A few months ago Tony Davis discovered the largest cover-up in Department of Justice (DOJ) history. The cover-up is responsible for thousands of people being illegally imprisoned and for the illegal prosecution of thousands more.
This case is now in the Supreme Court and you have a very limited time to join the Petition.
On July 27, 2009, Harley G. Lappin issued an Internal Memorandum to staff from his email address, email@example.com, stating that because of the large amount of requests for administrative relief related to Title 18 (Public Law 80-772), the federal Criminal Code, that he had commenced an investigation by the Office of Special Counsel (DOJ), the clerk of the House of Representatives, and the National Archives to determine if Title 18 was unconstitutional. The investigation determined that indeed, Title 18 was [is] unconstitutional. Title 18 includes 18 U.S.C. §3231, which is the only statute allowing prosecution of any federal crime, including Title 21 and Title 26.
Based on the investigation, Lappin went on to state that the House of Representatives had violated the Quorum Clause of the Constitution when the House voted 38 to 6 for passage when a quorum required 218 votes. The quorum issue is governed by Article I, Section 5, Clause 1, of the Constitution and the only Supreme Court case to rule on the Quorum Issue, United States v. Balin, Joseph & Co., 144 U.S. 1, 3 (1892).
On December 8, 2010, under pressure from the DOJ, Lappin issued a Declaration under the penalty of perjury in federal court in New York claiming he never issued the Memorandum. Lappin was then forced to resign. Within the last few months the evidence has been uncovered that the DOJ engaged in a massive cover-up to conceal their investigation so people could not use it to have their case dismissed pretrial or to be removed from prison based on a claim of actual innocence after trial.
The cover-up began in 2008 when the DOJ investigation started. The cover-up violates numerous criminal statutes as well as Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963), and the Clean Hands Doctrine.
In the last few months, we have had witnesses come forward and prepare affidavits stating they had received a copy of the Lappin Memorandum from the Warden in their prison.
We now have 2 affidavits and have identified 1,800 people in one prison that attended a town hall meeting where the warden passed out a copy of the Memorandum. We are looking for other witnesses.
The petition has passed the lower courts and the Supreme Court accepted it as Docket No. 14-527 on November 7, 2014. The government waived argument on November 21, 2014. The court sent it to the judges on December 3, 2014 for review on January 9, 2014.
In the petition, two questions are presented to the Supreme Court:
1. Can a lower district or appellate court overrule Article I, Section 5, Clause 1 (the quorum clause) of the Constitution and the only Supreme Court ruling on the quorum clause, United States v. Balin, Joseph & Co., 144 U.S 1, 3 (1892) (in order for any bill to be valid the Journals of both Houses must show it was passed in the presence of a Quorum)?
2. Can a federal district or appellate court participate in and conceal a DOJ cover-up where the Director of the BOP issues a Memorandum on July 27, 2009 after review by the Office of the Special Counsel, the Clerk of the House, and the National Archives declaring that Public Law 80-772 is unconstitutional, in violation of the Quorum Clause of the Constitution?
We are currently allowing people to join the petition prior to the court’s review.
The objective, whether pre-trial, during trial, or post-trial is a Ruling of Actual Innocence.
Once you receive an Actual Innocence Ruling, you should have the right to claim damages.
With Best Regards,
Yours in Freedom,
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|Michael Edward here from http://www.AmericansRestoringAmerica.com.
ARA has over 25,000 in membership and 30 some websites under it’s umbrella.
One of the web sites under it’s umbrella is http://www.YourRemedyIsInTheLaw.com, which has over 9,000 in membership, 30 Information Providers to teach the YRIITL membership and has been on the internet since 2005.
One of YRIITL’s Information Providers, Mr. Tony Davis, presently has one of his Students before The United States Supreme Court.
The outcome of this litigation could positively affect millions of Americans who are presently serving time or have served time in the past in federal prison.
One of the most important petitions in history is scheduled to be heard by the chief justices of the Supreme Court of the United States on January 9, 2014.
It is imperative that the justices understand the significance of the petition to insure that they will hear the petition.
The docket number is 14-527, David Moleski v. United States.
The case has been docketed and the government has already waived argument.
The judges are scheduled to hear it on January 9, 2015.
We are requesting that you immediately write a letter supporting that the Court hear the petition.
A cover sheet sample about the SCOTUS letter to forward to your Address Book is found here.
A sample letter to SCOTUS to go with the cover sheet sample is found here.
A sample of The Flyer to share with others who may want to benefit from this litigation is found here.
The Flyer is commercial and you may or may not want to publish it.
What The Flyer offers is the ability to join this petition before SCOTUS.
The cost to join this litigation is $5,000.00.
The cost to send a letter to The Supreme Court of the United States is your time, paper, envelope and a stamp.
On one hand you wouldn’t want to publish the flyer as you are not being paid to publish it.
On the other hand you would want to publish the flyer because those who are joined to the action will reap the benefit of Mr. Davis’ ten plus years in this effort and I’m confident you would want to share that opportunity just as you would point a thirsty man to where he may drink water.
Your call . . . .
Regardless of your joining this litigation, please send your letter to SCOTUS, attached.