Sampling of Favorable Responses to Reports of Corruption
And Resulting Catastrophic Events
The following are a sample of letters sent to members of Congress, and their replies, over a period from mid-1960s to the present date. The letters that former federal agent Rodney Stich sent to members of Congress provided details that he and his group of other insiders had discovered during their professional duties of hardcore corruption and resulting major national harm, deaths, and catastrophic events.
Members of Congress
From Senator Robert Kennedy to
Stich, offering to help.
In a subsequent letter, probably
due to pressure from department of Justice personnel, he only offered to
help Stich talk with FAA personnel. Since the evidence of criminal
conduct by FAA personnel and several closely related aviation disasters and
deaths, existed, that offer was ludicrous.
Senator Robert Kennedy, March 20, 1967, referring to Kennedy's offer to
help talk with FAA and CAB aviation safety officials about their role
in a long series of airline disasters made possible by the aviation safety
problems they were covering up. Stich's letter was very critical of
Kennedy's offer, since criminal investigation was necessary,
including Stich's massive evidence of corruption in the FAA and complicity
of cover-up by CAB—not talk.
George Murphy to Stich, October 8, 1968. Offered to assist in exposing
corruption in FAA that was enabling a continuing series of airline
disasters, often every few months. Nothing transpired.
William Proxmire to Stich, October 26,1968. Stated appreciation for
disclosing criminal malfeasance in the Federal Aviation Administration,
which enabled to occur many of the nation's great airline disasters.
(Details in the book written by an insider, History of Aviation
Disasters: 1950 to 9/11.)
From Senator Paul
Laxalt to Stich, November 13, 1986. Acknowledged receipt of the book, Unfriendly Skies, stated the book clearly outlines the problems which
Stich raised in a federal lawsuit seeking to expose and correct the deadly
From FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to Senator George Murphy, April 24,
1969. Hoover engaged in a cover-up and falsely implied that Stich was
contacted by FBI personnel and that the information indicated no federal
offense. That was a lie and obstruction of justice.
From Senator George
Murphy to Stich, May 5, 1969. Offered to help in exposing the deadly
misconduct within the FAA. Nothing followed.
Barry M. Goldwater, Jr., to Stich, January 28, 1975. Stated appreciation
for information on the problems in the FAA. Nothing followed.
Sam Nunn to Stich, September 11, 1991, relating to October Surprise.
Admitted receiving details of the October Surprise scheme, as given to Stich
by CIA personnel directly involved in the scheme, and admitted the
seriousness of the matters. Cover-up followed.
From Representative Lee Hamilton to Representative George Miller, to Stich,
August 30, 1991, relating to October Surprise. Referred to Stich's
disclosure of details on October Surprise scheme. Cover up followed.
Sam Nunn to Stich, September 11, 1991. Referred to detailed
information provided by Stich on October Surprise scheme, and referred to
"seriousness of the allegations." Cover-up followed.
From Senator Joseph
R. Biden, Jr. to Stich, July 26, 1991, relating to corruption in covert
and overt government positions related to major national events, some
From U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Byron White to Stich, October 28, 1991, responding to
information of major criminal activities discovered by Stich and his group
of other former government agents.
From Senator Alan
Cranston to Stich, January 7, 1992. Referred to Stich's information on
October Surprise and the cover-up occurring by Republicans in Congress.
From Senator Alan
Cranston to Stich, January 22, 1992. Stich had reported details to him
about the October Surprise operations that Stich had learned directly from
two CIA assets who were directly involved in that covert operation. No
meaningful interest shown.
candidate Ross Perot from Stich, February 17, 1992. Discussing October
Surprise and prior three-way conversation with CIA asset heavily involved in
the October Surprise operation,
U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter's secretary to Stich, February
10, 1994, thanking Stich for sending him the book, Defrauding America.
Dianne Feinstein to Stich, November 1, 1995, relating to Stich's
information of corruption among officials in the U.S. Department of Justice.
These problems played major enabling roles in the recent 1993 World Trade
Center bombing and several al Qaeda attacks on major U.S. targets that would
soon occur. She covered up for the highly explosive information coming from
a former federal agent with numerous contacts with people in the covert and
law enforcement operations.
From Senator Dianne Feinstein to Stich, September 19, 2002, relating to Stich's information of corruption in the Ninth Circuit federal courts and the FAA, both of which played major enabling roles in the September 11, 2001, hijackings of four airliners. Cover-up continued, since her former cover-up played an enabling role in the 9/11 hijackings that would lead to two major wars.
More letters sent to government personnel reporting criminal activities in major covert and overt government operations are at the following Internet locations:
Books by insiders that document
decades of covert and/or corrupt activities by
America's secret government.
All of the books are available at amazon.com, in print and on digital formats, and at many other Internet sites. They bring together the various pieces of the puzzle to better understand the overall picture, and why the same conditions continue year after year. Information on the books by former government agent Rodney Stich
Sampling of early books reviews
Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.