To:

George C. Venizelos-Special Agent in Charge FBI Philadelphia Division

John J. Brosnan Assistant Special Agent in Charge

Copy to:

Linda L. Kelly Pennsylvania Attorney General

Criminal Paralegal on Duty US Attorney’s Office Eastern District of PA.

US Attorney Zane David Memeger Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Senator (R-PA) Patrick Toomey

Senator (D-PA) Robert Casey

Congressman (R-PA) Charles Dent

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett

Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III Jag Hunter

Sharon Rondeau, Editor Post & Email

JB Williams, Patriots Union

MG Paul E Vallely, Stand Up America

From: Dale A Laudenslager

Date 7/20/11

Subject: Criminal Complaint naming Barack Hussein Obama in the commission of Treason

Dear Sirs,

I Dale Laudenslager name BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA in the commission of TREASON (further known as Barack Obama).

Barack Obama conducts an Act of War against the United States and its government by his continual and forcible resistance to the United States Constitution intent upon and successful in setting up a rival unconstitutional government. This fact impacts Pennsylvania.

I, accuse Barack Obama and his civilian and military criminal assistants of TREASON. I name Barack Obama and his criminal associates as Traitors of the United States and of The State of Pennsylvania. Barack Obama’s criminal ascension and TREASON manifests a clear and present danger to our country, and as such our state.

Barack Obama’s TREASON destroys our American constitutional protections. Under Barack Obama’s administration, the United States Constitution no longer works to protect myself or my family from a rival, overreaching, oppressive and totalitarian government.

Confident holding Barack Obama’s silent agreement and admission, I identify Barack Obama as a foreign born domestic enemy. As such, it is my duty as a United States Citizen to report and bring his crimes to your attention. Barack Hussein Obama is not my president.

Specific instances of Treason include but not necessarily limited to the following:

1. U.s. Army troops were deployed in Samson, Alabama on March 10,2009. In response to a Freedom of Information request by the Dothan Eagle (see Lance Griffm), the Department of Army Inspector General found that the armed troops deployed to Samson, Alabama violated the Posse Comitatus Act, which restrains the use of the military for civilian law enforcement purposes.

2. BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA violated Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution by becoming the first United States President to chair the United Nations Security Council. To Wit:

No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no person holding any office of profit or trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, or Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.

3. (a) Mr. OBAMA declared War on the Republic of Libya on March 17,2011 without the approval of the Congress, violating Article 1, Section 10, Clause 3 of our United States Constitution.

3. (b) Mr. OBAMA has also entered into an Agreement with the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan), a foreign Power, and with the intent to sell 125 tanks to Egypt, home of the Muslim Brotherhood, violating Article 1, Section 10, Clause 3 of our United States Constitution. To Wit:

No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not admit of delay.

4. BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA is under investigation by California Congressman Darrell Issa for Project Gunrunner, and justice is clearly obstructed in this case as well as the Black Panther voter intimidation case.

Please see links below for charges of TREASON brought against BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA in 2009:

http://voteforallen.wordpress.coml20 11107114/0bama- is-guilty-of-treasonl

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https://thejaghunter.wordpress.comJ2011/03/15/acts-of-treason!

FINAL ANALYSIS ofBARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA’s Certificate of Live Birth – by Douglas Vogt:

Re: Legal proof that BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA’ s Birth Certificate is fraudulent.

Douglas Vogt has mailed a formal notice to Director Robert Mueller III at FBI headquarters stating that multiple felonies have been committed under U.S. Code section Title 18, Part 1, Chapter 47, Section 1028. (RE461679786US) and (EG41 0045020US). A copy of that notice was also mailed to Special Agent in Charge Frank Montoya in Honolulu, Hawaii. (70103090000) and (9410803699300019474252).

Obedient to the Laws of our Sacred Constitution in submission of this criminal accusation of TREASON I remain steadfast and have presented evidence to support this claim. I expect all of you to honor your oaths to uphold and DEFEND the United States Constitution.

Through patriotism in my Duty to the United States and to the beautiful State of Pennsylvania, I file this letter of complaint with your offices. I trust you will stand firm in your oaths to our United States Constitution and as such conduct a full investigation ofBarack Hussein Obama and his assistants on behalf of the federal and state tax paying citizens of the great State of Pennsylvania. Further, I trust your offices will fmd this evidence sufficient to support your legal filings of criminal complaint with the state and federal courts. I refuse to remain silent in this matter and I expect you not to either.

Copies of this complaint will be forwarded to the appropriate members of the United States House of Representatives.

Yours in Liberty,

/s/

Dale Laudenslager

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Another successful mission (as will each time be celebrated using this Robert Hefner illustration)

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AS POSTED AT ORBUSMAX.COM

Joseph Pacetti special agent Department of Homeland Securty, US Secret

Service, cell phone 215 280 0282, PA state police bureau of criminal

investigation trooper David Takach, cell phone 215 983 5488.

 

LOOKIN' AT MR. DALE LAUDENSLAGER!

Just this morning [Monday, 23 November 2009] a visit was paid to my home by two agents one from the US secret service and one from the PA state police attached to the local office of the FBI. I invited them in we had a long talk. They came in regard to the criminal complaint I sent to the FBI and the fact that BO is going to be in a town very close by Allentown PA.  I told them I had no violent intensions but we do intend to remove BO from office thru the court system. I handed them the AGJ  presentments I told them they have been mailed or hand delivered to courts and public officials all over this country. They seemed satisfied took a copy of the presentments left their cards and left.

 

Dale L.


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JAG HUNTER here:

This makes six reported deployments of U.S. Secret Service Agents, four supplemented by police escort, to protect the impostor in the White House.

