As has been outlined elsewhere here, while in the United States I became a victim of demonstrated fraud on the court (bribery and perjury) at the hands of a different State’s government attorneys. In the summer of 1992, staying with family friends at Broad Branch Terrace in Washington DC, I was told by an attorney neighbor who lived opposite of the name of Patrick Fitzgerald, the present prosecutor in the Illinois case. I think I managed to speak to Mr Fitzgerald on the phone for a few minutes and I think it was from him that I received the name of a renowned Washington attorney who did in due course provide me assistance in the complex matters involved in my case. About May 1996, several US Supreme Court Justices decried “attorney-fraud” publicly in the press, coinciding with the Clerk of that Honorable Court advising me on the phone and by letter to return to the district federal court for rectification. A decade later, one of the attorneys involved pleaded guilty in that district court to having defrauded a different client. In August 2008, an attorney with the US Justice Department in his personal capacity invited me to lay out the matter before him which has been done, and I am fully hopeful the Obama Administration’s new Attorney-General will see things through to have justice delivered in my case. There is no time limit under Fed Rule 60(b) for rectification of fraud on the court.
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