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State Attorney General

State Attorney General

 

Congresswoman Tausher contacted the State Attorney General. The State Attorney General responded with the following letter, confirming it cannot investigate a corrupt judge or a corrupt commission -- State law forbids it. It should also be noted that I had already contacted the California Bureau of State Audits, which had done nothing.

The State Attorney General had no legal obligation to respond to me. The tone of the letter was very polite -- unlike the letters I have received from the CPUC. My interpretation of the letter is that it went as far as it could legally go, in saying this is an FBI matter, without actually saying this is an FBI matter. Cc'ing the letter to Congresswoman Tauscher reinforces my belief that the State Attorney General wants the Federal Government to help me.

 

 

 

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