John Chiang, Controller, California – Safeguard the Public Trust. Your Oath demands it!
This message will also be faxed to the administrative offices to make sure Mr. Chiang will be provided an opportunity to comply.
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Dear Mr. Chiang,
Thank you for accepting the responsibility of elected office; public service is a trust. This is to inform you that you have been appointed my trustee.
As a public servant and Controller for the people of California, you are totally accountable to the people, to protect and secure the public trust. A public trust, to which all Californians are the clear and intended beneficiaries.
Your attention is directed to a serious matter involving fraud upon the people of District 72. Proof of fraud by an impostor, misrepresenting himself as a lawful public servant will be provided in due course.
Mr. Travis Allen, Assemblyman for district 72 has demonstrated his criminal performance through a letter, unlawfully using the power of his elected office to attempt to intimidate threaten, and deny a citizen lawful access to government resources.
Allen’s unlawful response seems to have been prompted by a visit I made to the 72 District field office in Huntington Beach. The purpose of my visit was to report crimes of the federal government in compliance with federal statute Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, Misprision of Felony.
In a following telephone exchange, Mr. Wagner, Mr. Allen’s Chief of Staff, requested I share my concerns with him to forward on to Mr. Allen. Mr. Cliff Wagner’s email message
The matter emailed to Mr. Wagner to be reported to Assemblyman Allen.
Obviously Mr. Allen did not wish to address or even acknowledge the matter in question. The abusive letter is provided at the link following: A PUBLIC SERVANT response
There can be no misunderstanding as to the intent of this letter. A cursory review identifies the following unconstitutional abuses:
- Violation of his oath of office
- Breach of his fiduciary responsibilities
- Perjury, insurrection and rebellion against the supreme law of the land
- Possibly treason
- Obstruction of justice
Additionally there is the matter of the following as well, if the 14th amendment is being considered as lawful:
- Violation of my 1st Amendment rights to address grievances of the government
- Deprivation of civil rights under color of law
- Issuing threats under the color of law
- Intimidation under the color of his public office
- Collusion with certain law enforcement agencies in order to coerce public subjugation.
- Exposing the role of the BAR Associations control of our elected public servants.
By federal statute, violation of his oath of office alone is sufficient reason to remove him from office and charge him with the appropriate federal crimes. But his misrepresentation of his role as a public servants when in fact he is acting in a corporate capacity, adds the crime of fraud to his performance.
Mr. Chiang, the oath of office is a binding contract. There are no words or language contained within the oath to preclude an oath taker from exercising his full and complete obligation to support and defend the Constitution. NONE!
As a lawful public servant, Mr. Allen or any public servant, has no prerogative to avoid responsible obligations to support and defend the Constitution. The oath of office is the single most important part of public service. Federal statutes mandate the requirement of a public servant to be properly credentialed before authorization is given to make payment to the individual out of the public treasury.
Violating their oath is not just cause for immediate dismissal and removal from office, it is a federal crime.
Federal law regulating oath of office by government officials is divided into four parts along with an executive order which further defines the law for purposes of enforcement. 5 U.S.C. 3331, provides the text of the actual oath of office members of Congress are required to take before assuming office. 5 U.S.C. 3333 requires members of Congress sign an affidavit that they have taken the oath of office required by 5 U.S.C. 3331 and have not or will not violate that oath of office during their tenure of office as defined by the third part of the law, 5 U.S.C. 7311 which explicitly makes it a federal criminal offense (and a violation of oath of office) for anyone employed in the United States Government (including members of Congress) to “advocate theoverthrow of our constitutional form of government”.
Senator Rand Paul on the oath…
The contract, established by the oath, is consummated between parties, when the public servant accepts payment from the public treasury….
So as the chief financial officer and guardian of the public trust, you are responsible to ensure that not one thin dime is issued from the public treasury without the proper authority.
With Mr. Allen operating the 72 District in fraud, by trust law, your fiduciary responsibilities, demand immediate, independent, and definitive action to protect and preserve the assets of the public trust.
As one of the people of District 72, I am strongly urging you to suspend all financial transactions in any form, including but not limited to expense expenditures and reimbursements and/or compensation until this matter can be properly addressed through a lawful process.
Your immediate reply in this matter will be appreciated.
The truth; it takes so few words to express…
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Copy to:Jerry Brown, California Governor – Fax (916)-558-3160 √ Kamala D. Harris, California Attorney General – Fax (916) 323-5341 √ Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State – Fax (916) 653-4795 √ Travis Allen, Assemblyman District 72, California – Fax (916) 319-2172 √ FBI, Santa Ana, CA – Fax (714) 939-3590 √