Sampling of Letters Showing Concern—Or
The Standard Cover-Up (Obstruction of Justice)

The following are a sampling of letters received by the corruption-fighter, Captain Rodney Stich, in response to his letters reporting the corruption to members of Congress who had a moral and legal responsibility to receive the information. This sampling of responses should be coordinated with the list of letters and faxes sent to members of Congress, and comparing the serious charges and deaths with the absence of responses and those partial responses.

The charges were so serious, and the consequences, if true, were of such catastrophic consequences, that failure to act would be  not only irresponsible, but under criminal statutes, obstruction of justice.

The federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, provides that anyone knowing of a federal crime must report it to a federal judge or other federal official. A member of Congress would be included in that. And any government official being offered information or evidence of a federal crime must receive that information and insure that it is being property investigated.

When the ripple effects, the Butterfly Effects, are recognized, and the details of the corruption understood, it can then be seen that the ripple effects of what Stich sought to correct were the same culture that created the conditions that made it simple for terrorists to hijack four airliners on 9/11.

In a few cases, the members of Congress admitted the gravity of the charges. None ever allowed Captain Stich  to provide details that were necessary to support the charges.

Most engaged in the standard obfuscation, plausible denial, willful ignorance, truth evasion, willful ignorance, that has been standard for decades in the oligarchy of the U.S. government. Sampling of letters that Stich sent to members of Congress.

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Sampling of letters sent to the corruption-fighter, Captain Rodney Stich

Acknowledging the Deadly Corruption in the FAA That
FAA Airline Safety Inspector Rodney Stich Had Been Fighting

Admitting the Seriousness of Stich's Charges

From Former U.S. Attorney General and Then Senator, Robert F. Kennedy

Rep. Gonzalez Referred to Deadly Airline Disasters That Stich Had Forewarned

Congress Abolished the Federal Aviation Agency

In 1966, Congress legislated the abolishment of the Federal Aviation agency the replaced it with the Federal Aviation Administration, under  the newly created Department of Transportation (DOT). These changes took effect on April l, 1967.

New York Judge Admitting Seriousness of Stich's Charges

FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover's Cover-Up Complicity

Airline disasters continuing to occur for many years.

Senator William Proxmire Showing Support

Senator Harry Reid Support Captain Rodney Stich's Charges

Bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie.

Senator Joseph Biden

Discovery of massive CIA corruption—protected by personnel in DOJ, National Security, Congress, and mainstream media.

Response to Insider Information on October Surprise Scheme

Senator Sam Nunn Referring to Seriousness of Allegations

Senator Edward Kennedy Referring to Seriousness of Allegations

Unprecedented Apology by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White

Years of Continuing Support by Representative Henry Gonzalez

Harm Inflicted Upon the People While Perpetrated Being Reported:
System Using Public as Feeding Trough Protecting Themselves

1992: Consequences of the corruption Stich was reporting during this period, World Trade Center bombing; FBI-DOJ personnel in the Boston and New York City offices involved in murders with brutal mob bosses; and attacks on individual Americans were blossoming, destroying lives and families.

1995:

1996: 

2001:  Series of al Qaeda successes "DOJ and FAA

Other Corruption-Enabled Terrorist Successes Occurring

The worsening corruption, and the culture of cover-up, enabled the terrorist  successes to continue: World Trade Center bombing; bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, downing of TWA Flight 800, and the easily preventable horrific hijackings of four U.S. airliners—despite FBI personnel in the New York City offices having advance information. Despite the horrors enabled by the repeatedly reported corruption, every check and balance, including the media, whose prior cover-ups enabled the worsening consequences, had to remain silent and continue the status quo. Even most of the American public, obsessed with trivia, did not react.

2002: (Continuing cover-ups continued the corruption and led to two wars)

2003:

2005: Nothing changed in America's culture of cover-ups and protecting the government oligarchy

For many years as the corruption-enabling disasters became worse, most of the recipients of the letters and faxes refused to respond, which enabled them to later deny knowing of the serious matters.


Brief Sampling of Discovered Corruption:
1960s to 2005, and Beyond


Sampling of Professionals Discovering
These Matters


Credibility Indications


Consequences of the Cover-Ups


      Documentaries on 50 Years of Corruption In
Government Positions, and the Resulting Tragedies,
Provided by Unique Insiders 

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Sampling of early books reviews

Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.

