US Congressman Bob Goodlatte

Chairman of Agriculture
2240 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-5431
(202) 225-9681 fax

US Senator Patrick Leahy

Chairman Senate Committee On Juriciary
433 Russell SOB
US Senate
Wahsington, D.C. 20510

US Congressman James Sensebrenner

House Committee On Judiciary
120 Bishops Way, Room 154
Brookfield, WI 53005-6294
(262) 784-1111
Fax: (262) 784-9437

Chairman Devin Nunes

U.S. House of Representatives
US House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
US Capitol Building
Washington, DC 20515-6415

Chairman Michael McCaul

House Committee On Homeland Security
U.S. House of Representatives
H2-176 Ford House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515


Chairman Darrell Issa

Subcommittee Courts, ....
House Judiciary Committee
2269 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3906

Congressman Jim Jordan

Subcommittee On HealthCare
1524 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
T (202) 225-2676

Chairman Jason Chaffetz

House Oversight Committee
2157 Rayburn HOB
Washington,DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5074
Fax: (202) 225-3974
Exhibit C Submitted As Evidence And
Testimony To Congress-Exclusive Jurisdiction
You are looking at part of Exhibit C a United States source document submitted as Evidence and Testimony to the several committees of the United States Congress since 1986. The survey data is occassionally used for creation of federal statutes; considering possible improvements in operation of federal programs; and study of operational field impediments. Because of the Separation of Powers found in US Constitution and various Rules of Congress it not possible to serve summons, subponeas; or other court process on Capitol Hill and persons attempting to can be detained and arrested by Capitol Police or otherwise sanctioned. Obviously the only legal reviews which can occur would require permission of the Chairman of a Congressional Committee reviewing the matters at public hearings
Standing US Court ORDERS
And Black Letter Law
Beginning in 1997 the Social Security Administration issued an Executive ORDER or Fia before a USDC, WDT link restricting legal discussions to places and times authorized by statute and have successfully defended their statutory rights from a over 500 challenges A small host of poor bastards who appear to have challenged the Sovereign rights of the Social Security Administration or Congress appear to have been thrown down the political 5 ton wood chipper and the confirmed kill list appears to include at least 1 or 2 federal judges; maybe a couple of cabinet level officers; a bunch of US Attorneys and a many more lesser persons. Whispered in the background are the strange, sacred, and holy legal incantations muttered by federal officials including Title 18 USC 402 Contempt; Title 18 USC 1509 Obstruction Court Order; tampering with federal agency, Contempt of Congress...

US Senator Chuck Grassley

Chairman Senate Committee On Juriciary
433 Russell SOB
Wahsington, D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-7703

US Senator Ron Johnson

Chairman Senate Oversight
Whistleblower
340 Dirksen SOB
Washington, DC, 20510
(202) 224-4751

Congressman Mike Thompson

House Ways and Means Committee
2300 County Center Dr. Suite A100
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

US Department of HUD

Inspector General Paul Adams
451 7th Street S.W.,
Washington, DC 20410

US House Committee On Oversight & Reform

The Honorable Chairman Henry Waxman
2157 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Table Of Contents Index Page 2
Review Organized Crime and Gang Activities
1. Exhibit A Congress empowers national surveys circa 1986

2. Exhibit B Homeless issue controlled by Political Patronage System/Lobbyist

3. Exhibit C Certificate of Service

4. Exhibit D Presence of Gang Activities Threat to Homeless Shelter & Guest

5. Exhibit E Terrorist Theats associated with homeless programs

6. Exhibit F Possible 90,000 Deaths as result of organized criminal activities since 1986. Homeless deaths probably average 8-10 per day in the United States and include many causes ranging from substance abuse, illness, shelter neglect, cold or hot weather...

