Hospitals & Asylums
Louis F. Strigari Esq., Hamilton County Public Defender v. Gregory Lockhart Esq., US Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio
Terry Tranter Esq., Cincinnati Regional Treasury Representative v. Michael J. Astrue Esq., Commissioner of Social Security
Gregory Lockhart Esq., US Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio v. H. Thomas Wells Jr. Esq., President of the American Bar Association
fine under the False Claims Act. Harry F. Fry MD, a Health
Alliance cardiologist, filed a third amended complaint on
thank the federal government for the tax rebate a $400 million geographic, tax
deductible, jury nullification option is sought to be allowed with costs,
targeting the relief of FY 2009 federal account deficits – the $350 million
Social Security Administration (SSA) staffing deficit and $3.5 million Federal
Highway Administration (FHA) leadership deficit. The Cincinnati Regional
Treasurer, Terry Tranter Esq. pays more federal taxes than both projected
federal account deficits of FY 2009 combined.
To prove how small our national problems are, a local federal tax
deduction, allowed by a jury, would account for the transfer of +/- $400
million, from the $2 trillion general revenues and/or matching social security
trust funds of the
Protocol against Torture, and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment is opened for the ratification of individuals, ethics
committees, courts, agencies and congresses of States who tyrannically abrogate
the VIII and XIV Amendments to the US Constitution. We hope, that against all odds, Ohio Attorney
General appointee, Nancy Rogers, will defeat, in the
party nomination stage, both Richard Cordray Esq. and Betty Montgomery Esq.,
who are overqualified. We expect US
Attorney Gregory Lockhart Esq. to be replaced in the beginning of the new
VI. Local Bio-Security Leaks…43
VII. Immunity Defense…50
Attorney General May Provide for the Relocation and Protection of Witnesses 18USC§3521
Budgetary Treatment of Trust Fund Operations 42USC(7)(7)§911
Civil Liability 50USC(36)I§1810
Civil Monetary Penalties 42USC1320a-7
Civil Rights and Elective Franchises 28USC§1343
Claim for Relief 42USC§1983
Community Based Alternatives for Individuals with Disabilities E.O. 13217 2001
Congregate Housing Services 24CFR700.125
Crime Victims’ Rights 18USC§3771
Criminal Penalties for Acts Involving Federal Health Care Programs 42USC1320a-7b
Dismissal on Motion of Action Against Individual Entitled to Immunity 22USC(6)§254d
Enticement into slavery 18USC(77)§1583
Entitlement to Hospital Insurance Benefits 42USC§426
False Claims 31USC§3729
Financial Data and Reports 42CFR413.20
First Amendment Privacy Protection 42USC(21A)IA§2000aa
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) of 1978 50USC(36)I§1809
Fraud and related activity in connection with computers 18USC(47)§1030
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 HR493
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 PL 104-191
Hospital Insurance Benefits for the Aged and Disabled 42USC1395c-1395i-4
Hospitalization of Mentally Ill, Definition.
Introduction to Federal Health Insurance for the Aged and Disabled 42CFR405.1801
Intrusion of Reserves or Violations of Rules and Regulation under 24USC(3)V§154
Liability of the
Mandatory Restitution 18USC(77)§1593
Recovery of Civil Damages 18USC(119)§2520
Payments to Providers of Services 42USC§1395g
Privileges and immunities specified in the Vienna Convention 22USC(6)§254b
Prohibition with respect to biological weapons 18USC(10)I§175
Protection of Human Test Subjects 45CFR Part 46, Revised November 13, 2001, effective December 13, 2001
Safe And Fair Enforcement and Recall for (SAFER) Meat, Poultry, and Food Act of 2007 H.R. 3484 and S. 3267
State Plans for Medical Assistance 42USC§1396a
Survey for compilation of registration and voting statistics; geographical areas; scope; application of census provisions; voluntary disclosure; advising of right not to furnish information 42USC(21)§2000f
Tracing and Recalling Agricultural Contamination Everywhere (TRACE) Act H.R. 3485
Transfer of Supportive Housing Service 24CFR891.863
Transitional Provision on Eligibility of Uninsured Individuals for Hospital Insurance Benefits 42USC§426A
Use of Interstate Commercial Facility in the Commission of Murder for Hire
Use of Public or Private Agencies to Facilitate Payment to Provider of Services 42USC§1395h
Basic Principles of the
Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers 27 August to 7 September 1990
Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 26 June 1987
Convention on Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations February 13, 1946
Guidelines on the Role of Prosecutors of 27 August-7 September 1990
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 23 March 1976
Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 4 February 2003…6
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a. That the Hamilton County Court Computer Management System (CMS) infringement upon the Centers for Medicare Medicaid and SCHIP (CMS) trademark be punished by a Court order affording costs of several million dollars to the Hamilton County Public Defender, to change the name of the local Internet infringer to Court Computers (CC), or other innocuous name of their choosing, from the proceeds of this non tax deductible $9,999, 000 fine against Health Alliance GC.
b. That the Internet record of people involuntarily hospitalized as the result of being corruptly alleged to be mentally ill and adjudicated by Hamilton County Probate Court be sealed under Secs. 1171(6)(B) of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 PL 104-191 of August 21, 1996 and Ohio RC 5122.01® whereby “Expunge” means the removal and destruction of court files and records, originals and copies, and the deletion of all index references. Having been punished for this folly of the Internet age the Justice of the Peace will continue to be limited to the indignity of the Probate Court until they have transferred the responsibility for the adjudication of psychiatric slavery to the Mental Health Board. Then the overtly corrupt Mental Health Board would need to transfer responsibility for the grants to halfway houses, mental health counseling, and homeless shelters to a Social Work Administration (SWA) HA-17-6-08.
c. That in exchange for protecting the privacy of their patients and changing the name of a judicial corporation to protect their own privacy, in the absence of nationalization, the local health sector will give the Court permission to allow the Cincinnati Treasury Representative Terry Tranter Esq. to pledge their allegiance to the public welfare, budget and Constitution of the United States of America with a one time tax deductible contribution from the local Treasury of $400 million targeted to offset federal account deficits in Social Security Administration staffing ($350 million) and Federal Highway Administration ($3.5 million) if determined by Commissioner of Social Security and jury not to reflect bribery, kickback, fine or social security contribution.
d. That due process of this $400 million tax deduction demands, the nullification by the federal jury of a considerable amount of tax law, federal congressional budget law, and social security denials, to achieve a tax deductible verdict for the Budgetary Treatment of Trust Fund Operations under 42USC(7)(7)§911. If this good faith attempt to “thank the federal government for the tax rebate” be rejected by any party or jury, the judge shall not fail to abolish the local CMS infringement and Probate HIPAA disclosure, out of respect for the $10 million in costs.
e. That the Hamilton County Board of Elections has been incarcerated in a police precinct across the street from the county jail, since 1988 without concern for 42USC(21)§2000f or 28USC§1343(a)(4). The Court should order the Board of Elections to get a building of their own, in a respectable neighborhood. It would be dignified if the Director(s) of the Board of Elections would ask the voters for the funds to purchase a new building, of their own; otherwise the Director(s) should be regularly voted out of office on the ballot, or both. For it to be possible to consider the elections free and fair the Board cannot be under the 24 hour surveillance of an independently financed security agency.
