Hospitals & Asylums    


Butler County v. Hamilton County HA-19-4-06


Action brought before the Commission on Continuing Legal Education under Rule X of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio that does not seem to authorize them to issue penalties against the Governor for corruption or others although they are divinely placed to refer any untoward military action to the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the Supreme Court under Rule V, the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts-Martial and we hope that Mr. Taft will voluntarily, with the full assistance of the BAR, resolve what I now understand to be our Hamilton-Butler County slavery crisis under Art. 11 of the Ohio Constitution.  To give the freedom of petty offenders and innocent people an arbitrary release date by when all should be duly processed by an impartial tribunal constituted for this occasion we shall go with "Ohio Tax Freedom Day" on April 25th as reported by House Majority Leader John Boehner.  The Ohio Secretary of Treasury shall get Rob Portman to start his new post of OMB out on the right foot by prohibiting this sort of slave treason.  Hamilton County has demonstrated that they desperately require legal assistance to establish a community based corrections program and must in fact establish this local government before engaging in any policing action.


1. To do the Governor justice, shortly before the illegal military operation against Over the Rhine in Cincinnati I met William S. Morris, a lawyer with Frost Brown Todd, in Burnett Woods on Saturday 8 April 2006 who gave me a business card that is now lost or stolen.  He was practicing a speech on some sort of security fraud and I stopped to offer him my CLE support service and after some conversation regarding the political instability in legal research that is infested by either prosecutors or generals depending on the size of the bill was dismissed in favor of a girl.  I saw him again early this morning at the bus stop where he was reading a book on North Korea to which I referred him to the Constitution and Lawsuit that nearly doubled the South Korean GDP although it was rife with money laundering to aggravate the income inequality from whence I suspect his research was directed.  He is brought up so that I can tell the whole truth and discover if he is involved in an organized criminal action against the author, but is not the focus of this action brought before the Commission on Continuing Legal Education under Rule X of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio that does not seem to authorize them to issue penalties against the Governor for corruption or others although they are divinely placed to refer any untoward military action to the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the Supreme Court under Rule V, the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts-Martial and we hope that Mr. Taft will voluntarily, with the full assistance of the BAR, resolve what I now understand to be our Hamilton-Butler County slavery crisis under Art. 11 of the Ohio Constitution and the Model Rules for Community Corrections.


2. After the first meeting with Mr. Morris, whom I hope to be better friends with than I have been with my fugitive mentors AJ Stephani and Anthony J. Principi, I hastily wrote an email as promised that stated,


Dear William S. Morris:


It was a pleasure meeting you in Burnett Woods Saturday 8 April 2006.  Good luck with your speech, it sounds very interesting from the perspective of critical information security and corporate confidentiality and would be a very interesting case to have on my web site that I could then cite and quote from for the benefit of corporations, whom I currently avoid to eliminate the strangely violent conflicts of interest that seem to arise regarding the disparate methods of accounting for wealth and wisdom but are more likely attributed to the spy exposed in Prosecutor v. Joe Deters for which I could use an Attorney to collect my $75,000 from the $6.6 million Owensby settlement of the honest Mayor, without being poisoned again, $10,000 seems fair for your firm, who might enjoy the even shorter Ohio State Debt, Student Loan and Detention Case at I hope to be of service to you and Frost, Brown & Todd LLC as a legal publisher on the Internet whom has been given the authority to grant CLE credit at the rate of 1 credit per 10 single spaced pages by the American Bar Association although you will have to serve the State CLE Administration with the recommendation yourselves.   I am also interested in doing legal research and review for pay but work on the theoretical basis of intellectual property and free public service. To understand what Hospitals & Asylums is about I recommend going to my homepage and taking the time to read the short Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Ethics (CHANGE) before tackling Hospitals & Asylums Statute.  If you choose to submit an essay I will put you in my monthly e mail news list otherwise you will be served quarterly on the Equinox and Solstice in the American Bar Association group.


