The Department of Veteran Affairs is currently violating my human and constitutional rights. This organization is guilty of breaking several laws that I will list below. (1) The most noticeable act of corruption involves illegal actions punishable under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), which was enacted in the 1970s. Dozens of organizations joined together to prevent judicial action after I submitted proof of white collar fraud with Wake Forest Baptist Hospital physicians in Winston-Salem and Lexington, North Carolina, and the Women’s Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. The main culprits worked together to create multiple false appointments, and medical records beneath fake account numbers—under my name—in multiple cities, to steal or misappropriate government funding while trying to ruin my credit in the process.
(2) The Department of Veteran Affairs refused me access to my own civilian medical and payment records after submitting a Freedom of Information/Release Form. I have submitted multiple requests for this information, for over a year now without success. VA employee Tina Dooley is recorded on a voicemail stating that the Department of Veterans Affairs and HealthNet will only release my records to the criminals who stole my identity and laundered money under my name. I’m experiencing the exact same situation with the Department of Medicaid, and I’ve had similar experiences with the hospitals involved in this situation as well. These organizations are all liable for claims arising under section 1983.
The individuals working for the Department of Veteran Affairs and Medicaid—who denied me access to my civilian medical and payment records were acting under the color of state law and their actions deprived me of a right guaranteed under the constitution of the United States. (Snider v. Dylag, 188 F. 3d 51, 53 (2d Cir. 1999). The Supreme Court has further interpreted Section 1983 to allow liability to be found where government officials act outside the scope of the authority granted to them by state law.
Violations of 42 U.S. Code § 12203—
The Department of Veteran Affairs is guilty of violating 42 U.S. Code § 12203: Prohibition against retaliation and coercion. After requesting an investigation due to white collar fraud that included falsified documents that were maliciously placed on my credit report during the closing on a new home; I began receiving harassment from multiple government and state agents, which also goes back to the RICO Act. My mail was being sent to the wrong address when the correct address was on file. When requesting help through VA’s Iris system, I was told I was no longer in their system and that I needed to seek aid from another organization. In 2017 and 2018, I did a recertification of my dependents who qualify for benefits. During the summer of 2021, I sent in another verification showing that my children were still my children; that they were alive and still living with me. In September 2021, after my verification sat at the Department of Veteran Affairs for over 3 months, close to a thousand dollars started being taken away from my children, despite me calling and getting verification that my paperwork was received but just sitting with no one willing to do the work to process the information. Within a 3 year period, the Department of Veteran Affairs had received 3 verifications of my dependents and still took funds that my children were qualified to receive as an act of retaliation. Removing these funds also fall under the umbrella of interference, coercion, and intimidation by threatening the livelihood of me and my children. Similar situations began happening within other governmental agencies such as Child Support Enforcement, who refused to uphold the law by not deducting interest on all late and missing payments. CSE also refused to uphold a mandatory court order to collect arrear payments that was only an additional $50 dollars. CSE repeatedly discontinued, cut-off, and interrupted my monthly payments, allowing my ex-husband to get close to $30,000 thousand behind, despite my ex still working and living in the same location for several years now. There was no reasonable justification besides corruption for the repeated interference with collection of payments. CSE also remotely disabled and deactivated my Child Support Enforcement Account through their online app, after having several incidents of misconduct involving state employees who were bribed to cause problems for me. CSE closed out my account, kicked me out their system, where my name and social security was not showing up in the system when I called. Due to illegal surveillance, these individuals tried to cover up their tracks by finally putting me back in the system but under a new account, therefore deleting any evidence of prior misconduct. Luckily for me, I took screenshots and videos of many of messages, requests for misconduct investigations, and more. On the Attorney General site, there’s a section for deadbeat dads who owe more than $10,000 in past due child support. Parents can seek relief or enforcement from the Federal Government. These people blocked me from accessing legal resources. They denied me the right to have my case adjudicated when my ex-husband was close to $30 grand behind at the time. The Attorney General responded that they couldn’t help me and that I needed to go back to the same people I had already reported for misconduct and asked for an investigation against? When I sought assistance from the FBI by phone regarding the fraud and hacking, I received a similar response—they can’t help me and didn’t know who could. Detective Cottonaro of North Carolina, gave a similar response when he decided to throw the investigation. Cottonaro told me that if I didn’t lose any money then I should just let the Government handle this situation. In other words, stealing someone’s identity is okay if that person doesn’t lose any money? Besides this, Social Security tried to delete all my work credits but I just so happened to document the before and after details of the government illegally tampering with vital records.
18 U.S. CodeCHAPTER 73—OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
18 U.S. Code § 1510 – Obstruction of criminal investigations: The Department of Veteran Affairs, Wake Forest Baptist Hospital, The Women’s Hospital, North Carolina Medical Board, The Winston-Salem & Greensboro Police Department, Detective Cottonaro, FBI, DOJ, OCR, OCE, the Attorney General & Inspector General, Google & Microsoft Hackers, and multiple other agencies are all guilty of obstructing a criminal investigation of white collar fraud, misconduct, privacy/hippa violations and several other laws. After requesting an investigation, many of these organizations attempted to delay the process, and illegally tampered with, altered, hid, and erased, evidence they knew was crucial to my case. These organizations were alerted to criminal activity and chose to act indifferent, turn a blind eye, and refused me access to an investigation or adjudication of the crimes committed against me. Google and Microsoft not only stalked and viewed me naked, but they also kept locking me out of my devices while working on the criminal complaint. So far this year, Ive had to buy at least 6 computers and 6 phones due to the terrorism of organized crime.
It is written, “Whoever willfully endeavors by means of bribery to obstruct, delay, or prevent the communication of information relating to a violation of any criminal statute of the United States by any person to a criminal investigator shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.”
Violations of 18 U. S. Code £ 666—
18 U.S.C. § 666 (enacted 1984) directly address public corruption.
Violations of 18 U.S.C. § 201—
18 U.S. Code § 201 (enacted 1962) directly address bribery of public officials and witnesses.
Violations of 18 U.S. Code § 1512—
18 U.S. Code § 1512 (enacted) directly address tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant.