I am the biggest criminal in this Courthouse, I will arrest you if you try to file criminal charges against me!

How to File state Criminal Charges against bad public servants

He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people and eat out their substance.

I am the biggest criminal in this Courthouse, I will arrest you if you try to file criminal charges against me!

"I am the biggest criminal in this Courthouse, I will arrest you if you try to file criminal charges against me!" Local judge

What is the problem?
Unfortunately, many of our "public servants" have decided that instead of doing the job they signed up for, they are our masters and we should become their servants.

No thank you!

The only way to make sure that our "public servants" stay in the position they agreed to, is to make sure that our "public servants" always follow our Laws.

Tyrants know what happens when we do not hold them to our Laws, and that is that tyranny rises as freedoms die. In fact tyrants are encouraged by the apathetic. Tyrants are encouraged by the tolerant in committing transgressions. That is exactly what we have seen in this country for far too long.

We have all seen the meter maid standing next to a parking meter waiting for the time to run out, maybe even preventing you from adding another coin. When she starts writing you a ticket and you complain, she will say technically you are in violation.

Well, we should feel the same way. When our "public servants" violate our Laws, we should write them a ticket. Since we aren't law enforcement and law enforcement will not charge their friends, we have to file criminal complaints.

What follows is the procedure to file criminal complaints against a "bad public servant" with the state grand jury where the district attorney / county attorney can not influence the state grand jury. The criminals do not want us to be able to do this. The criminals use other "public servants" namely law enforcement and the district attorney / county attorney to prevent We the People from holding our "public servants" accountable.

Honesty and integrity should be the core values of every "public servant".

Because of the trust placed in our "public servants", when a "public servant" abuses the public's trust, there must be severe consequences.

"Bad public servants" disgrace themselves and damage the public's trust.

In the 2019 Hong Kong protests you are able to see so many people who have been denied rights Americans take for granted or are under threat of losing even more of their rights desperately trying to gain or retain them, all while many Americans march in the streets to have those same rights taken away. Clearly, it is true that freedom is treasured the most when it is lost.

This may seem like a long process, and it has several places where it appears that we will be un-successful, but this is how we "setup" law enforcement and the district attorneys / county attorneys who try to prevent We the People from holding our "public servants" accountable.

If you follow the process you will end up charging law enforcement and the district attorneys / county attorneys for trying to prevent We the People from holding our "public servants" accountable at the state grand jury.

In March of 2018 Former Allentown Pennsylvania Mayor Ed Pawlowski was convicted on 47 charges and sentenced to 15 years. Judge Sanchez said he believed Pawlowski thought he was above the law and said he was disappointed by the defendant's statement to the court. Judge Sanchez said he sensed little remorse in Pawlowski, no apologies, no contrition and said the mayor and his co-defendants acted more like criminals than public servants as they engaged in pay-to-play politics.

"Ed Pawlowski's lengthy prison sentence today will hopefully send a clear message to current and future elected officials that corrupting an office of public trust for your own selfish political goals will not be tolerated, and if you are caught it has severe consequences," said former FBI Special Agent and lead case agent Scott Curtis.

Put the citizens first. Deputy U.S. Attorney Louis Lappen said. What happened to Ed Pawlowski ought to send that message clearly.

Never ask a "public servant" to do what you want them to do.

Always ask a "public servant" to do what they are required by Law to do.

You go to "public servants" merely to get them to refuse to do their duty.

The only rights you have are those you exercise.

When working this stair step process, it may be possible that you file criminal charges against someone that is truly innocent. Do not ever do this on purpose. An innocent person charged with a crime should rail with righteous indignation. I didn't do this! Well, if you didn't do this, who made it seem like you did?

The truly innocent person will have no problem identifying the actual criminal who was setting them up as the scapegoat.

Learn how to find your legal remedy.

"It is not the function of our government to keep the Citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the Citizen to keep the government from falling into error." American Communications Ass'n v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382, 442

Know up front that our bad public servants are not afraid of us and what we might do.

However, our bad public servants are afraid of their political opponents who might use what we might do against them.

If the rule of law doesn't apply to everybody, it doesn't apply to anybody.

It is our job to correct our recalcitrant public servants.

First Step
Find out the heirarchy of law enforcement in your county.

This will vary slightly by state, but is basically: local law enforcement, county sheriff, district attorney / county attorney, municipal judges and then county judges.

In the United States, a sheriff is an official in a county or independent city responsible for keeping the peace and enforcing the law. Of the 50 U.S. states, 48 have sheriffs. The two exceptions are Alaska, which does not have counties, and Connecticut, which has no county governments. The federal district and the 5 populated territories also do not have county governments.

The only way that you can get to the grand jury without the district attorney / county attorney leading and directing the grand jury is to charge the district attorney / county attorney.