3. As I feared, after speaking with a local patent prosecutor, the political situation quickly deteriorated and on 10 April 2006 thereafter wrote, The Indignity of Living in the Tri-state if your name rhymes with Sanders and you watch the Fox Channel 19 10 o'clock News HA-10-4-06


In this most recent assault on the dignity of the author, Anthony J. SANDERS, by the porn and drug addicted and illiterate Federal Attorney General high on charges of treason HA-31-3-06, trying to amend Drug Administration Yield that wasn't done in February as requested by local death squad before the HIVe really took off at the end of "homicide season" that officially ends on Easter with the murder of Jesus Christ 0 AD. 


The Kentucky Attorney General only committed the minor crime against humanity of forced relocation at a nursing home, aggravated by a short one month's notice - Kentucky will of course need to pay for this inconvenience if warranted and should not use the "Attorney" General in health cases as the Department of Health or Aging is more appropriate, to avoid the corruption of poisonings as "punishments" that arise from attempts at the application of medical jurisprudence in the less than philosophic (literate) nursing and policing professions other than the scientific specialization of forensics. 


FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) _ When lawmakers return to session today, they'll have three days to pass a budget and vote on other pending legislation.  The time frame gives them little or no time to override any vetos by Governor Fletcher.  The good news for legislators is Fletcher has been briefed on parts of the budget proposal and doesn't know of anything in it that he would likely veto _ at least at this point.  However, that could change after he gets a look at the nearly 18 (B) billion dollar behemoth.  Fletcher says the spending plan, which is expected to be presented to the full House and Senate on Monday, may be the strongest for public education since 1990, when the Kentucky Education Reform Act was passed.  Under the state Constitution, the legislature can meet no longer than 60 days, and must finish its business on or before April 15th.  They've met 57 days so far, leaving them three days to pass the budget and vote on other pending legislation.  This is what we want to see from States, with a little more patience, around the Tri-state and nation. 
CLEVELAND (AP) _ Authorities say a northeast
Ohio couple were plotting to use pipe bombs at the homes of a small-town mayor, the police chief and a judge.  Senior Special Agent Patrick J. Berarducci of the U-S Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says agents arrested 40-year-old Joseph Sands and 34-year-old Dawn Holin yesterday.  Painesville Municipal Judge Michael Cicconetti was to sentence Sands on April 20th for tax evasion. Agent Berarducci says the judge was a target along with North Perry Mayor Thomas Williams and Police Chief Denise Mercsak.  The Associated Press left messages seeking comment for all three.  The case started with a tip to the Madison Township Police Department.  Sands and Holin are in jail and are to be formally charged in federal court in Cleveland later in the day.  This is an objection resulting from the absence of any evidence, a preponderance of federal snitch convictions without any evidence, and the similarity to letter written yesterday or the day before to Senator Bill Frist.  Enforce prison registration as there are now three unregistered federal prisoners and one Hamilton County, Ohio real estate fraud prisoner of the innocent variety facing decades.


MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) _ Officials say an explosion near A-K Steel's blast furnace ignited several fires and injured three workers at the Middletown Works mill late last night.  That's the same plant where union employees have been locked out for six weeks in a contract dispute.  The company says one worker suffered burns, another was treated for smoke inhalation and a third sprained an ankle while helping extinguish one of the fires.  Residents who live near the plant say they heard a loud explosion, then saw a rising mushroom cloud.  The company plans to assess the damage later today.  Blast furnace production wasn't interrupted despite the explosion in a nearby pit that holds a steelmaking waste product called slag.   Please identify investigators of the strike who might divulge inside information from the ATF regarding the popularity of explosives.


FAIRMOUNT, Ind. (AP) _ Police are waiting on test results to find out if a bag found during a drug raid in Fairmount really contained high-grade explosives.  The materials were labeled T-N-T and C-4. James Cronin of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says investigators want to make sure that's what they really are.  Police evacuated residents in a four-to-five-block radius around the home of Thomas and Cynthia Conner for about two hours Thursday night while Fort Wayne bomb squad officers sent in a robot to seize the materials.  Four people were arrested on preliminary drug-related charges following the raid and were booked into the Grant County Jail. The Conners and their 23-year-old daughter have been released on bond. The other -- Marshal W. Smithson -- is still in jail.  This charge is the most believable and might have inspired the other false attacks, but might also have been planted.


HENDERSON, Ky. (AP) _ Police in Henderson, Kentucky say the bodies of two of four men missing in the Ohio River since last Sunday have been recovered.  The body of 21-year-old Quillon Hughes was found yesterday about 150 yards south from the boat ramp where the S-U-V he and six others were riding in went under.  The body of 23-year-old Travis Sanners was found Saturday.  Hughes, Sanners and two of his brothers had all been missing since the accident.  Two women _ 32-year-old Korena Alvira and 32-year-old Diamond Raney both of Evansville, Indiana _ were found dead in the S-U-V. Autopsy results confirmed they had drowned.  Twenty-six Jamie Rakestrew, also of Evansville, is the only known survivor of the group.  Police say Alvira was driving the Ford Explorer when it ran off the Second Street boat ramp and into the river after the group left a bar around 3 a-m April second.  The name Sanners is strikingly similar to Sanders and Sands and there have been a number of poisonings at the Cincinnati Bars and a full test is requested.  You might want to throw the 8 dead in Ontario to witness a Texan flexing his muscle.


CINCINNATI, Ohio A new T-shirt trend threatens anyone who helps police might end up the way that some victims do, dead. Crimestoppers is a well known trademark throughout the county for assisting investigating officers in fighting crime. The phone number 352-3040 is usually at the end of crime stories and emblazoned on billboards across the Tri-State. Captain Steve Lubbe sums up this week where three people were killed in a troubled downtown neighborhood, "it's been a bad, bad week." As police work on trying to find a killer, they are running in to the worst roadblock, sealed lips CrimeStoppers and police were making strides in getting dangerous criminals off of the streets. But the new anti-CrimeStoppers movement has met its match, the T-shirts are emblazoned with a dead body and over the image, a message, "He was a snitch".  Police have said that they are working hard to earn the trust of the community and now that trust is being blatantly mocked. To add insult to the injury, the effects are beginning to be felt as tips are drying up. At a Clifton clothing store that carries a series of the snitch shirts, store manager Jay Davis said that the shirt is what's hot and it's just a matter of supply and demand. "The shirts are catchy, they're trendy that's (the shirts) the trend right now", says Davis. "So supply and demand, that's what I got for them." Davis also added that if he didn't carry the shirts, someone else would carry them and that the store would lose business. Police are still looking for a suspect in the two murders in Over the Rhine. And despite the latest movement they hope that people will not feel intimidated and continue to call CrimeStoppers at 352-3040.  The snitch is propaganda of the coroner to combat the war crime of using people in legal custody to commit crimes, ie as soldiers, or against the taking of hostages in northern Ohio, as for the T-shirt it should be banned from stores, as for the credibility of evidence obtained from snitches, who should not be paid before hand, it has the same validity as entrapment whereby,


If a person is charged with a crime as then result of entrapment then he is not guilty. Government agents entrapped him if three things occurred:


- First, the idea for committing the crime came from the government agents and not from the person accused of the crime.


- Second, the government agents then persuaded or talked the person into committing the crime. Simply giving him the opportunity to commit the crime is not the same as persuading him to commit the crime.


- And third, the person was not ready and willing to commit the crime before the government agents spoke with him.


The government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was not entrapped by government agents.


This should suffice as a defense against any security frauds or burglaries Mr. Morris may have joined in with all the other local lawyers who inevitably precipitate violence and flee so long as he understands this sort of behavior is not befitting of lawyers or civilized people in general, who are obligated to bring the malicious government agents of a judicial nature to the justice of the Continuing Legal Education Program where there is sufficient immunity from prosecution for impartial legal decisions to be rendered.  I hope he someday writes something to me by email overturning a decade of negligence in regards to my intellectual property rights by the legal profession that behaves in a decidedly antisocial fashion with a tendency for outright insanity when confronted with moral conscience conceived in Israel and born in the Netherlands, hopefully for our mutual financial gain or at least the peace conferred by Form 5 rather than Form 6 limited to only 10 credits biannually by the CLE program under Rule X Regulation 403 of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio.


