LETTERS TO ACLU SEEKING HELP TO EXPOSE CORRUPTION
AFFECTING NATIONAL SECURITY
The following is a partial list of letters by Rodney Stich seeking help from the ACLU for massive constitutional violations that were associated with attempts to halt his exposure of criminal and subversive activities. Never once did the ACLU offer any help, making possible the continuation of the corruption in government offices and the consequences, which included the events of 9/11.
- Letter to San Francisco office of ACLU February 15, 2000.
- Letter to San Francisco office of ACLU March 10, 2000.
- Letter to ACLU March 17, 2000.
- Letter to ACLU March 28, 2000.
- Prior letters will be added as time permits.
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