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Can Criminal Charges be Filed Against a Congressman for Failing to Act?| The Post & Email

CITIZEN SENDS TREASON COMPLAINT TO LONGSTANDING MEMBER OF THE U.S. HOUSE AND FORMER REAGAN APPOINTEE

August 13, 2011

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was assistant press secretary to President Ronald Reagan during both of his terms in office

Dear Editor:

The following letter was sent to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, who is serving his 12th term from the 46th District of California:

August 12, 2011

Dear Representative Rohrabacher:

Multiple sworn affidavit criminal complaints naming Barack Hussein Obama and his criminal actors in the commission of treason have been filed in multiple states by US citizens. As a natural born citizen, I am demanding that you, Congressman Rohrabacher, act to fulfill your legal, moral and ethical responsibility, in accordance with your oath of office, and to act in good faith, to process these legally sworn affidavits.

It is your specific responsibility in these matters to take legal action against the traitors identified. Your failure to act makes you complicit and calls for criminal charges to be filed against you for Dereliction of Duty, Misprision of Felony and of what ever other suitable criminal action(s) you may be culpable.

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