Charging the district attorney / county attorney can be done directly, but it is much more fun if you walk up the ladder. This way many folk are pointing fingers at each other in order to save themselves.

They do this to us, so it is only fair that we turn the tables on them.

We the People have a duty to report crimes (18 USC 4) and there are corresponding state statutes in every state. The state goverment has a duty to investigate start crimes (28 USC 535) and there are corresponding state statutes in every state.

When a state official fails to preform a duty, he/she commits a crime.

The actual crime varies by state. Your job is to identify your states specific statutes.

Here are some specific words to look for in your state's statutes:
   Official oppression
   Misfeasance (the willful inappropriate action or intentional incorrect action or advice) in office
   Malfeasance (the willful and intentional action that injures a party) in office
   Nonfeasance (the failure to act where action is required, willfully or in neglect) in office
   Obstruction of justice
   Conspiracy to commit ______
   Prejury of oath of office

You will probably find other crimes not on this list.

***** If you are in a state like Alabama, which does not have a state Official oppression statute, you will have to follow the federal procedure for 18 USC 242.

Crimes Code by State
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California
Colorado Connecticut       Delaware Florida Georgia
Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa
Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland
Massachusetts       Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri
Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire       New Jersey
New Mexico New York North Carolina       North Dakota Ohio
Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina
South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont
Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

   
Specific Issues by State
Georgia Criminal process may be issued based on a request by a private citizen, though only after a warrant application hearing at which the potential accused has an opportunity to argue that charges should not be issued. Ga. Code. 17-4-40.
Idaho Idaho law appears to be similar to North Carolina's: [A] warrant for arrest may be issued upon a complaint filed upon information by a private citizen if the magistrate, after investigation, is satisfied that the offense has been committed. State v. Murphy, 584 P.2d 1236 (Idaho 1978). See also Idaho Stat. 19-501 et seq. (describing the procedure for seeking an arrest warrant with no limitation to law enforcement officers).
Maryland A private citizen may apply to a commissioner, similar to a North Carolina magistrate, who may issue a summons or, under limited circumstances, an arrest warrant. Md. Stat. § 2-607(c)(6) .
New Hampshire At least certain minor offenses may be initiated and prosecuted by private citizens. State v. Martineau, 808 A.2d 51 (2002).
North Carolina The arrest warrant statute, G.S. 15A-304, requires only that a magistrate be supplied with sufficient information, supported by oath or affirmation to find probable cause. The statute doesn't limit the source of that information to law enforcement officers.
Ohio A private citizen may file an affidavit charging the offense committed with a [judge, prosecutor, or magistrate] for the purpose of review to determine if a complaint should be filed by the prosecuting attorney. Ohio Code § 2935.09. Apparently, this process was enacted in 2006, replacing a process by which a private citizen could charge a crime directly, without review by any official, by submitting an affidavit charging the offense. State v. Mbodji, 951 N.E.2d 1025 (Ohio 2011).
Pennsylvania A private citizen may file a complaint with a Magisterial District Justice who forwards it to the prosecutor. If the prosecutor approves it, the complaint is transmitted to a judicial official for issuance of process. If the prosecutor disapproves the complaint, the citizen has the right (standing) to seek judicial review of that decision up to the United States Supreme Court. Penn. R. Crim. P. 506.
South Carolina A private citizen may initiate a criminal case by approaching a magistrate, though the magistrate may issue only a summons, not an arrest warrant, in response to a private citizen's complaint. S.C. Code § 22-5-110.
Virginia Private citizen complaints are permitted but must be made in writing. Va. Stat. § 19.2-72.

Sample Scenario - a clerk refuses to give you records that you requested.

Are you an attorney? No.

Are you a party? No.

Then you can't see the records.

Article 1, Section 11 of the Constitution for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth states: All courts shall be open.

Your state Constitution should have a similar section.

Denying you access to the court is a due process violation.

Take out your phone and call 911, Good morning this is John Doe and I am at the ___ County Clerk's office, please send me a law enforcement agent to arrest ___. 911 wants to know what your name is.

Always use present tense, since the violation is still going on.

If you tell them your name and where you are, you control the conversation and they have less questions to ask you. By the way, they already know who you are and where you are from your cell phone.

Now relax and wait for someone to arrive.

If they try to talk to you, tell them since you called 911 on them, it would be in-appropriate for you to continue to talk to them.

Stay calm at all times and do not raise your voice or become argumentative. If for any reason you feel threatened, simply say thank you and walk away. You can start again later where you left off.

This is important to understand. Once you call 911 to report a crime, you now become a crime victim. The typical law enforcement agent huff and puff and bullying tactics should never exist. They should act very helpful, even though they do not want to help you when you want a public servant arrested.

