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STAN J.

CATERBONE, PRO SE and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP - A LANDMARK HUMAN RIGHTS AND ANTI-TRUST CASE

Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
_______________________________________________

In Re:
STANLEY J. CATERBONE
AND
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
PLAINTIFFS

v.

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


DEFENDANTS

THE CASE FOR AN INDICTMENT


OF OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CHARGES
________________________
THE NEW AMERICA WHY HIRE COSTLY ATTORNEYS WHEN BEING SUED; JUST
HIRE CORRUPT POLICE AT TAXPAYERS EXPENSE!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 2017

1. THE DEFENDANTS OF FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS IMPLEMENTED


THE USE OF THREATS, FABRICATED MENTAL HEALTH WARRANTS,
AND FALSE ARRESTS AS FAR BACK AS JUNE OF 1987 AND THE
ORGANIZED PROGRAM CONTINUES TO THIS DATE IN A COHESIVE
EFFORT TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE AND PREVENT THE DEFENDANT'S
NAMED HEREIN FROM THE FINANCIAL LIABILITY OF $MILLIONS OF
DOLLARS AND PUBLIC HUMILIATION.
2. THE CIA DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening
letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to
influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty
of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on allegations that
a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such
as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
3. THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or
force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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4. THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL DID IN FACT - corruptly or by


threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
5. THE FAIRMOUNT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM DID IN FACT -
corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication,
influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede,
the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to
interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence,
or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
6. THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
7. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, LTD., DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
8. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DID IN FACT -corruptly or by threats or force,
or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes,
or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
9. THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
10.OCCUPANTS OF 1252 FREMONT STREET DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
11.LANCASTER COUNTY MDJ ADAM J. WITKONIS DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.

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12.THE PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT AND THE PENNSYLVANIA


SUPERIOR COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
13.THE LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
14.THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, FBI, DID IN FACT - corruptly or
by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
15.THE LNP MEDIA GROUP DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by
any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
16.WGAL-TV8 DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
17.THE LANCASTER COUNTY COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE DID IN FACT - corruptly
or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.

18.THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or


force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE


CORNELL LAW SCHOOL www.law.cornell.edu/wex/obstruction_of_justice
whoever ....corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or
communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or
impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering
with duties of jurors or court officers.
A person obstruct justice when they have a specific intent to obstruct or interfere
with a judicial proceeding. (ALL COURT CASES, BOTH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL OF
PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE) For a person to be convicted of obstruction justice,
they must not only have the specific intent to obstruct the proceeding, both the person
must know (1) that a proceeding was actually pending at the time; and (2) there must
be a nexus between the defendant's endeavor to obstruct justice and the proceeding,
and the defendant must have knowledge of this nexus.
FINDING OF FACTS:

The Date of Origin


1. June 23, 1987, the day of the meeting with ISC Executive Mr. Larry Resch

between PLAINTIFF Stan J. Caterbone at his office and the Headquarters


of his company Financial Management Group, Ltd., 1755 Oregon Pike,
Lancaster, PA in Manheim Township, Lancaster County.
2. Mr. Larry Resch failed to inform CATERBONE of his association and position with
International Signal & Control, Plc., while CATERBONE formally began his whistle blowing
activities on International Signal & Control, Plc..
3. On June 23, 1987, at 2:00 pm immediately following the meeting with International Signal
& Control Executive, Mr. Larry Resch, CATERBONE has his locks changed to his office by
Russell Locksmith of Lititz, in order to secure confidential personal and business files in
light of the current internal power struggle between himself, Michael Hartlett and Robert
Kauffman, and given the conversation with Mr. Larry Resch of International Signal &
Control, Plc., a few hours earlier.
4. CATERBONE was a personal guarantor of a 5 year lease agreement with the Developer,
Fishcer Spounagle, Ltd., for the offices of Financial Management Group, Ltd., at 1755
Oregon Pike, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, that began in 1986 and did renew until 1991.
5. Robert Kaufman, President of FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., and other FINANCIAL
MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., executives burglarize CATERBONE's office removing
confidential personal and business tiles. Some of the mortgage banking and other

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business files have yet to be found. Kauffman and Robert Long illegally issue FINANCIAL
MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., stock certificates to Peter Peneros and Scott Robertson. Robert
Long signs the stock certificates as Secretary of FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd.,
when CATERBONE was acting Secretary, and was the only person duly authorized to issue
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., stock certificates. CATERBONE learned of the
burglary by Robert Kauffman, President, in a telephone conversation while at Stone Harbor,
NJ; Kauffman inadvertently mentioned that the stock certificates were issued, however,
with all documents at risk of being stolen, CATERBONE did not mention the incident, in
hopes to first recover any potentially stolen business and personal files.
6. Financial Management Group, Ltd., executives engaged in obstruction of justice,
in unfair competition, wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to person,
criminal trespass, forgery, undo influence, conspiracy, embezzlement, Count IV -
extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, wrongful interference
with business relations, and violated several bylaws of Financial Management
Group, Ltd.,

STAN J. CATERBONE'S ATTEMPTS TO COMMENCE CIVIL ACTIONS


THE COMMENCEMENT OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

7. On June 18, 1987, CATERBONE and Randy Grespin, corporate attorney for The Life
Underwriters Group, fly to Atlanta, Georgia, to visit with executives of Planners Securities
Group, a nationally known Broker Dealer, and joint venture partner that was in the midst of
a deal in which Financial Management Group, Ltd., had negotiated an equity interest.
CATERBONE had initially consulted with both Kauffman and Hartlett concerning the trip,
however when both disagreed, CATERBONE questioned why CATERBONE was the only
principal to personally visit the operations of Hibbard Brown & Company, which lead
CATERBONE his decision to terminate the ill fated merger.
8. Planners Securities Group, was regarded as the most successful Broker Dealers in the
financial planning community, and included several former presidents of the national board
of the International Association of Financial Planners. The company had previously been
recruiting Financial Management Group, Ltd.,., and offering an attractive equity interest.
Randy Grespin agreed to reimburse $600 to CATERBONE for the expense and use of his
aircraft.
9. CATERBONE had the following agenda for the trip and meeting:
1. Visit and discuss the joint venture and merger with Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
and evaluate the various departments necessary to administer Financial Management
Group, Ltd.,'s., stock transactions and private real estate offerings.
2. Discuss and evaluate the opportunities of utilizing insurance products from Randy
Grespin's firm, and all matters related to the structuring of business.