Credibility information:

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Sampling of Other Letters Sent to Captain Rodney Stich

  • Sen. Clinton P. Anderson, February 16, 1965 (Chairman, Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences).

  • Sen. Mike Monroney, February 24, 1965.

  • Senator Peter H. Dominick, March 2, 1965.

  • Senator Mike Monroney, March 8, 1965.

  • To Senator Peter Dominick, March 14, 1965.  Giving details on the misconduct within the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Representative Henry Gonzalez, March 17, 1965, providing examples of the misconduct within the FAA that enabled to occur several recent airline disasters.

  • To Senator Robert Kennedy, March 20, 1965, reporting FAA corruption and resulting air disaster in New York City. Reply on July 24, 1965.

  • Senator Peter H. Dominick, March 22, 1965.

  • Senator Warren G. Magnuson, Chairman on Committee on Commerce, April 1, 1995.

  • Representative Henry Gonzalez, July 29, 1965.

  • Representative Roy H. McVicker, August 27, 1965, showing continued interest.

  • CAB John W. Dregge to Rep. Roy H. McVicker, Aug. 26, 1965.

  • CAB hearing and Reports division, Donald W. Madole, August 18, 1965, stating no aviation safety problems existedthough he admitted during an earlier phone call that he knew of the serious problems within the FAA and at United Airlines. (United Airlines crashed into Lake Michigan the day before; American Airlines crashed at Cincinnati on Nov. 8, 1965; and United Airlines crashed at Salt Lake City on November 11, 1965.) History of NTSB Cover-Ups: Enablers of Further Crashes and Deaths

  • Sen. Larry Craig, Feb. 24, 1995. His letter acknowledged receiving and intent to read the book, Defrauding America, which detailed multiple areas of criminal misconduct harming the American people, revealed by former professionals in government. His subsequent silence was another example of how everyone in the ruling oligarchy protects each other.]

  • Sen. Barbara Boxer, March 17, 1995, acknowledging copy of the book, Defrauding America, that provided insider information on major corruption affecting national security.

  • Sen. Strom Thurmond, Jan. 4, 1967.

  • Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty, Jan. 9, 1967.

  • Sen. comm. on government operations, Jan. 12, 1967.

  • Rep. Jerome Waldie, Jan. 13, 1967.

  • Office of the Secretary, United States Senate, Jan. 18, 1967. "Congressional committees maintain legislative oversight and review of the Departments and agencies through the media of correspondence and hearings, and other controls are evidenced y the General Accounting Office. Of course, all Departments and their offices are accountable to the statutes which have created their agencies and provide for their operations and appropriations."

  • Sen. Everett McKinley Dirksen, Feb. 8, 1967.

  • White House, Feb. 20, 1967.

  • Sen. Everett Dirksen, Feb. 24,  1967.

  • Sen. Warren Magnuson, April 1, 1967.

  • Rep. Jerome Waldie, April 19, 1967, with a copy of Hoover's reply dated April 18, 1967.

  • Sen. William Proxmire, May. 17, 1967.

  • Sen. Strom Thurmond, May 22, 1967.

  • Sen. Daniel Brewster, May 26, 1967.

  • Sen. Robert Kennedy, June 27, 1967.

  • Sen. William Proxmire, June 27, 1967. Without receiving the massive evidence of corruption in the FAA and the cover-ups by the political Civil Aeronautics Board and the FBI, Sen. Proxmire stated, "I am sorry to say that after extensive research I have failed to find evidence  which  would warrant my pursuing further your grievance with the Federal Aviation Administration." His reference to "grievance" when Stich was reporting corrupt and criminal misconduct, and his cover-up, enabled the corruption to continue, along with the resulting corruption-enabled aviation  disasters and deaths.

  • Sen. William Proxmire, July 7, 1967. Referring to the recent series of deadly airline disasters occurring in Stich's immediate area of official responsibility, and Stich's offer to provide evidence of corruption that enabled them to occur, Sen. Proxmire replied: "I am in no position to request or conduct an investigation." [That position enabled the continuation of horrific airline disasters that could otherwise have been stopped.

1977:

1978:

1979:

1980:

1986:

  • Sen. Paul Laxalt, Nov. 13, 1986. Acknowledge receipt of the book, Unfriendly Skies, and supported what was stated in it for the purpose of a lawsuit. But no help in addressing the serious and deadly misconduct in government offices.

