Monday, February 21, 2011

Dear Attorney General -- Fire these folks!

From Julian, a retired professor at Penn State University:
Below is a letter that will be sent to USA's Attorney General, Eric Holder, on Tuesday (tomorrow). It is self-explanatory. I am asking him to fire the two U. S. Attorneys prosecuting my criminal case for jury tampering. Also I asking to have them disbarred and tried for perjury.

I would appreciate it if each of you would write a letter to Attorney General Holder with CC to U. S. Attorney Breet Bharara and Assistant U. S. Attorney Mermelstein. It can be a very short letter. You only need say that you have seen my correspondence with the Attorney General, and that you agree that Bharara and Mermelstein should be fired and tried for perjury.

If the attorney general receives one letter, it is a crank letter to be ignored. If he receives 100 such letter, he pays attention. One thousand letters will set him into reply mode. Meanwhile Bharara and Mermelstein will go into panic mode. The point is to scare and punish them. If we can accomplish action against these 2 attorney generals, then the police and U. S. attorneys will stop, or at least reduce, harassing harmless people.

Thank you for your support. Yours in freedom and justice


734 Rutland Avenue
Teaneck, NJ 07666
February 22, 2011

Attorney General Eric Holder
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

Re: U. S. v. Julian Heicklen, Case # 10 Crim. 1154 in U. S. District Court for the
Southern District of New York

Dear General Holder:

Enclosed is a copy of indictment against me which U. S. Attorney Preet
Bharara has signed. Referring to me, he testified that “and before a jury of which
he was a member.” This was a deliberate lie. I was not present at the Grand Jury
hearing, nor even notified that there was such a hearing, so I could not correct the

Furthermore the Grand Jury hearing was illegal. The purpose of a Grand
Jury is to have a secret hearing to protect the defendant from damage to his
reputation, if he is not indicted. It is not the function of a Grand Jury to permit the
prosecutors to tell lies to which a defendant cannot respond.

I live in New Jersey, which is not in the jurisdiction of the Second Circuit.
This fact was known to the U. S. Attorney. Therefore I could not have been a juror
in the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of New York. My name could
not even have been on the potential jury list.

U. S. Attorney Bharara and his prosecuting Assistant U. S. Attorney Rebecca
Mermelstein deliberately lied to a Grand Jury. They have committed perjury. I am
asking that both of them have their employment with the U. S. government be
terminated immediately. Further I request that both of them be criminally indicted
for perjury, and that they be barred from ever again practicing law.

This country cannot have afford to have U. S. Attorneys deliberately lying tojurors in legal proceedings. They must be removed if your office hopes to retain
the trust of the American people.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Julian Heicklen, Defendant, Counsel Pro Se

Encl: Indictment for U. S. v. Julian Heicklen Case # 10 Crim. 1154 in U. S. District
Court for the Southern District of New York

CC: President Barack Obama, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, DC 20500

Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, 324 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC
20510 (202)–224–3224

Senator Robert Menendez, 528 Hart Senate Office building, Washington, DC
20510 (202)–224–4744

Congressman Steve Rothman, U. S. House of Representatives Office Building,
Washington, DC 20515

News Editor, The New York Times, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018

News Editor, NY Post, 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036-8790

Co-Anchors Elizabeth Vargas and Chris Cuomo, 20/20, ABC Television, 77 W
66th St # 13, NY 10023

Bill Owens, Executive Editor, 60 Minutes, CBS Television Network 51 West 52nd
Street, New York, New York

U. S. Attorney Breet Bharara, Southern District of New York, One Andrews Plaza,New York, NY 10007

Assistant U. S. Attorney Rebecca Mermelstein, Southern District of New York,
U.S. Courthouse, 300 Quarropas Street, White Plains, NY 10601

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