Once you call 911 to report a crime, you become a protected witness. If anyone says anything to you like:
   "You really should not be doing this!" or
   "You can get into trouble for doing this!" or
   "Judge bad public servant is really going to get you!",
say Please excuse me, take out your phone and call 911. Ask 911 to arrest whoever is threatening you for witness intimidation.

When the law enforcement agent arrives, How can I help you?

I need you to arrest the clerk.

Why would I arrest the clerk?

Because the clerk is a criminal!

What did the clerk do?

The clerk refused to show me the records I requested.

Are you an attorney? No.

Are you a party? No.

Then you can't see the records.

The Constitution for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth says: All courts shall be open.

Well, why do you want to see these records?

Why is irrelevant. What is relevant is that the clerk refused to provide the records. Arrest her!

Why don't you show him the records or here are the records.

Thank you, but I still need you to arrest the clerk.

The clerk purporting to act in an official capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported capacity violates Article 1, Section 11 of the Constitution for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth thereby denying me in the exercise or enjoyment of a right in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Well, I'm not going to arrest the clerk.

Watch Joe Cop start shifting his weight from his right foot to his left foot as he tries to think how he can convince you that the clerk breaking the Law is Ok merely because she is the clerk. This is called the chicken dance.

The clerk and Joe Cop both volunteered to become your public servants.

You are the master, they are the servants.

Thank you very much. May I have one of your business cards please.

If the law enforcement agent claims he does not have a business card, Write down his name.

Take out your phone and call 911, Good morning this is John Doe and I am at the ___ County Clerk's office, please send me a law enforcement agent to arrest Joe Cop (if you know his name) otherwise tell him 911 wants to know what your name is.

Joe Cop purporting to act in an official capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported shielded the clerk from prosecution which is an authority that Joe Cop does not have and thereby denying me in the exercise or enjoyment of a right in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Always use present tense, since the violation is still going on.

If you tell them your name and where you are, you control the conversation and they have less questions to ask you. By the way, they already know who you are and where you are from your cell phone.

Well we already have a police officer there now.

Yes, and this is the person who needs to be arrested for shielding the clerk from prosecution in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Stay calm at all times and do not raise your voice or become argumentative. If for any reason you feel threatened, simply say thank you and walk away. You can start again later where you left off.

If you really want to get them worked up, Additionally he is acting very agitated and he is armed and I do not know if he is going to shoot me or wet his pants. Can you please get someone down here quickly to calm him down and disarm him.

Now watch Joe Cop turn red and start his chicken dance.

Now relax and wait for someone to arrive.

The more you relax the more Joe Cop will become nervous.

If they try to talk to you, tell them since you called 911 on them, it would be in-appropriate for you to continue to talk to them.

The next person who shows up will probably claim to have some sort of military rank (Sergeant, Lieutenant, Major, Captain, Commander, etc.).

For this example we will use Sergeant.

Remember in the Rambo movie where the Colonel and the Sheriff are having a drink? The Colonel says What do you care, you are a civilian!

Remember both the law enforcement agent and you are civilians.

However, you are the master and they are your servants!

What's the problem here!

I need you to arrest this law enforcement agent for shielding the clerk from prosecution in voilation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Why would I arrest a cop?

Because he is a criminal!

What did the cop do?

The clerk refused to show me the records I requested and this law enforcement agent is shielding the clerk from prosecution in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Are you an attorney? No.

Are you a party? No.

Then you can't see the records.

The Constitution for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth says: All courts shall be open. Your state Constitution should have similar wording.

Well, why do you want to see these records?

Why is irrelevant. What is relevant is that the clerk refuses to provide the records and this law enforcement agent is shielding the clerk from prosecution. Arrest him!

Why don't you show him the records or here are the records.

Thank you, but I still need you to arrest the law enforcement agent.

The law enforcement agent purporting to act in an official capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported capacity allowed the clerk to violate Article 1, Section 11 of the Constitution for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth thereby denying me in the exercise or enjoyment of a right in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 5301.

Well, I'm not going to arrest the law enforcement agent.

Watch the Sergeant start shifting his weight from his right foot to his left foot as the Sergeant tries to think how he can convince you that the law enforcement agent breaking the Law is Ok merely because he is a law enforcement agent. This is called the chicken dance.

To steal a line from a little old lady on Hawaii 5 0, Are you a police officer that enforces the Law by breaking it?

The Sergeant, the clerk and Joe Cop all volunteered to become your public servants.

You are the master, they are the servants.

Thank you very much. May I have one of your business cards please.

If the Sergeant claims he does not have a business card, Write down his name.

Say thank you and leave.

This will confuse them.

They may come after you and tell you to come back to see the records you requested.