This goes on as federal law enforcement officers sworn to the Constitution to protect you against OBAMA’S criminal escapades ignore unending, credible, cogent, compelling, and meritorious citizen criminal complaints naming OBAMA in TREASON.

What more do you need to know?



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Sergeant of Marines Timothy Joseph Harrington spent nine-hours in constructing the post linked above. 

Marine Corps Major General Smedley Darlington Butler (link)

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MANSIONS OF THE LORD – United States Military Academy Mens Glee Club

ECHO TAPS – United States Marine Corps Band

Captain William Edward Nordeen, United States Navy (CLICK ABOVE)

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Men of the USS STARK (FFG – 31) – 17 May 1987 

SN Doran H. Bolduc, Lacey, WARMSA Dexter D. Grissett, Macon, GAFCCS Robert L. Shippee, Adams Center, NYBM1 Braddi O. Brown, Calera, ALFC3 William R. Hansen, Reading, MASMSA Jeffrey C. Sibley, Metairie, LAFC3 Jeffrey L. Calkins, Richfield Springs, NYGMG3 Daniel Homicki, Elizabeth, NJOS3 Lee Stephens, Pemberton, OHSN Mark R. Caouette, Fitchburg, MAOSSN Kenneth D. Janusik, Jr., Clearwater, FLBM2 James R. Stevens, Visalia, CASN John A. Ciletta, Jr.,  Brigantine, NJOS1 Steven E. Kendall, Honolulu, HIET3 Martin J. Supple, Jacksonville, FLSR Brian M. Clinefelter, San Bernardino, CAEMCS Stephen Kiser, Elkhart, INFC1 Gregory L. Tweady, Champaign, ILOS3 Antonio A. Daniels, Greeleyville, SCSM1 Ronnie G. Lockett, Bessemer, ALET3 Kelly R. Quick, Linden, MIET3 Christopher DeAngelis, Dumont, NJGMM1 Thomas J. MacMullen, Darby, PASN Vincent L. Ulmer, Bay Minette, ALIC3 James S. Dunlap, Osceola Mills, PAEW3 Charles T. Moller, Columbus, GAEW3 Joseph P. Watson, Ferndale, MISTGSN Steven T. Erwin,  Troy, MIDS1 Randy E. Pierce, Choctaw, OKET3 Wayne R. Weaver, II, New Bethlehem, PARM2 Jerry Boyd Farr, Charleston, SCSA Jeffrei L. Phelps, Locust Grove, VAOSSN Terrance Weldon, Coram, NYQMCS Vernon T. Foster, Jacksonville, FLGM3 James Plonsky, Van Nuys, CAIC2 Lloyd A. Wilson, Summerville, SC SMSN Earl P. Ryals,  Boca Raton, FL 

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Casualties of the 30 July 1987 “Desert Duck” crash Lt. William E. Ramsburg, 31, of Scotland, S.D., the pilot; Lt. (j.g.) James F. Lazevnick, 25, of Waldorf, MD. the co-pilot, Radioman 2nd Class Albert B. Duparl of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Air Force Lt. Col. Horace S. Gentle, 44, of Mooresville, N.C., a staff officer with the U.S. Central Command.

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BMC Donald J. Fisher, EN1 Bert E. Burton, EM1 Cecil F. Bush, CS2 Marvin D. Avery, RM2 David W. Hawryshko, QM3 Earnest J. Buckelew, GMG3 Ronald J. Gebbie, BM3 Donald M. Horton, BM3 Ronald P. Yuhas, FN Joseph F. Burinda, SN Bruno W. Demata, SN Craig E. Swagler, FN Charles A. Tavares

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NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT 2013: HOST JOE MONTEGNA -IN THE VIDEO ABOVE REMEMBERING “THE LONGEST DAY” – CHARLES DURNING (28 February 1923 – 24 December 2012)! WE MUST, ALL OF US, REMEMBER!!

Ed “Too Tall” Freeman, United States Army – Congressional Medal of Honor recipient (CLICK ABOVE)

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Captain Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, Jr., Medical Corps, United States Navy – recipient Bronze Star wtih Combat “V” for Valor (OPERATION TORCH – 8 November 1942) (CLICK ABOVE)

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC VIDEO DOCUMENTARY: GARDEN OF STONES – ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY (CLICK HERE)

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IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF USS INDIANAPOLIS (CA – 35) (CLICK ON IMAGE)

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Second Class Petty Officer  Michael Monsoor, United States Navy – recipient Congressional Medal of Honor (CLICK ON IMAGE)

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Click on the illustration above for Lieutenant Murphy’s Medal of Honor Citation

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May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind ever be at your back,
May you find old friends waiting to greet you, there on the outside track.
We’re gathered together old times to remember, ’tis but for ourselves we would grieve,
So we’ll sing you a chorus and bid you farewell – fair winds and a following sea.

We’ll sing of ‘The Leaf’ and ‘The Parting Glass’, we’ll raise up our voices in song,
No sadness today for those who have passed, we celebrate with a voices glad and strong.
A catch in the throat, a tear in the eye, but no funeral dirge will this be,
We’ll roar ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as a victory song – fair winds and a following sea.

And those of us left here will miss a true friend, who shared with us good times and bad, Raising a glass to your memory we’ll say: “We’ve known you – why should we be sad?”
We honor a life that was lived to the full, we honor a spirit, now free.
You’ll long be remembered, whenever we say: “Fair winds and a following sea!”

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USS Stark (FFG-31): Was an  Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigate named for Admiral Harold Rainsford Stark (1880–1972).  In 1987, an Iraqi jet fired two missiles at Stark, killing 37 U.S. sailors on board. USS STARK was decommissioned on 7 May 1999. Stark was scrapped in 2006.

