I even wrote to my Congressman, Charles Gonzales, on December 4, 2000, and asked him to please identify for me where I could obtain an independent impartial Article III to sit on my matter against the Federal Government. Click here to see the letter contents. A second letter has been hand delivered to Congressman Gonzales, on July 5, 2001, because the Congressman failed to respond to the first letter. Click here to see the second letter contents. There has been no response to the second letter as of the date of August 31, 2001, even after being promised on the phone by the office manager, Mary Jessie, that I would get a response.

I then called Congressman Gonzales office on August 20, 2001, and talked to Mr. Ruben Galdeano and sent Mr. Galdeano an email message requesting a meeting with Congressman Gonzales, with the subject of the meeting being, my Petition to Congress for Redress of Grievances.

To the good day of August 31, 2001, there has been no answer or communication with myself as to my request for a meeting with Congressman Gonzales.

On September 4, 2001, I again talked to Mr. Ruben Galdeano, and was advised that the Congress started in session today, and that Congressman Gonzales' appointments were already filled for September, 2001, and I advised Mr. Galdeano that I would send him another email as a follow up to my request for a meeting with the Congressman.

As of October 23, 2001, no person from Congressman Gonzales' office has contacted me regarding my request for an appointment with the Congressman and my Petition for Redress of Grievances.

I gave one last final request and opportunity, on December 11, 2001, to help me get my Petition for Redress of Grievances in front of the United States Congress for their action. You may view my email to my Congressman's office, to one Mr. Ruben Galdeano, email .

On January 15, 2002, I have taken the step of filing a Federal Tort Claim Form 95, against the Legislative Branch, see 28 USC 2671, for $85,000,000.00, for their failure to pass implementing legislation for the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. You may see the form, copy and distribute the same, by clicking on the name above.

As of April 18, 2002, I have not had one response from the Congress. Not even an acknowledgement that they received my Federal Tort Claim Form 95, dated January 15, 2002.

On April 19, 2002, I have sent the Judicial Branch of the federal government a Federal Tort Claim Form 95 for their actions/inactions in Cause No. 95-CR-201, in the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, regarding the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the lack of having an independent and impartial judge and court.

In the final analysis, when the Federal Tort Claim Act claim is denied either by the agencies written denial or by operation of law, the matter will end up in the United States Court of Federal Claims, whose Chief Judge has posted the following at the United States Court of Federal Claims web site:

Welcome from

The Honorable Lawrence M. Baskir, Chief Judge

It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome you to the new United States Court of Federal Claims web page. We are pleased to place our published opinions and other information on the web. The web provides a powerful tool for distribution of information about our Court.

The United States Court of Federal Claims has endeavored to serve our Nation and to embody the spirit of Abraham Lincoln's message to the Congress in 1861:

It is as much the duty of government to render prompt justice against itself, in favor of citizens, as it is to administer the same between private individuals.

The Court has national jurisdiction and its active judges and senior judges hear cases around the country at locations that are most convenient to the litigants and the witnesses. I know that the web will allow us to reach the over twenty thousand members of the Court's bar who are dispersed throughout the United States and the world.

It will definitely be a pleasure to see if the United States Court of Federal Claims lives up to the admonition of President Lincoln.

On May 5, 2002, I submitted THE BILL, which is my private Bill for the payment to myself of compensation for the loss of my personal property, my time, for 51 months in Federal Prison, due to the negligence of the Congress. I submitted this Bill to the Representatives from Texas, and the Appropriations Committee for the House of Representatives, as well as Rep. James Traficant from Ohio, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson and Senator Phil Gramm, knowing that all legislation for payment of funds has to originate in the House of Representatives.

I will fully advise you as to the outcome of this action.

Your comments are welcome by Michael Joseph Kearns at jrkearns@ev1.net also please advise of any link problems to the same email address.

"..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.." - Samuel Adams

"Even if you are a minority of one, the Truth is still the Truth" - Gandhi


"In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be guarded by a bodyguard of lies." - Winston Churchill

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