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I have already file a complaint criminal complaint for investigation in the District Attorney. However I have found some evidence myself that as to how the entitlement was frauded. So here are my option at current time.
1) I file a complaint with US Federal court Attorney and copy the District Court Attorney because there is a USC code involved. The reason to file new found evidence with US Federal Court Attorney for criminal investigation is that local city government is the defendent there is a chance that District Attorney may not have taken my complaint seriously because of that reason. They interact with police almost everyday.
2)I cannot file a civil case suite because (a)the defendent is city government(b) I cannot afford to hire a lawyer unless I can find an attorney who will do a barter system exchange with me. I have already send it a request at http://www.bartersys.com/catalog.asp.. If rackettering is involved within the city government to cover up the fraud. District Attorney may "find nothing" to support my allegation.
3) The current approach for city government is if they are obtaining a value of 18 times the value of the property. Nobody is going to question their authority. And if somebody does, to whom will they file complaint aganist, our police department to investigate feloney and fraud. Our Police department is not going to investigate "our" property fraud. So as possible solution I feel I should write a letter to District Court Judge.
So once again three options 1) US Federal Court Attorney 2)Local lawyer that has 70% chance of being vulerable sobtage by rackettering group 3) Write a letter to the Judge explain him everything regarding the criminal fenoly mater and let him order and oversee the investigation.
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