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You CAN’T Have Pristine Water with 6,000 Septics Leaking into the Lake and all the other Pollutants on top of that …… LAKE GEORGE Does NOT Have Pristine Water that is a FRAUD Cooked up by the Lake George Association and the FUND for Lake George. Judson Witham Lake George Warrior

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DOJ and FBI investigating Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/andrew-cuomo-justice-department-fbi-nursing-homes-coronavirus-investigationThe FBI and the Brooklyn federal prosecutor’s office have opened an investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes and nursing home death data during the coronavirus …

U.S. attorney, FBI investigating Cuomo’s handling of …

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/u-s-attorney-fbi-investigating-cuomo-s-handling-nursing-home-n1258207The U.S. attorney in Brooklyn and the FBI have begun a preliminary investigation into the way New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration handled data about Covid-19 nursing home deaths.

FBI, US Attorney investigating Cuomo’s handling of NY …

https://nypost.com/2021/02/17/fbi-us-attorney-probing-cuomos-nursing-home-death-scandal/TodayThe FBI and the US Attorney’s office has reportedly opened an investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The investigation, revealed by The …

DOJ and FBI investigating Cuomo’s handling of nursing …

https://trulytimes.com/doj-and-fbi-investigating-cuomos-handling-of-nursing-homes.htmlThe FBI and the Brooklyn federal prosecutor’s office have opened an investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes and nursing home death data during the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports. The Democrat, who wrote a book bragging about his handling of the health crisis, has…

FBI, US Attorney investigating NY Gov. Cuomo …

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/fbi-us-attorney-investigating-ny-gov-cuomo-handling-nursing-home-crisis-reportThe FBI and US Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn have begun an investigation into how New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and senior members of his administration handled the state’s nursing home crisis …

U.S. Lawmakers Urge DOJ To Open Criminal Investigation …

https://truepundit.com/u-s-lawmakers-urge-doj-to-open-criminal-investigation-into-cuomo-for-alleged-obstruction-of-justice/U.S. lawmakers are calling on the Department of Justice to open a criminal investigation into New York Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo for allegedly committing obstruction of justice by intentionally hiding the number of coronavirus deaths that occurred in the state’s nursing homes. The letter was sent to the DOJ by the New York Republican Congressional…

BREAKING: FBI, U.S. Attorney Investigating Cuomo …

https://www.conservativenewsdaily.net/breaking-news/breaking-fbi-u-s-attorney-investigating-cuomo-administration-over-nursing-home-deaths/New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is under investigation by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, as well as the FBI, for his administration’s decision to send recovering coronavirus patients into nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, local New York media reported Wednesday night.. According to the Albany Times-Union, the U.S. Attorney’s investigation …

FBI, US Attorney Reportedly Investigating Cuomo …

https://ijr.com/fbi-reportedly-investigating-cuomo-handling-nursing-homes-pandemic/The Times Union notes that it is not known if the FBI’sinvestigation is related to the requests for information on the Cuomo administration’s nursing home policies made by the Justice …

Report: FBI, US Attorney launch investigation into Cuomo …

https://www.radio.com/wcbs880/news/local/fbi-us-attorney-probe-cuomos-nursing-home-scandal-reportThe FBI and the U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of New York have launched an investigation into the Cuomo administration’s handling of nursing homes amid the pandemic, according to a Times …

FBI, U.S. Attorney investigating Andrew Cuomo… Developing …

https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/fbi-u-s-attorney-investigating-andrew-cuomo/SOURCE — TIMES UNION . ALBANY — The FBI and the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn have launched an investigation that is examining, at least in part, the actions of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s coronavirus task force in its handling of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities during the pandemic, the Times Union has learned.2

Lawmakers Urge DOJ To Launch Investigation Into Cuomo …

https://theleoterrell.com/lawmakers-urge-doj-to-launch-investigation-into-cuomo-hiding-ny-nursing-home-deaths/U.S. lawmakers are calling on the Department of Justice to open a criminal investigation into New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for allegedly committing obstruction of justice by intentionally hiding the number of COVID-19 nursing home deaths from a federal probe.

U.S. attorney, FBI investigating Cuomo’s handling of …

https://news.yahoo.com/u-attorney-fbi-investigating-cuomos-020935686.htmlThe U.S. attorney in Brooklyn and the FBI have begun a preliminary investigation into the way New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration handled data about Covid-19 nursing home deaths.. After early praise for his leadership when his state became the U.S. epicenter of the pandemic, the governor is now dealing with accusations of underreporting nursing home deaths.

FBI, U.S. Attorney investigating Andrew Cuomo… Developing …

https://clarion.causeaction.com/2021/02/17/fbi-u-s-attorney-investigating-andrew-cuomo-developing/SOURCE — TIMES UNION ALBANY — The FBI and the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn have launched an investigation that is examining, at least in part, the actions of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s coronavirus task force in its handling of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities during the pandemic, the Times Union has learned.…

Local elected officials call for investigations into …

https://riverheadlocal.com/2021/02/13/local-elected-officials-call-for-investigations-into-alleged-obstruction-of-justice-and-cover-up-by-cuomo-administration-on-nursing-home-deaths/“The Department of Justice needs to immediately open an obstruction of justice investigation into Governor Cuomo and his administration,” Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) said yesterday. “It’s now being reported there has been a direct admission of their nursing home coverup with the intent of blocking a DOJinvestigation,” he said.

FBI and US Attorney’s office ‘are investigating Gov. Cuomo …

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9272469/FBI-Attorneys-office-investigating-Gov-Cuomo-nursing-home-death-scandal.htmlThe FBI and US Attorney’s office in Brooklyn are investigating New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over the nursing home death scandal, according to a report Wednesday.. Democrat Cuomo is under fire …

COVID NY Update: FBI investigating Cuomo’s handling of …

https://abc7ny.com/health/fbi-investigating-cuomos-handling-of-nursing-homes-sources/10349027/The FBI and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn are investigating Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus task force with a particular focus on his administration’s handling of nursing homes early in the …

New Allegations of Cover-Up by Cuomo Over Nursing Home …

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/12/nyregion/new-york-nursing-homes-cuomo.html5 days agoThen on Aug. 26, the Justice Department requested nursing home data from four states, including New York, to determine whether it would launch a formal investigation into those states’ handling …

FBI and US Attorney’s office ‘are investigating Gov. Cuomo …

https://us.newschant.com/us-news/fbi-and-us-attorneys-office-are-investigating-gov-cuomo-over-nursing-home-death-scandal/The FBI and US Attorney’s office in Brooklyn are investigating New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over the nursing home death scandal, in accordance with a report Wednesday. Democrat Cuomo is below hearth amid claims he purposely under-reported the COVID-19 death toll. The investigation – first reported by The Times Union – is claimed to be in …

VIDEO: Kids of Mom Who Died in NY Nursing Home Call for …

https://www.breitbart.com/health/2021/02/15/video-children-of-woman-who-died-in-new-york-nursing-home-call-on-doj-to-investigate-cuomo/2 days ago”Two weeks after his mother died, Ted Minisalle lost his father-in-law to COVID-19 in the very same nursing home. The family said that if the DOJ finds wrongdoing by Cuomo in their investigation he needs to admit what he did and be brought to justice,” the Fox report continued.

Justice Department is Investigating Andrew Cuomo’s Nursing …

https://www.lifenews.com/2020/10/30/justice-department-investigates-andrew-cuomos-nursing-home-order-that-killed-15000-people/The request this week is an expansion of an earlier investigation launched in August that sought data related to Cuomo’s nursing home order, according to the report. The department also requested more information from New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy this week related to a similar nursing home order that he issued in his state, the report states.

NY GOP Congressional Delegation Calls on DOJ to Open …

https://zeldin.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/ny-gop-congressional-delegation-calls-doj-open-obstruction-justiceIf there is no Department of Justice investigation into the Secretary to Governor Cuomo’s public admission of federal crimes, a stain will remain on the entirety of the Biden Administration. I also call for a full transcript to be released of President Biden’s meeting with Governor Cuomo at the White House, so the American people can be assured …

FBI investigating Andrew Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes …

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/fbi-investigating-andrew-cuomo-s-handling-of-nursing-homes-during-pandemic/ar-BB1dMicvThe FBI and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn are investigating Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus task force with a particular focus on his administration’s handling of nursing homes early in the …

Cuomo pushes back against DOJ investigation into nursing …

https://13wham.com/news/local/cuomo-pushes-back-against-doj-investigation-into-nursing-homesAlbany, N.Y. – A new investigation launched by the Department of Justice aims to see if New York violated federal law in allowing nursing homes to accept recovering COVID-19 patients. “They’ve…

FBI, US Attorney investigating NY Gov. Cuomo …

https://www.newsbreak.com/new-york/brooklyn/news/2165853552773/fbi-us-attorney-investigating-ny-gov-cuomo-administration-handling-of-nursing-home-crisis-reportThe FBI and US attorney’s office in Brooklyn have begun an investigation into how New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration handled the state’s nursing home crisis during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report Wednesday. The investigation is not yet far along and is focused on top members of Cuomo’s

Did Andrew Cuomo violate federal criminal law? | Power Line

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2021/02/did-andrew-cuomo-violate-federal-criminal-law.phpMelissa DeRosa’s admission cries out for an investigation into whether she and others in the Cuomo administration, including the governor, violated federal criminal law.

Congresswoman demands immediate federal investigation into …

https://www.theblaze.com/news/congresswoman-demands-immediate-federal-investigation-into-cuomoNew York Rep. Elise Stefanik (R) is calling for a federal investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.Despite already writing a leadership book that positively recasts his COVID-19 response, Cuomo is becoming the target of bipartisan backlash as new details surface over his pandemic response, particularly

FBI and US Attorney’s office ‘are investigating Gov. Cuomo …

https://dailyuknews.com/us-news/fbi-and-us-attorneys-office-are-investigating-gov-cuomo-over-nursing-home-death-scandal/BREAKING: FBI and US Attorney’s office ‘are investigating Gov. Cuomo’ over nursing home death scandalCuomo is under fire amid claims he purposely unde Menu DUK News

US Attorney In Brooklyn & FBI Launch Investigation Into …

https://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/politics/us-attorney-in-brooklyn-and-fbi-launch-investigation-into-governor-cuomo/95139320/ALBANY — The FBI and the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn have launched an investigation that is examining, at least in part, the actions of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s coronavirus task force in its handling of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities during the pandemic, the Times Union has learned.

Cuomo’s COVID Cover-Up – The Reactionary

https://technofog.substack.com/p/cuomos-covid-cover-upFebruary 11, 2021: New York Post reports the bombshell that Cuomo’s administration knowingly hid COVID nursing home death data. This same New York Post article notes that the DOJ has “dropped” the investigation. Apologies for the election inconvenience.

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6000 Septic Brown Fields DESTROYING The Lake George Water Shed

Septic tanks don’t prevent fecal bacteria from seeping into rivers and lakes, according to a new study.

The work provides a basis for evaluating water quality and health implications and the impact of septic systems on watersheds.

“All along, we have presumed that on-site wastewater disposal systems, such as septic tanks, were working,” says Joan Rose, chair in water research at Michigan State University. “But in this study, sample after sample, bacterial concentrations were highest where there were higher numbers of septic systems in the watershed area.”

The findings appear in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Until now, it was assumed that the soil could filter human sewage, and that it works as a natural treatment system. Discharge-to-soil methods, a simple hole dug in the ground under an outhouse, for example, have been used for many years. Unfortunately, these systems do not keep E. coli and other pathogens from water supplies, Rose says.

“For years we have been seeing the effects of fecal pollution, but we haven’t known where it is coming from,” she says. “Pollution sources scattered in an area—called non-point—have historically been a significant challenge in managing water quality.”

The researchers used source-tracking markers, a novel method Rose calls “CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) for water,” to sample 64 river systems in Michigan for E. coli and the human fecal bacteria B-theta. Advances in source-tracking allow water scientists to track down the origin of non-point pollution more accurately than ever before.

Michigan, Florida, and South Carolina, as well as resort areas near lakes all across the United States, rely heavily on septic tanks for human sewage. Though each state regulates septic tanks differently, more needs to be done in order to ensure humans are not contaminating surface waters by using septic tanks.

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Continuing to use long-trusted methods of waste disposal systems may come at a hefty price, adds Rose. The Environmental Protection Agency’s latest survey for capital improvement identifies the need to invest $298 billion over the next 20 years on wastewater and stormwater infrastructure to meet the Clean Water Act public safety goals of swimmable and fishable waters.

“This study has important implications on the understanding of relationships between land use, water quality and human health as we go forward,” she says. “Better methods will improve management decisions for locating, constructing, and maintaining on-site wastewater treatment systems. It’s financially imperative that we get it right.”

