Readers' Accolades in Letters Sent to the 40-Years
Of Corruption Fighter, Captain Rodney Stich

The sole purpose of presenting these comments is to generate a curiosity to read about the 40 years of documented hardcore misconduct in the three branches of the federal government and the 40 years of resulting harm and catastrophic consequences. Every years, the corruption  and consequences worsened, made possible by endemic cover-ups, and engrained culture in the United States—and indifference by the trivia-obsessed American public.

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Sampling of Written Comments By A
Few Concerned People

"Hi Rodney, I'm very impressed by your career, and I want to help you disseminate your ideas on the internet. I just did a few search engine submissions for defraudingamerica.com. I would like to do more. You are a true American. I admire you greatly. Yours truly, Hugh Collins. (Nov. 12, 2014 email.)

"Thank you soooo much for what you gave up to stand for what is right." (JP, Oct. 17, 2014)

"I saw your post on LinkedIn, and then checked out your website, and I just wanted to thank you for all you have done to try and 'save' this great country of ours." (FC, August 21, 2014)

"Wow, I can't believe you are still alive. The world needs so many people like you. Thank you for your efforts, your courage and your persistence. All of us should have the foresight to draw a line in the sand and the courage  to deal with those ignorant enough to cross over that line." (LL, July 21, 2014.)

"Rodney, thanks again for writing the book "Drugging American: A Trojan Horse" It is excellent and I am close to finishing it. You are a true hero." (DH, June 13, 2014.)

"Hi Rodney, I'm a great admirer of yours. Now reading Defrauding America. Some amazing revelations. I also saw the You Tube video of your lecture to the law school."  (HC, June 11, 2014.)

"Thanks, Mr. Stich—I truly admire all that you have accomplished. The individuals who have not helped you will have to live with themselves knowing blood is on their hands." (GS, June 3, 2014.)

"You are truly, the FORGOTTEN HERO, of our nation. (JP, April 19, 2014.)

"I found your websites describing your fights against corruption and cover-ups. Your courage is awesome, and your spirit is inspirational!" (Eddie Sherman, famous Honolulu newspaper columnist, E-mail January 5, 2013.)

"You sir, are an American hero! Public corruptions ought to be exposed and dealt with." (Eddie Sherman, E-mail February 13, 2013.) Eddie Sherman died on February 22, 2013.

"I love reading your books. You have done such an honorable thing by exposing all of the corruption in our country." P.M. (Email Nov. 28, 2012.)

"Rodney, Thank you, thank you, thank you for your book." M.A.L and C.L. (Letter. Sept. 17, 2012.)

"You are a patriot Rodney....something America has lost... I am honored to know you... Stay in touch. DJ." (E-mail, DJ TV producer, Aug. 23, 2012)

"you are one of the bravest men I know of, my father was navy too, pearl harbor vet, and he thought the world of your work. I was with the 173rd airborne in Vietnam, and personally witnessed some of the things you have brought to the surface. thank you." (S...J...., E-mail, June 23, 2012)

"Hi Rodney, Happy New Year Rodney! Stay Strong; YOU are a hero." (G.... R....., Facebook, Jan 5, 2011)

"Thank you for being an America here!" (BJ & JD, Linkedin November 24, 2010.)

"RodneyYour site has the biggest informational "bank for the buck" that I have ever read!! Thanks for telling us about the HEROES who have been imprisoned for FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE AND TRUTH!!" (C D B, e-mail, Facebook, November 15, 2010.)

"You're a great man and a brave one. (N.G. E-mail, July 26, 2010.)

"Rodney Stich is a true America HERO and all the folks wishing to know the truth should look at his research." (P.R. E-mail, June 28, 2010.)

"To Brave Man Rodney Stich. I Just read your book" (M.P. E-mail, June 11, 2010)

"Rodney, you are a wonderful, courageous person! Thanks a million times over for your hard work—you are a true hero!" (AN, from your Philadelphia, PA fan base:)

"Sir, allow me to start off by saying that reading the information involved with your accomplishments has brought a feeling of re-birth. Sir, in the dictionary under patriot there should be a picture of you." (K.W. E-mail, March 10, 2010.)

