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

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


Reagan Administration

Neutered Law Enforcement?

Samuel Pierce

HUD Secretary
Played Monopology With Visitors
Department of HUD Federally
Funded Criminal Activity National Survey 1986-1996
1. The Reagan and Bush Administrations apprently sold the entire US Department of HUD to a consortium of special interest who came into power through the political patronage system. A later Congressional inquiry into this era was able to determine that the Secretary of HUD Samuel Pierce was a very lonely man who spent much of his time in office playing Monopoly with visitors to his office while his Department was run by others.

2. The National Survey on Social Services between 1986-1996 studies the pratice and politics of failure as an exact field of political science.

3. These questions were deferred to the 107th US Congress which assisted in creation of Title 42 USC 11301 Homeless Act; Title 7 USC 2011 Food Stamps; Community Service Block Grants; and Welfare Reform Act of 1996.

Department of HUD

Inspector General Paul Adams
451 7th Street S.W.,
Washington, DC 20410
(202) 708-1112

US House Committee On Oversight & Reform

The Honorable Chairman Henry Waxman
U.S. House of Representatives
2157 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
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. 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

Gilligans Island

American Association of Fundraising Counsel
4700 W. Lake Ave
Glenview, IL 60025

The Pratice and Politics
of Failure In $250 Billion A Year Industry

1. Gilligan's Island Syndrone? in a manner remarkably similar to the "Castaways" in this American Sitcom the "homeless" are stranded on the island of poverty, being washed from shore to shore by every type of calamity, disaster,and storm. The 15 year survey found that most of the calamity, disaster,and storms were carefully engineered by special interest and political patronage groups.

2. During the 1980's and 1990'2 the operational audits of Homeless Shelters in 1993and 1994 and 1995 and 1996. demonstrated the role movement in shuffling clients around the United States and denying them participation in federal programs which might assist their plight. The results suggest the average client is traveling about 20,000 per years and is too busy being moved around by shelter limits to participate in various federal programs.

3. Sort of a variation on old carnival and pea game where the rube tries to guess which shell the pea is under. In this system the "Corner Cities" such as New York,Seattle, and Los Angeles get screwed because they are at the end of massive interstate highway systems which dump the "garbage" from "Christian Communities" into the liberal communities.

Exhibit B President Bush Jr Offer of $200 Millon For Homeless
Dismissed as Chump Change While Cities Admit Genocide

San Diego Regional Coalition

4699 Murphy Canyon Road,
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 636-4111
Fax: (858) 492-2059
So Many Homeless Are
Dying We Stopped Counting-They Get what They Deserve
Robert DeVries
Re: Question
Thu, 5 Jul 2001 18:11:37-0700(PDT)
Hi! Thanks for your message I don't think that the website you mention is living in the real world. But the point is still well taken that the life of homeless people is extremely dangerous and the obstacles that homeless people face are severe. There are supposedly 15,000 homeless people here in San Diego County and the death rate is so high that the local paper no longer even bothers to mention when yet another body is found in Balboa Park. When there was a meeting of the Renaissance Commission here in Ocean Beach a couple of years ago, the concensus in the audience was running more than 10 to 1 in favor of the theory that homeless people were ENTIRELY responsible for their own situation. What is needed is not $250 billion but a commitment by society that we will do what is necessary to help those homeless people who are willing to help themselves.

Best regards, Robert DeVries
Democratic Central Committee

SF Homless Coalition Question 1

468 Turk Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
tel: 415.346.3740
fax: 415.775.5639
Are Homeless
Death Exegerated-Topic #23
What is the normal attrition rate for a city wide population composed of alcoholics, drug users, disabled....? We asked a local organization in San Francisco for their candid opinon:

"The reports are NOT exaggerated. actually, the preface to the SF Dept. of Public Health's annual homeless deaths report contains a caveat where the Dept. states that each year's count is actually an undercount -- the half-time position to do the legwork to confirm the housing status of the decedents was eliminated from SF-DPH's budget. the current counts reflect only those whose homelessness could be confirmed by the M.E.'s staff, or by police reports. if you're interested, check out SF Medical Examiner it's the text of the Director of Public Health to the Health Commission regarding homeless deaths in 1999, and has a link for the 1999 report, which I co-authored. it was, as they say, a record year.