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and EPA supported the work. Additional researchers contributed from University of Arizona and Michigan State.

Source: Michigan State University

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6000 Septic Brown Fields DESTROYING The Lake George Water Shed

Excessive nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) loading is one of the greatest threats to aquatic ecosystems in the Anthropocene, causing eutrophication of rivers, lakes, and marine coastlines worldwide. For lakes across the United States, eutrophication is driven largely by nonpoint nutrient sources from tributaries that drain surrounding watersheds. Decades of monitoring and regulatory efforts have paid little attention to small tributaries of large water bodies, despite their ubiquity and potential local importance. We used a snapshot of nutrient inputs from nearly all tributaries of Lake Michigan—the world’s fifth largest freshwater lake by volume—to determine how land cover and dams alter nutrient inputs across watershed sizes. Loads, concentrations, stoichiometry (N:P), and bioavailability (percentage dissolved inorganic nutrients) varied by orders of magnitude among tributaries, creating a mosaic of coastal nutrient inputs. The 6 largest of 235 tributaries accounted for ∼70% of the daily N and P delivered to Lake Michigan. However, small tributaries exhibited nutrient loads that were high for their size and biased toward dissolved inorganic forms. Higher bioavailability of nutrients from small watersheds suggests greater potential to fuel algal blooms in coastal areas, especially given the likelihood that their plumes become trapped and then overlap in the nearshore zone. Our findings reveal an underappreciated role that small streams may play in driving coastal eutrophication in large water bodies. Although they represent only a modest proportion of lake-wide loads, expanding nutrient management efforts to address smaller watersheds could reduce the ecological impacts of nutrient loading on valuable nearshore ecosystems.

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Flushing the Toilet Has Never Been Riskier

Flushing toilets enable most Americans to make their own waste disappear as if by magic, but most would be hard-pressed to answer this simple question: When you flush, where does it go?

Septic tank owners, about 20 percent of Americans, are most likely to be able to give an accurate answer, because they’re responsible for the maintenance of their own sewage-disposal systems. A flush from one of their toilets sends wastewater to a tank buried on their property, where the waste products separate into solid and liquid layers and partially decompose. The liquid layer flows out of the tank and into a drainfield that disperses it into the soil, where naturally occurring microbes remove harmful bacteria, viruses, and nutrients. The solid layer stays behind in the form of sludge that must be pumped out periodically as part of routine maintenance. If the tank is properly designed and maintained, those bacteria, viruses, and nutrients stay out of groundwater and surface water that people may use for drinking water, and they never reach surface water bodies where people swim or boat.

The vast majority of the 80 percent of Americans who don’t use septic tanks are served by municipal water-treatment plants. Waste from their homes is whisked immediately off the premises, never to be seen, smelled, or considered again. Pipes carry waste from these homes to wastewater-treatment plants that, in some ways, work like a septic tank on a very large scale.

Just as in a septic tank, the solid and liquid wastes are separated first in a process known as primary treatment. Next, as in a septic tank’s drainfield, bacteria break down contaminants in a process called secondary treatment. After that, treatment with chlorine kills the remaining bacteria. Then, in some communities, special treatment technologies remove contaminants that are of special concern, such as phosphorus or nitrogen. When the process is complete, the treated waste meets regulatory standards and is released to a nearby water body—that is, if all goes well. If all doesn’t go well—perhaps the treatment plant suffers an outage or there’s more waste than the plant was designed to treat—untreated waste can be released to surface water.

As treatment plants age across the United States and as the country’s population grows, these releases are becoming more problematic, contributing to the serious surface-water problems that crop up frequently in the news. Harmful algal blooms like the one that cost Toledo, Ohio, its drinking water last summer, fish kills like the one recently reported off Long Island, and the much-discussed dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico are all fed by phosphorus, nitrogen, and other contaminants found in the untreated sewage that, according to EPA estimates, flows out of America’s treatment plants during the 23,000 to 75,000 sanitary-sewer overflows that happen per year.

The causes of these water-quality issues are complex, because the same pollutants can be washed into surface water from agricultural land, industrial sites, and fertilized lawns dotted with pet waste, but the 3 to 10 billion gallons of untreated waste released from our sewage-treatment plants per year cannot help but have an impact.

Specifically, they affect the water you swim in and the water you drink.

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A number of studies, including this one from 2010, have found that emergency room visits for gastrointestinal distress increase after a heavy rain. These illnesses are believed to spike after a storm because rainwater washes pathogens into lakes and rivers used for recreation and drinking water. A 2015 study published in Environmental Health Perspectives goes a step further than earlier research by pointing to a common type of municipal sewage-treatment system, combined-sewer systems, as an important factor in these illnesses.

The EPA has called overflows from combined sewer systems “the largest category of our Nation’s wastewater infrastructure that still need to be addressed,” affecting Americans in 32 states, including the District of Columbia. The agency has been working with municipal water systems to address the problem for decades and much progress has been made, but to understand why it’s taking so long, you have to consider history. You also have to consider the massive costs that come with making changes to public works that have served millions of people for more than a century.

Combined sewers collect human waste, industrial waste, and stormwater runoff into a single pipe for treatment and disposal. (In other municipalities, these waste streams are handled separately.) In dry weather, a combined sewer ordinarily carries a relatively low volume of waste, delivering it to publicly owned treatment works, or POTWs for short, that are designed to handle that flow. In plain terms, when a combined sewer system is functioning properly, you can generally trust that when you flush, the contents of the toilet bowl end up where they’re supposed to go.

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Things change when it rains in communities served by combined sewers. Because a combined system must handle surges of stormwater, rainfall markedly increases the volume of waste that its equipment must handle, making this type of sewage system particularly likely to overflow into surface water. As these diagrams show, they were designed to do this as a fail-safe for system failures that were intended to be rare but aren’t any longer. If you’re accustomed to a faint smell of sewage in the streets after a rainstorm, these diagrams will show you why.

Unfortunately, the receiving waters for these rain-induced spills are sometimes the same water bodies that are used for drinking water, and sometimes people swim there, too. And sometimes the overflow is so significant that the stormwater-and-sewage mixture backs up into the streets where people walk.

Is it any wonder that rainy weather often triggers a spike in stomach bugs and beach closures?

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Given what’s at stake, why are upgrades to aging systems taking so long? Consider this map of the 772 American communities with combined-sewer systems.

The majority of combined sewer systems are located in the Northeast and Great Lakes regions. (EPA)

Most combined systems are concentrated in the older cities of the Northeast and the Great Lakes region, but they also exist in other older cities as far-flung as Atlanta, Memphis, and San Francisco. In other words, the systems that pose risks today happen to be the ones—state-of-the-art when they were built, but not today—that are in some of the biggest cities in America, which have a combined population of approximately 40 million people.

If you’re feeling relieved to see that your hometown isn’t marked on the map, remember that fecal-coliform bacteria don’t always stay close to home. Waste spilled into the Ohio River affects everyone down the Ohio and the Mississippi, and it contributes to the ongoing woes of the Gulf of Mexico. Even if you don’t live in the Northeast, along the Ohio, in the Great Lakes region, along the Mississippi, or on the Gulf Coast, bear in mind that 40 percent of the commercial seafood caught in the continental U.S. comes from the Gulf of Mexico. In other words, when Cincinnati’s sewer system overflows into the Ohio, it intrudes into the food chain of a lot of people.

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The EPA calls combined sewers “remnants of the country’s early infrastructure.” The first sewers weren’t designed to handle the constant and huge stream of wastes from our toilets, because they were invented when we didn’t have any toilets. Sewers were originally built to solve the problems of cities that were flooded with their own refuse—garbage, animal manure, and human waste left in the open rather than in a privy or latrine—during every rainstorm. To prevent that flooding, the fouled stormwater was shunted out of town and into the nearest handy receptacle, which was often a lake, river, stream, or ocean.

When flush toilets became common in the mid-1800s, they were piped into these existing sewers, introducing much more human waste, as well as a large volume of water that had never been there before. In some ways, this was a design feature, not a bug, because the burst of stormwater flushed out pipes that might have otherwise gotten clogged. This flush of rainwater also diluted the waste before it hit a nearby river.

In time, though, dilution wasn’t enough to keep waterways safe and attractive, and sewage treatment plants were invented to clean up the waste stream before releasing it to water bodies. Newer cities, which were starting from scratch, generally handled stormwater separately from human and industrial wastes from the start, but cities whose sewer systems had always been combined continued to treat both waste streams together.

As the older cities grew larger, their combined-treatment systems struggled to keep up, and growing populations weren’t the only factor. Time itself exacerbated their woes. In Hoboken, for example, some sewer lines date back to the Civil War. Common sense says that pipes that have been buried for a century and a half tend to leak. Over time, they also get clogged with debris or even congealed cooking oil, resulting in narrowed pipes that overflow even more easily.

When narrowed pipes are already overloaded, the added influx of stormwater when it rains becomes just too much water. Now, some cities experience overflows with less than a quarter-inch of rain, with resulting risks to human health. It is common for cities with combined-sewer systems to advise citizens to stay out of the water for days after any rainfall. And now the Environmental Health Perspectives study suggests that after a very heavy rain, those overflows may be affecting their communities’ drinking water, too.

What is being done? Combined sewers have been an EPA priority for many years and, after decades of significant effort, the numbers are starting to move in the right direction, but this is not a problem that can be turned around quickly or cheaply. New York City’s combined sewers are still the single largest source of pathogens to the New York Harbor system, according to the New York Department of Environmental Protection. A single 2014 storm triggered a release into Lake Erie from Detroit, Michigan, of more than 44 million gallons of raw sewage from sanitary sewers and almost 3 billion gallons from combined sewers, and such releases from Detroit and the other cities with sewer outfalls on Lake Erie contribute to the fact that it blooms with algae every summer. Last summer, one of those algal blooms cost Toledo its drinking water for two days, and this year’s harmful algal blooms were projected to be even worse than last year’s.

As with any engineering project, the benefits of reducing overflows to zero—an effort estimated by the EPA in 2004 to cost $88.8 billion—must be weighed against its cost.

“We mustn’t forget the hugely successful effort in the 1970s and 1980s to provide secondary treatment at virtually every sewage-treatment plant in the country,” said Wayne Huber, a professor emeritus of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University. As an example, he describes what happened in Portland, Oregon, where a system of tunnels now contains 90 percent of the city’s stormwater surges. “Portland spent about $500 million on its deep tunnels and pumping system,” Huber said. “This has reduced the number of releases into the Willamette River from maybe 50 to 100 per year to five to ten per year.”

Huber also highlights Philadelphia’s “green technology” strategy to reduce overflows to the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers. Since avoiding massive construction is often synonymous with avoiding massive expenditures, Philadelphia’s use of approaches like rain gardens and green roofs to divert stormwater from the waste stream going to its treatment plants could serve as a model for other municipalities struggling with the same problems.

Huber cautions against relying on a single approach, saying that “green technology seeks to avoid large investments in infrastructure by keeping stormwater out of the combined sewer in the first place, but in heavily urbanized areas that is seldom an option, hence the massive storage projects that we see in cities like Chicago.”

On the individual level, people concerned about wastewater can give some thought to the fertilizer, pesticides, trash, and animal waste that wash off of lawns and into sewer systems, lakes, rivers, and oceans. As citizens, they can also advocate at local, state, and federal levels for improvements. People can reduce stormwater flow by planting their own rain gardens and green roofs—and by being judicious about the way they water our lawns and wash their cars. Sometimes, doing the right thing is as simple as being careful about what goes into storm drains and toilets.

After hearing about the plume of sewage, littered with used condoms and tampons, that emanated from Philadelphia’s sewer outfalls prior to the city’s upgrade, it’s hard to look at flushing the toilet the same way. If Americans want to be able to drink tap water or swim at beaches after it rains, they have to keep trying to improve wastewater infrastructure, even if the size of the problem boggles the mind.

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1. The above represent general guidelines and should be refined as ex¬ 
perience dictates or conditions change. Unusual conditions (floods, droughts, etc.) will deviate from the above and will have to be handled as best one can. 


2. The mountainous character and soil of the Lake George Watershed results  in a rapid runoff. The discharge capacity of the control structure is  rather small in relation to the size of the lake. Therefore, the lake  level responds rapidly on inflow but slowly on discharge. For example, an inch of runoff, which can occur in less than 24 hours, will raise the lake about 4.3 inches. At maximum outflow of about 1,200 cfs, it would take four or five days to lower the lake 4.3 inches providing no additional inflow occurs. 


