Saturday, April 10, 2010

Richard A. Posner's Model of Corruption : Death Threats and PEFCU's Payment of $15,000 for Girinakis' Failing to Produce Documents A-F

Richard A. Posner summarized his theoretical model for the simple plan as follows:
  • Judicial corruption "flourishes where the economy is heavily regulated but the legal framework is weak. [ ***] The weaker the legal framework, the more difficult it will be for the government to prevent bribery, a classic 'victimless' crime because bribery is a voluntary transaction; and it requires a sophisticated legal machinery to detect and punish such crimes."
The experimental observables of this model are manifested in the enfeeblement of Indiana's legal machinery - Governor Bayh's appointment to the Indiana Supreme Court of Frank Sullivan to succeed Jon Krahulik, in consideration of Barnes and Thornburg’s legal advice to vitiate Plaintiffs’ standing in Brenner v. Powers. Shepard (1-25-94) at 22.

The author Francis K. Fong here uses Director Rena Girinakis' failing to produce FOIA Documents A-F to demonstrate a typical chain of  multiplying acts of enfeeblement.

At the time Hunter filed the bribery complaint in Jaunary of 1996, Document A, IRS executive Girinakis, Director of Communications, headed Problem Resolution of District Director Palmer's Office, the purported recipient of Purdue trustees' annual 5-figure payments channeled through PEFCU for the past four decades. Hunter filed the complaint on account of the death threats (play audio file), issued upon Fong's presentation of Shepard (1-25-94) in response to IRS executive John Ressler's 10-27-95 letter

Ressler was director of the Cincinnati Service Center who, assisted by one R.A. Mitchell, at the behest of DOJ (Tax) Chief D. Patrick Mullarkey, removed the 1996 report ("the December return") from the Service's administrative file and supplanted it with the June return, Document C.  Document C was used to support the NFTL's (Notices of Federal Tax Lien), Document B

The enlarging patterned activity necessitated Mitchell's and IRS executive Bobby Hunt's theft of Fong's reports and objections mailed to Bobby, Documents D and E.  Documents D and E, in support of Document A, corroborated the patterned activity for making the Calvin cycle, for which Treasury issued NTA case no. 3221334 to provide Fong with governmental counsel and accounting expertise to submit's proposal website (play audio file), Document F.  Treasury's issuance of NTA case no. 3221334, in turn, prompted Mitchell to remove Document F from the Service's administrative system to disable Fong's submission of the proposal website and file post-1995 Form 1040 returns.

In the fall of 2006, Mitchell, at Mullarkey's behest, prompted Bobby to steal Fong's restricted-delivery letter, No. 7005 1820 0003 3192 1927 (“Letter 1927”) addressed to Bobby.

Finally, in March of 2008, Busch recorded the RNFTL, after France Cordova approved PEFCU’s payment of $15,000 therefor, subsequently enabling Indiana Associate Justice Frank Sulivan's certification of the "Order Denying Writ Petition."

Fong directed to Girinakis the FOIA request for Documents A through F, dated 9-9-05.  Girinakis has failed altogether to comply under the statutory mandates to produce the said documents, as the federal investigation outlined on's Home Page sputters nearly to a halt.      

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