Thursday, June 23, 2011

 Exhibit 6

                                               November 28, 2006
                                              4202 Lakeside Way
                                              Newnan, Georgia 30265

The Honorable Alberto R.Gonzales
United States Attorney General
U. S. Department of Justice
9500 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20530

The Honorable John Paul Stevens
U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Public Information Officer
Supreme Court of the United States
Washington, D.C. 20543

Senator Patrick J. Leahy
Chairman-elect Senate Judiciary Committee
433 Russell Senate Office Building
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510

Congressman John Conyers, Jr.
Chairman – House Judiciary Committee
2426 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515


Please forgive me for taking your valuable time in my petition to you as a law-abiding, tax-paying former United Airlines Captain who has landed in a most difficult legal and political quandary.  I desperately need your guidance and assistance.

As we all know, the U.S. airline industry appears to be just now financially recovering from the devastating effects of 9/11 that was further exacerbated by outrageously high jet fuel and “give away” airline ticket prices.  Additionally, only $1.3-billion of the federally-guaranteed loans authorized by the $10-billion dollar Airline Transportation Stabilization Board (ATSB) loan program was let, in part, because applications filed by air carriers failed to include a provision for the distress-termination of defined-benefit pension plans.  This abhorrent act of “legal extortion” enabled United Airlines to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December 2002.  The other major air carriers soon followed suit.

I have exhausted many legal and political avenues over the past several years in my personal attempt to bring to light possible white-collar criminal activity surrounding what appears to be the recovery of the airline industry on the financial backs of their employees while concurrently divesting these corporations of huge defined-benefit pension obligations.  I shouldn’t have had to do this; I’ve come up against a huge legal and political wall that is insulated by the Patriot Act.  My attempt to scale that wall will sadly remove my Right of Habeas Corpus as provided by the United States Constitution.  I believe I can go no further in this process; it is herein that I beg for assistance.

There are individuals, agencies, and organization that feel they possess incriminating evidence of white-collar criminal activity that implicates the federal judiciary.  I hope that you are able to negate the following assertions made to me by credible witnesses regarding existing law involving the indictment and possible impeachment of a member of the federal judiciary. 

It has been alleged that last year when the GOP-controlled Congress failed to pass legislation denying any citizen of the right to file federal charges against any federal judge for any reason whatsoever, certain Supreme Court Justices petitioned the good office of the President of the United States for an Executive Order (which was granted and signed in proxy by Karl Rove), that stripped anyone (including honest U.S. citizens) of their Habeas Corpus rights for attempting to do so.  Is this so?  Please tell me that this is not true.  The implication smacks of an unbridled, unchecked federal judiciary that cannot be indicted or impeached on any grounds.  We are thus on the brink of degeneration into a fascist plutocracy vice a democratic republic all under the deceitful guise of national security interests.

I have attached correspondence that outlines my current dilemma for your review.  I personally do not possess evidence of judicial corruption in the case of the United Airlines bankruptcy; there are others who do but are precluded from litigating due to constraints imposed by the Executive Order.  The judicial system is broke.  I was an airline pilot so I can guarantee you that I am clueless as to how to restore some semblance of U.S. government that citizens once, perhaps delusionally, imagined existed to represent the interest of its’ citizens.  I am seeking neither reputation nor remuneration, only truth and justice; I shouldn’t even have to take your time to write you.

Tragically, in light of these facts, I feel that I can no longer place my faith and trust in the federal judiciary to seek the truth and serve justice on white-collar criminal activity surrounding airline bankruptcies.  I am a patriot exercising my freedom of speech and right to representation while demanding a fair and impartial justice system. The only legal and political recourse in these matters would be the referral of possible criminal issues to a House investigation hopefully leading to a full Senate hearing.  I have personally petitioned Congressmen and Senators as is evidenced in the enclosed correspondence.

Restore our faith in the federal government and the federal judiciary.  Drain the swamp; rid our federal government of the culture of corruption.  I am very sad that I even had to write this letter.  I shouldn’t have had to.  Don’t you agree, gentlemen?

Thank you for your time.  I will patiently await your response.

                                           Very Respectfully,

                                           Dan Hanley

 Encl:  Letter dated April 6, 2006 to DOJ, DOT, and DHS
          Letter dated April 12, 2006 to Congressman Henry Waxman
          Letter dated November 18, 2006 to Senators Reid, Durbin, and Obama
          Letter dated November 20, 2006 to District Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald
          Letter dated November 26, 2006 to Senator Carl Levin

Cc:     Senator Harry Reid
          Senator Carl Levin
          Senator Richard Durbin
          Senator Barak Obama
          Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi
          Congressman Henry Waxman
          Congressman George Miller
          Congressman Jerry Costello
          U.S. District Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald
          Glenn Tilton, CEO United Airlines
          Jack Brace, CFO United Airlines
          Paul Lovejoy, General Counsel United Airlines
         Captain Mark Bathurst, Chairman, United ALPA MEC
         Robert Nichols, Attorney, United ALPA MEC
         Dr. Donald Hudson, ALPA National Aeromedical Consultant