Koltz Law Offices, S. C.
P.O. Box 1537
Waukesha, WI 53187-1537

November 3, 1997

The Honorable Barbara B. Crabb
U.S. Courthouse
120 N. Henry Street,
P.O. Box 432
Madison, WI 53703

Dear Judge Crabb:

After thoroughly interviewing our client and other individuals as well as voluminous documentation that has been placed in our hands, we believe there is sufficient evidence of probable cause that members of the government, including but not limited to persons employed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, have committed numerous criminal acts in both the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin. Further, in speaking with our client's former attorney, who have indicated their willingness to testify under oath, it appears that these officials have actively taken steps to cover up the evidence of their crimes. Some of the felonious acts include: fraud, 18 U.S.C. 1001 and 1018: Forgery, 18 U.S.C. 494 and 1505: destruction of documents, falsification of and tampering with evidence, 18 U.S.C. 2017 and 285: perjury, 18 U.S.C. 1621: disclosure of confidential information, 18 U.S.C.1905: and conspiracy to conceal the above said acts after the fact, 18 U.S.C. 1001, 3 and 241.

We understand that such allegations are extremely serious and that is why, as officers of the court, we are bringing them to your attention. We have considered going to the U.S. Attorneys, but feel at this time, that a conflict of interest exists within their offices. Our client has previously presented this information to the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and as a result instead of investigating, they essentially did nothing. This information was later also forwarded to the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin and no response was ever received. Furthermore, we have evidence that the U.S. Attorneys here in Milwaukee intentionally altered court records to support their motion to dismiss an action brought in the Eastern District by our client against the U.S. Government. Obviously, we feel that the U.S. Attorneys are not the correct individuals to approach and ask to direct and supervise an investigation into crimes of this magnitude potentially involving members of their own staff. We are requesting that we be given the opportunity to meet with you to present a portion of this documentation for your review. Also, at this time we are asking that you examine this documentation in the context of calling for a special grand jury as provided for in 18 U.S.C. 3332 or any other course of action that may be appropriate.

Our client seems to have been the victim of government sponsored criminal activity. Information related to these crimes was brought to the attention of various federal investigative agencies by both our clients and his previous attorneys and we have been unable to ascertain, after reasonable inquiry, that any investigation has been initiated by any of these agencies. Judge Crabb, we have exhausted all the other options available to our client in seeking to put an end this treatment he has received at the hands of the government. That is why we are now asking you to address the failure of the government to investigate this criminal activity even though there is probable cause to show that criminal activity has taken place and threatens to continue unimpeded, and call for a special grand jury to investigate these matters.

We request that you look into these matters at this time and that we be allowed to speak with you regarding the allegations in this letter at your earliest possible convenience.

Joseph C. Koltz                                David Mirhoseini
Koltz Law Offices, S.C.                    In Association with Koltz Law Offices, S.C.
Attorney at Law                              Attorney at Law