Thursday, February 25, 2010

Canipe's Submissions of FBI PX 45 Request a/k/a the Calvin Cycle Before House Oversight Subcommittee


Introduction

On 4-12-07, Communications Director LuAnn Canipe submitted the FBI PX 45 request, a/k/a the Calvin cycle, before the House Oversight Subcommittee as an integral part of its investigation of Purdue's "tabletop bubbles research." See, Hunt Submissions at 97-99. The FBI PX 45 request is also known as the Calvin cycle, because it pertains to DOJ (Tax) trial counsel Jerry Parshall's memorandum request of 8-11-98 before Chief Mullarkey for the FBI crime lab's forensic analysis of the PX 45 tape, of which the court (James T. Moody) on 6-23-98 produced a badly chopped-up copy, which its clerk certified as the "original PX 45 tape," from which was taken the matter disclosed by Steve Beering of PCDF's making of the Calvin cycleThe Calvin cycle and the tabletop bubbles are two intertwining federal false claims by Purdue

This post elucidates NSF OIG Senior Counsel Monte Fisher's murder plot, to provide the details for the author Francis K. Fong's brief summary of the PX 45 tape in his letter of 5-10-07 to Canipe and Martin Jischke, France Cordova's predecessor President of Purdue University, Hunt Submissions at 33.  Through the proceedings of the subject lawsuit, United States v. Fong, Fong detected Fisher's murder plot as the MacLauchlan contract closed by Richard A. Posner, who did as follows to render impotent the House Subcommittee's investigation of the FBI PX 45 request, a/k/a the Calvin cycle. He installed Cordova on the National Science Board in control of its Oversight Committee to disable OIG's investigation instituted by its AIG (Criminal) Peggy Fischer, and ordered Tippecanoe Superior Court 2 (Thomas Busch) in implementing the Kyrouac Agreement to record the RNFTL made out by Cordova in furtherance of that agreement. 

The October 8, 1986 Meeting - The PX 45 Tape on the Calvin Cycle

On 10-8-86, Beering convened a meeting. Present were School of Science Dean Ken Kliewer, Chemistry Deparetment Head Harry Pardue, Provost Varro Tyler and Fong. The purpose was to discuss Purdue's submission to the United States Congress to arrive at remedial measures for (1) PCDF's agreement in the making of the Calvin cycle - NSF's dark photosynthesis funding standard; (2) the Posner-Margerum transfer to procure Reviewer No. 8, and (3) the state and federal tax issues arising from (1) and (2).  Beering tape-recorded the proceedings.

(a) FBI PX 45 Request a/k/a the Calvin Cycle

On 4-26-88, Beering submitted the tape recording of the 10-8-86 meeting to the court in Francis K. Fong v. Purdue University, U.S.D.C., N.D. Ind., Hammond Division, No. L-88, i.e., PX 45, Exhibit and Witness List (4/25/88-4/28/88).  This List shows the chain-of-custody of PX 45: no one except Beering and the court had access to it. 
On 6-23-98, the court (Moody) issued an order to release a tape recording, which the court's clerk, Steve Ludwig, certified as "the original PX 45 tape."  But this "original" tape was  badly chopped up.  Side A of the tape (please download and play) appeared intact; but Side B was shortened by approximately 30 minutes.  Compare, the court's certified transcript submitted by Beering on 4-26-88, which faithfully tracks the deletions manifested by the mechanical "clicks" and broken words uttered by Beering.  See, Fong's 7-29-98 letter to DOJ (Tax) trial counsel Gerald Parshall.  On 8-11-98, Parshall, Fong and Margareta, Fong's wife, met at the Justice Center in Washington.  There, in the library near Parshall's office, the three of them listened to the tape in its entirety.  Parshall verified the broken up passages on Side B of the tape, and determined that the discussions on the Calvin cycle were deleted in toto.  Accordingly, he wrote for submission on the following business day before his superior, Chief Mullarkey, a memorandum request for the FBI crime lab's forensic analysis of Moody's "original PX 45 tape."  In 1988, the deletions set in motion the murder plot for eliminating Don MacLauchlan as Fong's live witness in the GAO review committed 10-30-89 by Senator Lugar's office (Keith Luse), see, Hunt Submissions at 25. 