2. $9,999,000 is a fair non tax deductible price for a Dismissal on Motion of Action against individual entitled to Immunity under 22USC(6)§254d. The Health Alliance GC should pay now and consider the money to the Public Defender, well spent. The jury might later award the Health Alliance a tax deduction if found to be innocent in 2009. A not guilty verdict is however not very likely from the preliminary arguments. It is definitely recommended to pay the fine, for legal immunity now, in this case. It is advisable for the CEO, Kenneth Hanover, to begin pursuing the alternative of corporate democracy for himself, by the means of the candidate committee of the GCHC, to any future convictions.
3. Fines are not tax deductible expenses therefore the
>$400 million fine levied
mathematically by the Cincinnati Enquirer on April 3, 2008 for a kickback
scheme in what is now Ohio Heart and Vascular is not fair and the demand has
been limited by the Court to less than $10 million. Bear with this complicated and refutable
bypass of treasury protocol so that we, as citizens, may satisfy the precise
federal nutritional appetite for $400 million and local plea for equal access
to justice, presented in this deadliest of all cases of unauthorized practice
of law, ultra vires. The trial is
scheduled to last into late 2009 and is not worth anyone’s time but the trial
attorneys, whose costs are defrayed by the page, leaving enough only for the
Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office, friend of male ex-cons in their 90’s,
to be satisfactorily compensated for litigating the abolition of the Hamilton
County Computer Court Management System (CMS) and Internet Index of personally
identifiable health information of alleged mentally ill people able to
articulate their objection to being falsely arrested at Probate Court, that is
in flagrant violation of HIPAA. The
Federal Court, with their penchant for the diabetic bar of the US Marshall, is
morally challenged to earn so much as this $10 million fine against health corporations that are from a legal perspective
an unauthorized practice of law ultra
vires to torture statute. A health
CEO should however not delay paying such reasonable fines. In fact, the only
entity $400 million fine in the
4. As the result of widespread local budget shortfalls, the Sheriff has been forced to shut down several sections of the Queensgate Correctional Facility. The Public Defender now has the strength to beg for much needed equal office space and pay. The County prosecutor is particularly violently corrupt whereas he was formerly the unqualified State Secretary of Treasury and faces 101 years in prison, not to mention the newly discovered election fraud that seems to be all that holds him in office, and before the crimes against humanity of murder, slavery and torture are multiplied and the sentence reduced, as a lesson that as the result of his abuse of power he is no longer the master of political, judicial, police or bank power; with the jail and prison population over 250 per 100,000 citizens as his witness. Nor is his protégé and hitman, Clerk Gregory Hartman, the nemesis of US Attorney Gregory Lockhart, in the competition for most “cardiac arrests” whose Court has done the reverse of protecting the individual torture victim(s) with compensation, in this case of unjust enrichment, in the American heartland, where terrorists and torturers are given asylum in political and professional office. This case conceals the devastation wreaked upon the health of modern society by cardiac animal laboratory research marketed to humans geographically selected for unwarranted search and seizure. This cardiac case presents an opportunity to defend our immunity against unwanted biological invasion.
5. Tax deductible contributions for federal and local
government agencies are allowable as long as the Court does not deem this thank
you to the Secretary of Treasury for the tax rebate, bribery, kickback, fine,
social security contribution or other non-deductible expense. We therefore challenge the health sector and
6. The Health Alliance (HA) of Greater Cincinnati CEO
Kenneth Hanover’s copyright royalties; do not warrant immunity from the
democratic process of succession, although he remains free of arrest, this
time. The CEO’s relentless need to
monopolize and dominate since the Health Alliance’s foundation in 1993 has
taken him across state lines against the legal counsel inherent in the criminal
statute on corrupt and racketeer influenced organizations against the Use of Interstate
Commercial Facilities in the Commission of Murder for Hire. After two trademark offenses against
Hospitals & Asylums (HA), a new CEO of the Health Alliance (HA) of Greater
Cincinnati should be selected by the Greater Cincinnati Health Council (GCHC),
the local medical association. Why don’t
we let Harry F. Fry MD, be the first candidate?
In his lawsuit Dr. Fry has demonstrated the resolve in ethics we would
like to see in the CEO of the Health Alliance GC. Many cardiologists run for public office. Dr. Fry’s brief however falls short on the Optional
Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or
Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 4 February 2003
that has not been ratified by the
7. The relator, Harry F. Fry, graduated from the University
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1968. After an internship and residency in
8. The defendant, the Health Alliance GC, was created in
December of 1994, as a merger of the operations of the
Establish appropriate policies
and strategic direction to enable the
(b) Facilitate cooperative and collaborative efforts by and among the hospitals with respect to the provision of health care services;
Review and approve
financial and strategic plans and operating and capital budgets for the
Enter into contracts
on behalf of the hospitals with respect to the organization and operating of
Hire, evaluate and
compensate the Alliance CEO and participate in the selection of the other
senior management of the
Do all other things
necessary and appropriate to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the
9. This action to recover damages and civil penalties on
behalf of the United States of America arises under the provisions of the False
Claims Act 31USC§3729
that provides the US District Court with exclusive jurisdiction. Defendant, Ohio Heart and Vascular, Inc.
formerly the Ohio Heart Health Center, Inc. is a corporation organized under
the law of
10. The False Claims Act at (a) provides that, any person who (1) knowingly presents, or causes to be presented, to an officer or employee of the United States Government or a member of the Armed Forces of the United States a false or fraudulent claim for payment or approval; (2) knowingly makes, uses, or causes to be made or used, a false record or statement to get a false or fraudulent claim paid or approved by the Government; (3) conspires to defraud the Government by getting a false or fraudulent claim paid or approved by the Government;…or (7) knowingly makes, uses, or causes to be made or used, a false record or statement to conceal, avoid, or decrease an obligation to pay or transmit money or property to the Government…is liable to the United States Government for a civil penalty of not less than $5,000 and not more than $10,000, plus 3 times the amount of damages which the Government sustains, because of the act of that person. The term “knowing” and “knowingly” mean that a person, with respect to information (1) has actual knowledge of the information; (2) acts in deliberate ignorance of the truth or falsity of the information; or (3) acts in reckless disregard of the truth or falsity of the information and no proof of specific intent to defraud is required.
11. The Anti-Kickback Statute 42USC§1320a-7b(b), arose out of Congressional concern that payoffs to those who can influence healthcare decisions will result in goods and services being provided that are medically unnecessary, of poor quality, or even harmful to a vulnerable patient population. First enacted in 1972, Congress strengthened the statute in 1977 and 1987 to ensure that kickbacks masquerading as legitimate transaction did not evade its reach. The Anti-Kickback statute prohibits any person or entity from making or accepting payment to induce or reward any person for referring, recommending or arranging for federally-funded medical services. Whoever knowingly and willfully solicits or received any remuneration (including and kickback, bribe or rebate) directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, in cash or in kind in return for referring an individual to a person for the furnishing or arranging for the furnishing of any item or service for which payment may be made in whole or in part under a Federal health care program, shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $25,000 or imprisoned for not more than five years, or both. Violation of the statute can also subject the perpetrator to exclusion from participation in federal health care programs and effective August 6, 1997 civil monetary penalties of $50,000 per violation and three times the amount of remuneration paid under 42USC§1320a-7(b)(7) and (a)(7).