3. For drought conditions, a low flow release may be required for sewage dilution, process water, and fish life. 


4. Day-to-day operation of the gates will depend primarily on (1) existing elevation of the lake; (2) rainfall measurements, (3) drainage area conditions such as saturated ground, forzen ground, high or low snow melt potential. 

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In the District Courts Of the United States
of North Carolina

Judson Witham, Case No.
Plaintiff, ) VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR
v. ) DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE
) RELIEF AND DAMAGES FROM
Terrance W. Boyle ) CLEAN WATER ACT VIOLATIONS
International Paper and Power Inc. ) UNLAWFUL TAKING BY
and ) DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
DEC New York State ) RACKETEERING, CONSPIRACY
State of New York ) TO ENGAGE IN A PATTERN OF
Governor Andrew Cuomo ) RACKETEERING ACTIVITY,
Basil Seggos Commissioner DEC ) CIVIL RIGHTS DEPRIVATIONS
Unknown John and Jane Doe’ s Agents ) UNLAWFUL TAKING OF PROPERTY
and Employees for New York State, ) CRIMINAL VANDALISM
1 – 10 ( Bivens Action ) ) CIVIL PROPERTY DAMAGE
Warren County New York, NYS DEC ) CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
the Lake George Park Commission ) CRIMINAL PROPERTY DAMAGE
New York State Conservation Com. ) JURY DEMAND IS MADE
Defendants ) CONCEALMEANT

I.
Plaintiff’s Original Complaint
As Private Sui Juris, Private Attorney General and In Qui Tam


To the Court of Said Jurisdiction …. Now Comes Judson Witham, Beneficiary, Devisee of the Clifford and Anita Witham Estate and as Private Attorney General, Whistleblower in Qui Tam in the Name of the People of the United States of America and New York and says as follows……

  1. This is a complex civil action for RICO remedies authorized by the federal statutes at 18 U.S.C. 1961 et seq.; for declaratory and injunctive relief; for actual, consequential and exemplary damages; and for all other relief which this honorable Superior Court deems just and proper under all circumstances which have occasioned this Initial COMPLAINT. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 1964(a) and (c) (“Civil RICO”).

  1. This case involves Unlawful taking of Property without compensation by it’s destruction, contamination and flooding caused by the Defendants Operations and Use of the International Paper’s and New York State’s Dam # 230 at Ticonderoga NY and the immense Sewage Dumping and Flushing from both Vermont and New York.
    a. Unlawfully dumping and flushing SEWAGE is a well known long running practice at the SANFORD FEDERAL COURTHOUSE in Raleigh NC. All the Judges, Law Clerks, BAR MEMBER LAWYERS, FBI, MARSHALS, and each and every ALL US Government Agent, Representative and State Officials and the GENERAL PUBLIC do the very same thing at SANFORD FEDERAL COURTHOUSE. These practices are engaged in by Many Many North Carolina Corporations , Government Entities and INTERNATIONAL POWER and PAPER all over North Carolina.
    b. The Primary Modus Operndi and Motive being SAVING 100s of Billions of Dollars and Dumping and Flushing the UNLAWFUL WASTES to save State and Federal Budgets and to Profit from the UNLAWFUL DUMPING. See
    Aging Sewer Systems Spell Trouble Across North Carolina …www.northcarolinahealthnews.org › 2018/11/27 › agin…
    Nov 27, 2018 – Eden is now the only city, county or town in North Carolina under an EPA order to stop all sanitary sewer overflows — a wastewater treatment …
    See
    Combined Sewer Systems: Down, Dirty, and Out of Date – NCBIwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC1257666
    Rain and snowmelt, however, can fill up a combined sewer. The sewers have been specifically designed with escape overflow pipes so that the mixture of sewage …
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  1. The primary cause of this action is a widespread criminal and civil enterprise engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity across State lines, and a conspiracy to engage in racketeering activity involving numerous RICO predicate acts to damage property during the past ten (75+) calendar years. The Intentional and Reckless Damaging and Taking of Property being the Primary Modis Operandi, Brothers V. US , C.A. Oregon 594 Fd 2nd 740, 741, It is not essential that Seizure or Appropriation occur only that material or actual interference with Property Rights constitutes the taking . Board of Com’rs Lake County v. Mentor Lagoons Inc. , Com. Pl., 6 Oh. 216 N.E. 2d 643, 646 , Aris Gloves Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. Cl. 420 Fd 2nd 1386
    a. Pocketing Billions in Cost Savings is the Profit Driven Agenda of the SEWAGE DUMPING Corporations and State and Federal Governments, North Carolina, Vermont, New York, District of Columbia Wash DC, Virginia, South Carolina etc etc etc Et Al.
    See …. America’s Sewage Crisis SANFORD FEDERAL COURTHOUSE, Raleigh NC
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk02bKfV2sDTP3HG067Ias6Mm4avd9Q%3A1594565884616&ei=_CQLX9-AJZTNtQb7wamoCw&q=Judson+Witham++Sewage+Overflow&oq=Judson+Witham++Sewage+Overflow&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQDDIECCMQJzIECCMQJzoECAAQQzoGCAAQBxAeOgIIADoHCCMQsAIQJzoECAAQDVDvuw1Yy94NYI71DWgAcAB4AIABkQOIAYwSkgEKMi4xMi4wLjEuMZgBAKABAaoBB2d3cy13aXo&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwjf7v3o_MfqAhWUZs0KHftgCrUQ4dUDCAw
  2. The predicate acts alleged here cluster around criminal activities to employ unlawful means to damage and then there by acquire / take real estate and assets not belonging to The States Of North Carolina, Vermont, Illimois, Washington DC, Burlington Vermont , New York etc etc Et Al and those acting in concert with the State, tampering with and retaliation against a qualified Federal Witness, interstate obstruction of justice, obstruction of criminal investigations, obstruction of discovery and hiding of State Records and Files. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 2319, 2320, 1512, 1513, 2315, 1503, 1510, 1511 and 1581-1588 respectively Fraudulent Concealment.
  3. Other RICO predicate acts, although appearing to be isolated events, were actually part of the overall conspiracy and pattern of racketeering activity alleged herein, e.g. mail fraud and bank fraud. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 1341 and 1344, respectively.
  4. The primary objective of the racketeering enterprise has been to inflict severe and sustained economic hardship upon Plaintiff’s Property, Family, and others with the intent of impairing, obstructing, said Crimes. New York State DEC from Raybrook NY even attempted reporting FALSE CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE to US Marshals and North Carolina Police to prevent and discouraging Plaintiff from writing, publishing, investigating and conducting judicial activism as a qualified Private Attorney General, exposing the Predicate Acts of Racketeering and UNLAWFUL Environmental Poisonings. See POISONING LAKE GEORGE, POISONING LAKE CHAMPLAIN, POISONING WALNUT CREEK, POISONING RALEIGH NC.
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk01BQO5qm18oYREbEgzcsnAB0Aml6Q%3A1594566113590&ei=4SULX-zCI4O2tAbW0IrIBA&q=Poison+Lake+George+Poison+Lake+Champlain++Judson+Witham++&oq=Poison+Lake+George+Poison+Lake+Champlain++Judson+Witham++&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQDDIFCCEQoAEyBQghEKABOgQIIxAnOgUIABCRAjoFCAAQsQM6BAgAEEM6CAgAELEDEIMBOgcIABAUEIcCOgcIABCxAxBDOgIIADoECAAQCjoGCAAQFhAeOggIIRAWEB0QHjoECCEQCjoHCCEQChCgAToFCCEQqwJQntwOWPzSD2Dg6w9oAHAAeAGAAesKiAG8TpIBDjEuNTEuMi41LTEuMS4xmAEAoAEBqgEHZ3dzLXdpeg&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwist5XW_cfqAhUDG80KHVaoAkkQ4dUDCAw

a. The use of the Waters of Walnut Creek, Lake Champlain, New York Harbor, The Potomac River, Cheasapeak Bay, Ohio River, Great Lakes, Lake Champlain etc etc etc AND ….. Lake George to Flush vast amounts of Toxic Mill Wastes and Billions of Gallons of Raw Human Sewage using Lake George NY and Lake Champlain New York / Vermont to poison the Lakes and the Richeleu River, Saint Lawrence River as well as the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Ocean. Said Unlawful Dumping Profits these Defendants Billions.

  1. ALL of the above unlawful activities have been actively Concealed in violation of the Fraudulent Concealment Doctrine and kept hidden and secreted from the knowledge of Plaintiff and the General Public. Numerous and Ongoing FOIA and FOIL Demands, IGNORING and BLOCKING Open Records and Transparency Laws of North Carolina, Vermont, New York etc etc, are Predicate Acts of Concealment. The aims of the activity are to control real estate markets, marketability, Tax Assessments, State Tourism Business such as New York Engages in NATIONALLY and Advertizes HEAVILY in North Carolina. These illicit activities are as well used to Aquire and use of Private Lands to allow New York State to Control and Ultimately Acquire Said Witham Marina Lands for the Benefit of the Empire State.
    see Unlawful Takings by Destruction and Contamination
    Takings Decisions of the US Supreme Court – Federation Of …fas.org › sgp › crs › misc https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/97-122.pdf
    PDF https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/97-122.pdf
    Jul 20, 2015 – The Takings Clause states: “[N]or shall private property be taken for public use … substantial doubt whether retroactive destruction of liens comports with … that owner did all it could to avoid having property put to unlawful use.
  2. The enormity of the extremely widespread Contamination and the fouling and destruction of Private Properties, Public Properties, Environment and the Dangers posed as a result are well in excess of Twenty Billion Dollars …… The States and Federal Courts have concurrent Jurisdiction under the Civil and Constitutional Protection Laws of New York and the United States. Additionally, International Human Rights Protect People in Their Property and Safety Interests from such Racketeering Activity.
    a. These matters create a matter of National Emergency and a Threat to the National Security during the Current COVIDS Pandemic and the FUTURE PUBLIC HEALTH CRISISES caused by these Deadly Baterium and Viral Desease Epidemics and Pandemics.
  3. Unlawfully conspiring to Take Land and Acquire Lands and Properties from Private Individuals in New York, New England, New France and The New Netherlands has been an ONGOING and CONTINUING Practice in New York for as long as 500 Years. Said unlawful practices, policies and customs of UNLAWFUL TAKINGS and Racketeering Conspiracies to Take Property Unlawfully are ONGOING IN NEW YORK and violate the Unlawful Takings Clause of the New York and US Constitutions. Destroying Private and Public Property Without Just Compensation is Unconstitutional and the Federal Government and States have practiced these TAKINGS CONSPIRACIES for over 300 Years.
    SEE Half of Oklahoma Belongs to the Indians July 2020 US Supreme Court
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk01RSj14-aA1mHAIunqwpPTKlnzW7Q%3A1594566796250&ei=jCgLX7nYDtPVtAbq9I-oCg&q=Indians+Own+Half+of+Oklahoma+&oq=Indians+Own+Half+of+Oklahoma+&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAzICCAA6BQgAEJECOgQIABBDOgcIABCxAxBDOgUIABCxA1CggRBYpsQQYK_KEGgAcAB4AIABuQuIAdsQkgEHNS0xLjAuMZgBAKABAaoBB2d3cy13aXo&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwi5ztebgMjqAhXTKs0KHWr6A6UQ4dUDCAw&uact=5

a. New York State and the United States of America have for three Centuries engaged in the practice, policy and custom of UNLAWFUL TAKINGS of Property and converting Private Property to State and Federal Government Property.
See …..
a. US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American …www.bbc.com › news › world-us-canada-53358330

b. US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American land … The US Supreme Court has ruled about half of Oklahoma belongs to …

c. Supreme Court Rules That About Half Of Oklahoma Is Native …www.npr.org › 2020/07/09 › supreme-court-rules-that-ab…

d. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that about half of the land in Oklahoma is within a Native American reservation, a decision that will have …

e. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Oklahoma Indian Claim …www.nytimes.com › 2020/07/09 › supreme-court-oklaho…

f. Landmark Supreme Court Ruling Affirms Native American Rights in … The lands include much of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second-biggest city.

g. Supreme Court says much of eastern Oklahoma remains …www.washingtonpost.com › courts_law › 2020/07/09

h. Supreme Court says much of eastern Oklahoma remains Indian land … and the land Congress promised to the Creek Nation is still Indian land.

