FEDERAL AGENTS AND OPERATIVES SENT TO PRISON TO PREVENT EXPOSING CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES BY HIGH-LEVEL GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL AND JUDGES
Although virtually unknown to the average uninformed American citizen, the United States does have its political prisoners. But instead of imprisoning these government agents and citizens for their political belief, they have become prisoners so as to silence their exposing of criminal activities by people holding key government positions.
This would include false charges and prison sentences to silence federal agents, such as FBI, DEA, INS, and others, from reporting their knowledge of drug trafficking by the CIA, DEA, and military, or any of the other scandals described in the author's two books, the third edition of Defrauding America and the third edition of Unfriendly Skies.
These falsely accused people have suffered great harm, as have their families. But also suffering from this standard practice, involving employees of the various divisions of the U.S. Department of Justice and cooperating federal judges and Supreme Court justices, are the American people. Because of these felony retaliation charges and offenses, the American people are kept uninformed of the criminal and subversive acts perpetrated against them, causing them to continue suffering the great harm that accompanies the various criminal activities detailed and documented in the author's two books.
Many of these victims are described in the author's books, and a sampling of these victims will be placed on this and related web sites from time to time. A few of them are listed here at this time, and include, for instance:
This is a partial list of the political prisoners who made the mistake of reporting criminal activities implicating key people in government and covert operations that were crimes against the United States and its people. Most of these people have provided years of information and documentation to former federal agent Rodney Stich, which can be found in his various books: Defrauding America, Drugging America, and Unfriendly Skies. More people will be added as time permits.
This information should be part of a continuing course on the culture of corruption in the U.S. government and how the American people, by their state of denial, have suffered the consequences of this endemic criminality.
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