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So, we ask again: Were they heroes? ‘Heroes are not supermen,’ Herman Wouk once reminded us, ‘they’re good men, and embodied by the cast of destiny, the virtue of a whole people in a great hour.’ And writing of the thousands of such heroes in our nation, men and women who wear our country’s uniform in this troubled peace of ours, he asked us to never forget ‘to reassure them that their hard, long training is needed, that love of country is noble, that self-sacrifice is rewarding, that to be ready to fight for freedom fills a man with a sense of worth like nothing else.’ And he said, ‘If America is still the great beacon in dense gloom, the promise to hundreds of millions of the oppressed that liberty exists, that it is the shining future, that they can throw off their tyrants, and learn freedom and cease learning war, then we still need heroes to stand guard in the night.’ ”

 MEN OF USS STARK (FFG- 31) – 17 May 1987

USS STARK (FFG-31) CASUALTIES:

  • Seaman Doran H. Bolduc, Lacey, Washington
  • First Class Petty Officer Boatswain Mate Braddi O. Brown, Calera, Alabama
  •  Third Class Petty Officer Fire Controlman Jeffrey L. Calkins, Richfield Springs, New York
  • Seaman Apprentice Radioman (Striker) Dexter D. Grissett, Macon, Georgia
  • Third Class Petty Officer Fire Controlman William R. Hansen, Reading, Massachusetts
  • Third Class Petty Officer Gunners Mate (Guns) Daniel Homicki, Elizabeth, New Jersey
  • Senior Chief Petty Officer Fire Controlman Robert L. Shippee, Adams Center New York
  • Seaman Apprentice Signalman (Striker) Jeffrey C. Sibley, Metairie, Louisiana
  • Third Class Petty Officer Operations Specialist Lee Stephens, Pemberton, Ohio
  • Seaman Mark R. Caouette, Fitchhburg, Massachusetts
  • Seaman John A. Ciletta, Jr., Brigantine, New Jersey
  • Seaman Recruit Brian M. Clinefelter, San Bernardino, California
  • Third Class Petty Officer Operations Specialist Antonio A. Daniels, Greeleyville, South Carolina
  • Seaman Operations Specialist Striker Kenneth D. Janusik, Jr., Clearwater, Florida
  • Petty Officer First Class Operations Specialist Steven E. Kendall, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Senior Chief Petty Officer Electrician’s Mate Stephen Kiser, Elkhart, New Jersey
  • First Class Petty Officer Signalman Ronnie G. Lockett, Bessemer, Alabama
  • Second Class Petty Officer Boatswain Mate James R. Stevens, Visalia, California
  • Third Class Petty Officer Martin J. Supple, Jacksonville, Florida
  • First Class Petty Officer Fire Controlman Gregory L. Tweady, Champaign, Illinois
  • Third Class Petty Officer Electricians Mate Kelly R. Quick, Linden, Michigan
  • Third Class Petty Officer Christopher DeAngelis, Dumont, New Jersey
  • Third Class Petty Officer Interior Communications Electrician James S. Dunlap, Osceola Mills, Pennsylvania
  • Seaman Sonar Technician – Surface (Striker) Steven T. Erwin, Troy Michigan
  • Second Class Petty Officer Radioman Jerry Boyd, Charleston, South Carolina
  • First Class Petty Officer Gunners Mate (Missiles) Thomas J. MacMullen, Darby, Pennsylvania
  • Third Class Petty Officer Electronic Warfare Technician Charles T. Moller, Columbus, Georgia
  • First Class Petty Officer Data Systems Technician  Randy E. Pierce, Choctaw, Oklahoma
  • Seaman Apprentice Jeffrei L. Phelps, Locust Grove, Virginia
  • Seaman Vincent L. Ulmer, Bay Minette, Alabama
  • Third Class Petty Officer Jospeh P. Watson, Ferndale, Michigan
  • Third Class Petty Officer Electronics Technician Wayne R. Weaver, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • Seaman Operations Specialist (Striker) Terrance Weldon, Coram, New York
  • Senior Chief Quartermaster [Navigator] Vernon T. Foster, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Third Class Gunners Mate James Plonsky, Van Nuys, California
  • Seaman Signalman (Striker) Earl P. Ryals, Boca Raton, Florida
  • Second Class Petty Officer Interior Communications Electrician Lloyd A. Wilson, Summerville, South Carolina
More here on the Navy’s Rating/Rank structure courtesy: BLUEJACKET.COM

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A SENIOR BANKING OFFICIAL EMPLOYED BY OR DEEPLY CONNECTED WITH THE ATHENS FEDERAL COMMUNITY BANK ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN “HAND PICKED” INTO THE FOREMANSHIP OF THE McMINN COUNTY TENNESSEE GRAND JURY SINCE 2011!

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McMinn County Tennessee Grand Jury Notice for February 2017- CLICK HERE…

ALSO THIS:

Quoted in full from a March 2015 local Cleveland, Tennessee news report:

Larry Wallace named police consultant

JOYANNA LOVE Banner Senior Staff Writer
The Cleveland Police Department will be getting a thorough review by a police consultant, the city manager and a city councilman.

The Cleveland City Council unanimously approved having the city manager hire Larry Wallace as a police consultant during a voting session Monday. Councilmen Bill Estes and Richard Banks were absent.

“He (Wallace) has helped cities before and I think he will do a good job for us,” said City Manager Janice Casteel.

Wallace served as a consultant for Chattanooga in a police chief search.

This will not be his role for Cleveland. Instead, he will be offering a review of “policies, procedures and practices.”

Casteel, along with Wallace and City Councilman Dale Hughes, will be reviewing all three to see if they agree or need to be changed. The review will also look into whether current policies are being followed.

