January 21, 1997
House Judiciary Committee
2138 Rayburn Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Dear Chairman Hyde:
I am writing to you because it is my understanding you intend to conduct hearings into FBI abuses, in particular the FBI actions resulting in false accusations directed at Richard Jewell in the Olympic bombing case.
I urge you to add to your agenda Criminal Case No. 96-60 in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky, in London, Kentucky. This case is currently on-going, having been granted a continuance to Jan. 27, due to the Prosecution's having used a twice-convicted felon and former mental patient to introduce the charges against the accused.
I urge you in the strongest possible way to immediately contact Judge Jennifer B. Coffman, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, to secure a copy of all case records and court proceedings.
The case basically amounts to a vendetta of false charges launched against Charles S. Hayes, a retired CIA agent, because he has made life uncomfortable for the FBI and the Justice Department.
The case is a rich minefield of un-
Constitutional procedures on the part
of the Court, and of incompetence and
criminal activity on the part of the
FBI and the Justice Department. Here
are some samples:
The simple fact of the matter is that Hayes tweaked the nose of the Justice Department when he recently (April 2, 1996) gave an affidavit on behalf of Inslaw (see "Angel of Death Gives Deposition to Justice Department in Inslaw Case"). Since that time, the Justice Department and the FBI--which (according to the Library of Congress) is an illegal organization not chartered by Congress--have been engaged in a broad conspiracy to discredit Hayes based on their malice toward the defendant. In pursuing their goal, the Prosecution has demonstrated misconduct and incompetence, and the FBI has engaged in deliberate entrapment.
Consequently, I urge you immediately move to secure all records from this case, and to launch an immediately investigation into Justice Department activities in Kentucky.
J. Orlin Grabbe
Enclosure 1: "Judge Jennifer B. Coffman's Kangaroo Court": an article on the Charles Hayes court case in London, Kentucky.
Enclosure 2: "Witness's past prompts delay in murder-plot trial": an article by Gail Gibson of the Lexington-Herald regarding the London, Kentucky, court case.
Enclosure 3: "Angel of Death Gives Deposition to Justice Department in Inslaw Case": an article showing the hostility against Hayes due to his giving an Affidavit on behalf of Inslaw.
Enclosure 4: "The Dickheads Are Still Desperate": an article explaining why funding for the FBI should be cut to zero.
Rep. Henry Hyde
2110 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Posted here January 21, 1997
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