, the sham DOJ prosecution to silence his complaint of corruption in the New York City FBI offices (where FBI and other DOJ personnel were funding and providing immunity for murders being committed by Mafia Capo Gregory Scarpa, Sr. (aka "the killing machine"), and the series of resulting catastrophic terrorist successes resulting from the corruption in that office.
Fax to Senator Chuck Schumer, March 5, 2014, referring to his cover-up of the criminal activities in the New York City FBI offices that FBI Special Agent brought to his attention, followed by Schumer's cover-up that resulted in Taus being falsely charged with criminal acts by DOJ personnel, a 70-year prison sentence, and a series of catastrophic consequences enabled by the corruption in the FBI office that Schumer covered up.
Email to New York Times ombudsman Margaret Sullivan. The significance of this correspondence is that the response by the New York Times ombudsman shows her recognition of the serious matters; the cover-ups by the media of decades of prior cover-ups and corruption, enabled the continuation of the corruption-enabled consequences, through terrorist attacks upon the United States. That includes the al Qaeda attacks of September 11, 2001, that were enabled by Department of Justice personnel deep sixing information on planned terrorist attacks; the role of the corrupt culture in the FAA that repeatedly ignored the need to order the simple and overnight preventative measures; the decades of cover-ups by NSA and other intelligence agencies of misconduct affecting national security.
Sampling of Letters-Faxes in 2013
Showing Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, Nov. 8, 2013, describing the corrupt seizure of assets used to expose corruption in government and a brief reference to the deep-sixing corruption (deep-sixing advance information of the planned terrorist attacks in order to prevent public knowledge of the murderous relationship between FBI-DOJ personnel in the New York offices with a Mafia capo known as "the killing machine") to the series of successful al Qaeda attacks. Copies of that fax were faxed to Senators Barbara Boxer, Diane Feinstein, Dick Durbin, and Thad Cochran; and Representatives Henry Royce, Eliot Engel of House Committee on Foreign Affairs; and Mike Rogers and Dutch Rupersberger of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
To New York Times, Nov. 8, 2013, with the Nov.8, 2013 fax attached, and making reference to two catastrophic aviation disaster events in New York City: December 16, 1960, and September 11, 2001, revealing the deep—sixing of information by FBI-DOJ personnel that enabled a series of catastrophic al Qaeda attacks to occur—that could otherwise have been prevented. Based on insider information obtained by corruption-fighting whistleblower Rodney Stich.
To Sen. Diane Feinstein, October 22, 2013, relating to third-world type of brutal attacks through massive violations of major constitutional protections for attempting to expose and halt hardcore corruption that played major enabling roles in the first series of catastrophic al Qaeda attacks. This is a serious and complex matter. Identical letters were sent to Sen. Patrick. Leahy, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Rep. George Miller, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, on that same day.
To Senator Dianne Feinstein, July 9, 2013. Related to post office seizure and diversion of mail and the relationship to exposing the DOJ deep-sixing of advance information of several major al Qaeda attacks, that led to two wars. No response, as usual. To have responded would be evidence of knowing of these serious matters and not acting. (This applies to all other communications sent by corruption-exposing and corruption-fighting whistleblower.)
To Senator Barbara Boxer, July 9, 2013. Same as above.
Email to Wall Street Journal Lex Fenwick, July 9, 2013. Same as above.
To Congressman George Miller (CA) July 9, 2013. Advising of mail being diverted by the post office, and relationship to Stich's attempts to expose the deep-sixing of advance information of al Qaeda attacks by high-level personnel in the U.S. Department of Justice—which resulted in a series of catastrophic al Qaeda attacks.
To Representative Darrell E. Issa, Chairman, House Committee on Oversight and Reform, July 8, 2013. Described the deep-sixing of advance information of terrorist attacks as part of a scheme to protect involvement of FBI agents in murders with a Mafia capo, that led to nearly 4,000 immediate deaths and then to two deadly wars.
To Representative Elijh Cummings, July 8, 2013. Same as above.
To Representative Peter King, Subcommittee on Counterintelligence and Intelligence, July 8, 2012. Same as above.
To Representative Michael McCaul, Chairman, Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations and Management. July 8, 2013. Same as above.
To U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag, July 6, 2013. Related to seizure and diversion of mail, and related reason.
To Chairwoman Deborah Hersman, NTSB, July 3, 2013. Cover letter with petition to admit evidence on downing of TWA Flight 800.
To Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, July 1, 2013. Complaint about diversion of mail to unknown destination.
To U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag, San Francisco, June 26, 2013, complaint about diversion of mail and probable reason.
To House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, June 26, 2013. Letter and attachment concerning the cover-up by Department of Justice officials of advance information on several terrorist attacks that led to several thousand immediate deaths and then two wars and worse.
Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, March 20, 2013, providing details of the deadly series of catastrophic consequences from deep-sixing of advance information of al Qaeda's planned terrorist attacks. Copies to Senators Tom Carper and Tom Coburn.
Congressman George Miller, April 29, 2013. Connection between October Surprise corruption and the corruption enabling series of terrorist attacks on U.S. targets.
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, March 23, 2013. Described evidence of deep-sixing of advance information on planned terrorist attacks provided by mole in al Qaeda cell and his attorney, that resulted in the successful attacks, followed by two wars. Attached evidence of credibility.
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence: Oversight and Investigations, March 23, 2013. Same as above.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Representatives Darrell E. Issa and Elijah Cummings, March 23, 2013.
Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Representatives Henry Royce and Eliot Engel, March 23, 2013. Same as above.
Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, March 20, 2013. Same as above.
Senate Committee on Defense, Senators Dick Durbin and Thad Cochran, March 20, 2013. Same as above.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senators Robert Menendez; Bob Corker, March 20, 2013. Same as above.
Senator Diane Feinstein, March 19, 2013. Same as above.
Senators Rand Paul, Chuck Schumer, Harry Reid, and Al Franken, March 19, 2013. Similar to above.
U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan, New York City, March 9, 2013.
Senator Thomas Carper, Chairman, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, February 24, 2013. Same.
U.S. Attorney Eric Holder Jr., Feb. 9, 2013, offering evidence of detailed criminal misconduct of DOJ personnel that deep-sixth advance information of planned terrorist attacks, including 9/11 hijackings.
President Barack Obama, Feb. 9, 2013, same as above.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, New York, January 28, 2013, similar to above.
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, Boston, Jan. 21, 2013, comparing his prosecution of Aaron Swartz and that of DOJ personnel that deep-sixth advance warning of terrorist attacks, that did subsequently occur, followed by two wars.
Famous veteran journalist for the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Eddie Sherman, stated in two emails to Rodney Stich:
January 5, 2013: "I found your websites describing your fights against corruption and cover-ups. Your courage is awesome, and your spirit is inspirational!"
February 13, 2013: "You sir, are an American hero! Public corruptions ought to be exposed and dealt with."
Sampling of Letters-Faxes in 2011
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Stich's activities fighting corruption was limited due to caring for his partner, Glenda, who was diagnosed with Stage III esophagus cancer in early 2008, and required considerable care by Rodney.
Email sent on misconduct-enabling aviation-disasters to vice president of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI), Paul Mayes (March 6, 2011).
Letter on misconduct-enabling aviation-disasters to president of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI). Frank Del Gandio (January 29, 2011). No response.
Sampling of Letters-Faxes in 2010
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To FAA Administrator, February 1, 2010, providing details of deep-seated culture of corruption that caused or enabled years of preventable airline crashes, including the role of FAA personnel in making possible the hijacking of four airliners on September 11, 2001. Writer was a prior FAA airline safety inspector. No response.
- Fax sent to Senator Charles Schumer, January 19, 2010. The significance of this fax is obvious from reading the contents. Sent by a former federal agent, and included information personally obtained from two key sources, one being a mole in the most important at that time al Qaeda source, the letter referred, for instance, to:
- Advance information provided to FBI agents in the New York City offices, during a 11-month period, further supported by recordings of al Qaeda contacts, of such successful terrorist attacks as the hijacking of four airliners on September 11, 2001.
- The withholding of that information by high-level DOJ personnel so as to prevent the exposure of serial murders by a key FBI supervisor.
- The sacrifice of an immediate 3,000 people (in only one of the forewarned terrorist attacks) so as to protect certain FBI-DOJ personnel from prison sentences.
Fax to Senator Joseph Lieberman, Chairman of Senate Homeland Security Committee (January 12, 2010). The title on the letter: "Putting you on notice—again—of major misconduct that continues to enable a continuing series of successful terrorist attacks." Also sent to other members of the committee: John McCain, and Susan Collins; and Representatives Bennie Thompson, Chairman House Homeland Security Committee, and Peter King. January 12, 2010.
Fax to Senator Dianne Feinstein, Chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and titled, "Contradiction between your statements on anti-terrorism failures and your record of complicity." (January 2, 2010)
Fax and letter to President Barack Obama, titled, "Former government agent notification on conduct aiding terrorist attacks on U.S." The notice described the corrupt activities of Department of Justice employees that made possible the 9/11 terrorist attack, and advised that this matter cannot be turned over to the same DOJ personnel for investigation. (January 2, 2010)
From U.S. Department of Justice, dated January 12, 2010, that basically passed the buck.
To Representative Dan Burton (January 2, 2010), concerning the terrorist attempt to explode a bomb on board Northwest Airlines Flight 353 from Amsterdam to Detroit. Burton called for the resignation of Homeland Security Agency Secretary Janet Napolitano after failure of multiple government personnel to connect the dots concerning the Nigerian terrorist who ignited a bomb on the Northwest flight.
To Senator Dianne Feinstein (January 2, 2010). Addressing her comments on terrorism and reminding her of the many prior contacts advising her of the corruption that she covered up, and which made her complicit in the awesome consequences.
Letter and attachment sent to President Barack Obama, January 2, 2010, advising him of the corruption that made possible several successful terrorist attacks, and the corruption involved with Pan Am Flight 103 that was downed by a bomb over Lockerbie. That January 2nd letter was sent to Obama following the terrorist bombing action on Northwest Airlines Flight 353 from Amsterdam to Detroit. Obama expressed outrage at the failure of government personnel to act on the fragments of data, suggesting that the Nigerian terrorist had not been acted upon. On the other hand, the information provided to Obama 20 months earlier contained specific information and reference to documented evidence of a continuing pattern of corruption that had already resulted in thousands of deaths, and could be expected to result in a continuing pattern.
Sampling of Letters in 2009
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
- Fax to Representative Jane Harman, May 19, 2009. That fax related to the withholding of information on planned terrorist attacks obtained from a top and infamous al Qaeda index member by a mole that had obtained Yousef's confidence, and which was provided to FBI agents. The letter addressed the cover-up of that information by high-level FBI-DOJ personnel and the resulting nearly 4,000 deaths in the subsequent terrorist attacks. Despite their key positions on the Homeland security committees, and the harm that further cover-ups would bring, they had to continue the cover-up.
- Letter to Senator Byron L. Dorgan, Chairman, Subcommittee on Safety. May 17, 2009. That letter addressed issues that must be addressed in the committee's planned hearings on commuter airline safety matters, partly as a result of the commuter crash during approach to Buffalo, New York.
- Faxes sent to a list of media sources (April 23, 2009), raising a far more important aspect of the torture issues. That letter provides evidence of FBI-DOJ officials receiving accurate information on several terrorist attacks on major U.S. targets that did occur due to withholding of that information from other government entities that could have taken steps to prevent the attacks. Nearly 4,000 people were killed in the forewarned terrorist attacks so as to protect key FBI personnel from being exposed. While CIA personnel are torturing often low-level detainees to obtain information on terrorist attacks, high FBI-DOJ personnel were covering up information on planned terrorist attacks from one of the highly possible sources. The ramifications of this are enormous, and dwarf the issue of torture. Sample of one letter that was faxed to MSNBC.
