D.A. presents Petitioner’s criminal complaint on U.S. district judge to grand jury; IRS personnel retreat


Since the last post, some significant things have occurred regarding (1) United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division Civil Action No. 17-mc-1557 Petition to Enforce Internal Revenue Summons (“Civil Action No. 17-mc-1557”), and (2) IRS collection activities.

Regarding Civil Action No. 17-mc-1557:

  • August 8, 2018 (15 months ago): Based on the contents of the Demand for Dissolution of this Kangaroo Court and Petitioner’s knowledge of felonious acts, Petitioner swears to a criminal complaint against the U.S. district judge and U.S. magistrate judge in the case, as well as their employer, the District of Columbia(3) and begins the process of getting it accepted by Texas authorities (but does not file it into the case);
  • August 30, 2018 (15 months ago): The judge in Civil Action No. 17-mc-1557 ignores the accuracy and appositeness(4) of the contents of the Demand for Dissolution of this Kangaroo Court and unlawfully enters an Order concluding the case;
  • February 21, 2019 (nine months ago): After spending six months submitting, unsuccessfully, the criminal complaint to four different Texas authorities, Petitioner uses the “Official Sworn Complaint of Criminal Misconduct” form provided by the Public Corruption Division (“PCD”) of the Harris County, Texas, District Attorney’s Office, and submits to PCD the criminal complaint for the District Attorney to present to the grand jury;
  • April 2, 2019 (seven months ago): Petitioner does an “Amended Official Sworn Complaint of Criminal Misconduct” (the “Amended PCD Form”) and amends the criminal complaint (the “Amended Criminal Complaint”) so as to include only the subject U.S. district judge as a defendant and submits the Amended PCD Form and Amended Criminal Complaint to the PCD for presentment to the grand jury; and

Regarding IRS collection activities:

  • April 30, 2018 (19 months ago): In response the above IRS Forms CP504, Petitioner sends IRS this IRS Form 9423 Collection Appeal Request and attached Notice and Warning of Commercial Grace—the subject matter of which is the (a) unlawfulness (for the same reasons delineated in the above criminal complaint) of the judge’s order which purportedly warrants seizure of Petitioner’s property, and (b) commercial, civil, and criminal penalties which will be enforced against any IRS personnel who seeks to levy / seize Petitioner’s property—the result of which is that no levy / seizure of Petitioner’s property occurs;
  • October 24, 2018 (13 months ago): Petitioner responds to the above September 25, 2018, letter (as prescribed therein in the second bulleted item at the top of page 2) from the IRS executive with this devastating October 24, 2018, Formal Protest and receives no further communication from IRS on the matter.

    1. kangaroo court. 1. A self-appointed tribunal or mock court in which the principles of law and justice are disregarded, perverted, or parodied. . . . 2. A court or tribunal characterized by unauthorized or irregular procedures, esp. so as to render a fair proceeding impossible. 3. A sham legal proceeding.” Black’s Law Dictionary, 7th ed., Bryan A. Garner, ed. in chief (West Group: St. Paul, Minn., 1999), 359 (s.v. “Court”).NOTE: The greatest insult to a justice or judge is that his court is a kangaroo court.
    2. blackletter law. One or more legal principles that are old, fundamental, and well settled. ● The term refers to the law printed in books set in Gothic type, which is very bold and black. — Also termed hornbook law. Id. at 163.
    3. The District of Columbia is a municipal corporation (incorporated February 21, 1871), also known as and doing business as United States, in turn also known as and doing business as United States of America.
    4. appositeness: the quality or state of being highly pertinent or appropriate.