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Sunday, May 02, 2010


Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

For quite some time now, police departments throughout the nation, at every level of government, in nearly every venue, have done absolutely nothing when illegal aliens have brazenly flouted our laws, while openly flaunting their illegal status, even rioting and committing violent assaults on private citizens who dare to espouse any dissenting view.

Since our courts apparently refuse to enforce existing laws against foreign invaders, can we, as private citizens, bring criminal charges against individual police officers for failure to perform their sworn duties?

Would this tactic turn things around?

I live at the Old Soldiers' Home in the very heart of our nation's capital, and this megalopolis is SWARMING with illegal aliens from numerous countries, many of whom speak no English, or speak it unintelligibly, due to their distinctive foreign accents.

Many suspected illegal aliens have been repeatedly observed employed on the grounds here at the Old Soldiers' Home, although our administrative staff officially denies this happens.

Even the local officials of my church, The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints (i.e., the so-called "Mormon" church) appear to have been complicit in harboring these foreign criminals.

So, since our elected and/or appointed political and bureaucratic public officials are obviously recalcitrant to have existing immigration laws enforced, maybe a new and unusual method should be attempted.

If a private citizen suspects someone of being in the country illegally, or has knowledge that fellow American citizens are harboring, transporting, or employing these foreign criminals, and the private citizen witnesses law enforcement personnel ignoring these crimes, then can the private citizen lodge a formal criminal complaint against the individual police officer?

If a formal criminal complaint is filed, is there any legal mandate for it to be investigated and prosecuted?

Of course, if this doesn't work, then I reckon the only alternative remaining would be the solution which has been used by American citizens over and over when there either was no law, or the established authorities were unresponsive, i.e., organized night riding vigilante justice with a hangman's noose.

I think you know where I stand on this issue, so what do YOU think?

Thank you.
John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400

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