Office of Professional Responsibility reply to my complaint.

I do not understand my government. My complaint is about Dept. Of Justice authorities. Specifically about Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa Kevin VanderSchel.

  1. He lied to me when he told me that he has the authority to violate a civil court order with no type of court process.
  2. He advised me that no matter what the evidence proved he would use attorney discretion and not prosecute corrupt State and local officials.
    1. The corrupt State and local officials have no authority to violate my State and Federal Constitutional rights anymore that VanderSchel has.
  3. VanderSchel was getting his evidence from my WordPress site as if what was written there is factual and in real time.
    1. I can state that it is factual but certainly not all the relevant evidence is included on that website.

How can they not give me information to contact the signatory of this letter and advise me not to contact this office anymore. This office is paid for by taxpayers. Its not their office to dominate. They work for the people.

 

                                                       U.S. Department of Justice 

                                               Office of Professional Responsibility 

                              950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Room 3266 Washington, DC 20530 

Sent via e-mail

Melody K. Boatner

songboat@gmail.com 

Dear Ms. Boatner: 

This is in response to your correspondence to the Office of the Inspector General, which was forwarded to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) for review and response. In your correspondence, you complained about an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa and a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent. 

OPR has jurisdiction to investigate allegations of misconduct involving Department of Justice (DOJ) attorneys that relate to the exercise of their authority to investigate, litigate or provide legal advice, as well as allegations of misconduct by law enforcement personnel when they are related to allegations of attorney misconduct within the jurisdiction of OPR. It is, however, the policy of this Office to refrain from investigating issues or allegations that could have been or still may be addressed in the course of litigation, unless a court has made a specific finding of misconduct by a DOJ attorney or law enforcement agent. Based on our review of your correspondence, we have determined that your allegations fall into this category. Accordingly, we concluded that no action by this Office is warranted. You may wish to consult private counsel or contact the nearest Legal Aid Society to determine what additional legal avenues, if any, may be available to you. 

We regret that we are unable to be of further assistance to you in this matter. 

Sincerely, 

Jacqueline Robertson

Program Analyst 

May 6, 2020 

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