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3. Familiarize Greg Burie, a personal friend and recruitment of CATERBONE s who was
also visiting from Florida to consider opening a Florida office for Financial Management
Group, Ltd..
4. Conduct an extensive and thorough due diligence investigation of the stability,
efficiency, and security of the operations, in order to prevent a similar situation that
facilitated the previous termination of the recent Hibbard Brown & Company deal.
CATERBONE left the meetings with very optimistic and impressive findings, that only
left more questions as to the decision of Kauffman and Bartlett to affiliate with Hibbard
Brown & Company, knowing that the Atlanta group had been aggressively pursuing
talks of a merger since the inception of Financial Management Group, Ltd.,., On the
return flight home, CATERBONE CONFIDED TO RANDY GRESPIN,
REQUESTING LEGAL ADVISE, REGARDING THE RECENT PROBLEMS AND
HIS ALLEGATIONS OF MISCONDUCT BY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
GROUP, LTD.,., PRESIDENT ROBERT KAUFFMAN. RANDY GRESPIN
ADVISED CATERBONE TO TAKE SOME TIME AND SEEK LEGAL COUNSEL.
On June 18, 2007, after arriving at the corporate offices of Upon entering the offices of
Financial Management Group, Ltd., Robert Kauffman pulls CATERBONE into his office
and abruptly shouts "Who is running this corporation, me or you?". CATERBONE
quickly answers "I don't give a damn who runs this company. as long as it's run right,
and for the right reasons!" CATERBONE immediately left the office.
10.On June 18, 1987, later in the evening, Robert Kauffman, President visits the home of
CATERBONE and engaged in a contractual dispute when CATERBONE refused to agree
to approve the new contract and salary increase of Robert Kauffman, President,. Robert
Kauffman, President, engaged in retaliatory and activities, including fraud, Count IV -
extortion, libel, defamation of character, obstruction of justice, and conspiracy.
11.On July 1, 1987, CATERBONE retained the counsel of Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq., of
Lancaster, to arrange for a meeting to discuss the recent events and Coup attempt by
Kauffman and Hartlett that included several criminal and security violations. CATERBONE
visits with Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. and describes the incidents in detail, including the
"Digital Movie", ISC, and all related activities. Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. instructs
CATERBONE to have all of the files copied and arranges for the return of all Financial
Management Group, Ltd., corporate files. CATERBONE had questioned Mr. Joseph F. Roda,
Esq. for a legal opinion as to his right of any moneys in Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
checking accounts that he was authorized to sign for. Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. advised that
CATERBONE had no right to any funds. All checks were returned to Financial
Management Group, Ltd., along with all other documents.
12.CATERBONE advises Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. that he is in fear that someone is
deliberately orchestrating all of the recent incidents, which were quite extraordinary and

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extremely criminal and have been coming from all directions. CATERBONE advised Mr.
Joseph F. Roda, Esq. that he would like to take all of his files to Stone Harbor, New Jersey
for safekeeping while he pursued his legal recourse. CATERBONE also explained that he
would feel safer leaving Lancaster until these circumstances were brought under control.
13.Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq., failed to provide any advocacy representation; colluded with
Financial Management Group, Ltd.,; failed to inform CATERBONE of any conflicts of
interests with current clients (Mr. William Clark, in house legal counsel for International
Signal & Control, Plc.,); was negligent in not reviewing the hundreds of documents
CATERBONE delivered and for not identifying causes of actions, which United States
District Judge Mary McLaughlin identified from similar documents in June of 2006; was
negligent in not believing CATERBONE detailed account of the Commonwealth National
Bank (Mellon Bank) wrongful repossession, may have conspired to cover-up CATERBONE
s Federal False Claims Act against International Signal & Control, Plc,.
14.Mr. Joseph F. Roda committed fraud in invoicing CATERBONE for services rendered,
without any actual benefit afforded to CATERBONE .
15.EARLY WEEKS OF JULY 1987 - CATERBONE solicits the legal services of Ric Fox, a
Harrisburg attorney that has prepared legal documents for the "Digital" Movie. Rio Fox
flies his aircraft to the Cape May County Airport, and arrives at CATERBONE 's house
accompanied with another attorney Robert Chercicoff. All of the recent activities were
detailed and described concerning Financial Management Group, Ltd.,; the "Digital Movie";
and the illegal repossession of the aircraft. CATERBONE questioned Mr. Fox and his
associate of any relationship with Commonwealth Bank, which headquarters were also in
Harrisburg, and both gave a very ambiguous answer. The meeting ended with both
attorneys failing to recognize or admit to any wrongdoing by any and all related parties,
and further demanding a $2,000 retainer fee to look further into the matters.
CATERBONE suspects the conspiracy theory again, especially in light of the acknowledged
relationship with Commonwealth Bank, and an indirect relationship with Robert Kauffman,
through Life Underwriters of Harrisburg, a joint venture arranged by CATERBONE some
months earlier. By July 5, CATERBONE had already made two legitimate attempts to
solicit legal aid for the unexplained events and circumstances, both of which were
maliciously sabotaged.
16.Ric Fox and Robert Chercicoff engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business
contracts, interference with business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up
CATERBONE S Federal False Claims Act complaint.
17.On July 6, 1987, CATERBONE contacts David Drubner, of Boston, Ma, a friend of
CATERBONE's brothers Mike, and an attorney. During the conversation, David Drubner
questions CATERBONE about "taking some medication", and supports the allegations of
insanity.
18.On July 17, 1987 CATERBONE travels to Hollywood, California to meet and visit with Ted

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Gamillion and Gamillion Studios (Film Studio), and Marcia Silen of Flatbush Films. Ted
Gamillion had previously solicited the consulting of CATERBONE in order to help
reorganize the financing of the film studio, after earlier arrangements in North Carolina had
gone sour. CATERBONE had spent several days visiting and touring the studio. Ted
Gamillion agreed to allow CATERBONE to represent the studio in order to secure the
required financing. Ted Gamillion provided CATERBONE with substantial amounts of
confidential financial, legal, and tax documents for the project.
19.During the visit, Marcia Silen had disclosed to CATERBONE that Scott Robertson had made
allegations of insanity about him (CATERBONE) to persons at Power Station Studios and
and Flatbush Films.
20.In the following days, CATERBONE had made numerous telephone calls to local, state,
and federal authorities, for intervention and help regarding all of the preceding events and
circumstances. The following is a brief description of each: Manheim Township Police
Department, responded "what bank branch repossessed your aircraft"; Pennsylvania State
Senator Gib Armstrong, responded, "I will call the Pa Attorney General's Office and have
them call you; the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Philadelphia-based field
office; U.S. Representative Robert Walker (R-Pa), a detailed and explicit conversation with
Mrs. Robert Walker, who would only advise CATERBONE to put his situation in writing and
submit it to the Congressman in his Washington, D. C. office. In addition: David Wouls
(Executive Vice President of the Lancaster chamber of Commerce & Industry),
CATERBONE talked at length, and in detail, making allegations of misconduct with
members of the same; National Association of securities Dealers (NASD), in Washington,
D.C., CATERBONE discussed the securities related violations. And also: the Securities &
Exchange Commission (SEC), also in Washington, D.C., and discussed securities laws
violations; the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, of Harrisburg, Pa, discussed the
implications of CATERBONE's illegal lock-out, and his legal and formal positions, including
incorporating officer of Financial Management Group, Ltd., CATERBONE received no
support or follow-up communications concerning all of the above requests, despite his
apparent emotional duress, and extreme situation.
21.On July 7th, 1987, CATERBONE contacts the law firm of Capello & Foley, of Santa
Barbara, California. CATERBONE had conducted research (American Bar Association
Journal) in "Lender Liability", which had became a very popular legal issue, where banks
participate in illegal activities resulting in the financial ruin of it's borrowers. CATERBONE
intended to file suit against Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) for the illegal and
unjustified repossession of his aircraft. CATERBONE discussed the case briefly with Diane
Campell that day, and CATERBONE made arrangements to deliver supporting documents
to the office in Santa Barbara the following week, while visiting with Gamillion Studios, in
Hollywood.
22.On July 15, 1987 CATERBONE travels to Boston, Massachusetts to research lender