- Fax to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr., April 22, 2009, revealing secret information about the scheme by Department of Justice officials that kept secret advance information about the first series of catastrophic terrorist attacks in order to protect an FBI supervisor from being charged with a series of murders with a Mafia capo known as "The Killing Machine." Result of that withholding were the initial 4,000 deaths, followed by two wars that would otherwise not have occurred, thousands of deaths, and astronomical increase in people wanting to kill Americans.
- Similar faxes were sent to Senator Bob Graham; Senator Carl Levin; Senator Diane Feinstein; Senator Harry Reid; Senator Richard Shelby; Representative Porter Gross; Representative Nancy Pelosi; and President Barack Obama.
- Letter sent to Senator Diane Feinstein, April 22, 2009, and to various members of Congress relating to the U.S. torture of suspects seeking to obtain information on planned terrorist attacks against the United States, while FBI-DOJ personnel were keeping secret information obtained in confidence from the infamous al Qaeda operative Ramzi Yousef. The reason for keeping the critical information from the other government entities that could have taken steps to prevent the forewarned terrorist attacks to occur was to discredit the mole inside the al Qaeda cell. That mole was expected to testify about a series of murders perpetrated by his Mafia father with a key FBI supervisor in the New York City offices. The collateral damages from the cover-up scheme was 4,000 deaths. This relationship is described in other postings and more thoroughly in the book, Crimes of the FBI-DOJ, Mafia, and al Qaeda, available from amazon.com and other sources.
- Faxes and letters to members of Congress, February 22, 2009, and to over 50 members of the House and Senate, making them aware of the above activities that enabled the first series of catastrophic consequences to occur. The information included:
Murders involving a key FBI supervisor in the New York City offices, perpetrated with a Mafia capo known as "The Killing Machine."
FBI-DOJ officials blocking information received from a Mafia soldier acting as a mole inside the al Qaeda cell headed by Ramzi Yousef, enabling to occur the forewarned series of major terrorist attacks on U.S. targets that left 4,000 people dead.
Retaliation against whistleblowers to prevent information reaching the public.
List of the members of Congress receiving that January 22, 2009, letter.
Letters to other government departments:
Fax and certified letter to Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, August 16, 2009, relating to his dropping of murder charges against FBI supervisor in the New York City offices, that had links to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
To Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, relating to his dropping of serial murder charges against FBI supervisor in the New York City offices, and links to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Fax and certified letter, August 16, 2009.
|Certified letter to New York State Inspector General Joseph Fisch, March 24, 2009, relating to the above.
To New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, relating to murders perpetrated by FBI agent with organized crime and Mafia figures. Certified letter, March 23, 2009.
Letter to Inspector General, Department of Justice, Glen Fine , March 21, 2007 reporting the actions by DOJ personnel in blocking a former Mafia member from providing information to Stich about the murderous acts of FBI Supervisory Agent Lindley DeVecchio.
To President Barack Obama , March 7, 2009, with a copy of a letter sent that same day to Attorney General Eric Holder, alerted the president to documented corruption that enabled several prior terrorist attacks to succeed. Among those terrorist attacks, made possible by the corruption, resulted in such consequences as two unwinnable wars that killed thousands of people. Disregarding or covering up for those matters would knowingly enable a continuation of the culture of misconduct and more successful terrorist attacks.
To U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, March 7, 2009. Copies of this letter were faxed or mailed to various members of Congress, who continued the cover-ups of the past 40 years.
Faxes and letters to over 50 members of the House and Senate, February 22, 2009, making them aware of these corrupt activities and the consequences related to the criminal activities related to FBI supervisor Lindley DeVecchio. Members of Congress receiving the material.
Letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr., March 7, 2009, putting him on notice of the following criminal activities and their relation to several prior terrorist attacks upon the United States. Included were the following:
Murders in the New York City offices involving a key FBI supervisor acting with a Mafia capo known as "The Killing Machine." Those murders followed a pattern of murders committed by FBI agents in the Boston office with organized crime figures.
The cover-up of these crimes by high FBI-DOJ personnel in Washington.
A mole within the New York City al Qaeda cell headed by Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind behind the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center and the planner behind the planned bombing of 11 U.S. airliners departing Far East locations. That mole was providing periodic information to local FBI agents of the planned terrorist attacks upon several major U.S. targets.
The planned terrorist attacks included:
The downing of a U.S. airliner (that occurred shortly thereafter).
The bombing of U.S. Embassies in Africa (that occurred shortly thereafter).
The hijacking of U.S. airliners (that did occur on September 11, 2001).
To Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, February 6, 2009. The significance of that letter arises from the fact that he protected high Department of Justice personnel by dropping four murder charges against former FBI supervisory Lindley DeVecchio, as if on cue, under highly suspicious circumstances. That was done after the sworn testimony of one of the key witnesses, Linda Schiro was given. He falsely charged that her testimony about murders involving her common-law husband, Gregory Scarpa Sr. and FBI supervisor Lindley DeVecchio, was not creditable. Subsequent to that, an independent investigation by a retired judge held that her testimony was highly creditable. That official report required that the murder charges be re-filed. Hynes never responded to that letter. If he had, it would have provided additional support to the belief that he obstructed justice so as to protect key FBI-DOJ personnel.
To New York Governor David Paterson, February 1, 2009. Also sent to Attorney General Eric Holder.
Sampling of Letters in 2008
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Letter to Mary Peters, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, (May 5, 2008) with copies to Senators Harry Reid and Jay Rockefeller. The letter addressed the recent concern about the conduct of the FAA, and described charges and documentation showing a list of airline disasters enabled to occur by arrogance and corruption of key people in the government's aviation safety offices.
Letters Senate Aviation Subcommittee (April 13, 2008) responsible for aviation safety and oversight of the FAA, as considerable attention was given to the FAA's pressuring of safety maintenance inspectors to ignore maintenance problems. Among the senators informed were Senators John McCain; Hillary Clinton; and Barack Obama. The charges included documented corruption enabling a long series of fatal airline disasters to occur.
Letters to Representative Oberstar (April 3, 2008) and members of the House committee responsible for aviation safety and oversight over the FAA.
In early 2008, Stich's partner of almost 20 years—and copilot—Glenda, was diagnosed with Stage III esophagus cancer. Caring for her and doing research on her condition, in the first very difficult year, diverted Stich's efforts from his corruption exposing and corruption-fighting activities that started in 1964. It was in this year that mid-level FAA management gave him the assignment to correct the corruption in the aviation safety activities at United Airlines and within the Denver FAA offices.
Sampling of Letters in 2007
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Letter sent to Senator Patrick Leahy (October 18, 2007) and every member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, referring them to judicial records showing Judge Mukasey's obstruction of justice combined with civil rights and due process violations.
Letter sent to Senator Patrick Leahy (September 18, 2007) concerning misconduct by Judge Michael Mukasey, President George W. Bush's nominee for attorney general of the United States, with copies to the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senators Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, Diane Feinstein, and Barbara Boxer.
Letter sent to Senator Tom Coburn (July 6, 2007) (with copies to Senate Judiciary committee members), objecting to the hold put on the whistleblower legislation, and giving examples of how whistleblowers who tried to expose high-level corruption related to national issues suffered from the lack of whistleblower protection.
Letters sent to Representative John Conyers (June 8, 2007) and members of the House Judiciary Committee relating to the culture in the FBI and Department of Justice, addressing the obstruction-of-justice firing of U.S. attorneys, the retaliation against a former agent of U.S. Customs, and the effect upon border security.
Letter sent to Senator Charles Grassley (June 2, 2007), providing information relating to government agents who suffer retaliation for reporting corruption of key government personnel. The senator had recently responded to complaints by whistleblowers. Despite the gravity of the charges in that letter, no response was received.
Letter to Representative Ellen Tauscher, responding to a referral by Representative Waxman, as they both sought to shift attention from information about murders committed by a former key FBI official in the New York offices. May 19, 2007, and related to a series of terrorist attacks.
From Representative Ellen Tauscher, May 11, 2007.
Letter to members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees (April 17, 2007), providing information on the corrupt activities in the Department of Justice that would show how the firing of 9 U.S. attorneys were another form of obstruction of justice. Others senators receiving the letters/faxes were Joseph Biden, Harry Reid, Charles Schumer, Hillary Clinton, Patrick Leahey, Ted Stevens, Ted Kennedy, Barbara Boxer; and Representatives James Sensenbrenner, John Conyers, and Nancy Pelosi, and Inspector General Glen A. Fine. No response.
Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee (March 27, 2007) describing the obstruction of justice tactics involving former FBI Special Agent Richard Taus, an agent under FBI supervisor Lin DeVecchio.
Letters to Senators Specter and Leahy and other members on the Senate Judiciary Committee, February 16, 2007, concerning the conduct of Justice Anthony Kennedy in covering up, aiding and abetting, a pattern of corrupt activities seeking to silence corruption-exposing whistleblower Rodney Stich.
Letters to Representatives Waxman and Davis and other members of the House Judiciary Committee, concerning the problems with retaliating against government agents who report corruption in government positions. February 16, 2007. Letters sent to the above Senators and House members investigating the obstruction of justice firing of eight U.S. attorneys. The letters sent to them give another example of how officials in the U.S. Department of Justice corruptly misuse the offices of the U.S. attorneys to obstruct justice―and the sometimes devastating ripple effects of such corrupt activities.
Similar letter toSenator Feinstein dated February 17, 2007.
A September 17, 2007, (Adobe PDF) paper presented to the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) by one of its original founding members describing one segment of the unpublicized problems responsible for the conditions that enabled four groups of terrorists to hijack four airliners on September 11, 2001.
Letter to the Department of Justice Inspector General Glenn Fine (March 21, 2007), reporting the actions by DOJ personnel in blocking a former Mafia member from providing information to Stich about the murderous acts of FBI Supervisory Agent Lindley DeVecchio.
Sampling of Letters in 2006
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Letter by former federal agent Rodney Stich to Representative William Delahunt from Massachusetts, who played a role in helping to bring charges against FBI Supervisory Agent DeVecchio after every federal body covered up. (April 5, 2006)
Letter to (Brooklyn prosecutor Hynes (April 5, 2006), relating to his cover-up of serial murders by FBI supervisor, and prior DOJ personnel cover-ups based on the murders that resulted in resulted in a series of successful forewarned terrorist attacks.
Letter list relating to al Qaeda mole and DOJ cover-up due to need to cover up for serial murders involving a key FBI supervisor.
Sampling of Letters in 2005
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Letter to Representative Curt Weldon (August 11, 2005) offering to provide evidence related to the 9/11 hijackings.
Letters sent to every member of the Senate and House judiciary committees (January 24, 2005) reporting corrupt activities related to the 9/11 hijackings and the involvement of federal judges in obstruction of justice cover-ups. The recipients included Senators John Edwards, John Cornyn, Orrin Hatch, Charles Schumer, Lindsey Graham, Larry Craig, Dianne Feinstein, Saxby Chambliss, Richard Durbin, Jeff Sessions, Patrick Leahy, Charles Grassley, Edward Kennedy, Arlen Specter, Joseph Biden, Jon Kyl, and Mike DeWine; Representatives Henry Hyde, Howard Coble, Lamar Smith, Maxine Waters, Sheila Jackson Lee, and the others.
Other government departments:
- Letter to Supreme Court clerk Souter (March 7, 2005) referring to the latest block by the Supreme Court Justices to the filing of an appeal (petition for writ of certiorari) related to the block by federal judges in New York to the action Stich filed seeking to report the corruption in the government's aviation safety offices that created the conditions enabling terrorists to hijack four airliners on 9/11.
- From Senator Feinstein, January 27, 2005.
- To Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, January 24, 2005, making him aware of the latest obstruction of justice by federal judges and the consequences of such crimes.
Sampling of Letters in 2004
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Other government departments:
From Senator Feinstein, May 21, 2004.
To Solicitor General of the United States, Theodore B. Olson, (April 14, 2004), whose wife was killed in one of the four planes hijacked on September 11, 2001. The letter referred to documented information about corruption responsible for the conditions that so easily enabled four groups of terrorists to hijack four airliners. The letter reported conduct that were federal crimes, for which Olson had a responsibility to have investigated. No response from Olson.
To U.S. Supreme Court Justice Rehnquist, January 30, 2004 (with copies to every other Justice), describing the corrupt actions by judges in the Second Circuit district and appellate courts at New York City blocking the reporting of criminal activities, some of which constituted the primary blame for the conditions enabling hijackers to seize four airliners on September 11, 2001. The documented obstruction of justice was closely interwoven with major violations of federal due process requirements. Those letters, and their documentary support, charge federal judges with a series of major felonies that include blocking reports by government insiders of crimes against the United States associated with the events of 9/11, felony retaliation against a former government agent seeking to report the crimes, obstruction of justice, all of which played major roles in causing or allowing the conditions to exist that led to the immediate murders of 3,000 people and catastrophic peripheral consequences.
Sampling of Letters in 2003
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
The following Letters to Every Member of the House Judiciary Committee Related to, among Others:
Complicity FBI supervisor in the New York offices murders with brutal New York City Mafia Capo known as "the killing machine," Gregory Scarpa, Sr., as explained to Captain Rodney stich in ten years of monthly communications by the son of the Mafia capo; and by highly decorated Lt. Colonel Richard Taus, a former helicopter pilot in Vietnam, and then FBI Special Agent working under that FBI supervisor.
Advance warnings to the FBI of specific terrorist attacks given by that mole, obtained from inside the al Qaeda cell, of three major terrorist actions that did subsequently take place. These included:
Why the FBI kept this advance warning confidential, without acting on them: to discredit the mole who was to testify about the murders perpetrated by a key FBI supervisory working with a Mafia capo known as the "killing machine."
The above misconduct allowed the terrorist acts to occur, with the immediate loss of several thousand lives, and the subsequent harm arising from acting on the 9/11 hijackings.
If the public ever learned about these matters, they would associate the deaths and other tragedies with corruption in the FBI and other DOJ offices; corruption among members of Congress who covered up for these matters, thereby obstructing justice.
Validity Behind the Letters Sent to Members of Congress on This Matter:
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, Mafia, and al Qaeda
To Representative Tom Davis, October 27, 2003. Supplement to October 23rd letter, advising that Justice Department personnel are blocking information about FBI involvement in the New York City area with organized crime, including murders perpetrated with the participation of a key FBI agent, Lindley DeVecchio. No response, enabling the murders involving the FBI to go unpunished, and enabling the FBI culture to go uncorrected−which surely played a role in the FBI's poor performance that ignored the overwhelming amount of information that terrorists were planning to hijack airliners and fly them into buildings.
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.
In 2006, the Brooklyn district attorney obtained an indictment against former FBI agent DeVecchio, based in part upon the information provided by Gregory Scarpa, Jr. Several major cover-up scandals followed.
To Senator Diane Feinstein, October 27, 2003, providing details on al Qaeda mole that had been covering up for the corruption linked to several harmful national events that were provided to her by several corruption-exposing whistleblowers, and now had to cover up for even worst areas of corruption and consequences.
To Representative Tom Davis, October 23, 2003. Chairman Committee on Government Reform, offering to provide evidence of FBI 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. 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. The following letter to Representative Davis was similar to those sent to every other member of the House Judiciary Committee:
As in years past, despite the serious charges and consequences, no response. 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.
From Representative Davis, October 16, 2003.
From Commission Terrorism, October 2, 2003.
From Vice President's Office, August 26, 2003.
To Representative Henry Waxman, August 1, 2003. Offering to provide evidence of FBI providing names of government informants to organized crime figures in the New York City area (similar to the Boston FBI office with the Winter Hill gang). No response.
ToRepresentative Henry Waxman seeking to provide the names of Mafia and mobster members who could provide testimony on FBI criminal activities. August 1, 2003. He never requested the important information. Waxman did send a meaningless response in a July 14, 2003, letter stating:
"Thank you for your correspondence regarding the House Government Reform Committee's recent hearings on the Department of Justice's use of informants. Per your request, I have enclosed a copy of William Bulger's testimony before the committee.
No attempt was made to get the information from a Mafia insider or another source who was part of the Las Vegas and Los Angeles underworld and had frequent contact with the former Mafia source. Each of them could reveal the treacherous FBI conduct in the New York FBI offices that was a duplication of what existed in the FBI Boston offices. Understanding the multiple locations for such FBI criminality would reveal the culture of those in control of the FBI offices.
Further, the title of the committee's report showed the committee wasn't interested in the deep-seated criminality in the FBI but in the FBI's use of informants. While that was an issue, the far bigger issue was the culture of criminal misconduct in the FBI, something that Stich had been documenting from the time he was a federal agent many years earlier.
Another important aspect of this form of FBI criminality−and the felony cover-up by members of Congress−is that it hides the culture in the FBI that contributed to its dismal response to pre-9/11 intelligence. The present cover-up doesn't change that culture, with expectations that further preventable tragedies will fall upon the United States and its people, just as happened on 9/11.
From Commission Terrorist Attacks, June 18, 2003.
Letter to Attorney General John Ashcroft, May 22, 2003, referring to the apparent logging onto Stich's computer and flagging key words in the various books that Stich had written. Apparently in a faulty attempt to tag these key words, a faint rectangular shape immediately followed such flagged words. Hundreds of such "flags" were in each of the documents. Only people in government threatened by Stich's writings would have had reason to do that.
To Representative James Sensenbrenner, March 12, 2003. Chairman of Judiciary Committee.
To New York City Department of Investigation, March 11, 2003.
To New York Governor Pataki, March 11, 2003.
To Mayor Bloomberg of New York City, March 10, 2003.
To Mayor of Washington, D.C., March 10, 2003.
To Representative Henry Waxman, February 16, 2003. Offering to provide evidence of areas of corruption that I and a group of other former federal agents had discovered.
To Justice William Rehnquist, Feb. 6, 2003, providing details of corrupt conduct that enabled the successful series of terrorist attacks and other harm.
To National Enquirer editor, Feb. 16, 2003, providing information on corruption enabling the 9/11 attacks. No response.
To White House:
Letter to Bush's White House Desiree Thompson, Special assistant to the President, September 12, 2003.
To Justices of U.S. Supreme Court:
Letter to Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, October 21, 2003. This letter was an extensive description of the criminal activities, the felony cover-ups by federal judges, and the sham legal actions that violated large numbers of federally protected rights for which federal remedies existed, which were denied to me by federal judges. The significance of the sham lawsuits was dual efforts to halt Stich's exposure activities by stripping him of the $10 million in assets that funded his exposure activities. Note: Every letter sent to Chief Justice William Rehnquist had copies sent to each of the other Justices. Similar letter to Justice Ginsburg and all other justices.
Letter to Supreme Court William Rehnquist, February 6, 2003.
Murder Charges Finally Filed by Brooklyn District Attorney
Three years later, in 2006, the Brooklyn district attorney reluctantly filed murder charges against the FBI supervisor after local private investigator' findings were published in the local media.
More information on this matter at a related page, and in the book, Crimes of the FBI-DOJ, Mafia, and al Qaeda.
Also, a master page listing various letters.
Sudden Dropping of Charges On Sham Excuse
In conduct totally unlike prosecutorial conduct, the Brooklyn district attorney suddenly dropped murder charges on the basis of sham excuses, strongly indicating that the powerful source in the federal government that had orchestrated the two decades of brutal attack on the whistleblower was again exercising its power: key personnel in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Sampling of Letters in 2002
Showing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To Senator Charles Grassley, relating to retaliation against whistleblowers and 9/11, December 15, 2002.
From Department of Justice, December 11, 2002.
To Representative John Mica, on the aviation subcommittee, advising him of the corruption in the FAA that Stich had discovered and documented, that enabled to occur a series of resulting airline disasters. November 13, 2002.
To Senators Grassley and Patrick Leahy, referring to the murders committed by FBI agents, November 11, 2002.
To Senator Diane Feinstein, providing information on corruption that made 9/11 possible, October 11, 2002.
From OPM, October 8, 2002.
From the White House, September 26, 2002.
To Senator Patrick Leahy, providing insider information on the corruption that enabled 9/11 to occur, September 7, 2002. No response as usual. Letters and faxes continued for the purpose of showing that the recipients were made known on serious corruption that they should have acted upon.
To Senator Charles Schumer, providing insider information on corrupt conduct that enabled 9/11 to occur, September 4, 2002.
To Senator Hillary Clinton, informing her of corrupt activities related to 9/11 discovered by government insiders and described in a federal court filing, September 1, 2002.
Oo Department of Transportation head Norman Mineta, May 25, 2002. His cover-up of the primary enablers of 9/11 within the U.S. government and especially the deep-sixing of advance information of the terrorist attacks enabled President H. Bush (Jr.) and his shills to succeed in the lies to the American public.
To Representative Delay, providing insider information from federal safety agents and problems that enabled the 9/11 hijackings to occur, My 25, 2002. No response. Note: Delay was exposed in 2006 for the extraordinary bribes that he was taking to use his position to carry out the wishes of the bribers.
To Representative Robert Torricelli, providing insider information about the existing problems that made 9/11 possible, May 24, 2002.
To Senator Bob Graham, offering insider information on problems in FAA that made 9/11 possible, May 24, 2002.
To Senator John McCain, May 24, 2002, with similar copies to Senators Bob Graham, Robert Torricelli, Kay Hutchinson, Joseph Lieberman, Tom Daschle, and others.
To Representative Goss, May 24, 2002.
To Senator Thomas Daschle, May 23, 2002.
To Senator Joseph Lieberman, (May 22, 2002) relating to his recent television comments and the events of September 11.
To Senator Kay Hutchinson, May 22, 2002.
To Representative Armey, May 21, 2002.
To Senator Shelby, May 17, 2002.
To Department of Transportation head Mineta, May 25, 2002. This was the person responsible for the Department of Transportation, head of the CIA, and member of Congress, when he was repeatedly informed of these matters.
To Senator Diane Feinstein, May 5, 2002, reporting criminal activities that Stich and a group of other former government agents discovered.
To Senator Barbara Boxer, May 5, 2002. Letter sent to Senator Barbara Boxer, May 5, 2002, reporting the same criminal activities as described in the letter to Senator Feinstein. The intent of the letters was to make a record through the certified mailings that they knew of these serious charges and that they continued their prior cover-ups. Letters from people in key government positions, as held by Stich, with matters of such grave national impact, could not be simply ignored without being guilty of grave misconduct.
To Representative Nancy Pelosi, May 5, 2002, in response to her attempt to give letters to China's visiting vice president complaining of human rights abuses in China. This certified letter was to make another record of her repeated cover-up of both the human rights abuses and the criminal activities in government that the violations were intended to halt.
To Senator Barbara Boxer, May 1, 2002.
To non-response senate letters, April 1, 2002.
To Department of Transportation Mineta, May 25, 2002.
(Enabled war against Iraq, ,knowing that 9/11 enablers was not Iraq, by top people in government, including himself.)
To General Accounting Office, February 23, 2002.
The GAO is the investigative arm for Congress. Letters were sent to the GAO requesting to provide evidence of the corruption that he discovered, first as a government agent and then from his increasing number of other government agents providing him with information. No response, despite gravity of the matters.
To Senator Orrin Hatch, February 17, 2002.
To Senator Richard Shelby, February 17, 2002. Chairman Senate Intelligence Committee.
To Representative Sensenbrenner, February 17, 2002.
To Senator Hutchinson February 16, 2002.
To Senator Charles Grassley, February 16, 2002.
Other government departments:
To Letter to Justice Department Sabin, December 16, 2002, relating to downing of TWA Flight 800.
To Letter to Attorney General John Ashcroft, November 23, 2002. That letter referred to the Justice Department denial of a tort claim that must be filed before a lawsuit is filed, and related to the years of major civil right violations against Stich in an effort to halt his exposure of corruption in certain government offices, including the Department of Justice.
To New York prosecutor Morgenthau, November 14, 2002.
- From Senator Feinstein, September 19, 2002.
- From Senator Boxer, July 29, 2002.
- To President George Bush, May 17, 2002.
- To Department of Transportation head Mineta, May 25, 2002.
- To U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, May 17, 2002.
To Attorney John Ashcroft, February 29, 2001. The letter reported what Stich and other former federal agents had discovered that included a pattern of judicial corruption, judicial blocking of reports of criminal activities, judicial retaliation for seeking to report the criminal activities, pattern of hard-core civil and constitutional violations inflicting great personal and financial harm, drug smuggling by people acting under cover of government operations. No response. That letter, sent prior to the September 11, 2001, hijackings, warned of the internal FAA corruption that made possible, that insured the success of, and aided and abetted, the September 11 terrorist hijackings. If the attorney general of the United States had responded and reacted to that letter, it is highly possible that corrective actions could have been taken to require the simple and obvious corrective actions that would have prevented the success of the September 11 hijackings.
To FBI Director J. Louis Freeh, February 26, 2001. Reported hard-core civil rights violations in federal courts, judicial blocking of reports of criminal activities, judicial retaliation for exercising the responsibility to make such reports, and of drug smuggling by people acting under government cover. No response. That letter provided detailed information, similar to that given to U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, about corrupt activities implicating people in government positions that were aiding and abetting terrorist activities. As with the letters sent to other federal personnel, including Ashcroft, actions could have been taken to have prevented the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackers. Further, covering up for the misconduct stated in those letters constitute obstruction of justice.
To General Accounting Office, February 23, 2002, the investigative arm for Congress, providing information on the corruption that Stich and increasing number of other government agents discovered that constituted major crimes against the United States. Continuation of the "third rail" cover-ups..
To White House Chief of Staff, Andrew Carr, February 20, 2002.
To Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:
- To Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, December 16, 2002.
- To Supreme Court Justice Rehnquist, December 16, 2002.
To Supreme Court Justice Scalia, October 21, 2002.
To Supreme Court Justice Rehnquist, October 14, 2002.
To Supreme Court Justice Thomas, May 3, 2002.
Petition to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, May 1, 2002. The primary issues in the petition were the massive civil and constitutional violations being inflicted upon Stich by a CIA-front law firm and the aiding and abetting by federal judges. The petition included details of how federal judges were blocking the reporting of criminal activities, and listed some of the criminal activities for which Stich and his group of other former government agents had discovered and sought to report. Justice Thomas refused to provide any relief, thereby aiding and abetting the criminal activities, some of which played key roles enabling the events of September 11, 2001, thereby insuring a continuation of the years of déjà vu tragedies. Denied.
Petition to Supreme Court Justice Rehnquist, January 17, 2002.
To Supreme Court Justice Rehnquist, January 2, 2002.
To Department of Transportation Norman Mineta, May 25, 2002, who was head of the Department of Transportation at the time of the September 11, 2001, airliner hijackings and before, responsible for overseeing the tombstone FAA aviation safety agency.
The GAO, the investigative arm for Congress (February 23, 2002). Letters were sent to the GAO requesting to provide evidence of the corruption that Stich discovered, first as a government airline safety inspector, and then from his increasing number of other government agents providing him with information. No response. Letters include February 23, 2002.
Government Offices in New York City Area
To New York City Mayor, Bloomberg, March 10, 2003.
To New York City Department of Investigation, March 11, 2003.
To New York Governor Pataki, March 11, 2003.
To New York District Attorney Morgenthau, November 14, 2002.
Sampling of Letters in 2001—Prior to 9/11 Hijackings
Made Possible by the Reported Corruption and Cover-Ups
It is important to recognize that the culture and the problems that Stich and his group of other former government agents sought to report were the very same problems that were responsible for the conditions that enabled four groups of terrorists to hijack four airliners later that year. The same applies to every other letter sent prior to September 11, 2001, starting from Day One. These are the same people who held hearings to find the blame for 9/11 and for the other matters resulting from the corruption. Under these conditions, there will never be an investigation that brings out these matters, insuring that the culture and the decades of resulting consequences will continue to affect the indifferent public.
To FBI Director Robert Mueller, October 17, 2001, detailing the pattern of documented corruption that insured the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings.
- To Desiree Thompson, Special assistant to the President, October 7, 2002.
- To U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, October 2, 2001, similar to the letter sent to FBI Director Robert Mueller.
- To Attorney General John Ashcroft, October 2, 2001.
- Letters to Representative Henry Hyde and every member of the House and Senate Judiciary Committee, (April 4, 2001), in response to their non-response to earlier letters reporting the criminal activities in their areas of their oversight responsibilities. The purpose of the letters, and in other instances, was to make a record that a group of federal agents offered to provide evidence to them of criminal activities in the government's aviation safety offices, in the federal judiciary, in the FBI and CIA, and that they refused to respond. The culture and the corruption in each of these groups played key roles for the conditions that enabled terrorists to hijack four airliners later that year.
Letters to every member of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, (April 4, 2001), in response to their non-response to my earlier letters reporting the criminal activities in their areas of oversight responsibilities. The purpose of the letters, and in other instances, was to make a record that a group of federal agents offered to provide evidence to them of criminal activities in key judicial and other government offices and that they refused to respond. In the event the American public ever discovered the widespread corruption against them by people in control of key government offices, this record of felony cover-ups by members of Congress could be used for their prosecution, imprisonment, and impeachment.
- To Senator Bob Smith, April 4, 2001, referring to a prior letter dated January 29, 2001, with copies sent to Arlen Specter; Mike Devine; Jeff Session; Jon Kyl; Robert Torricelli; Charles Schumer; Herbert Kohl; Russell Feingold; Charles Grassley; and Representatives Henry Hyde; William Jenkins; Bob Goodlatte; Edward Pease; John Conyer; George Gekas; Joe Scarborough; Steven Rothman; David Vitter; Howard Berman; Rick Bourcher; Jerold Nadler; Robert Scott; Mel Watt; Zoe Lofgren; Sheiler Jackson Lee; Marty Meehan; William Delahunt; Spencer Bachus; Robert Wexler; Barney Frank; Asa Hutchinson, April 4, 2001, that referred to prior letter sent to him, referring to a prior letter sent to them, dated January 29, 2001.
To Representative Dan Burton, Chairman, House Committee on Government Reform, March 15, 2001, putting him on notice of the documented actions by federal judges blocking the reports to a federal court, under the federal crime reporting statute, of the corrupt and criminal activities that former federal air safety inspector Rodney Stich and his group of other government agents sought to report. These judicial obstruction of justice actions blocked the reporting of corrupt actions that played key roles in the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings. The letter to Burton was motivated by his statements on the Fox News O'Reilly show that "we have honesty in government."
- March 1, 2001. To Senator Dianne Feinstein, referring to her refusal in a February 25, 2001, letter to act on the "documented corrupt and criminal acts that I brought to your attention that fall within your areas of responsibilities on the judiciary and intelligence committees and under federal criminal statutes."
To Senator Diane Feinstein (March 1, 2001), chastising the senator for continuing the pattern of cover-ups that has made possible the continuation of the criminal activities in key judicial and other government offices (which included the Federal Aviation Administration).
To Senator Patrick Leahy, February 29, 2001.
Response letter from
Stich had sent a letter to Representative Coble, describing the corruption in the government's aviation safety offices responsible for a series of airline disasters, and the corruption in the FBI and CIA that was affecting its duties to protect national interests, that he and a group of other former government agents had discovered during our official duties. In reply Coble refused to receive our evidence or investigate, and simply dropped the matter. He stated in his letter: "Due to the limited resources of the Committee ..." Several months later, the easily preventable and forewarned multiple hijackings of four airliners occurred with the deaths of 3,000. If Coble didn't want to get involved, he could have sent a request to the congressional investigative group, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), as is repeatedly done with even minor matters.
- From Representative Tauscher, February 19, 2001.
- Response from Senator Feinstein, February 15, 2001 to letter sent on February 2, 2001, to all members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. This was her stonewalling response to prior letter informing her of documented criminal activities in Ninth Circuit federal courts and federal judges' blocking the reports of criminal activities which they must receive under the federal crimes reporting statute (Title 18 U.S.C. § 4). She excused doing nothing on separation of power in the three branches of government, ignoring her oversight responsibilities of the courts and other government operations, and her responsibilities under the federal crime reporting statute. She was a member of the oversight committee on the judiciary.
- Representative George Miller, February 9, 2001, putting him on notice of earlier cover-ups of criminal activities in government offices and the deadly consequences. Prior letters included details about October Surprise, FAA problems resulting in series of airline disasters, and cover-ups of related corruption by FBI Director J. E. Hoover.
- February 9, 2001, to Representative Tom Delay, relating to the corrupt actions of certain Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court following his criticism of the Justices.
- To Representative George Miller, February 9, 2001, who represented the constituencies in Stich's California district concerning the corrupt and criminal acts that Stich and his group of present and former government agents had discovered. Miller had been covering up, for years, the criminal activities that Stich uncovered, starting with the misconduct that played a key role in many airline crashes.
- To Representative Tom Delay, February 9, 2001. Stich made reference to Delay's comments about everyone's "right to be heard on ... legal questions." Stich's letter made reference to the criminal contempt of court charges filed against Stich by Justice Department prosecutors and federal judges in retaliation for seeking to report the criminal activities and for exercising federal remedies against the civil rights violations that were part of the scheme to silence him. No response. Delay was later charged with various forms of bribes and had to give up his congressional seat. Under such conditions it is "understandable" that Delay would not act on criminal activities when he himself was involved in them. The same could probably be said for most of the other members of Congress with their outright bribes or "tacit" bribes and perks. |
- To Representative Delay (February 9, 2001) heard on ... legal questions." Stich's letter made reference to the criminal contempt of court charges filed against Stich by Justice Department prosecutors and federal judges in retaliation for seeking to report the criminal activities and for exercising federal remedies against the civil rights violations that were part of the scheme to silence him.
- To Representative Howard Coble, Chairman, Subcommittee on Courts, February 8, 2001, in response to my information about corruption in the U.S. Supreme Court.
- To multiple members of Congress, January 29, 2001, providing details of the complicity of Ninth Circuit federal judges in cover-ups of criminal activities and then resulting national harm, and the judicial retaliation against whistleblowers that enabled the corruption and resulting tragedies to occur. The recipients included Senators Patrick Leahy, Herbert Kohn, Edward Kennedy, Charles E. Grassley, Strom Thurmond, Arlen Specter, Jon L. Kyle, Jeff Session, Mike DeWine, Bob Smith, Charles Schumer, Robert G. Torricelli, Russell D. Feingold, Herbert Kohn, Joseph R. Biden, Sharon Prost, Bruce A. Cohen, Makan Delrahm, Jeff Session, Patrick Leahy, Diane Feinstein, all members of the Senate Judiciary Committee; and Representatives of the House Committee on the Judiciary, James Sensenbrenner, Spencer Bachus, Asa Hutchinson , Edward Pease, Christopher Cannon, James Rogan, Lindsey Graham, William Jenkins, Bob Barr, Lamar Smith, George W. Gekas, Henry Hyde, Marty Meehan, Sheiler Jackson Lee, Robert Scott, Jerold Nadler, Rick Boucher, Howard Berman, Barney Frank, John Conyers, David Vitter, Joe Scarborough, Anthony Weiner, Tommy Baldwin, Robert Wexler, Steven Rohman, William Delahunt.
To Representative James Sensenbrenner, Chairman, House Committee on the Judiciary, January 29, 2001. This letter was sent to every member of the House and Senate judiciary committees. They had oversight responsibilities for the federal judiciary, for which Stich offered documented evidence of widespread corruption in the federal courts. The letter described the documented obstruction of justice by federal judges who blocked the reporting of criminal activities under the federal crime reporting statute. Among the federal offenses being cover-up by the federal judges were those that made possible the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackers.
- To Senator Patrick Leahey, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, January 29, 2001, and to every member of the senate and house judiciary committees, providing specific information about a pattern of documented corrupt activities in the federal courts involving the Supreme Court justices, the actions by federal judges blocking the reporting of criminal activities, the judicial retaliation for attempting to make such reports, and the concurrent subversion of civil rights by the judges. None responded, included those who professed to the public about protecting due process rights to any citizen.
- From Senator Feinstein, February 15, 2001.
Other government departments:
- To FBI Director Robert Mueller, October 17, 2001, detailing the pattern of documented corruption that played enabling roles in the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings. Earlier letters to him reported similar problems.
- To U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. October 2, 2001, Stich associated success of the 9/11 hijackers to the detailed incompetence and corruption within the FAA, and elsewhere. The FAA had primary responsibility for preventing airline hijackings, a responsibility that could not be met on the basis of previously documented corruption and incompetence. It was later, that Stich learned that Department of Justice officials knew of the planned attack, having been informed by a mole in the al Qaeda cell and his attorney. DOJ personnel deep-sixth the critical information so as to protect a key FBI supervisor involved in a series of murders. The consequences of that corrupt act were a series of successful terrorist attacks, two wars, and an astronomical increase in hatred for Americans.
- From U.S. Department of Justice, May 2, 2001, in response to February 26, 2001, letter sent to FBI Director Louis Freeh.|
- To Desiree Thompson, White House, April 7, 2001.
- To President George Bush (Jr.). April 7, 2001, referring to prior letter of March 1, 2001, referring to criminal misconduct that a group of former federal agents had discovered that were resulting in a series of harmful consequences, some of them catastrophic.
- To President George Bush (Jr.), March 1, 2001.
- To Attorney General John Ashcroft, February 29, 2001, putting the attorney general on notice of the documented criminal activities that a former group of government agents had discovered, the cover-ups, and the retaliation against the whistleblowers reporting corruption that Stich and other former federal agents had discovered that included a pattern of judicial corruption, judicial blocking of reports of criminal activities, judicial retaliation for seeking to report the criminal activities, pattern of hard-core civil and constitutional violations inflicting great personal and financial harm, drug smuggling by people acting under cover of government operations. That letter, sent prior to the September 11, 2001, hijackings, warned of the internal FAA corruption that made possible, that insured the success of, and aided and abetted, the September 11 terrorist hijackings. If the attorney general of the United States had responded and reacted to that letter, it is highly possible that corrective actions could have been taken to require the simple and obvious corrective actions that would have prevented the success of the September 11 hijackings.
- To FBI Director Louis J. Freeh, February 26, 2001, reporting details of the corruption, including TWA Flight 800, the cover-ups, and the retaliation; reported retaliation by federal judges to silence reporting of serious corruption; drug smuggling of people acting under government cover.
Complicity of California personnel:
February 21, 2001 retaliation sanctions demanded against Stich by California Attorney General Bill Lockyer, demanding $3,312.50, which was the sanctions imposed upon former federal agent Rodney Stich by U.S. District Judge in Reno reporting the criminal actions that would enable a series of al Qaeda attacks to occur, the cover-ups of those attempts, and the role of people seeking to halt Stich's continued reports. These people included a group of attorneys filing sham legal actions; California judges assisting the sham legal schemes while violating blocks of state and federal laws; federal judges who became complicit; and personnel in the U.S. Department of Justice who were involved and coordinated the attacks.
To Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court—Prior to the September 11, 2001, easily preventable and forewarned hijackings, that led to two wars:
Petition to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra O'Connor, dated June 5, 2001, reporting the criminal retaliation against Stich, that were major violations of constitutional protections, as part of the actions taken to block his reports of criminal activities that already resulted in aviation disasters and other harm. Relief denied.
- Letters sent to Chief Justice Rehnquist and each of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States (April 11, 2001).
- Known to the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court was the filing of legal papers in the federal courts at Reno, Nevada, seeking to report:
- The ongoing corruption of certain employees in the government's aviation safety offices that would primarily be responsible for the conditions that make it easy to hijack four airliners on 9/11.
- The ongoing corruption of certain employees in the FBI and other Department of Justice offices.
- The ongoing corruption of federal judges that prevented reporting of the corruption in the government's aviation safety offices and within the various offices of the U.S. Department of Justice.
- The pattern of corrupt, unlawful, and unconstitutional actions of a hoard of lawyers and law firms that were filing sham lawsuits against the former federal agent that were parallel to the obstruction of justice tactics by federal judges, both groups seeking to halt his continuing attempts to publicize the deadly corruption.
Petition for emergency relief to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Petition for emergency relief, March 3, 2001. The purpose of this petition was to obtain relief from the civil and constitutional violations being inflicted upon Stich in efforts to block his exposure of criminal activities, paralleling the judicial block to such reports. The petition also reported the criminal activities that Stich sought to report under the federal crime reporting statute (Title 18 U.S.C. § 4)Some of the criminal activities that Stich sought to report were primarily responsible for the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings.
Petition for emergency relief to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, February 8, 2001. The purpose of this petition was to report to a federal court the criminal activities under the federal crime reporting statute (Title 18 U.S.C. § 4), to report the obstruction of justice actions by federal judges who were blocking the reporting of federal crimes to a federal court, and to report the retaliation by federal judges for attempting to make these reports. These judicial acts played a role in the misconduct that insured the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings.
Letter to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, January 15, 2001, accompanying petition for extraordinary writ relating to the cover-ups and retaliation by Ninth Circuit judges of obstruction of justice tactics, their retaliation against the former federal agent seeking to report criminal activities under the federal crime reporting statute. This letter was a follow-up to an emergency petition submitted to Justice Thomas.
January 9, 2001, financial sanctions order against whistleblower Rodney Stich, by Reno U.S. District Judge Edward Reed, to pay $3,312.50 to California judges Dwight Ely, Michael McInnis, William Jensen j, Harold Walters, John Deronde, Dennis Bunting, J. Clinton Peterson, Donald King, Harry Low, and Zerne Haning, all of whom engaged in a criminal conspiracy involving repeated massive violations of state and federal laws, that acted to halt the continued exposing by former federal agent Rodney Stich of crimes against the United States by powerful people in government that enabled a series of catastrophic events to occur. Included in those consequences were a series of successful terrorist attacks, shortly followed by al Qaeda's hijackings of four airliners that led to two major wars against Afghanistan and Iraq, and an explosive increase in people wanting to kill Americans.
Petition for emergency writ to Supreme Court Justice Sandra O'Connor, January 5, 2001, submitted under the authority of Supreme Court Rule 12 and Rule 22 providing for application to an individual Justice, and Title 28 U.S.C. § 1651. Even if relief was denied, a response is required under Supreme Court Rule 22.6, which says: "The Clerk will advise all parties concerned, by appropriately speedy means, of the disposition made of an application." Following their standard practice, the submission was never acknowledged. To have done so would have made a record of the fact that the Justices were made aware of the very serious charges and did nothing about them.
- Letter to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, January 2, 2001 with copies to all other justices. The letter described documented misconduct by federal judges, including their blocking of reports of criminal activities, retaliating against the former federal agent for seeking to report the criminal activities, and the civil rights violations that were part of the scheme initiated by a CIA related law firm in San Francisco (Friedman, Sloan and Ross) to block Stich's reporting of the criminal activities Stich discovered within the FAA and other government offices.
- Similar letter to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg, January 2, 2001.
- Letters to all of the Supreme Court Justices, January 2, 2001, sent to each of the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court referring to documented pattern of corruption by federal judges in the West Coast's Ninth Circuit, which included a 20 year pattern of repeatedly blocking the reporting of criminal activities, judicial retaliation for attempting to make such reports that were required to be made under the federal crime reporting statute, and the involvement of numerous federal judges in a scheme to take Stich's $10 million in assets that funded his public-spirited exposure of criminal activities.
- Letter to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Souter, January 2, 2001.
- Letter to Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, January 2, 2001, and each of the other Justices. The letter described documented misconduct by federal judges, including their blocking of reports of criminal activities, retaliating against the former federal agent for seeking to report the criminal activities, and the civil rights violations that were part of the scheme initiated by a CIA related law firm in San Francisco (Friedman, Sloan and Ross) to block Stich's reporting of the criminal activities Stich discovered within the FAA and other government offices. No response.
- March 14, 2001. Email to Bill O'Reilly of foxnews.com.
Sampling of Letters in 2000
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To Representative Barbara Lee, July 20, 2000. Stich sent a cover letter and copy of Drugging America to her because of the black representatives loudly proclaiming outrage at CIA drug trafficking. Nothing was done with the information that could have served as the platform for informing the public of the truth about the government's arrogant and corrupt war on drugs. Lee covered up for the problems when she was a California legislature when Stich brought the matters to her attention. She was one of the early enablers who is still in government position of trust. No response.
To Senator Orrin Hatch, March 17, 2000. That letter, sent the year before the 9/11 hijackings, reported to Hatch the wide areas of criminal activities of people in key government positions and the continuing harm being inflicted upon major national security matters, and the deaths in certain areas of aviation that resulted from the corruption. No response.
Other government departments:
To U.S. Attorney Robert Mueller, San Francisco, March 20, 2000. That letter referred to the obstruction of justice and retaliation against former federal agent Rodney Stich for attempting to report ongoing criminal activities in the government's aviation safety offices, criminal activities in the CIA, and criminal activities in the Department of Justice. It was problems in these same government entities that were responsible for conditions that enabled four groups of terrorists to hijack four airliners the following year and kill nearly 3,000 people. No response to that letter.
To the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:
Letter to clerk Suter, U.S. Supreme Court, December 12, 2000.
Petition for writ of certiorari to U.S. Supreme Court submitted on November 10, 2000, under Supreme Court rule 12, Title 28 U.S.C. § 1651, and Title 18 U.S.C. § 4. No response. The court never responded to this petition and never filed it, despite the legal requirement to do so. Denied.
Petition for emergency relief, October 20, 2000.
Letter to Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, March 16, 2000, with similar information. No response.
- Last federal lawsuit reporting prior to 911 reporting the corruption and enablers of prior catastrophic events, including terrorist successes. As in prior lawsuits, it was filed under the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, and under other federal causes of action.
Sampling of Letters in 1999
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Letter from Senator Barbara Boxer, August 30, 1999, acknowledging receipt of the book, Drugging America, which details the drug smuggling by people in key government positions, funding of key politicians by CIA operations, Justice Department personnel blocking federal agents from targeting the drug operations funding terrorist cells in New Jersey and New York—the same ones that bombed the World Trade Center in 1993, funded the plan to place bombs on 11 U.S. airliners departing Far East locations, and suspected of funding the September 11, 2001, terrorist hijackings.
To Representative James Traficant, August 9, 1999, providing details on cover-up of criminal activities in the New York City area, and the retaliation of a highly respected federal drug task force leader, Joseph Occhipinti, with ties to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
To Senator Diane Feinstein, August 9, 1999. That letter referred to the findings by several former federal agents of major drug smuggling activities and the blocks to apprehension of the criminals by key people in the Department of Justice and other government agencies, and offering to provide evidence of these crimes against national security.
To Senator Barbara Boxer, August 9, 1999. Similar letter as sent to Senator Feinstein. No response.
To Representative Barbara Lee, July 20, 1999. Stich sent a cover letter and copy of Drugging America to her because of the black representatives loudly proclaiming outrage at CIA drug trafficking. No reaction. She actually became involved in the 1980s while a California state representative, and I brought to her attention the early start of retaliatory actions initiated by a San Francisco law firm and its lawyers. A sham lawsuit was initiated that required massive repeated violations of state and federal laws by California judges—in her area of oversight responsibility. She criticized me for objecting to the gross human rights violations that were inflicting grave personal and financial harm upon me. IF she had responded, the multiple schemes to silence me would have failed and there would have been a greater possibility that Stich might have prevailed in generating attention to the ongoing corruption resulting in a continuing series of catastrophic consequences.
Sampling of Letters in 1998
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
· To Representative Rangel December 4, 1998. That letter offered to provide Rangel with insider information on his involvement in the plan to capture drug trafficker Pablo Escobar.
· To Representative Robert Dornan, December 2, 1998. That letter referred to Dornan's attempts to provide help to Rodney Matthews, serving a life-in-prison sentence, from false charges by federal prosecutors, while Matthews was carrying out a government-approved drug sting operation. No response. The full story on Matthews is in the book, Drugging America.
Other government departments:
To U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, May 24, 1998, reporting information that former federal agent Rodney Stich obtained from a former INS agent, describing a drug smuggling operation in Mexico involving one or more DEA agents and the killing of a Mexican national, in Mexico, by a DEA agent.
Sampling of Letters in 1997
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To Representative Dan Burton, December 11, 1997. That letter referred to Stich's willingness to provide the names of several dozen former government agents who could testify about the heavy involvement in drug smuggling of government personnel, and the cover-up of such crimes by DOJ and other personnel. No response.
To Representative Dan Burton, December 10, 1997. That letter provided details of a pattern of corruption by Department of Justice personnel, the type that enabled to occur several prior major disasters, and could be expected to play an enabling role in subsequent national disasters. No response.
To Representative Dan Burton, November 18, 1997. Offering to provide evidence of widespread drug smuggling by people associated with the CIA, as discovered by former federal agent Stich and his group of other former government agents. No response.
To Representative John Conyers, November 14, 1997. Similar letter as sent to Burton, offering to provide evidence on drug smuggling by people inside federal operations, that constitutes major source of harm to national security matters. No response.
To Senator Hatch, September 8, 1997, describing the documented corruption in the federal courts that were blocking the reporting of criminal activities and were subverting the laws and Constitution of the United States in a scheme to obstruct justice. No response. The letters offered to provide evidence via the testimony of former federal agents, including the FBI, DEA, Customs, and CIA, including the former heads of secret CIA airlines and financial operations. No response. See earlier notice to him on October 20, 1995.
Letter to NTSB Chairman Jim Hall, March 13, 1997, bringing to his attention the role of the CIA and Justice Department in making it possible for terrorists to acquire surface-to-air missiles shortly before the downing of TWA Flight 800. This information, which was based on confidential data obtained by Stich from a CIA source who was directly involved in the missile negotiations, played a major role in the investigation of the missile-downing of TWA Flight 800. No response from Hall, no interest, typical of what Stich had discovered of the NTSB while he was a federal air safety investigator. Hall continued his role in the unprecedented cover-up and misinformation relating to the TWA Flight 800 disaster.
To Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:
To U.S. Supreme Court clerk, William K. Sutter, August 23, 1997, making reference to his role in refusing to file a petition for writ of certiorari which would have made a judicial record of certain major segments of the judicial and other corruption which Stich and his group of government agents had discovered, including the pattern of CIA drug trafficking into the United States, the Justice Department retaliation against Stich and his coalition for seeking to report these criminal acts, and the role of federal judges in these actions.
Petition to U.S. Supreme Court, dated August 15, 1997, which sought to report patterns of criminal activities, as defined in Stich's books, the third editions of Unfriendly Skies and Defrauding America, and Drugging America. This filing would have made a Supreme Court record of these matters, with distribution of the 81-filed book-format copies distributed to law libraries throughout the United States. This petition met all requirements for filing. Instead, its filing was blocked, a tactic that was used frequently by the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court as they blocked the reporting of criminal activities in government offices and the felony obstruction of justice and retaliation by federal judges over whom they had supervisory responsibilities. Denied.
Sampling of Letters in 1996
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
Will be uploaded as time permits.
Letters to other government departments:
Making Record of FBI Cover-Up
From Rep. Maxine Waters, October 8, 1996.
To FBI agent Daley, July 30, 1996, making a record of the items discussed at a recent meeting between two FBI agents and Rodney Stich. Stich was informing the FBI agents of the information and documentation that he had received from a CIA source revealing the transfer of SAM missiles to terrorists, shortly before TWA Flight 800 went down. The transfer of missiles−which constituted a threat to commercial air travel−could have been prevented if the FBI and members of Congress had responded to an earlier warning letter. The FBI warned him to remain quiet about the matter. No response or denial of the statements made in that letter.
To FBI Director Louis Freeh, January 26, 1996. That letter reported areas of criminal activities discovered by Stich and a group of other former government agents, including former FBI Special Agent Richard Taus, that were continuing to inflict great harm upon national security, and described the people involved, including federal judges, who were obstructing justice by blocking the reports of such major federal crimes.
Sampling of Letters in 1995
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To Senator Diane Feinstein, November 12, 1995. That letter referred to the massive amount of information and evidence on drug smuggling activities that involved key government personnel, aided and abetted by Department of Justice personnel through cover-ups. Stich referred to the ludicrous response by Feinstein, turning the letter over to the Department of Justice, which could be expected to cover-up, and to take the standard retaliatory measures as Department of Justice personnel had done to many other former government agents.
To Senator Arlen Specter, October 20, 1995, and every member of the Senate and House Intelligence Committees, consisting of three pages of details, making reference to statements and documentation that Stich obtained from one of his CIA sources, describing the imminent transfer of up to 100 SAM missiles to terrorists. A prompt response was urged to prevent this transfer. No one replied to the urgent letters. The letters warned of surface to air missile attacks upon commercial aircraft, the basis of which was information and documentation received from a friend and former head of a major and secret CIA financial proprietary based in Honolulu. This warning letter, and efforts to reduce the risk of aircraft being shot down, related to approximately 100 missiles offered to the United States that terrorists were seeking to buy. This letter had great significance in the investigation of TWA Flight 800, in which there is a major scandal with catastrophic consequences far beyond the matter of that downing.A three-page letter warning of missile attacks upon commercial aircraft was sent before TWA Flight 800 went down to Senator Specter and every member of the House and Senate Intelligence committees, on October 20, 1995. Those letters were based upon information and documentation provided to former federal agent Rodney Stich by one of his coalition of sources that was a former key CIA operative. At one time, he headed a secret CIA financial operation with headquarters in Honolulu. The letter urged that the recipients contact Stich and his CIA source immediately so as to prevent the transfer of several dozen, and up to 100, surface-to-air missiles. No response.
The missiles were believed to have been subsequently transferred to terrorists prior to the downing of TWA Flight 800. This scenario could be one of the reasons for the blatant cover-up by the FBI and NTSB into the downing of TWA Flight 800. These missiles could yet be used to bring down U.S. airliners all over the world, including in the United States.
To Representative John Conyers, September 25, 1995. Offering evidence of drug smuggling involving government personnel, and enclosing copy of the book, Defrauding America.
To Representative Robert Dornan, September 8, 1995, referring to Dornan's hypocrisy during a speech to a Christian group.
To Representative Robert Dornan, April 17, 1995. The letter referred to Dornan's statements about the moral decay in the United States, and referred to his enabling conduct by covering up for the areas of major corruption involving key government personnel that Stich had previously brought to his attention.
To Representative Robert Dornan, February 22, 1995. Eight page letter from former federal agent Stich detailing the corruption that he and his group of other federal agents had discovered, starting from the corruption related to a series of airline disasters, and detailed the corrupt and felonious misuse of government offices and power to silence government whistleblowers.A three-page letter warning of missile attacks upon commercial aircraft sent shortly before TWA Flight 800 went down to every member of the House and Senate Intelligence committees on October 20, 1995. Those letters were based upon information and documentation provided to former federal agent Rodney Stich by one of his coalition of sources that was a former key CIA operative. At one time, he headed a secret CIA financial operation with headquarters in Honolulu. The letter urged that the recipients contact Stich and his CIA source immediately so as to prevent the transfer of several dozen, and up to 100, surface-to-air missiles. No response.
To other recipients:
Letter to FBI agent Daley on July 30, 1996, making a record of the fact that Stich provided the FBI with information on these matters and that the FBI agent during a personal meeting warned Stich to remain quiet about them.
To Attorney General Reno, May 17, 1995, referring to the continuing obstruction of justice that was blocking the reports of criminal activities that were continuing to inflict great harm upon major national issues and constituting a great threat of more resulting harm.
To Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:
To U.S. Supreme Court clerk Suter, January 12, 1995.
Sampling of Letters in 1994
Petition to U.S. Supreme Court seeking relief from the judicial seizure of $10 million in assets that funded exposure of the corruption in government offices. This August 15, 1994, petition addressed the seizure of the assets while violating the legal and constitutional requirement of a hearing, notice of hearing, and legally recognized cause for seizure. The violations were further compounded by judicial orders barring Stich from filing objections, and then when he did file objections, they were unlawfully unfiled and Judge Edward Jellen (Oakland) charged him with criminal contempt of court. This was followed by denial of a jury trial and then a sentence to federal prison for filing objections to the property seizure. Ninth Circuit appellant judges upheld these acts, as did justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. Denied.
Sampling of Letters in 1992
(Corruption that made possible the 1993 WTC bombing)
To Senator David Boren, January 6, 1992. Described in detail the areas of corruption affecting national security and proposed actions to address the serious problems. No response. Boren later became head of the University of Oklahoma. Letter to Senator Alan Cranston, January 6, 1992. Cranston, who, with Senator McCain was part of the "Keating Five" group that covered up for the years of fraudulent conduct in the savings and loan, was informed of other areas of corruption.