No thank you. Maybe some other time.

As soon as you can, sit down and write notes of everything that happened. I arrived at the clerk's office at 9:30 AM on January 2, 2018. I asked the clerk for records. The clerk asked whether I was an attorney or party and refused to give me the records claiming the records were private. I called 911 to have the clerk arrested. Joe Cop showed up and refused to arrest the clerk. I called 911 to have Joe Cop arrested. Sergeant showed up and refused to arrest Joe Cop. As I was leaving they offered the records to me.

Put your notes in a safe place or e-mail a copy to yourself.

You just witnessed one or more crimes by your public servants. You did your duty and reported those crimes.

Now you need to decide whether you need a break or not. You can proceed to the next step right now, have lunch or sleep on it.

This is for your knowledge and will be used in the future. The United States Supreme Court had determined that a public servant can not commit a crime. Printz v. United States, 521 U.S. 898 (1997)

A public servant must step outside of his office in order to commit a crime.

Now go to the police station. Ask to speak to the police chief. If he is unavailable make an appointment.

You are the master and they are the servant. You only talk to the chief.

Ask the police chief to arrest "Sergeant's name" for shielding the law enforcement agent from prosecution.

The police chief will say I'm not going to arrest the Sarge!

Next Step - Paperwork

This procedure is similar in 49 states (Pennsylvania excluded). For this example, we will be using Texas.

Write two different criminal complaints against the police chief for shielding his sergent from prosecution (Texas Penal Code Section 39.03, Official Oppression) and (Texas Penal Code Section 37.02, Perjury of Oath of Office as a police officer). Make thirteen copies, put them each in an envelope and label them: file copy then grand jury foreman and grand juror #2 - 12.

Write a cover letter to the grand jury foreman and place two copies in the envelope with a stamped self addressed envelope. The cover letter asks the grand jury foreman to initial this cover letter and return it to you as there have been problems with prosecutors secreting criminal complaints against public officials from the grand jury and you need to make sure that the grand jury foreman actually received your criminal complaint.

Ask the grand jury foreman, Please do not sign this cover letter as the prosecutor has a rubber stamp of your signature and we want to make sure that the prosecutor does not use his a rubber stamp of your signature.

This cover letter will probably raise an eyebrow with the grand jury foreman if he actually sees it. I.e. what are they trying to sneak by me so they can act like I actually did it?

You will almost certainly not get your initialed cover letter back.

Not getting your initialed cover letter back gives you reasonable probable cause to believe that the grand jury foreman never received your criminal complaints as required by Article 2.03 of the of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure .

When a prosecuting attorney is made known of in any manner that a public official has violated a Law related to his office, he shall reduce the complaint to an information and submit it to a grand jury.

The prosecuting attorney has a duty to give the criminal complaint to a grand jury, he has no discretion.

So you send it to the grand jury, by way of the district attorney's address, because that is the only address you are given for a grand jury in Texas.

The clerk in the mail room will take your criminal complaints addressed to the foreman of the grand jury, sign for it and direct them to the district attorney.

The district attorney will open your mail containing criminal complaints addressed to the foreman of the grand jury, open it, read it and throw it in the trash.

You won't get your initialed cover letter back.

Not getting your initialed cover letter back, gives you reason to believe that the district attorney threw your criminal complaints in the trash.

Now you create a criminal complaint against the district attorney for felony shielding from prosecution and mail that to the grand jury.

The district attorney will almost certainly throw your criminal complaint against the district attorney in the trash.

This raises the stakes dramatically.

You are accusing the prosecuting attorney of secreting criminal complaint against a public official from the grand jury in clear violation of the clear intent of black letter Law.

And when the district attorney secrets criminal complaint against a public official from the grand jury in clear violation of the clear intent of black letter Law you accuse the prosecuting attorney of secreting criminal complaint against himself from the grand jury.

The prosecuting attorney secreting criminal complaint against himself from the grand jury gets ugly.

The prosecuting attorney secreting criminal complaint against himself from the grand jury definitely goes to obstruction of justice.

The prosecuting attorney will throw this criminal complaint in the trash.

Then you take criminal complaints against the prosecuting attorney and whoever the original public official was and file it with the district judge.

Personally take or mail your criminal to the district judge a verified criminal affidavit. Then the district judge has a duty to hold an examining trial and after the district judge has made a determination the district judge must issue an order under Article 16.17 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and under Article 17.30 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure the district judge is required to seal all documents from the examining trial and cause his name to be written across the seal of the envelope and forward it to the clerk of the court of jurisdiction.

Article 17.31 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure says the clerk shall keep all of these papers safe and deliver them up to the next grand jury.

Now that Law is in there the way it is because of a Constitutional provision Article 1 Section 10 of the Texas Constitution requires that all criminal accusations go before a grand jury.