"You, Sir, are an American hero! I am so glad you are still busy with your efforts. Hope you are doing well. Public  corruptions ought to be exposed and dealt with!" (S.L., E-mail February 13, 2010.)

"After reading your book, I was very impressed on your understanding. I want to have a book written about my life as a International Banker and how the corrupt federal boys don't play fair as one of my jobs was to make certain funds become magic." (Dr. S.P., E-mail, February 1, 2010.)

"I found your websites describing your fights against corruption and cover-ups. Your courage is awesome, and your spirit is inspirational!" (S.L., E-mail, January 5, 2010.)

"Thank you, Mr. Stich, for being a brave and honorable human being. You stick your neck way out for a group of people who don'ts deserve it. I wish I had a thimble full of the courage you possess." (K.C., E-mail, December 16, 2009.)

"When I saw your website, I was very emotional and very happy. You gave me life again. I need the truth to set me free." (A.B., E-mail, March 26, 2009)

"Rodney: Your book: "Defrauding America." is superb. I can't put it down. It is so well written." (C.W.T., post card.)

"I just learned of you from a comment I read somewhere. I bought your book Unfriendly Skies and I am in the midst of it and am reading of the stonewalling you got from Congressmen. You are a hero. Your legacy is significant, though the government tried to steal it along with your possessions. I feel like such a naïf after 28 years of [legal] practice to be learning about all this." (E-mail, February 18, 2009.)
 

"I want to thank you on writing a informational masterpiece, Drugging America, A Trojan Horse. I just finished the book; you hit the nail on the head." (January 25, 2009, letter.)

"Thank you so much for your unrelenting courage to expose America's corruption in such high places and especially so in our government. You are the unsung hero of America for trumpeting justice for all." (January 5, 2009 letter.)

"Mr. Stich, You've greatly inspired me—given me hope! Keep up the good fight! Most sincerely, Robert Walker." (Stated on his photograph.)

"I just finished reading Iraq, Lies, Cover-Ups, and Consequences. Another fine and outstanding book. You are always on the money and tell the real truth about what really is happening to our country. It's sad a lot of the people just don't care or have no interests in the madness that is going on." (June 10, 2008, letter.)

"Keep up the good work! You've become an institution. Thank you Rodney Stitch." (January 14, 2008, letter.)

"You are braver than a soldier, thank you for enduring so much when you could have easily looked the other way. May God be with you." (JB, E-mail, November 13, 2007.)

"Dear Rodney, Man of La Mancha is a favorite of many, and so are you, dear man." (Card dated September 14, 2007.)

"I can say so much, but I'll make it nice and sweet. Thank you for serving our country, Sir. I pray you are in good health." (e-mail from Russ, August 17, 2007)

"God bless Rodney Stich for his extraordinary service to America!" (Paypal, March 18, 2007)

"You are a true American hero to put this [information] up. Your whole life is a book in itself. ... Thanks again for your honesty and bravery to find the government cover-ups. I wish I was half the man you are." (November 30, 2006, letter.)

"I am so proud to have talked with you. Your courage and tenaciousness are to be admired and emulated." (E-mail, May 7, 2006.)

"This is just to let you know how much I appreciate what you have to say. We should all be so thankful for all you have done to investigate so thoroughly and give us real truth. Thank you very much." (March 11, 2004, fax)

“You, Sir, are my hero! Your perseverance and courage are exemplary—you are an example for the defender of all Americans. As an American citizen, I am forever indebted to you for the selfless, relentless work you have performed to benefit and protect all of us. Regardless of your religious affiliations (or lack thereof), you are a true Christian.” (February 26, 2004)
 

"Take some comfort in knowing that, but for men like you, I would likely not have had the courage to proceed, and may very well have succumbed to the temptation to surrender and avoid the interminable struggle with the seemingly unlimited number of dishonest government "representatives" that are far more powerful than any citizen. To me, you are one of the good guys, a real American hero. Perhaps, one day, some young, decent, honest, hardworking American will look at your life, and your efforts to make this country a better place, and think the same about me. For now, that is enough to make the effort seem worthwhile. (September 8, 2002, E-mail)

"I feel good being able to help. You're a very prestigious man, Rodney, and I'm proud to give whatever I can to your cause." (August 1, 2002 letter.)