chance martin
Coalition on Homelessness
Tue, 26 Jun 2001 17:48:36 -0700
468 Turk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94102
415 346.3740
415 375.5639-fax

City of Phoenix

City Council
Phoenix City Hall,
200 W. Washington St.,
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phoenix City Council
Subject: Question on
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 15:36:39 -0700

Dennis, The problem is vast and complex, but substantially solvable. Divide the number of projected homeless in any metro area by the number of citizens who reside in that metro area. Ratios of 1 homeless person to 200 or 300 residents is not uncommon. Effectively, housing 40 individuals in a community of 8,000 should not e too difficult or noticable. You'd think, however, that a toxic waste site was moving in if a transitional or affordable housing development were proposed in just about any community in the nation.

Providing mental health evaluatins and treatment as well ass substance abuse treatment helps to impact 40% to 60% of those considered homeless. It is very expensive and for the most part, non-existent. No place to go and no help when they get there. $250 billion could easily solve the problem if distributed within the context of a national homeless strategy where levels of consistency in service could be measured. $250 billion can fix a lot of problems or be wasted like any other big pot of money.

Pima Association of Governments

177 N. Church Avenue, Suite 405
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 792-1093
Fax (520) 620-6981
From: "Lynne Potler"
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 11:08:20 -0700
City Of Phoenix
Mr. Stringer,
Your e-mail about a study of homelessness in San Francisco was forwarded to me. I have no direct knowledge of the study or the situation of the homeless in San Francisco so I can't comment on that. While I do not work directly with the homeless in the Tucson metropolitan area, I am aware that life "on the street" is difficult and that it can hard to move to a more "mainstream" existence. In our community it has been reported that a substantial proportion of the homeless have mental health, substance abuse and/or physical disabilities which certainly are barriers to changing their status. Lack of job skills and educational attainment also are barriers.There are programs here that seek to help the homeless, particularly with a focus on moving them to employment, but it still is hard for some of these individuals to make the transition and then to maintain a job which often is low wage and low status and leaves relatively little discretionary income. Some of the homeless are unable or unwilling to comply with the requirements of these programs which require individuals to show up regularly for job search training, appointments, etc. Living "on the street" and having to scrounge for meals, etc. certainly could make it hard to keep a regular schedule and appear clean, well groomed, and focused each morning. There are some beds in homeless shelters set aside for those who participate satisfactorily in job search and related employment activities. However, many of the homeless do not feel they can afford to spend weeks or months participating in a job training program when they have no income during that time.

The $250 billion you mention may relate to the proposal to allow faith-based organizations to seek funding to provide a range of social services. That apparently is existing funding for a wide range of services, for many population groups in addition to the homeless, and represents little or no increase in the overall amount curently available. I'm certain you are aware of the concerns raised by some about whether allowing faith based organizations to receive public (government) money could constitute government support of organized religion. Lynne Potler

Exhibit C Golden Parachute Programs For Convicted Felons

Art Lane Yeary "Disciple"

Modesto Gospel Mission
1400 Yosemite Blvd
P.O.Box 1203
Modesto, CA 95353

Modesto Gospel Mission

Exectutive Director Vern
& Barbara Deatherage
1400 Yosemite Blvd
P.O.Box 1203
Modesto, CA 95353
Exhibit #6 America's Most Wanted
Former "Disciple" Convicted Of Murdering Aunt
Art Lane Yeary accused to killing senior citizen with "roofers hatchet" captured in Mississippi .Art Lane Yeary a former "disciple" of the Union Gospel Mission of Modesto, California was reported captured in Mississippi. Authorities report he was captured using the last name of the elderly woman he allegedly killed using a roofer's hatchet and buried in her backyard. The Modesto Bee reports Yeary aka Art Gilliam.... will stand trial for the 1990 capitol murder of Ms. Goad who was found buried in her backyard. Modesto Bee quotes relatives of Ms. Goad that they were not too happy to see Yeary captured and returned for trial because they considered the matter closed. Yeary a former "disciple" of the Union Gospel Mission of Modesto, California was apparently working at the Mission at or about the time he is alleged to have killed Ms. Goad. Some authorities believed he used his extensive contacts in the Mission field to elude arrest and prosecution for some years. Although Yeary was featured on America's Most Wanted for some years he was apparently presumed dead by some authorities.