But, the legislature and the courts have decided that's too much trouble and they are not going to bother to follow the Constitution.

If you want to take that issue on, you can, but there is a better one.

There is no grand jury venue.

Judges think that they can pretty much do anything they want on the bench and we can't do anything about it and they are protected.

After all, you can't sue them, even if they act wrongfully and maliciously.

The courts have said that you can't sue the judges. Of course, you can file criminal charges against them and when you do, the public officials in a position to act on your complaints will refuse to do so.

Heck, they don't want the judge mad at them!

So what they need to find out is it is much worse to have the Citizen mad at them, than the judge.

Because if they try to protect the judge, then the we file against the ones trying to protect the judge.

When you try to get your documents to the grand jury, and they secret them from the grand jury, if you are in a county and the prosecutor is secreting your criminal charges from the from the grand jury. What do you do?

Well, you go to another grand jury.

Here is the deal, a grand jury is convened in every county in the State of Texas.

Texas does not have a separate district justice for every county. Texas has districts. Sometimes Texas has more than one district in a single county (Dallas, Harris, Travis, Tarrant and Bexar County - where we have big towns, a lot of people we have more than one district judge). Generally a district judge will have jurisdiction limited to a part of a county.

Wise County is not a very big county, so they don't need an exclusive district judge, so the district court for Wise County is also the district court for Jack and Montague county. One district judge for three counties.

A grand jury is empanelled in every county, and while the judge that empanels the grand jury has a venue restriction.

The district judge is a state judge and essentially has statewide jurisdiction. Texas used to have circuit judges (the judge would ride from one county to another) and essentially Texas still does because the district judge in Wise County also handles Jack and Montague.

While the district judge in Wise County doesn't ride to Jack and Montague anymore, the prosecutor does.

The prosecutor goes to these counties and empanels grand juries he does other kinds of hearings and when they bring a person into court he does only have one district court and it is in Wise County.

While out in west Texas, they are even more disbursed.

While the judge has a venue, that venue is not necessarily restricted to where he sits in office.

The judge empanels a grand jury for each county, but there is nothing in the Law that restricts a grand jury the way a district judge is restricted to a venue.

We have district judges in Tarrant and they can only hear issues that occur in Tarrant County. Now they are a state wide judge, but their venue has been restricted and this is so we don't have judges stepping on each others jurisdictional toes.

While that is the case for district judges, it is nothing like the case for grand juries.

Grand juries are state grand juries and are not county grand juries. State grand juries are not empanelled by the county judge, they are empanelled by the district judge, a state wide official.

The grand jury is a state wide grand jury and this is upheld or supported under Attorney General Opinion and it is a question about whether or not a justice of the peace can hear a complaint concerning a violation that occurred outside of the justice of the peace's venue.

While the justice of the peace had a judicial venue, as a magistrate, the justice of the peace has no venue.

That is what the ruling said, that a justice of the peace when sitting as a magistrate can hear any complaint, felony or misdemeanor, state or federal from anywhere in Texas.

This is an issue where a justice of the peace was physically in a different county, was called there by a coroner because the local justice of the peace was not available.

The justice of the peace had complaints presented to him outside of the county where the justice of the peace was elected.

The question was can the justice of the peace hear those?

The resounding answer was yes.

The justice of the peace can hear any complaint, felony or misdemeanor anywhere in Texas.

The grand jury unlike the justice of the peace who is elected within a county within a venue within Texas and they are a local official.

Grand juries are state grand juries while each county has one, there is nothing in Law that limits their jurisdiction.

You can take your criminal complaint to any grand jury in Texas.

A person filed criminal charges against the district attorney in Dallas County in Tarrant County. The foreman of the Tarrant County grand jury found that the grand jury found no Tarrant County offences subject to indictment.

So he made criminal charges against the foreman of the Tarrant County grand jury and filed them with the Wise County grand jury,

The Wise County district attorney addressed the issue of grand juries being able to address issues from other Counties and agreed that grand juries can hear any issue in Texas.

File criminal complaints at every opportunity.

They have no problems filing them against you, so turnabout is fair play.

They want to put your liberty at risk, you put their career at risk.

Give them reason to follow the Law.

The district attorney is forbidden from making a determination. ( Article 2.03 of the of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure) He touched your tar baby.

Take that to the district judge and get the district judge to refuse to act.

Now you have engaged the district judge.

When the district judge refuses to act, then you take them all to the grand jury.

When they secret it from the grand jury in this county, you file in another county (Travis county, etc.). Travis county has experience with getting beat up this way and will probably actually give it to the grand jury. Travis county has three grand juries, send one to all of them. Just turn the heat up.

This puts public officials careers at risk. They are not afraid of us.

