August 1, 2014

Gregory R. Neuhauser
Chief Deputy Attorney General
Litigation Section
15th Floor, Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120


I have received your acknowledgment of the Notice pursuant to Rule 521.

Your letter misspells my name in every location, including the caption of the case. I understand this is often done to make it appear that the case does not exist and allow for prompt disregard of these matters. I request that you correct the spelling error in order for your office to review the actual matter.

Also, in the letter sent I included all of the associated case references.

Superior Court of Pennsylvania #1330 EDA 2013 Healy v Healy
Superior Court of Pennsylvania #900 EDA 2014 Healy v Miller
Montgomery County #2007-12477 Healy v Healy
Montgomery County #2013-29976 Healy v Miller
Third Circuit Court of Appeals # 13-4591 Healy, Krautheim v The Attorneys General
Eastern District of Pennsylvania #13-4614 Healy, Krautheim v The Attorneys General

Superior Court of Pennsylvania #943 EDA 2014 First Savings Bank v T. Krautheim

I am including copies of related correspondence from this week with President Barack Obama, The United States Senate, The Sentate Committee On the Judiciary, The United States House of Representatives, The House Committee on the Judiciary, The Governors of the United States, The Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee, and The Sheriff’s of Pennsylvania.

Addressing the injustice of Rule 1.6 is an inevitability. Rule 1.6 causes a loss of constitutionally protected rights and prevents law enforcement from action. Facing it responsibly will affect the public reaction to this realization. We ask your involvement, or where your direct action is ‘unlawful’, whatever assistance of support and resources which will permit us to succeed for the betterment of the nation in the best interests of every American.

We would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you to discuss the issue in further detail.

Terance Healy

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