On 9-18-98 DOJ (Tax) Chief Pat Mullarkey wrote the author Francis K. Fong:  
  • “In Chief Judge Sharp’s thorough opinion appearing at 692 F.Supp 930, he extensively discusses PX 45, see esp. pp 941-942. *** Dr. Beering contended that the entire meeting had not been recorded in the first place; at that time you were contending that a portion of the tape was deleted in 1986. The court found that regardless of which contention was correct, the matter wasn’t on the tape so it could not support any of your claims. *** So many people had access to the tape from 1986 on, that it would serve no purpose for the F.B.I. to examine the tape, because even if it were concluded that matter was deleted from the tape, it would be impossible to tell who did it or when.”

But evidence of the tampering on Side B of PX 45 is manifested by Beering's broken words and the mechanical clicks appearing immediately following the broken sentence, "A letter I wrote Dr. Ford that I decided not to send pending internal investigations . . ." Transcript at 9, end of paragraph 2.  Because this transcript was submitted, PX 45B on 4-26-88, by Beering to the court, the "so many people had access to the tape from 1986 on" are narrowed to Beering and the court.  PX 45B tracks precisely PX 45, the tape released by Moody could only have been tampered with by Beering, the court. Nowhere in “Chief Judge Sharp’s through opinion” was there an “extensive” discussion of PX 45. Instead, Sharp's discussion was on "PX 46," a copy of PX 45 made by Purdue audio technician Richard Kemmer, Exhibit and Witness List, 692 F.Supp. 930, 938.  Fong has a tape recording of Mullarkey's telephone call on 9-22-98, in which he contradicted his letter in all details.  The DOJ executive wondered in the recorded conversation why DOJ(Tax) trial counsel Jerry Parshall asked Fong to contact The New York Times to facilitate Mullarkey's request for the FBI crime lab's forensic analysis of the PX 45 tape. ("the FBI PX 45 request")
Beering's lawyer David Starkweather in a motion paper filed 9-9-98, Hunt Submissions at 35-36, wrote:
  • "The facts which demonstrate that Fong's cross motion for summary judgment should be denied are: the alleged [PX45] tape which is the subject of Fong's counterclaim was not tampered with and the federal district court conclusively resolved this issue more than a decade ago; the statute of limitations bars Fong's allegations with respect to evidence submitted in a case in 1988." 
Assuming the truth of Starkweather's statement, Beering did not shorten the tape.  What he did was to comply with Richard A. Posner's order.  Beering shortened the transcript to match the abbreviated tape by Mullarkey to take from it the patterned activity for making the Calvin cycle.  Mullarkey lied in his letter. 

(b) Cordova's Appointment to NSB : Fisher's murder plot

On 8-5-02, Fisher wrote of a "murder plot."  At that time Beering was named to the NSB (National Science Board).  Fisher's murder plot relates to Richard A. Posner's order of the MacLauchlan contract described in Beering's letter authenticated by the U.S. Attorney by order of federal court issued 2-20-98:
Accordingly, Fong wrote Purdue President France Cordova, also a member of the NSB.  He anticipates her proper response to the two-pronged question pertinent to the Calvin cycle.  An officer of the United States, Cordova has a duty under the Code, 26 U.S.C. Sec. 7214(a)(4), to report, in writing, to the Treasury Secretary.  A potential concern relates to Kelly Lee's answer to Fong's inquiry as to Cordova's installment on the NSB to help Beering control its Oversight Committee in order to cover up Fisher's murder plot a/k/a Posner's order of the MacLauchlan contract.
   
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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Hunt Submissions - Documentation B: NTA Case No. 3221334 - Audio Files for Treasury's Assignment of Counsel with Accounting Expertise


Introduction

Hunt submissions - Documentation B, as communicated 6-21-07 by Robert Hunt Jr. to IRS EXCEC, consists of NTA case no. 3221334 for performing the Section 7623 contract authorized by IR Chief Counsel at the behest of Commissioner Everson backed by audio files involving Everson's senior staff.  Its size being > 200 MB, it was not until this writing reproduced in its entirety.