4. Having introduced myself as a man fool enough to beg to be the client of an attorney, the case at hand that we must address as residents of Ohio is the human trafficking between Hamilton and Butler County that is in a gross violation of law that needs to be remedied through competent adjudication ostensibly by the State of Ohio in foundation of a Cincinnati Community Corrections Program with the many buildings that have been vacated as the result of the exodus from the persecuted and money laundered village.  The Cincinnati Police and Hamilton County Sheriff have joined together to break the laws abolishing slavery set forth in the body of the Model Rules for Community Corrections that establishes the government needed to reign in the racketeering and slavery that is greater than two times the legal concentration in Hamilton County and second highest in the state of Ohio, they are renowned for being the most homicidal.  This slave trade is the final offense of Colonel Streicher who is brought before the State with consideration for a dishonorable discharge in light of the absence of public safety documented in the (secret police producing) Global Settlement and Collaborative Agreement that the Hamilton County Sheriff refuses to confess to.  These armed forces are both outlaws who have incarcerated over 400 people from the impoverished community of Over the Rhine in the past week without charge, inspiring a cross county shoot out that has led to the murder of Kabaka Oba in front of City Hall and death threats against the Butler County auditor after Streicher sought to defend his slaving by invoking the treason of Hamilton County Commissioner Phil Heimlich.  The State of Ohio must not tolerate this militant behavior and the disciplinary counsel of Continuing Legal Education is sought to determine whether there is any wisdom left in our Governor.  


5. Kabaka Oba - the slain outspoken political critic, was shot across from Cincinnati City Hall last week - will be buried next to the man whose death five years ago fueled his passion for community activism.  Roger Owensby Sr. said Oba would be buried next to his son, Roger Owensby Jr., at Crown Hill Memorial Park in Colerain Township. The 48-year-old Oba died at 3:46 p.m. Saturday at University Hospital of injuries from Wednesday's shooting, three days after the incident on Plum Street, three floors below Cincinnati City Council's weekly meeting.  Oba was a regular - and controversial - speaker at City Council and other government-body meetings. West End resident Howard Beatty, 52, has been charged with attempted murder in the case, charges that will likely now be upgraded to murder. Beatty is being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $1 million bond.  Owensby said he it would be appropriate to have Oba buried next to his son. Oba began a close relationship with the Owensby family after Owensby Jr. died while in Cincinnati police custody on Nov. 7, 2000.  Owensby said Oba helped his family bring the message of their son's death to the community.  "I'm going to miss him ... He was a great friend, and I'm going to miss him," Owensby said outside the hospital Saturday. "He always brought my son's name up when he talked about police brutality. I disagreed with some things he did, but when I talked to him, he toned it down."  Oba's brother, Ted Bailey, was surrounded by family members, friends and community activists who repeatedly chanted the shot leaders name after Bailey announced his brother's death. Bailey said his brother had been a mentor and idol to him and that Oba had fought "a valiant fight" to live, but ultimately succumbed to his injuries.  "(Oba) died with dignity. And you know what? I am kind of relieved now that he is not in pain," Bailey said. "I can walk away now and feel good about the things my brother did, the things he stood for."  Bailey had said previously that he did not always agree with how his brother chose to express his views, but he respected him for doing it. Oba graduated second in his high school class to Municipal Court Judge William L. Mallory, brother to Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory. When he didn't get a scholarship, Oba chose to enter the Army, Bailey said.  "He served his country well," Bailey said. "But when he got out he said 'You know what? I don't like what's going in this country so I am going to try and change it.”  The mayor issued a statement Saturday after Oba's death. "I want to express my deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Kabaka Oba. I have known Kabaka for many years. Even though he was seen as controversial, some of the ideals that he talked about like economic inclusion, equality and justice cannot be disputed and should be embraced by all."  Joe Wessells wrote, “Plans Announced for Kabaka Oba burial.” For the Kentucky Post on 17 April 2006.


