Any DOJ Documents or Policy of A.G. Barr That Would Give Barr The Authority To Investigate & Prosecute Corrupt State Judges For Alleged Violations of 18 USC, or Civil Rights, or Constitutional Rights

Don Stone filed this request with the Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General of the United States of America.
Tracking #

EOUSA-2019-004674, DOJ-AP-2020-001571

EOUSA-2019-004674

Due Dec. 2, 2019
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: Don Stone

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

Any DOJ Documents or Policy of A.G. Barr That Would Give Barr The Authority To Investigate & Prosecute Corrupt State Judges For Alleged Violations of 18 USC, or Civil Rights, or Constitutional Rights.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.

I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Don Stone

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

This message is to confirm your request submission to the FOIAonline application: View Request. Request information is as follows: (https://www.foiaonline.gov/foiaonline/action/public/submissionDetails?trackingNumber=EOUSA-2019-004674&type=request)

* Tracking Number: EOUSA-2019-004674
* Requester Name: Don Stone
* Date Submitted: 09/25/2019
* Request Status: Submitted
* Description:
To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

Any DOJ Documents or Policy of A.G. Barr That Would Give Barr The Authority To Investigate & Prosecute Corrupt State Judges For Alleged Violations of 18 USC, or Civil Rights, or Constitutional Rights.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.

I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Don Stone

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From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

In response to your Freedom of Information Act and/or Privacy Act request, the paragraph(s) checked below apply:

* [ X ] A search for records located in EOUSA has revealed no responsive records regarding the above subject.  The search specifically included AG Orders, DOJ Orders, and Memoranda, and was conducted on the EOUSA's IntraNet Homepage under a tab that enables EOUSA and U.S. Attorney's Office personnel to search for DOJ policies.  None responsive to your request was found.  You made your request to the EOUSA, which handles FOIA requests for its own records and the records of the 94 U.S. Attorney's Offices.  If records responsive to your request exist and were not produced by our search, they would most likely be found through a FOIA request to the following two Department of Justice Components: Contact (for Records of the Office of the Attorney General):


FOIA Requester Service Center
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FOIA Public Liaison
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From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

EOUSA-2019-004674 has been processed with the following final disposition: No Records. No records in EOUSA. Responsive records, if they exist at all, might be located by the Office of Information Policy (Attorney General records) or the Criminal Division.

From: Don Stone

Appeal of FOIA Requester Donald Stone Ref: EOUSA-2019-004674 Dec. 3 2019

Donald Stone appeals this DOJ response for these reasons and others.

Inadequate search.

In true DOJ/FBI fashion, DOJ appears to be sending Stone on a wild goose chase by referring him to Office of Information Policy (Attorney General records) or the Criminal Division.

Using the reasonable man approach, Stone's FOIA request seems to be rather straight forward, requiring a simple answer, but nothing in dealing with the allegedly notoriously corrupt and compromised DOJ/FBI is ever simple or straight forward in the language unique to D.C. Such as the famous comment of Bill Clinton, it depends on the meaning of "is".

The Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation over the past 25 years appear to have devolved into what is best described as an alleged "criminal enterprise" under the RICO statute, covering up alleged federal criminal conspiracies dating back allegedly to 1993-1994 to present time, involving federal and state prosecutors in Maryland and Florida acting in concert with certain private actors, Gilbert Sapperstein, Charles Richard Longo Sr. and certain of their co-consirators as they operated across interstate lines and perpetrated alleged fraud on numerous U.S. citizens, the U.S. government and public institutions.

These ongoing alleged DOJ/FBI fraud schemes extend from approx. Rosenstein to Reno and Wray to Freeh.

One of many allegations allegation is that the DOJ/FBI allegedly used at least three common fraud schemes to protect the interest of Sapperstein, Longo, et al such as:

1. Fraud on the federal and/or state courts (Maryland and Florida)
2. Fraudulent concealment of exculpatory documents from victims of white collar criminals/organized crime
3. Fraud in the omission

Incorporate by reference every single document the DOJ/FBI have on Sapperstein, Longo, and any of their direct or indirect associates.including their alleged co-conspirators at DOJ/FBI, past and present.

Stone's numerous DOJ/FBI FOIA request will either prove or disprove the allegations of an alleged ongoing criminal conspiracy between DOJ/FBI and Sapperstein, Longo, et al and the dangerous consequences if such a conspiracy exists.

Terrorists, drug traffickers, mafia members, and corrupt corporate executives have one thing in common: most are conspirators subject to federal prosecution.1 Federal conspiracy laws rest on the belief that criminal schemes are equally or more reprehensible than are the substantive offenses to which they are devoted. The Supreme Court has explained that a “collective criminal agreement—[a] partnership in crime—presents a greater potential threat to the public than individual delicts. Concerted action both increases the likelihood that the criminal object will be successfully attained and decreases the probability that the individuals involved will depart from their path of criminality.”2 Moreover, observed the Court, “[g]roup association for criminal purposes often, if not normally, makes possible the attainment of ends more complex than those which one criminal could accomplish. Nor is the danger of a conspiratorial group limited to the particular end toward which it has embarked.”3 Finally, “[c]ombination in crime makes more likely the commission of crimes unrelated to the original purpose for which the group was formed.”4 In sum, “the danger which a conspiracy generates is not confined to the substantive offense which is the immediate aim of the enterprise.”5 Congress and the courts have fashioned federal conspiracy law accordingly.6
Federal Conspiracy Law: A Brief Overview
Charles Doyle
Senior Specialist in American Public Law
January 20, 2016

Allegations of top tier DOJ/FBI corruption place a heavy burden on FOIA requesters such as Stone. Stone has easily met that burden, in 1998 in a civil RICO case in the Southern District of Florida, Stone vs. Warfield, Stone caught the top MD/FL top federal prosecutors lying to the court trying to white wash the alleged federal felony offenses of Longo and certain of his co-conspirators as a business dispute or civil matter.

For these reasons and others, Stone Appeals this matter.
Best Regards
Donald Stone

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

This message is to notify you of a new appeal submission to the FOIAonline application. Appeal information is as follows:

* Appeal Tracking Number: DOJ-AP-2020-001571
* Request Tracking Number: EOUSA-2019-004674
* Requester Name: Donald Stone
* Date Submitted: 12/27/2019
* Appeal Status: Submitted
* Description:
EOUSA Appeal

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

The FOIA
appeal
- EOUSA-2020-001230 has been supplemented with additional supporting files. Additional details for this item are as follows:

* Tracking Number: EOUSA-2020-001230
* Requester: Don Stone
* Submitted Date: 01/21/2020
* Description:
see attached open appeal

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

The FOIA
appeal
- EOUSA-2020-001230 description has been modified. Additional details for this item are as follows:

* Tracking Number: EOUSA-2020-001230
* Requester: Don Stone
* Submitted Date: 01/21/2020
* Description:
see attached open appeal

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

The FOIA
appeal
- EOUSA-2020-001230 has been supplemented with additional supporting files. Additional details for this item are as follows:

* Tracking Number: EOUSA-2020-001230
* Requester: Don Stone
* Submitted Date: 01/21/2020
* Description:
see attached open appeal

From: Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

Dear Donald Stone,

I am attaching a copy of OIP's final response dated 4/14/2020 regarding your FOIA appeal. Due to a system glitch, the response was not sent electronically. I apologize for this administrative error.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at 202-514-3642.

Sincerely

DB/OIP

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