Documentation B was described as follows in the author Francis K. Fong's email of 5-10-07 to Martin Jischke and LuAnn Canipe, Hunt Submissions at 33:
  • This documentation would show, as a motive for employees' theft of my U.S. mail dating from 12-14-04, my correspondence with Mr. Everson's senior staff on seeking a Congressional oversight investigation of employees' Congressional contacts for mutilating IRS case no. 3221334.  On 6-1-04, the IRS instituted for my performance of the Code Section 7623 contract case no. 3221334 to provide legal and accompanying expertise to submit http://www.nsffunding.com/ for peer review by the National Science Foundation.  The purpose is to arrive at a dollar figure for the United States' losses arising from Purdue Research Foundation's method for involving Senator Lugar in the arrangement for investing the monies from Treasury to do for-profit businesses and get paid false claims for dark photosynthesis and bubble fusion, of which I am to get repaid 1/3 of Treasury's recovery.
IRS EXEC's affirmation of NTA Case No. 3221334

On 6-22-04, Fong conducted an inquiry as to NTA's (National Taxpayers Adovocate) institution of case no. 3221334 to assign governmental counsel with accounting expertise for him to prepare NSFfunding.com's proposal website

The proceedings of this inquiry (summarized below) were tape-recorded in their entirety, as provided in two downloadable audio files herein: (1) the Andrews-Fong telephone interview; and (2) the Burkhardt-Fong interview/Blair-Fong interview for IRS's re-instatement of case no. 3221334, of which a transcript of the Blair-Fong telephone interview is also provided.     

The proceedings were tape recorded, and the audio files are as follows incorporated in this posting.  First, Fong conducted a telephonic interview of Marlene Andrews, IRS TAS (Taxpayers Advocate Service) office in Indianapolis, who acknowledged NTA's institution of case no. 3221334, but insisted on "educating" Fong on something other than that case.  Andrews promised that Fong would hear from IRS's Ogden Service Center.  Fong advanced his inquiry to Andrews' manager, Brent Burkhardt.

The discussion with Burkhardt, was even less productive, but later that day, Ogden Service Center TAS supervior Chet Blair called.  He summarized his review of the situation with Jim Trimble, Andrews' supervisor.  Thereby, Trimble and Blair re-affirmed Fong's contract with Treasury, Code Section 7623.  Blair reported that someone erased NTA's case no. 3221334 from the Service's computer, but a hard copy of the erased matter by IRS regulation would be on file for seven years from the date of its issuance.

After the telephonic interview, Blair wrote Karen Sheeley, supervisor of Andrews and Burkhardt, for Sheeley to explain to Fong why she and her staff (Andrews and Burkhardt) deleted NTA case no. 3221334. Hunt Submissions at 70.

On 7-16-04, Bobby Hunt issued an IRS executive order for Fong to detect and punish anyone violating the internal revenue statutes.  Hunt Submissions at 71-75.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Rev. Agt. Hunt Jr.'s Submissions

The Hunt Submissions (downloadable here in their entirety - including a three-page Table of Contents - as a 101-page pdf file) were emailed by Rev. Agt. Robert L. Hunt Jr. on 6-21-04 to Director Bobby Hunt of the Executive Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS EXEC).  They consist of seven Attachments, 01-07. 

Attachment 04, which documents the Woodmar recipients' enforcement of National Science Foundation's (NSF) dark photosynthesis funding standard (DPFS) submitted by Senator Lugar before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, is listed ahead of the remaining six Attachments.  It was properly chosen by Robert L. Hunt Jr. as the lead Attachment.  For ease of making references to specialized topics, the 101-page Hunt Submissions are divided into smaller units as follows:
  1. Pp.1-10: Table of Contents (pp.1-3); Francis K. Fong's email of 6-20-07 to Mark W. Everson and LuAnn Canipe (p.4); Francis K. Fong's 6-19-07 letter to Mark W. Everson and Brad Miller (pp.5-6); Robert L Hunt Jr.'s submissions to Bobby Hunt (IRS EXEC) (p.7) of Francis K. Fong's 6-18-07 analysis of Purdue's "table-top bubbles research" addressed to J. Timothy McGinley and Martin Jischke, which made specific references to Attachments 01-07. (pp.8-10);  
  2. Pp.11-26: Attachment 04 - Woodmar recipients' enforcement of NSF's dark photosynthesis funding standard properly before Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation; 
  3. Pp.27-36: Attachment 01 - 9-9-05 FOIA request to IRS and (at 33) Documentations A and B;
  4. Pp.37-77: Attachment 02 - New York Times Spinach Power Story and paper work on Section 7623 contract;
  5. Pp.78-96: Attachment 03 - GAO review committed by Keith Luse; Helen Woods' death certificate; and U.S. Attorney Richard Keiser's acting as the deceased Mrs. Woods to petition for the $48,903.81;
  6. Pp.97-99: Attachment 05 - FBI PX 45 request;
  7. P.100: Attachment 06 - Chem. Eng. News story on dark reaction cycle; and
  8. P.101: Attachment 07 - Steven C. Beering's sworn testimony for Fong-Butcher model. 
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Saturday, February 6, 2010

