Tuesday, November 29, 2016

New AG Sessions and Congress Must Investigate DOJ Corruption in the Case of Rep. Rick Renzi

Now that Donald Trump has selected Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) as his likely incoming Attorney General, there is no doubt Sessions —  an ethical, proactive conservative —  will fight to clean up years of mounting corruption in the Department of Justice under the Obama administration, which has destroyed its reputation. The DOJ has become so politicized that few elected officials feel safe anymore. As attorney Harvey Silverglate wrote in his book, Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent, the average American unknowingly commits three felonies a day because of the growing number of vague laws on the books and the desire for prosecutors to get their trophies.
One of the first steps Sessions must take is to end the DOJ’s political case against former Congressman Rick Renzi, and discipline the corrupt prosecutor and FBI agent. As a former Assistant Attorney General for the state of Arizona and a former prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, I first began investigating this case almost two years ago, and by far it is the worst I have encountered of a politically targeted official.
Back when Renzi was starting his first congressional term in 2002, Resolution Copper Company —  a joint venture controlled by foreign mining giants Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton — began lobbying Congress for the rights to mine on federal lands inside Renzi’s congressional district which were sacred to the Apache tribe.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Sign the petition to impeach corrupt AZ Bar disciplinary judge William O'Neil

Petitioning State Supreme Court of Arizona and 7 others


Star Moffatt, Co-Owner Moffatt Law Firm Lancaster, CA

Sunday, November 13, 2016

VIDEO: DES Director Tim Jeffries instills a caring atmosphere at agency, watch his speech to employees

He may have been attacked numerous times by the sleazy Phoenix New Times, which targets Christian conservatives relentlessly who dare to actively challenge wrongdoing, but that's not stopping DES Director Tim Jeffries from trying to create the most good at the agency. He's cleaned out 475 of the worst employees, making it a much more pleasant place to work for everyone else. Instead of being credited for reducing a bloated government agency, he was viciously attacked by the New Times, which is now targeting him. Watch this video for yourself to see what Tim is like, as he gives a talk to DES employees. In contrast to the foul things written about him, you will see he actually is the best type of director, because he legitimately cares about each and every employee as if they are family. To find this atmosphere at what usually has the reputation of being a "cold, welfare agency" is refreshing and expect to see metrics improve in the near future.