  1. In accordance with the Intentional Maintenance and Operation of Dam “A” AKA Dam #230 or the Ticonderoga Creek UPPER DAM …. a Damaging Nuisance In Fact, as described throughout this complaint, each of the participants receive and derive income directly and indirectly as a result of Torturous Operation of the Dam in a reckless and Damaging Manner.
  2. Derived Millions in State Revenues to study and research as well as carry out the OFFICIAL POLICIES of the State of New York and the policing, repairs and management of State EVCON Programs related to the destruction being caused by the International and State of New York Dam.
  3. The State’s DEC and Lake George Park Commission generated Billions in Profits from Remodeling and Repairs of the WHOLLY INADEQUATE DAM and the State Permits and Fees from replacement permits, inspection fees, wages, as well as funding, private grants programs, land acquisition and tax revenues received which hugely profits the herein described Enterprises, and the State Agencies which directly profit, The Environmental, Property and Property Destruction Schemes hugely justify and enrich the Agencies Involved and those Who Manage and are Employed by them. All the aforesaid activities generate profits well beyond many Millions of Dollars Annually for the participants in these schemes. Millions in Payroll are the result. . All of these Profit Making Enterprises being directly traceable to the Continuing Operations of the DANGEROUS, INADEQUATE and INFERIOR Dam # 230.

II.
JURISDICTION

  1. This honorable Court has original jurisdiction pursuant to the civil RICO remedies at 18 U.S.C. 1964, and the holdings of the U.S. Supreme Court in Tafflin v. Levitt, 493 U.S. 455 (1990), and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Lou v. Belzberg, 834 F.2d 730, hn. 4 (9th Cir. 1987) (New York State Courts and Federal Courts have concurrent jurisdiction of civil, criminal RICO claims and for violations of Property and Constitutional Protections under State and Federal Laws and Constitutions ). Using Dam Operations and Sewage Flushing to Contaminate and Destroy Property and Businesses are ACTS OF UNLAWFUL DESTRUCTION and UNLAWFUL TAKING.
  2. This Honorable Court has Concurrent State and Federal Jurisdiction as the property, personal and environmental damages associated herein exceed Twenty Billion Dollars. The Rules of Comity or Mutual Jurisdiction are applicable.
  3. 42 USC 1983 – 1986 and the International Human Rights and Constitutional Rights violated in this matter as well give Jurisdiction to this Honorable Court per the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    a. The Clean Water Act (“CWA”) passed in 1977 and acts as an amendment to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972. The CWA outlawed the discharge of any pollutant from a point source into navigable waters unless a permit was obtained. Point sources are distinct conveyances such as pipes or man-made ditches. ( Walnut Creek Nuese and Cape Fear Rivers )
    See https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk02Rf8HZLNWfKBj3E0zcyj7V7cjt5w%3A1594567394474&ei=4ioLX6m7HLDv_QatsbuoCg&q=Unlawful+Water+Pollution+North+Carolina+&oq=Unlawful+Water+Pollution+North+Carolina+&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAzIICCEQFhAdEB46BAgjECc6BQgAEJECOggIABCxAxCDAToFCAAQsQM6AggAOgcIABAUEIcCOgQIABBDOgYIABAWEB46BQghEKABOgUIIRCrAjoHCCEQChCgAVD-0QJY7rwDYOTCA2gAcAB4AYABjQOIAcwpkgEJMTMuMjMuMy4xmAEAoAEBqgEHZ3dzLXdpeg&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwiptPi4gsjqAhWwd98KHa3YDqUQ4dUDCAw&uact=5
  4. Ocean Dumping Act 33 U.S.C. 1401 33 U.S.C., Chapter 9 – Protection of Navigable Waters 33 U.S.C., Chapter 26 – Clean Water Act 42 U.S.C., Chapter 55 – National Environmental Policy 40 C.F.R. – Protection of Environment
  5. The policy of New York State; set forth in Title 5 of Article 15 of the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) , is to preserve and protect these lakes, rivers, streams and ponds.
  6. 42 U.S. Code § 3613 – Enforcement by private persons
  7. Qui Tam Powers of Private Citizens ……. In common law, a writ of qui tam is a writ whereby a private individual who assists a prosecution can receive all or part of any penalty imposed. Its name is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur, meaning “[he] who sues in this matter for the king as well as for himself.”
  8. USC 28 § 1343 (a) as well as USC 28 § 1367 (a) applies in these matters.
  9. The 1st Amendment US Constitution and International Universal Declaration On Human Rights UDHR Article 19(2) protects expressive and publishing rights.
  10. The International Universal Declaration On Human Rights UDHR Article 3 expressly states that “every individual shall be equal before the law” and “shall be entitled to equal protection of the law” (art. 3(1) and (2)).
  11. The Intentional Continual Operation of the Wholly Deficient Dam “A” which these Defendants have known for decades is Wholly Deficient in Design, Safety, Operation and Capacity, has caused the Unlawful Damaging and Taking of the Witham’s Property and many others. Said Intentional , Continual / Continuance Operations of Dam “A” is a Nuisance in Fact and acts to Take , Damage and Destroy Property as herein described. People v. Cambell, 256 S. 2nd 467, Kelly v. New York 6 Misc. 516, 27 N.Y.S. 164,
  12. The Unconstitutional Taking of Property by Destruction or Condemnation Taking via Destruction of Property without just compensation violates the 4th 5th and 14th Amendments of the US Constitution.
  13. International Paper Co. and the State of New York conduct enormous amounts of Business in North Carolina and as such the MINIMUM STATE CONTACTS provisions of International Shoe are copiously and obviously apparent in this case. New York CONATINUALLY ADVERTISES Vacationing and Realty Marketing, Jobs and virtually every aspect of Commerce DAILY in North Carolina. NEW YORK CONDUCTS enormous Business within the Jurisdiction of this Court. See
    NEW YORK INVITES, BAITS , LURES AND ADVERTISES Extensively in North Carolina
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk022FWkTEoikXjWB-9hdrl098lDIDg%3A1594567782863&ei=ZiwLX96PNM2qtQaB8J3oDg&q=vacation+new+york+tourism+convention+bureau&oq=Vacation+New+York+Tourism+Convention+Bearue&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQARgAMgcIIRAKEKABOgQIABBHOgYIABAWEB46CAghEBYQHRAeOgQIIRAKOgUIIRCgAToFCCEQqwJQtYEBWKPPAWCk4AFoAHABeACAAcUIiAGTNJIBDjAuMTAuMi41LTEuNC4xmAEAoAEBqgEHZ3dzLXdpeg&sclient=psy-ab
    See Also
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk03B7xYuheKvUgh-7xwuVWv4c9VvPA%3A1594567453109&ei=HSsLX8j7BaKMggeP2KuIBA&q=Vacation+New+York++Business+New+York+North+Carolina&oq=Vacation+New+York++Business+New+York+North+Carolina&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQDFAAWABghx1oAHAAeACAAQCIAQCSAQCYAQCqAQdnd3Mtd2l6&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwiI_vLUgsjqAhUihuAKHQ_sCkEQ4dUDCAw

VACATION NEW YORK
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a. International Shoe Co. v. Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945), was a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in which the Court held that a party, particularly a corporation, may be subject to the jurisdiction of a state court if it has “minimum contacts” with that state.
b. Minimum Contacts | Wex | US Law | LII / Legal Information …www.law.cornell.edu › Wex
… traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice” (International Shoe Co. v. … Examples of minimum contacts include conducting business within the state, …
c. Overview of Personal Jurisdiction — U.S. Perspectivewww.kentlaw.edu › cyberlaw › docs › rfc › usview
The defendant must have such “minimum contacts” with the forum that the … to the forum state; Shoe’s concern with the “fair and orderly administration of the laws” … international law example involves a defendant standing in the United States …

d. International Shoe v. State of Washington :: 326 U.S. 310 …supreme.justia.com › cases › federal
Personal jurisdiction is constitutionally permissible when a defendant has minimum contacts with the state where a lawsuit is brought such that notions of fair …

III.
Limitations of Repose Tolled
Accrual Rules New York Statutes of Repose
The Knew or Should Have Known Discover Standards
Jury Fact Questions Jury Resolution of Factual Disputes

  1. Since 1969 The Judges, Marshals, FBI, Court Clerks, and ALL Federal Employees at the Sanford Federal Court House used the Walnut Creek in the same fashion as Lake George, Ticonderoga Creek, Lake Champlain, Richealeu River, Saint Lawrence Seaway and the Atlantic Ocean as the SEWAGE SYSTEM at the Raleigh Sanford Federal Court House for UNLAWFULLY DUMPING SEWAGE. These Illegal Seage Dumpings have been kept secreted for DECADES.
  2. The use of the Dam “A” or Dam # 230 was to FLUSH all the Sewage to Lake Champlain and Beyond and to Dispurse as many as 6,000 Septic Systems in the Lake George Basin and Vast Industrial Wastes generated by International Paper and Power Corporation.
    See Thermal MAP of the 6,000 Septic Systems …..
    Each Red Dot is a Septic System that Drains into Lake George
  3. RICO Cases are controlled by a four year Statute of Limitations. ALL Elements of the RICO claim must me known to a Plaintiff at which time the limitations begins to run , See Indianapolis Hotel Investors Ltd. v. Aircoa Equity Interests Inc. D. Colorado 733 F. Supp. 1406 . Albeit NOW known to Plaintiff the details and extent of this RICO enterprise and conspiracy are still being secreted and concealed. See also Gilmore v. Berg, D.NJ. , 807 F.Supp 1176 …..
    a. The Lake George Park Commission and NYS DEC continue to REFUSE to provide Records Files and Information regarding the FLUSHING or DRAWING DOWN of Lake George enabling the FLUSHING OPERATIONS
    b. Concealing the Lake Flushing and the Dilution of the Pollution by New York State and International Paper and Power is a CONTINUING VIOLATION emplyed to conceal the INTENTIONAL LAKES and RIVERS Flushings.

Vermont Senate addresses sewage overflow in Lake Champlainwww.youtube.com › watch
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Video for Vermont New York Sewage Lake Champlain▶ 2:22
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Sep 19, 2018 – Uploaded by Local 22 & Local 44

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Burlington continues spilling wastewater into Lake Champlain
For more on Vermont’s water concerns, click this story: State asks Vermonters to weigh in on clean water funding

VAST RAW SEWAGE DUMPED AND FLUSHED INTO LAKE CHAMPLAIN

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  1. Statutes of limitations problems raised in complex cases such as the instant ones often present factual disputes appropriate for jury resolution. It is settled, for example, that the date that a plaintiff constructively discovered his or her “injury” is a mixed question of fact and law to be determined by the jury. Glod v. Morrill Press Div. of Engraph, Inc., 168 A.D.2d 954, 564 N.Y.S.2d 905 (App.Div. 4 Dep’t 1990); see also Roman v. Radio Frequency Co., 207 A.D.2d 1012, 616 N.Y.S.2d 824, 824 (App.Div. 4th Dep’t 1994) (citing Glod); Bidetti v. Salter, 108 A.D.2d 890, 485 N.Y.S.2d 772, 773 (App.Div. 2d Dep’t 1985) (discovery rule applied in medical malpractice context, N.Y.Civ. Prac.L. & R. 214(6)). This result follows from the fact that “determination of a `discovery date’ … can be ascertained primarily, if not exclusively, from plaintiff’s knowledge.” Ooft v. City of New York, 80 A.D.2d 888, 437 N.Y.S.2d 30, 31 (App.Div. 2d Dep’t 1981).
  2. The fact finder’s role may also be implicated in the determination of what constitutes a poisoning or contamination by Unlawfully Dumped TOXINS and SEWAGE ….. or “signature” disease, and whether a recently manifested medical problem is “separate and distinct” from an earlier one. Both statistical and medical testimony may be required to determine if a particular medical problem *557 constitutes a “signature” disease, and medical testimony may be required to determine whether a later medical problem reflects predictable, progressive deterioration from an earlier condition. See Asbestos as Precursor of Lung Cancer a Question of Fact, New Jersey Court Says, Mealey’s Litig. Rep.: Asbestos, July 21, 1995, at 14 (reporting Gauntlett v. Johns-Manville Sales Corp., No. A-2524-93T2 (N.J.Super.Ct.App.Div. July 14, 1995) and Andusko v. Schuller Int’l Inc., No. A-2954-93T3 (N.J.Super.Ct.App.Div. July 14, 1995)).
  3. The New York rule requiring a jury determination for many section 214 issues has particular force in a federal suit. In a federal court, the Constitution protects the right to a jury trial, U.S. Const. amend. VII (“In Suits at common law … the right of trial by jury shall be preserved….”), and “federal policy favor[s] jury decisions of disputed fact[s].” Byrd v. Blue Ridge Rural Elec. Coop., 356 U.S. 525, 538, 78 S. Ct. 893, 901, 2 L. Ed. 2d 953 (1958); see also Simler v. Conner, 372 U.S. 221, 222, 83 S. Ct. 609, 610-11, 9 L. Ed. 2d 691 (1963) (“The federal policy favoring jury trials is of historic and continuing strength.”); 9 Charles Alan Wright & Arthur R. Miller, Federal Practice and Procedure § 2302.1, at 24 (1995) (“[T]here is a strong federal policy favoring trial by jury of issues of fact.”); cf. Chauffeurs, Teamsters & Helpers, Local No. 391 v. Terry, 494 U.S. 558, 565, 110 S. Ct. 1339, 1344-45, 108 L. Ed. 2d 519 (1990)

(“`”Maintenance of the jury as a fact-finding body is of such importance and occupies so firm a place in our history and jurisprudence that any curtailment of the right to a jury trial should be scrutinized with utmost care.”‘” (quoting Dimick v. Schiedt, 293 U.S. 474, 486, 55 S. Ct. 296, 301, 79 L. Ed. 603 (1935))). In Byrd, a diversity case, the Court cited this policy when holding that a jury, rather than the judge as provided under state law, should determine if one of the defendants was statutorily immune under state law. The court explained:

…… The federal system is an independent system for administering justice to litigants who properly invoke its jurisdiction. An essential characteristic of that system is the manner in which, in civil common-law actions, it distributes trial functions between judge and jury and, under the influence if not the command of the Seventh Amendment, assigns the decision of disputed questions of fact to the jury…. The policy of uniform enforcement of state created rights and obligations … cannot in every case exact compliance with a state rule not bound up with rights and obligations which disrupts the federal system of allocating functions between judge and jury. Thus the inquiry here is whether the federal policy favoring jury decisions of disputed fact questions should yield to the state rule in the interest of furthering the objective that the litigation should not come out one way in the federal court and another way in state court. 356 U.S. at 537-58, 78 S. Ct. at 901 (citations omitted).

Criminal Tolling by Professors Lafave Israel and King, Criminal Procedure 4th Edition West Publishing

ALL Elements of the RICO claim must me known to a Plaintiff at which time the limitations begins to run , See Indianapolis Hotel Investors Ltd. v. Aircoa Equity Interests Inc. D. Colorado 733 F. Supp. 1406 . Albeit NOW known to Plaintiff the details and extent of this RICO enterprise and conspiracy are still being secreted and concealed. See also Gilmore v. Berg, D.NJ. , 807 F.Supp 1176

IV.
Factual Averments and Back Ground
Predicate Act # 1
⦁ During the Month of August 2016 The Above Defendants Racketeering Enterprise through actions of the agents John and Jane Doe 1 – 10 at the Raybrook New York Offices of the Empire State’s DEC Agency, a Fraudulent Course of Action was HATCHED to make false Police Reports and to Fraudulently seek Plaintiff Witham’s Arrest and or Confinement for the HATCHED, Concocted and FABRICATED, UNTRUTHFUL Claims that Plaintiff was Threatening these Defendant Racketeers and Their Enterprises as well as the People of the State of New York with some sort of DIRTY BOMB attack upon the Authorities and or Environment of New York State. Calls were made By New York State Authorities with DEC to North Carolina Law Enforcement and the US Marshals Service …. Triggering a Criminal Investigation.

a. Your Plaintiff’s Personal Information, Telephone and Address Information was accessed Both In and Out Of New York State to TRACK and LOCATE Him for the purposes of implementing this UNLAWFUL SCHEME of Retaliation. Said retaliation was aimed at Intimidating in an effort to SILENCE Plaintiff and thereby assaulting His rights to write, publish and speak the truth in violation of the 1st Amendment and the International Declaration on Human Rights.

b. The FALSE Police Reporting and Absurd Allegations against Plaintiff Witham was employed to STOP Witham from Reporting the Facts and Truth using the Worldwide Web. AGENTS Conti and Sipes with North Carolina’s Public Safety Authoities and the US Marshals Service in Raliegh used STING RAY Equipment TO Track and Trace Plaintiff’s Telephone and to FOLLOW and TRACK Plaintiff Witham directly in connection with this Case.

Predicate Act # Two
⦁ The Authorities herein Named and Unnamed and Unknown to implement Retaliation accessed State and Federal Data Bases to locate and then Falsely Report Plaintiff to North Carolina and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies. The Chilling and Intimidation, False Police Reports being implemented to Thwart Plaintiff’s written requests for Public Records to the named Defendants. These Defendants are engaged in a serial avoidance of and refusal to abide by New York and Federal Open Records Laws in furtherance of The Concealment of Facts and Records to SECRET their actions and Fraudulently Conceal the Causes of the Damages set forth throughout this complaint. See Indianapolis Hotel Investors Ltd. v. Aircoa Equity Interests Inc. D. Colorado 733 F. Supp. 1406 SAID ACTIVITIES BEING EMPLOYED TO SECRET THE ILLEGAL ACTS ….. Blocking Access to Equal Protection, Due Process and The INFORMATION regarding all the Judges and Federal Agents and Employees UNLAWFUL SEWAGE DUMPING in Walnut Creek is herein very significant ACTS OF CONCEALMENT.

Predicate Act # 3

  1. The activities herein described were agreed upon and implemented by NEW YORK STATE DEC , Lake George Park Commission, The Lake George Association, Warren County Banks, Albany New York Banks and North Carolina’s Counter Parts and Vermont’s ….. being ENGINEERED to cover up and conceal DEC’s and the State of New York’s DEC Albany and Raybrook’s Region 5 refusing to comply with VALID FOIL and FOIA requests for Public Information and Records. and to Conceal the Profit Making Enterprise of INTERSTATE DUMPING and FLUSHING of Illegal Substances. The Virus and Bacteria Laden Human Sewage as well as Poisonous and Toxic Chemical Substances in violation of the Clean Water Act of 1971 and the Laws of New York State and Vermont regarding the POISONING of Lake George and Lake Champlain as well as the Rivers and Atlantic Ocean as herein described.

See Hiding the Pee and the Pooh Too
Lake George NY Hide the Pee and Hide the Pooh To | The https://theadirondacksconspiracy.wordpress.com/1850-2/
Mar 2, 2017 – Lake George NY Hide the Pee and Hide the Pooh To. JUST LIKE … The Great TOILET LAKES Flushing Crapper, Flushing the Toilet Rivers too.

See New York’s Toilet Lakes
https://adirondackslakegeorgefreepress.wordpress.com/new-yorks-toilet-lakes-toilet-rivers-the-viruses-of-new-york/

See THE GREAT LAKES JUST LIKE MILL POND LAKE GEORGE
https://adirondackslakegeorgefreepress.wordpress.com/great-lakes-mill-ponds/

  1. Said claims against Plaintiff Witham were PURE Harassment, Slanderous, Intimidation and Torturous being EMPLOYED to further Conceal the RICO CONSPIRACY herein Described. Further said FALSE POLICE SLANDER was designed by Raybrook NY Region 5 Police to Avoid and Conceal producing State and Federal Government Records per the FOIL and FOIA Laws of New York State and the United States. Raybrook DEC Police FABRICATED ALLEGATIONS against Plaintiff where completely, wholly and absolute Gibberish and Nonsense seriously injurious to the Name and Character of Your Plaintiff. Said false reports were transmitted ACROSS STATE LINES to North Carolina State Police and the Wake County Sheriff’s Office / US Marshal’s Authorities in North Carolina and to the New York State Authorities including the Warren County Sheriff’s Office and Warren County Board of Supervisors.
  2. The Above efforts to retaliate, interfere with and unlawfully punish Your Plaintiff is directly connected with His efforts to UNCOVER and DIG OUT THE TRUTH in these matters regarding the Hiding and Secreting of Public Records and Files in New York State’s SOLE Custody and Control.
    See POISONING LAKE CHAMPLAIN
    https://www.google.com/search?q=Poisoning+Lake+Champlain&rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&oq=Poisoning+Lake+Champlain+&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i59j0j69i59j69i60.8251j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Predicate Act # 4

  1. The ongoing and continuing practice of intentional WINTER TIME drawdown , During Ice and Snow Sheet conditions, on Lake George New York to FLUSH the Illegal Substances were agreed upon By NYS DEC and Lake George Park Commission Agents to SAVE HUGE SUMS OF MONEY that would otherwise have to be spent to Lawfully dispose of the Illegal Substances and remains and are still the Custom, Policy and Practice of the State of New York and It’s Agents, Representatives and Employees. These Winter Time Ice Sheet Lowerings have been going on since at least the 1940s. Said Ice Sheet Annual Lake Level FLUSHING was and remains the destructive force employed to Destroy Islands, Lake Shore, Boat Houses, and Docks ( like those of the Witham Family Business at The Witham Family Marina ).

Predicate Act # 5

  1. These Defendants continued Concealment of the Illegal Dumping, to Save Billions in Repairs, Clean Up and the repairs to damaged Boat Houses, Docks and Seawalls are an enormously profitable enterprise which costs Businesses and Individuals alike considerable sums of money annually. BILLIONS in Reparations and Payments to ALL THOSE WHO LOST PROPERTY like the Withams on Lake George and Lake Champlain were Secreted as to allow the CONTINUING of the Illegal Flushing and Dumping AKA or Operating the “Pinhole” as it exists is a Public Nuisance.
    a. Said annual damages are extremely PROFITABLE for the Operators of the Dam “A” involved and Empire State SAVING BILLIONS in Costs and Expenses to Make Amends and Clean Up. International Paper and Power and New York State and Vermont’s Customs, Policies and Practices associated herewith allow the State to Fund and Practice, Control and Perpetrate the RICO ENTERPRISE upon Lake George, New York as well as throughout the State’s SO CALLED Environmental Conservation / Protection Agencies.
    b. Concocting FALSE POLICE COMPLAINTS being Said false Police complaint against Plaintiff Witham was shared with numerous State and Federal Agencies was a retaliatory action to punish the Plaintiff for engaging in lawful FOIL and FOIA demands on New York’s DEC and other Agencies. THE Criminal Intelligence Data Bases of New York and North Carolina as well as the US Marshals and FBI Computers were used to ATTEMPT a False Arrest and FABRICATED Untrue Criminal Probe of Plaintiff Witham. Using State and Federal Resources, Personel and Computers to FALSELY INVESTIGATE and to CHILL Dissent and Free Speach violates the 1st 4th, 5th and 14th Amendment of the United State’s Constitution as well as the Laws and Constitution of the State of North Carolina. NEW YORK STATE DEC Raybrook NY Region 5 and the North Carolina State Department of Public Safety, Agents Conti and Snipes etc etc Et Al and Others Unknown at this time PARTICIPATED IN THIS UNLAWFUL CONSPIRACY against Plaintiff Witham.
    Predicate Act # 6
  2. These Defendants acting together and individually PREVENTED Plaintiff from lawfull investigating and discovering needed facts and information is the root of the FOIL and FOIL refusals as well as constitutes a CONTINUING furtherance of the concealment and hiding of the extent of the particular facts involved. Said unlawful secrecy, the FOIL and FOIA violations, has been a tactic to conceal and prevent Plaintiff from Discovering All the Elements of the Claims. See Indianapolis Hotel Investors Ltd. v. Aircoa Equity Interests Inc. D. Colorado 733 F. Supp. 1406
    a. The retaliation , retribution, intimidation, attempts to CHILL and SILENCE a Whistleblower ….. violates as well Plaintiff’s FIRST AMENDMENT Rights to engage in expression as well as investigation of the matters associated with this case. Using FALSIFIED Criminal Complaints to silence ANYONE are simply unlawful as well as against Public Policy. The Right of Freedom of Expression is a Protected Fundemental RIGHT in New York, North Carolina and the United States.
    b. These Defendants as well have falsely spread RUMORS and LIES about Plaintiff claiming His Efforts to obtain Government Records and Files, Documents and Information have been HARASSING. These Defendants especially DEC of the State of New York and the State Attorney General have wholly refused and failed to cooperate in the least with FOIL requests and FOIA requests. HARMING AND SLANDERING, DEFAMING and Damaging Plaintiff’s Reputation and Character and placing FALSE Criminal Information on State and Federal Computers to Assaignate and Defame Plaintiff’s Reputation

c. Said Fraudulent Assertions that Plaintiff was engaged in threatening “ DIRTY BOMB ” attacks were FALSE POLICE REPORTS fabricated to attack and destroy Your Plaintiff’s Character and Credibility.

d. SECRETING and HIDING the actions of the State as herein alleged as well violate of the Concealment Doctrine / Fraudulent Concealment Doctrine. The DEC, Conservation Commission acts of INTENTIONAL Lake Ice Manipulations were well known by these Defendants to cause great private and public property damage to Boat Houses and Docks on Lake George. These Defendants not only continued and continue in these TORTUOUS ACTS have a DUTY to Notify Private Property Owners of Their Destructive Actions. Government has NO Right to Take and Destroy Private Property in a SECRETIVE CONSPIRATORIAL MANNER. Such amounts to Carte Blanche to engage in UNLAWFUL and SECRET TAKING OF PROPERTY.

