[Updates of] Threats from the Veterans Adminstration (VA)
Louisville Regional Office
Even my military VA benefits are being attacked. I believe that the latest attack is from corrupt officials' due to my July 11, '08 warning letter to U.S. District Chief Judge John G. Heyburn, II. I told him that he and Judge Joseph H. McKinley may end-up in prison for fraud and obstruction-of-justice, from their cover-up of my Value City Furniture case. Also, see the Supplemental Petition for Grand Jury Investigation.
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Sept. 19, 2008, Friday
I received a Sept. 18, '08 letter from the Veterans Administration's Regional Office Sept. 18, '08 letter from the Veterans Administration's Regional Office (Louisville) informing me that the VA will not reduce my benefits. Recall from the updates, below, that they were threatening to reduce my benefits due to a purported felony conviction. The letter stated that I was not convicted of a felony, as reported by the Court Clerk of the U.S. District Court in Louisville.
The VA letter is a findings-of-fact that contradicts the actual court records. For, if I was not convicted of a felony, then must I have been convicted of a misdemeanor? But there are no records of a misdemeanor charge throughout the court records and proceedings. So what gives? The finding-of-fact, in effect, is stating that I was not convicted. -- As I have repeatedly specified to the court, I was not convicted on Mar. 7, '07, and therefore, the court must pay my claim (for false imprisonment, the fake indictment, etc.) and expunge my record.
August 9, 2008, Saturday,
August 5, 2008, Tuesday,
I finally received from the Henderson Co. Detention Center (HCDC) the dates that I was jailed and released, beginning the day after the defunct Mar. 7, '07 trial proceedings. The 40 days jailed does not meet the requirement for the VA to reduce my benefits.
I sent a copy of HCDC's 8/5/08 confirmation to Michael Fairchild, Manager of the VA Service Center in Louisville (on Main St., Louisville). With that confirmation, I told Mr. Fairchild, by letter, that there's no need for a hearing, now. But I also stated that the burden-of-proof is on the VA, and that court records and witnesses will show that an actual conviction regarding the courthouse tarring did not take place.
August 7, 2008, Thursday
I received a letter from Court Reporter, Regina McBride, stating the cost of the transcripts of the defunct Mar. 7, '07 trial proceedings, for my Aug. 13, '08 scheduled VA hearing. I will have to file a motion in that trial court for a waiver the costs. This will require postponement of the hearing.
August 4, 2008, Monday,
July 28, 2008, Monday,
I have requested two sets of records by letter for the upcoming hearing. I requested from Federal Court Clerk, Jeffrey A. Apperson, in Louisville, the transcripts from the courthouse tarring trial proceedings.
And my 8/4/08 request for time-in-jail records, from my 40-day stay at the Henderson Co. Detention Center, was sent after I had phoned a week beforehand. Deputy Michelle West, of Records, said that she would send me the records. But she still has not.
July 25, 2008, Friday, #2
I received two letters from the VA. One is an acknowledgement letter that falsely states the VA has received my request for benefits. I have not requested benefits.
The other letter specifies the Aug. 13, '08 date for my "personal" hearing of which they say I have a right to prior to deciding to reduce my benefits. However, I may cancel that hearing, since the allegations do not fit the truth of the matter, and the VA cannot take my property (benefits) without due process and a showing of proof. There is no actual conviction from the courthouse tarring, and I was not incarcerated for 61 days after the concocted conviction.
You are invited to attend the hearing, but call me first so I can make proper arrangements (my phone no. is 502 / 499-5249), and to notify you of any cancelations.
July 25, 2008, Friday, #1
I sent a letter-of-correction to Michael C. Fairchild, Service Manager of the Louisville Main Street VA Center. I took the liberty of attaching for him a copy of my July 11, '08 letter to Chief Judge John G. Heyburn, II.
My letter to Judge Heyburn warns him about any attempt to cover-up fraud, obstruction-of-justice, etc., in the Value City Furniture case , where interstate product liability fraud is being perpetrated. I am certain that this letter is the reason that the VA is unlawfully attempting to reduce my benefits.
July 21, 2008, Monday
I sent a letter to Michael C. Fairchild, Service Mgr. of the Louisville Main Street VA Center, requesting a hearing regarding the VA attempts to reduce my benefits from military service. However, legally speaking, the burden is upon the VA to prove that I warrant a penalty.
My 7/21/08 letter points-out that the attack on my benefits is the resulting harassment due to my various actions against governmental officials.
July 17, 2008, Wednesday
July 11, 2008, Friday
I received a letter from the Veterans Administration stating that they proposing again to reduce my medical benefits. The benefits are a result of my military service. I believe the letter was prompted from my July 11, '08 letter to Chief Judge John G. Heyburn, II regarding my Value City Furniture case. (After the Mar. 7, '07 concocted trial I was placed back in jail for 40 more days. But VA says they can reduce my benefits only if I was incarcerated 61 days after a conviction.)
I warned Judge Heyburn that he is needlessly causing more trouble for himself in that case by not allowing an evidentiary hearing.
The VA has no cause to affect me, since they are aware of the harassment that I'm receiving from other governmental officials. For they know that the Mar. 7, '08 conviction was a fraud.
February 27, 2008, Wednesday
I received a letter from the Veterans Administration, that falsely states that I applied for benefits. When I inquired, they told me that a red flag has been placed in my file for investigation. I believe that it may be due to my current lawsuits against the Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY) and the feds, and exposure of the motion-judgment scam.