Monday, August 11, 2008

Catherine L. Hanaway, United States Attorney / Jay Nixon Governor State of Missouri

Monday, August 11, 2008

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI
Catherine L. Hanaway, United States Attorney
111 S. 10th Street, 20th Floor
St. Louis, MO 63102

Telephone: 314.539.2200
Fax: 314.539.2309

Re: David G. Jeep v State of Missouri, Case # CR203-1336M
8th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals for Missouri as Appeal #08-1823
A repeated request for protection of Civil Rights via prosecution of the US Criminal Code

Dear Ms. Hanaway,
I contacted you on or about Friday, October 20, 2006 in regard to the above referenced issue. This issue has not and will not go away, as long as I have air to breath. Jay Nixon the current Democratic candidate for Governor in the state of Missouri is a party to if not the main criminal conspiracy to cover up the denial of my civil rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws.

Civil rights violations by the police and other public officials are not limited to racial discrimination and the excessive or illegal use of force. As the Supreme Court has said several times the prosecutors and the police can be guilty of violating a citizen’s by Deliberate Indifference to said Civil Rights. The supreme court has said additionally that this can be done by fraud, by withholding exculpable material and by being incompetent as a result of a failure to train, supervise and discipline.

In that it is your obligation to defend “We the People(s)” civil rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws per the United States Criminal Code Title 18 Part I, Chapter 19 § 371. Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States, Title 18 Part I, Chapter 47 § 1001. Fraud Statements or entries generally, Title 18, Part I, Chapter 13, § 241-248 Civil Rights and specifically in this case by Title 18 Chapter 79 § 1621 Perjury generally, § 1622 Subornation of perjury, and § 1623 False declarations before grand jury or court. And it is your responsibility to see that this issue is before the courts and available to my fellow citizens for their consideration as regards their vote for Jay Nixon as Governor.

As you know I have been consistently and unrelentingly for the past four years been attempting to get Jay Nixon to recognize the criminal denial of my civil rights. I feel it my duty as a citizen to make you and my fellow citizens aware of this man’s criminal past prior to his election. Mr. Nixon and others are claiming immunity. We do not live in a police state! We live in a free country where “We the People” have unalienable rights. Everyone even the police are equally subject to the law. Immunity is granted to public officials only when and if they are making a good faith effort to do their jobs fairly and professionally. Public Officials do not have the right to act with impunity without regard to the standards of their own profession and the standards for honesty as required by their oath of office and the oath all witnesses take as they testify in court.

I would ask you to investigate based on my fully briefed civil suit currently under consideration by the 8th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals for Missouri as Appeal# 08-1823 and then prosecute him and the other appellee per United States Criminal Code Title 18 Part I, Chapter 19 § 371. Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States, Title 18 Part I, Chapter 47 § 1001. Fraud Statements or entries generally, Title 18, Part I, Chapter 13, § 241-248 Civil Rights and specifically in this case by Title 18 Chapter 79 § 1621 Perjury generally, § 1622 Subornation of perjury, and § 1623 False declarations before grand jury or court for their criminal activity in this regard.

The evidence as referenced in October of 2006 as proven and described in my civil action as Appeal #08-1823 is irrefutable; they are guilty. You can investigate now and partially redeem your earlier incompetence or you can await the forthcoming public humiliation for your prior bad acts as the evidence makes it way through the courts and the truth be told. The Officers were incompetent to make the original arrest; it was a false arrest. The prosecutors maliciously prosecuted what they new to be an incompetent and false arrest. At the trial the prosecutors allowed the arresting officers to perjure themselves and thus suborned perjury. The Judges involved Judge Bennett, committed false imprisonment and openly denied me due process of law. Judge Colyer sanctioned it all with informed consent of the prior bad acts and his court order denying me a miss trial. Jay Nixon as the chief law enforcement officer, the Attorney General of the Sate of Missouri, refused to prosecute the Officers, the Prosecutors and the Judges for their criminal acts and their conspiracy of deliberate indifference to my Civil Rights. Jay Nixon’s refusal to prosecute after 4 years and 10-20 letters and who knows how many phone calls was and is malfeasance in office and the denial of his public obligation and duty as the chief prosecutor of the state of Missouri.

If I can be of assistance providing any of the above referenced briefs or supporting documents, please let me know via e-mail as referenced below.
Thank you in advance.



David G. Jeep

David **G. Jeep

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