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liability and other legal matters in a law library of Suffolk Community College.
23.On July 16, 1987, CATERBONE travels to New York, from Boston, MA, to visit with Bob
Walters of Power Station Studios, to discuss the allegations of Blackmail, and to find out
who is involved, including Scott Robertson and Power Station Studios.
24.On July 17, 1987, CATERBONE travels to Hollywood, California to meet and visit with Ted
Gamillion and Gamillion Studios (Film Studio), and Marcia Silen of Flatbush Films. Ted
Gamillion had previously solicited the consulting of CATERBONE in order to help
reorganize the financing of the film studio, after earlier arrangements in North Carolina had
gone sour. CATERBONE had spent several days visiting and touring the studio. Ted
Gamillion agreed to allow CATERBONE to represent the studio in order to secure the
required financing. Ted Gamillion provided CATERBONE with substantial amounts of
confidential financial, legal, and tax documents for the project. During the visit, Marcia
Silen had disclosed to CATERBONE that Scott Robertson had made allegations of insanity
about him (CATERBONE ) to persons at Power Station Studios and at Flatbush Films.
25.CATERBONE discusses the illegal repossession and other related matters, however during
the conversation, becomes suspicious when Bob Walters and Tony Bongiovi disclose that
the "Digital" Movie project is suddenly suspended until a later time.
26.On July 21, 1987, At 2:30 pm CATERBONE visits the law firm of Capello & Foley, in Santa
Barbara, California, and delivers 3 large blue binders for Diane Cambell and attorney Barry
Capello to review, concerning his allegations of dire violations of lender liability with specific
regards to the illegal repossession of his aircraft by Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon
Bank). CATERBONE research the law firm of Capello & Foley at the Suffolk law library
and learned that it was the leading law firm in the nation leading the way in violations of
lender liability litigation.
27.The law firm of Capello & Foley and CATERBONE had numerous communications,
although there was never any commitment for representation by Capello & Foley, it is
alleged that the law firm engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business
contracts, interference with business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up
CATERBONE S Federal False Claims Act complaint by not acting in good faith with the
solicitation of CATERBONE .
28.On July 24, 1987 CATERBONE conducts a three (3) hour meeting at his residence in
Stone Harbor, NJ, with attorney Lew Schweller regarding legal action concerning all events
and activities of the prior days and months. CATERBONE also gives Lew Schweller a
$500.00 retainers fee, for his representation.
29.Lew Schweller engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business contracts,
interference with business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up
CATERBONE S Federal False Claims Act complaint.
30.On July 24, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda invoices CATERBONE $527.00 for the time and
services of July 1 & 2, 1987.

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31.On September 1, 1987, in an attempt to resolve issues, CATERBONE calls Financial


Management Group, Ltd., board member P. Alan Loss and requests a meeting with Robert.
long and Scott Robertson to explain allegations of misconduct of Robert Kauffman and
Michael Hartlett and the illegal lockout of CATERBONE . P. Alan Loss agrees and a
meeting is set for September 4, 1987 at 10:00 am in the aide Hickory Inn, a mile away
from Financial Management Group, Ltd., CATERBONE requests that the meeting be in the
strictest of confidence.
32.On September 3, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda sends CATERBONE a letter requesting
payment of $525.48 in outstanding legal tees for the meetings of July 1 & 2 and copying
charges.
33.CATERBONE calls Victor of Romar Aviation (no charge) to schedule a charter flight from
Cape May County Airport to the Lancaster Airport for September 3rd at approximately 2:00
pm, the day before the meeting with Financial Management Group, Ltd., executives.
34.On September 3, 1987, Robert Kauffman calls detective Larry Sigler of the Manheim
Township Police Department to report an alleged Terroristic threat made two days prior, on
September 1, 1987, by CATERBONE between the hours of 9:00 and 1 pm noontime.
Detective Larry Sigler issues a warrant for the arrest of CATERBONE with District Justice
Murray Horton that was issued at about the same time as the arrival of CATERBONE at
Romar Aviation.
35.On September 3, 1987, Larry Sigler and the Manheim Township Police Department engage
in false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution and/or malicious abuse of
process claims arising out of the charges and arrest in September 1987; and (2) civil rights
claims under 42 U.S.C. 1983, arising out of the Department's actions or inactions in July
and September 1987, and January 1991.
36.On September 3, 1987, At approximately 3:00 pm Mary Lynn Dipaolo picks CATERBONE
up at Romar Aviation for a scheduled visit and dinner. After CATERBONE becomes
annoyed at Mary Lynn Dipaolo's unjustified allegations, CATERBONE borrows her car to
go home to his residence in Conestoga and to go play basketball.
37.On September 3, 1987, at approximately 7:00 pm, upon leaving the playground, he is
approached by Nancy Arment, Financial Management Group, Ltd., secretary, who is
elaborated and crying, asking "why are you doing this?".
38.Nancy Arment of Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in harassment and
conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion.
39.On September 3, 1987, At approximately 9:00 pm, in an attempt to recover additional
stolen personal and business tiles, CATERBONE proceeds to the offices of Financial
Management Group, Ltd., where he is greeted by employee Stacy Waters and allowed to
enter the building. CATERBONE insists that Stacy Walters accompany him throughout
the building as he recovers files in the offices of Robert Kauffman, Michael Bartlett, and
Robert Long. In addition retrieving a Back-Up (Financial Management Group, Ltd., records