7. Have You Met The Bible Liars? save your country and embarassment of explaining why these "Missionaries" got killed in your country; don't let these folks get off the boat?
HUD IG Testimony Before Congress
Take Out Law Enforcment First-May 2006
In 1989, Paul Adams, then the Inspector General at the Housing and Urban Development Department, was hauled before a House subcommittee to explain why no one on Capitol Hill was aware of the rampant waste, abuse and mismanagement in the department's programs. The HUD scandal had drawn widespread media attention and proved to be a major embarrassment for both the executive and legislative branches. Many of the abuses, Adams told panel members, were thoroughly detailed in reports issued by his office that went unread in Congress. Not good enough, he was told. Busy legislators and their staffers don't have time to pore over every detail of IG reports, committee members said. They need federal officials to shout from the rooftops when they uncover evidence of poor performance and malfeasance - or at least to pick up the phone. It was a message Adams and other executive branch officials would hear repeatedly as senators and representatives sought to explain to their constituents why the HUD scandal was allowed to fester for so long. The obvious answer is if you intend to commit genocide for profit be sure to have the political patronage system take out law enforcement first. This document published May 8,2006 is located at This Website

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Addressed To The Honorable Ambassador Karen Pierce
United Kingdom Mission To the United Nations
One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
885 Second Avenue
New York New York 10017
1 212 745 9200
Fax 1 212 745 9316
Amicus Curiae Brief
Addressed to UN Security Council
Ongoing Questions and Legal Issues directed to the UN High Commission on Human Rights appear to violate the United States national sovereignity as being reserved to the US Congress House and Ways Committee


US Senator Mark O Hatfield

Chairman Senate Appropriations
Portland, Oregon

US Senator Bob Packwood

Chairman Senate Banking Committee
Portland, Oregon

US Senator Lloyd Bentsen

Washington,D.C. 20510

US Congressman Tony Coelho

Majority Whip US House
Modesto, California

Former US Congressman Henry B Gonzalez

Chairman Banking & Urban Affairs Committee
JFK Profile In Courage Award
B-124 Federal Building
727 East Durango
San Antonio, TX 78206-1286

Exhibit B Congressional Work Ethic Can
Can Result In Your Being Volunteered or Drafted

It seems that many Chairman of Congress believe in the concept of work ethic and if they find you on Capitol Hill or too close to something they are working on will actually have someone volunteered or simply drafted. I-5 Cooridor Agreement origionally on covered portions of California, Oregon, and Washington but was rapidly expanded by the national leadership to include a third of the United States. Congressman Henry B Gonzalez caught me on Capitol Hill about 1988 circulating one of my publications and had me introduced to the HUD Inspector General.. This assignment lasted until about 1993 when the Clinton Administration came into power and replaced me with 2 convicted persons who according to press reports were paid $80,000 a year plus expenses. II was permitted to go onto a much nicer activity which was of my own choosing.

US Congressman Hubbard

U.S. House of Represenatives
One Hundred First Congress
Subcommittee On General Oversight
And Investigations Of The
Committee On Banking,
Finance, And Urban Affairs
ROOM B-304 Rayburn
House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515

Exhibit D Certificate of Service On the United States


US Senator Mark O Hatfield

CSBG Addresses
warehousing of clients

US Senator Bob Packwood

Opposes Warehousing
Reform Legislation
Addresses Warehousing of Clients
1. US Senator Bob Packwood-Oregon and US Senator Mark O Hatfieldproposed an employment and case management provision of the Community Service Block Grants program.

2. These Model Programs largely grew out of the intent of the law was to go beyond warehousing of clients into case management and various rehabilitative programs.

US Senator Mark O Hatfield

Proposes Amendment CSBG
The Honorable Mark Hatfield
Washington, D.C. 20510-10AM
Western Union Mailgram
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02873 MLTN VA 03/10/88 JN15212

Chris Walters
722 I Street
Modesto, CA 95354

Thank you for your most recent correspondence regarding the homeless. I greatly appreciate your list of shelters on the West Coast Corridor which currently offer work placement services. When the Senate considered the urgent relief for the Homeless Act I added an amendment which would provide for case management to track and assist the homeless in obtaining comprehensive services, including job training. It is likely that this matter will come up during debate on welfare reform. Your interest and compassion are to commended.

Kind Regards
MARK O HATFIELD, U.S.S.
09134 18:02 EST
MGMCOMP

US Senator Bob Packwood

Oregon
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510
May 22nd, 1989

Mr. Chris Walters
345 Commercial Street
Salem, OR 97301

Dear Mr. Walters:

Thank you for sending me a copy of your letter to Governor Goldschmidt regarding your concern over the budget for the Oregon Shelter Network. I appreciate your bringing your concerns and comments to my attention.

