I just filed the below complaint with the Department of Justice. I know it seems pointless but I need to keep getting these folks on record. I literally submitted from phone so please disregard any typos, I think my point was made.
In Jan 2020 I filed a qui tam whistleblower lawsuit in DC Federal court. A copy went to both the presiding judge and Dir. William Barr, DoJ.
The DoJ did not take action and the presiding judge dismissed my case WITHOUT prejudice.
My qui tam provided implicit evidence of social media psychological warfare weapons I helped to pioneer for the DoD on a contract for a company, Dynology, which was owned by Obama/Biden’s National Security Advisor, Gen. James Jones. My qui tam included fact-witness testimony that the weapon, now commercially sold as, “The ShadowNet” was used to influnce numerous elections in the U.S.
Yesterday I saw Dir. Barr go on national TV and state he has not seen any witness with evidence of election influence and tampering. which is factually wrong, as Mr. Barr was required by law to read my qui tam back in January.
As a matter of URGENT National Security, I’m formally and respectfully requesting an investigation into charges of misprision of treaso/felony under U.S.C. code 4. Additionally, action must be taken immediately to review my complaint, as new information has come up since my filing. This past August Journalist Millie Weaver was arrested as she was uploading a documentary called, Shadow-Gate. I have a sworn affidavit stating the arrest of a U.S. journalist was orchestrated on Wright-Patterson AFB. Also, Immediately following the release of Shadow-Gate, a attorney on the team for a subject in the documentary, Roger Stone, reached out to a former colleague with Navy intelligence background seeking more information about me. After a few weeks of my response to info he was sending Stone’s attorney, this former colleague did an online search and found Stone’s attorney had died at the age of 54. I haven’t been able to confirm cause of death.
I’m in DC area for a few more days and would like to arrange for an in-person meeting with Federal agents to provide them with an updated, sworn and notarized affidavit.