12. The Department of Health and Human Services is
responsible for the administration and supervision of the Medicare
program. The Centers for Medicare,
Medicaid and SCHIP (CMS), formerly HCFA, is an agency of HHS and is directly
responsible for the administration of the Medicare Program. The Medicare Program was established by
Congress in 1065 with the enactment of Title XVIII of the Social Security Act,
to pay for the costs of certain healthcare services. Entitlement to Medicare is based on age,
disability, or affliction with end-state renal disease under 42USC§426
and §426A. Part A of the Medicare program authorizes payments
for institutional care, including hospital, skilled nursing facility and home
health care under 42USC§1395c-§1395i-4. Most hospitals, including all of the Health
Alliance hospitals and
13. As a prerequisite to payment by Medicare CMS requires hospitals to submit annually a form CMS-2552, more commonly known as the Hospital Cost Report. After the end of each hospital’s fiscal year, the hospital files its Hospital Cost Report with the fiscal intermediary, stating the amount of reimbursement the provider believes it is due for the year under 42USC§1395g(a) and 42CFR413.20; 405.1801(b)(1). As of 1996 the Hospitals Cost Report was revised to include the following notice: Misrepresentation or falsification of any information contained in this cost report may be punishable by criminal, civil and administrative action, fine and/or imprisonment under federal law. Furthermore, if services identified in this report were provided or procured through the payment directly or indirectly or a kickback or where otherwise illegal, criminal, civil and administrative action, fines and/or imprisonment may result. Each year since 1993 and continuing through the filing of the original complaint, the Health Alliance submitted Hospital Cost Reports that falsely represented compliance with Medicare regulations and laws, including the Anti-Kickback statute, whereby each CMS Form UB-92/UB-82 was a false claim. These misrepresentations were material to the decision of the Government to pay for the services.
14. The government shall complete its discovery by
Cardiovascular disease does not appear on the Social Security Administration (SSA)
Quick list of disabilities. Cancer and
many rare diseases have been included on the quick list however cardiovascular
disease remains the most frequently reported cause of death amongst disability
insurance petitioners whose claims have been denied. SSA needs to allow cardiovascular disease
onto the Quick List so that disabled petitioners with heart disease swift and
stress-less recovery of compensation and those disability beneficiaries who
later become afflicted with heart disease shall be afforded the extra
nutritional and security costs of treating their illness. Recovery from cardiovascular disease requires
the adoption of a heart healthy life style.
People with cardiovascular disease must wear latex gloves when reading
correspondence, particularly from medical billers, and should strive to
immediately and completely eliminate all paperwork and identity theft, from
their home and life. People with
cardiovascular disease must completely avoid LDL cholesterol and
trans-fats. Cholesterol is however 50%
of the chemical make-up of the brain.
People with cardiovascular disease must obtain sufficient dietary HDL
cholesterol and fiber from brown rice and oatmeal that they supplement with
multi-vitamins or fresh fruit and vegetables and lean cuts of meat.
16. The Centers for Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP (CMS) should require “Biological Weapons and Kidnapping are Prohibited” to be inscribed on the letterheads of all their contracts. The prohibition of biological weapons is of vital importance for all Americans. For those suffering heart disease, it is a matter of life and death. It is a conspiracy offense to disregard complaints of bio-terrorism as mental illness or dementia. People treated for mental illness in the public system are dying 25 years younger than the average American, opposed to 15 years younger a decade ago. Medical education and employment must not omit bio-security. There will be no abusive medical billing of the poor, or of people involuntarily hospitalized for mental illness or any socio-pathic referral schemes with kickbacks evident in the Fry case. Offensive prescriptions of law must be immediately rejected, amended or repealed. Ultra vires, unauthorized practices of law, delivering toxins in the legal system, infringing upon the health sector, or driving the health sector to socio-pathy, must be dismissed. Records must be sealed. Counsel can be found in medical ethics. Pillowcases, sheets, death beds, wardrobes, landladies, nurses, doctors, friends, family members, lovers, medical bills, courts, and politicians may all need to be thrown away to control the conflict of interest with pain. Angina is different than Cancer (Can-sir) that also seems to be a sexually transmitted disease vector that one probably wants to avoid legitimizing at a medical office and easily hacked test. People suffering angina can be heard complaining from the instant their defenses have been breached. People with angina are in most cases being abused by the death beds and war-drobes of a treacherous landlady or woman they love, who has betrayed them for police protection and promise of a cut of the CMS payments or will, or they have detected and redressed the abuse, but suffered serious damage to their heart physiology or chemistry. Overexposure to irritants can cause permanent damage. Wounded hearts heal, but not if they are under constant attack.
17. There are a number of cardiac drugs on the market. Prescription heart medicines like ACE inhibitors, Beta blockers and Statin anti-cholesterol drugs have a lot of side effects that prevent the heart from achieving the perfection of homeostasis it must maintain to completely heal. Drugs must be taken as prescribed, to properly redress specific imbalances, with the intention of being cured and quitting the medication. Modern medicine has a way of prolonging the pain begun by leaks of cardiac laboratory research. A daily aspirin greatly reduces the risk of dying from a heart attack by helping to keep the blood thinned. For $10 the Bayer Aspirin with Heart Advantage cholesterol fighting tablets can help at times that a person has consumed too much cholesterol. Statin cholesterol fighting drugs, like the new Bayer aspirin or Bayercol that was removed from the market in 2000, can deplete a person’s Co Enzyme Q 10 to a life threatening degree. Apparently people over the age of thirty stop producing Co Enzyme Q 10. Co Enzyme Q 10 can be found in high quantities in wild game and grass fed meat or purchased as a nutritional supplement at Kroger or any drug store for between $8 and $24. The 100mg Co Enzyme Q 10 may provide instant relief but at 333% of the daily recommended allowance over three days can lead to an excess that must be neutralized with fats found in meat or nuts, 50 mg gel tablets are more recommended. If quickly and properly treated arteriosclerosis may only be disabling for three days, a week or month. If the disease causes damage to the chemistry of the heart a longer illness can result. With Bayer Heart Advantage, Co Enzyme Q 10, Oral Chelation™ or prescription clot buster, a healthy diet and cardiovascular exercise, such as long walks or 10 miles a week jogging, free of all exposure to biological weapons and trans fats, people who have suffered a debilitating heart attack can often make a full recovery in 6 months.
18. Since 1963 Congress and the American
Heart Association has required the president to proclaim February
"American Heart Month." AHA
recommends that patients with acute heart disease should take the ambulance, otherwise they are likely to be turned away. Cardiovascular diseases
vies with cancer as the No. 1 killer in the
19. The body is very sensitive to changes in blood pressure. Special cells in the arteries, called baroreceptors (BAR-o-re-SEP-ters), can sense if blood pressure begins to rise or drop. When the baroreceptors sense a rise or drop in blood pressure, they cause certain responses to occur throughout the body in an attempt to bring the blood pressure back to normal. For example, if you stand up quickly, the baroreceptors will sense a drop in your blood pressure. They quickly take action to make sure that blood continues to flow to the brain, kidneys, and other important organs. The baroreceptors cause the heart to beat faster and harder. They also cause the small arteries (arterioles) and veins (the vessels that carry blood back to the heart) to narrow. High blood pressure is a blood pressure reading of 140/90 mmHg or higher. Both numbers are important. Nearly 1 in 3 American adults has high blood pressure. Once high blood pressure develops, it usually lasts a lifetime. The good news is that it can be treated and controlled. Blood pressure changes during the day. It is lowest as you sleep and rises when you get up. It also can rise when you are excited, nervous, or active. Still, for most of your waking hours, your blood pressure stays pretty much the same when you are sitting or standing still. That level should be lower than 120/80 mmHg. When the level stays high, 140/90 mmHg or higher, you have high blood pressure. For example, 160/80 mmHg would be stage 2 high blood pressure. With high blood pressure, the heart works harder, your arteries take a beating, and your chances of a stroke, heart attack, and kidney problems are greater. Hypotension is abnormally low blood pressure. Normal blood pressure is a reading of less than 120/80 mmHg (mmHg = millimeters of mercury, a unit for measuring pressure). Hypotension is blood pressure that is lower than 90/60 mmHg. In a healthy person, hypotension without signs or symptoms is usually not a problem and requires no treatment. Doctors will want to identify and treat any underlying condition that is causing the hypotension, if one can be found. Hypotension can be dangerous if a person falls because of dizziness or fainting. Shock, a severe form of hypotension, is a life-threatening condition that is often fatal if not treated immediately. Shock can be successfully treated if the cause can be found and the right treatment provided in time.