Director: Rev. Thomas H. Miller(Deceased)

Merced County Rescue Mission
1921 Canal St
Merced, CA 95340-3739

US Department of Housing & Urban Development

HUD's Region IX Office
Richard K. Rainey Regional Director
Eduardo Cabrera
Regional Homeless Coordinator
(415) 489-6407
600 Harrison Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94107-1300
Tel: (415) 489-6401
Fax: (415) 489-6419
Exhibit #7 How I Robbed Retarded Man
Disciple James Bailey
My names is James Bailey and I have just been arrested here in Merced, CA for failing to attend a sentencing hearing in Portland, Oregon. What great luck that I have been in the discipleship program at the Mission in Oregon for almost a year and that the current "house manager" fired to heavy drug use. I can't thank Tom and Letticia Miller of the Merced Rescue Mission for hiring me on the spot to be the new house manager of the shelter. There must be a God because a retarded man named Tim Duarte was referred to the mission and has just asked me if I could hold his wallet, money, and identification for safe keeping. I was just too happy to have my new identity to hide from the law under and enough money to catch the first Greyhound out of town. I left in the middle of the night and have left Mr. and Ms. Miller to explain to Tim that he is now broke and without Id. To their credit the Millers initially called every shelter in a 5 state area asking other not to take me on staff under my old or new name after providing a report to Sheriff Deputies.

In August, 1998 Director Tom and Leticia Miller asked the person who questioned these matters locally to be denied services for life. My friends the Millers again demonstrate that lying about facts, denying the truth, and settling the score is an important part of what Jesus stands for. I'd like to discuss this further, but I have another "Christian"who needs someone to operate a shelter because he has no committment.

Cross Roads Rescue Mission

Former Director Johnny Rodriguez
201 W Main Ave
Casa Grande, AZ 85222

Arizona Department of Economic Security

Coordinator Vic Huchenko
1789 W. Jefferson,
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Exhibit #5 The Death of Walter B
Walter B. was an 82 year old WWII veterans who was traveling from the VA Center at Prescott, AZ to Nogazles on Memorial Day in 1991 to purchase cheap heart medication across the border. Walter arrived in Casa Grande, AZ late on Memorial Day and asked for shelter at the Cross Roads Rescue Mission and was refused shelter because he arrived after 5PM. Although the Police Department made a special request for shelter for this 82 year old Veteran on Memorial Day for shelter, they were refused.

Given the benefits of a warm bed, hot meal, the knowledge of a safe place to sleep, and possible assistance if medical emergency occured at the Rescue Mission; Walter might have lived. Having been denied access to the Rescue Mission, Walter B slept our in a vacant lot. Sometime during the night he had heart problems and was found dead in a ditch in front of McDonalds on main street Casa Grande. The First Baptist Church notified his relatives in Chicago and it cost a lot more to ship his body home for burial than if someone had given Walter an overnight motel room. Like many other elderly, disabled, and needy Walter was terminated with extreme prejudice by a social service structure which couldn't care less. When queried a year or so later the VA Hospital at Tucson, AZ stated they had heard something about the incident but explained that sometimes "Shit Happens".


700 Homeless Freeze to Death 2016

Secretary Julian Castro
Poverty Pimp
US Department of HUD
451 7th Street S.W.,
Washington, DC 20410
Homeless Deaths Several Cities
In 2016

Homeless Deaths In LA 2017
Homeless Deaths Los Angeles 830 In 2017

Homeless Deaths In LA 2017
Homeless Deaths NY In 239 In 2016

Poverello Center

1110 W Broadway
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 728-1809
Memorial Service For 30 Dead
700 Freeze To Death Each Year