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and communications) copy of the computer system which he integrated. Upon leaving,
CATERBONE temporarily disconnect the systems which he had integrated and developed
for Financial Management Group, Ltd., which fall under intellectual property rights. Stacy
Walters assists CATERBONE in loading the tiles in his automobile, and CATERBONE
kisses Stacy Walters goodbye, and awaits for her safe return to the building until leaving.
40.Stacy Walters engaged in criminal trespass, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
undo influence, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, and wrongful interference
with business relations.
41.On September 4, 1987, after midnight, upon entering his residence, CATERBONE is taken
into custody by the Conestoga Police, and requests that the files that he had taken out of
the offices of Financial Management Group, Ltd., be taken along to prove his rights to the
property, and his position within the company. CATERBONE was then taken to the
jurisdiction of Manheim Township Police, at Where the New Danville Pike meets South
Prince Street, where he is arrested and taken into custody.
42.On September 4, 1987, at approximately 2:00 am, CATERBONE is arraigned before
District Justice Richard R. Reeser for the following charges: Terroristic threats; burglary;
unlawful restraint; unlawful use of computers; theft by unlawful taking; robbery; and
criminal mischief.
43.Bail is set at $20,000 and CATERBONE is placed in the Lancaster County Prison. He was
not permitted to post real estate for bail.
44.The Manheim Township Police Department, Detective Larry Mathias and the Lancaster
County Prison engage in (1) assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious
prosecution and/or malicious abuse of process claims arising out of the charges and arrest
in September 1987; and (2) civil rights claims under 42 U.S.C. 1983, arising out of the
Department's actions or inactions in July and September 1987, and January 1991.
45.September 5, 1987 -The Lancaster New Era and the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal report
the alleged crimes, reporting that CATERBONE is an ax-employee; that Financial
Management Group, Ltd., sustained $60,000 because of his actions; and that he
threatened 2 female employees.
46.The Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., engaged in libel, slander, defamation of character,
conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, conspiracy to
commit obstruction of justice.
47.The entire arrests and reports fail to acknowledge that CATERBONE is an individual
lessee of the property, and in accordance with law, still holds all of his offices of PING, Ltd.,
and is the founder of the company. The above incident further facilitates the ongoing
conspiracy, and publicly discredits CATERBONE in every way, financially, professionally,
and most importantly conveniently supports the continued allegations of insanity.
48.On September 6, 1987, all attempts to post bail are denied. Robert Beyer appears for
visitation at the Lancaster county prison, completely unexpectedly and unsolicited. Robert

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Beyer offers his services and representation with regards to only defending the criminal
charges.
49.On September 9, 1987, CATERBONE is given an ultimatum by the Lancaster county
prison authorities, Robert Bayer, Yolanda Caterbone, and Mary Lynn Dipaolo of posting the
required bail only if CATERBONE voluntarily admits himself into the Psychiatric Unit of St.
Joseph Hospital, or remains in the Lancaster County prison.
50.CATERBONE is released from Lancaster County prison, and immediately escorted to St.
Joseph Hospital and admitted into the Psychiatric Unit.
51.On September 9, 1987, Yolanda Caterbone, Robert Beyer, and Mary Lynn Dipaolo engage
in conspiracy to commit fraud, false statements, and conspiracy to commit Count IV -
extortion, obstruction of justice, and false imprisonment.
52.On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE questions the legality of the ultimatum for posting
bail, and upon learning that it is unlawful, arranges for his discharge - Upon his discharge,
the St. Joseph Hospital administrators learn that Financial Management Group, Ltd., had
terminated his health insurance, and demand payment of $3, 064.60 for the six days of
hospitalization. CATERBONE is not able to pay, and leaves the hospital and returns to his
residence of Conestoga, PA.
53.St. Joseph Hospital engaged in collusion to commit fraud, Count IV - extortion, libel,
slander, and defamation of character, false imprisonment, obstruction of justice, and false
statements.
54.On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE receives an invoice from St. Joseph Hospital for
$3,064.00.
55.On September 16, 1987, CATERBONE receives a call from Howard Eisler, an Investigator
for the Pennsylvania Securities Commission who requests a meeting with CATERBONE . A
meeting is scheduled for September 29, and CATERBONE arranges for Robert Beyer and
Millard Johnson to attend.
56.On September 21, 1987, ISC and the British Ferranti firm agree in principal to merge,
creating what appeared to be a $1.5 billion defense/electronics conglomerate, after six
months of negotiations.
57.On September 22, 1987,CATERBONE and James Warner settle on the real estate deal, of
433 w. Marion Street, which CATERBONE had sold to James Warner, at a distressed price,
which still yielded a profit. The profits of the transaction were paid directly to Millard
Johnson, with CATERBONE getting none of the proceeds. Millard Johnsons funds were
extorted by Commonwealth National Bank and Lancaster Aviation.

THE FACTS OF THE MENTAL HEALTH RECORD OF STAN J. CATERBONE

58.There were a total of 4 Section 303 Court Hearings since 2006 and there was
never any medications or OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLANS ever ORDERED BY

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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE, OR THE COURT. The Section 303 COURT


ORDERS, by law, must be filed in the Lancaster County Courthouse
Prothonotary Office.

59.The first PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was to the BURDETTE TOMLIN


HOSPITAL in Cape May County, New Jersey The commitment lasted only 4
hours, and was a result of a fabricated suicide allegation made to the Stone
Harbor Police Department.

60.In September of 1987 the PSYCHIATRIC COMITMENT to then Saint Joseph


Hospital, now Lancaster Regional Medical Center was the direct result of a
fabricated CONDITION OF BAIL, which when discovered lead to the
IMMEDIATE DISCHARGE, again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or
MEDICATIONS.

61.In February of 2005 there was a again another fabricated SUICIDE


ALLEGATION, made by a patron of the Alley Kat that resulted in the false
imprisonment at 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA for approximately 2
hours by the Southern Regional Police Department, again resulted in NO
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT.

62.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was in April of 2006 by the Southern


Regional Police to the Lancaster General Hospital, that resulted in the
Discharge from my Pro Se Representation at the Section 303 Hearing, again
with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

63.In July of 2009 I had excruciating pain from a cavity that no dentist in
Lancaster County would fill. I had a commitment at a free dental clinic in
New Holland only to have the commitment rescinded at the last minute after
6 hours of wait time. I visited several emergency rooms for pain medications
and finally the Lancaster General Hospital took a blood sample and found the
infection had spread to my blood stream. The emergency room immediately
put me on an intravenous drip of antibiotics for about an hour and scheduled
an appointment with Conestoga Oral Surgeons. Upon leaving I had submitted
a video tape of audio only of a recording of myself in pain. Upon arriving
home, the Lancaster City Police showed up with another 302 Psychiatric
Commitment and took me to the Lancaster General Hospital Emergency
Room. I was immediately scheduled for emergency oral surgery and taken to
the Intermediate Intensive Care Unit. The next day I had emergency oral
surgery to remove 2 infected teeth. During the previous 2 weeks I had taken
photos of the transformation of my face from the infection. After surgery a
Psychiatric Interview was done in my room in the Intermediate Intensive
Care Unit I was discharged without incident and again with no
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS. I was never even in any
portion of the psychiatric care unit. UNFORTUNATELY, INSTEAD OF A
$1500.00 OUTPATIENT BILL THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL BILLE ME
SOME $30,000.00.

64.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS were all the result of FABRICATIONS


BY DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER OF THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE
DEPARTMENT TO FAIRMOUNT HOSPITAL IN PHILADELPHIA April of 2015;
July of 2015, and February of 2016. Again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

65.The 2010 OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN of COUNSELING ONLY, for 3 months

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was a VOLUNTARY TREATMENT PLAN that was coerced after 3 Psychiatric


Nurses forced medication by needle to the buttox, and then medication for
the next several days in FARIMOUNT HOSPITAL. No MEDICATIONS WERE
TAKEN AFTER THE INITAL PRESCRIPTION FROM THE HOSPITAL WAS
FINISHED, WHICH ONLY LASTED A FEW WEEKS.

