Hospitals & Asylums
Ohio General Assembly
Duke Energy, a Kentucky Corporation HA-3-3-08
By Anthony J. Sanders
Acct. No. 8690-0875
At the end of January the Commissioners of Hamilton County, Ohio brought Duke Energy up on charges of price gouging. Several days later I received a bad bill claiming a $59.41 transfer from my old account 86100014-49 that was terminated in the middle of the month of November. This $153.07 bill was accompanied by the arson of St. George church at the University of Cincinnati and shooting deaths of five people in a shopping mall. I paid $92.82 by Oct. 5, $75.29 by Nov. 5, $51.60 by Dec. 4, $80.43 by Jan. 16. In February I paid $91.40 of $153.07 and wrote to Duke Energy about the fraud. They stand by their tampered record. Duke Energy must drop their charge that is now $60.30. Their low-income energy assistance program is corruptly reliant upon the note of a physician and personal attendance of a meeting. Why must a person do more than prove they do not have sufficient income? The State of Ohio should award several hundreds of dollars of energy credit for this service.
The Postmaster General John E. Potter wrote this February to protect people whose identities have been stolen from fraud. In the Federal Trade Commission brochure, that was enclosed, one is directed to be alert to “bills that do not arrive as expected”. The identity theft in this case can be traced to the using the public mailbox on Court St. in front of the Clerk’s Office, to pay the bills, that immediate led to the stabbing deaths of four Mexican immigrants as noted in Lopez ex rel v. Time Warner HA-16-12-07. All the bills arrived late in January. In the State of Ohio statutory damages of $5,000-$10,000 are allowed as compensation for the unauthorized commercial use of Individuals persona under RC 2741.07.
Where then is this charge coming from? Judging from the political activity of the terminally corrupt County, it is suspected that this charge is not an energy bill at all, but in fact, a furtherance of the poison $57.00 bill from Gregory Hartmann Clerk of Courts of August 24, 2007, that was thrown out by the Appellate Clerk, at his rate of interest. The Clerk is now running for Hamilton County Commissioner and apparently needs his criminal conviction reinforced, while Ms. Good takes his place, whereas he is unelectable for any position but prisoner. It is very important for Duke Energy to understand the grave danger that their corporation is in. Use of interstate commercial facilities in the commission of murder for hire at 18USC(95)§1958 is a very serious crime that may require the dissolution of their corporation to stop if corporate executives attempt to profit from their errors or have lost all control of their employees.
The Hamilton County Court Records are severely tampered as the result of the incompetence of the aforementioned Clerk, who when arrested for the homicide of a Mr. Campbell in a politically motivated unlawful investigation of a parking ticket, destroyed all the supporting documents in the public record…Sanders v. State HA-1-5-07 Tampering the evidence in contravention to RC 2921.12 is now a matter of one minute. Prosecutor Sanders from Northern Kentucky, has seized upon this murder for hire racket using traffic/misdemeanor records, in their prosecution of the lady who assisted in the disposal of Marcus Feisal’s body, for tampering with evidence. Covington, Kentucky now enjoys a very low homicide rate. The new Hamilton County Clerk of Courts will have to seal all records not authorized by a Judge’s name and those misdemeanors older than five years automatically, without any process or notice, so that the torture victims can recover.
The failure of Duke Energy to redress this very obvious tampering of their record by the Hamilton County Clerk, to retain the free service of Hospitals & Asylums, to settle their energy dispute, is unfair. The anti-trust can only be resolved by selling all Duke Energy interests in the State of Ohio. Duke Energy purchased Cincinnati Gas & Electric at the time Joe Deters, the personification of corruption, returned from his ill-gotten office of State Treasurer to Hamilton County Prosecutor....Prosecutor v. Joe Deters HA-30-12-05 Duke Energy obviously fled, but ironically to Kentucky, that then led the nation in prison growth in 2006. Perhaps their move was not done in fear but to extend the reach of corruption. By insisting upon this bad bill Duke Energy has moved their Ohio facilities to the auction block of the Ohio General Assembly.
A new World Bank report, “Financing Energy Efficiency: Lessons from Brazil, China, India, and Beyond,” says Indian industries pay some of the highest energy costs in the world. Many use expensive backup diesel generators because the supply of power from the grid is unreliable and of poor quality. Aggregate demand for energy is expected to more than triple in the next two decades. Brazil is the 10th largest energy consumer in the world. Much of its energy comes from clean hydroelectric power and biomass fuels, and it consumes about as much oil as it produces. But Brazil is expected to double energy usage by 2030. Despite having had an energy efficiency program since 1985 and a thriving ESCO (energy service companies) industry, an estimated US$2.5 billion in potential energy efficiency improvements remain untapped every year.
The Ohio Governor’s Energy, Jobs and Progress proposal states, energy is at the core of Ohio's economic and environmental health. The production and use of electricity is the central element of Ohio's energy economy. Assuring an adequate supply of affordable energy service is a basic responsibility of government, and all Ohioans have a right to a basic level of energy service. How we decide to generate, distribute and price electricity can be the foundation on which new industries, rewarding jobs and a safer, cleaner, healthier environment can be built. The time to make the right decision is now. A balance must be struck between the protections of regulation and the opportunities of a competitive market. Utilities applying for approval of market-based plans must demonstrate that markets are efficient and competitive under RC 4929.02. The sale goes to the bidder with the lowest consumer prices.