6. When the Hamilton County commissioners announced their intentions to rent jail space from Clermont County, many residents were surprised, but most notably, so were Sheriff A.J. "Tim" Rodenburg and county Administrator Dave Spinney. While Rodenburg did receive one phone call from Commissioner Phil Heimlich, more concern than anything else was passed on by the sheriff to the commissioner. "Someone either jumped the gun or somehow the information was twisted and misconstrued," Rodenburg said.  Michelle Shaw wrote Plans for New Jail Surprise Sherriff and County Administrator on 13 April 2006 for the Community Press.  Although final details still are being worked out, the tentative agreement between Butler and Hamilton counties for Butler to house at least 200 prisoners in its county jail appears to be a good one. Hamilton County can start locking up criminals again and Butler County can use its extra jail space to bring in revenue to the county's general fund. Additionally, it should bolster the economy and the tax base as new sheriff's deputies will need to be hired.. At $65 per day per prisoner for a total of $1.8 million.  A tentative deal was struck between officials in Butler and Hamilton counties could mean fewer criminals running free on Cincinnati streets and more money in Butler County's coffers. Hamilton County officials on Wednesday announced plans to transfer up to 200 of their jail inmates to Butler County's jail while they hammer out financing and construction plans for a new jail.  Butler County's jail population could grow by 200 prisoners within the month as officials in neighboring Hamilton County begin work to ease an overcrowded jail situation there. "The revolving door of the (Hamilton County) Justice Center is now closed," Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Monzel said during a press conference announcing a contract between the neighboring counties. "That word needs to go out to the citizens.”  Hamilton and Butler county officials are expected today to announce an agreement for the housing of Hamilton County prisoners here, officials said Tuesday night. "It was confirmed to me (Tuesday) by our sheriff that there is a proposal on the table to take as many as 200 prisoners a day from Hamilton County to Butler County," Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune said. The deal couldn't come at a better time, said Butler County Commissioner, the prisoner deal will eliminate deficit and tax hike.  Butler County Journal 4-14 April 2006.


7. After a second conference with Mayor Mallory’s secretary yesterday, 18 April 2006, where the discharge of Police Chief Col. Streicher was breeched without reference to the Uniform Code of Military Justice that is required in his trial, political activity was finally noted on the Hamilton County Jail Fraud Case that moved to impeach Hamilton County Phil Heimlich in January but the candidate, Alicia Reece proved to be a fair weather friend, albeit of the fair sex, race and political party in contention with the controversial nominee who must defend himself against the same case; that states, its entirety:


Hamilton County Electoral Fraud HA-1-11-05











8. Annual Report on Commitments 2004 pp21 reports that Hamilton County made 2,553 commitments to state penal institutions in 2004, 10.7% of total commitments to the aforementioned institutions.  The July 1, 2003 Institutional Census pp. 3 reports that 4,571 offenders from Hamilton County were detained 10.08% of 45,363 state prisoners, Male 4,342 10.22% Female 229 7.93%.  It has also been estimated that there are 2,500 detainees held in the three adult correctional institutions and substance abuse treatment hospitals (long term) not to mention two facilities for juveniles.  This brings Hamilton County to an estimated adult grand total of 2,500 + 4,571 = 7,071. 