20. A heartbeat actually is a complicated series of very precise and coordinated events that take place inside and around your heart. Each side of your heart uses an inlet valve to help move blood between the atrium and ventricle. The tricuspid valve does this between the right atrium and ventricle. The mitral valve does this between the left atrium and ventricle. The "lub" is the sound of the mitral and tricuspid valves closing. Each of your heart’s ventricles has an outlet valve. The right ventricle uses the pulmonary valve to help move blood into the pulmonary arteries. The left ventricle uses the aortic valve to do the same for the aorta. The "DUB" is the sound of the aortic and pulmonary valves closing. Each heartbeat has two basic parts: diastole (di-AS-toe-lee, or relaxation) and atrial and ventricular systole (SIS-toe-lee, or contraction). During diastole, the atria and ventricles of your heart relax and begin to fill with blood. At the end of diastole, your heart’s atria contract (an event called atrial systole) and pump blood into the ventricles. The atria then begin to relax. Next, your heart’s ventricles contract (an event called ventricular systole) and pump blood out of your heart. A heartbeat is a single cycle in which your heart’s chambers relax and contract to pump blood. This cycle includes the opening and closing of the two inlet and outlet valves of the right and left ventricles of your heart. Each heartbeat has two basic parts: diastole, and atrial and ventricular systole. During diastole, the atria and ventricles of your heart relax and begin to fill with blood. At the end of diastole, your heart’s atria contract (atrial systole), pumping blood into the ventricles, and then begin to relax. Your heart’s ventricles then contract (ventricular systole), pumping blood out of your heart. Each beat of your heart is set in motion by an electrical signal from within your heart muscle. In a normal, healthy heart, each beat begins with a signal from the SA node. This is why the SA node is sometimes called your heart’s natural pacemaker. Your pulse, or heart rate, is the number of signals the SA node produces per minute. In Atrial Fibrillation (AT), the ventricles may beat up to 100-175 times a minute, in contrast to the normal rate of 60-100 beats a minute.
21. It is estimated that 65 million
American adults with high blood cholesterol need to make the therapeutic
lifestyle changes (TLC) needed to lower their cholesterol and, with it, their
risk for heart disease. To
understand high blood cholesterol (ko-LES-ter-ol), it is important to know more
about cholesterol. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that is found in
all cells of the body. Your body needs some cholesterol to work the right way.
Your body makes all the cholesterol it needs. Cholesterol is also found in
some of the foods you eat. Your body uses cholesterol to make hormones, vitamin
D, and substances that help you digest foods. Blood is watery, and cholesterol
is fatty. Just like oil and water, the two do not mix. To travel in the
bloodstream, cholesterol is carried in small packages called lipoproteins
(lip-o-PRO-teens). The small packages are made of fat (lipid) on the inside and
proteins on the outside. Two kinds of lipoproteins carry cholesterol throughout
your body. It is important to have healthy levels of both: Low-density
lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol is sometimes called bad cholesterol. High LDL
cholesterol leads to a buildup of cholesterol in arteries. The higher the LDL
level in your blood, the greater chance you have of getting heart disease. Less than 200 mg/dL of
LDL is desirable and greater than 240 mg/dL is considered high. High-density
lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol is sometimes called good cholesterol. HDL carries
cholesterol from other parts of your body back to your liver. The liver removes
the cholesterol from your body. The higher your HDL cholesterol level, the
lower your chance of getting heart disease.
HDL less than 40
mg/dL (for men) is considered a major risk factor and an HDL of 60 mg/dL and
above is considered protective against heart disease. HDL good cholesterol and fiber is found in
oatmeal and brown rice. Red meat should avoided and beans are a good protein substitute.
An aneurysm (AN-u-rism) is an abnormal bulge or “ballooning” in the wall of an
artery. Arteries are blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood from the heart
to other parts of the body. An aneurysm that grows and becomes large enough can
burst, causing dangerous, often fatal, bleeding inside the body. Most aneurysms
occur in the aorta. The aorta is the main artery that carries blood from the
heart to the rest of the body. The aorta comes out from the left ventricle
(VEN-trih-kul) of the heart and travels through the chest and abdomen. An
aneurysm that occurs in the aorta in the chest is called a thoracic
(tho-RAS-ik) aortic aneurysm. An aneurysm that occurs in the aorta in the
abdomen is called an abdominal aortic aneurysm. Aneurysms also can occur in arteries
in the brain, heart, intestine, neck, spleen, back of the knees and thighs, and
in other parts of the body. If an aneurysm in the brain bursts, it causes a
stroke. About 15,000 Americans die each
year from ruptured aortic aneurysms. Ruptured aortic aneurysm is the 10th
leading cause of death in men over age 50 in the
23. Treatment recommendations for aortic aneurysms are based on the size of the aneurysm. Small aneurysms found early can be treated with "watchful waiting." If the diameter of the aorta is small-less than 3 centimeters (cm)-and there are no symptoms, "watchful waiting" and a followup screening in 5 to 10 years may be all that is needed, as determined by the doctor. If the aorta is between 3 and 4 cm in diameter, the patient should return to the doctor every year for an ultrasound to see if the aneurysm has grown. If the aorta is between 4 and 4.5 cm, testing should be repeated every 6 months. If the aorta is larger than 5 cm (2 inches around or about the size of a lemon) or growing more than 1 cm per year, surgery should be considered as soon as possible. Two main types of surgery to repair aortic aneurysms are open abdominal or open chest repair and endovascular repair. The traditional and most common type of surgery for aortic aneurysms is open abdominal or open chest repair. It involves a major incision in the abdomen or chest. General anesthesia is needed with this procedure. The aneurysm is removed and the section of aorta is replaced with an artificial graft made of material such as Dacron® or Teflon®. The surgery takes 3 to 6 hours, and the patient remains in the hospital for 5 to 8 days. It often takes a month to recover from open abdominal or open chest surgery and return to full activity. Open abdominal and chest surgeries have been performed for 50 years. More than 90 percent of patients make a full recovery.
24. Heart surgery is used to correct
serious heart problems. The most common type of heart surgery for adults is coronary artery
bypass grafting (CABG).
During CABG, surgeons use healthy arteries or veins taken from another part of
the body to bypass (that is, go around) blocked arteries. CABG relieves chest
pain and reduces the risk of heart attack. Heart surgery
also is done to: Repair or replace
valves that control blood flow through the heart Repair abnormal or damaged structures in the
heart Implant medical devices that
regulate heart rhythms or blood flow
Replace a damaged heart with a healthy heart from a donor (heart transplant).