City of Sacramento
Over 700 Dead In Sacramento
Since 2012

The Tucson Weekly

Tucson, AZ
Tucson Reports 155 Deaths in 2017
132 Migrants Found in Desert

Homeless Deaths In Denver 2017
Denver Reports 232 Deaths in 2017

Homeless Deaths In Sandiego 2017
San Diego Reports 126 Deaths in 2017

Homeless Deaths In San Jose 2017
San Jose Reports 132 Deaths in 2017

Homeless Deaths In San Francisco 2017
San Francisco Reports 171 Deaths in 2016

Exhibit E Don't Be Mislead By Myths About The Homeless

Reader Digest Magazine
Reader Digest Article June, 1992
By Robert James Bidinotto

Dan McMurry was puzzled. Nightly, it seemed, he watched news broadacast about "Homeless Families mothers, father, and children living in cars or on the streets. These families were said to be victims of economic dislocation and federal

Budget cuts. But McMurry, a sociology professor at Middle Tennessee State University, had studies the transient population for years, and found very few homeless families. His courosity aroused, McMurry took a leave of absence in 1987 and criss crossed the nation, poising as a homeless person. Over 18 months he visited more than 20 communities from big cities like New York and Washington, D.C. to small ones like Richfield, Utah He wore clothes issued by local charities. He ate in soup kitchens with silent,brooding strangers. He slept on the streets. McMurry found aging alcholics of the sort he had long seen on skidrow. He found mentally disturbed people, runaway kids, cocaine addicts, and street criminals.

But he found virtually non intact families Almost a decade after homeless-ness began to attract national attention, the public is still struggling to get a clear understanding of this heart-rending, multibillion dollar blight. The truth has been shrounded in fallacies, and misinterpretations. But thanks to people like McMurry, we now have enough information to see what is true and what is not.Here are four major myths about the homeless:

Myth A: Homeless numbers in the millions: We've got three million people living on the streets Declared Carol Fennell
of the Community for Creative Nonviolence, a homeless-advocacy group, on MacNeil/Lehrer news hour last December. This daunting figure, which first appeared in 1982, is till being cited by various advocacy groups, by the media, and by members of Congress. But it's not true After reviewing scores of studies, Peter H. Rossi Director of Social and Demographic Research Institute at University of Massachusetts, put the total number of homeless at 500,000 to 600,000.

That is still far too many people without homes, of course, but only a fraction of three million. Where did the three million figure come from? "They picked it out of the air" contends Ann Kondratas, Assistant Secretary of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. "Frankly", write the Rev. Mark Holsinger, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Mission, The numbers have often been inflated to attract government funding.

Myth 2: Many of the homeless are traditional families:It is widely reported that families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population. In reality, these "Homeless Families" are almost never husband and wives with kids in tow. A nationwide study by the Urban Institute in Washington D.C.concluded that homeless families are over whelmingly married mothers with children, on some for of public assistance.

"Homelessness" writes demographer Rossi, "It is almost identical with spouselessness."Cindy 23, lived in a large, poor family in South Bend Ind. never married, she had her first baby at 17 and quit school. After a second child by a different father, she got her own apartment. But Cindy spent her welfare checks on restaurant meals, makeup and clothes. She was quickly evicted for nonpayment of rent and ended up in a shelter with her daughters. According to Rev. Rollie Rrauman and his wife, Bonnie who run the Nashville Union Mission's Shelter for women and children, Cindy is like almost all the mothers they try to help. It's their undisciplined life-style, that got them into trouble, "Says Grauman".

Myth 3: The Homeless are working people who got unlucky

"Most of them are like the people we all know in our families and our communities," New York Governor Mario Cuomo testified in 1987 before a Congressional Subcommittee. "They are homeless because they are unemployed, because of chronic poverty, or simply because of the nationwide shortage of affordable housing." The Media have reinforced this image. "Simply, suddenly poor" Is how Mike Wallace characterized them on 60 minutes a few years ago.

"They cannot pay the rent, cannot find a place to live." Members of the working or middle class" is how Peter Marin descirbed them in Harper's. There are of course, some families who do lose their houses or apartments because of joblessness or other misfortunes. Their problems, however are usually temporary. They get back on their feet and find housing on their own relatively quickly But major homelessness surveys such as those by Rossi or the Urban Institute -Find that Most of the chronically homeless are single or unattached men. At least one third of them abuse alcohol or drugs, and a third or more are troubled by mental-health problems.

