New Jersey Legislature
Honorable Senator Steven V. Oroho
Honorable Assemblywoman Alison Littell-McHose
Honorable Assemblyman Gary R. Chiusano
C: Honorable Congressman Scott Garrett
Governor Jon Corzine
New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics
Americans Working Together
Dear Senator Oroho and Assemblywoman Littell-McHose:
Thank you very much for your return letter (below) regarding my charges
of corruption, Cover-Up and a Conflict of Interest within the New Jersey Governor’s Office, NJ Attorney
General’s Office and New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics. My family,
my supporters and I greatly appreciate your interest.
beware that during this eight year battle of trying to get my Due Process from the State of New Jersey, my letters
have been sent to no avail to the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office dating back to January 2003. (Please see Ms. Regina Garb’s letter from Feb. 18, 2003)
The only procedure the New
Jersey Attorney General’s Office (Ms. Regina M. Garb) follows is to forward my letters to the heart of the Cover-Up,
back into the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics. There they play their
usual Cover-Up games by insisting that I deal solely with Vice-Chairman Robert Correale’s own former District X committee. (If it was not for being a major Conflict of Interest, this would be a disgraceful
JOKE. If my charges were against a local state police captain would the
New Jersey Government procedure be for the sergeant and patrolmen working under the captain do the investigation. Of course not…)
The reason why this has been going on for eight years
is because the State of New Jersey follows these same Cover-Up procedures.
My question to the State of New Jersey Legislature is what is going to be different this time around? Will my clear
evidence be reviewed by an interested New Jersey Government agency, or will this be just another waste of
stamps and continued exacerbation of my PTSD disability?
I have another question that I would like to ask you
directly. What part of the State of New Jersey Government will be investigating, how a Superior Court transcript could be lost within Superior Court, before it could be typed
for use in the Law Division? Evidence and details at: http://www.americans-working-together.com/id111.html
Also with this letter, I’m requesting a meeting with the two of you.
My family, my supporters and I are looking forward to your continued interest on these issues.