They are afraid of their political enemy's who can use your criminal complaint against them with the grand jury to end their political career!

That scares them.

When you start going after high level officials who had nothing to do with this other than protecting their buddies at the bottom with bad behavior, they are not going to be happy campers.

Create yourself a little politics.

The real power is not in the Law. The real power is in the politics!

Stay after these "bad public servants". Load the political pressure on them.

"Bad public servants" having criminal complaints filed against themselves is like playing russian roulette with their careers.

Imagine a political enemy presenting your criminal complaint to a grand jury,

just to get a political opponet out of the way or to take his/her office.

When you file a criminal complaint, you become a member of a protected class,

It stains them and at any time in the future, if you can craft an argument that their actions in a way appear to be improper, you can sting them with it.

Now you are protected just like a judge is.

When you file criminal charges, you are the victim.

The courts and police want and need the public to participate in the fight against crime by reporting crime.

So when you report crime you are necessarily protected, otherwise nobody would report crime.

If anybody does or says anything that you can construe or perceive as a complaint, you file criminally against them for witness intimidation and retaliation.

Then they start getting the notion that you are setting them up.

Well, as a matter of fact, you are.

I am giving you the opportunity to commit crimes in my presence so I can file criminal charges against you.

The Texas Ranger’s Public Integrity Unit is responsible for investigating crimes committed by state officers and state employees.

In 2015, the 84th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 1690, which created a Public Integrity Unit within the Texas Ranger Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety to investigate offenses against public administration.

To discuss public integrity or corruption allegations with a Texas Ranger near you, contact your local Texas Ranger’s Office.

To submit a complaint:

If someone tells you "Mr. So an So - you have to be very careful, you could get into a lot of trouble."

Go ahead, please tell me that.

Take out your phone and call 911.

Ask 911 to send a police officer to arrest the person talking to you for Felony witness intimidation and retaliation for threatening me.

Also accuse the highest ranking person who you filed a criminal complaint against with sending this person to harass you.

Oh I didn't mean that as a threat, it only matters that I took it as a threat.

Now they have to explain why they were threatening you.

When a peace officer is made known that a crime has been committed he shall present the complaint to some magistrate. (Article 2.13 of the of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure)

When a prosecuting attorney is made known that a crime has been committed he shall present the complaint to some magistrate.

Everything in Law directs a complaint to a magistrate and nothing in Law directs a complaint to a prosecuting attorney.

A prosecuting attorney can act on a criminal complaint, but nothing in Law directs a complaint to a prosecuting attorney.

A police officer must submit your complaint to a magistrate.

I don't think a crime has been committed.

I don't care what you think!



Your complaint must be in writing and must be in the form of an affidavit (notarized) and must specifically charge a state crime. There should be only one Law violated in each complaint. If they have violated three state Laws, make three different complaints. Sample PDF criminal complaint     Sample Word criminal complaint     Sample Word Perfect criminal complaint

Besides including only facts you are 100% sure of is the concept on using "No adjectives, prepositions or pronouns."

Always make each state definative. Say "Judge G. R. OUCH in open court on January 2, 2019 stated ___" instead of "He said ___."

Also send copy of your criminal complaint against the "bad public servant" with a cover letter to your US Congressman and both Senators and your State Senator and Representative. Sample PDF cover letter     Sample Word cover letter     Sample Word Perfect cover letter

You may also want to send your criminal complaint against the "bad public servant" to local and national media outlets.

If your "bad public servant" is an elected official, you may consider sending a copy to his/her opposing political party. In the next election, the "bad public servant's" opposing political party will wave your criminal complaint in the "bad public servant's" face and say "What about this?" The "bad public servant's" own political party will know this and possibly tell your "bad public servant" that it is time to let someone else have a chance at the office.

I am under oath and I remember key details

Use the FBI's own comments from the Kavanaugh hearings. You are under oath and you remember key details.

If your complaint is in the form of an affidavit, it must be notarized. Congress recognoized that getting documents notarized requires an expense and travel to the notary. To make this easier for We the People, Congress allows us to sign documents "under the penalties of perjury" without the expense of a notary or the expense of travel to the notary. 28 U.S. Code § 1746 - Unsworn declarations under penalty of per­jury

Your complaint must use the exact words of the statute violated and contain all of the required elements.

Everyone has seen the reverse done by Peter Strzok who was in charge of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server for government business. Peter Strzok helped FBI Director James Comey draft the statement exonerating Hillary Clinton and was personally responsible for changing specific wording within that statement that reduced Hillary Clinton's legal liability. Specifically, Peter Strzok changed the words "grossly negligent" which would be a criminal offense to "extremely careless" which was not.

Do not let your "bad public servant" off the hook by improperly charging your "bad public servant".

