Criminals-in-law STEAL and INTERCEPT my Priority Mail, sent to the federal courthouse, in order to prevent the filing of a lawsuit against them. PROOF ATTACHED.
I think it’s hilarious that the pathetic criminals — Louisiana department of “justice,” Baton Rouge police department, the FBI, the Louisiana and Oregon courts, and many other criminals including the private actors, sold out to that corrupt criminal cartel of “law enforcement,” “judiciary,” “health system,” etc., — use such low tricks and all sorts of dirty dealings in order to stop me from trying to hold them accountable.
Of course, tampering with the US mail is a crime, see, e.g., 18 U.S. Code § 1952. But everything else they do in order to stop me and to simulate “justice” or “legal proceedings” is also of a criminal nature.
I might be a serious threat to that criminal cartel that it starts suppressing my legal actions against it from the very beginning — through stealing of my mail and/or tampering with it.
So, I filed my action online and mailed my filing fee to the courthouse, just as required.
28 U.S.C. § 1914(c) and Local Rule 3-4(a) of the federal district court in Oregon requires an advanced payment of all fees. For the legal action to be properly initiated and commenced, the filing fee must first be paid.
I was contacted by the Aiken’s deputy who inquired about the filing fee, and I said that I mailed it and provided a tracking number of my envelope, indicating that according to it, the envelope with the filing fee was supposed to be delivered to the courthouse in Eugene on that same day, March 2:
See also this:
And here is a copy of the shipping label that I used:
Notice the same tracking number as I provided to the Aiken’s deputy via email.
My envelope with the filing fee was picked up on March 1 in the evening at zip code 97402 and it was going to a courthouse’s location which is less than 7 miles away, at 97401. Next day, March 2, it was out for delivery:
When it was not delivered as scheduled, I tried on March 3 to locate it by calling the courthouse, the local USPS mail sorting facility, and by submitting the appropriate forms for mail search. I asked the local mail sorting facility whether they can locate and deliver my envelope. They told me that they cannot deliver it as they “don’t have it.”
Then, red “Alert” was issued on my shipment because by that time my envelope with the filing fee was no longer trackable and could not be scanned or complete the route it was scheduled to follow as the day before some “law enforcement” goon had already stolen by mail by taking it off the USPS delivery truck under the guise of authority of the law:
See also 18 U.S. Code § 1951 which talks about delaying or impairing the movement of any article (in this case, that would be mail, sent to the federal courthouse) for the purpose of committing a crime or depriving someone of her rights.
The statute calls such an act “extortion”: “’extortion’ means the obtaining of property from another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence, or fear, or under color of official right.”
Of course, the USPS fully cooperates with all the criminal mail tampering, etc. Those who supposedly enforce the federal law such as 18 U.S. Code § 1951 and prosecute others for this and/or similar wrongdoings, commit those crimes themselves and “extort” or steal “under color of official right” without limitation.
As I was trying to locate my envelope, it was finally “delivered,” on March 4:
Note that the falsification, manufactured by the criminals and crooks, claims that it was “delivered” to a totally different zip code, town, and location — in over 100 miles from the actual addressee — where it was purportedly “refused” by “the addressee.”
It also claims that “the addressee refused” it at Portland, 97210. But it was not going to Portland, 97210 and the addressee was located in Eugene, 97401. See the shipping label above and the itinerary of the article’s movement within the USPS network.
Am I really that important to those criminals so that they need to “work so hard?”
Here is that misconception that apparently has been implemented into circulation by those criminals and their “media.” Whoever is important to them — for the purpose of silencing her, preventing her from accessing courts in order to try to hold them accountable or stop their crimes, etc. — might not look that important to the public whose opinion is being constantly shaped and controlled in order to ensure that it perceives the “reality” in precisely the form that those dirty goons want. They have the “important” clowns in place to entertain and distract the public while they, the criminals-in-law, secretly deal with the “unimportant” ones, like me.
It has been a jaw-dropping experience to observe the well-coordinated dealings of the national (worldwide?) network of the criminals.
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