Reader Digest Magazine
Reader Digest Article June, 1992
By Robert James Bidinotto
Over a fifth have served time in prison. Most haven't held a steady job for years. Typically of these individuals is Jerry, who prefers the nickname "Steamboat" while investigative homelessness, I met him at an alcohol rehabilitation center in rural Tennessee, a scarred, burly man with a prison record, steamboat moves from town to town, supplementing his social security disability income by panhandling and shoplifting. He spends much of money on cheap liquor and blames his drinking problem on two failed marriages. When things get tight, he uses local shelter services, then moves on. A few days after our conversation, steamboat quit the rehabilitation program and vanished.

Fred Hoffman, who runs the Nashville Union Missions Education and Job Training Program, describes such men as "tumbleweeds-lone drifters whose problems are personal, not economic." Many of them are mentally ill. Harvard Univesity Medical School of Psychiatric Researcher Ellen Bassuk worked with homeless people in Boston. More than a third suffer from chronic mental illness, including schizophrenia and severe personality disorder. She says.A detailed clinical survey of Baltmiore's homeless By Researcher from John Hopkins University School of Medicine discovered that over 40 precent of the men and about half of the women suffered from a major mental illness.

Why so many? Because in the 1960's civil rights lawsuits forced state mental hospitals to release patients back to local mental hospitals to release patients back to local communities. Today it is extremely difficult to have mentally incompetent people institutionalized. Tragically, many of them fail to take prescribed medications or attend therapy sessions and end up roaming the streets, behaving erratically.

Occassionally, the violent among them commit shocking crimes. Juan Gonzales was sent to New York's Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center after warning staffers at the shelter that:

"Jesus wants me to kill" Given a prescription for medication, he was released back to the streets. Two days later, Gonzales stabbed 11 people aboud the Staten Island Ferry, two fatally. Many other mentally ill are targets. "A lot of them are robbed and victimized almost continually"

Says John Sacco, a Community Service Officer for the Boston Police Department. "They have become a source of income for drug users"
Myth 4: The solution is more housing: "There is a three word solution to homelessness," Says Robert Hays, Former Director of the National Coaliton for the Homeless, has written: "Housing, Housing, Housing."

Reader Digest Magazine
To shelter all those out on the street, according to Senator Edward Kennedy (D. Mass) "We have got to build about 2.5 million units of affordable housing" Many homeless-advocacy groups have pressured cities, State legislatures and courts to declare a legal "Right to housing. That's a dangerous mistake" Says Thomas Main of Rutgers University Institutie for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research."Combining a right to shelter with overly generous shelter policies simply draws more families into the system, and makes them dependent wards of the state"

Last year for instance, New York made a priority of moving people more quickly out of welfare hotels (part of the City's Shelter System) and into subsidized housing. "We were unwittingly created an incentive for some people who lived doubled-up with other family members to come into the shelter system." Explains Jeffrey L. Carples an Executive Deputy Commissioner of the City's Human Resources Administration. Young single mothers left their parents apartments in order to get into one of their own. "People who weren't homeless were becoming homeless,"Carples reports. "Since the great majority of homeless are afflicted with behavioral or medical disabilities or both," Concludes Main,

"Lack of housing isn't their most basic problem" They Would be hard pressed to keep a home if they recieved one". Adds the Reverend Holsinger of the Los Angeles Mission. Because most of the chronically homeles have serious problem, getting them off the streets will not be easy. But it is not impossible. "There are many programs that help homeless people return to a measure of self sufficiency," Says Robert Ellickson, Professor of Urban Law at Yale University Law School "but too often we aren't supporting good programs because were wasting our money on things that don't work". Heres what we can do that does work:

If we had a system in place to provide care for these people, "says Psychiatrist E. Fuller Torrey, Author of Nowhere to Go, About the Homeless Mentally Ill, "we would almost instantly remove a third of the adult homeless from out streets"....."Obviously ill patients should get treatment with proper procedural and due process safeguards, before they become dangerous".
In Santa Monica, Californa, a rising number of rapes and robberies have been attributed to transients.... In city after city, parks, streets, even whole neighborhoods have become camping grounds for the homeless.....
In many cities, huge, chaotic, crime-infected shelters provide food, clothes, and sleeping space without asking for even minimally responsible behavior in return. Good shelters have strict rules and tie assistance to responsible behavior..... "Shelters should be temporary and transitional and not a permanent way of life" Says the Reverend F. Dickson Marshal, The Mission's Director.

