FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 3, 2016 A.D.
Oregon's Douglas County Commissioner-Elect Gary Leif
Writes to U.S. Rep. DeFazio in Support of Federal Tort Claims
Gary Leif, recently elected to the Office of Douglas County Commissioner in Oregon,
has made time in his busy schedule to write a pointed letter to U.S. Representative
Peter DeFazio in support of large Federal Tort Claims presented to several government
agencies by Paul Andrew Mitchell.
Mitchell is a nationally recognized Private Attorney General and now also an
Agent of the United States as a "Relator" under the Federal Civil False Claims Act.
A Request for Neutral Arbitration was previously mailed to DeFazio's district office
in Eugene, Oregon, but his staff had neglected to acknowledge or respond to that
polite request, which was authorized by Mr. Larry Saccato, one of two Trustees
of Mitchell's private estate.
Leif writes that he personally witnessed some of the issues that the Federal Government
has caused to Mitchell, whom Leif describes as his good friend:
"Paul was falsely arrested in January 2014 and falsely incarcerated for 325 days
by agents of the U.S. Marshals Service, IRS, and DOJ attorneys stationed in
Wyoming and Seattle."
Leif has remained fully informed of Mitchell's ongoing Credential Investigation,
which acquires and compiles evidence of missing and defective credentials
that are required of Federal Government officers by the U.S. Constitution and
Acts of Congress which have implemented Article VI, Clause 3 in that Constitution.
"In addition to 3 separate periods of solitary confinement," Leif continues,
"Paul was moved a total of 55 different times across multiple State lines
in the Western States. Near the end of his ordeal, he was threatened with
forced administration of mind-altering drugs and permanent disability."
Leif also confirmed to DeFazio that Congress has already defined such threats
as felony "torture".
With bold emphasis, Leif went on to emphasize to DeFazio: "What these
Federal Government agents did to Paul was wrong, and the Congress needs
to learn about every facet of this travesty and do whatever is just and honorable
to compensate Paul for all of his many damages."
At least since August 2001, Mitchell has been actively assisted in his counsel
to clients by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Executive Office for
U.S. Attorneys. Mitchell also assisted U.S. Coast Guard Investigations
pro bono in San Diego for almost 7 years with a complex homicide case.
Leif also revealed to DeFazio a document archive of numerous Actual Notices
which Mitchell has served on the U.S. Marshals during his 26 years of court
activism. Leif provided DeFazio the following simple instructions:
Google site:supremelaw.org/cc/ "U.S. Marshals"
At the moment, the ball is in DeFazio's court after Leif proposed that DeFazio
help arrange mediation or arbitration in the matter of Mitchell's pending
Federal Tort Claims. Other Acts of Congress expressly authorize mediation,
arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") techniques
to deal with Tort Claims without expensive and time-consuming lawsuits.
Using a recent decision of a U.S. Court of Appeals authorizing $8,421 per hour
of false arrest, Mitchell has filed a Tort Claim for 7,805 HOURS of illegal detention,
totaling more than $65 Million in "sum certain" damages. A Table of Contents
for the first Tort Claim is archived here on the Internet:
Leif's letter concluded with appreciation for DeFazio's attention and commitment
to timely and appropriate resolution of these ongoing disputes, and to making
sure that Paul Andrew Mitchell is fairly compensated for all of his extensive damages
A scanned copy of Mr. Leif's letter can be viewed here on the Internet:
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