You of all people know the real truth

You of all people know the real truth

You of all people know the real truth.  The fact that you would lie and blame our situation on the current conditions attests to your dishonesty.

As you full well know…today’s problems began in the early 186o’s time frame.  A period when certain members of the Congress, deliberately defrauded the American people.  The 14th Amendment was presented falsely and totally misrepresented.

In 1957, the entire legislature of Georgia was joined by the state of Louisiana in calling Congress on this fraud.  In the same tradition that the corrupt members of Congress of today, who have also deliberately deceived and mislead America regarding issues like obamacare and Benghazi, the same lawyer class of Congress, committed fraud in the way that the 14th Amendment was unlawfully represented.  Much of the so called laws of today rely on this fraudulent legislation and the truth be told, nothing in the way of laws written and that appear on the books today are lawful.  Yes…and you sir—know this to be a fact.

No, not only are you lying to the American people, but every other candidate for elected office who will permit one more second to pass without calling for the immediate suspension of all political activity until this terrible injustice, perpetrated since 1862 on every man, woman and child, in America, is properly addressed.

The fact remains that every piece of legislation since 1862 is null and void.  That even the very structure of the government in which the American people have come to believe is also a lie. This includes the executive branch, the  judicial branch and yes…especially the legislative branch.

And not to be redundant, but you of all people know this to be true. The question is, what exactly will you do about it?

The question is what will every candidate for elected office do about it?
The question is what will every current lawful public officer do about it?


The answer I would propose…

No immediate action…No access to public office!
The fraud on the people must end!  NOW!


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Shockingly heavy-handed move by the government revealed in a brand-new filing

BREAKING: DOJ Moves to Disqualify All Defense Attorneys Who Know of Govt Misconduct

Shockingly heavy-handed move by the government revealed in a brand-new filing

Related: Judge Calls Abuses ‘Egregious,’ ‘Pervasive,” and “Reprehensible”

Judge William Shubb

Judge William Shubb will hear the government’s motion to disqualify all defense attorneys for Sierra Pacific.

EXCLUSIVE: Those who dared expose government corruption in the Moonlight Fire case have just been met with a furious motion to disqualify all counsel and everyone who has even read the affidavit of former Assistant United States Attorney E. Robert Wright.

David Shelledy, Civil Division Chief for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of California and new counsel to the case, Matthew Segal, have moved to disqualify all of the defense attorneys for Sierra Pacific and related defendants in the now infamous “Moonlight Fire” case. Ironically, Mr. Shelledy himself is the one who should be disqualified—from representing the government—if not disbarred. Mr. Shelledy is squarely implicated in the unethical and possibly criminal government misconduct he seeks to hide.

The Department of Justice through the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California extracted a $55 Million settlement from Sierra Pacific following a massive civil prosecution blaming the timber company for a wildfire that destroyed thousands of acres of forest land. The agreement also required Sierra Pacific to give the government 22,500 acres of land.

Sierra Pacific, which has always maintained it did not start the fire, was complying with the federal settlement while also dealing with litigation against it in the California state courts. In the state case, California Judge Leslie Nichols entered a blistering order in February, awarding $32 million in attorneys’ fees to Sierra Pacific and imposed the ultimate sanction—termination of the case. He found that the state agency, Cal Fire, “withheld some documents, destroyed other evidence and ‘engaged in a systematic campaign of misdirection with the purpose of recovering money’ from Sierra Pacific.”

Judge Nichols’ fiery order caught the attention of former Assistant United States Attorney E. Robert Wright, who felt compelled to come forward. Turns out that Mr. Wright had been the lead Assistant United States Attorney and filed the case against Sierra Pacific—until his superior, Civil Division head David Shelledy removed him from the case after they had a dispute about a clear ethical rule that requires the government to disclose evidence adverse to the government’s case to the defense attorneys in another fire case.

(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

The government stands accused of egregious misconduct in its prosecution of Sierra Pacific in the ‘Moonlight Fire’ case. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Mr. Wright blew the whistle to the Sierra Pacific attorneys, revealing serious concerns of government misconduct. Meanwhile, the defense uncovered other evidence as well, and Sierra Pacific filed a significant motion to set aside the federal settlement agreement for misconduct by the government attorneys that amounts to fraud on the court. The Defendants’ motion exposes misconduct so significant, buttressed also by decisions of a California judge, that it fueled a massive recusal of federal judges because of serious allegations of fraud on the court. Judge Mueller, who had the case originally, had already recused herself.

