The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) together with the Farm Service Agency (FSA), the National Appeals Division (NAD), and multiple state agricultural mediation programs operate an organized racketeering enterprise, fraudulently masquerading as an administrative appeals process. This Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) is designed to deny appellants their individual constitutional rights to Due Process and Equal Justice under supreme law while usurping the judicial system to hide incompetent administration of the people’s resources and manage legal risk for financial gain. Since this is Fraud on Farmers, it obviously has an impact on agricultural commerce.
This fraudulent unconstitutional illegal risk mitigation effort under guise of an administrative appeal process is a federal crime under title 18 chapter 96 sections 1961-1968.It cannot be squared with Governments obligation to the people to operate legally and within the law.
This enterprise protects employees of the USDA & FSA from accountability and responsibility for crimes committed on the very individuals their employed to serve, from responsibility for negligence in the mismanagement of the people’s resources, from negligent, fraudulent, and discriminatory acts in the performance of their jobs even from accountability for failing to preform, proclaimed required procedures.
This enterprise is designed to deny fair, impartial, legal, and constitutionally guaranteed judicial review. It is intentionally designed to abuse the judicial doctrine of Chevron deference, which the judiciary has come to abuse in the denial of individual civil rights by consenting to Governments usurpation of the Constitutions intentional separation of powers.
My lawsuit against the USDA RICO enterprise described above was protected by Superior U.S. Federal District Court Judge Jackson L. Kiser and the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals from a Jury trial and Denied cert by the of the United States Supreme Court. I believe Judge Kiser’s intent was to block the RICO charges to protect the enterprise from dissolution as allowed under RICO.
Today Secretary Tom Vilsack at 12:00 noon, Thursday, March 3rd, will come before the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to answer questions regarding the Hispanic & Women’s Civil Rights Claims process. Where Of 53,803 total discrimination claims submitted 22,163 (41%) were reviewed. Of these only 3,210 (14.4%) of the claims reviewed were approved — only 6% of the total claimants and most of these to women.
I ask you to consider the impact the RICO enterprise described above had on these appellants prior to their filing claims under this settlement. I assure you this enterprise took every opportunity to deny these appellants their constitutional rights to a fair and impartial hearing and that fact is not reflected in the Agencies case records.
I submit that an agency operating a RICO enterprise to avoid financial damages, accountability, and responsibility for the jobs their paid to perform has no business being allowed any involvement in the evaluation of these claims.
Remember, “There is no greater tyranny, than that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice” Montesquieu
The Small American Farmers of this country deserve a loud and demanding call from American Citizens to end this decades old Trojan horse war by the USDA on the backbone of this country.
Justice Louis Brandeis offered this view ‘”Decency, security and liberty alike demand that government officials shall be subjected to the rules of conduct that are commands to the citizen.” Racketeering is a Federal Crime!
“ In a government of laws, existence of the government will be imperiled if it fails to observe the law scrupulously.”
Operating a RICO enterprise in violation of Federal Law and for denial of constitutional rights to Due Process is a violation of the Constitution that borders on treason.
“Our government is the potent, 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 the law; it invites every man to come a law unto himself. It invites anarchy. (United States v. Olmstead, 277 U.S. 438 (1928).”
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