"... he considers you his hero! [Defrauding America] is one-hell-of-a-book! I appreciate the pain you have gone through to write this book. It's a small thing to say thank you for your courage and determination, but it truly comes from the heart. Thank you." (R M W, letter.)

"I appreciate the pain and the sacrifices you have gone through to write this book. It's a small thing to say thank you for your courage and determination. But it truly comes from the heart. Thank you. .... he considers you his hero! After quickly reading his copy, I knew I had to have a copy of my own. It is one-hell-of-a-book!" (May 2002, letter)

“Take some comfort in knowing that, but for men like you, I would likely not have had the courage to proceed, and may very well have succumbed to the temptation to surrender and avoid the interminable struggle with the seemingly unlimited number of dishonest government “representatives” that are far more powerful than any citizen. To me, you are one of the good guys, a real American hero. Perhaps, one day, some young, decent, honest, hardworking American will look at your life, and your efforts to make this country a better place, and think the same about me. For now, that is enough to make the effort seem worthwhile. (September 8, 2002, e-mail)

“I feel good being able to help. You’re a very prestigious man, Rodney, and I’m proud to give whatever I can to your cause.” (August 1, 2002 letter.)

“Finding Defrauding America “interesting” is an understatement to say the least, Mr. Stich! My mailman in the Jackson post office here, who I loaned the book to before I got the chance to read it, wants to know if you are still alive. I found it very hard to put this book down. I feel that I am “privileged” to have emailed with you, Rodney.” (BN, March 3, 2002 E-mail)

“I thought it (Drugging America) was the most powerful book I ever read,” Undoubtedly you’re a saint sent to us in writer’s clothes. Keep up the excellent work. You’re a writer with an attitude, and I like that. Not to mention your courage to speak up in a world of silence. Everyone loves your courageous writing style. Drugging America was the most important book I ever read.” [Written by a deep-cover government source. February 15, 2002.]

“I am reading your book, "Defrauding America," and I love it! The documentation is great. I wish I had your contacts, this is truly amazing.” (BW, October 25, 2001)

“We want to compliment you on the research you have done with "Drugging America." Beside the quality of writing, the printing by your press is excellent. I thought the way you laid out your work graphically was outstanding.” (June 12, 2001.)

“I want to thank you, Sir, for sticking your patriotic neck out in exposing all of the bullshit that is killing our nation like a fatal cancer.” (June 11, 2001.)

"Brave, honest, noble, bright. Yep, That's Americans, that's Rodney Stitch!!!" (W.C.H., E-mail, January 18, 2001.)

“There are rare occasions in my life when truly heroic men inspire gratitude in my heart and a pride in being human. ... As for our good Mr. Stich, courage and truth are your middle names. You deserve the gratitude of your countrymen.” (March 30, 2001)
 

"You cared enough for your country and fellow citizens to spend the time, energy, and money to write this book. You also did all this at the risk of your life. Thank you! Some day when this nation is re-gathered in some other age under some other control, you will be publicly recognized for your excellent work." (October 29, 2000)

"I have just finished reading your courageous book, "Defrauding America," and wish to thank you for having the character and moral strength to write such a book, as I am well aware of the perils involved." (August 26, 2000 letter from Auckland, New Zealand.)

"I cried when I copied and read all fifty-seven (57) pages of your Civil Action filed." (August 15, 2000)

"Thank you, Mr. Stich, for being a patriot and for all of the many years f caring about what is right. Thank you for caring enough to send the time, energy, and super-human efforts required to document and present the troubling truths that we need to know as Americans. You led me to the water, I drank, it was somewhat bitter but it was just what I needed." (M T C, letter, June 28, 2000.)