One judge, however, saw no need to recuse. Senior District Judge William Shubb, himself a former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of California, now has the case on his docket. He ordered a status report from the parties, to be filed yesterday, and he’s scheduled a hearing for Monday, November 24 in Sacramento. That hearing should be lively, to say the least.

Mr. Segal and Mr. Shelledy are not only seeking to disqualify all of the attorneys for all of the defendants, but also to wipe out the Defendants’ filings. Notably, the government does not deny any of the Defendants’ allegations, at least not now. They want to do that in a secret filing. Instead, the government contends that the Defendants have “engaged in egregious professional misconduct.” Pointing to Defendants’ prior efforts to talk to government witnesses in violation of a court order, the Department of Justice casts aspersions on defense counsel and attacks former Assistant United States Attorney Wright for breaching his duties of loyalty and confidentiality to his former client—the United States. Apparently the Department of Justice wants the right to commit crimes itself in complete secrecy and believes its brotherhood must protect its own at all costs.

The government demands the return of the Wright Declaration and all documents underlying it. It asks the court to strike Defendants’ motion to set aside the fraudulent settlement, requests denial of all discovery, and accuses the Defendants of fraud on the court—claiming that the Defendants did not really intend to settle the case, even though the Defendants have already paid the government millions of dollars.

The government fails to acknowledge any wrongdoing, despite the details in Mr. Wright’s declaration, and also shifts all blame the Defendants. When will they ever learn?

Not only does the government seek the disqualification of every lawyer for the defendants, but it wants to foreclose representation by anyone who has even read Wright’s declaration. That would include much of the public now and untold members of the bar, as we linked to the declaration in our original article on the recusal order, and it is posted on various websites.

As the Supreme Court has said, “the government is not an ordinary party to a controversy.” The job of an Assistant United States Attorney is to seek justice. The rules do not allow the government to suppress evidence in the face of a valid discovery request. The Professional Responsibility Office of the Department itself had instructed Mr. Wright to produce the adverse information to the defendants in the prior fire case—the ethical situation that so annoyed Mr. Shelledy originally.

Mr. Shelledy’s and Mr. Segal’s aspersions, threats against the defense, and unethical tactics could and should backfire completely. Their primary accomplishment to date is to foment further distrust of the government. Mr. Shelledy’s only ethical response would have been to withdraw from the case himself, request the appointment of a disinterested representative of the government from another office, and allow someone independent to conduct a thorough investigation of the alleged wrongs by government counsel.

Perhaps Judge Shubb, like Judge Emmet G. Sullivan and others who are fed up with our government officials lying and covering up their abuses, will see through the government’s smoke and disqualify Mr. Shelledy and the rest of the United States Attorneys’ Office. They are the ones who appear infected with corruption and deceit.

Sidney Powell worked in the Department of Justice for 10 years and was lead counsel in more than 500 federal appeals. She is the author of Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice.

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Judge Calls Abuses ‘Egregious,’ ‘Pervasive,” and “Reprehensible”

National Politics

Fed Up With Govt Misconduct, Federal Judge Takes Nuclear Option

Federal Prosecutor Alleges Boss Pressured Him To Engage in ‘Unethical Conduct’; Judge Calls Abuses ‘Egregious,’ ‘Pervasive,” and “Reprehensible”

Judge Morrison C. England Jr.

Judge Morrison C. England Jr. ordered the entire judiciary recused from a case another judge called “egregious” and “reprehensible”

In perhaps the most stunning documentation yet of abuses by Eric Holder’s Justice Department, two former Assistant United States Attorneys spoke to defense attorneys and revealed appalling deceit and corruption of justice. This latest litigation time bomb has exploded from multi-million dollar litigation originally brought by the Department of Justice against Sierra Pacific based on allegations that the lumber company and related defendants were responsible for a wildfire that destroyed 65,000 acres in California.

In what was dubbed the “Moonlight Fire” case, the tables are now turned. The defendants have discovered new evidence and filed a stunning motion. The new evidence and disclosures are being taken seriously by the Chief Judge of the Eastern District of California—as they should be. In a shocking action, Judge Morrison C. England Jr. ordered the recusal of every federal judge in the Eastern District of California.

Sierra Pacific Industries and other defendants were compelled to pay $55 million to the United States over a period of five years and transfer 22,500 acres of land to settle massive litigation brought against them by the United States alleging that they caused a 2007 fire that destroyed 65,000 acres in California. Sierra Pacific has always maintained that the fire started elsewhere and that the state and federal investigators and Department attorneys lied. Now that settlement may go up in smoke because of the new evidence of outrageous misconduct by the federal prosecutors and the investigators from state and federal offices, as well as findings earlier this year by a state judge.

In an extraordinary development, Judge England, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, ordered the recusal of all the Eastern District judges from the case because of serious allegations that the Court itself was defrauded by the government in the original prosecution. To avoid any appearance of partiality, he has referred the case to Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Alex Kozinski to appoint a judge from outside the Eastern District to handle the case going forward. Judge Kozinski has excoriated prosecutors for failing to meet their legal and ethical obligations.

The order notes that the defendants filed an action this week to set aside the $55 million settlement because, as the defendants allege, “the United States presented false evidence to the Defendants and the Court; advanced arguments to the Court premised on that false evidence; or, for which material evidence had been withheld, and obtaining court rulings based thereon; prepared key Moonlight Fire investigators for depositions, and allowed them to repeatedly give false testimony about the most important aspects of their investigation; and failed to disclose the facts and circumstances associated with the Moonlight Fire lead investigator’s direct financial interest in the outcome of the investigation arising from an illegal bank account that has since been exposed and terminated.”

The Sacramento Bee reported on the Defendant’s filing. Indeed, the Defendants’ motion informs us that a former Assistant United States Attorney came forward and disclosed that he believes that he was removed from the original prosecution by “his boss, David Shelledy, chief of the civil division in the United States Attorney’s office,” because he “rebuffed” pressure to “engage in unethical conduct as a lawyer.” Of course, like other former prosecutors who were unethical, Mr. Shelledy is to receive Attorney General Holder’s highest award for excellence—this week.

The defendants also reveal that another former federal prosecutor, Eric Overby, left the Moonlight Fire prosecution team also, stating: “It’s called the Department of Justice. It’s not called the Department of Revenue.” According to the motion, Mr. Overby told defense counsel that in his entire career, “I’ve never seen anything like this. Never.”

Well, sadly we have, and we’ve been reporting on it as fast as we can. This is part of a disturbing and rapidly increasing pattern of abuses by this Department of Justice to line government coffers or redistribute the wealth to its political allies—using its overwhelming litigation might and federal agencies as a tool of extortion and wealth redistribution.

The entire original prosecution against Sierra Pacific appears to have been driven by the Department of Justice’s interest in hitting a “deep pocket” for millions of dollars of revenue. The Defendants’ motion to set aside the settlement reveals a series of fraudulent acts by federal and state authorities that defiles our system of justice.

Dick Beckler, an attorney for the company who used to be at DOJ and is now with Bracewell Giuliani, told the Observer, “Sierra Pacific is looking forward to having its day in court and proving all the facts of the government’s fraud on the court.”

A California state judge, Leslie C. Nichols, in a related state case issued orders earlier this year describing what he called “egregious,” “pervasive,” and “reprehensible” abuses in the investigation and prosecution amounting to “government corruption.” He found the state case to “betray the primary purpose of the judicial system—to reveal the truth.” He awarded $32 million in fees and expenses to the Defendants, finding as the Sacramento Bee reports, that the state agency, Cal Fire, “withheld some documents, destroyed other evidence and ‘engaged in a systematic campaign of misdirection with the purpose of recovering money’ from Sierra Pacific.”

It’s encouraging to see Judge England join Judge Emmet G. Sullivan and Judge Bates, and others, as our Article III judges begin to demand that federal attorneys and agents follow the law and their oaths of office. But there remains a lot more work to do. It’s way past time to hold Holder accountable.

When will the next litigation time bomb and scandal explode on Mr. Holder and this administration? He can’t run fast enough.

This story has been updated to add comment from Sierra Pacific’s attorney.

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Judge warns Arpaio with contempt, more investigation

Judge warns Arpaio with contempt, more investigation

Sean Holstege and Megan Cassidy, The Republic | 5:59 p.m. MST November 20, 2014

The federal judge presiding over a long-standing civil-rights lawsuit against the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office warned the agency during a routine hearing on Thursday that he has run out of patience and could order more action.

U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow told attorneys for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio he is inclined to cite the agency for contempt of court and to issue a court order for new investigations into how it treated Latinos and the degree to which the county’s lawmen buried evidence of it.

The case, filed in 2007, had appeared to be in the final stages after the court appointed a monitor to oversee the sheriff’s efforts to reform its discriminatory policing of Latinos during traffic stops. Snow complained of foot-dragging in May and attacked the progress again this week.

“There is ample evidence,” Snow told county officials and their lawyers, “at least some people at MCSO are abusing this process.”

His remarks came before the county’s private attorney, Timothy Casey, disclosed that new evidence was uncovered as recently as this month and that plaintiffs’ attorneys in the class-action suit still haven’t seen much of it.

“There is a substantial volume of material. It will be an undertaking,” Casey said when asked if it could be turned over.

Casey reported that, in pursuing its internal investigation of possible policy violations, the agency uncovered audio and video tapes from interviews of human smuggling suspects taken between 2009 and 2011. That and other materials – such as Miranda cards and cellphones – were linked to investigations and marked with crime report numbers, but never catalogued into evidence, he said.

Also, he said, deputies opened a locker on Sheriff’s Office premises Nov. 5 and found two purses with cellphones, keys, ID cards and indications that they, too, were related to a case file.

Then, five days later, deputies were cleaning departmental offices and uncovered 164 ID cards, mainly bearing Hispanic last names and issued in foreign countries. Deputies told investigators 111 of them were used for “training,” while no explanation was offered for the remainder.

Then, Casey, said, deputies found 35 license plates, which were supposed to have been indexed as evidence and returned to the state’s Motor Vehicle Division. Of these, 13 were linked by computer files to Deputy Ramon “Charlie” Armandariz, who testified in the civil rights trial and was suspected of targeting Latinos illegally during traffic stops.

Unlike evidence taken from his house after he committed suicide, the new evidence was found at the Sheriff”s Office.

Judge Snow had clearly reached his limit on Thursday.

He told attorneys he will issue an order telling MCSO to spell out what it plans to continue investigating internally. Anything else, he said, could be investigated by himself or by the court-appointed monitor, Snow signaled. He plans to hold a hearing on Dec. 4 into the proposed order and to call deputies as witnesses as part of his own independent inquiries, he said.

“I have given your client opportunity after opportunity after opportunity,” Snow said. “In opportunity after opportunity after opportunity, your client has violated the law, violated my express orders or subverted the investigation I ordered.”

Snow said he had the right, and maybe the inclination, to cite MCSO with civil or criminal contempt of court.

“I am not going to be tolerant any more,” he warned.

Casey, who was in court asking to be removed from the case, said he disagreed with Snow’s characterization.

“Despite some of the things that have been said here, my clients’ belief is that they have followed this court’s orders in good faith,” he said.

Last year, Snow found that the agency had racially profiled Latinos during its patrol operations and later ordered sweeping reforms to prevent discriminatory policing in the future.

Snow ordered multi-million dollar reforms, including in-vehicle recording devices, bias-free training for deputies, increased data collection and a court-appointed monitor to oversee the agency’s compliance.

But his initial reforms expanded this spring following revelations that Armendariz had been stashing drugs, identification cards, license plates and torn-up citations in his home, signaling what appeared to be a shake-down operation that stretched for years.

Armendariz also secretly recorded thousands of his own traffic stops, documenting his own misconduct and signaling to Snow that the Sheriff’s Office did not turn over all of the traffic-stop data that was required for the lawsuit.

Complicating the issue was Armendariz himself — he was one of a handful of deputies to testify during the trial.

Snow soon extended his purview to include the agency’s internal investigation into Armendariz and the possibility of widespread corruption within MCSO’s Human Smuggling Unit.

Snow has become increasingly agitated over the investigation in recent hearings.

Sheriff’s officials poured thousands of man hours into inquiry, but court-appointed monitor Robert Warshaw deemed the investigation insufficient.

The monitoring team described a lax inquiry into which deputies also employed recording devices and said investigators disregarded another former deputy’s allegations that HSU members had pocketed evidence.