66.RECORDS AND MY OWN MEMORY CLARIFIES THAT THE LANCASTER CITY


POLICE DEPARTMENT ENGAGED IN THE VERY SAME TACTICS AGAINST MY
FATHER, SAMUEL CATERBONE, JR. IN THE 1960'S, WHICH RESULTED IN BOTH
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS AND ELECTO-SHOCK TREATMENTS, A CLASSIC
MKULTRA PROGRAM TECHNIQUE FOR BRAIN WASHING.

67.The VOLUNTARY decision on my part to take PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS


AND OUTPATIENT TREATMENT by Lancaster Psychiatrist Dr. Alber Shulz, who
in 1986 was a client of mine at Financial Management Group, Ltd., who also
treated my brother Sammy Caterbone, was THE DIRECT RESULT OF
REPEATED REQUEST BY MY MOTHER, YOLANDA RODA CATERBONE WHICH I
MADE IN ORDER TO OBTAIN FINANCIAL BACKING, WORK, AND INCOME. MY
FINANCIAL RECORD AND WORK HISTORY RECORD PROVES THIS.

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DEFENDANTS LIST AS OF FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 2017 -

68.Steve Midciff Ceo Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;


69.Dr.Anthony Mastropietro Medical Director Lancaster Regional Hospital
Lancaster,Pa.;
70.Linda S. Wenger Pa-C Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
71.Christine M.Dang M.D. Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
72.Mastropietro Associatesfamily Practice Noll Drive Lancaster Pa.;
73.BLack And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
74.Dr. John Black Iii Black And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
75.Southeast Health Clinic Brightside Baptist Church Lancaster Pa.;
76.Dr. Leo Dorizynski Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa.;
77. Dr. Sean Coldren M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa.;
78.Dr. Emily Pressley M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa..;
79.Dr. Daniel Mcintyre M.D. Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
80.Lancaster General Hospital Department Of Psychiatry Lancaster Pa.;
81.Dr. Tate Lancaster Emergency Associates Of Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa..;
82.Amy Millhouse Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
83.Officer Eric Mccrady, Lancaster City Bureau Of Police Lancaster Pa.;
84.Lancaster County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Department County Of
Lancaster Lancaster Pa.;
85.JAMES McLAUGHLIN DISRECTOR MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION
DEPARTMENT COUNTY OF LANCASTER LANCASTER PA.;
86.CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
87.MR. McCARDY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER
COUNTY'
88.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
89.DENNIS STUCKEY CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF
LANCASTER PA.;
90.HOUSE OF PASTA BAR & RESTAURANT MILLERSVILLE PIKE LANCASTER PA.;
91.YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR NORTH QUEEN ST. LANCASTER PA.;
92.UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
93.ART WARD PROPERIETOR UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
94.PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
95.COMMANDER PA. STATE POLICE TROOP J LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
96.PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT);
97.BEVERLY POINTS ESQ. LEGAL COUNSEL PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION;
98.LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
99.TERRY BERGMAN SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS
COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
100. MARK REESE CHIEF DEPUTY LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE PRO SE.
REINSTATED AS DIRECTED.
101. RANDALL O. WENGER PROTHONOTARY.
102. LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE AVENUE LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
103. DR. L. WENGER LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
104. WEIS MARKETS SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
105. WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
106. AMY BRENT PHARMICIST DISTRICT MANAGER WEIS MARKET

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107. CVS PHARMACY MANOR SHOPPING CENTER LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA


108. FULTON FINANCIAL CORPORATION LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
109. FULTON BANK LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
110. MR. R. SCOTT SMITH CEO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
111. PHILLIP WENGER COO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
112. MR. CRAIG RODA CEO FULTON BANK
113. MS DANA CHRYST BOARD OF DIRECTORS FULTON FINANICAL
CORPORATION LANCASTER
114. GENERAL HOSPITAL
115. NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC NEW HOLLAND PENNSYLVANIA
116. DR. WEST NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS INC.
LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
117. STEVE WEAVER MANAGER LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
118. JOHN BUCKWALTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN LANCASTER
NEWSPAPERS
119. HIGH INDUSTRIES LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
120. FRANK MCCABE HIGH HOTELS
121. S. DALE HIGH HIGH INDUSTRIES
122. BARLEY SNYDER LLC. LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
123. SHAWN LONG ESQ. BARLEY SNYDER LLC
124. WGAL TV-8 LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
125. PAUL QUINN GENERAL MANAGER WGAL TV-8
126. DOUG ALLEN WGAL TV-8
127. JANELLE STELLSON WGAL TV-8
128. SUSAN SHIPIRO WGAL TV-8
129. BARBARA BARR WGAL TV-8
130. LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS LANCASTER COUNTY
PENNSYLVANIA
131. COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX RED ROSE COMMONS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
132. LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS
133. RYAN P. AUMENT LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
134. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
135. NURSE 1 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
136. NURSE 2 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
137. DR. VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
138. WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
139. BRANCH MANAGER WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR
STREETS LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
140. ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR
141. MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT AND BAR
142. MARION STREET CAFE
143. MIKE GEESEY PROPRIETOR MARION COURTROOM
144. ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
145. JOHN KATRAS PROPRIETOR ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
146. BRETT STABLEY MANAGER ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
147. ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT
148. THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB GEORGE SOUKAS MANAGER THE VILLAGE
NIGHTCLUB
149. RUBY TUESDAY RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL MANOR SHOPPING CENTER
150. VALENTINOS CAFE LANCASTER
151. BRICKYARD BAR

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152. LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION


153. DAVID PFLUMM
154. PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK LIBERTY PLACE LANCASTER
155. LANCASTER EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA)
156. MARK SPRUNGER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LETA
157. RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA)
158. DAVID KILMER RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY
159. LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
160. KIETH SADDLER CHIEF OF POLICE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
161. SGT. RICHARD COSMORE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU LANCASTER
162. CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
163. MR. MCGUIRE LANCASTER CITY HOUSING INSPECTION
164. DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION REPRESENTATIVE
165. LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION
166. RICHARD GRAY MAYOR CITY OF LANCASTER
167. LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS
168. WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK
169. RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET LANCASTER PA
170. LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE
171. CRAIG STEDMAN LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY
172. MICHAEL LANDIS DETECTIVE LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE
173. PRESIDENT JUDGE LOUIS FARINA LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS
174. JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
175. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL
BOARD COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
176. ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE THOMAS CORBETT PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL
177. UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF
PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA
178. ERIC HOLDER UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL
179. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) HARRISBURG OFFICE
180. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) PHILADELPHIA OFFICE
181. SHERYL CROW INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST
182. UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA)
183. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.)
184. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)
185. ROBERT GATES UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
186. BARRACK OBAMA UNITED STATES PRESIDENT
187. DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN PH.D. VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
188. JODIE RICHARDSON SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
189. LORI B. AUSTIN DIRECTOR OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
190. VICTOR DESANTIS DIRECTOR GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEACH
PROGRAM MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
191. MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND
LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
192. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
193. NATHANIEL BOMBERGER LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT
194. P. MICHAEL STURLA PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
195. JOHN ROCHAT CHIEF OF POLICE MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE
DEPARTMENT
196. MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
197. ROBERT S. WALKER,
198. ATT MOBILE PHONE,

