As the Racketeering case of yours truly versus Mitt Romney and his associates continues to what appears to be (finally) a legitimate process, there are several power play issues going on behind the scenes. One issue germane is the fact that the Department of Justice has egg on its face. Instead of admitting such and (finally) getting around to doing their job; a decision upon high has been made to maintain the status quo. With the CoverUps continuing to flow. Hence, the DOJ has denied being duplicitous in covering up Bain Capital frauds.
On October 18, 2013, I sued Mitt Romney, Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital, MNAT law firm, Paul Traub, Barry Gold, Greg Werkheiser and Colm Connolly for Racketeering under 18 USC 1964(c) for violations of the RICO Act. The Court has issued a New Case Order, with specific guidelines on how the trial will progress. As standard procedure, once the parties (defendants) are served their Summons (or waived service thereof) - then they MUST answer.
Upon my request that the court order the U.S. Marshals to serve summons and such being denied, the Court issued this Dec. 18th "IN CHAMBERS ORDER Denying Plaintiff's Request for Service by United States Marshal". Then, coincidently, the DOJ's US Trustee Executive Office ("EOUST") emailed me a letter (on the 18th; but dated the 16th) denying any duplicity in a CoverUp of Bain Capital Frauds. Below the fold we'll discuss why the contentions of the DOJ is BS and the probable bad faith intent to try to give the Defendants a way out - .
The DOJ UST Letter is Suppose to Serve as Romney's Answer
Meanwhile, it just seems fitting that the 60 Minutes article gets inserted here; on how none of the Wall Street rogues are being prosecuted. Oddly enough, CBS is re-airing a 2011 story on failures to prosecute Wall Street Bankers. As if granting me a Christmas present.