1987:

[In 1987, as the corruption and the consequences spread to other areas, Department of Justice personnel charged Captain Stich with criminal contempt of court for having filed a federal action to report and halt the continuing harm from the corruption. The filing was in accordance with the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4. Federal judges and Department of Justice personnel joined forces to block the reports and repeatedly labeled Captain Stich as engaging in frivolous filings (for attempting to halt the horrendous consequences).

1968:  Aviation disasters from the reported corruption were continuing to occur:

1970:

  • Sen. Alan Cranston, Oct 8, 1970. "I would  be happy to assist you in investigating this situation, ... If you care to send a more general letter on the subject and can make it possible for me to make it known why I am making inquiries, I shall check with the FAA right away."

1975:

  • Sen. Howard Cannon, Jan. 15, 1975, in response to information provided relating to FAA corruption in the deadly DC-10 problems.

  • Rep. Dick Shoup, Jan. 25, 1975.

  • Rep. Barry Goldwater, Jan. 28, 1975. "I appreciate very much your thoughtful letter of January 15

1976:

1988:

  • Sen. Chic Hecht, Sep. 30, 1987

  • Sen. Arlen Specter, Aug. 30, 1988.

  • Rep. Tom Lantos, Aug. 30, 1988. In response to Stich's report of being charged with criminal contempt of court for reporting serious corruption in government and asking for help, Rep. Lantos wrote: "As you point out, you have the constitutional right to petition the government for redress of grievances. I appreciate having that petition." That was the end of that!

  • Rep. Julian Dixon, Aug. 31, 1988.

  • Rep. William Gray, III, August 31, 1988. He was on the committee with oversight on the matters brought to his attention by Captain Rodney Stich. These were committees on Transportation, and on foreign operations. He shifted his moral and legal responsibility by forwarding the letter to Rep. George Miller, who were on other committees.

  • Rep. Carlos Moorhead, Sept 31, 1988, member of the committees on the courts, civil liberties, and the administration of justice. The serious violations against Stich were by federal judges, involved the corrupt administration of justice, and unprecedented civil rights violations against the corruption fighter. Despite his moral and legal responsibilities, he violated them by forwarding the letter sent by Stich to Chairman Rodino for his consideration. That was the end of that.

  • From Rep. Edwards, Sep. 1, 1988. His do-nothing response was to forward the information on serious corruption in government to Rep. George Miller, in whose district Stich resided. Corruption subverting the government of the United States was not a local matter, but a moral and legal responsibility of any member of Congress.;

  • Rep. Moorhead, Sept. 1, 1988

  • Sen. Howard Baker, an undated letter. possibly 1980, totally side-tracked the information brought to his attention and responded with an off-the-shelf  comments on the Watergate matter.

  • Sen. Howell Heflin, Committee on the Judiciary, Sept. 7, 1988. Upon receiving the information on judicial corruption, Sen. Heflin wrote: "As a United States Senator, such complaints [reports] fall outside of my jurisdiction."

  • Sen. Simon, Sept. xx, 1988.

  • Rep. Barbara Boxer, Sept. 7, 1988. Upon receiving the information of serious  corruption in government positions, the duty of all members of Congress to investigate, she claimed no responsibility and referred the matter to a representative where Stich resided.

  • Sen. Keene, Sept. 8, 1988.

  • Sen. Ernest Hollings, Sept. 12, 1988, stated, "in which you state a number of allegations regarding criminal misconduct by the National Transportation Safety Board."

  • Sen. Strom Thurmond, Sept. 12, 1988, responded to Stich's Aug. 24, 1988, certified letter. He was on the Judiciary committee. In response to corrupt activities throughout the federal judiciary, including criminal cover-up of corrupt and criminal misconduct that they  were required to receive; criminal retaliation by federal judges for reporting federal crimes, criminal seizure of assets by federal judges. Sen. Thurmond claimed he had no moral or legal responsibility to act, and referred Stich to the clerk of the courts, who had no such authority or responsibility, and  who were beholden to the judges perpetrating the corruption.

  • Sen. Inouye and Cummisky, Oct 14, 1988. In response to the information on serious misconduct by  federal judges, instead of meeting his moral and legal responsibility, he wrote: "As a matter of Senate courtesy, your petition has been referred to Senator Alan Cranston for appropriate action."