Traditional heart surgery, often called "open heart surgery," is done
by opening the chest wall to operate on the heart. Almost always, the chest is
opened by cutting through a patient's breastbone. Once the heart is exposed,
the patient is connected to a heart-lung bypass machine. The machine takes over
the pumping action of the heart. This allows surgeons to operate on a still
surgery is done to correct problems with the heart. More than half a million
heart surgeries are done each year in the
25. FY 2009 federal account deficits – the $3.5 million Federal Highway Administration (FHA) leadership deficit and $350 million Social Security staffing deficit – must be redressed. The federal government was kind enough to give the people a tax rebate. It is only fair that at the end of FY2008 the people would balance the federal budget for FY 2009. Budget shortfalls in the Highway Trust fund have weighed against a $3.885 million deficit in the Federal Highway Administration. For the past five years the Social Security administration funding has created a staffing shortage of 8,100 social workers, who at $40,000 a year would cost $350 million annually. There are however administrative costs and legal fees, not to mention the $1 billion cost of $500 dismissals for the 1.4 million people were awaiting a decision on their initial claim or appeal for Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits as of early 2008. Although they have not gone unnoticed, FHA and SSA do not seem to enjoy the satisfaction of their appetite as the FDA and USDA food inspectors, by Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH). The FHA and SSA are therefore remanded to the jury to nullify the tax laws that deny their reasonable $350 million and $3.5 million demands for a tax deductible verdict. SSA may also ask the jury permission to administrate +/- $1 billion in $500 dismissals for all 1.4 million backlogged petitioners, who must be enabled to re-file by mail, if still in need.
26. Revenues for the Federal Highway Trust Fund begin falling short of planned federal spending in FY 2009. The fund provides the overwhelming bulk of federal dollars spent on highways. It gets its money mainly from the 18.4 cents-a-gallon excise tax that drivers pay at the pump. About 45% of all highway spending comes from the trust fund. With less funding states must turn elsewhere. The fuel tax would have to be increased by 10 cents per gallon through 2015 to restore the purchasing power of the program. The Senate Finance Committee is looking into temporary ways to refinance the trust fund, including redirecting some transportation-related taxes that now go into the government's general account and clamping down on gas tax fraud. A Transportation Department commission also plans to issue recommendations by the end of this year. By the middle of the next decade, the highway trust fund will be providing $100 billion to $150 billion below real needs for building highways and bridges, The Federal Highway Administration Discretional Budget Authority is running a deficit of -3,885,000, a -26.63% change from the surplus of the year before. In accepting this proposed tax deductible contribution from the federal jury the Commissioner of Social Security shall not fail to offset the $3.9 million deficit in the Federal Highway Administration Discretional Budget Authority.
27. The SSA administration budget has been $720.0 million dollars, and about 8,000 work years reduction short for the last five years. It is interesting to note that while total Executive Branch employment is expected to increase 2.1% from FY 2006 to FY 2008, SSA’s employment is expected to decrease by 6.2%. Overall agency employment dropped from 63,569 in 2003 to 60,206 at the end of 2007. The 2008 appropriations was the first time that Congress has appropriated at or above the President’s Budget request since 1993. Extra funding will be used to strengthen direct service operation with the hiring of 3,900 employees, 1,300 employees more than the expected losses for this year. We urge approval of no less than $10.1 billion for SSA in Fiscal Year 2008. Additional resources above the President’s Budget Request of $9.597 billion are absolutely essential to begin the restoration of the service levels that the public deserves from SSA. The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) and other groups interested in the SSA administrative cost crisis recommended that SSA be allocated $11 billion in administrative cost or $673 million over the President’s budget in FY 2009. This amount would restore some lost staff and allow the Agency the opportunity to significantly reduce backlogs. The jury shall therefore make $350 million available to SSA over their enacted budget to begin hiring 8,100 social workers, at an estimated $40,000 a year, for a total of $11 billion in FY 2009 and $11.5 billion in FY 2010, to ensure adequate staffing of the social security administration.
28. Since 2000 there has been a breakdown in funding for the Social Security Administration (SSA) and despite a productivity increase of more than 15 percent since 2001, the administrative funding SSA has received has been well below the level needed to keep up with this growing workload. From Fiscal Year (FY) 1998 through FY 2007, SSA received a cumulative total of $1.3 billion less than was requested by the President, and $4.6 billion less than the Commissioner’s own budget for the agency. As a result, by the end of calendar year 2007, SSA staffing had dropped to almost the level in 1972 - before the start of the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program - even though SSA’s beneficiary population has nearly doubled since that time. The dramatic increase in the disability claims backlog coincides with this period of under-funding the agency, leaving people with severe disabilities to wait years to receive the benefits to which they are entitled. The average processing time for cases at the hearing level has increased dramatically since 2000, when the average time was 274 days. In the current fiscal year, SSA estimates that the average processing time for disability claims at the hearing level will be 535 days, nearly twice as long as in 2000. The primary reason for the continued and growing disability claims backlogs is that SSA has not received adequate funds for its management costs. Although Commissioner Astrue has made reduction and elimination of the disability claims backlog one of his top priorities, without adequate appropriations, the situation will deteriorate even more..
29. The number of disabled workers drawing Social Security Disability Insurance has more than doubled since 1990 from 3 million to 6 ˝ million, an increase of 117% and the number of disabled SSI beneficiaries has increased during this same time period by 66%. 1.4 million people were awaiting a decision on their initial claim or appeal for Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits as of early 2008. Initial applications for disability benefits have grown over 20% in the last decade. As of March 2008 the backlog of appealed cases is over 750,000. These people wait, on average, nearly 500 days from the beginning of their claim to receiving a final determination. Almost 300,000 of these cases are over a year old. If SSA continues the current process of excessively denying eligible claimants initially, the administrative costs will naturally escalate as more cases continue to be appealed and waiting times increase. Obviously, wrongful initial denials cause great hardship to citizens who have paid their Social Security taxes to obtain insured status and do not receive the benefits to which they are entitled.
30. Under the Federal Food,
Drug and Cosmetic Act, any food that is “prepared, packed, or held under
insanitary conditions whereby it may have become contaminated with filth, or
whereby it may have been rendered injurious to health” is deemed adulterated
and its sale is prohibited. The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) is responsible for ensuring the safety of roughly 80
percent of the
31. In November 2007, FDA released its Food Protection Plan, which articulates a framework for improving food safety oversight. The FDA plans to spend about $90 million over fiscal years 2008 and 2009 to implement several key actions, such as identifying food vulnerabilities and risk. For example, based on FDA estimates, if FDA were to inspect each of the approximately 65,500 domestic food firms regulated by FDA once, the total cost would be approximately $524 million. The numbers of food firms have increased while inspections have decreased. For example, between 2001 and 2007, the number of domestic firms under FDA’s jurisdiction increased from about 51,000 to more than 65,500, while the number of firms inspected declined slightly, from 14,721 to 14,566. If the FDA were to inspect each of the approximately 65,500 domestic food firms regulated by FDA, at the Commissioner’s May 2008 estimate of $8,000 for a domestic food safety inspection, it would cost approximately $524 million to inspect all of these facilities once. Similarly, if FDA were to inspect each of the 189,000 registered foreign facilities (which includes facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or hold foods consumed by Americans) at the Commissioner’s estimated cost of $16,700 per inspection, it would cost FDA approximately $3.16 billion to inspect all of these facilities once.
