Re: Docket No. IP92-133-CR-01
This is an invitation for you to review Rule 26(A)(3) and how it is being used to target African Americans. I
would like for you to view the video below USA vs. Craig Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy is a black man that was
sentenced 30 years to life and given a five million dollar fine. The evidence and testimony that was read at
Mr. Kennedy's sentencing was not a part of the trial transcript dated January 13, 14 and 15 of 1993. The
evidence and testimony that the jury used for deliberation and for the return of a guilty verdict was not used
in the sentencing of Mr. Kennedy. In addition, the evidence and testimony the judge read at the sentencing of
Mr. Kennedy impeached the testimony and evidence that the jury used to render their verdict.
Whenever an officer of the court commits fraud during a proceeding in the court system, he/she is engaged in
fraud upon the court.
Before evidence can be presented to the jury it must be admitted into evidence by the judge. The
admission is governed by the rules of evidence. Each jurisdiction has its own rules of evidence. but the the
rules in most jurisdictions, are patterned after the federal rules of evidence. Title 18, part I, chapter 79,
sec.1623.states "false declarations before grand jury or court: (a) - whoever under oath (or in any
declaration certificate verification or statement under penalty of perjury as permitted under section
1746 of title 28. United States code) in and proceeding before or makes or ancillary to any court or
grand jury of the United States knowingly makes any false material declaration or makes or uses any
other information including any book , paper, document. record, recording, or other material
knowing the same to contain any false material declaration shall be fined under this title or
imprisoned not more that five years or both. - (c)(2) each declaration was made within the period of
the statute limitation for the offense charged under this section. TR. 60.5 construction and
application of provision of rule60(b) of federal rules of civil procedure that rule does not limit power
of federal district court to set aside judgment for...FRAUD upon the court.
19A.L.R. FED.761 - This is a criminal and civil rights violation. lf two or more persons conspiring
against the free exercise of enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him in the U.S. Constitution or
laws of the United States is guilty of criminal conspiracy against exercise of federal rights punishable
with a maximum penalty of 10 years or if death, kidnapping or any sexual crime then the maximum
penalty is life in federal prison.” (18 U.S.C. 241 criminal civil rights)
I look forward to hearing from you. You can if you need additional information, or if you have
any questions. Thank you in advance and may God bless you.
Joseph Manson Jr.