Thursday, February 6, 2014

Mitt Romney, Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs and the RICO Gang involved in Racketeering over the eToys, Petters Bankruptcy Case. "Haas v Romney"

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110 days into my lawsuit against Romney & his RICO gang.

On October 18, 2013, yours truly sued Mitt Romney, Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs and cohorts (such as Paul Traub) for Racketeering - in Los Angeles Division of Federal District Court. There are several stories out there and a cheap video. Please see (here) - (here) - (here) - and video link (here). 

A new case order was issued and then several events happened. We had a victory of one reporter who was punished to the tune of $2 million, for reporting crimes; and failing to handle the issue correctly. Crystal Cox won a reversal (that a Blogger is entitled to "Freedom of the Press" protection). Then, in another case we were working on (brutal - Fullerton Police Beating -) of homeless man Kelly Thomas; the jury ruled that 6 cops, tazing a 150lb guy (NOT on drugs) until the battery ran out and then turning the tazer over and beating him brain dead; was not unnessary use of force. 

So, I've been somewhat despondent for a few weeks. 

Getting back to Romney the Racketeer, most people misunderstand RICO and think that ONLY the Department of Justice can prosecute bad guys under the RICO Act of 1970. Actually it's the other way around. The DOJ is forbidden by law to prosecute Civil RICO under a specific provision of Racketeering as per 18 U.S.C. $ 1964(c). Whereas, the law is - you and I, Mr. & Mrs. Ordinary Gals/Guys, are the one's who can prosecute organized criminals under RICO section 1964(c). (See Wikipedia - here). Specifically, if your state and/or federal government are "bought off" and/or "willfully blind" to systematic organized crimes; then you and I may become "Private Attorney Generals". 

That's what I am in this "Haas v Romney" case - a "Private Attorney General". "

Source

A Few More Research Links in the Petters, Traub, Romney Case







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