"I thought Mr. Stich was wonderful! I heard him on Jeff Rense's show. Whenever I think of Mr. Stich, it is always prayerfully I he folks rallied around him after that program. I sincerely wish him the best. His courage is almost a miracle and I thank him for it. (GG, letter to publisher, June 15, 2000.)

"Thank you for your honesty and integrity and your great books. [Defrauding America] I only wish every American could read it to help check the critical mess needed to take our country back. Keep up the good work." (J R, letter dated June 11, 2000.)

"I cried when I read your Unfriendly Skies book." (April 2000.)

"Mr. Stich, there are many people here that love you and your work....I just wish every American citizen could read your books. ... Thanks for caring about our country and the people in it. Someone has to stand up for God and mankind. ... We read the book everyday and it gets better every time we turn a page. Keep up the good work." (March 22, 2000, letter)

"You will never know the enjoyment we have received from reading your book, "Drugging America, A Trojan Horse," and how this book has made such an impression on me." (March 21, 2000, letter)

"You are to be greatly commended for bringing this matter to the attention of the American public. You are a terrific author." (November 14, 1999)

"Your book, "Drugging America," is great and long overdue. I admire your courage and honesty and was therefore inspired to distribute a couple hundred flyers on the book in the Chico area and around the world." (October 29, 1999)

"When courage and the substance that makes heroes were being dished out, Rodney Stich got almost everyone else's share too!" (September 5, 1999)

Good luck to you as you seem to have the real tenacity it takes after losing everything to keep going. Good luck, Respectfully .......... " (August 29, 1999)

"Your dedicated fight for freedom, safety and justice for all of us is very admirable. I strongly support your dynamic efforts." (August 7, 1999)

"Dear Mr. Stich: I have just read your mind-boggling book "Defrauding America." If corruption has reached the levels described in your book, then its is hard for me to imagine the U.S. continuing as a free country for much longer. ... I would once more like to thank you for writing (and publishing) Defrauding America (a priceless book). The "system" (in its arrogance) made a mistake in trying to squash Rodney Stich. Your book had done more glorious damage to the false sanctity of the "system" than any other. Thank you and God Bless." (A M, E-mail, June 1, 1999.)
 

"Thank you for having the courage to make this book [Defrauding America] available to the public. It is so comforting to know that there are still great American heroes in this wonderful United States of America. The United States we must preserve. With an almighty God's guidance and help—we will. Thanks to good Americans like yourself. With Deepest Respect, M P." (Letter, M P, April 10, 1999.)

"In my estimation you're the author of the century in the United States. You paint in the devastation, the anguish, grief, sorrows and distresses into the picture. You cause the reader to feel these, too." (March 27, 1999)

“God bless you sir for the wonderful work that you are doing. I think that you are a modern day American hero.”

“I am inspired by men such as yourself who have the courage and conviction to stand against overwhelming odds and aggression all in the name of truth. May God bless you Rodney, bless you and protect you. I have a strong stirring in my heart that men such as yourself will not be much longer tolerated by the powers to be.”

“When I manage to meet a man such as yourself, Rodney, I am reminded of the greatness this nation once had.”

“Dear Mr. Stich, Brave, honest, noble, bright. That’s Rodney Stich!!!”

“Just a short note to send my highest regards to you. Your truthfulness is so very refreshing ... Keep fighting Rodney and keep this in mind—every day, more and more wake up.”

“I am writing to thank you for your perseverance and dedication in support of defending the constitution and the United States of America. I don’t happen across too many true American patriots anymore-perhaps they will wake up again someday.... It was hard not to cry through certain parts of the book. I wish I had your optimism that the Justice Department is going to someday be honest and do a compete investigation. From my readings of the founding patriots and fathers, I have learned that once tyranny has reached such a great level it is almost impossible to get a fair and complete restoration of Constitutional liberties and limitations of power without resorting to other means.” (G S, letter, October 24, 1996.)