To Senator Alan Cranston, January 6, 1992.
To Representative Henry Gonzalez, January 6, 1992. The letter referred to Gonzalez' cover-ups of the corruption in the government's aviation safety offices that were made known to him while Stich was a federal airline safety inspector at a time of frequent airline disasters. The letter referred to the consequences of his earlier cover-ups, that enabled the corrupt activities and related tragedies to continue.
Sampling of Letters in 1991
Continuing Self-Serving Cover-Ups
To Representative Henry Gonzalez, November 12, 1991, referring to Gonzalez's cover-up role in the October Surprise operation that delayed the release of hostages held by Iran. Stich made reference to his CIA contacts who were part of that operation.
From highly respected U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White, October 21, 1991, in response to a 60-page Emergency Petition sent by Captain Stich. That Emergency Petition listed details of corruption and resulting tragedies that Stich and his group of former professions had discovered as part of their official duties. The group consisted for former government personnel directly involved in major CIA operations; former FBI, DEA, Customs, FAA, and other personnel; former drug smugglers—working for CIA and DEA agents; former Mafia insiders; and others.
Among the corrupt activities that existed at that time were (a) FBI-DOJ involvement in murders in the Boston and New York City offices with brutal criminal and Mafia figures; (b) DOJ criminality in the prosecution of innocent Libyans in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, while protecting the two guilty groups; harm inflicted upon individual Americans; criminal misuse of government positions by FBI-DOJ personnel and federal judges to silence patriots that report series corruption in government; and much more. That petition provided detailed information from professionals that had high credibility, including the credibility by Captain Rodney Stich
Among the events that subsequently happened, made possible by the corruption stated in that Emergency Petition, included:
World Trade Center bombing, February 26, 1993.
Decades of murders involving FBI-DOJ personnel with brutal crime figures in the Boston and New York City offices, known and approved by high-level officials in Washington.
High-level Department of Justice personnel deep sixing advance information on planned terrorist attacks provided by a former New York City Mafiosi, Gregory Scarpa, Jr., and his attorney.
TWA Flight 800. July 17, 1996.
U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. August 7, 1998.
9/11 Commission cover-up of the actual enablers in the U.S. government, and making possible the continuation of the corruption that made possible the corrupt basis for invading Afghanistan and Iraq.
Covering up for actual enablers, protecting the corrupt system, a criminal obstruction of justice offense
Invasion of Afghanistan, based on lies, generating millions of people wanting to kill Americans.
Invasion of Iraq on basis of serial lying, killing tens of thousands of innocent people, and generating a world record of people wanting to kill Americans.
To Representative Jack Brooks, October 25, 1991, referring to the 20-year pattern of cover-ups by Brooks that involved corruption of personnel in the Department of Justice personnel, of federal judges, and other covert operatives.
To Representative Henry Gonzalez, October 24, 1991, notifying Gonzalez of the publication of Defrauding America and the description of his role in cover-up of several area of criminal activities.
To Senator David Boren, July 15, 1991, providing information on CIA nominee Robert Gates, and Gate's role in the Iran-Contra affair, as Stich discovered from his CIA contacts.
To Representative John Conyers, June 3, 1991, providing information on major corruption as received from CIA sources, including October Surprise operation, and other areas of corruption involving CIA personnel.
To Senator Alan Cranston, April 12, 1991, providing information on the corruption in the Department of Justice and of federal judges.
To Senator Alan Cranston, January 7, 1991, providing information on the criminal misuse of government offices by Department of Justice personnel and federal judges, who were blocking attempts to report major areas of hardcore criminal activities being reported by corruption-exposing whistleblowers.
Letters to and from, Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court:
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White's
Unprecedented personal letter and apology, dated October 28, 1991:
"Dear Mr. Stich,
As a single Justice, I can be of no help to you. I am returning your petition.
Justice White's letter, and that petition, in which Justice White said he could not be of any help—as a single Justice—contained information of massive corruption in some of the highest offices of the United States—as enablers of some of the nation's worst tragedies, and déjà vu of those that would occur on 9/11 and similar dates.
Emergency petition to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White, October 21, 1991, charging serious corruption in key government entities, with resulting great harm, and complicity of federal judges, over whom Supreme Court Justices have supervisory responsibilities, and attacks by Department of Justice personnel to halt the reporting of these subversive activities.
Petition to U.S; Supreme Court for relief, March 4, 1991, seeking relief from criminal contempt of court sentence arising out of filing a federal action, by a corruption-exposing whistleblower, who was charged and convicted by personnel of the U.S. Department of Justice and federal judges for attempting to report to a federal judge, under the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, criminal activates that he and his group of other former federal agents had discovered, which were subverting national security. These charges occurred from 1986 to 1995, criminalizing the reporting of subversive activities in covert and overt government personnel. Relief denied by Supreme Court Justices who had also been covering up for such crimes that were reported to them since 1968.
Sampling of Letters in 1990
To Representative Jack Brooks, December 10, 1990, providing information on several areas of criminal activities discovered by government agents of people in key government positions, and the misuse of the Department of Justice and by federal judges to block the reports and imprison corruption-reporting whistleblowers.
Sampling of Notifications 1966 and 1989
1979 Federal Lawsuit Addressing the Cover-Up by the
Political NTSB Board Members in PSA Crash into San Diego
Federal lawsuit filed at San Francisco to force the political NTSB Board members to receive material evidence being secretly excluded from the enabling cause of the PSA crash into San Diego, which was the world's worst airline disaster at that time. This was filed to provide evidence of FAA corruption in the FAA Western Region where major safety problems on the DC-10 were ignored by certifying the aircraft as safe. Plaintiffs' attorneys approved Stich filing but the federal judge continued the practice of blocking the exposure of the corruption in the FAA and NTSB. Hundreds died and hundreds more experienced near-death experiences on the DC-10.
1975 Lawsuit, amicus curiae DC-10.This was filed to provide evidence of FAA corruption in the FAA Western Region where major safety problems on the DC-10 were ignored by certifying the aircraft as safe. Plaintiffs' attorneys approved Stich filing but the federal judge continued the practice of blocking the exposure of the corruption in the FAA and NTSB. Hundreds died and hundreds more experienced near-death experiences on the DC-10.
1974 Federal Lawsuit Reporting Corruption in FAA
The lawsuit sought to report the corruption/federal crimes associated with several specific airline disasters that occurred in Stich's immediate area of responsibilities, and involving key people in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and political board members of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The officially documented corrupt and even criminal actions of certain key people at United Airlines were also referred. All federal judges and Supreme Court Justices had a mandatory responsibility to receive the evidence of major high-level federal crimes and to act on the evidence. That statute, among others, makes it mandatory that the federal official to whom the crime is being reported, receives information and evidence that is offered. Refusal to do that makes that person guilty of a felony under federal obstruction of justice statutes.
Admissions by a federal district court judge at San Francisco and an appellate judge during oral hearings at San Francisco, admitting the seriousness of the charges made by Stich in a court filing.
"Mr. Stich, these are serious charges, but they are for Congress to investigate."
Stich responded: "Congress refuses to investigate. But I am not asking you to investigate. I'm here to report the federal crimes to a federal judge as specifically required by Title 18 U.S.C. § 4. In that way I make a record, and when a federal judge performs his or her duty and receives it, that judicial record would require Department of Justice personnel to investigate."
Prior to that, in the district court, U.S. District Judge stated that the issues were serious. But the U.S. Attorney stated, in his motion to dismiss, that Stich had no standing to bring the action. (The action reporting deadly crimes against the United States that were ongoing!)
The justification for filing that lawsuit in federal courts was the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, to report ongoing FAA corruption that made possible the direct causes of a number of preventable aviation disasters.
From that 1974 federal lawsuit attempting to report federal crimes under the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, for which federal judges had a mandatory duty to receive the information, every lawsuit subsequently filed that provided insider information on corruption enabling aviation disasters, terrorist success, and other national harm, were unlawfully blocked. Those obstruction of justice blocks made possible increasingly worse American tragedies.
Unprecedented 1966 Termination of Federal Aviation Agency
Following the communications sent to and from FAA airline safety inspector Rodney Stich, the unprecedented independent prosecutor proceedings carried out by Inspector Rodney Stich, and the three aviation disasters, members of Congress abolished the Federal Aviation Agency and legislated its replacement under the Federal Aviation Administration. It also abolished the Civil Aeronautics Board. With these changes, Congress could state that it reacted to the deadly problems. However, the same personnel and the same culture continued, under another name. The guilty, whose misconduct resulted in many preventable crashes and deaths with the associated human tragedies, were protected, and often received outstanding performance reports, pay and promotion increases.
The preventable aviation disasters continued for many years, until changes occurred that offset the deadly culture in the FAA. Eventually, changes in the aviation industry circumvented most of the culture problems. These changes including the introduction of the jets that were easier and safer to fly; the jet engines rarely failed, while the pistons engines frequently failed; collision-avoidance equipment on the aircraft greatly reduced the mid-air collisions; ground proximity warnings systems on the aircraft corrected for pilot error that previously led to ground collisions; ground radar following that watched over aircraft from takeoff to landings. The FAA culture enabled four airliners to be easily hijacked on September 11, 2001, because of an obvious flaw that could have been corrected nationwide with 24 hours notice.
October 15, 1966, Congress created the Department of Transportation
(DOT), and the Federal Aviation Agency was renamed the Federal
Aviation Administration and put under the oversight of the DOT. The
FAA was placed under the newly created Department of Transportation.
The same personnel and the same culture existed under a new
The Civil Aeronautics Board Bureau of Aviation Safety was terminated and replaced by the National Transportation Safety Board in 1967.
Unfortunately, the same management and culture from the former organizations were put into the replacement government departments. However, congressional regulations could claim they reacted. As detailed in the book written by Rodney Stich, the same corruption, the same cover-ups, and the same resulting aviation disasters and deaths, continued.
Former FAA inspector Rodney Stich filed a federal action addressing one of the NTSB covers that involved the PSA crash into San Diego in 1978. That lawsuit is at www.defraudingamerica.com/lawsuit_against_ntsb.
Sampling of 1965 Letters By and To FAA Inspector Stich
The following are a sampling of letters by FAA airline safety inspector Rodney Stich to members of Congress, reporting the corrupt and criminal activities at a politically-powerful airline and within the Federal Aviation Agency that were resulting in a continuing series of near disasters and actual disasters.
During 1965, there were three major airline disasters, each one due to the precise problems that FAA inspector Rodney Stich had reported and attempted to correct. Recognize these crashes and deaths when reading the letters shown here:
United Airlines crash into Lake Michigan during night approach to Chicago, August 16, 1965, due to failure to recognize altitude deviation. (Stich had reported this problem and described a fix for it.)
American Airlines crash during approach to Cincinnati Airport, due to failure to recognize altitude deviation. November 8, 1965.
United Airlines fraud-related crash and deaths at Salt Lake City. Crash due to high-sink-rate approach, November 11, 1965. Each of the three causes for the crash and deaths had been previously reported in multiple reports.
During these letters, FAA inspector Stich was conducting an unprecedented court-like proceedings similar to an independent prosecutor, Nothing like that had ever occurred before, or after, and was a world record attempt to halt the continuing series of fraud related aviation disasters.
From Representative Henry B. Gonzalez, December 7, 1965.
statement about air disasters and your warning to expect worse seems
to have been borne out over the weekend with the mid-air collision
over New York."
