Federal Judge finds FBI Involved in Corruption…

December 4, 2011 6:06 PM Views: 135

FBI COVER-UP…PUBLIC CORRUPTION…

 

 

 

 

 

 

by Stuart Pfeifer

A federal judge in Los Angeles overturned the corruption convictions of the top two executives of Lindsey Manufacturing Co., an Azusa power equipment firm, saying prosecutors’ misconduct prevented a fair trial.

In a lengthy and scathing ruling, U.S. District Judge A. Howard Matz said Justice Department attorneys allowed an FBI agent to present false testimony to a grand jury, inserted false statements into search warrant applications and unlawfully intercepted emails between a defendant and a defense attorney.

Matz said the misconduct was so flagrant that prosecutors should not be permitted to retry Lindsey Manufacturing executives Keith Lindsey and Steve K. Lee.

“Dr. Lindsey and Mr. Lee were put through a severe ordeal. Charges were filed against them as a result of a sloppy, incomplete and notably overzealous investigation,” Matz said in his ruling. He had issued a tentative ruling Monday and made that ruling final Wednesday.

“The government team committed many wrongful acts. It should not be permitted to escape the consequences of that conduct.”

In May, a federal jury in Los Angeles convicted Lindsey and Lee of charges alleging that they violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by paying a middleman to bribe officials with a state-owned power company in Mexico in order to obtain the company’s business.

Jan L. Handzlik, the defense attorney, said the judge’s ruling helped correct an injustice. He had argued that Lindsey officials were unaware of the bribes.

“This is a great day for the Keith Lindsey and Steve Lee. They never once wavered in their belief of their innocence,” Handzlik said. “It is also a great day for the fair administration of justice. Without an independent judiciary and courageous, fair-minded judges, days like this would not be possible.”

Matz also said he was not impressed with the evidence presented at trial. Prosecutors had argued that Lindsey and Lee authorized payments to a Mexican company, knowing it would be used to bribe officials with the country’s power company. Matz said he heard no direct evidence of that intent.

“The case against the Lindsey defendants was far from compelling,” the judge said.

9 Comments

  • Please oh God bring that honest Judge to South Carolina and have them rip a hole in the corruption here…I am waiting for you boys…come and get me….

    • There is a further Irony here. The management of Southern Holdings, Inc., was sellling their licenses when the local police were hired by two former board members to take out the CEO using the FBI’s NCIC system. The management did not even want to risk the chance of being involved in bribes and money laundering. However, the FBI decided to cover-up the crimes involved with the law abiding Southern Holdings, Inc., managment to protect the FBI -NCIC system’s image. So here are two remarkable stories of how the FBI will just make or break the law and convict innocent people and protect the guilty who themselves are the corrupt. Anyone who does not see this is a fool!!!

      • The written law states that “citizens are required by law to report criminal acts to the proper lawenforcement agency and if a citizen does not then, said citizen can be charged with a felony and/or as a conspirator”. But, in the real world; attorney’s, FBI agents/agencies, police, law enforcement agencies decide who is allowed to report criminal acts; who’s not allowed to do so;
        and what FBI reports, police reports, and court documents say. THAT IS THE CORRUPT SYSTEM AT WORK.
        I tried with everything I had to report criminal acts as alot of crimes unfolded to me. It took some work and research but I obtained the evidence. But the corrupt system of attorney’s, police, Judges, bank insiders, cpa’s, FBI agents and agencies “preventing my reports from being of public record while fraudulently created reports were filed of FBI records by FBI agents; of FBI records by attorney’s and an ex Judge; of court records by attorney’s and a money laundering enterprise tied to a drug king pen lord Attorney.
        Each time I let an attorney or FBI agent know of any of my evidence; my evidence got stolen or altered. In Texas; when attorney’s are involved in organized crime; then, here are no government agencies anywhere in Texas or Washington that will ever expose such corruption from my experience in trying over the past 16 years. I continue to be sit up by fraudulently created documents; police breaking into my home when I’m gone; 3 computers hacked into for the purpose of
        fraudulently creating more evidence of FBI records. There seems to be nothing I can do except watch it happen and wait for what’s next.
        If anyone knows any ethical attorney or government agency THAT I CAN MEET WITH ABOUT THIS; PLEASE TELL ME BEFORE I END UP DEAD OR PUT IN PRISON WITH THE MASSIVE AMOUNT OF FRAUDULENTLY CREATED EVIDENCE BY FBI AGENTS; JUDGES; CPA’S; POLICE; AND A DRUG MONEY LAUNDERING ENTERPRISE. IT IS VERY SCARRY WHEN BILL CLINTON RELEASED ONE OF THE DRUG MONEY LAUNDERS AFTER THIS MONEY LAUNDERING SCHEME WAS CARRIED OUT AND ALOT OF THE FRAUDULENTLY CREATED DOCUMENTS WERE FILED OF FBI RECORDS BY ATTORNEY’S, FBI AGENTS AND PEOPLE FALSELY CLAIMING TO BE ME. I DESPERATELY NEED TO FIND ONE ETHICAL PERSON WITH POWER TO MEET WITH IN REGARDS TO SUCH CORRUPTION IN DALLAS TEXAS.

  • Dr.David Klapmeier

    How long does it take to have an honest judge rule on the obvious? The Southern Holdings case is a prime example of a messed up system in South Carolina. The F.B.I. is absolutely guilty. The defendants in this case have no where to hide. The guilty in this case have only one hope and I mean one hope. What is that hope you may ask. It is the South Carolina judges. Just as the guilty scum bags stated early on, “We have nothing to worry about because the little people can not touch us because we have the judges in out pockets”. Can this case be moved to Calif. where a person has a chance of a fair trial?

  • This case is on point with the Southern Holdings case. It is about time that the FBI learn that it must work with the evidence as it exists, not manufacture the evidence to fit their pre-existing opinion of how the case should come out.

  • How do we get the people in South Carolina to understand the Culture of Corruption that is like a cancer in the legal system and is allowed by the FBI? We should get rid of the FBI as they do nothing but waste the federal budget and it’s agents are just like their founder J Edgar who was crooked as my monkey’s ass.

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  • The FBI ordered DSS take my daughter from me. They held
    my daugher hostage for over a year. They kept asking me
    to sing papers saying that I would not talk about the FBI
    or anyone else involved in the fraud involved in the sale
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    The FBI is nothing but a bunch of hoods. I have been
    brutalized by the York County Police twice, not only
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    part of it. The FBI sent them.

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