  1. The Fifth Amendment provides that private property shall not be taken without just compensation. … It is clear that when the government physically seizes property (as for a highway or a park, for example) that it will have to pay just compensation. Intentionally Drawing Down Many Millions of Tons of Lake Ice was well known to these perpetrators to cause large scale property damage on Lake George New York. The Conduct was and continues to be reckless and engaged in intentionally. The Massively Heavy Winter Ice is a Crushing and Shredding Device weighing many millions of tons being an extremely damaging Nuisance.
    V.
    Factual Findings, Historical Records Millions of Witnesses / Evidentiary State and Federal Government Records as follows.
  2. During the Course of these matters at the Sanford Federal Courthouse the Judges, Clerks, FBI, US Marshals, Asst US Attornies and all Federal Employees and Public have been illegally dumping and flushing ALL Raw Sewage from the Sanford Federal Court House into Walnut Creek in the Same Fashion as International Paper and Power, New York State and Vermont State UNLAWFULLY Dump and Flush Raw Sewag and Chemicals as stated throughout this Complaint
    see
  3. Raw Sewage from the Terry Sanford Federal Building and …www.gsaig.gov › sites › default › files › audit-reports
    PDF
    Jun 3, 2020 – Alert Memorandum: Raw Sewage from the Terry Sanford Federal Building and Courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina, is Discharging into …
  4. Terry Sanford Federal Building discharging sewage into …www.newsobserver.com › news › local › article243241566
    Jun 3, 2020 – The Raleigh federal office building and courthouse near the State Capitol has been discharging raw sewage into stormwater system and local …
  5. DEQ orders investigation of federal building sewage dischargewww.newsobserver.com › news › local › article243641452
    Jun 18, 2020 – The Sanford Federal courthouse and office building has been sending sewage into Walnut Creek for decades. The NC Department of …
  6. DEQ issues Notice of Violation on Federal Building Sewage …deq.nc.gov › news › press-releases › 2020/06/18 › deq-…
    Jun 18, 2020 – … U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) for the unauthorized discharge of wastewater from the Terry Sanford Federal Building in Raleigh.
  7. DEQ issues Notice of Violation on Federal Building Sewage …www.einnews.com › pr_news › deq-issues-notice-of-vi…
    Jun 18, 2020 – DEQ issues Notice of Violation on Federal Building Sewage Discharge … of wastewater from the Terry Sanford Federal Building in Raleigh.
  8. Throughout the past several years The FEDERAL JUDGES and ALL COURT CLERKS have been using the Walnut Creek, Nuese River and the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Ocean in the IDENTICAL FASHION as vermont, New York State and International Paper and Power. Essentially employing The Public Waters of North Carolina and the United States as a Private Cesspool for FEDERAL JUDGES and COURT STAFF and all Federal Law Enforcement Authorities to use as a SEPTIC TANK.
  9. The UNLAWFUL Violations of Raleigh, North Carolina and United States CLEAN WATER LAWS and UNLAWFUL DUMPING and Flushing of Dangerous Raw Sewage and Chemicals has been concealed by Judge Terrance W. Boyle, His Clerks and the Entire Federal Judiciary in Central and Eastern North Carolina.
    a. Exactly like the flushing of 6,000 Septic Systems on Lake George
    b. The Vast Poisoning of Lake Champlain by International Paper and the State of Vermont Etc Et Al, others yet to be identified by Vermont’s Widespread Sewage and Toxin Flushings.
    c. The Unlawful Water Pollution and Flushing has been CONCEALED by the Federal Judges at the Sanford Federal Court House ….. precisely as THE DEFENDANTS in the instant case have Secreted and Contine to Conceal and Secret in the Instant Case. CONCEALMENT TOLLS THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD in all Civil, Conspiracy, RICO and Constitutional Cases.
  10. as Recently in 2017 …… Your Plaintiff has come to learn that the Water Release Capacity of the DAM “A” at the exist of Lake George, NY at the La Chute River is only able to release 46% of the water needed to prevent a dangerous and unlawful over topping of the Exit Dam that controls the Ice Sheet Levels on the Lake. These PROBABLE FLOOD MOMENT issues are contained in New York State and US Army Engineering Investigations and Reports associated with said Dam “A” New York State Dam Inventory Dam 230.
    a. The Dam is used to FLUSH the Unlawful Substances from 6000 Septic Tanks Leaking in the Lake George Basin as well as SEWERS of the Towns and Villages such as Ticonderoga, Essex County NY, Lake George Village, Town of Lake George and BOLTON LANDING etc etc Et Al.
    b. Concealing the UNLAWFUL Dumping and Flushing
    c. Employed to Save International paper, Vermont and New York , Corporations Controlled by GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS and EMPLOYEES and the Campaign Contributors ….. countless Billions to PROPERLY DISPOSE OF and Clean Up these UNLAWFUL SUBSTANCES.
    d. Enormous Air Pollution Violations of the same type are ONGOING and in the Like Fashion ….. Using American’s Airways as GIANT CESSPOOLS for Unlawfully Dumping TOXINS into the Air They Breath.

V.
Damages to the Witham Marina and Countless Others

  1. The AGREEMENT to use the Lake George to flush purposefully and in a calculated manor be implemented by INTENTIONALLY lowering of millions of tons of LAKE ICE ….. serves as a great destructive weapon which as a direct and proximate result destroys Docks, Boathouses, Islands, Shoreline and Marinas causing considerable property damaes REQUIRING VAST repairs, improvements that require expensive permits, materials, licenses and labor to repair. The Defendants directly profit from all such destruction and vandalism, though Sales Taxes, Employment and Income Taxes, Permitting, Inspections POLICING and Licensing the REPAIRS to the Dameged Properties.
    a. Witham’s 600 Acres now belongs to Defendant New York State and DEC as a direct result of the WINTER TIME FLOODING and Lake Ice Manipulations on Lake George. The Lake Ice being Manipulated by DEC’s / NEW YORK STATE’s Dam # 230.
  2. The Lake George Park Commission has many times described the Dam’s inadequacy as has the US Army Corp of Engineers and the Dam Safety Inspection Division of New York State as wholly ” Inadequate ” to properly release Spring Waters from Lake George. New York’s Control of Dam “A ” is conducted in an UNSAFE, DESTRUCTIVE and RECKLESS manner. Said Injurious Dam Operations have been owned and controlled by New York State and It’s Conservation Agencies for some 75+ Years. Said Intentional and Continued use of Dam “A” # 230 is the mechanism employed to implement the destruction of Business Property like the Witham Marina Business.

SEE Exposing the Sewage Dumping
https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk031QmWrSpGbnyaJVtUfuAIxitpWWQ%3A1594568763278&ei=OzALX97AEImrtQbAhaMo&q=Pinhole+Lake+George+Sewage+&oq=Pinhole+Lake+George+Sewage+&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAzIFCCEQoAEyBQghEKABMgUIIRCgATIFCCEQqwIyBQghEKsCOgUIABCRAjoFCAAQsQM6CAgAELEDEIMBOggIABCxAxCRAjoECAAQQzoCCAA6BwgAELEDEEM6BAgAEAo6BwgAEBQQhwI6BggAEBYQHjoECAAQDToHCCEQChCgAVD28zBYqbExYLe4MWgAcAB4AIABtwOIAYwekgEKMS4yMy4xLjEuMZgBAKABAaoBB2d3cy13aXo&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwieytHFh8jqAhWJVc0KHcDCCAUQ4dUDCAw&uact=5

  1. In years past for many years in a row, 1960 – 1970 as it relates to the Present Case, New York State practices intentional WINTER LAKE DRAWDOWNS during Ice and Snow Sheet Cover because of the Present Dam’s inability to adequately release Spring Run Off or Snow Pack and Ice Sheet Melt and the Spring Rains. This inadequate Dam is less than 1/2 able to handle the Spring Waters. The “Pinhole in the Bath Tub” is Controlled and Owned Jointly by New York State and it’s Corporate Agents, Partners and Representatives International Paper. This “PINHOLE” is the mechanism of destruction
    See
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NDCM_enUS857US857&sxsrf=ALeKk031QmWrSpGbnyaJVtUfuAIxitpWWQ%3A1594568763278&ei=OzALX97AEImrtQbAhaMo&q=Pinhole+Lake+George+Sewage+&oq=Pinhole+Lake+George+Sewage+&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAzIFCCEQoAEyBQghEKABMgUIIRCgATIFCCEQqwIyBQghEKsCOgUIABCRAjoFCAAQsQM6CAgAELEDEIMBOggIABCxAxCRAjoECAAQQzoCCAA6BwgAELEDEEM6BAgAEAo6BwgAEBQQhwI6BggAEBYQHjoECAAQDToHCCEQChCgAVD28zBYqbExYLe4MWgAcAB4AIABtwOIAYwekgEKMS4yMy4xLjEuMZgBAKABAaoBB2d3cy13aXo&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwieytHFh8jqAhWJVc0KHcDCCAUQ4dUDCAw&uact=5
  2. For many Years the inadequate Dam OPERATED AND OWNED BY International Paper and New York State …. in the Winter being intentionally LOWERED the Ice Sheet and Snow on Lake George exerting Many Millions of Pounds of Ice Sheet forces ….. in both Downward and later Upward manner upon Clifford and Anita Witham’s Marina at Harris Bay. The Operation and Destructive forces were intentional and were well understood by Your Defendants. These intentional operations nor the INADEQUACY of Dam “A” were ever disclosed to Your Plaintiff nor the General Public.
  3. The Witham Family Marina solely because The inadequacy of the State’s Dam and the Reckless and Intentional Unsafe Operations to Control Ice Sheet Levels repeatedly destroyed the Witham Marina many times from 1960 – 1970. Many other Businesses and Individuals Properties were as well destroyed creating a large , lucrative commerce in repairs to which the Defendants in this Cause indirectly and Directly Profit.
  4. The massive destruction of Boat Houses, Docks Bulkheads , Shoreline and Islands has been on account of the MILL POND OPERATIONS which I have recently learned in 2017 are practiced for ENVIRONMENTAL FLUSHING of Sewage, Leachate and chemicals from Lake George Waters as well as the State maintaining and operating this wholly inadequate Flushing, Drain or Drawdown Facility known as Dam “A ” Dam # 230 on the State’s Dam Safety Inventory. Said Winter Drawdowns have been engaged in and are currently employed to CLEANSE Lake George Of Pollutants ( are ONGOING ) and same holds true as it applies to the WHOLLY INADEQUATE construction of the Water Release Spillway for the Dam and the Systems Property , ENEL Power Penstock.
  5. The State has had knowledge, knew fully well and in accordance therewith , have with Scienter Operated Their Inadequate Dam and said Operation of it has for many years been and continues to destroy private property on Lake George. The flushing of the contaminates of Lake George are also purposely sent to the La Chute River and Lake Champlain, the Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence River as New York State’s Environmental Conservation Employees, Commissioners, and Agents and Representatives of New York State perpetuate and continue operations of DUMPING SEWAGE and CHEMICALS Continues ( A Continuing Enterprise and Nuisance )
  6. Enormous destruction of islands, shoreline, bulkheads, Boat Houses and Marina Docks have been extremely widespread on Lake George as a direct cause of the State’s substandard, unsafe and reckless Dam and the manner of it’s operations. New York and it’s Agents, Employees and Representatives are in sole control of said Dam.
  7. As a direct consequence of Lake Flushings and Dumping of Millions of cubic Yards of Toxic Mill Wastes, Chemicals and Sewage, the COMMERCE on Lake Champlain an INTER-STATE Lake has been severely damaged. Tourism, Fishing and the General Use of the Inter-State Lake has been significantly diminished by reasons of the gargantuan POISONING of the Lake George, the La Chute River, Lake Champlain as well as the Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence River. Many Many Millions of damages to the Fishing and Tourism Industries have occurred as well as Countless Millions in Lost Commerce on Marinas and at Private Resorts in the mentioned Inter-State Waterways. The Interstate Fishing Market and Industries have been nearly completely destroyed. These damages greatly enhance the profitability and businesses operated by the Defendants on Lake George NY named and at this time unknown in this action. The use of Lake Champlain as a free dump , sewer and cesspool has greatly enhanced the profits of the Enterprises revealed herein.
    COUNT ONE:
    Acquisition and Maintenance of an Interest in and Control of an Enterprise Engaged in a Pattern of Racketeering Activity for the purposes of depriving Individuals of Constitutionally Protected Interests in Private Property 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(b)
  8. At various times and places partially enumerated in Plaintiff’s documentary material, all Defendants did acquire and/or maintain, directly or indirectly, an interest in or control of a RICO enterprise of individuals who were associated in fact and who did engage in, and whose activities did affect, interstate and foreign commerce, all in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(4), (5), (9), and 1962(b).
  9. During the ten (75 +) calendar years preceding A.D., all Defendants did cooperate jointly and severally in the commission of two (2) or more of the RICO predicate acts that are itemized in the RICO laws at 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(1)(A) and (B), and did so in violation of the RICO law at 18 U.S.C. 1962(b) (Prohibited activities).
  10. Plaintiff further alleges that all Defendants did commit two (2) or more of the offenses itemized above in a manner which they calculated and premeditated intentionally to threaten continuity, i.e. a continuing threat of their respective racketeering activities, also in violation of the RICO law at 18 U.S.C. 1962(b) supra.
  11. Pursuant to the original Statutes at Large, the RICO laws itemized above are to be liberally construed by this honorable Court. Said construction rule was never codified in Title 18 of the United States Code, however. See 84 Stat. 947, Sec. 904, Oct. 15, 1970.
  12. Respondent superior (principal is liable for agents’ misconduct: knowledge of, participation in, and benefit from a RICO enterprise).

