Born To Be Miserable

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Open letter to the U.S. Department of Justice: re"US versus Gary Anderson Antitrust case"

A Homeless Asian Family "shares the street".  This is really 'rough' housing.
February 22, 2012

Dear United States Department of Justice,


A new development

Three condominiums or townhouses
The "United States vs. Gary Anderson case" on the Department of Justice case, and anti-trust case, is of particular interest to comment on. I noticed that the problem had to do with housing. Here in Ohio we have another problem -"Fire Policies" being sold to attain properties and then collect rent. This became popular around the Ohio State University Campus and then spread to other areas because students were at the time looking for 'cheap housing' along with other students as opposed to having to pay more money to live in the dorms that are part of the Ohio State University. In these situations, the owners are supposed to be thrown out, for instance for nonpayment of taxes which cause a lien to be put on the property. Also, if renters can't meet the rent payments, instead of courts offering to be assistive or renters putting their rent in escrow to force the landlord to make repairs, there seem to be a lot of 'absentee landlords'. Happenings in other inner city areas like Louisville, Kentucky, Cleveland, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio, and others are similar. The Fire policies are an "Old Mobster Trick" I understand, and involve a financial 'split' for people involved in this practice. Maybe the US Department of Justice can investigate and help in this class of case.

Additionally, I was looking at the Victims’ Rights paragraphs as outlined in another area on the Department of Justice's site which appears below:

Overview of Victims' Rights

Under the law, victims of Federal crimes such as antitrust violations are entitled to certain rights. Stated briefly, these are:

·         The right to be reasonably protected from the accused.

·         The right to reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of any public court proceeding.

·         The right not to be excluded from any such public court proceeding.

·         The right to be reasonably heard at any public proceeding in the district court involving release, pleas, and sentencing.

·         The reasonable right to confer with the attorney for the Antitrust Division handling the case.

·         The right to restitution as provided in law.

·         The right to proceedings free from unreasonable delay.

·         The right to be treated with fairness and respect.

·         How these rights are provided in any particular case will depend on the facts of the case, the need of the Government effectively to investigate and prosecute the crime, and the legal rights of the defendants.

·         While Antitrust Division attorneys prosecuting an antitrust case will do their best to see that victims receive the rights to which they are entitled, Division attorneys represent the United States and not the victims of antitrust violations. Crime victims are encouraged to seek the advice of their own attorneys concerning any of the rights listed above.

·         For more information on victims' rights and services provided by the Antitrust Division, refer to the Antitrust Division Victim-Witness Handbook (April 2006).

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·         Please be advised that I am a victim in Ohio as described on my site called "Born To Be Miserable" located at and was never compensated by the state of Ohio or any law enforcement agency - to date. They here expect the victim to readjust alone in regard to cases and situations that they here knew about and caused due to payola court and other practices which are supposed to be part and parcel of Nazi acquisition of wealth" and "political launches". In other words, if 'this' happens to you ( as it did to me) the sentiment is something like "Too bad sucker" as opposed to victims getting proper reparation in court or a court date. I am also in a Born id as a Social Worker on the intelligence/police internet and have not been able to become employed here in Ohio or get more education after the wonderful ‘events’ that ruined my life occurred here.  Crooks claimed that I was supposed to be in a political launch – which could have correlated with Eddie Bauer Corp but I was then divorced and someone wanted the ‘launch – so I got cast into homelessness with no rights.




§  Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

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