Hughes volunteered to serve on the committee after Casteel asked for a Council member to volunteer. Hughes said he is glad to work with someone with the professional experience and good reputation Wallace has, and added he feels the committee is taking a step in the right direction.

“The purpose of this volunteer would be to review any policy changes, so that they can assist us in that review before we bring it to the Council … the full Council would approve any changes,” Casteel said.

Casteel did not give a timeline on when the review would be complete. She said she wanted the process to take as long as it needed for a full review.

Casteel said she chose Wallace because of his experience in law enforcement. Wallace served for 40 years in law enforcement, including the Athens Police Department, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Tennessee Highway Patrol. He has served as the sheriff of McMinn County and the deputy director of the Tennessee Department of Safety. He is the assistant to the president for special projects for Tennessee Wesleyan College. Wallace will leave the position at the end of the month to serve as the Cleveland police consultant.

“He comes very well qualified,” Casteel said.

“Absolutely,” Hughes said.

A contract will be presented to the Council at a later date

“He actually would not be an employee, but would be contracted,” Casteel said.

Hughes asked how much the consultant would cost.

“He would be in the $76,000 range as an annual salary, so depending on how many months he serves (would be how much he makes),” Casteel said. “There is no timeline. He won’t know until he gets in there and he starts working with the policies, the procedures and the practices (how long it will take).”

Interim Police Chief Mark Gibson will continue to serve in that role throughout the policy review process. A new chief would not be selected until this process is complete.

“I would like to go through this process first, figure out exactly what do we need to change,” Casteel said.

“So you don’t want to post this job right now?” Councilman Avery Johnson asked.

“No, sir, I don’t,” Casteel replied.

Hughes said when the time does come to look for a new chief, the candidate needs to be thoroughly researched, so there are no surprises later.

“It is truly embarrassing to have three chiefs in four days,” Hughes said. “There needs to be something to fix it.”

Dennis Maddux served as chief for one day before being demoted back to captain. Casteel served administratively as chief until a requirement for Peace Officer Standards and Training was brought to her attention. Gibson was then appointed interim chief.

This is not the first time a policy review has been announced.

A previous drug policy review requested by the Cleveland City Council was completed. However, the proposed changes to the citywide policy were never approved. Amendments to the Cleveland Police Department drug policy were approved by the Council to allow for consideration of mitigating factors, such as years of service in the department, as to whether an officer who violated the policy was laid off.

Also during the meeting former Police Chief David Bishop’s service weapon was declared surplus to be given to him in recognition of his years of service. Bishop served as police chief for a little less than a year, before leaving due to medical reasons. Gibson was acting police chief until Maddux was appointed chief. Although Gibson was acting chief in the final months of 2014, Bishop’s medical retirement became official Feb. 28. Maddux then officially became the new chief.

Vice Mayor George Poe acted as chairman during the meeting due to the mayor’s absence. Mayor Tom Rowland is recovering from knee surgery.

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“Larry D. Wallace serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank and the Company. He previously served as the Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for 12 years from 1992 through 2003. Upon his retirement as Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Mr. Wallace returned home to Athens, Tennessee, where he served as Vice President of Administration and then as Assistant to the President for Special Projects of Tennessee Wesleyan College until his retirement as of March 31, 2015. He currently serves as an independent consultant to the City of Cleveland, Tennessee. Age 70. Director since 2006. Mr. Wallace s involvement with Tennessee Wesleyan College has allowed him to develop strong ties to the community, providing the Board with valuable insight regarding the local business and consumer environment. In addition, he is also a strong advocate of the Company and the Bank through his extensive civic and community involvement.”

Source: Athens Bancshares Corporation on 04/17/2015

Athens Bancshares Corporation is the holding company for Athens Federal Community Bank. Jeffrey Lane Cunningham preceded Mr. Wallace in the position of McMinn County Grand Jury Foreman, stepping down in March 2014 having been the “JUDGE APPOINTED” Grand Jury Foreman since 2011. Cunningham was then and is today President and CEO of the Athens Federal Community Bank. Athens Bancshares Corporation and Athens Federal Community Bank are headquartered in the same building in Athens, Tennessee.

 

 

Reprinted from an email received from: Joseph R. John, USNA ‘62,  Captain  USN(Ret)/Former FBI; Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC; 2307 Fenton Parkway, Suite 107-184, San Diego, CA 92108
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Captain John writes: Today, Navy won its 9th game, in its 9 and 2 record to date, by beating SMU 75 to 31.  Navy will play for the AAC Championship on December 3rd, will play Army on December 10th, and has accepted an invitation to the Armed Forces Bowl on December 23rd.  Go Navy!!

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By Captain Matthew T. Provencher ’93, MD MC USNR

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Pictured above: Bill Belichick and CAPT Matthew Provencher after the AFC Championship Game in 2015 in Foxboro, MA

Although four hundred miles apart, the United States Naval Academy (USNA) and Gillette Stadium, home of the National Football League’s New England Patriots football franchise, are fundamentally close as a result of the firm bridge built between each location. This bridge paved by many former and current members of the New England Patriots football franchise continues to stand strong until this day. The rich connection between the New England Patriots and USNA began to initially form in 1956. That year, Stephen Belichick took on the roles of assistant coach and scout for the Navy football team. Steven excelled in these positions and was a fundamental leader for Navy Football for 34 years (1956-1989). While at the Naval Academy, Steve wrote the scouting bible “Football Scouting Methods,” which many in football coaching consider the standard to follow in order to identify and cultivate football talent. During Steve’s tenure as a Navy Football coach, his son Bill learned the fundamentals of football. Bill Belichick was often seen on the sidelines with his Dad during practice and games since the age of ten. Bill’s coaching career truly began in Annapolis, side-by-side with his Dad, decades before he set foot in Fox borough, MA.

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Pictured above: After Super Bowl 49, the New England Patriots traveled to the White House for a visit with the President, where the 4 Lombardi trophies were on display

Now as Head Coach of the New England Patriots, Bill Belichick is the 5th-ranked winningest head coach in NFL history (225-113, .666 winning percentage) and has maintained himself atop the National Football League for over fifteen years. In his time as head coach, he has won four Super Bowls, six AFC Championships and built a legacy of excellence and triumph. Currently, the New England Patriots are #1 in the AFC this season following their loss to the eventual Super Bowl Champions Denver Broncos in the 2015 AFC Championship Game.  In the year prior, the Patriots won Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks in a dramatic finish, 28-24. Earlier this year, Super Bowl XLIX was ranked #2 Super Bowl of all time by ESPN.

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Pictured above: CAPT Provencher attends to an injured player, Rob Gronkowski (#87)

I was on the sidelines as the Medical Director and Head Team Physician for the New England Patriots for Super Bowl XLIX. In my capacity, I served as the Chief of Sports Medicine and Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Head Team Physician for the Patriots, where I was in charge of approximately 75 medical professionals that assist in the day-to-day care of the team. These medical professional ranged in training from experts in sports science, nutrition, physical therapy and concussion care to surgical consultants. Under my leadership, as well as The Patriots Head Athletic Trainer Jim Whalen, these medical professionals provided comprehensive care to the team during the past two NFL seasons. My father, Michael Provencher ’69 played for Navy football for two seasons under the tutelage of Steve Belichick.  In addition, a Navy Reserve officer and orthopedic surgeon, CDR Mark Price, MD, PhD, MC USNR is the current Head Team Physician for the New England Patriots, following my recent departure to the Steadman Clinic in Vail, CO.

In my capacity as Head Team Physician, I would spend approximately three afternoons a week with the team at their training facility.

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Pictured above: The New England Patriots visit the Naval Medical Center San Diego in December 2014. The entire team (63 players) as well as coaches and administrative staff attended a special visit to active duty wounded warriors. Pictured are Bill Belichick meeting with CAPT (Ret.) Jennifer Town, CIV, the C5 (Combat Casualty Care) Program Director.

at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA, and attended all games, home and away, and all events with the team. In addition, I attended the NFL Training Combine each February, the Combine Recheck in April, the NFL Draft in May, Off Season Training Program and a majority of summer Training Camp. Furthermore, I coordinated the care for all players, coaches and extended family of the team. At every Patriots game, my core team oversaw the care provided by 27 medical professionals who were stationed on the field to assist in the care of game-day injuries.

When the New England Patriots were facing the San Diego Chargers in December 2014, I setup a visit to the Naval Medical Center San Diego, where I had trained in orthopedic surgery and also spent many years as staff surgeon (1998-2013) treating our military wounded warrior athletes. The entire Patriots team (63 players, 15 coaches and 15 administrative personnel) volunteered to spend time at Naval Medical Center San Diego, where players had the opportunity to meet up-close and personal with active duty military members receiving care at the hospital. Bill Belichick said of the event, “I’d say the moving things were just how appreciative they were of us being there. But the reality of it was, they’re the heroes. Not us. Even more than that, the real heroes are the ones that didn’t come back.”

Aside from the coaching and medical staff, the connection between the Patriots and USNA is also evident by a recently added player on the team. A newcomer to the team this year and a 5th-round draft pick (#166) in the 2015 NFL Draft, Ensign Joe Cardona ’15 is the current starting long snapper for the New England Patriots. He was the highest Navy player drafted since Napoleon McCallum ’85 was selected in the 4th round of the 1986 NFL Draft.

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Pictured above: ENS Joe Cardona, CDR Mark Price and CAPT Matthew Provencher in the New England Patriots training room facilities

The rich tradition of Navy and USNA involvement in the team is also often apparent on the sidelines during practice and games. Often you can see those that were coached by Steve Belichick while at USNA on the Patriots sidelines, including Ed Reid ’78, who was a Defensive End at UNSA, and currently lives in Annapolis where he works as the Nat

ional Account Sales Manager for Auto Desk in Washington, DC. Ed is often accompanied on the sidelines by his classmate, partner in crime and spiritual adviser Kevin “The Grinch” Lynch ’78, who resides in Portsmouth, RI, where he works as the Executive Director of Business Development for TYCO Integrated Security.

Even in the air for game travel, the connection is apparent. The team’s Delta 757/767 Captain for the Patriot Charter Flights has often been Matthew McLaughlin ’81. A former tight end for USNA, Matthew played for Steve Belichick. Captain McLaughlin’s head coach during his time at the Naval Academy was George Welch. During his time there, Captain McLaughlin and the team held a 3-1 record versus Army and competed in two bowl games, including the inaugural Holiday Bowl in San Diego in 1978 against BYU (Navy won 23-16). This bowl game was particularly exciting as it was the first bowl game Navy competed in since the era of Roger Staubach. In addition to Captain

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Pictured above: CAPT Matthew Provencher after Super Bowl 49 in Glendale, AZ with Tom Brady (#12)

McLaughlin, another Delta 757/767 pilot, Jeff Johnson ’84 has provided the Patriots charter service as well. Robert Kraft, Chairman and CEO of the New England Patriots, and the Kraft family have also demonstrated great support of multiple wounded warrior foundations and military personnel. They have not only surrounded the New England Patriots with many alumni of the Naval Academy, but have consistently shown their support for the Navy and USNA through their many charitable efforts.

It is fully evident that the USNA legacy is alive and well within the Patriots organization. The bridge initially paved almost six decades ago remains unshakable.

