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Congressional Staff Member Made False Report to Capitol Police About Me, A Constituent!

Saturday, September 25, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

NRA HQ, Friends of NRA, NRA State Assns., and
Other Second Amendment Groups & Individuals ALERTED!
National Media ALERTED!
Washington, DC Media ALERTED!
Arkansas Media Statewide ALERTED!
(To protect myself from false arrest and malicious prosecution.)

FORWARDED TO THE HOUSE ETHICS COMMITTEE

MY COMPLAINT AGAINST ERIKA CHUDY
Chief of Staff for Rep. Marion Berry (D-AR)
FOR FALSE POLICE REPORT TO THE CAPITOL POLICE
AND
MY COMPLAINT AGAINST ERIKA CHUDY
FOR VIOLATING RULE 23, CLAUSE 1 OF THE HOUSE ETHICS RULES
FOR MAKING A FALSE POLICE REPORT AND
LYING TO A CONSTITUENT
ABOUT THE DUTIES OF STAFF MEMBERS
(U.S. Rep. Marion Berry (D-Ar))
Erika Chudy,

In this rebuttal I take issue with three sentences from your email which exposes your misperception of me as a constituent, as a pro se civil plaintiff advocating the merits of his case, as a citizen, and as a merchant seaman exercising my First Amendment right to speak freely and respectful to my right to petition the Government for redress of grievances which includes the right to express when wrongful Government activities reaches a state of “outrage” and to address the “outrage” to the staff of a member of Congress.

You wrote three consecutive sentences to which I must refute your presumptions using simple logic (not emotional reactions as you have apparently done).

(1) “Furthermore, I understand from your last email that you intend to arrive at the DC Congressional office to express your “outrage”.

It is clear that you perceived the word “outrage” in my email to you as a convenient escape route from being called to perform a duty owed to a constituent/merchant seamn affecting many things related to national security and constitutional rights of duties of a U.S. merchant seaman/U.S. citizen. Meriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary defines “outrage” as:
1 : an act of violence : a brutal attack
2 : an injury or insult to a person or thing : an act or condition that violates accepted standards of behavior or taste
3 : a feeling of anger and resentment aroused by something regarded as an injustice or insult
By the tone of your email it is clear (but without justification) that you interpreted my usage of the word “outrage” by the first definition or maybe the second definition, or maybe both the first and the second definitions depending on your imaginative state of mind. But in reality, I have endured 8 years of judicial injustice and insults to my right to due process as a pro se civil plaintiff under the Seventh Amendment right to a civil jury trial. I have exhausted administrative remedies through federal agencies like the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service even after I presented “probable cause” evidence of criminal violates of various federal laws. But because I was seeking remedies for violations of federal laws and of my common law rights, statutory rights and constitutional rights all committed either by federal judges, their staff, or federal law enforcement officers, my complaints for remedies have been ignored. Logic dictates the question of who is right or wrong in their actions. Am I wrong to pursue a remedy for violations of federal laws and constitutional rights committed by federal judges? Or are federal judges above the law? Do 8 years of judicial injustices warrant the expression of “outrage”? Or am I just flying off the handle as you may think I am judging from your email? Can a constituent express an “outrage” over Government wrongdoing? Or is any expression of “outrage” to be perceived as a threat by default? If that is the case then the First Amendment right to speak freely has been reduced to speek by permission only. And by who’s permission? Congressional staff members?

(2) I have contacted the Capitol Police as they deem this action as a threat and subsequently will take action if necessary.

Now we approach the legality of using the word “outrage.” More questions! Can the word “outrage” using definition “3” above be used in an email to a congressional staff member when the word “outrage” is used in a manner devoid of any criminal intent (definitions “1” and “2”)? Apparently you think the answer is NO judging by who quick you called/emailed the Capitol Police. Now if you want to bring to bear the “threat of federal law enforcement” down upon my shoulders then I must ask if you complaint has greater importance under the Rule of Law than my complaint. I think the situation you agitated by your unjustified fear of the word “outrage” and in the lawful and grammatical usage of that word in the sentences in which it was used brings into question what you think the role of a Republican Form of Government actually is, refering to Article IV, Section 4 in relation to the phrase “We, the People” in the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States. LOOK! I have done 10 years of research on the Constitution of the United States, federal laws, and every subject under the sun and it is my opinion that those in Government have an upside down view on the role of Government in a Republican Form of Government such as ours. There is ample evidence in all three branches of the U.S. Government that anything can be done regardless of the limits of the Constitution or the views and opinions of “We, the People.” Isn’t an “abuse of process” (i.e., Patriot Act, Health Care Reform, etc.) a reasonable cause to express “outrage” without attaching “criminal intent” has you have done with me?