“Ever since the publishing of your book, "The Unfriendly Skies," in 1978, I have been a follower and admirer of you and your activities, courage and intelligence.” (E K D, letter, August 1, 1996.)

“My faith has held me together, and brought you [Stich] into my family. I consider you God’s special blessing to Mother, David and me. If nothing else, I will forever credit as being the “American Father” who finally exposed the truths about a sinister and corrupt government. Make that “American Patriot, Father of A Clean and Just U.S. Government.”

Mr. Stich, you are a giant among men sir. Hopefully one day I will have the pleasure to make your acquaintance.”

"Your book, Drugging America, is astounding!! It puts a LOT of pieces together that I've been uncomfortable about for a couple decades now."

"In my opinion you deserve the highest commendation this country can bestow on a man. Instead, our subversive and corrupt government has tried to crucify you."

"First of all, I would like to congratulate you and thank you for your heroic efforts and patriotic morals to the people of this nation in your heart-felt work."

"Allow me to congratulate you on the best book I have ever read. Every chapter is informative and understandable and I would make it required reading to my friends."

"You sir are a Patriot by the very definition of the truth you shine. May you live long and prosper in the Kingdom of righteous men."

"I've heard you on Tom Valentine's Radio Free America. ... Thank you for all you have done and are doing." (J W, letter, July 20, 1994.)

"If only there were more people with the courage of Rodney Stich. Thank you very much and may God bless." (G M K, letter, July 19, 1994.)

"Rodney Stich, I recently got a letter from L. Fletcher Prouty in which he highly recommended your book, "Defrauding America. I thought it would be quite wise to take the advice from a guy like that." (G D, July 19, 1994.)

"Rodney, Defrauding America just might be the catalyst that shakes all the rats and corrupt fat cats out of the trees!" (Tom Valentine radio host, fax, August 3, 1993.)

"Thank you for having the courage to make this book available to the public. It is so comforting to know that there are still great American heroes in this wonderful United States of America. Thanks to good Americans like yourself."

"Rodney: I read "Defrauding America." Thank you for standing against the corruption that is upon us in these days. God bless you. You have done the American people a great service by being bold enough to stand in the face of the enemy and proclaim the truth." (PHP, Letter, Jan. 3, 1999.)

"What a hell of a book you wrote! There will certainly be a place in heaven for you, Mr. Stich. I'm so impressed it's hard to grasp the feeling." (RP, letter, June 13, 1998. Written by former top drug smuggler, friend and frequent house guest of top Colombian drug lords.)

"You are still part of my small collection of hero's. Keep on going!" (D P, E-mail, May 25, 1998.)

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The Anti-Corruption Foundation

The Anti-Corruption Foundation (ACF) is a public-service non-profit corporation founded to investigate, publicize and combat corruption in government at all levels. Operations are supported entirely by contributions, all of which are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We work hard to repay the generosity of our supporters by providing cost-effective services to save our democracy.

NEWSLETTER

March 23, 1998

A TRIBUTE TO RODNEY STICH

"In pursuing our objectives with regard to corruption we are considering adopting as our logo the lantern depicted in the sketch by Giovanni Castiglione which he called "Diogenes search for a Man." In our continuing search for honesty in our time we are certain that we have found such a Man in Rodney Stich. Many of you are no doubt aware of him from his more than 2500 radio and television appearances. We commend to all of you the third edition of his book, Defrauding America, which is now available."

"Defrauding America Rodney Stich has published an encyclopedia of 753 pages covering the corruption he has personally verified and documented over the past thirty years. He has dedicated the volume to the memory of those who have suffered so grievously at the hands of corrupt government in the United States."

"This book reveals criminal and subversive activities implicating high-level personnel in the three branches of the federal government. It reveals why most of the public is dangerous uninformed about the criminal acts perpetrated against the United States and its people by the very people entrusted to prevent such happenings."

"Many criminal activities, such as CIA drugging of America, will be difficult to believe by most Americans who have been shielded from the truth by a duplicitous Congress and most of the media. For those of us who have seen these events as insiders, including those who actually participated in them, questioning whether the CIA would engage in drug trafficking is like asking pilots, 'Will planes really fly?' Yes, planes actually fly, and yes the CIA has been smuggling drugs into the United States for the past 50 years. But the crimes relating to drug trafficking are only a small part of the overall corruption described within these pages."

"His reference to planes, no doubt stems from the fact he is also the author of three editions of Unfriendly Skies, covering corruption in that arena."

"Our own investigations into corruption at all levels of government, which have taken place during the past twenty years, have caused us independently to reach the same conclusions as those expressed by Rodney. At this time we have, therefore, decided to acknowledge and defer to him as the authority on the subject and to devote our immediate efforts to making his book available to as many citizens as possible as soon as possible."

What We Can Do

"Rodney Stich deplores the fact so few of us realize that corruption has gradually come to be an accepted way of life in our nation and that most of us who know the truth feel there is nothing that can be done to decapitate the monster. In Chapter 32 of his book, he details the actions required to do so, but after thirty frustrating years even he is understandably pessimistic. In the same chapter he suggests that we "may possibly find a message in the song, The Impossible Dream, in the musical, Man of La Mancha. There is a message and a challenge in the words that may motivate the very few people who will respond to the challenge of the epidemic corruption in government."

"Dick Gregory has made an interesting comment: "Defrauding America should be on the top of every bible." We consider it an apt statement which points out the necessity for educating our citizenry just as soon as possible. A start toward that goal can be a campaign to put Defrauding America in every library and advertise its availability in the media.

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"I just want to let you know that I just finished reading "Defrauding America" and I am thoroughly enjoyed the book and am totally outraged at what has become of our government. ... I respect and admire your continued perseverance and I believe that men like you will one day be recorded in history alongside the past heroic patriots like Washington, Adams, Lincoln and Dr. King. ... Again, I thank you and admire you for all of your hard work and perseverance." (D G, E-mail, March 20, 1997.)

"Dear Mr. Stitch, Just a short note to send my highest regards to you. Your truthfulness is so very refreshing and as a grandmother, I can tell you this. You Mr. Stitch, will go to heaven and the rest will go a the hot place and its cannot be soon enough for me My punishment is severe enough for people who have sold out my beloved America. Keep fighting Rodney and keep this in mind—every day, more and more wake up if we hit the wall ...." (WCH, letter, October 3, 1996.)

"Rodney Stich. I finished reading "Unfriendly Skies" last night. My current position raises real and imagined reasons for not using my name in this letter, but I will send these pictures for your file. The pictures show your book along side the FAR regulations on top of a bookcase where they have sat for several months. This particular copy belongs to a engineer who is as responsible as any one individual can be for the system design and fault analysis of passenger and freighter aircraft doors. He has given your book equal status to the far regulations. The pictures are real and not staged. If you study them closely I think you will understand their real and symbolic importance to your crusade. The world does change if we keep pushing in the right direction. In history there are great names associated with our country: Hancock, Revere, Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Doolittle, Lindbergh, Eisenhower, and Stich. Thank you" (Letter, unsigned, June 19, 1990.)

"Dear Mr. Stich, Thank you for your book and your annotation. [Unfriendly Skies] I have to tell you I started reading your book and hated to put it down. You are an excellent storyteller!" (Letter from Dene Daggett at R.R. Bowker, April 27, 1990.)

"I wish you luck in waking up the people to your problem with our government, you are very courageous. I also bless Ray Brien for being on Radio." (E B, letter April 24, 1990.)

"You are an intelligent and articulate person—and I'm sure you opened the eyes of  many who heard you at the radio this morning. Perhaps enough to light a fuse and blow some of the power brokers right out of their seats! Thanks for standing tall, and may God bless you in your battle with Goliath." (G  S, letter, April 24, 1990.)

"It is a tremendous book. [Unfriendly Skies] We really can't put it down. ... Many, many thanks again. Our best wishes to your continuing fight for safety within the airline industry. We sure need you." (O D, letter, May 31, 1990.)

"To say that your third revision, "Unfriendly Skies," as recited and reread and reread, proved disconcerting to me would surely fall far short of the mark. The fact of the matter is that I cannot ever recall being so disturbed, angered, frustrated and saddened as I was, and are, at the horrendous revelations contained therein." (P M, letter, March 29, 1990.)

"I have just finished reading the 1980 edition of your book, "The Unfriendly Skies." ... I compliment you on a great service to the public, and will mention and recommend your book whenever possible." (G K M MD, letter June 5, 1980.)

"Ron Stich: I am absolutely astounded and flabbergasted after having read your book, as well as completely frustrated. Enclosed is a copy of a letter I mail Harley Staggers today. Content is self explanatory." ( K J Pacific Union College, letter, April 25, 1980.)

"Dear Rod: Jackie [Cooper] and I have ... tried to spur interest in the project [three-series TV on the book, "Unfriendly Skies"] but everyone we've approached  has been afraid to touch it. ... The response we have gotten is that the material is too sensitive to get on television because of the strong position of major airlines with the networks." (Jackie Cooper, Unicorn Productions, November 25, 1979.)

"Dear Mr. Stich. I am a professional flight engineer ... What you did with your fight, is most commendable. The odds so great! How corrupt our leaders! Horrifying indeed; and more to come. Lots of luck and thanks so much for your tremendous struggle to keep us more safe." (D B, letter, September 23, 1979.)

"You have the safety concept I always admired in the best pilots I always briefed. Keep up the good work!" (F D, letter, June 17, 1979.)

"After following your twenty year superhuman effort to expose this insidious bureaucratic bungle; after understanding the trials and tribulations you  have faced from all of the roadblocks thrown at you; and, after appreciating the ethical dedication and tenacity  shown by you, I feel compelled to write and thank you for your effort. If John Wayne is worthy of a medal, then I guess we Americans owe you the same." (S A, letter, June 14, 1979.)

"Dear Mr. Stich. I finished reading your book yesterday, "The Unfriendly Skies." It is without doubt the most-revealing and hair-raising publication in print today." (V G D, letter, May 28, 1979.)

Hundreds of internet files: start with www.defraudingamerica.com.


Background of Captain Rodney Stich

  • Naval Aviator in World War II, instructor in PBY Catalina aircraft and Patrol Plane Commander in 4-engine Privateer Patrol-Bomber aircraft. www.defraudingamerica.com/vpb_108_battle_history. www.defraudingamerica.com/picture_list.

  • International airline captain after the  end of World War II, including occasional unusual activities as:

    • Captain for Japan Airlines (before the Japanese peace treaty took effect), and sharing the cockpit with former Japanese wartime navy pilots.

    • Flying throughout the Middle East, taking Muslim pilgrims on the Hajj to the holy  cities of Mecca and Medina.

    • While in Abadan, Iran, the CIA started a revolution that toppled the democratically-elected Mossadegh.

  • Federal airline safety inspector (FAA) during the days when airline disasters were a common event, sometimes occurring every few months. Extraordinary events included:

    • Unprecedented official assignment to halt the corruption at a major politically-powerful airline, and in the overseeing FAA office, responsible for a continuing series of horrific airline disasters. That changed into a life-and-death-assignment  as Stich reported and attempted to halt the corruption, and then came under massive attacks. Those attacked enabled two additional airline disasters to occur. This world-record air disaster corruption was never revealed to the public, the guilty were never exposed, and the families of the resulting victims never discovered the reason for the deaths.

  • www.defraudingamerica.com/stich_bio.


List of Books On

Decades of Covert and/or Corrupt Activities
In America's Secret Government.
 
 

   

  

      

        

   


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


Email address for the author and activist against corruption in government: stich@rodneystich.com.

For more information relating to the author and his activities put "Rodney Stich" into a search engine such as Google or yahoo.com. The links run into many tens of thousands.



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