Washington DC, May 28 – complaint filed by Joseph Zernik, PhD, and Human Rights Alert (NGO) with Glenn Fine, Office of Inspector General, US Department of Justice, alleges fraud on US Congress and denial of equal protection in Los Angeles County, California, by Kenneth Kaiser – Assistant Director of FBI, and Kenneth Melson – then Director of US Attorneys Office.  Office of the Inspector General is charged with conducting “independent investigations… of United States Department of Justice personnel… to detect and deter … fraud, abuse, and misconduct, and to promote integrity… and effectiveness in Department of Justice operations”. The complaint alleged that in August-September 2008, Kenneth Kaiser – Assistant Director of FBI, and Kenneth Melson – then Director of US Department of Justice Office of US Attorneys, provided responses to US Congress, which constituted the fraud on US Congress and also denial of equal protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California. The responses by the two US officers came in response to inquiries filed on the Department of Justice by the Hon Dianne Feinstein, Senator from California, and the Hon Diane Watson, Congresswoman from Los Angeles. The 2008 congressional inquiries sought response by the Department of Justice on complaints filed by Dr Zernik in early 2008, which claimed racketeering by the judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court, the hallmarks of which were large scale false imprisonments, including the ongoing false imprisonment of the thousands of Rampart FIPs – victims of the Rampart corruption scandal (1998-2000) and real estate fraud by judges under the guise of litigations, in a county, which had been distinguished by FBI already in the early 2000s as the “epicenter of the epidemic of real estate and mortgage fraud”.
Glenn A Fine , Inspector General
Office of the Inspector General
United States Department of Justice
Dear Inspector General Fine:
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (HRA), NGO