FOR THE CAPITOL POLICE: It is my complaint against Erika Chudy that she made a false police report to the Capitol Police (DC Code § 5-117.05 False or Fictitious Reports to Metropolitan Police or 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) False Statements Generally). The Capitol Police has exclusive jurisdiction within the United States Capitol Grounds and has concurrent jurisdiction with other law enforcement agencies, including the United States Park Police and the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, in an area of approximately 200 blocks around the complex. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Capitol_Police). So, both the DC Code and the U.S. Code for false statements are applicable to your False Complaint to the Capitol Police. Now I expect the Capitol Police to process your Complaint and my Complaint in accordance with 42 U.S.C. § 1981(a) Equal Rights under the Law (Statement of Equal Rights) (All persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white citizens, and shall be subject to like punishment, pains, penalties, taxes, licenses, and exactions of every kind, and to no other.) CAPITOL POLICE CANNOT TAKE ANY ACTION AGAINST ME WITHOUT TAKING THE SAME ACTION AGAINST YOU, ERIKA CHUDY. BUT IF THE EVIDENCE I PRESENTED IS TAKEN AS TRUE AND CORRECT AND EXONERATES ME FROM YOUR COMPLAINT THEN THE CAPITOL POLICE IS LEFT WITH MY COMPLAINT AGAINST YOU FOR MAKING A FALSE POLICE REPORT.

(3) Please do not continue to send the barrage of emails to any of the rest of my staff as they have no role in this matter.”

Again, you make a “False Statement.” I selected certain members of your staff precisely because they do have a role in the matter to which I bring to U.S. Rep. Marion Berry as a member on the House Subcommittee on Homeland Security. Now I understand the bureaucratic nature of your job may force you to dismiss complaints, suggestions, requests that fall outside your familiarity of your daily activities or you just don’t want to deal with them and you my even find it necessary to tell little white lies to maintain your proficiency in your job. But please don’t let that occupational trait lead you down the path to the House Ethics Committee on a violation of House Ethics Manual (page 12) on the Code of Official Conduct (Rule 23, clause 1) (A Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, officer, or employee of the House shall conduct himself at all times in a manner that shall reflect creditably on the House.) Lying to a constituent, lying to a pro se civil plaintiff seeking legislative remedy for corruption in the federal courts, lying to a U.S. merchant seaman seeking legislative remedy for piracy on the high seas does not reflect credibility on the U.S. House of Representatives. Hell, the entire Congress has lost nearly all credibility with the American people as evidenced by the polls.
Jennifer Burleson, Regional Office Manager/Caseworker
Will Jennings, Communications Director
Jeff Adkins, Legislative Director
Tim Bass, Legislative Assistant
Cynthia Blankenship, Legislative Assistant
David Murimi, Legislative Assistant/Correspondent
Each of the staff members I selected above have a legislative role in the legislative remedies I seek. If you really do take your job seriously as you claim then you will invite me to submit proposed legislation for review by your staff. Do you dare venture such a proposal? I can email you a rough legislative proposal right now that the Coast Guard rejected because I proposed the resurrection of certain clause in the Constitution long dormant and ignored. But to seriously consider my proposal takes a legislative staff with a strong sense of loyalty to their Oath of Office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States.
Are you ready to CLEAR MY NAME WITH THE CAPITOL POLICE?

Are you ready to discuss a remedies that I propose as a constituent deservice respect and dignity as a U.S. citizen under the Fourteenth Amendment and the corresponding right to due process in the legislative venue?

I will add this email to my blog since your complaint to the Capitol Police became public record. I do not take kindly to anyone making false police reports (no one does). I am exercising my First Amendment right to public refute your complaint in a lawful manner unless our country has degraded to such a totalitarian, despotic state of affairs the criticizing the Government has become a crime.

SIGNED: Don Hamrick
(Victim of Government Bullying into Submission to Remain Silent – Not a Chance in Hell!)
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