"Where shall we seek justice when the injustice of power is our destruction?" Euripides
UNDER CONTINUOUS CONSTRUCTION (last update July 15, 1999)
We oppose unconstitutional laws.We oppose human rights violations
and oppression through the misapplication and abuses of laws
intented for other purposes. We oppose the criminalization of
political targets through the fabrication of "crimes"
and "evidence". We oppose the undermining of our criminal
justice system by government attorneys
operating with their own secret agendas. We oppose manipulation
of Grand Juries to rubber-stamp improper prosecutions. We oppose
judicial tolerance of egregious misconduct by federal prosecutors.
We oppose judicial proceedings that only give the Appearance
of Justice and a Facade of Due Process.
Please read on and visit our links so that you can learn the truth behind the "Drug War", the "Money Laundering statutes" and other laws that have been legislated purportedly to fight drug traffickers, terrorists, and organized crime but often used for other purposes.
Find out about continuing abuses of drug-legislated "laws" that have nothing to do with drugs. Learn about the inhumane and disproportionate sentencencing that is inflicted on Americans for alleged minor offenses. Learn how our constitutional rights are being violated by the same government officials who have the responsibility of defending them.
The Misapplication of the Money Laundering Laws
"Atidrug Legislation" - The Money Laundering Laws.
The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) of 1970 / The Comprehensive Money Laundering Control Act of 1986 / The Money Laundering Control Amendments of 1988./The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988
The "Sting" Money Laundering Statute (18 U.S. Code, Section 1956 (a)(3)
Title 18, U.S.C. Section 1956 - 1957- An Overview of The Money Laundering Statutes
The potential for abuse of the money laundering laws
An Example of Money Laundering Law Misapplication
The Unconstitutionality of the Money Laundering "Sting" Statute, Title 18, U.S. Code, Section 1956 (a)(3)
An Essay You Must Read About the "New Laws" and the Rape of our Constitution.
Welcome to Future Felons of America
Opposition Grows to Seizure of Property in Drug War Law Allowing Asset Seizures Sparking Anger / Opposition. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Journal
Laws Allowing Seizure of Property Of Suspects Come Under Attack, Wall Street Journal
Forfeiture Law Hits Innocent Citizens. by Jack Anderson, Washington D.C. Newspaper
A Wave of Prosecutorial Misconduct
Misconduct of Prosecutors Examples of Abuses and Excesses
Unfair Prosecutorial Tactics in "Sting" Operations and Prosecutions
Prosecutorial Misconduct in "Sting" Money Laundering Cases
Public Criticism of the Misapplication of the "Money Laundering" Laws and of the "Plea-Bargain" Practices of Government Attorneys.
Prosecutorial Misconduct "Convicting the Innocent" by James McCloskey, Director of Centurion Ministries, Princeton, N. J.
National Association of Criminal Defence Lawyers Prosecutorial Misconduct Page.
Law Enforcement Abuse & Prosecutorial Misconduct as reported by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Prosecutorial Misconduct: Examples of Cases Listed By Category (interesting site)
Help Stop Law Enforcement Abuse & Prosecutorial Misconduct (National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers NACDL)
Prosecution or persecution? If Justice won't clean up its act, Congress should. Editorial by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Former DOJ Officials Advise Curbing Prosecutorial Excess
Curbing Prosecutorial Excess: A Job for the Courts & Congress. Article By Arnold I. Burns (former Deputy Attorney General of the United States), Warren L. Dennis (former trial attorney at the Department of Justice) & Amybeth Garcia-Bokor July 1998 [The Champion]
Legislation to Strengthen Oversight of Prosecutors
CITIZENS PROTECTION ACT OF 1998 Bipartisan Legislation (H.R. 3396) to Prevent Prosecutorial Abuses. As of May 14, 1998, 135 Members of Congress Have Cosponsored this Bill. See Listing of Cosponsors (153 as of June 10, 1998). Caselaw Examples of Prosecutorial Misconduct.
Member of Congress Murtha Seeking Prosecutor Limits
Help Stop Law Enforcement Abuse & Prosecutorial Misconduct - A site to submit your stories of misconduct and/or ethical rules believed to have been violated.
Example Case of Prosecutorial Abuse of the Charging Function
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Report on Prosecutorial Misconduct in Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis' Case
UPDATE ON Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis (July 1999): Summary: Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis' cruel, unusual, and disproportionate punishment is being perpetuated indefinitely in violation of the Eighth Amendment. The government attorney obstructed the Court's agreement. The BOP reneged on its agreement with the Court to file for compassionate release. Both the BOP and the Court now claim no jurisdiction. Dr. Carayannis has been denied Due Process protection guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. He has been placed in a state of perpetual legal limbo, described by the court as "never-never land".
