Monday, November 12, 2007

Re: Request for RICO Investigation

Notice: As this blog has limitations as to certain forms of postings, I want to alert the public, in the interest of full disclosure, that R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, U.S. Department of Justice, did respond to my request in a letter, on his stationery, dated November 2, 2007 postmarked November 8, 2007. The contents of the letter are as follows:


November 2, 2007

Meryl M. Lanson

Re: Request for RICO Investigation

Dear Mrs. Lanson:

We are in receipt of your letter regarding your allegations of criminal RICO violations that occurred in the bankruptcy courts.

The United States Attorney’s Office is a federal agency in which federal violations are prosecuted. Cases received and prosecuted in this office are presented by other federal agencies, i.e., the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), etc. In order for this office to accept a case for prosecution, it must be introduced by an investigative federal agency.

We have forwarded your information to the following agency for their review and any action they deem appropriate:

Federal Bureau of Investigation
16320 NW 2nd Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 33169

Very truly yours,

R. ALEXANDER ACOSTA
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY

Vanessa Morgan
Citizen Complaint Department

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