The equation for determining how many people are detained per 100,000 citizens is as follows


100,000  x 7,071 / 814,611 = 868 detainees per 100,000


9. This is far too high.  It is higher than the national average of 725 that is three times the limit of civilized nations where a legal limit of 250 per 100,000 can be derived.  While statistics may look commendable the total incarcerated population is reported to have declined about 8%, from 49,126 in 1998 to 45,363 in 2003. Almost three-fourths of the decline came among black males, whose numbers went down by 13%, from 24,592 in 1998 to 21,438 in 2003 (a decrease of more than 3,000 inmates). There were declining numbers, as well, of black females (down 22%) and white males (down 2%). On the other hand, the number of incarcerated white females actually rose by 27%. The percent of the incarcerated population committed from the six most populated counties (Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton, Lucas, Montgomery and Summit) declined by 14%. Half of that decline came in Cuyahoga County (where there were 2,128 fewer commitments) and another fourth in Hamilton County (with 1,156 fewer commitments).  Hamilton County should strive to cut their detainee population in half by founding community corrections program with the City of Cincinnati under RC5120.11


10. After witnessing a four car accident in the middle of the night after attending a gathering for David Pepper on Ludlow and then leaving for my father’s in Butler County the next day only to find that some thieves, “just kids” were reported by the police to have stashed stolen goods in the woods in front of his house I realized that I was correct – Mr. Pepper must stop calling his accounts payable, accounts prosecutable like the inane lawyers in this townMr. Pepper’s invasion of privacy is a serious crime against humanity as he is obviously conspires to commit atrocious crimes and is falsely accumulating vast loads of evidence against numerous citizens with the intention to conspire to construct a fourth jail with the County Commissioner Phil Heimlich, although he professes to have reservations in that regards and seemed to like the idea of community corrections.  The seditious conspiracy 18USC(115)§2384 is particularly apparent in the burglary, wire tapping, kidnappings, release of prisoners to commit crimes and other atrocities that point to Mr. Pepper due to circumstantial retaliations against the written word.


11. I believe Mr. Pepper, who we hope is a Democrat, not a demon, was strangely cited for this offense by the press Board of Elections several days before the criminal damaging began shortly after expressing my reservations about my security to his campaign manager who convinced me to attend the political party down the street from my apartment.  Mr. Cranley has possibly remedied much of the problem by putting the police officers on the street.  But the question remains is Mr. Pepper too evil and corrupt to be permitted to run for Mayor?  He has a good plan, but is totally dishonest in regards to privacy, not dissimilar to many attorneys these days.   I think if Mr. Pepper can give us back our privacy and scrap his surveillance plan he will be okay, particularly if he heeds my words and realizes that his misguided attempts at prosecution (hatred) are actually directed at his accounts payable, legal researchers and impoverished residents of Over the Rhine, who need to be filed with the appropriate one time payroll authority who should be politically neutral and supervising of all candidates to prevent any undue advantage from accruing therefrom.  This could also be the plot of the Mayor to elicit this remark from me after making some crude comment in regards to his departure to live in the haunted house.  As for Mr. Pepper, he is young, I believe he can learn but needs to desist in his princely behavior as it is unbefitting of a gentlemen.  A politician must not attack his constituents with secret police, a politician must not hire hit men or police to pull stunts or surveillance and a politician must not mock the dignity of his teacher or suffer to live in hypocrisy.  If the truth about your crimes disturbs your sleep get a prescription for sleeping pills or become a scholar, they never sleep when entertaining the exorcism of demons through democratic principles.  Whatever the case the constitution is quite clear – it is prohibited for the government to have a policy of invading privacy. 


12. Phil Heimlich, a Republican conspirator, has also committed an atrocious crime by stating at the Rotary Club, at the first state of the County Address, that he was planning on embarking on the construction of a fourth jail for our terrorized county without conducting the corrections study promised.  His citation that 8,000 or so detainees were released is not sufficient to warrant the construction of a new jail.  Community corrections is the only way to care for the many people from broken homes in our town.  We need to treat these people in a humane fashion before the hatred of the judges and jailers in this town twists them into the hardened criminals that they become, or are portrayed to be by the real perpetrators who hold highly paid positions with the government more often than not.  To stop the flight from our city that has suffered a decreased in population of 6.3% since 1990, 3.8% since 2000 we must stop the atrocious crimes against humanity that are perpetrated by the politicians, police, courts and their Mafioso who use Cincinnati and its residents as their battle field and torture chamber.  Our citizens must be treated with respect and dignity.  Cincinnatians must be paid for their work and not subjected to hazing, invasions of privacy, telemarketing frauds, incitement of genocide, torture, kidnappings, the death penalty, excessive criminal sentencing, illiterate and/or involuntary legal proceedings or any other crime against humanity intended to make life unbearable for reasons the citizens do not fully comprehend but suspect that it has a lot to do with the preponderance of power held by Cincinnati in the state of Ohio and the violence and ignorance with which they go about their business.