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199. SPRINT MOBILE PHONE,


200. BEST BUY,
201. HILDEY'S BAR,
202. THE JUKE BOX, JOHN KATRAS, LANCASTER
203. FLEET AND AUTO,
204. PRESS ROOM, LNP ENTERPRISES,
205. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,OFFICE
206. MAX, LANCASTER REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM,
207. PATIENT FIRST URGENT CARE, ALTANA
208. RESTAURANT, BEN FRANK, AMALFI PROPERTIES,
209. TELLUS360 BAR AND RESTAURANT,
210. CORTY BYRON, ANNIE BAILEY'S RESTAURANT, JOSHUA FUNK,
211. CIGAR BAR, DANIEL FALCON,
212. LANCASTER DISPENSING COMPANY, BRADLEY DEFORGE, JUDY ROSS,
213. YORGOS BAR AND RESTAURANT, GEORGE KATSAROS, AND MRS.
KATSAROS,
214. LENS CRAFTERS, LANCASTER, PA., DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES,
OPTOMETRISTS, LANCASTER, PA.
215. CARTRIDGE WORLD, LANCASTER, PA.,
216. KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE LANCASTER, PA.,
217. EYEMART EXPRESS STORE, LANCASTER, PA.,
218. DR. HARRY BREITMAN, LANCASTER, PA.,
219. OFFICE MAX STORE #854, LANCASTER, PA.,
220. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, CIA, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA,
221. LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, LANGLEY,
VIRGINIA
222. MARRIOTT MOTELL, PENN SQUARE GRILL AND BAR, INTERSTATE HOTELS &
RESORTS
223. SPRING HOUSE BREWING COMPANY, TAPROOM
224. JAMES COMEY, DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION,
OR FBI
225. PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP THE WHITE HOUSE
226. MR. JEFFREY SESSIONS, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
227. MASON PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
228. ABIGAL PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREAT
229. ELIZABETH PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
230. KEAGAN PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
231. WILLIAM PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
232. GREG BURIE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
233. KEVIN HOBDAY STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
234. ANNA CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
235. STEVE CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
236. PHIL CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
237. KIESHLA CALCORFI-PRTIZ/ENTERPRISE AUTO FALSE STATEMENTS TO
AUTHORITIES
238. LANCASTER BARNSTORMERS, DAKOTA BASEBALL, IAN RIZOW, BOB LISS,
STEVE ZUCKERMAN, BOB ZUCKERMAN; Doing Business at 650 NORTH
PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 17603
239.
240. FREMONT STREET NEIGBORS
241. 1. GEIGER, ROBERT AND CAROL 1261 FREMONT ST REAR
242. 2. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1257 FREMONT ST REAR
243. 3. TANNER JOSHUA M, 1267 FREMONT ST
244. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1255 FREMONT ST REAR
245. 5. AREAS, KARLA 1263 FREMONT ST
246. 6. WILSON THEODORE R JR, AND JENNIFER, N 1261 FREMONT ST
247. 7. GEIGER, ROBERT AND CAROL 1261 FREMONT ST REAR

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248. 8. WEICKSEL CHARLES S SR, 1257 FREMONT ST


249. 9. NOLL, LINDA 1255 FREMONT ST
250. 10.FIX FRANK C II & A MARLENE, 1251 FREMONT ST
251. 11.MCELROY JANICE L, 1249 FREMONT ST
252. 12.HERR E NORBERT&BERYL M, 1247 FREMONT ST
253. 13.HOLZ WILLIAM C, 1231 FREMONT ST
254. 14.SHORT, JILL 1245 FREMONT ST
255. 15.MCCUEN, CHRISTINE 1243 FREMONT ST
256. 16.PATEL, VIVAK 1239 FREMONT ST
257. 17.TROUT RONALD N & JEANETTE E, 1262 FREMONT ST
258. 18.SHAMBAUGH, KATHERINE 1237 FREMONT ST
259. 19.CULLERS BRUCE E & TRACEY L, 1235 FREMONT ST
260. 20.LAUKHUFF KENNETH W & MARLENE, 1260 FREMONT ST
261. 21.BAUER M EILEEN, 1233 FREMONT ST
262. 22.PARIS BRIAN M, 1258 FREMONT ST
263. 23.FISHER JUSTIN E, 1231 FREMONT ST
264. 24. 789 MAIN STREET LLC, 1256 FREMONT ST
265. 25.SCHRECK DAVID M, AND EDWARD EVINS 1252 FREMONT ST
266. 26.FOEHLINGER FRANCES C, 1227 FREMONT ST
267. 27.BOWMAN RONALD D, AND LORI, C. 1225 FREMONT ST
268. 28.COLON DANIEL, 1223 FREMONT ST
269. 29.SUTTON DAWN M, AND KENDALL 1248 FREMONT ST
270. 30.GRAHAM, ERIK AND COURTNEY 1246 FREMONT ST
271. 31.GROFF RONALD L & HELEN E, 1221 FREMONT ST
272. 32.BOAS RICHARD L & SYLVIA F, 1244 FREMONT ST
273. 33.BECHTEL, MARYANN AND PETE AND MEGAN 1219 FREMONT ST
274. 34.HERZOG WALTER F &, SAGERER, BARBARA 1242 FREMONT ST
275. 35.NGUYEN THU VAN &, HOI THI DOAN 1238 FREMONT ST
276. 36.DINGS FRED L II &, MELODY, M 1236 FREMONT ST
277. 37.DEAN ELIZABETH M, 1234 FREMONT ST
278. 38.ALI, FAIZA 1232 FREMONT ST
279. 39.HILL RICHARD L & LINDA L, 1230 FREMONT ST
280. 40.TORIBIO MANUEL, AND TORIBIO 1228 FREMONT ST
281. 41.KAUFFMAN SABRINA, 1224 FREMONT ST
282. 42.DELAHOZ, SANDRA 1222 FREMONT ST
283. 43.BORTZFIELD JAMES T, 1220 FREMONT ST
284. 44.MOYER, LINDA AND DANIEL IVGARAGES AND ORCHARD1258 REAR
FREMONT ST
285. 45.ARMARTER THERESA A, 1218 FREMONT ST
286. 46.MELVIN, STEPHANIE 1216 FREMONT ST
287. 47.MCDOWELL, JONATHAN MICHAEL 1214 FREMONT ST
288. 48.ZETTLEMOYER ROBERTA M, 1210 FREMONT ST
289. 49.PROGRAM ASSISTANCE CORP, 1208 FREMONT ST
290. 50.FLAHARTY JACQUELINE N, 1206 FREMONT ST
291. 51.DARRAH, DAVID 1204 FREMONT ST
292. BELLVEDERE INN, N.QUEEN AND LEMON STREET, LANCASTER, PA
293. THE HONORALBE EDWARD G. SMITH, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA, ALLENTOWN, PA
294. CENTER CITY BRANCK LANCASTER YMCA, HARRISBURG AVENUE,
LANCASTER, PA
295. RAYMOND PENNINO AND VILLANOVA WEST BAR AND RESTUARANT,
Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, PA
296. RANDY, BARTENDER AND HOUSE OF PASTA, Millersville Pike, Lancaster, PA
297. ASHLEY DOE, 1242 Fremont Street -
298. THE GRAHAMS, 1246 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA -
299. LOWES STORE, Columbia Ave., Lancaster, PA
300. MILLER OPTICAL, LANCASTER, PA
301. TJ ROCKWELLS RESTAURANT AND BAR, ELIZABETHTOWN, LANCASTER, PA

