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UPDATE: Iraq Combat Veteran's response from USDOJ regarding complaint filed against DA's Office

UPDATE: In this original Exclusive VetTheGov story regarding a complaint filed against Mesa County DA's office, DHS, and Colorado Supreme Court Attorney and the well known Catherine Burkey, a response from our wonderful protectionist office in Washington D.C's Ten square mile Jurisdiction has arrived. There are a couple of issues that are present in the letter with one being Jurisdiction and the other a very simple mistake made in the response.

Starting with Jurisdiction, Maria O'Rourke Victims' Rights Ombudsman, responds detailing what elements are required for her to further an investigation. First, you must be "a person directly and proximately harmed as a result of the commission of a Federal offense." Second, an offense charged in the District of Columbia per 28 CFR 45.10(a). Lastly, you must be a "crime victim" in an offense charged in Federal District Court or the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. In other words, you must prove a crime was committed before you file a complaint to investigate a crime! 

James Hamilton 101st Airborne Div. King Fahd Base Camp

The USDOJ has no authority to investigate conduct of members in the judiciary, employees of state offices or law enforcement agencies in Mesa County, California. Well there is no such location as highly paid educated government officials obviously DON'T double check their work. Interesting to note that Mr. Hamilton has been abused by a system created by the Federal Government under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. How can the USDOJ close a blind eye? Well, when you make the rules you can simply break them with no very good reason provided. Then the Feds simply pull the Jurisdiction answer out of their back pocket. As a citizen of USA, Inc., try and use Jurisdiction as a personal defense and watch how quickly that motion is silenced. Couldn't be more clear where the Federal Jurisdictional authority lies and it is no where close to Colorado or California!

Title IV-D has a very interesting section 458 or [42 U.S.C. 658a] named INCENTIVE PAYMENTS TO STATE. If you have been involved in an ugly divorce involving kids then you have more than likely been ruled against under this section. Let's just say the Feds and the States have a very cozy relationship. In following the money trail, it appears the State of Colorado on average keeps about 6% of the collected amounts annually plus Fees they are allowed to charge. So you can hopefully understand the game is to get children into the system as there is a Bounty/INCENTIVE on their heads for the State! See 2014 Colorado collections for Mesa County and the entire state along with Federal monies received under Child Support Grants in the below letters. In 2014, Colorado Family Support Registry collected over $347 Million and over $15 Million in Mesa County alone. Unfortunately, the bureaucracy of government job creation via breaking families apart is so strategic in the communist outcomes found in Karl Marx's Ten planks, is it no wonder that government is involved in child services? In this article, it equates the government involvement as state sponsored "child trafficking."

VetTheGov will continue to keep you informed of Mr. Hamilton's case and if you have had a similar experiences, please feel free to share in the comments section. If you have any evidence of the Colorado Courts funneling social security Title IV-4 monies back to the judges in family law cases, please use the Contact Us page and provide details.

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