Letter to US Attorney General Janet Reno

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76 Market Street, Apt. D5
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-4445
June 23, 1997

Hon. Janet Reno, Attorney General
United States Department of Justice
Washington, DC 20530

Dear Ms. Reno:

Senator Robert G. Torricelli has referred to your Department the matters discussed in the attached materials. As my letter of April 13, 1988 indicates, I have tried before to obtain the equal protection of federal law, only to encounter rejection or evasion.

Now that the United States is a State Party to the United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, there is less excuse than ever for such nonfeasance and misfeasance on the part of federal officials.

The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments clearly indicate that no-one may be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, yet I have, for fifteen years, been the victim of what I have called the world's longest lynching. As I asked Senator Torricelli in my letter of January 10, 1997, what is America's agenda, liberty under law or government by torture, terrorism, and blackmail?

This is a matter of grave portent and universal significance. Please act with dispatch. I would be happy to supply any further information or documentation you might need.

Yours truly,
(original signed)
James Henry Graf

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