There are a growing number of small well-run shelters around the country They offer the best hope for getting homeless people off the streets for good. "We have to tie even basic services, like food and shelter to behavior", says Sociologist Dan McMurry. "We must tell the alcholic, drug addict, or panhandler, "you can't stay or eat here unless you agree to change the way you live." The homeless problem can only be solved by confronting it's basic underlying cause-mental illness, addiction, and chronic dependency.

Exhibit F Bush Administration Practice and Politics of Homeless For Profit

Bush Administration Expends

$50 Billion A Year
$50 Billion A Year
Or $50,000 A Year For Client?

Office of Faith Based Initiatives

Promised Money Given Abuse
Why A Christian In the
White House Felt Betrayed
1. A new memoir by David Kuo, former second-in-command of President Bush's Office of Faith-Based Initiatives, has the White House on the defensive with its account of an Administration that mocked Evangelicals in private while using them at election time to bolster its support. In this exclusive adaptation from the book, Kuo writes about how his White House experiences left him disillusioned about the role religion can play in politics.

2. In 2005 The Bush Administration proposed cutting $37 Billion from the homeless programs leaving only $13 Billion a year and taking away control of the programs from organizations such as US Conference of Mayors which have long history of abusing programs.

3. If we take $50 Billion a year and divide it by an estimated 1 million homeless clients we arrive at a figure of $50,000 a year in federal spending per client. By comparison we could take $10,000 a year and put each client in a nice motel room and $10,000 for food and expenses and save $30,000 a year.

4. Does the service delivered to the clients even vaguely justify this type of expenditure?

Former Oregon Govenor

Neil Goldschmidt
Admitting Molesting
14 Year Old Girl
Represented By Dope Dealers
& Child Moldestors?

Stephen E.Burger,

Executive Director
Association of Gospel
Rescue Missions
1045 Swift Street
Kansas City, MO 64116-4127
Phone: 1-800-4RESCUE
FAX (816)471-3718
Mission Association
Publishes Proganda?
Who Represents The Homeless?
Billions Raised Without Any Legal Representation
1. Who is entitled to represent the homeless? The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions which raises billions for homeless programs puts out this type of propoganda which is very unlikely to solicit help from others.

2. The National Coalition for Homeless represents who? It is not known that the homeless have voted to elect officers and represenatives to empower this organization to act in their behalf; play a role in policy... per United Nations mandate rights to indigeneous peoples Rather The National Coalition for Homeless simply appointed itself to represent the homeless and maintaines offices in Washington D.C. to influzence funding and national policy.

3. NCH Represenative Michael Stoops was run out of Portland as a accused child moldestor after his shelter Baloney Joe's was closed for drug trafficking to drive up customers on main street Portland, Oregon

4. According to Portland Police Department. Joanne Ferrero, Margaret Moreland and other members of Centraleast Side Industrial Council accused Mr. Stoops of giving 8 children VD of the throat who was spared from prosecution by the intervention of US Senator Mark O Hatfield. Michael was sent to DC to help run the country.

National Coalition for Homeless
Michael Stoops-Advocate
1012 Fourteenth Street, NW #600,
Washington, DC 20005-3471
Fax: 202.737.6445

City of Boise Idaho

150 N Capitol Blvd
Boise, ID 83702
USDC Jury Awards Damages
For Denial of Services to Women and Children
Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP)

The city of Boise could see its tab for losing a lawsuit over housing for the homeless climb from $1 million to nearly $3 million once attorneys' fees and costs are added.