Your complaint must end with:
Complainant has reason to believe and does believe that because (list things done wrong) that name of "bad public servant" violated 18 Your State ___.

Title 18 of the United States Code is the federal crimes book. Your local county courthouse should have a law library and you can page through these books and identify each specific Law that you believe was violated. The books are either blue or red.

The crimes book in your state may have a different number. Most states mirror the federal title numbers and the rules of civil procedure.

Affidavit's are serious. You are signing under the penalties of perjury. Take this seriously.

Affidavit's should only contain facts. No opinions! No speculation!

If you can't state enough truthful facts to justify the criminal complaint, pick another issue.

As a follower of Jesus, I do not "swear" (Matthew 5:34-37) , I "affirm". At the top affidavits contain either "as" (affirmed and subscribed) or "ss" (sworn and subscribed). Subscribed means it is written.

Affidavits must be notarized. This has a cost and you can use declarations that have the same effect without the cost of travel to the notary and the notary cost.

If this is a guardianship or probate issue, also send a copy of your complaint and a cover letter to Antoinette T. Bacon and the Assistant United States Attorney's identified under the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act.

If your "bad public servant" is a judge:
Let state authorities know, file judicial conduct complaints and send a copy to your state representative and state senator to make sure that they are aware of problems you are having with this judge.

Make this so politically hot that this "bad public servant" will never be appointed to any other position in the state.

Send your complaint addressed to the Special Agent in Charge by certified mail or registered mail with a green card.

For a few extra FeRN's you can insure it for say $200. Then if it does not get delivered, file an insurance claim with the Post Office.

My postmaster tells me that to be able to buy insurance, we need to send the documents via registered mail and even though we insure it, the Post Office may not pay up when we file an insurance claim.

How we overcome this is to first send a complaint to the Postal Inspectors and get them to soften up whoever received the mail in the name of the grand jury foreman, but failed to deliver the mail.

If you do not know how to send certified mail or registered mail, please click on the images below or go to the post office and ask the clerk how. Registered mail costs more.

Certified Mail slip Registered Mail

Green cards are post cards that the recipient signs and mails back to you which gives you proof that the mail was deliverd and when.

Green cards

If you want to have some fun with these folk (and save a few shekels) you can use PS Form 3817. Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the mail is assumed to be perfect. This allows you to send mail without it being certified or registered that you can prove they received it without them knowing it. This is a standard liar (attorney) trick.     Certificate of mailing

All of these forms are available at your local post office. You can take them home and fill them out at your leisure.

You can use the Internet to track certified mail or registered mail. Sample PDF criminal complaint     Sample Word criminal complaint     Sample Word Perfect criminal complaint

Send your criminal complaint against the United States Attorney to the grand jury foreman, accusing the United States Attorney of violating 18 USC 242 by denying you full and free access to a Right to the foreman of the grand jury at the District Attorney's address via registered mail restricted delivery with a cover letter asking the foreman to please initial your cover letter and return it back to you with the Self Addressed Stampred Envelope (SASE) that is enclosed.

Please tell the grand jury foreman do not sign the cover letter because the District Attorney has a rubber stamp with the foreman of the grand jury's signature and the District Attorney tends to shield public officials from prosecution and you are concerned that the District Attorney will try to hide this criminal complaint from the grand jury foreman, so please initial it, please do not sign it because I don't want the District Attorney to rubber stamp your name on it. There have previously been problems with District Attorney's refusing to prosecute public officials and we are concerned that the District Attorney will us his rubber stamp to rubber stamp your name on this cover letter.

Make thirteen identical packages of your criminal complaint against the District Attorney. Label the first 11, Grand Juror #'s 2 through 12 at the District Attorney's address via first class mail. Address the 12th package as "file Copy" and Address the 13th package to the grand jury foreman at the District Attorney's address via registered mail restricted delivery with a green card.

In your sealed package to the grand jury foreman, include an extra copy of your cover letter and a SASE.

In your sealed package to the grand jury foreman, use clear packing tape and make at least one full wrap around the envelope in each direction. This makes sure that the envelope can not be opened without cutting and tearing the envelope.

The cover letter to the grand jury foreman should state that there has been some problems communicating with grand jury foremen and that the federal prosecutor (United States Attorney) most likely has a rubber stamp of the grand jury foreman's signature that the United States Attorney may use without the grand jury foreman's knowledge. Because of prior problems, you request that the grand jury foremen initial (not sign) your cover letter and send a copy to you with the SASE.

In your cover letter, ask the grand jury foremen if the package the grand jury foremen received was sealed? When you do not get the letter back, assume that the federal prostitutor intercepted your criminal complaint against the United States Attorney, cover letter and SASE.

