Authorization for use of deadly force
Richard Liberatoscioli | October 30, 2009 at 07:10 pmby
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<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />October 19, 2009
PA Governor Edward G. Rendell
225 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120
9 Reformed Rd.
Linfield , PA 19468
Re: Authorization for use of deadly force
Thank- you for your letter to the commander of the PA State Police requesting a criminal investigation into the widespread criminal charges surrounding the Lower Merion Police.
The PA State Commander sent notice the Montgomery County District Attorney for criminal investigation. This District Attorney has not responded at all in any way other than “we don’t have the authority to investigate the police”.
As you must know by the copy of the original criminal complaint, the charges are of widespread and blatant criminal public corruption in Montgomery County. The crimes committed range in scope from local, state and federal police and public corruption laws.
The most serious of the crimes was the Lower Merion Police murder attempt that left me permanently disabled and the current and standing threats to kill me by these police officers.
As you know, it is standard police policy in such a magnitude of criminal allegation that the armed officers be relived of their lethal weapons until a criminal investigation is conducted. There has been no investigation of these crimes. These officers remain at large armed and in all demonstrated conduct to make good on their treats of murder under the veil of widespread criminal cover up and corruption.
I ask of you to assist in the restoration of law and order within the commonwealth in the protection of its citizens and the authorization for use of deadly force in self defense against these public criminals.