POSTED BY: Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, USNA Class of 1975, U.S. Navy Retired

 

 





AMAZING GRACE – TAPS

(click here)

Norman Rockwell – “Mending the Flag” 27 May 1922) (CLICK ON IMAGE)

MEMORIAL DAY 2012 (click here)

Sergeant of Marines Timothy Joseph Harrington spent nine-hours in constructing the post linked above. 

Image link above

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Click on underlined “hot-links”

Cemetery Watchmen

Ashes found in trash led to proper burial

LISTEN, REFLECT, and PRAY

MANSIONS OF THE LORD – United States Military Academy Mens Glee Club

THE NAVY HYMN – United States Naval Academy

Mens Glee Club

ECHO TAPS – United States Marine Corps Band

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Captain William Edward Nordeen, United States Navy (CLICK ABOVE)

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(Photo links to Brad’s biography)

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Men of the USS STARK (FFG – 31) – 17 May 1987 

SN Doran H. Bolduc, Lacey, WARMSA Dexter D. Grissett, Macon, GAFCCS Robert L. Shippee, Adams Center, NYBM1 Braddi O. Brown, Calera, ALFC3 William R. Hansen, Reading, MASMSA Jeffrey C. Sibley, Metairie, LAFC3 Jeffrey L. Calkins, Richfield Springs, NYGMG3 Daniel Homicki, Elizabeth, NJOS3 Lee Stephens, Pemberton, OHSN Mark R. Caouette, Fitchburg, MAOSSN Kenneth D. Janusik, Jr., Clearwater, FLBM2 James R. Stevens, Visalia, CASN John A. Ciletta, Jr.,  Brigantine, NJOS1 Steven E. Kendall, Honolulu, HIET3 Martin J. Supple, Jacksonville, FLSR Brian M. Clinefelter, San Bernardino, CAEMCS Stephen Kiser, Elkhart, INFC1 Gregory L. Tweady, Champaign, ILOS3 Antonio A. Daniels, Greeleyville, SCSM1 Ronnie G. Lockett, Bessemer, ALET3 Kelly R. Quick, Linden, MIET3 Christopher DeAngelis, Dumont, NJGMM1 Thomas J. MacMullen, Darby, PASN Vincent L. Ulmer, Bay Minette, ALIC3 James S. Dunlap, Osceola Mills, PAEW3 Charles T. Moller, Columbus, GAEW3 Joseph P. Watson, Ferndale, MISTGSN Steven T. Erwin,  Troy, MIDS1 Randy E. Pierce, Choctaw, OKET3 Wayne R. Weaver, II, New Bethlehem, PARM2 Jerry Boyd Farr, Charleston, SCSA Jeffrei L. Phelps, Locust Grove, VAOSSN Terrance Weldon, Coram, NYQMCS Vernon T. Foster, Jacksonville, FLGM3 James Plonsky, Van Nuys, CAIC2 Lloyd A. Wilson, Summerville, SC SMSN Earl P. Ryals,  Boca Raton, FL 

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Click on the patch (scroll down for the full report)

Casualties of the 30 July 1987 “Desert Duck” crash Lt. William E. Ramsburg, 31, of Scotland, S.D., the pilot; Lt. (j.g.) James F. Lazevnick, 25, of Waldorf, MD. the co-pilot, Radioman 2nd Class Albert B. Duparl of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Air Force Lt. Col. Horace S. Gentle, 44, of Mooresville, N.C., a staff officer with the U.S. Central Command.

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Petty Officer Shields Medal of Honor Citation (link)


USS MARVIN SHIELDS (FF – 1066) Association (link)

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LCU – 1500 – CLICK ON IMAGE

DEDICATED to the MEMORY of the
CREW of LCU-1500 KILLED IN ACTION in VIETNAM

* 28 February 1968 *

RMSN K. L. Cook

* 27 February 1969 *

BMC Donald J. Fisher, EN1 Bert E. Burton, EM1 Cecil F. Bush, CS2 Marvin D. Avery, RM2 David W. Hawryshko, QM3 Earnest J. Buckelew, GMG3 Ronald J. Gebbie, BM3 Donald M. Horton, BM3 Ronald P. Yuhas, FN Joseph F. Burinda, SN Bruno W. Demata, SN Craig E. Swagler, FN Charles A. Tavares

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Seaman James Burkhart, United States Navy – USS STERETT (CG – 31)

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Ed “Too Tall” Freeman, United States Army – Congressional Medal of Honor recipient (CLICK ABOVE)

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Captain Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, Jr., Medical Corps, United States Navy – recipient Bronze Star wtih Combat “V” for Valor (OPERATION TORCH – 8 November 1942) (CLICK ABOVE)

CASABLANCA 1942

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GARDEN OF STONES

LISTEN, REFLECT, and PRAY

MANSIONS OF THE LORD (Ronan Tynan – click on gray dot with white right pointing arrow next to Ronan’s photo)

Minstrel Boy (John McDermott)

THE NAVY HYMN

ECHO TAPS

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IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF USS INDIANAPOLIS (CA – 35) (CLICK ON IMAGE)

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Second Class Petty Officer  Michael Monsoor, United States Navy – recipient Congressional Medal of Honor (CLICK ON IMAGE)

Second Class Petty Officer Michael Monsoor – CLICK ON IMAGE

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Click on the illustration above for Lieutenant Murphy’s Medal of Honor Citation

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May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind ever be at your back,
May you find old friends waiting to greet you, there on the outside track.
We’re gathered together old times to remember, ’tis but for ourselves we would grieve,
So we’ll sing you a chorus and bid you farewell – fair winds and a following sea.