Then file bar grievances against the District Attorney - one for each issue (so you get lots). Space them out so they do not get combined. Some links are old. Search for current links.

Read the American Bar Association model rules for the prosecutorial function - use it against them.

The District Attorney will not give your package to the foreman of the grand jury.

The District Attorney will open your package addressed to the foreman of the grand jury and the District Attorney will find a criminal complaint against himself. The United States Attorney has just opened mail addressed to someone other than himself and it contains a criminal complaint against himself. The United States Attorney is going to say that dirty rascal set me up. Well, yes you did.

When the District Attorney intercepts your criminal complaint against the District Attorney, file criminal charges against the DistrictAttorney with the state grand jury for state crimes for official oppression, obstruction of justice, witness intimidation and perjury of oath of office as a prostitutor and attorney.

Everything is politics.

The District Attorney will claim that he controls access to the grand jury.

You are going to challenge that by presenting the District Attorney to the grand jury.

Will the District Attorney believe that the District Attorney can secret a criminal complaint against himself from the grand jury? How is that Bubba? Good luck with that when everyone finds out.

Now the District Attorney has just opened mail that was not addressed to the District Attorney and it comtains criminal charges against the District Attorney. What does the District Attorney do now?

Does the United States Attorney hand mail addressed to the grand jury foreman that is already opened or does the United States Attorney throw your criminal complaints sent registered mail restricetd delivery with a green card in the trash?

When the District Attorney intercepts your criminal complaint against the District Attorney and secrets them from the intended recipient, file "tampering with the mail" charges against the District Attorney with the Postal Inspector.

Even if the grand jury "no bills" the United States Attorney, you will make political trouble along the way and highlight all of these bad behaviors.

Then you can take a Racketeering and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) criminal suit to the feds and say here is all of my proof or file a federal civil and/or criminal RICO suit yourself.

A federal judge once opined that filing a federal RICO suit is like dropping an atomic bomb.

A federal civil RICO suit allows you to elicit testimony in a civil court that can then be used in a federal criminal RICO suit.

This is an ongoing criminal conspiracy that starts at the very bottom (county) and like crud, rises to the top.

The only reason why a state judge would pull these kind of shenanigans (violating God given Liberties and Constitutionally protected Rights and due process of Law) is if the state judge knows that those officials in a position to punish the state judge for the state judge's bad behavior are a part of the criminal conspiracy not to punish the state judge for the state judge's bad behavior.

Once you have done this
Criminal investigations are private and others besides you and the investigators should not even know about it.

You become a protected witness. If anyone says anything to you like:
   "You really should not be doing this!" or
   "You can get into trouble for doing this!" or
   "Judge bad public servant is really going to get you!",
take out your phone and call 911. Ask 911 to arrest whoever is threatening you for witness intimidation.

Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. John 15:20

You are the master and they volunteered to be your servants. They need to behave as your servant.

This is about involving as many folk as we can in the cover-up and putting political pressure on everyone back and forth as we can.

The protection guaranteed by the Amendments is much broader in scope. The makers of our Constitution undertook to secure conditions favorable to the pursuit of happiness. They recognized the significance of man's spiritual nature, of his feelings and of his intellect. They knew that only a part of the pain, pleasure and satisfactions of life are to be found in material things. They sought to protect Americans in their beliefs, their thoughts, their emotions and their sensations. They conferred, as against the Government, the right to be let alone - the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men. To protect that right, every unjustifiable intrusion by the Government upon the privacy of the individual, whatever the means employed, must be deemed a violation of the Fourth Amendment. And the use, as evidence 479#####479 in a criminal proceeding, of facts ascertained by such intrusion must be deemed a violation of the Fifth. Olmstead v. United States, (277 U.S. 438, 478-9) - Supreme Court 1928 Justice Brandeis dissenting.

Justice Brandeis in Olmstead v. United States (277 U.S. 438, 485) defined the principal role of government: "In a government of laws, the existence of the government will be imperiled if it fails to observe the law scrupulously. Our government is the potent, the omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill, it teaches the whole people by its example. Crime is contagious. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy."

After returning home from WWII, soldiers took care of the local "bad public servants"
The Battle of Athens
was an armed rebellion led by WWII veterans and citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, United States, against the tyrannical local government in August 1946.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

"Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest." Joshua 1:9

"Unto me, who am less than the least of all saints, is this grace given, that I should preach among the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ; And to make all men see what is the fellowship of the mystery, which from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God, who created all things by Jesus Christ: To the intent that now unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God, According to the eternal purpose which he purposed in Christ Jesus our Lord: In whom we have boldness and access with confidence by the faith of him." Ephesians 3:8-12

"Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?" Psalms 94:16

Don't get upset or frustrated. Just take your time and work the plan. Let's take our country back!