Sampling of Letters of Commendations for Rodney Stich FAA Commendations FAA division chief Flight Standards Div. B. Putnam FAA principal operations inspector Broiles FAA principal operations inspector Broiles FAA W. B. Perry FAA Supervisor Los Angeles, Smith Charges of gross criminality in FAA documented by Stich, and supported by Head of the FAA Sky Marshal Program: Report to FAA administrator detailing the specific acts of corruption relating to several aviation disasters, that was cosigned by the original director of the Sky Marshal program. The report in three sections: Part One; Part Two; Part Three. Details in a cover letter to the FAA administrator that accompanied the report signed by Stich and the head of the Sky Marshall program. (PDF format) Commendations by Flying Tigers and Douglas Aircraft after finishing Flying Tigers DC-8 Operating Manual Flying Tigers: Chief pilot Oakley Smith Flying Tigers: Earl Berbrick Flying Tigers: Captain Jack King Flying Tigers: Kissinger Flying Tigers: Richard Stratford Douglas Aircraft engineering test pilot R.M. Sanders FAA inspector Ralph Tranbarger Admissions by Federal District and Appellate Judges at San Francisco stating That Charges were Serious Admissions by a federal district court judge at San Francisco and an appellate judge during oral hearings at San Francisco, admitting the seriousness of the charges made by Stich in a court filing. "Mr. Stich, these are serious charges, but they are for Congress to investigate." Stich responded: "Congress refuses to investigate. But I am not asking you to investigate. I'm here to report the federal crimes to a federal judge as specifically required by Title 18 U.S.C. § 4. In that way I make a record, and when a federal judge performs his or her duty and receives it, that judicial record would required Department of Justice personnel to investigate." Prior to that, in the district court. U.S. District Judge stated that the issues were serious. But the U.S. Attorney stated, in his motion to dismiss, that Stich had no standing to bring the action. (the action reporting deadly crimes against the United States that were ongoing!). U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White's Unprecedented personal letter and apology, dated October 28, 1991: "Dear Mr. Stich, As a single Justice, I can be of no help to you. I am returning your petition. Sincerely yours, Byron White That petition, in which Justice White said he could not be of any help--as a single Justice--contained information of massive corruption in some of the highest offices of the United States--as enablers of some of the nation's worst tragedies, and déjà vu of those that would occur on 9/11 and similar dates. Famous Aviation Litigation Lawyers Lee Kreindler and Stuart Speiser Letter by Lee Kreindler, the head of a top aviation litigation firm, responded to Stich's request for help to expose and halt the corruption within the government's agency responsible for aviation safety: Since we do share ... a common interest in aviation safety and in view of your qualifications in this area, I would like to extend an invitation to you to visit our offices and talk further with us in this area should you ever have occasion to be in New York. Stuart M. Speiser wrote: I certainly appreciate the gravity of the situation described in your letter. In a subsequent letter, Speiser wrote: We found from looking over the material that you sent to us that the matter is so serious and complicated it would be physically impossible for us to do justice to your positions. Another attorney, in Denver, wrote: I wish to warn you once again that you are biting off an awful big piece when you take on United Airlines and the people entrenched in the FAA. As you point out, this thing is getting bigger and bigger all the time ... There are many ramifications that might arise. [That attorney was referring to the evidence that I had that certain people at United Airlines had engaged in criminal acts and that these actions played major roles in several major aviation disasters, including the world's worst at that time. His reference to the matter getting bigger all the time and that many ramifications would arise was true. For instance, major aviation disasters, enabled by the corruption, became worse; and as Stich's exposure actions increased, a powerful source in the federal government (Department of Justice) put into play multiple parallel schemes to silence and harm former federal agent and whistleblower Rodney Stich.] Assistant U.S. Attorney George Stoll, San Francisco Assistant U.S. Attorney George Stoll in San Francisco calling by phone and stating that he was asking Washington to support Stich's lawsuit against the National Transportation Safety Board. (Information in the book, History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to 9/11.) Famous Honolulu newspaper columnist, Eddie Sherman, stated in a email, January 5, 2013: "I found your websites describing your fights against corruption and cover-ups. Your courage is awesome, and your spirit is inspirational!" February 13, 2013: "You sir, are an American hero! Public corruptions ought to be exposed and dealt with." Eddie died on February 22, 2013. 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