Sanders, Tony J.
Dear Mr. Sanders,
Thank you for contacting us through our Web site regarding the gas odor in your home.
Mr. Sanders, I have reported this and we will be sending a serviceman out this afternoon to check this for you. If no one is home the serviceman will turn the gas off at the curb for safety. He will leave a card indicating this and then you can call us when you get home and we can send someone back out.
In the future please report any potential gas leaks, problems or strange odors to our gas trouble department via the phone at 513-651-4466.
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Mike Kranack, Customer Service Representative
> Off and on there is a strange odor with use of the gas stove. Would it
> be possible for some type of in-home inspection by you?
Hospitals & Asylums
April 30, 2008
In re: Duke Energy, a Kentucky Corporation www.title24uscode.org/DukeEnergy.htm
Dear Senator Bingaman, Chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee:
I am writing because I subscribe to your newsletter and send you mine and I happen to be having trouble with my gas and electric bill. The trouble began in the beginning of March when I received a fraudulent $50 back bill from November, in a wave of violence that included the burning of a church and a quintuple homicide, three days after the (extremely corrupt) County Commissioners announced they had audited their energy bill. After several letters, I formally contested the charge, offering to sell their Ohio assets, demanding several months free, and paid the "valid" portion, I was then kidnapped. This is the second time, of two times, that I have been kidnapped after disputing a Duke Energy bill. In April they tacked on another fake $100 charge. After being so abused I didn't respond, or pay. In the middle of the month I received two emails from Duke Energy claiming to be responding to mine and they dispatched a repairman to a fake report of an odor of gas. Now they are asking for $258.71 for an efficiency apartment.
I don't want my services turned off. Nor do I want to pay. I am planning on moving to an apartment where they cover the utilities in June. For their part Duke Energy is charged with several corruption related offenses involving mail fraud, conspiracy, use of the interstate commercial facility in the commission of murder for hire, kidnapping, and restraint of trade. They engage in a pattern of parallel conduct with another interstate corporation, the Health Alliance, to kidnap me after I arrest the toxic landlady, foundation of the post 2004 election local politics. As the result of this corrupt conspiracy I am entitled to relief from their bill and Duke Energy should let their Cincinnati, Ohio franchise go, to the lowest bidder, whereas they are not ethical enough to withstand the corruption, eg. bankrupt the corrupt bill. The Health Alliance is consistently punished for their misconduct against author of Hospitals & Asylums, they lost a $20 million indigent levy, and then two hospitals the first time and are now facing a $400 million fine, this second offense. Duke Energy however has no discipline and continues to pursue their mail fraud.
As a monopoly an energy corporation must not engage in organized crime. Liability under §1 of the Sherman Act, 15 U. S. C. §1, requires a “contract, combination . . . , or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce.” A plain-tiff’s obligation to provide the “grounds” of his “entitlement to relief” requires more than labels and conclusions, and a formulaic recitation of the elements of a cause of action will not do. Factual allegations must be enough to raise a right to relief above the speculative level Sanjuan v. American Bd. of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., 40 F. 3d 247, 251 (CA7 1994), Bell Atlantic Corp v. Twombly, 127 S. Ct. 1955, 1974 (2007). The factual connection between Duke Energy and the local political corruption rises beyond the speculative level for three reasons.
First, Duke Energy low income assistance is strangely linked to a person's health, they require a person to irrationally get a note from a doctor proving energy to be a "medical necessity" when a person's income is the issue. As a prelude to both kidnappings I would dispute the spike in the energy bill and then be unlawfully restrained by the Health Alliance by the same doctor I sued for torture in 1998. Second, Duke Energy purchased Cincinnati Gas and Electric and moved their corporate headquarters, where they process the bills, to Kentucky, at the time the 2004 elections resulted in the county becoming absolutely corrupt. In 2006 Kentucky was reported to be largest prison growth state. In retrospect the flight to of the energy corporation to Kentucky is indicative of the use of the interstate commercial facility in the commission of murder for hire. Third, a few days before the first bad bill arrived the television news reported that Duke Energy had been investigated by the Hamilton County Commission for their high prices.
Having been so badly abused, I clearly am not liable for their fraudulent bill, and have written notice of my claim for relief, in the case linked to the top of this document, when I paid in good faith. The question that remains is should Duke Energy be subjected to anti-trust laws to dislodge their Ohio franchise(s)? It is quite possible that the large energy corporations need to be busted to manage skyrocketing energy prices in much the same way that AT&T was broken up in the Tele-communications Act of 1996. Unfortunately when it was tried to sell the franchise Ohio relearned that people of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in some contrivance to raise prices. A. Smith, An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, in 39 Great Books of the Western World 55 (R. Hutchins & M. Adler eds. 1952). In any case Duke Energy, as an energy monopoly, must not be permitted to engage in a practice of corrupt conspiracy to abuse and intimidate their consumers, and Congress may regulate it under Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 3 with the co-operation of the state of Ohio as directed in the document above, but with a little consideration for my civil liberties.
Anthony J. Sanders