TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Supreme Court Justices repeatedly blocked reports of high-level corruption.

 

Supreme Court Justices approved federal judges sending a former federal agent to prison for reporting high-level corruption.

 

Letters and filings sent to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices making them aware of major corruption in government and resulting catastrophic consequences.

The Year 2005

The Year 2004

The Year 2003

The Year 2002

The Year 2001

The Year 2000

The Year 1998

The Year 1997

The Year 1995

The Year 1994

The Year 1992

The Year 1991

The Year 1989

First legal filings submitted in reporting aviation disaster-related corruption: 1970s

 

50 years of corruption-enabled events that motivated the former government agent, whistleblower, and activist to continue his futile David vs. Goliath efforts.

 

Books for serious readers by professional insiders.

 

Amazon.com ordering links.

 

Make your own blog or internet site: easy and inexpensive.

 

 

 

9/11 index of insider information.

 

9/11 enablers among key people in U.S. government.

 

Comparison of enabling blame for 9/11 hijackers' successes: Iraq, Afghanistan, or corrupt conduct of people in the United States.

 

The Lockerbie bombing prosecution, hoax, and harbinger of great catastrophic events.

 

FBI agents involved in murders of American citizens with organized crime and Mafia figures.

 

Sacrifice of 4,000 lives to protect FBI supervisors involved in series of murders with Mafia capo known as "the killing machine."

 

Al Qaeda mole who provided advance information on major terrorist successes against U.S. targets.

 

Sampling of lawsuits filed under the crime reporting statute seeking to report the ongoing tragedy-related corruption.

 

Sampling of the areas responsible for the continuing disasters, the latest being the hijackings on 9/11.

 

Congressional enablers in the series of airline disasters (only one of many areas in which they continue to be enablers).

 

Enablers engaging in felonies: lawyers and judges.

 

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