2014
08.22

August 22, 2104

U.S. Department of Justice
United States Attorneys

RE: Your letter dated August 19, 2014 (Attached)

A package was hand delivered to the Philadelphia US Attorney’s office and we asked for a meeting. The attached response is inappropriate, unsigned, on questionable letterhead and completely neglects the issue to be discussed.

The game of making certain there is no way to know to whom we should follow up is tiresome. Why is the United States Attorney playing with people asking for help? And why is the issue no longer the relevant one, but the impossibility of meeting to discuss a federal crime?

Your reply indicates that that the US Attorney “is responsible for the prosecution of persons accused of violating federal laws”. The Constitution of the United States is a federal law. Rights secured by the constitution have been violated, personally and to millions across the nation.

The Pennsylvania Judiciary has violated the Constitution of the United States leaving the courts undermined by a rule enacted by the state supreme court which additionally violates the Pennsylvania Constitution. The same rule undermines the federal courts. The package of letters provided exposed this issue with clear examples.

If your office is also following the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct and as lawyers you are obligated to conceal the crime because it adversely affects the integrity of the judiciary, then indicate that truth and recognize it as the problem to be addressed.

Acknowledge the mandate requiring all lawyers to ignore judicial corruption and injustice, and acknowledge that the judicial branch of state and federal government has been undermined by one rule put forth by the American Bar Association which has undermined the United States Constitution in every court in the country.

The Department of Justice indicates the US Attorney is the appropriate contact.

A meeting is requested to discuss the issue and the criminal actions which have occurred to prevent exposure and resolution of this national issue.

Respectfully,

Terance Healy
Todd Krautheim

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