32. Despite its growing list of responsibilities and accompanying needs, FDA's budget has declined in real terms. In recent years, its annual budget requests have not covered its own needs, its annual appropriations have not kept pace with inflation, and the agency has become increasingly dependent on user fees. Federal funding for other public health agencies, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health, has increased, but FDA's federal funding is dwindling. Funding for domestic food investigations is down by a fifth since 2002, even without adjusting for inflation or increased workload.
a. Food safety field, laboratory, and center staff have fallen by 10 to 30%. Staffing levels are now at some of the lowest levels in years.
b. Inspections for high risk food facilities, including fresh produce firms, have declined by a quarter since 2004.
c. Laboratory sampling is down by a quarter since 2003. Even sampling of high risk foods has declined during this time period.
d. The agency is able to inspect less than 1% of food imports. Even as food imports increase, the number of FDA inspectors has fallen since 2003.
e. The number of warning letters issued by the agency for violations of federal requirements has fallen by over 50%, from 1,154 in 2000 to 535 in 2005, a 15-year low.
f. The number of seizures of mislabeled, defective, and dangerous products has declined by 44%.
g. Only one enforcement measure has shown a significant increase over the last five years: the number of FDA-regulated products on the market that had to be recalled increased by 44%, from 3,716 in 2000 to 5,338 in 2005.
In its fiscal year 2008 budget, FDA received approximately $620 million for
food protection, an increase of about $56 million over fiscal year 2007, and directed
$48 million of that amount toward implementing the Food Protection Plan,
according to FDA. FDA requested approximately $662 million for food safety for
fiscal year 2009, an increase of about $42 million over fiscal year 2008. In February 2008, the Science Board estimated
that, to implement its recommendations to protect the nation’s food supply,
FDA’s base budget would need to increase by a total of $755 million by fiscal
year 2013, phased in over time starting with $128 million in fiscal year 2009. In May 2008, FDA’s Commissioner of Food and
Drugs provided his professional judgment in response to a congressional request
of FDA’s immediate resource needs to implement key initiatives across the core
elements of the Food Protection Plan. The Commissioner called for an
additional $125 million for food protection in fiscal year 2008 beyond the $48
million that FDA had already allocated for implementing the Food Protection
Plan in this fiscal year. The plan outlines spending on all three core
elements of the Food Protection Plan––a total of about $21 million for
prevention, about $34 million for intervention, and about $23 million for
response for fiscal years 2008 and 2009. FDA also reported that, in fiscal year
2008, the agency intends to hire nearly 1,500 full time equivalents (FTE),
including approximately 730 to fill vacant positions. Of these, 161 will be new
FTEs funded by congressional increases dedicated to food safety activities. In
addition, in fiscal year 2009, FDA plans to hire 94 new FTEs for food safety
activities. After the Commissioner
provided his assessment of FDA’s resource needs, the Senate passed an Iraq War
Supplemental that included an additional $119 million for food safety to be
available through fiscal year 2009. In addition, on
34. The Food and Drug Administration Globalization Act of 2008 would, in part, provide some of FDA’s requested funds. Safe And Fair Enforcement and Recall for (SAFER) Meat, Poultry, and Food Act of 2007 (H.R. 3484 and S. 3267) would give the USDA and the FDA the authority to mandate recalls of the foods under their respective jurisdictions. USDA has jurisdiction over meat and poultry while the FDA has jurisdiction over fruits and vegetables. H.R. 3485, the TRACE (Tracing and Recalling Agricultural Contamination Everywhere) Act, giving the FDA and USDA the authority to develop a comprehensive food traceability system that tracks foods from the farm to the fork.
35. Psychiatry is the root of all evil. The slavery and enforced medication of the
mentally ill at Probate Court undermines the Justice of the Peace so much that
wills bear this warning label and there is not only incentive but a permanent
conspiracy for the medical establishment to poison them. Psychiatry is the discrimination that drives
the medical establishment to socio-pathy and violence on a scale only those
more skilled with a microscope than people can achieve. Convicted that the populace is fooled the
medical establishment commits the most atrocious crimes short of nuclear
holocaust, mostly to make money making people sick and be paid to treat them
but also for ego and witness elimination.
Now mental illness really occurs.
Mental illness is however discrimination in its purest form, a person
either wishes to justify shirking their responsibilities or is being deprived
of their right to self determination so important to the healer – the
patient. An estimated 25% of the population suffer from mental illness any given year. Suicide takes the lives of an estimated 30,000
mostly teenage and elderly men over 85 in the
36. Extra care must be taken to prevent
the mentally ill from being used in involuntary biological experiments by
people who falsely claim to be their legal representatives. The Declaration
of Helsinki at (24) states for a research subject who is legally
incompetent, physically or mentally incapable of giving consent or is a legally
incompetent minor, the investigator must obtain
informed consent from the legally authorized representative in accordance with
applicable law. These groups should not be included in research unless the
research is necessary to promote the health of the population represented and
this research cannot instead be performed on legally competent persons. At (25) when a subject deemed legally
incompetent, such as a minor child, is able to give assent to decisions about
participation in research, the investigator must obtain that assent in addition
to the consent of the legally authorized representative. The recent breakthrough regarding the human
genome has not yet led to any practical solutions for genetic diseases. Newfound interest in the study of genetics
however poses a great threat to bio-security.
Eugenics proved to be a tragedy for humankind and disaster for the emerging
science of genetics that was tainted.
Eugenics had lost its credibility long before the Nazis appropriated it
for their own horrific purposes. The
science underpinning it was bogus and the social programs constructed upon it
utterly reprehensible. With the
development during the 1930’s and 1940’s of new and more effective technologies
for studying biological molecules in ever greater detail, the social aspects of
genetics faded away in focus upon the greatest biological mystery of all: what
is the chemical nature of genes? The
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) greatly expanded their interest in
the study of genetics
37. The Board of Mental Health and Recovery has failed
The 72 Hour Hold warrants issued by Mobile Crisis of the University Hospital
Psychiatric Emergency Service (PES) to the police are clearly in violation of
federal law pertaining to Enticement into slavery 18USC(77)§1583. Under this law whoever kidnaps or carries away any other person, with the
intent that such other person be sold into involuntary servitude, or held as a
slave shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or
both. If death results from the violation of this section, or if the violation
includes kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or the
attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, the defendant
shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or life, or
42. In Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations Chapter 7-9 housing assistance programs receive special government backing under Section 8 Housing Assistance programs, section 202 Direct Loan Program, Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program and Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Program, Under 24CFR700.125 participants in Congregate Housing Services under section 802(e)(1), (4) and (5) are also eligible if they are temporarily disabled and priority is given to low income individuals. The mixed-finance owner must develop and continue to operate the same number of supportive housing units for elderly persons or persons with disabilities, as stated in the use agreement or other document establishing the number of assisted units, for a 40-year period. The owner must ensure that Section 202 or 811 supportive housing units in the development are and continue to be comparable to unassisted units in terms of location, size, appearance, and amenities. If due to a change in the partnership structure it becomes necessary to establish a new owner partnership or to transfer the supportive housing project, Sec. 891.863. Housing subsidies really need to pay the poor persons so they themselves would honor tenant landlord relations. There needs to be readily accessible, safe and secure temporary housing for people fleeing torture in their home.
