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Citizen Files FBI Complaint Against Comey For ‘Two Separate Felonies’ For Memo Leak

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An FBI complaint has been filed against former FBI director James Comey for allegedly committing “two separate felonies” following his testimony Thursday before the U.S. Senate.

Citizen researcher and activist Larry Kawa provided Big League Politics with the text of his complaint, which alleges that Comey committed “embezzlement” in connection to his possession and transmittance of a memo regarding President Trump, and also “conspiring to defraud the United States.”

Comey admitted to leaking contents of a memo — in which a conversation between Comey and the president was discussed — to The New York Times through an intermediary source.

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Here is the text of the FBI complaint (emphasis added):

“Per 18 USC 4, I am required to report to you my knowledge of what I believe to be an actual commission of two separate felonies on the part of former FBI director James Comey. I believe there has been embezzlement as defined under 18 USC 641 for its reliance upon the predicate set forth in SCOTUS per Moore v. United States, 160 U.S. 268, 269 (1895); “Embezzlement is the fraudulent appropriation of property by a person to whom such property has been entrusted, or into whose hands it has lawfully come.” I assert this in regard to his confiscation and conveyance of an official and potentially classified/privileged memo to an unknown source as admitted in his Senate hearing today June 8, 2017. This is in regard to the intentional leaking of the official memo he generated subsequent to his private meeting with President Trump. 

Additionally I hereby assert that Comey is also guilty of a secondary charge of conspiring to defraud the United States under 18 USC 371. He conspired with an unnamed accomplice he mentioned during his Senate hearing today, June 8, 2017. He cited an unnamed law professor at Columbia University with whom he admitted to feloniously leak his embezzled memo. Comey appropriated an official memo he generated in his capacity as FBI director and has conspired to defraud as defined in SCOTUS per Hass, 216 U.S. at 479-480. In Hammerschmidt,“to interfere with or obstruct one of its lawful governmental functions by deceit, craft or trickery, or at least by means that are dishonest.”

While Comey submitted to the Senate Intelligence Committee today that he had a collateral purpose/secondary agenda for embezzlement in conjunction with conspiracy, that does not absolve him of either the act of embezzlement nor the act of conspiracy to defraud the United States. 

Thank you for your consideration in this matter and I assert that I have fulfilled my duty under 18 USC 4 in disclosing my knowledge of what I believe to be two felony counts per 18 USC 641 (embezzlement) and 18 USC 371 (conspiracy to defraud the United States).”

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BACK TO WORK: Ford Motors Announces They Intend to Begin Reopening Plants on Apr. 6

Ford does not want to suspend production for months because of coronavirus.

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Ford Motor Co. announced on Thursday that they intend to begin reopening some of their plants on Apr. 6, as the iconic automaker hopes that the coronavirus pandemic will not sideline their business for long.

Ford said last week that they would be suspending all production at their facilities indefinitely. They made the decision along with General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles with union workers spooked because of potential exposure to the coronavirus.

While Ford wants to resume their operations as quickly as possible, their plans are not written in stone. They could re-evaluate their time frame if the coronavirus pandemic worsens over the next ten days.

“We will continue to assess public health conditions as well as supplier readiness and will adjust plans if necessary,” Kumar Galhotra, Ford’s president of North America, said in a statement.

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GM and Chrysler have not issued any possible schedule for resuming operations at the present time. If all goes according to plan, Ford will re-open the Hermosillo Assembly Plant on Apr. 6 for one shift. It would then open many more facilities across the country on Apr. 14.

The other corporate titans of Motor City may be skittish about reopening because of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s draconian restrictions on industry. Whitmer has issued an edict forcing all supposedly non-essential businesses to shutter until Apr. 13.

“The current trajectory we’re on seems a lot like Italy,” Whitmer said earlier this week. “We’ve got to do everything in our power to keep that from happening in Michigan.”

“This is an unprecedented crisis that requires all of us working together to protect our families and our communities,” she added. “The most effective way we can slow down the virus is to stay home. I know this will be hard, but it will be temporary. If we all come together, get serious, and do our part by staying home, we can stay safe and save lives.”

While public officials like Whitmer may have the best of intentions, their forced shut-down of the economy may cause more lasting damage to the country than the coronavirus ever could.

“The situation is fluid and can change week to week,” said Jim Cain, a spokesman for GM. “We don’t have firm return-to-work dates at this time.”

Americans are desperate to go back to work as the social safety net is strained like never before during these trying times. A dubious record was set for jobless claims filed in March, with three million Americans filing for unemployment benefits. President Trump hopes to have the country back on track by the Easter holiday.

“I think there are certain people that would like it not to open so quickly,” Trump said on Wednesday. “I think there are certain people that would like [the economy] to do financially poorly, because they think that would be very good as far as defeating me at the polls.”

He added: “I’m not going to do anything rash or hastily — I don’t do that. But the country wants to get back to work.”

It will not be easy for President Trump to pull the nation out of the grip of media-driven mass hysteria that has resulted from the coronavirus pandemic.

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