COUNT TWO:
Devising, Engaging in Profiting and Conduct and Participation in a RICO Enterprise through a Pattern of Racketeering Activity: 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(c)

  1. At various times and places partially enumerated in Plaintiff’s documentary material, all Defendants did associate with a RICO enterprise of individuals who were associated in fact and who engaged in, and whose activities did affect, interstate and foreign commerce. The Interstate Fisheries and Commerce on Lake Champlain was destroyed and Marinas and other Private Businesses in New York and Vermont even Canada have been heavily damaged and in many cases LIKE THE FISHERY COMMERCE Destroyed.
  2. Likewise, all Defendants did conduct and/or participate, either directly or indirectly, in the conduct of the affairs of said RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity, all in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(4), (5), (9), and 1962(c). International Paper and Power with Vermont and New York State agreed to POCKET The Great Profits from Operating the described Unlawful SEWAGE and CHEMICALS Disposal Schemes.
  3. During the ten (75+) calendar years preceding March 1, 2003 A.D., all Defendants did cooperate jointly and severally in the commission of two (2) or more of the RICO predicate acts that are itemized in the RICO laws at 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(1)(A) and (B), and did so in violation of the RICO law at 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) (Prohibited activities).
  4. Plaintiff further alleges that all Defendants did commit two (2) or more of the offenses itemized above in a manner which they calculated and premeditated intentionally to threaten continuity, i.e. a continuing threat of their respective racketeering activities, also in violation of the RICO law at 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra.
  5. Pursuant to 84 Stat. 947, Sec. 904, Oct. 15, 1970, the RICO laws itemized above are to be liberally construed by this honorable Court. Said construction rule was never codified in Title 18 of the United States Code, however. Respondent superior (as explained above).
  6. The Pleading Stage Averments of a Civil Rights Complaint and that of Property Destruction Cases are to be Liberally Construed in accordance with the Mandates of the United States Supreme Court’s Directives.

COUNT THREE:
Conspiracy to Engage in a
Pattern of Racketeering Activity:
Custom, Policy and Practice to Violate Private Property Rights and Expressive, Writing and Publishing Rights violating the 1st Amendment
18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(d)

  1. Plaintiff now re-alleges each and every allegation as set forth above, and hereby incorporates same by reference, as if all were set forth fully herein. Substance prevails over form.
  2. At various times and places partially enumerated in Plaintiff’s documentary material, all Defendants did conspire to acquire and maintain an interest in a RICO enterprise engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1962(b) & (d).
  3. At various times and places partially enumerated in Plaintiff’s documentary material, all Defendants did also conspire to conduct and participate in said RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1962(c) and (d). See also 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(4), (5) and (9).
  4. During the ten (75+) calendar years preceding August15, 2016 A.D., all Defendants did cooperate jointly and severally in the commission of two (2) or more of the predicate acts that are itemized at 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(1)(A) and (B), in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d).
  5. Plaintiff further alleges that all Defendants did commit two (2) or more of the offenses itemized above in a manner which they calculated and premeditated intentionally to threaten continuity, i.e. a continuing threat of their respective racketeering activities, also in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) (Prohibited activities supra).
  6. Pursuant to 84 Stat. 947, Sec. 904, Oct. 15, 1970, the RICO laws itemized above are to be liberally construed by this honorable Court. Said construction rule was never codified in Title 18 of the United States Code, however. Respondent superior (as explained above).

VI.
RELIEF REQUESTED
Wherefore, pursuant to the statutes at 18 U.S.C. 1964(a) and (c), Plaintiff requests judgment against all named Defendants as follows: All Federal Judges and Court Clerks Etc Et Al that have used Walnut Creek as a Cesspool MUST BE RECUSED. The Secreting of the Sanford Federal Court House UNLAWFUL WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES disqualify all Federal Judges LIKE Terrance W. Boyle etc etc Et Al

ON COUNT ONE:

  1. That this Court liberally construe the RICO laws and thereby find that all Defendants, both jointly and severally, have acquired and maintained, both directly and indirectly, an interest in and/or control of a RICO enterprise of persons and of other individuals who were associated in fact, all of whom engaged in, and whose activities did affect, interstate and foreign commerce in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b) (Prohibited activities).
  2. That all Defendants and all their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from acquiring or maintaining, whether directly or indirectly, any interest in or control of any RICO enterprise of persons, or of other individuals associated in fact, who are engaged in, or whose activities do affect, interstate or foreign commerce.
  3. That all Defendants and all of their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from committing any more predicate acts in furtherance of the RICO enterprise alleged in COUNT ONE supra.
  4. That all Defendants be required to account for all gains, profits, and advantages derived from their several acts of racketeering activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b) and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s). Said Defendants should be ordered disgorged of said profits from engaging in the complained property damage and dumping activities.
  5. That judgment be entered for Plaintiff and against all Defendants for Plaintiff’s actual damages, and for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b), according to the best available proof.
  6. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff treble (triple) damages, under authority of 18 U.S.C. 1964(c), for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b), according to the best available proof.
  7. All Violations of Vermont, New York and Clean Water Act must be IMMEDIATELY ENJOINED and Orders of the Court to Repair, Fix and Remediate all Damages caused by the Unlawful Acts and Conspiracy are to be COMPENSATED FOR and CLEANED UP.
  8. Release of All State and Federal Files, Records, Data, Pictures, Videos, Noites Emails and Information involving these matters are to be IMMEDIATELY MADE AVAILABLE to Plaintiff Witham and the General Public at NO COSTS so that the full scope of the Unlawful Activities can be known by the General Public. THE PUBLIC HAS A RIGHT TO KNOW.
  9. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff all damages sustained by Plaintiff in consequence of Defendants’ several violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b), according to the best available proof. And all damages caused by the Maintained Public Nuisance are to be paid to Plaintiff and the Witham Family for the loss of Thier Marina at Harris Bay on Lake George, NY.
  10. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff His costs of the lawsuit incurred herein including, but not limited to, all necessary research, all nonjudicial enforcement and all reasonable counsel’s fees, at a minimum of $150.00 per hour worked.
  11. That all damages caused by all Defendants, and all gains, profits, and advantages derived by all Defendants, from their several acts of racketeering in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(b) and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s), be deemed to be held in constructive trust, legally foreign with respect to the federal zone [sic], for the benefit of Plaintiff, His heirs and assigns.
  12. Return of the Witham Family Marina, Tree Farm and Homestead Property consisting of 600+ Acres and the Marine Facility at Harris Bay on Lake George, NY.
  13. Financial Damages in an amount of no less than Twenty Five Million Dollars.
  14. Financial Compensation for Emotional and Physical Distress experienced by Clifford B. Witham II that resulted in His death just 3 years after His Property was taken in the wake of the Destruction of The Family’s Marina Facilities. in an amount of No Less Than 25 Million Dollars.
  15. Financial Compensation for Emotional and Physical Distress experienced by Anita F. Witham that resulted in the Years after Her Property was taken in the wake of the Destruction of The Family’s Marina Facilities. Mrs. Witham suffered for the rest of Her life until Her death in 1993 some 23 years later, In an Amount of 25 Million Dollars.
  16. Financial Compensation for Emotional and Physical Distress experienced by the Witham children that resulted from the unlawful taking of the Family Property that was taken in the wake of the Destruction of The Family’s Marina Facilities.
  17. The Yearly financial losses and costs associated with Marina Destruction and Loss of the Ability to Operate for the Years 1965 – 1970.
  18. Pre and Post Judgment Interest at the Lawful rate of 10%
  19. That Plaintiff have such other and further relief as this Court deems just and proper, under the circumstances of this action.
  20. Said “Pinhole Dam” should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function.
  21. All costs and expenses to accomplish a through clean up and reimbursements for Damaged Lake and River Sediments and for the Lake Shore Islands and Docks, Boat Houses both PRIVATE and Public . Said “Pinhole Dam” should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function.
    ON COUNT TWO:
  22. That this Court liberally construe the RICO laws and thereby find that all Defendants have associated with a RICO enterprise of persons and of other individuals who were associated in fact, all of whom did engage in, and whose activities did affect, interstate and foreign commerce in violation of the RICO law at 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) (Prohibited activities).
  23. That this Court liberally construe the RICO laws and thereby find that all Defendants have conducted and/or participated, directly or indirectly, in the affairs of said RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of the RICO laws at 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5) (“pattern” defined) and 1962(c) supra.
  24. That all Defendants and all of their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from associating with any RICO enterprise of persons, or of other individuals associated in fact, who do engage in, or whose activities do affect, interstate and foreign commerce.
  25. That all Defendants and all of their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from conducting or participating, either directly or indirectly, in the conduct of the affairs of any RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of the RICO laws at 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5) and 1962(c) supra.
  26. That all Defendants and all of their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from committing any more predicate acts in furtherance of the RICO enterprise alleged in COUNT TWO supra.
  27. That all Defendants be required to account for all gains, profits, and advantages derived from their several acts of racketeering in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s).
  28. That judgment be entered for Plaintiff and against all Defendants for Plaintiff’s actual damages, and for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra, according to the best available proof.
  29. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff treble (triple) damages, under authority of 18 U.S.C. 1964(c), for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra, according to the best available proof.
  30. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff all damages sustained by Plaintiff in consequence of Defendants’ several violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra, according to the best available proof.
  31. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff His costs of the lawsuit incurred herein including, but not limited to, all necessary research, all nonjudicial enforcement and all reasonable counsel’s fees, at a minimum of $150.00 per hour worked.
  32. That all damages caused by all Defendants, and all gains, profits, and advantages derived by all Defendants, from their several acts of racketeering in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) supra and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s), be deemed to be held in constructive trust, legally foreign with respect to the federal zone [sic], for the benefit of Plaintiff, His heirs and assigns.
  33. That Plaintiff have such other and further relief as this Court deems just and proper, under the full range of relevant circumstances which have occasioned the instant action.
  34. Said “Pinhole Dam” should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function. ALL Environmental Destruction must be ORDERED CLEANED UP and Damages of at least 25 Billion Paid for the Destruction on Lake Champlain and 25 Billion for Remediation, Repairs and Destruction on Lake George.

ON COUNT THREE:

  1. That this Court liberally construe the RICO laws and thereby find that all Defendants have conspired to acquire and maintain an interest in, and/or conspired to acquire and maintain control of, a RICO enterprise engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(b) and (d) supra.
  2. That this Court liberally construe the RICO laws and thereby find that all Defendants have conspired to conduct and participate in said RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(c) and (d) supra.
  3. That all Defendants and all their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from conspiring to acquire or maintain an interest in, or control of, any RICO enterprise that engages in a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(b) and (d) supra.
  4. That all Defendants and all their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from conspiring to conduct, participate in, or benefit in any manner from any RICO enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961(5), 1962(c) and (d) supra.
  5. That all Defendants and all their directors, officers, employees, agents, servants and all other persons in active concert or in participation with them, be enjoined temporarily during pendency of this action, and permanently thereafter, from committing any more predicate acts in furtherance of the RICO enterprise alleged in COUNT THREE supra.
  6. That all Defendants be required to account for all gains, profits, and advantages derived from their several acts of racketeering in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) supra and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s).
  7. That judgment be entered for Plaintiff and against all Defendants for Plaintiff’s actual damages, and for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) supra, according to the best available proof.
  8. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff treble (triple) damages, under authority of 18 U.S.C. 1964(c), for any gains, profits, or advantages attributable to all violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) supra, according to the best available proof.
  9. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff all damages sustained by Plaintiff in consequence of Defendants’ several violations of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) supra, according to the best available proof.
  10. That all Defendants pay to Plaintiff His costs of the lawsuit incurred herein including, but not limited to, all necessary research, all nonjudicial enforcement, and all reasonable counsel’s fees, at a minimum of $150.00 per hour worked
  11. That all damages caused by all Defendants, and all gains, profits, and advantages derived by all Defendants, from their several acts of racketeering in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) supra and from all other violation(s) of applicable State and federal law(s), be deemed to be held in constructive trust, legally foreign with respect to the federal zone [sic], for the benefit of Plaintiff, His heirs and assigns.
  12. That Plaintiff have such other and further relief as this Court deems just and proper, under the full range of relevant circumstances which have occasioned the instant action. ALL HEREIN NAMED and YET TO BE NAMED Defendants must be Held Jointly and Severally Liable for all Damages, Costs, Fees and Repairs, Clean Up as herein sought.