We’ll sing of ‘The Leaf’ and ‘The Parting Glass’, we’ll raise up our voices in song,
No sadness today for those who have passed, we celebrate with a voices glad and strong.
A catch in the throat, a tear in the eye, but no funeral dirge will this be,
We’ll roar ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as a victory song – fair winds and a following sea.

And those of us left here will miss a true friend, who shared with us good times and bad, Raising a glass to your memory we’ll say: “We’ve known you – why should we be sad?”
We honor a life that was lived to the full, we honor a spirit, now free.
You’ll long be remembered, whenever we say: “Fair winds and a following sea!”

Men of the USS STARK (FFG – 31) – 17 May 1987

USS Stark casualties
SN Doran H. Bolduc,
Lacey, WA
RMSA Dexter D. Grissett,
Macon, GA
FCCS Robert L. Shippee,
Adams Center, NY
BM1 Braddi O. Brown,
Calera, AL
FC3 William R. Hansen,
Reading, MA
SMSA Jeffrey C. Sibley,
Metairie, LA
FC3 Jeffrey L. Calkins,
Richfield Springs, NY
GMG3 Daniel Homicki,
Elizabeth, NJ
OS3 Lee Stephens,
Pemberton, OH
SN Mark R. Caouette,
Fitchburg, MA
OSSN Kenneth D. Janusik, Jr.,
Clearwater, FL
BM2 James R. Stevens,
Visalia, CA
SN John A. Ciletta, Jr., †
Brigantine, NJ
OS1 Steven E. Kendall,
Honolulu, HI
ET3 Martin J. Supple,
Jacksonville, FL
SR Brian M. Clinefelter,
San Bernardino, CA
EMCS Stephen Kiser,
Elkhart, IN
FC1 Gregory L. Tweady,
Champaign, IL
OS3 Antonio A. Daniels,
Greeleyville, SC
SM1 Ronnie G. Lockett,
Bessemer, AL
ET3 Kelly R. Quick,
Linden, MI
ET3 Christopher DeAngelis, †
Dumont, NJ
GMM1 Thomas J. MacMullen,
Darby, PA
SN Vincent L. Ulmer,
Bay Minette, AL
IC3 James S. Dunlap,
Osceola Mills, PA
EW3 Charles T. Moller,
Columbus, GA
EW3 Joseph P. Watson,
Ferndale, MI
STGSN Steven T. Erwin, †
Troy, MI
DS1 Randy E. Pierce,
Choctaw, OK
ET3 Wayne R. Weaver, II,
New Bethlehem, PA
RM2 Jerry Boyd Farr,
Charleston, SC
SA Jeffrei L. Phelps,
Locust Grove, VA
OSSN Terrance Weldon,
Coram, NY
QMCS Vernon T. Foster,
Jacksonville, FL
GM3 James Plonsky,
Van Nuys, CA
IC2 Lloyd A. Wilson,
Summerville, SC
SMSN Earl P. Ryals, †
Boca Raton, FL

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Fitzpatrick Court-Martial: Crime and Punishment of the Innocent

Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Monday, September 30, 2013 @ 2:31 PM

PEOPLE IN “POWERFUL” POSITIONS CHOSE COVER-UP RATHER THAN CONFRONTATION

by Sharon Rondeau

Rep. Norman Dicks retired from the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012 after serving since 1976

(Sep. 30, 2013) — In April 1990, a sham court-martial was held charging CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III with dereliction of duty for mishandling Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) funds on the USS Mars, on which he had served as Executive Officer.  The alleged crime was fabricated, the adjudication panel rigged, and the outcome predetermined.  In July of that year, a document titled “Response to Letter of Reprimand” which Fitzpatrick had never seen was filed with the court-martial record with his forged signature affixed to it.

After obtaining parts of the court-martial record piecemeal as a result of filing Freedom of Information Act requests, Fitzpatrick registered numerous criminal complaints with the U.S. Navy and Department of Defense alerting them to the forgery. He also cited Bitoff for his undue command influence in carrying out the court-martial instead of handing it to an impartial officer, as is required by the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

This year, undue command influence has been claimed by USMC Maj. James Weirick against Commandant James Amos for his conduct regarding eight Marines accused of abusing Taliban corpses, and Weirick now faces evaluations and possible expulsion from the Marines.  Weirick considers himself a whistleblower, which federal law states will be protected from retaliation for contacting members of Congress or law enforcement to report a crime.

In September 1997, turning his anger against Fitzpatrick, then-Navy Judge Advocate General John Hutson agreed to open a criminal investigation in an attempt to prove that Fitzpatrick was lying about his claim of forgery.  On December 4, 1997, the entire court-martial file was located, and NCIS Special Agent Richard Allen subsequently matched the paper, font and ink used to create the forgery with documents signed by Capt. Kevin M. Anderson, Fitzpatrick’s former defense counsel.

Anderson was approached by the NCIS in early 1998 and told investigators that he did not know the origin of the fraudulent document.  Five years later, however, he told a Port Orchard Police Department detective that he produced the document but did not admit to signing it.

Fitzpatrick did not discover Anderson’s police report until more than a year later, at which time he brought the evidence to the NCIS in Silverdale.  Instead of reopening or launching a new investigation, the NCIS falsely told Fitzpatrick that his allegations could not be pursued because of the years which had elapsed and ultimately threatened his life if he were to continue to expose what he knew in order to seek justice.

Fitzpatrick was residing in the Port Orchard area after his honorable discharge from the Navy on September 30, 1994.  For nearly a decade, Rep. Norman Dicks, who represented the Sixth District of Washington in the U.S. Congress, had assisted Fitzpatrick in obtaining documentation from his court-martial.  Sen. Patty Murray also made requests on Fitzpatrick’s behalf, including a memo written by Lt. Tim Zeller which showed clear collusion between Zeller and Adm. John Bitoff.

