August 7, 2017
3801 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008
The Honorable Anna Blackburne-Rigsby
D.C. Court of Appeals
430 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
RE: D.C. Attorney Misconduct — Judicial Miscarriage
Dear Judge Blackburne-Rigsby:
There is evidence that I committed a felony against the Government of the United States on August 3, 2017. There is evidence that I am engaged in a long-term scheme to defraud the federal government of up to a half million dollars in public monies.
Essential to my apparent ongoing fraud scheme are two apparently perjured sworn documents that figured materially in cases adjudicated by the District of Columbia Courts.
On July 28, 2016 Judge Judith A. Smith of Superior Court issued a protection order based on an apparently perjured affidavit filed by Petitioner [redacted], M.D. [redacted] v. Freedman, 2016 CPO 002862. Representing Dr. [redacted] was Molly Evans, Esq. (Feldesman Tucker), an attorney licensed to practice in the District of Columbia. Dr. [redacted] is licensed by the D.C. Board of Medicine. Said protection order and the underlying affidavit have been essential to my apparent ongoing fraud scheme. To the extent that Judge Smith exonerated an act of perjury suborned by a DC-licensed attorney, she exceeded her judicial power.
On September 1, 1998 the Court of Appeals (Judges John A. Terry, Inez Reid, and Warren King) issued a Memorandum Opinion and Judgment in the matter Freedman v. D.C. Dept. Human Rights, DCCA no. 96-CV-961. Said judgment affirmed the truthfulness 1/ of an apparently perjured sworn statement executed by Laurence J. Hoffman, Esq. and Dennis M. Race, Esq. (Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld) in 1992, both attorneys licensed to practice in the District of Columbia. Said sworn statement has been essential to my apparent ongoing fraud scheme. To the extent that Judges Terry, Reid and King exonerated an act of perjury committed by members of the DC Bar they exceeded their judicial power.
I forward a collection of pertinent documents.
May I request that you review this matter with the U.S. Attorney?
PA Bar No. 41032
1/ The truthfulness of said sworn statement had earlier been affirmed (1993) in an underlying agency decision issued by then Department of Human Rights Director, Margie A. Utley, Esq. Director Utley was subsequently disbarred by the Court of Appeals for unrelated acts involving moral turpitude. In Re Margie A. Utley, DCCA no. 96-BG-1004 (July 31, 1997).