There is no question that the issue of homeless is a huge problem and we must all work together to address the cause of the problem and not just warehouse these individuals"

I find it reassuring that people like you are concerned about the problems facing our country, and are interested in actively searching for solutions.

Again, thank you for getting in touch with me. I have made a note of your position and will be sure to keep your comments in mind.

Sincerely,SIGNED BOB PACKWOOD
BP/OJB-

Reciept From US Senator Bill Bradley

UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C. 20510-3001

June 22,1990

Chris Walters
c/o Salem Union Gospel Mission
345 Commercial St NE
Salem,Oregon 97301

Dear Chris:

Thank you very much for sending me a copy of the Report on Political Terrorism In the Homeless Issue. I appreciate your taking the time to provide me with this information, and hope you will continue to keep me information of your opinions on issues of national interest.

Best Wishes Sincerely
Signed Bill Bradley
United States Senator

BB/JTZ


US Congressman Hubbard

U.S. House of Represenatives
One Hundred First Congress
Subcommittee On General Oversight
And Investigations Of The
Committee On Banking,
Finance, And Urban Affairs
ROOM B-304 Rayburn
House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
November 17, 1989
Mr. Chris Walters
c/o CERVS Fir Street
Medford, Oregon 97501

Dear Chris:

This is to acknowledge and thank you for your November 15th,letter with enclosures which I received in my office the same day.


Please know that I understand and share your concern over the fraud and abuse uncovered in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

As a first step toward making sure these abuses do not reoccur, the House passed H.R. 1, The HUD reform act of 1989, on November 14. I am enclosing a fact sheet which explains the contents of H.R. 1.

I hope you will find this information useful. Again, many thanks for writing.

With best wishes for you,
I AM Sincerely Yours
Signed Carroll Hubbard
Chairman Subcommittee
on General Oversight and
Investigations CH/VW

US InterAgency Council On Homeless

451 SEVENTH STREET., S.W., SUITE 10158,
Washington, D.C. 20410
(202-755-1480)

December 19th, 1988

Mr. Chris Walters
c/o 722 I Street
Modesto, CA 95354

Dear Mr. Walters:

On behalf of Samuel R. Pierce, Jr., Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, I would like to thank you for your I-5 Homeless Corridor survey and directory shelter list for California, Oregon, and Washington. The shelter providers listed will be added to our mailing list for newsletters and other informative materials.

The I-5 legislative recommendations were also most interesting. I am sorry that you had such difficult in locating our office. The Council was established by the McKinney Act in July, 1987, and among its other activities, has initiated a news letter and established a field network.

For further action, Robert C. Scalia, Region X's Coordinator for homeless programs, is being sent copies of the materials you sent us. Mr. Scalis can be reached in the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Seattle Office at (206-442-4610).

He would like to meet with you when you are in the Seattle area. I am sure that you will find him not only informed, but deeply concerned with the problem.

Sincerely Cassandra C. Moore PH.D
Executive Director
451 Seventh Street., S.W., Suite 10158
Washington, D.C. 20410
(202-755-1480)

US Senate Select Subcommittee on Intelligence

211 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510-6475
202-224-1700
Questions to US Senate Select
Subcommittee On Intelligence
Reports to US Senate Select Subcommittee on Intelligence suggest diversion of HUD and other programs has provided opportunites to terrorist and other criminal elements to misuse programs.

Report Prepared By
Chris Walters,
Appellate Counsel Assigned Too
Office of the High Commissioner
for Human Rights
United Nations Office at Geneva
1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland
Fax: + 41 22 917 9022

US Department of HUD
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20410-0001
August 17, 1993

Mr. Chris Walters
c/o P.O. Box 973
Rockport, Texas 78381

Dear Mr. Walters:
Thank you very much for your letter of July 16 with regard to a National Database for Homeless.

We greatly appreciate your comments and recommendations. I have passed them along to the management Excellence Team and the Policy Redesign Project for their evaluation.

Again, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts.With your participation, we can make HUD a more responsive and helpful partner for community improvement.

Sincerely,
M. Elizabeth Arky
Special Assistant