The UCMJ states that an accuser cannot also convene the court-martial, but Bitoff disregarded the rules and played both roles, using his own staff to steer the outcome and create the false documentation.  In a letter to Dicks in 1999, Bitoff attempted to appear surprised and concerned at Fitzpatrick’s claim of a forgery having been placed in his file.  At the same time, Bitoff admitted that he “brought the charges and convened the court-martial.”

BITOFF LETTER TO NORM DICKS – 30 APRIL 1999

In 2003, Rep. Dicks’s office suddenly became hostile and evasive toward Fitzpatrick without explanation. Fitzpatrick attributes the sudden change in demeanor to the revelation in 2003 that Anderson created and signed the fraudulent court-martial document in July 1990.  Dicks’s and Anderson’s respective offices were located in close proximity, and the two were acquainted.  Dicks was also well-known to Russell Hauge, lead prosecutor of Kitsap County, where Anderson served as a deputy prosecutor.  Having committed the crime of forgery to frame Fitzpatrick, Anderson has now served more than 15 years in that position of public trust.

“It just got too close to home,” Fitzpatrick said of Dicks’s new hostility.  “He knew these guys; their offices were just about next to each other.”

Dicks ultimately became responsible for not only refusing to assist Fitzpatrick further, but also for having him incarcerated.

She did not invite me in any farther.  Right above us was a good-sized video camera.  I conducted myself with complete professionalism and aplomb, and I said, “I’m here to get a status report.”  She was decidedly nasty and malicious.  She was new at that point.  I hadn’t had that much interaction with her, but she was a very unpleasant person to work with.

She told me to leave, and I did, and later on, she called the police.  I was leaving the building, and at the corner of Sixth and Pacific, a patrol car came speeding up, stopped and a cop saw me and approached me, asked me who I was, and I told him.  He said he had just had a complaint from Paula Blake, and I said, “Well, I was just there.”  And I told him what I just told you.

I was pretty upset by the confrontation, so I went immediately to the Bremerton Police Department, which wasn’t that far away downtown.   I met with the sergeant and said, “I didn’t do anything wrong.”  So he took down the information and I left.

The next thing I heard was that Cherylynne Fitz Williams went in and wrote out a request for a protection order against me and got it.  She was complaining that I had interacted with her, but she wasn’t there that day at all.

So we went to court on the 27th, and the judge, whose name is Rio, said, “Don’t bother Scherri; the only way you can contact them is by mail.”  And that was it.

Rep. Adam Smith represents the Ninth District of Washington in Congress

I had interaction with Rep. Adam Smith earlier, in 2001 and 2002.  Adam Smith sent me a very nasty letter because I was trying to help out a soldier named Cory Cox, who lived in Adam Smith’s congressional district in Tacoma.  I had met with Rep. Smith in his office and briefed him on the Cory Cox matter, and then I kept calling for updates and to see what kind of action he was taking.  I got that nasty letter from him in 2002.

The order the judge handed down to me in 2003 looked very much like the letter that Rep. Smith sent to me in 2002:  “You can’t contact this office unless you go through the mail.”

Cory Cox was let out of prison because of my intervention.

Rep. Smith’s was the first adversarial letter that I received.  Then in 2003, all of a sudden, Scherri Fitz Williams, acting on behalf of Paula Blake, took up action against me and got the protection order issued.  I said, “They’re lying; I did nothing wrong.  There’s a video camera there; let’s have the footage.  If Ms. Williams wants to make her case, then let her do it with the footage, and she said, “It’s not available,” and I was thinking, “Well, why not?”

For the longest time, Dicks was called “the third senator” from Washington State, so he was a very powerful manJudge Riehl then took action against me and said, “You can’t send emails.”

In 2004, I was advocating on behalf of a chaplain and I was sending out an email about him.  Scherri called the cops after she got the email.  This is in a report dated April 26, 2004, and in it, she said I had violated the protection order by sending the email.  The cop investigated and on the back of the report it says, “I contacted Williams via phone per her request.  Williams stated that she works for Congressman Norm Dicks at this location, 500 Pacific Avenue. Williams stated she is a petitioner in a protection order against Fitzpatrick due to a problem he caused in the past.”  I didn’t cause any problem in the past, as I’ve explained.  “Williams stated she received an email today from Fitzpatrick which is a violation of the order. I observed the email as information and nothing threatening towards anyone.”  That’s what it says.

“I’ve located the order, which is a protection order which is valid and served.  The order prohibits Fitzpatrick to contact Williams in any form at work or residence.  The notes state that Fitzpatrick can contact Norm Dicks through the U.S. Postal Service. “

The email was sent out to a list of people, and I just forgot to leave Norm Dicks’s name off of it.

A warrant was issued, and I was arrested. Nothing came of it; I was released, and the whole thing went away.  Scherri had complained about me in April 2004, and I was arrested in August.  I was in jail for a day or a little less.  I was released, and that was the end of that.  But that was all Norm Dicks’s doing.

Norm Dicks was behind it, and he could have stopped any of it from going forward.  Scherri was not in the office when I first presented myself in October the year before.  So Norm said, “Hey, we have to make this guy go away.”  So Scherri went in and she filed a complaint, naming herself as the target of the incident that she alleged, and she wasn’t even physically present there that day.  I told the judge that.  I said, “She wasn’t there; I didn’t interact with her.  I wasn’t there that long, and the only person I interacted with was Paula Blake, and the whole thing is captured on the video camera which is right there…”  But the video was not brought into evidence.

The rig is in.  Dicks was behind all of this, and before that, Congressman Adam Smith.

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