  • Sen. Biden, Oct. 24, 1988, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. When presented with the information on criminal misuse of the federal courts by federal judges—a major and subversive conduct in his area of responsibility—Sen. Biden violated his moral and legal responsibility, including cover-up that would enabled the continuation of grave harm to national security, and referred the matter to Representative Peter Rodino.

  • U.S. Department of Justice, Nov. 16, 1988. In response to criminal misuse of judicial positions by federal judges that also constituted record-setting civil rights violations, the Public Integrity Section referred to Stich reports as a Petition for Impeachment and stated in part: " The Public Integrity Section is part of the Justice Department's Criminal Division and is responsible for investigating and prosecuting federal criminal violations committed by public officials. ... We thank you for bringing this matter to our attention, but regret that we are unable to be of assistance." 

1990:

  • Sen. Sam Nunn, April 2, 1990. His response: "I regret that a full legislative agenda and a heavy influx of mail prevented my responding to you earlier. I appreciate you taking the time to advise me of your concerns. Your thoughts are helpful to me and my staff." [Stich wasn't providing thoughts; he was providing insider information on such matters as ongoing corrupt and criminal misconduct in key government positions that had already enabled years of aviation disasters and were starting to enable a series of terrorist successes, besides subverting major government entities.] 

  • Sen. Howell Heflin, May 31, 1990, "I appreciate your advising  me of your views on the issue of airline safety and appreciate your taking the time to make your book available to me and my staff."

  • Sen. Alan Cranston, Nov. 2, 1990, "I'm glad to look into the matter for you and have asked the Federal Aviation Administration to consider and comment on the issues which you raised."

  • FAA Department of Transportation letter to Sen. Alan Cranston, Nov. 23, 1990, "enclosing the Petition to the Congress of the United Stages for Immediate Investigation and Relief sent to you by your constituent Rodney F. Stich."

  • Sen. Alan Cranston, Dec. 5, 1990. "I'm forwarding on to you the response I've received from the Federal Aviation Administration about possible air safety misconduct and cover-up."  Cranston simply took at face value FAA officials stating everything was fine.

1991: (aviation disasters, terrorist successes,

  • Sen. Alan Cranston, April 8, 1991. In response to Stich's details about criminal misuse of judicial positions by federal judges, Cranston referred to totally unrelated matters such as the complexity of the legal system; the importance of brining criminals to trial, and whether judges have the power to raise taxes. This is called, obstruction of justice, allowing the corruption to continue that were continuing to play enabling roles in a series of terrorist successes.

  • Sen. Sam Nunn, April 9, 1991, after being advised of the criminal misuse of the federal courts to silence the corruption-fighter, a criminal offence, Sen. Nunn violated his moral and legal duty by forwarding the information to Senator Cranston.

  • Sen. John Glenn, April 9, 1991. His response to information for which he had moral and legal responsibility to investigate was to simply forward the information to Senator Cranston.

  • Sen. Joseph Biden, Jr., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, April 11, 1991. Instead of meeting his moral and legal responsibility, he advised contacting the Department of Justice and the clerk of the U.S. Court of Appeals.

  • Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, April 17, 1991, forwarding information to Sen. Alan Cranston. (One of the Keating Five in the Savings and Loan scandal.)

  • Sen. Paul Simon, May  23, 1991, in response to Stich's letter stating two of his CIA sources were directly involved in the October Surprise scheme, made no attempt to get the information  and simply stated in  part: "Thank you for contacting me about allegations tah6t the 1980 Reagan-Bush campaign negotiated a deal with the Iranian government to delay the release of the 52 American hostages until after the 1980 presidential election. I share your concern." [Stich wasn't expressing  concern about the criminal act; he was offering to provide insider information and Sen. Simon blocked it.]

  • Sen. Orrin Hatch, June 6, 1991. "Your points are thought-provoking ..."

  • Sen. James Jeffords, June 21, 1991. stated he was forwarding the information to California Senator John Seymour (a Republican, who would not want to expose the corruption on Republican Ronald Reagan and George Bush in the October Surprise scheme.] Same with Rep John Lewis, June 24, 1991;

  • Rep. George Miller, June 25, 1991, referring to information relating to October Surprise, Iran-Contra, etc. that Stich had learned from his CIA contacts directly involved in those activities.

1993: