SCANDAL The U.S. Postal Service: Where is the press conference announcing the busting up of a nationwide bribery ring INSIDE THE POSTAL SERVICE?

If only the Postal Service was staffed by aliens.

But it isn’t. It is staffed with criminals.

Can you trust the mail?

When the Postal Inspectors talk about mail theft they do it based on external crime.

“The postal system has long held temptations to criminals. From valuables shipped through the mail to postage stamps, money orders and other goods kept in post offices, there has always been something to attract thieves looking for a quick score. Common targets for mail thieves are pieces containing personal and financial information, credit cards, government checks or other items with a negotiable value. Other draws are cash in greeting cards, parcels containing valuable items, and money orders. Thieves looking for bigger game target postal vehicles, collection boxes, or large group mailboxes. It would be good for would-be thieves to know that theft or possession of stolen mail is punishable by up to five years in prison and fines of up to $250,000! Some thieves decide the best way to “get rich quick” is by robbing a post office. They are generally looking for anything valuable, including cash, stamps, postal keys, money orders, and mail. Inspectors have adopted strategies to nip such attacks in the bud. Teams of postal inspectors across the country oversee the security needs of the Postal Service. They conduct risk assessments and recommend the installation of security hardware as needed. The Postal Service experiences about 100 burglaries of its more than 30,000 facilities per year, but thanks to increased security and aggressive investigations, these crimes result in only minor losses. Penalties individuals face include prison terms of up to 10 years for unarmed robbery, and 25 years for armed robbery of a postal employee or post office. Inspectors have a standing offer of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone that has robbed or attempted to rob a post office.” [1]

What is it called when the entire postal service, every post office in the country is identified, through court documents to be running a federally sponsored corrupt organization, in the business to steal, hide and manage the mail for PAYMENT OUTSIDE of the postal system? Yes, that would be ORGANIZED CRIME.

“Today, the United States has over 40,000 post offices and the postal service delivers 212 billion pieces of mail each year to over 144 million homes and businesses in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, the American Virgin Islands and American Samoa. The postal service is the nation’s largest civilian employer, with over 700,000 career workers, who handle more than 44 percent of the world’s cards and letters. The postal service is a not-for-profit, self-supporting agency that covers its expenses through postage (stamp use in the United States started in 1847) and related products. The postal service gets the mail delivered, rain or shine, using everything from planes to mules.” [2]

The real SCANDAL issue is internal crime.

Inside the Postal Service, if you have the money and the political connections you can have a piece of mail intercepted, stopped, delayed, sent to the wrong distribution center and more and all it takes is a ‘deal’. Once that ‘deal’ is made cutting if off tends to identify the politician who pulled it off so once a deal, always a deal, until caught. And even then, you can be caught again and again and again for the same theft practices and keep on doing them. (Hempfling v Volkmer 9th Cir) Why? This corruption has been known to the Postal Service for well over a decade.

Mail intended for delivery through the ‘trusted’ Postal Service (involving the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in South Carolina) was stolen and wound up being found mashed into the glove box of a delivery vehicle before it’s delivery was finished by the Postal Inspectors. They knew about that crime for over a decade but never indicted anyone for it. Seems to have only become a stronger and more organized criminal enterprise.

Some politician, high ranking organization member, rich person or other person connected in some way to power can very simply manage to make your mail delivery a fictional topic. All it takes it the connection. What do you want stopped? Redirected? How about when U.S. Overnight Mail needs to not get there.. how about sending it to the International Distribution center? By the time someone finds it, that will certainly destroy any court required dates to appear. Unless it is caught in another way. It was. Both times.


The United States Postal Service provided a ‘service’ to unscrupulous politicians and lawyers and literally STOLE MAIL OUT OF THE HANDS OF THE 9TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. And each time (FIVE OF THEM) they were caught.

If you want the court to receive anything do not send it in US Mail. Use Fedex or expect to have yet another mail item stolen.

Where are the indictments?

With all of the outrage over internet privacy, someone should be looking into U.S. MAIL PRIVACY. The second to last known mail theft during the trial wound up with the contents known to the defendants long before the Postal Insectors found the missing mail and delieved it to the court. It is part of public court record.

DO NOT TRUST the Attorney General’s office of Arizona a KNOWN PROVEN LYING CORRUPT ORGANIZATION.

WHAT OTHER politicians used the Postal Service private concierge service? Why are they NOT ALL IN PRISON?