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302. MANHIEM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT


303. M&T BANK, COLUMBIA AVENUE, LANCATER, PA
304. KRISTINA E. FINDIKYAN
305. HEARST CORPORATION
306. WGAL-TV
307. SGT CHARLES M. MELHORN OF MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
308. PETE ANDERS OF MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
309. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
310. TURKEY HILL CONVENIENCE STORES
311. PENNSLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT PROTHONOTARY
312. PENNSLVANIA SUPREME COURT PROTHONOTARY
313. MARC ZUCKERBERG AND FACEBOOK
314. PA FILE AND SERVE
315. JAMES ELMER MITCHELL and JOHN BRUCE JESSEN, CIA TORTURE
PSYCHOLOGISTS

AUGUST 18, 2017

__________/S/_____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-528-2200

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Dated AUGUST 18, 2017

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered, defamed, and
publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud
within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via
South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the
truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public
corruption. We utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some communications
are a means of protecting our right to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member
of the media. Unfortunately due to the hacking of our electronic and digital footprints, we no longer have
access to our email contact list to make deletions. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City
Continue to Cover-Up my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control and the OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE from the COINTELPRO PROGRAM)?

ACTIVE COURT CASES


J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals -
COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-4014 CATERBONE v. United States, et.al.; Case
No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 17-10615; Case No. 16-10157

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EXHIBITS
1. THE CIA - CASE FILE - CASE NO. 215-CV-286-JLQ
CIA TORTURE CASE v. CIA PSYCHOLOGISTS FOR THE
EASTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON August 18, 2017
2. THE POLICE - 3. PRESIDENT TRUMP, THE POLICE
STATE, and STAN CATERBONE v. Lancaster City Police
- Case No. 08-08942 in U.S. District Court Published
on April 25, 2017
3. Millersville University Grad Program Documents for
Litigation September 16, 2009 IMPORTANT UPDATED
JULY 22, 2017
4. 4. THE JAMES COMEY FILE - James Comey Sued for
Allegedly Covering Up Massive Surveillance Scandal -
June 15, 2017
5. THE PSYCHIATRISTS - THE COMPLETE 862
PAGE MENTAL HEALTH RECORD OF STAN J.
CATERBONE TO DATE APRIL 4, 2017
6. Audio Appointment with Psychiatrist Al Shulz in January of 1998 in his Office in York, Pennsylvania
7. Appointment with Dr. Brian Sullivan of Abbeyville Family Medicine-LGH re Pain Management of March 2010
8. VOICEMAIL MESSAGE FROM PA CAPITOL POLICWOMAN PARKS RE PA ATTY GEN NO TRESPASS JULY 12, 2017

9. RECORDING OF MESSAGE TO MANHEIM TWP POLICE DEPT OFFICER MELFORD RE WGAL NO TRESPASS 6/2017

10. CNN U.S. EMABASSY MICROWAVE ATTACK VIDEO AUGUST 10, 2017

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DOCUMENT DIVIDER
STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP - A LANDMARK HUMAN RIGHTS AND ANTI-TRUST CASE
U.S. OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (202) 254-3640 / (800) 572-2249
Form OSC-12 OMB Control No. 3255-0002
Exp. Date: 2/28/14

INFORMATION ABOUT FILING A WHISTLEBLOWER DISCLOSURE


WITH THE
OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

IMPORTANT

Before filling out this Office of Special Counsel (OSC) Disclosure of Information form, please read the
following sections about limitations on OSCs jurisdiction over whistleblower disclosures. Only the most
frequently occurring impediments to OSC jurisdiction are described. OSC may not have jurisdiction over you or
your disclosure for other reasons not discussed below.

COMPLETED DISCLOSURE FORMS CAN BE SENT TO OSC BY MAIL, AT: DISCLOSURE UNIT,
OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL, 1730 M STREET, N.W. (SUITE 218), WASHINGTON, DC 20036-
4505. OR BY FAX: 202-254-3711

PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF DISCLOSURE MATERIALS PROVIDED TO OSC. REPRODUCTION


CHARGES UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT MAY APPLY TO REQUESTS
PROCESSED BY OSC FOR COPYING OF COPIES OF MATERIALS IN OSC FILES.

a violation of law, rule or regulation;


gross mismanagement;
gross waste of funds;
abuse of authority, or
substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.

OSC does not have authority to investigate the disclosures that it receives. The law provides that OSC will (a)
refer protected disclosures that establish a substantial likelihood of wrongdoing to the appropriate agency head,
and (b) require the agency head to conduct an investigation, and submit a written report on the findings of the
investigation to the Special Counsel.

If OSC finds no substantial likelihood that the information discloses one or more of the categories of wrongdoing,
the Special Counsel must: (a) inform the whistleblower of the reasons why the disclosure may not be acted on
further; and (b) direct the whistleblower to other offices available for receiving disclosures.

26&-85,6',&7,21

The Disclosure Unit has jurisdiction over federal employees, former federal employees, and applicants for federal
employment. It is important to note that a disclosure must be related to an event that occurred in connection with
the performance of an employee's duties and responsibilities. The Disclosure Unit has no jurisdiction over
disclosures filed by:
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VISIT HTTP://WWW.OSC.GOV FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT


OSC JURISDICTION AND DISCLOSURE PROCEDURES

INFORMATION ABOUT FILING A WHISTLEBLOWER DISCLOSURE


WITH THE OSC (cont'd)

MATTERS INVESTIGATED BY AN OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

It is the general policy of OSC not to transmit allegations of wrongdoing to the head of the agency involved if the
agency's Office of Inspector General has fully investigated, or is currently investigating, the same allegations.

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U.S. OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (202) 254-3640 / (800) 572-2249

DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

(Please print legibly or type and complete all pertinent items. Enter "N/A" (Not Applicable)or
"Unknown" where appropriate.)