13. Let me then conclude this letter, that is written under duress, with the intention to have all invasions of privacy terminated against me and the people of the City of Cincinnati, with several questions regarding the integrity of the elections that are not in any way intended to cause injustice to prevail as occurred previously before my television was either maliciously destroyed or died of its own accord, along with my mouse, that I replaced.  The TV only received one channel anyways, I think I will be much more literate without one like when I was growing up on the west side of town.  Stay out of my life if you can’t write you cruel cruel people.


Should the politicians blame the people or the people blame the politicians for the seditious conspiracies and crime of the political parties and prosecutors? 


Did the Board of Elections, Court or City Council start the styrene leak?


Did Mayor Luken engage in a Major Fraud against the United States to disturb the primaries or was he merely a cheap skate?


Did Mark Mallory stage a week of prank calls before making one successful telemarketing call after the Styrene leak or was he framed?


Who convicted Mr. Pepper before the meeting and what were the circumstances?


Is Mr. Pepper or the Board of Elections truly responsible for these property crimes and invasions of privacy?


Are these property crimes and frauds then perpetrated by the Board of Elections?


Were they committed by Mr. Pepper?


Can the Board of Elections publicly certify that surveillance programs of City Hall are terminated?


Should Phil Heimlich be subjected to new elections against Alicia Reece or other more humane candidate after the Mayoral elections, perhaps in January, under RC§2733.16?


Should a community corrections program be founded so as to close first one jail and then the next one ward at a time while accepting parolees and probationers and discharging people to safe living conditions so that we could keep our town larger than the 250,000 required for community based corrections under RC5120.11?


Do the fact that every public official and lawyer in this state is totally illiterate we will never know the truth regarding the car crash at Sherlock Dr. and Ludlow Ave. on the early morning of the 22nd and the stolen goods in Butler County on the 23rd.  The prosecutor did it seems to be the most common plea. 


Don’t worry I’ve had this nightmare before, in Mexico.  I went to the house of a magician and he pulled out a banana peel and several other things out of a mysterious hole in the tablecloth.  When leaving the house a crippled and speechless lady who I had seen at several stops along the bus route to Merida, the day before, led me down the road by the arm.  As I looked behind me a black horse was running at me however I was petrified with fear as it came closer and closer and woke up feeling the horse’s breath on my face. 


14. House Majority Leader John Boehner writes, "Tax Freedom Day" in Ohio is April 25th. According to the Tax Foundation, "Tax Freedom Day is the day when Americans finally have earned enough money to pay off their total tax bill for the year."  The Ohio Secretary of Treasury shall get Rob Portman to start his new post of OMB out on the right foot by prohibiting this sort of slave treason. 

This would be an excellent day for the Attorney General to release the unlawfully trafficked detainees under the Civil Rights Act of 2006 
But the Governor is far more competent under Art. 11 of the Ohio Constitution and Rule 13 §270B of the Model Rules for Community 
Corrections.  Let the financing for this Inter-county slave traffic be terminated and the petty offenders and innocent people freed under 
the safe supervision of the governors of the BAR while the political offender(s) are brought before the Board(s) of Elections for new 
elections under RC§2733.16.  Hamilton County has demonstrated that they desperately require legal assistance to establish a community 
based corrections program under RC5120.11 and must in fact establish this government before entering into any militarized policing action.
Respectfully Submitted,
Anthony J. Sanders
Summary of the Chapters on Racketeering