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues Obama over immigration executive order

On Nov 21, 2014, at 12:00 AM, wrote:

Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues Obama over immigration executive order

Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues Obama over immigration executive order

By George Miller The executive orders were just announced and lawsuits are already flying. First one out of the gate seems…

George Miller
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Subject: Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues Obama over immigration executive order

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues Obama over immigration executive order
(Washington, D.C., November 20, 2014) Today, in response to the executive order President Barack Obama has signed effectively granting amnesty to about a half of the illegal aliens currently in this country, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona filed a lawsuit to enjoin this unconstitutional act. This lawsuit can be found at
Sheriff Arpaio’s lawyer is Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch, former federal prosecutor and founder of both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch. Mr. Klayman recently succeeded in obtaining a preliminary injunction against the National Security Agency for having unconstitutionally accessed the telephonic metadata of nearly all American citizens. See Klayman v. Obama, et al (Civil Action No. 13-cv-851), filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.  
Upon filing the complaint, which is styled Arpaio v. Obama, et al. before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (Civil Action No. 14-cv-1966), Sheriff Arpaio issued this statement:
“This unconstitutional act by the President will have a serious detrimental impact on my caring out the duties and responsibilities for which I am encharged as Sheriff. Specifically, it will severely strain our resources, both in manpower and financially, necessary to protect the citizens I was elected to serve. For instance, among the many negative affects of this executive order, will be the increased release of criminal aliens back onto streets of Maricopa County, Arizona, and the rest of the nation.
I am not seeking to myself enforce the immigration laws as this is the province of the federal government. Rather, I am seeking to have the President and the other defendants obey the U.S. Constitution, which prevents this executive order from having been issued in the first place. This unconstitutional act must be enjoined by a court of law on behalf of not just myself, but all of the American people.”
For more information or an interview, contact or call (424) 274-2579.
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by the book…”, considering these ….

On Nov 20, 2014, at 8:04 PM, Joe Hoagland <> wrote:

Considering these together… Nov 20, 2014… what do you get, see, or understand???

Can the president’s exercise of his prosecutorial discretion constitutionally nullify a federal statute? No.

Can the president’s exercise of his prosecutorial discretion effectively rewrite a federal statute? No.

When did the term “illegal” no longer mean “illegal – contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law:

I hope the Pentagon does their sworn DUTY to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, from ALL enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC, so help them God!

This is a direct attack on our Constitutional Republic, our liberty and our freedom from this evil man we call President… That is unilaterally appointing himself as our Kingwith the support of his fellow democrats and complicit Republicans in Congress.

Send Seal Team 6 into the White House during his prime time speech today at
5:00pm PST… Take him to Gitmo as a domestic enemy of the Constitution and charge him with treason.

Allow him a Military hearing and then hang him. By law a convicted traitor can be hung.

The military takes NO oath to the President, other than to follow all legal and Constitutional orders.

The military takes NO oath to the federal government.

Their oath is to the Constitution of the United States of America.

In the fight until,


UCC 1-308 without prejudice

Fighters Intel

I was unknowingly enslaved by my government that I thought was guaranteeing my freedom. -JJH
“This republic was not established by cowards, nor will cowards preserve it!”
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free”.    Goethe

“I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle.” — Winston Churchill
DEMOCRACY is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for dinner.

is a well armed lamb contesting the vote.

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We must not sit on our asses and send emails to ourselves every day.

On 11/20/2014 09:02 PM, Arnie Rosner wrote:

Can you offer any advice?

On Nov 20, 2014, at 8:03 PM, Dennis <> wrote:


My advice is: disengage in the small matters that don’t worry the Goliaths, and engage in an activity with numbers of people for protection that will yield a lasting benefit. Arnie knows full well what the root of our deteriorating nation is, so energies exposing and educating and motivating the ignorant to either engage with us or plan to prepare for a bloody battle is the most simplistic advice I can give.

Trying to fight a battle individually is futile. Don’t engage in battles you can not win. Power comes in numbers, . . . it always has and always will.

We must not sit on our asses and send emails to ourselves every day. We are not the problem. So we must take action against the bastards on every front we can by going on the offensive. That may be a paradigm shift for most and it should be. Most should realize we can not keep doing the same thing, nothing, and expecting the corruption to get better.

Dealing with license plates is far too trivial in the grand scheme of our problems with the elitists in power. Learn the secret hid history of how we got into this mess and multiply with others in efforts to remove the offenders from power.  

Powerful documents are being generated almost daily all over this nation. So, my advice it pick a group of activists and get involved, educate yourself, and help educate others in the process.

Reply back if you want more. I’ve had one hell of a day here in Tennessee!

Dennis Schuelke
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Milwaukee Police Chief

Milwaukee Police Chief

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