New Complaint filed with the Office of Professional Responsibility of the Department of Justice(JUNE 1999)
Complaint filed with the Office of Professional Responsibility of the Department of Justice
International Scientist Facing Long Prison Sentence
Violations of Constututional Due Process Right
Affidavit of Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis.
A Letter from George
Who is George?
Brief Biographical Summary
The Tsunami Page of Dr. George P.C. and Dr. George P.C.'s Home Page
Special Bulletin by The Support Committee
Internationally Renown Scientist's Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis' Cruel and Unusual Punishment
The "Money Laundering" Prosecution
This particular case is highlighted as an example in illustrating how some prosecutors abuse their charging functions under the new "antidrug laws". More than $4 million of taxpayer's money was wasted by government prosecutors to fabricate a victimless "financial thought crime."
Documentation Part 1. (Excerpts and Transcripts from Court Records Illustrating Prosecutorial Misconduct, Violations of the Rules of Evidence, Procedure and Due Process.)
Trial Testimony of government undercover officers and key government prosecution witnesses admitting misconduct
Government Appellate Brief distorted, intentionally misrepresented, and willfully mischaracterized "facts" .
Excerpted testimonies of other government witnesses
Documentation Part 2. (Additional Excerpts and Transcripts Illustrating Prosecutorial Misconduct)
Petition for Writ of Certiorari in the Supreme Court of the United States of America..The U.S. Supreme Court Denied Review of Petition (Dec. 3, 1996) appealing 9th Circuit's opinion that the "GOVERNMENT NEED NOT PROVE NOR REPRESENT" the elements of the offense in a money laundering "sting" for conviction.
Facts and Statistics Related to Imprisonment of Americans
The Costs of Mandatory Sentencing
The United States Sentencing Commission and the Sentencing Guidelines
The Sentencing Reform Act of 1984
The Criminal Fine Enforcement Act of 1984. The Difference Between Sentencing Guidelines and Mandatory Minimums
AACLJ Letter to Congress on Unwarranted Sentencing Disparities as a Result of Abusive Charging and "Plea-Bargain" Practices by Government Attorneys in Money Laundering Prosecutions
AACLJ Commentary on the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Proposed Guidelines on Laundering Monetary Instruments
AACLJ Recommendations to the U.S. Sentencing Commission on Proposed Guideline Amendments on Laundering Monetary Instruments.
The Need for Offense Levels to Comport with the Seriousness of the Defendant's Offense Conduct.
Consistency and Appropriateness in the Use of the Money Laundering Statute.
Charging and Plea Practices of Federal Prosecutors with Respect to the Offense of Money Laundering.
Disparities in Sentencing for Money Laundering Offenses.
AACLJ Conclusions and Recommendations Concerning the Proper Application of the Money Laundering Laws for Proper Charging and Just Sentencing. The Urgent Need for Guidelines
Petition to Amend or Repeal the Money Laundering "Sting" Statute, Title 18, U.S. Code, Section 1956 (a)(3).
U.S. Sentencing Commission's Proposed Amendments to Mandatory Sentencing Guidelines for Money Laundering Offenses. The Amendments Sent to Congress in 1995.
(P.L. 104-38) The Law which Prevented the Commission's Amendments to Money Laundering Sentencing Guidelines from Taking Effect
Short Legislative History of P.L. 104-38 and H.R. 2259
Vote of the House Judiciary Committee on H.R. 2259
The George Hansen Story: (Torture American Style: "Diesel Therapy")
Notes from the Underground: Part 1: Management by Torture (Article by Robert M. Rees on Crime, Brutality, and Atrocities in Halawa Prison in Hawaii)
Restoring our Faith in our Government and our Justice System
How to Help
Voice your opinion to Congress Contact information given by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Write to Your Representatives and Senators about the Misapplication of the Money Laundering and other Statutes, Disparities of Sentencing and About the Need for Appropriate Constitutional Implementation of the Laws.
Write to the U.S. Sentencing Commission about the Need to Amend the Sentencing Guidelines
Copy and send the Petition to Repeal the Unconstitutional "Sting" Money Laundering Statute, (Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1856(a)(3))
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Justice Department Corruption (Article)
U.S. Law: Neither Truth nor Justice (Article by Lyndon LaRouche)
Legal Systems and Their Reforms
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Money Laundering and forfeitures
The Death Penalty is Wrong!
Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Article by William H. Rodgers, Jr.,Washington Law Review, Vol. 71:379, 1996
The Independent Jury's Secret Power Article By Don Doig, National Coordinator, Fully Informed Jury Association, FIJA.
Terrorism Legislation Threatens Constitutional Rights
"The Keepers and the Caged"
Deep Times News
Land of Entrapment
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Mike Sanders' Case and Complaint filed with the Office of Professional Responsibility of the Department of Justice