PART 1: BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1. Name of person seeking OSC action ("Complainant"): Mr. ( ) Ms. ( ) Mrs. ( ) Miss ( )
STAN J. CATERBONE

2. Status:
Current Federal Employee ( ) Applicant for Federal Employment
Former Federal Employee ( ) Other (please specify): VICTIM, WHISTLEBLOWER, PRO SE

3. Contact Information:

Home or mailing address: 1250 FREMONT STREET


LANCASTER, PA
Telephone number(s): ( 717 ) 327-1566 (Home)
( ) (Office) Ext.
( ) (Cell)
Fax number: ( )
E-mail address: stancaterbone@gmail.com

4. Current position, title, series, and grade:


PRO SE LITIGANT

5. Agency Name:
6. Agency Address:

7. How did you first become aware that you could file a disclosure with OSC?
OSC Brochure ( ) OSC Poster ( ) OSC Speaker ( ) OSC Web Site ( )
Agency Personnel Office ( ) Union ( ) Co-worker ( ) News Story ( )
Other (please describe): NURSERY RHYMES
Date (approximate):

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8. If you are filing this complaint as a legal or other representative of the person making a disclosure, please
supply the following information:
Name / title of filer: Mr. ( ) Ms. ( ) Mrs. ( ) Miss ( )

9. Contact Information:
Home or mailing address:

Telephone number(s): ( ) (Home)


( ) (Office) Ext.
Fax number: ( )
E-mail address:

PART 2: DETAILS OF YOUR DISCLOSURE

1. I know about the information I am disclosing here based on (check all that apply):
I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved ( )
Other employees have told me about events or records involved ( )
Other source(s) ( )
(please explain): SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF
JUSTICE CASE August 18, 2017

2. Please identify the U.S. government department or agency involved in your disclosure:

WHO ISN'T?
3. Please identify the organizational unit of the department or agency involved:
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4. Address of the organizational unit:

5. Please identify the type of agency wrongdoing that you are alleging (check all that apply). If you check
"violation of law, rule, or regulation," please provide, if you can, the particular law, rule or regulation violated
(by name, subject, and/or citation).
Violation of law, rule, or regulation ( ) (please specify):
18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
Gross mismanagement ( ) Gross waste of funds ( ) Abuse of authority ( )
Substantial and specific danger to public health ( )
Substantial and specific danger to public safety ( )
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6. Please describe the agency wrongdoing that you are disclosing, indicating how the agency's actions fit within
the type(s) of wrongdoing that you checked in item 5. (Be as specific as possible about dates, locations and
the identities and positions of all persons named. Also, please attach any documents that might support your
disclosure. Continue on a separate sheet of paper if you need more space.)

SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CASE August 18,
2017

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PART 3: OTHER ACTIONS YOU ARE TAKING ON YOUR DISCLOSURE

1. I have previously disclosed (or am disclosing) the violations alleged here to (complete all that apply):
( ) Inspector General of department / agency involved Date: / /
( ) Other office of department / agency involved Date: / /
(please specify):

( ) Department of Justice Date: / /


( ) Other Executive Branch / department / agency Date: / /
(please specify):

( ) General Accounting Office (GAO) Date: / /


( ) Congress or congressional committee Date: / /
(please specify member or committee):

( ) Press / media (newspaper, television, other) Date: / /


(please specify):

2. If you disclosed the information reported here through any other channel described in question 1, above, what
is the current status of the matter?
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PART 4: CONSENT, CERTIFICATION, AND SIGNATURE

Do you consent to the disclosure of your name to others outside the Office of Special Counsel if it becomes
necessary in taking further action on this matter?

I consent to disclosure of my name:

___________________________________________ August 18, 2017


_______________________
Signature Date

I do not consent to disclosure of my name:

___________________________________________ _______________________
Signature Date

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I certify that all of the statements made in this complaint (including any continuation pages) are true, complete, and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that a false statement or concealment of a material
fact is a criminal offense punishable by a fine of up to $10,000, imprisonment for up to five years, or both. 18
U.S.C. 1001.

__________________________________________________ August 18, 2017


___________________________
Signature Date

PART 5: PRIVACY ACT / PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT STATEMENTS

Routine Uses. Limited disclosure of information from OSC files is needed to fulfill OSCs investigative,
prosecutorial and related responsibilities. OSC has described 18 routine uses for information in its files in the
Federal Register (F.R.), at 66 F.R. 36611 (July 12, 2001), and 66 F.R. 51095 (October 5, 2001). A copy of the
routine uses is available from OSC on request. A summary of the routine uses appears below.

OSC may disclose information from its files in the following circumstances:

1. to disclose that an allegation of prohibited personnel practices or other prohibited activity has been filed;
2. to disclose information needed by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for inquiries involving
civil service laws, rules or regulations, or to obtain an advisory opinion;
3. to disclose information about allegations or complaints of discrimination to entities concerned
with enforcement of anti-discrimination laws;
4. to the MSPB or the President, when seeking disciplinary action;
5. to the involved agency, MSPB, OPM, or the President when OSC has reason to believe that a prohibited
personnel practice has occurred, exists or is to be taken;
6. to disclose information to Congress in OSC's annual report;
7. to disclose information to third parties (without identifying the complainant unless OSC has the
complainant's consent) as needed to conduct an investigation; obtain an agency investigation and report
on information disclosed to the OSC whistleblower disclosure channel; or to give notice of the status or
outcome of the investigation;
8. to disclose information as needed to obtain information about hiring or retention of an employee; issuance
of a security clearance; conduct of a security or suitability investigation; award of a contract; or issuance
of a license, grant, or other benefit;
9. to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for certain legislative coordination and clearance
purposes;

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10. to provide information from an individual's record to a congressional office acting pursuant to the
individual's request;
11. to furnish information to the National Archives and Records Administration for records management
purposes;
12. to produce summary statistics and work force or other studies;
13. to provide information needed by the Department of Justice for certain litigation purposes;
14. to provide information needed by courts or adjudicative bodies for certain litigation purposes;
15. to disclose information to the MSPB as needed in special studies authorized by law;
16. for coordination with an agency's Office of Inspector General or comparable entity, to facilitate the
coordination and conduct of investigations and review of allegations;
17. to news media or the public in certain circumstances (except when the Special Counsel determines that
disclosure in a particular case would be an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy); and
18. to the Department of Labor and others as needed to implement the Uniformed Services Employment and
Reemployment Rights Act of 1994, and the Veterans' Employment Opportunities Act of 1998.

Purposes, Burdens, and Other Information. An agency may not conduct or sponsor a collection of information, and
persons may not be required to respond to a collection of information, unless it (a) has been approved by OMB,
and (b) displays a currently valid OMB control number. The information in this form is collected pursuant to
OSCs legal responsibility (at 5 U.S.C. 1213) to receive disclosures from current or former federal employees, or
applicants for federal employment, alleging possible wrongdoing by federal agencies. The information will be used
by OSC to determine whether the facts establish that: (a) OSC has jurisdiction over the subject of the disclosure;
(b) there is a substantial likelihood that the facts indicate a violation of law, rule, or regulation; gross
mismanagement; a gross waste of funds; an abuse of authority; or a substantial and specific danger to public health
or safety; and (c) referral for investigation by the agency involved, or other appropriate action is warranted. The
reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to be an average of one hour per response,
including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering the data needed, and
completing and reviewing the form.

Please send any comments about this burden estimate, and suggestions for reducing the burden, to the U.S. Office
of Special Counsel, Legal Counsel and Policy Division, 1730 M Street, N.W. (Suite 201), Washington, DC 20036-
4505. Use of this form to report disclosures of information is not mandatory. As indicated in part 4 of the form,
filers may request that OSC maintain their name in confidence.

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