In February of 2008 the
46. Research dollars coming in to the
University of Cincinnati (UC) and its affiliates hit
an all-time high in 2007 of $333.5 million. A disproportianate amount of this
research funding goes to the Academic Health Center and affiliates — supported
mostly by NIH grants — brought in more than $270 million in 2007. This
represents 81 percent of the university’s total research dollars. Data for fiscal year 2007 was presented
Tuesday, Nov. 27, to UC’s Board of Trustees by Sandra Degen, PhD, vice
president for research. She said
"The majority of UC’s research funding comes from the National Institutes
of Health (NIH) — a funder of basic and clinical research whose budget has
remained flat for some time now. UC
researchers were able to increase the university’s total NIH funding by more
than $6 million in 2007. That says a lot about the quality of research
happening here. Bio-medical research,
particularly studies that use chemicals to induce diseases in laboratory
animals, rather than searching for a cure, clearly present a hazard to public
health. Until bio-security in
47. Biological research using human test subjects must adhere to the voluntary principles of the Title 45, U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Part 46, Protection of Human Subjects, Revised November 13, 2001, effective December 13, 2001, Declaration of Helsinki and companion Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals. 45CFR §46.102 defines human subject as a living individual about whom an investigator (whether professional or student) conducting research obtains data through intervention or interaction with the individual, or identifiable private information. Intervention includes both physical procedures by which data are gathered (for example, venipuncture) and manipulations of the subject or the subject's environment that are performed for research purposes. Under §46.119 Research undertaken without the intention of involving human subjects. In the event research is undertaken without the intention of involving human subjects, but it is later proposed to involve human subjects in the research, the research shall first be reviewed and approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB).
48. The Declaration of Helsinki at (10) protects the life, health, privacy, and dignity of the human subject. (20) The subjects must be volunteers and informed participants in the research project. Extra care must be taken to prevent the mentally ill from being used in involuntary biological experiments by people who falsely claim to be their legal representatives, at (24) it states for a research subject who is legally incompetent, physically or mentally incapable of giving consent or is a legally incompetent minor, the investigator must obtain informed consent from the legally authorized representative in accordance with applicable law. These groups should not be included in research unless the research is necessary to promote the health of the population represented and this research cannot instead be performed on legally competent persons. (25) When a subject deemed legally incompetent, such as a minor child, is able to give assent to decisions about participation in research, the investigator must obtain that assent in addition to the consent of the legally authorized representative. Under the Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals the care and use of animals shall be such as to minimize discomfort and pain. All measures to minimize pain and distress that would not compromise experimental results may be employed. The ethical treatment of animals is certainly the best guarantee for the ethical treatment of human subjects. It is okay to try new remedies on sick animals but it is not at all recommended to make the animals sick. With literature and drug research as advanced as it is most bio-medical research should involve patients trying remedies that have already shown high rates of success in healing their specific ailment.
49. The County Board of Health allows an estimated $1 million in prescriptions of law going by the name of “bio-terrorism” rather than “bio-security” or “prohibition of biological weapons” every week at their meetings and needs to adopt the more polite language of “bio-security” and reject grants that are so poorly written that they might be superior orders for bio-terrorism. The Health Alliance GC and Hamilton County Clerk are both known for putting cardiac toxins on their b(k)ills. There is also significant evidence that the CMS infringement abets the finance of the unauthorized practice of law, ultra vires, to tenant landlady relations, whereby typically landladies or female cohabitants are paid to give their men the painful and life threatening condition of angina. This torture must stop. Nationally, the American Journal of Physiology poses a serious threat to public health because every issue is filled with toxic and torturous research on animals in laboratories across the nation. Much greater precautions need to be taken with laboratory supplies and Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) really need to make ethics a much greater concern and focus their research on healing. The US shall ensure that the public health laboratories of their physicians are adequately supplied for the region they are located to perform (1) routine health laboratory work for the diagnosis of disease, (2) epidemiological surveillance of pathogens and diseases in the region, (3) analysis of substances suspected of being biological or chemical weapons prohibited by the Attorney General under 18USC(10)I§175
50. Immunity is integral to the defense. Everyone is entitled to medical immunity under the law. Medical immunity is a state of having sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion, and is related to the functions of the immune system. Legal immunity confers a status on a person or body that makes that person or body free from otherwise legal obligations such as, liability for damages, arrest, punishment for criminal acts or unlawful search and seizure. Any action or proceeding brought against an individual who is entitled to immunity shall be dismissed. Such immunity may be established upon motion or suggestion by or on behalf of the individual under 22USC(6)§254d.
51. Article 105 of the Charter of the United Nations provides that the Organization shall enjoy in the territory of each of its Member such privileges and immunities as are necessary for the fulfillment of its purposes. Representatives of the Members of the United Nations and officials of the Organization shall similarly enjoy such privileges and immunities as are necessary for the independent exercise of their functions in connection with the Organization. With respect to a nonparty to the Vienna Convention, the mission, the members of the mission, their families, and diplomatic couriers shall enjoy the privileges and immunities specified in the Vienna Convention under 22USC(6)§254b.
52. The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of April 18, 1961 (T.I.A.S. numbered 7502; 23 U.S.T. 3227), entered into force
with respect to the
on United States December 13, 1972. Article 22 provides, the premises of the mission, their furnishings and other
property thereon and the means of transport of the mission shall be immune from search, requisition, attachment or execution. Article
31 ensures at 1. A diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State. He shall also enjoy
immunity from its civil and administrative jurisdiction. Under Article 39(1&2) Every person entitled to privileges and immunities
shall enjoy them from the moment he enters the territory of the receiving State on proceeding to take up his post to when the functions
of a person enjoying privileges and immunities have come to an end, such privileges and immunities shall normally cease at the moment
when he leaves the country. Under Art. 44 the receiving State must, even in case of armed conflict, grant facilities in order to enable
persons enjoying privileges and immunities, it must, in particular, in case of need, place at their disposal the necessary means of
transport for themselves and their property. States may designate a representative of the mission a persona non grata and have them
prevented from entering or removed from the country.
53. The Convention on Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations of February 13, 1946 elaborates at section 2 the United Nations, its property and assets wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall enjoy immunity from every form of legal process except insofar as in any particular case it has expressly waived its immunity. Under section 3 the premises of the United Nations shall be immune from, requisition, confiscation, expropriation and any other form of interference, whether by executive, administrative, judicial or legislative action. Under Section 4 the archives of the United Nations, and in general all documents belonging to it or held by it, shall be inviolable wherever located. Section 11(a) assures representatives of Members immunity from personal arrest or detention and from seizure of their personal baggage, and, in respect of words spoken or written and all acts done by them in their capacity as representatives, immunity from legal process of every kind.
54. Whenever a witness refuses, on the basis of his privilege against self-incrimination, to testify or provide other information to a Court, Agency or Congress of the United States, the witness may not refuse to comply with the order on the basis of his privilege against self-incrimination; but no testimony or other information compelled under the order (or any information directly or indirectly derived from such testimony or other information) may be used against the witness in any criminal case, except a prosecution for perjury, giving a false statement, or otherwise failing to comply with the order under 18USCV(601)§6002. A Court under §6003, Agency under §6004 or Congress under §6005 may issue an order granting immunity when, (1) the testimony or other information from such individual may be necessary to the public interest; and (2) such individual has refused or is likely to refuse to testify or provide other information on the basis of his privilege against self-incrimination.
55. The Sixth Amendment to the US Constitution is unique in guaranteeing a constitutional right to confront the witnesses against you. The problem of witness intimidation is real and prevalent. Witnesses will not give evidence unless their identity is withheld from the defense. If they will not give evidence, dangerous criminals will walk free and both society and the administration of justice will suffer. The intimidation of witnesses is an age-old and worldwide problem. Witness anonymity and protection are an essential and fundamental requirement for the kind of fair trial which is this country’s constitutional goal (Pointer v Texas 380 US 400, 405 (1965)) and as one of the fundamental guarantees of life and liberty (Kirby v United States 174 US 47, 55 (1899)). The practical significance of this right was explained in a majority opinion of the Supreme Court in Smith v Illinois 390 US 129, 131 (1968) where the petitioner was denied the right to ask the principal prosecution witness either his name or where he lived, R. v. Davis  UKHL 36 June 18.
