Auto Response: Office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector: Shari L. Freidenrich
On Mar 16, 2016, at 7:19 AM, Arnie Rosner <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Ms. Freidenrich,
Good morning. Its me again. I hope I am not intruding…but I have a technical accounting question and since we have already established you are a public servant, dedicated to support and defend the Constitution, you would be the one to ask.
Which county corporate officer would be ultimately responsible to assure a county employee was properly authorized to receive funds disbursed from the Orange County Public Trust?
Would that be the treasurer or perhaps the controller?
The reason I ask is that many people with whom I have been working to solve the riddle of the lack of enforcement of the lawful California Constitution and the lawful Constitution for the United States of America, have been struggling to understand why many public officials seem to lack any sense of accountability or responsibility to enforce the rule of law; Constitutional law; not corporate policy. Yet this requirement is clearly defined in California Statutes as follows:
Just as an example, in the current presidential political campaigns, since it is well known neither candidate, Cruz or Rubio, are even eligible to run for the high office of President of the American people. Yet they are both seem to be recognized as lawful candidates by all officials of the County of Orange.
Excuse me Ms. Freidenrich, is this not a clear violation of the Constitution? Is this not a matter of a violation of federal election laws? Is that not a clear matter of fraud; taking money from campaign contributions under false pretenses and I am certain many other violations. Is not this also not a clear violation of the fiduciary responsibilities and the oath of office of every public servant who serves the American people who are residents of Orange, County, California?
“You only think you know!”
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