Attorney General Jeff Sessions Named In Criminal Complaint

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An amended verified criminal complaint has recently been filed in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, PA., as well as the District Court of New Jersey, Trenton Division.  The Petitioner, David Moleski, filed a verified criminal complaint against Judge Freda L. Wolfson in the District Court of New Jersey, Trenton Division.  The brief charges that Wolfson obstructed justice when she stated on the record in Moleski’s IRS criminal trial that Public Law 80-772 passed both Houses of Congress in 1947.

Judges are presumed to know the law or where to find it.

The argument presented in the complaint suggests that Judge Wolfson knew in advance pursuant to 18 USC §1512, et seq. that she had no authority to prosecute, adjudge, or imprison Moleski. Attorneys for Moleski and other social justice groups looked at the records in the House of Representatives and the Senate which proved that a different bill passed the House on May 12, 1947 than the one that passed the Senate on June 18, 1948.

Until the Senate and the House pass the EXACT SAME BILL and the bill is signed by the President or the bill is not signed and becomes law because both Houses passed it, there is no law.

Just because the House of Representatives passes a law, does not make it a law without passage of the exact same law from the Senate as well.  Unless both Houses of Congress get together and agree on a bill, no bill exists.

In 2008 Harley Lappin, head if the Bureau of Prisons (BOP), asked the Department of Justice No. 2 person to investigate Public Law 80-772, including 18 U.S.C. Section 3231.  The Department of Justice, along with the clerk for the House of Representatives and the National Archives, also were asked to investigate the validity of Public Law 80-772.  The Department of Justice determined that Public Law 80-772 was unconstitutional, as memorialized in the Lappin Memorandum, July 27, 2009, which was sent to BOP staff by Harley Lappin.  Witnesses are available to confirm the validity of the Lappin Memorandum.

6 documents from the clerks of the House of Representatives and Senate also confirm the fact that Public Law 80-772 is unconstitutional.  In addition, 3 affidavits, including one from a judge, confirm that Public Law is unconstitutional and not a law.

Not only is Public Law 80-72 unconstitutional, and not a law, but the judge could not transfer a judgment to the Bureau of Prisons because 18 U.S.C. §§ 4082 and 4081, are not valid Statutes.

The criminal complaint is being expanded to include Jeff Sessions, Attorney General, who was notified about the errors in the Moleski case, but continues to allow him to be imprisoned.For more information contact Tony Davis, (512) 551-3606 and [email protected].