56. Under 18USC§3521 the Attorney General may provide for the relocation and other protection of a witness or a potential witness and/or their family for the Federal Government or for a State government in an official proceeding concerning an organized criminal activity or other serious offense, if the family or person may be endangered on account of the participation of the witness in the judicial proceeding. The Attorney General may provide, (A) suitable documents to enable the person to establish a new identity or otherwise protect the person; (B) housing and moving costs; (D) payment to meet basic living expenses.
57. The local US Attorney’s Office upholds the Crime Victims’ Rights under 18USC§3771:
(1) The right to be reasonably protected from the accused.
(3) The right not to be excluded from any such public court proceeding, unless the court, after receiving clear and convincing evidence, determines that testimony by the victim would be materially altered if the victim heard other testimony at that proceeding.
58. Medical immunity is a state of having sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion,
and is related to the functions of the immune system. Freedom from unwarranted search and seizure is clearly of utmost important for
the acheivement of the highest level of physical and mental health. First Amendment Privacy Protection protects people and associations
from unreasonable search and seizure unless there is reason to believe that such action is necessary to prevent death or serious bodily injury
59. There is a legal defense that a person is entitled to the Recovery of Civil Damages under 18USC(119)§2520 that provides for a mandatory
$500 civil fine on the second or subsequent offense. Hospitals & Asylum provides for up to $1,000 fine and 12 months in jail, for Intrusion
of Reserves or Violations of Rules and Regulation under 24USC(3)V§154. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) of 1978 provides
for up to up to $10,000 fine and five years in jail under 50USC(36)I§1809. The Supreme Court cannot now refuse the ACLU certiorari so
long as they apply for Civil Liability under 50USC(36)I§1810.
60. The freedom of the medical establishment from unwarranted search and seizure cannot be cheaper than FISA. Fraud and related activity
in connection with computers under 18USC(47)§1030 provides that any person who suffers damage or loss by reason of someone who
knowingly and with intent to defraud, accesses a protected computer, by virtue of containing records or research for a financial institution
or government agency, without authorization, or exceeds authorized access, and by means of such conduct furthers the intended fraud and
obtains anything of value, may maintain a civil action against the violator to obtain compensatory damages and injunctive relief of a fine or
imprisonment for not more than ten years.
cannot justify the immunity of their computerized CMS infringement until Hamilton County
this case is to censure all personally identifying information.
61. The core medical value of health is life. The core religious value of health is
heaven. The core legal value of health
is torture. Health corporations in the
62. For everyone from Wall St. to
63. In regards to Health Care Fraud and Abuse AMA Code of Medical Ethics is consulted under E-9.132 a physician shall deal honestly with patients and colleagues, and strive to expose those physicians deficient in character, competence, or who engage in fraud or deception. Physicians should make no intentional misrepresentations to increase the level of payment they receive or to secure non-covered health benefits for their patients. Under E-2.067 Physicians must oppose and must not participate in torture for any reason. Under E-2.065 physicians can ethically participate in court-initiated medical treatments only if the procedure being mandated is therapeutically efficacious and is therefore undoubtedly not a form of punishment or mechanism of social control. Under E-2.078 Guidelines to Prevent Malevolent Use of Biomedical Research, Biomedical research may generate knowledge with potential for both beneficial and harmful application, when the goals of research are antithetical to the foundations of the medical profession, as with the development of biological or chemical weapons the physician is precluded from participating in the research.
65. To state a claim for relief under 42USC§1983,
a plaintiff must allege facts showing 1) the deprivation of a right or
privilege secured by the Constitution or laws of the United States, and 2) the
deprivation was caused by a person acting under color of state law. Punishments of torture and all other
treatment in the same line of unnecessary cruelty are forbidden by the Eighth
66. The Eighth Amendment's ban
on inflicting cruel and unusual punishments, made applicable to the States by
the Fourteenth Amendment, procribes more than physically barbarous punishments.
It prohibits penalties that are grossly disproportionate to the offense, as
well as those that transgress today's "broad and idealistic concepts of dignity, civilized
standards, humanity, and decency.'"
67. The US District Court is has tried many torturers and needs to get into the practice of paying tort claims. The Collaborative Agreement Global Damage Claims Settlement, made 21 May 2003, calls for a $4.5 million settlement to pay damages for police brutality and wrongful death and unlawful search and seizure. In the Decision and Recommendation Case No. 1:99-cv-3170 Judge Susan J. Dlott and Magistrate Merz upheld the Motion for an Order Directing City and FOP to Comply with Collaborative Agreement No. C-1-99-317 whose purpose is to resolve social conflict, improve community-police relationships, reduce crime and disorder, fully resolve pending claims of all individuals and organizations named in the underlying litigation, implement consensus goals, and foster an atmosphere throughout the community of mutual respect and trust among community members including the police.
68. Unfortunately the US Attorney, engaged in a false arrest on April Fool’s day 2004, malicious prosecution, interstate trafficking of prisoners and failed to register the prisoners in the Bureau of Prison offender locator in the Erpenbeck Co. v. Federal Bureau of Investigation et al Application for Certiorari from the US 6th Cir. App. No. 04-3456&7 June 29, 2004. The District Court really needs to free Erpenbeck Co. to regain the respect of the community and be reinstated to their role as the local federal regulator of the militia. The judge presiding this case, Judge Spiegel is one of the two involved in the Erpenbeck scandal, Judge Dlotte is the other. The Chief Judge Beckwith reduced the Erpenbeck sentence in 2006 but needs to finish apologizing for the tortuous conduct of her deputies and free the family of former homebuilders and bank owners, to the mandatory restitution of Social Security retirement and probation officer under 18USC(77)§1593. We want Erpenback!!!
Judges Dlotte and Spiegel and US Attorney Lockhart seem to intercept all mob
violence cases but having committed their token offense may be the only ones
who enjoy medical immunity when dealing with
70. A tort is defined as, a
wrongful act for which the injured party can recover damages in a civil action.
Since its enactment in 1946, the Federal Torts Claims Act (FTCA) has been the
legal mechanism for compensating people who have suffered personal injury by
the negligent or wrongful action of employees of the
71. To alleviate the torture of heart disease city and state legislatures have banned trans-fats from restaurants. Social security needs to add cardiac disability to the quick list, it is far too painful to require the victims work, more and better social work is certainly needed, so are secure homes. Health cases should provide for the Disclaimer: Biological Weapons are Prohibited. CMS contractors should display in the letterhead Poison Control 1-800-222-1222.
72. In the Book of Esther: The Megillah with the Complete Purim Evening Service states, “the drinking was according to the law, there was no coercion…there are certain people who do not obey the king’s law…it is not befitting for the king to tolerate them”. Queen Esther states, my people have been sold to be destroyed, to be slain and to be exterminated. Had we been sold as slaves and maidservants, I would have kept quiet, for the adversary is not worthy of the king’s damage. Blessed are you, our God, King of the Universe, Who takes up our grievances, judges our claim, rights our wrong.
Glenn V. Whitaker, Attorney for Harry Fry MD, firstname.lastname@example.org
Krista Kent, Victim Witness Specialist Krista.Kent@usdoj.gov
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