A Simple Plan for Margerum-Posner Transfer, "a banality of evil" : How the Judge Thinks

A conservative economist and renowned judge, Richard A. Posner has an uncanny ability to make economic sense otherwise outlandish legal issues.  Consider, for example, his essays on how judges think and why public corruption makes good economic sense.  How this judge, Richard A. Posner, thinks formed the basis for the author Francis K. Fong's contract with Treasury, to detect and punish him for the $250,000 payment he received from Purdue Research Foundation. 

In consideration of the $250,000 payment, Posner set in motion a  simple plan, a patterned activity for making the Calvin cycle, predicated upon his economic model for the public corruption of judges:
"So what is wrong with bribing public officials to obtain public services, provided the practice is known and wages are adjusted accordingly? In effect, bribes shift the financing of public services from taxes to a combination of taxes and fees for service. By injecting a market element into public services, bribes can actually improve efficiency when used to get around rigid or inefficient rules."
Posner's simple plan of 1978 was an antecessor to the 1993 work of Scott Smith, a young Dartmouth-educated writer who named his first novel A Simple Plan.  Two brothers and their friend stumbled upon the wreckage of a single-engine plane with a duffle bag containing four million dolars.  With the pilot dead, these ordinary men hatched an agreement to hide, keep, and share the fortune.  But the plan exploded.  In a variation of the banality of evil, Smith described the turn of events that divided the brothers and their friend, exploding into violence and murders.

Posner's plan, which in time evolved into the Kyrouac Agreement for furthering the Calvin cycle, began simple.  In 1973-74, he bribed AOUSC executives to withdraw from a Treasury account the $48,903.81.  He transferred the moneys to the Federal Registry in South Bend; from there  he funneled the funds through the John Doe Trust.  Then, Posner transferred the $48,903.81 to PEFCU through Margerum's local connections in West Lafayette to pay the Woodmar recipients in furtherance of the Calvin cycle.  In 1984, Posner entered the First Posner Order, Crumpacker v. Gettinger, USDC, N.D.Ind., No. H83-700 (7-12-84), to cover up PCDF (Purdue-Calumet Development Foundation) Director Jay Given's gangland slaying for the $5,000 bribe he (Given) paid Judge James T. Moody.    By that order, Posner barred Woodmar claimants from getting paid the $48,903.81. Don MacLauchlan, Fong Solar Research financial vice-president, gained personal knowledge of the simple plan. So Posner ordered the MacLauchlan contract to have him eliminated.

In 1992, Posner entered the Second Posner Order, 976 F.2d 735, to await the last Woodmar claimant's death.  In 2004, Judge Moody used the Second Posner Order to bar Fong from claiming the Woodmar's cash assets.  He then "granted" the long-dead Woodmar claimants the $48,903.81, which by the Margerum-Posner transfer of 1978 had been paid to the Woodmar recipients in furtherance of the Calvin cycle. 

On 12-31-96, Fong filed the 1996 report on the $48,903.81 and Posner's order of the MacLauchlan contract. In March of 1998, the Woodmar recipients removed that report from the Service's administrative file to enable the Moody action. In that action, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Cherry disclosed the court's (Moody) transfer of the original PX 45 tape to DOJ (Tax) Chief D. Patrick Mullarkey to take matter from it, enabling the 7th Circuit's issuance of the Second Posner Order, 976 F.2d 735, affirm. 692 F.Supp. 930.

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