Representative Henry Gonzalez, December 5, 1965. FAA airline
safety investigator Rodney Stich was reporting criminal activities
to Gonzalez that were related to several major airline disasters.
These same conditions continued for years, and were responsible for
the conditions that enabled terrorists to hijack four airliners on
September 11, 2001.
From Representative Henry Gonzalez, October 15, 1965, showing
From representative Roy H. McVicker, August 27, 1965, showing
CAB John W. Dregge to Rep. Roy H. McVicker, Aug. 26, 1965
During an earlier phone call that Stich had made to him, he stated he knew of the serious problems within the FAA and at United Airlines, and had been told about these problems by Stich's predecessor, FAA Inspector Frank Harold.
United Airlines crashed into Lake Michigan the day before his letter due to a problem Stich had reported; American Airlines crashed at Cincinnati on Nov. 8, 1965, due to that same problem; and United Airlines crashed at Salt Lake City on November 11, 1965, a textbook case of how aircrafts crash and people die from known aviation safety problems and cover-ups.
A long series of aviation disasters had been occurring, several on the airline for which Stich had direct aviation safety responsibilities (United Airlines).
Mid-level FAA management had been so concerned about the safety problems and crashes that they gave Stich the unprecedented official life-and-death-assignment to correct the massive safety problems at United Airlines and the FAA problems. That assignment would not have been given if there were no safety problems. The CAB official was lying, and people would repeatedly die as a result of it.
Stich had a vast aviation background and numerous commendations for his aviation activities, more than virtually anyone within the FAA.
Three back-to-back fatal crashes had recently occurred, each one enabled to occur by the safety problems, safety frauds, and criminal misconduct in the area of aviation safety.
Stich had introduced numerous official reports into an ongoing FAA administrative hearing showing massive safety misconduct within the FAA and at a politically-powerful major airline (United Airlines).
In an earlier telephone conversation, CAB's Donald Madole had admitted knowing of serious safety problems within the FAA.
Most of the CAB/NTSB Board members had little or no aviation experience. The CAB/NTSB investigators have had little actual aviation experience, but some had admitted to Stich that the political Board members often change the areas of blame.
This was the beginning of a long series of cover-ups by members of the political CAB/NTSB Board, that enabled the safety problems and safety corruption to continue as enabling causes behind a long series of aviation disasters, including the hijackings of four airliners on September 11, 2001, and continuing to this date.
At the same time that these
letters of 1965 were sent, FAA airline safety inspector Rodney Stich was
conducting court-like administrative procedure hearings. During the
several months of proceedings, and documented in over 4,000 pages of
hearing transcripts, was evidence of massive criminal-like misconduct
throughout the FAA, linked to a series of major aircraft disasters.
Representative Roy H. McVicker, August 11, 1965.
Representative Henry Gonzalez, July 29, 1965.
Senator Robert F. Kennedy, July 24, 1965 (former U.S.
Attorney General, stating:
"I appreciate your concern in sending
me your letter of July 18 regarding FAA's action in air traffic
safety. I am not familiar with your particular situation and
suggest that you send me further details of the matter that you have
discussed in your letter. Please address correspondence on this
matter to Mr. Wendell Pigman of my Washington office." Kennedy
was later assassinated.
Another letter to Robert Kennedy:
following year, on June 5, 1968, Kennedy was assassinated at a hotel
in Los Angeles. Ironically, Stich was employed by Flying Tigers
Airline, in Los Angeles, at that time, setting up the manuals and flight operating
procedures for the stretched DC-8s that the airline had on order.)
Letter to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, July 18, 1965
Senator Mike Monroney, May 24, 1965.
Representative Henry Gonzalez, May 17, 1965. Stich
reported to Gonzalez, who was vocal in criticizing the FAA during
the series of major airline disasters, about the corrupt conditions
that prevented the federal government from carrying out its air
safety responsibilities, and the many deaths arising from the
Representative Henry Gonzalez, May 10, 1965.
Representative Henry Gonzalez, April 25, 1965.
From Senator Warren Magnuson, April 22, 1965,
"Best regards, .."
Representative Henry Gonzalez, April 10, 1965. Another
letter to Gonzalez providing further details on the misconduct
within the government's aviation safety offices.
Senator Warren G. Magnuson, Chairman on Committee on
Commerce, April 1, 1995.
Senator Mike Monroney, April 1, 1965. The chairman of the senate committee responsible for
aviation safety admitted the seriousness of Stich's charges.
From Representative Henry Gonzalez, March 31, 1965, agreeing that the government's aviation safety agencies had serious problems.
"For more than two years I have been speaking out
on incompetence and irresponsibility within the FAA, and on the
matter of aviation safety generally. ... I ay also want to use
portions of your letter to insert into the Congressional Record."
Senator Peter H. Dominick, March 22, 1965.
To Senator Robert Kennedy, March 20, 1965, reporting FAA
corruption and resulting air disaster in New York City. Reply on
July 24, 1965.
Representative Henry Gonzalez, March 17, 1965,
providing examples of the misconduct within the FAA that enabled to
occur several recent airline disasters.
To Senator Peter Dominick, March 14, 1965. Giving
details on the misconduct within the Federal Aviation
Senator Mike Monroney, March 8, 1965.
Senator Peter H. Dominick, March 2, 1965.
To Senator Mike Monroney, February 28, 1965. The letter gave
examples of how FAA management blocked required corrective actions
on major safety problems that were responsible for the high number
of airline disasters.)
Senator Mike Monroney, February 24, 1965.
From Senator Clinton P. Anderson, February 16, 1965 (Chairman, Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences).
During the period of correspondence between FAA safety agent Stich and these members of Congress, several major airline disasters occurred. Most of the crashes and deaths were due to the very same problems that Stich brought to their attention. When Stich sought to report and correct the problems, as authorized to do, he suffered severe retaliation. (Details of these crashes are in the latest version of the earlier book, Unfriendly Skies, in the book, History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to9/11.)
- Aviation disasters while under attacks, during his unprecedented official life-and-death assignment.
- Sampling of aviation disasters enabled by problems in "the tombstone agency."
- Two world record related airline disasters in New York City, both preceded by reported corruption, and both involved Captain Rodney Stich as part of his corruption fighter efforts.
When the ripple effect, the Butterfly Effect, is recognized, and the details of the corruption understood, it can then be seen that the ripple effects of what Stich sought to correct were the same culture that created the conditions that made it simple for terrorists to hijack four airliners on 9/11.
Notifications to Other
Government Entities, Reporting
Harm-Enabled Corruption—With 100 % Cover-Ups
Letter list 9/11 Commission relating to cover-ups of primary enabling causes.
More notifications at www.defraudingamerica.com/letter_list_index.
Refusal to Even Respond, Thereby Avoiding
Making A Record That They Knew of The
Charges and Did Nothing
In the early years, members of Congress responded to the letters sent by former federal agent Rodney Stich. The response took the following sequence:
Response, with acknowledgement that the charges were serious, and then either stating the matters were not in their areas of responsibilities, dropped the matter; or, they said the problems surely no longer existed.
Then, as the corruption became worse, and the consequence worse, and the evidence became overwhelming, none of the recipients would even respond, apparently wishing to avoid making a record that they had been made aware of these matters and had done nothing about them. It was like they avoided the matters addressed in the letters like the "third-rail."
Letter list to members of Congress, showing their cover-up complicity and enablers.
Another list of letters showing further complicity.
Outstanding Background and Credibility, And
Grave Consequences of Charges If True,
Made Cover-Ups High-Level Crimes
Accumulator of the information and his credibility.
Former federal aviation safety inspector Rodney Stich, became a corruption fighter after he was given the life-and-death assignment to correct the corruption in the airline safety area at a major politically-powerful airline and within the responsible FAA office. That was during the time when airline disasters were a common event, sometimes occurring every few months. Over several decades, as his efforts became known, dozens of other key people in former covert and law enforcement operations provided him with highly classified information unknown to the public.
Supreme Court Justice Bryon White unprecedented apology to the corruption-fighting whistleblower, Captain Rodney Stich.
This material is presented by Captain Rodney Stich, whose unique activities involving aviation, government intrigue, and foreign affairs, started in 1940, when he joined the U.S. Navy, a year before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. He was the youngest Navy Patrol Plane Commander in World War II, an international airline captain, an unprecedented corruption fighter since the mid-1960s. He has become the focal point for dozens of former professionals in covert and law enforcement operations. Decades of evidence of his credibility includes highly respected U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White. He has 70 years of exposure to corruption in government and the resulting tragedies.
He suffered more, irreparable personal and financial harm, fighting corruption in the federal government, than he suffered as a Naval Aviator in World War II fighting the Japanese. Most of the harm came from personnel in the U.S. Department of Justice and federal judges, and their shills in state and federal government in the legal industry.
Four Decades of Corruption-Enabled Tragedies
Series of first terrorists attacks, two wars, and attacks without end.
Harm to the American public in non-violent areas.
Harm to the few people in the United States fighting the high-level corruption in a meaningful manner.
Harm inflicted on former federal agent and whistleblower during multiple schemes to silence him.
Corruption-Enabled 1960 New York City
World-Record Aviation Disaster
40 Years Later: World Record NYC
Corruption-Enabled Aviation Disaster
New York City fraud-connected airline disasters. Evidence post of American public, totally indifferent to the nation's worst aviation and terrorist disaster in history—preceded by massive documented evidence, ignored by the trivia-obsessed American public!
One of Over 200 Victims Choosing This Way to Die—
Made Possible by Many Enablers in United States
The Tactic of Non-Response To Avoid
Later Blame for Being Enablers
During the past 40 years of providing insider information on serious hardcore corruption with life-and-death consequences, the initial responses concerning the misconduct in the government's aviation safety personnel and related crashes were acknowledged, yet nothing was done. In later disclosures, such as October Surprise, the reports were acknowledged and nothing was done. When the reports were of a more criminal nature, and involved people and groups in powerful positions—Department of Justice personnel and federal judges—there were no responses. The recipients of the information on major deadly corruption took the self-protecting "third-rail" avoidance of no response. In that way, if the awesome corruptions and awesome catastrophic consequences became known, they could claim lack of knowledge.
Criminal Tactics by DOJ Personnel and Federal Judges—
And Their Shills—To Silence the Corruption-Fighter
(Conduct Unknown in Modern Industrial Nations)
Criminal contempt of court charges by Department of Justice prosecutors and federal judges—aided by those that had responsibility to prevent such criminal retaliation against a former federal agent and corruption-reporting whistleblower.
Gross human rights violations by powerful people and groups in the government of the United States.
Other forms of harm upon the former aviation safety expert.
Corrupt seizure of the assets that funded his exposure activities, involving dozens of federal judges and Department of Justice personnel.
How life in the United States would be different IF only America's leaders had not covered up for the corruption
Sampling of the harm-enabling corruption that was reported to the following recipients.
Sampling of the harm upon individuals Americans resulting from the corruption from the corruption of powerful people in U.S. government.
Sampling of the harm upon national security resulting from the corruption from the corruption of powerful people in U.S. government.
Sampling of the harm inflicted upon people of other nations from the corruption of powerful people in U.S. government.
Sampling of the harm inflicted upon the corruption-exposing whistleblowers from the attacks by Department of Justice personnel seeking to halt the exposure of corruption in which they themselves are implicated.
Similarities Between Germans under Adolf Hitler
And Today's Americans
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.
However, Germans risked being imprisoned, while American public's problem is obsession with trivia.
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.
Books for Serious People by Serious Professional
Providing Evidence for Charges in Letters
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
Sampling of early books reviews
Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.