A federal jury ordered the city to pay $1 million to Community House in September, after finding that the city discriminated against homeless women and children and retaliated against the organization when board members complained. Now the attorneys that represented Community House in the lawsuit are asking that their client be compensated for fees and costs � which they say total nearly $1.9 million.

Under federal law, the winner of a lawsuit can generally seek to recover attorney's fees and costs from the losing side. The fees and costs have to be approved by a judge and they can be appealed, just like the verdict itself. But they can substantially raise the financial stakes for the losing party. Attorneys for the city, meanwhile, have asked U.S. District Judge Candy Dale to issue a judgment notwithstanding the verdict � a legal move in which a judge can set aside a jury's finding and issue a new verdict � or to hold a new trial.

In the city's motion filed Wednesday, the city contends that the judge made mistakes during the trial and that the verdict wasn't supported by the evidence presented in the case. In Community House's motion for attorney's fees and other supporting documents, also filed Wednesday, attorney Howard Belodoff said that he and several other attorneys and staffers with Idaho Legal Aid Services worked on the case over the past seven years. "Given the complexity and difficulty of the issues, the appeals, the defenses raised by Defendants, the length of time it took before a jury heard the case and contingent nature of the case, few if any attorneys would have considered representing the plaintiffs who had no resources to compensate counsel or pay the costs,"

Belodoff wrote in a court document. Community House and the city of Boise worked together in the 1990s to build and run a homeless shelter and soup kitchen, funded largely through federal grants and private donations. But over time, the relationship began to unravel, and in 2003 the city began looking for a new organization to run the shelter. When Community House officials learned the city planned to partner with the Boise Rescue Mission � which houses only men � Community House filed a complaint under the Fair Housing Act contending that the move amounted to discrimination against the homeless women and children currently living there because it would leave them with no place to go. The city of Boise officially entered into a lease-and-purchase agreement with the Boise Rescue Mission in 2005, passing an ordinance to make it a shelter for men only.

Community House then sued in federal court, bringing a number of claims including discrimination and retaliation. The city strongly denied those claims and the lawsuit eventually went to trial in August. After 11 days of testimony and arguments, the federal jury sided with Community House, finding the city violated the state constitution, discriminated against homeless women and children and retaliated against Community House. The jury awarded the organization $1 million, which Belodoff said would be used to house and provide for homeless families, women and children. After the verdict was announced, Boise city spokesman Adam Park released a prepared statement in which the city again denied any discrimination and said the $1 million award was without basis. The statement went on to note that even if the city were to fail in its efforts to overturn and reduce the damages, that amount would likely be covered by the city's insurance policy and not come out of taxpayer funds.

The Wackenhut Corporation

4200 Wackenhut Drive, Suite #100
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410

The Salvation Army

National Headquarters
615 Slaters Lane
P.O. Box 269
Alexandria, VA 22313
Prisons For Profit & Churches
& Golden Parachute Programs for Convicted Felons
1. Prisons For Profit the United States has created an incentive or bounty type prison system under which the cities and states are encouraged to arrest low income persons solely for the purpose of getting paid a set amount per night per prisoner. Ordinances and law such as vangrancy; hitchiking; loitering; which were declared unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court a generation ago are reappearing as officals seek a way to cash in on the federal bounty system.

2. It is remarkable to see communities which once competed for manufacturing plants competing for prisons. Questions of possible Human Rights violations are made to the United Nations each year concerning US Prisons. The Bush Administration saw a vast increast for golden parachute programs for ministries which catered to convicted felons returning from prison as so called "rehabilitative services".

Chairman Bernie G. Thompson

U.S. House of Representatives
Committee on Homeland Security
Washington, D.C. 20515
(202) 226-2616
Fax: (202) 226-4499

Chairman Senator John D. Rockefeller IV

US Senate Select Committee On Intelligence
211 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Question of Terrorist; Organized Criminal and Gang Take Over Of
Non Profit Agencies Redirected to US Department Of Homeland Security
1. This link reviews the development of prison based gangs; organized criminal takeovers of facilities and even occassional terrorist activities which evolved as the political patronage system eliminate law enforcement oversight of HUD functions.

2. This link discusses public and private persons who were eventually assassinated or eliminate while challenging organized crime turfs.