Count Four :

  1. During the Month of August 1965 – August 2020 The Above Racketeering Enterprise through actions of the Raybrook New York Offices of the Empire State’s DEC Agency, a Fraudulent Course of Action was HATCHED to make false Police Reports and to Fraudulently seek Plaintiff Witham’s Arrest and or Confinement for HATCHED, FABRICATED and UNTRUTH Claims that Plaintiff was Threatening some sort of DIRTY BOMB attack upon the Authorities or Environment of New York State.
    a. Said claims where completely, wholly and absolute Gibberish and Nonsense and obviously seriously injurious to the Name and Character of Your Plaintiff. Said false reports were transmitted ACROSS STATE LINES to North Carolina State Police and the Wake County Sheriff’s Office / US Marshal’s Authorities in North Carolina.
    b. The Above efforts to retaliate, interfere with and unlawfully punish Your Plaintiff is directly connected with His efforts to UNCOVER and DIG OUT THE TRUTH in these matters regarding the Hiding and Secreting of Public Records and Files in New York State’s SOLE Custody and Control. Plaintiff’s Rights per the 1st Amendment, FOIL, FOIA and the International Human Rights Laws were TRAMPLED.
    c. The ongoing and continuing practice of WINTER TIME, During Ice and Snow Sheet conditions on Lake George New York are still the Custom, Policy and Practice of the State of New York and It’s Agents, Representatives and Employees. Said Ice Sheet Period Lake Level FLUSHING was the destructive force employed to Destroy Islands, Lake Shore, Boat Houses, Islands, Docks (like those at The Witham Family Marina ). Said annual damages are extremely PROFITABLE for the Empire State, The Custom, Policy and Practices associated herewith allow the State to Fund and Practice, Control and Perpetrate the RICO ENTERPRISE upon Lake George, New York as well as throughout the State’s SO CALLED Environmental Conservation / Protection Agencies.
    d. The factual averments associated with Winter Time Ice and Snow Sheet Manipulations ( The WEAPON OF DESTRUCTION ) are described as follows.
    VII.
    Factual Findings, Historical Records and Witness / Evidentiary Records as follows.
  2. Recently Your Plaintiff has come to learn that the Water Release Capacity of the DAM “A” State Dam Inventory 230 at the exist of Lake George, NY at the La Chute River is only able to release 46% of the water needed to prevent a dangerous and unlawful over topping of the Exit Dam that controls the Ice Sheet Levels on the Lake.
  3. The Lake George Park Commission Me. David Wick has publicly and many times described the Dam’s inadequacy as has the US Army Corp of Engineers and the Dam Safety Inspection Division of New York State as ” Inadequate ” to properly release Spring Waters from Lake George. New York’s Control of Dam “A ” is conducted in an UNSAFE, DESTRUCTIVE and RECKLESS manner. Said Dam Operations have been controlled by New York State and It’s Conservation Agencies for some 75+ Years.
  4. In years past for many years in a row, 1960 – 1970 as it relates to the Present Case, New York State practices WINTER LAKE DRAWDOWNS during Ice and Snow Sheet Cover because of the Present Dam’s inability to adequately release Spring Run Off or Snow Pack and Ice Sheet Melt and the Spring Rains. This inadequate Dam is less than 1/2 able to handle the Spring Waters. The Pinhole in the Bath Tub is Controlled and Owned by New York State and it’s Corporate Agents, Partners and Representatives.
    Dam “A” is a High Risk Dam and rated at 54% Inadequate to Properly Maintain Lake George Water Levels Safely
  5. For many Years the inadequate Dam in the Winter LOWERED the Ice Sheet and Snow on Lake George exerting Many Millions of Pounds of Ice Sheet forces ….. in both Downward and Upward manner upon Clifford and Anita Witham’s Marina at Harris Bay. The Operation and Destructive forces were intentional and were well understood by Your Defendants.
  6. The Witham Family Marina solely because The inadequacy of the State’s Dam and the Reckeless and Intentional Operations to Control Ice Sheet Levels repeatedly destroyed the Witham Marina many times from 1960 – 1970.
  7. The massive destruction of Boat Houses, Docks Bulkheads , Shoreline and Islands has been on account of the MILL POND OPERATIONS which I have recently learned are practiced for ENVIRONMENTAL FLUSHING of Sewage, Leachate and chemicals from Lake George Waters as well as the State maintaining and operating this wholly inadequate Flushing, Drain or Drawdown Facility known as Dam “A ” Dam # 230 on the State’s Dam Safety Inventory.
  8. The State has had knowledge, knew fully well and in accordance therewith, have with Scienter Operated Their Inadequate Dam and said Operation of it has for many years been and continues to destroy private property on Lake George. The flushing of the contaminates of Lake George are also purposely sent to the La Chute River and Lake Champlain, the Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence River as New York State’s Environmental Conservation Employees, Commissioners, and Agents and Representatives of New York State perpetuate and continue operations of DUMPING SEWAGE and CHEMICALS Continues ( A Continuing Enterprise and Nuisance )
    A 1500 acre Sludge Field According to Federal and State Investigators has existed since the 1950s on the bottom of Lake Champlain

SEE Unlawful Dumping of Solids, Chemicals and Sewage Wastes into New York, Interstate and International Waters.
Ocean Dumping Act 33 U.S.C. 1401 33 U.S.C., Chapter 9 – Protection of Navigable Waters 33 U.S.C., Chapter 26 – Clean Water Act 42 U.S.C., Chapter 55 – National Environmental Policy 40 C.F.R. – Protection of Environment

The policy of New York State; set forth in Title 5 of Article 15 of the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) , is to preserve and protect these lakes, rivers, streams and ponds.

  1. The Continuing Flushing Operations of Lake George, The La Chute River, Lake Champlain, The Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence are being SECRETED and HIDDEN with an EXCUSE that the DAM “A” The Empire’s Flusher Machine at Lake George is an INADEQUATE INEFFICIENT DAM that must be ANNUALLY FLUSHED on a Continuing Yearly Basis. Said “Pinhole Dam” should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function.
  2. The State has had knowledge, knew fully well and in accordance therewith , have with Scienter Operated Their Inadequate Dam and said Operation of it has for many years been and continues to destroy private property on Lake George. The flushing of the contaminates of Lake George are also purposely sent to the La Chute River and Lake Champlain, the Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence River as New York State’s Environmental Conservation Employees, Commissioners, and Agents and Representatives of New York State perpetuate and continue operations of DUMPING SEWAGE and CHEMICALS Continues ( Being a Continuing Enterprise and Nuisance Yearly Causing Damages )
    45 Square Miles of Lake and 233 square miles (152,000 acres) of Lake George Watershed Drains though the PIN HOLE IN THE BATH TUB Lake George Park Commission

⦁ Enormous destruction of islands, shoreline, bulkheads, Boat Houses and Marina Docks have been extremely widespread on Lake George as a direct cause of the State’s substandard, unsafe and reckless Dam and the manner of it’s operations. New York and it’s Agents, Employees and Representatives are in sole control of said Dam. The reckless operations and property destruction continues as the Inadequate Dam remains in use.

  1. As a direct consequence of Lake Flushings and Dumping of Millions of cubic Yards of Toxic Mill Wastes, Chemicals and Sewage, the COMMERCE on Lake Champlain an INTER-STATE Lake has been severely damaged. Tourism, Fishing and the General Use of the Inter-State Lake has been significantly diminished by reasons of the gargantuan POISONING of the Lake George, the La Chute River, Lake Champlain as well as the Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence River. Many Many Millions of damages to the Fishing and Tourism Industries have occurred as well as Countless Millions in Lost Commerce on Marinas and at Private Resorts in the mentioned Inter-State Waterways. The activities described herein directly cause enormous damages to Interstate Commerce in the Fisheries and Tourism Industries as well as Interstate Public Health and Welfare.
  2. The State of New York International Paper and Vermont DEC , US Army Corp of Engineers and EPA …. Your Defendants Agents, Representatives and Employees have refused to provide records and files per the FOIL LAWS and have Secreted the records in Violation of State and Federal Open Records Laws regarding the Operations of THE PINHOLE in The Bath Tub as described by the Lake George Park Commission and the Empire’s Environmental Conservation Department. Said PIN HOLE …. ( The FLUSHER ) is the Modus Operandi employed to allow the RICO ENTERPRISES to WORK. Without said PIN HOLE and the Fraudulent and Fake, Inadequate Sophistries relating to the FLUSHING of Lake George as herein set forth, The RICO ENTERPRISES are revealed, exposed and said Operations of the RICO Activities becomes INPOSSIBLE to Continue.
  3. Your Defendants have FAILLED IN THEIR DUTIES to advise the Public Generally and Our Family, that it has been the State’s Operations and the State’s Inadequate Dam Causing all the Damages. New York State had a DUTY to inform the General Public and Your Plaintiffs of the Damages THEY ALONE CAUSE and They ALONE SECRET.
    14 The Public Right to know Act and FOIL and FOIA have been MASSIVELY Ignored and Violated indeed continues to be violated at this very time.
  4. Said “Pinhole Dam” on Lake George should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function

The Actual Cause is the High Risk 54% Inadequate Dam # 230

The Actual Cause is the High Risk 54% Inadequate Dam # 230

SEE The Doctrine of Fraudulent Concealment also known as
the Doctrine of Concealment.

  1. Said Concealment Doctrine TOLLS the Statutes of Limitations for TORTS resulting from such Negligent and Intentional Operations such as the ANNUAL INTENTIONAL LAKE GEORGE FLUSHINGS and DRAWDOWNS. Concealment of Information and Records TOLL The Statutes of Limitations

The State and US Army Engineers reveal the release capacity is HIGH RISK and Inadequate

The State and US Army Engineers reveal the release capacity is HIGH RISK and Inadequate

VIII.
DAMAGES

  1. The Waters of Lake George, The La Chute River, Lake Champlain, The Richelieu River and the Saint Lawrence as well as the Atlantic Ocean have been Contaminated with all kinds of Human and Industrial as well as Agricultural Pollutants in violation of State, Federal and International Laws and Regulations. Said are interstate markets of commerce as well as international avenues in transportation and commerce, fisheries. The Sewage and Industrial Wastes Dumping Greatly Enhances the Values of the Fishing, Boating and Tourism Markets on Lake George and Provides a Extremely CHEAP No Cost Method to Dispose of Toxic Materials and Wastes with The Sewage from Ticonderoga and Lake George. Said disposal methods have very heavily impacted Interstate Commerce and the Public Health and Welfare.
  2. As a direct and proximate result The Witham’s Marina Docks and Income Derived therefrom were greatly damaged. The result of that economic damage and loss the Witham’s Lost the Following.
    A. 600 + Acres of Valuable Timber and Minerals and Real Estate at Harris Bay.
    B. The Witham Family Marina today known as Harris Bay Yacht Club
    C. The Witham Family Home
    D. Use Peace and Enjoyment of the above
    E. Clifford Witham because of the Emotional Stresses and Physical Distress died of a massive heart attack shorty thereafter.
    F. Clifford and Anita Witham’s eldest Son took His Own Life causing enormous pain and suffering for the Whole Family.
    G. Mrs. Anita Witham and the Family suffered significant Financial Deprivation and Public Ridicule and Shame being labeled in the Area as Financial Deadbeats.
    H. The State of New York DEC Divisions of Forests and Lands in a Deal with State Judge Richard Bartlett and DEC Family Members acquired the 600+ acres shortly thereafter.
    I. The Withams suffered a loss of a very valuable Family Asset. Today just ONE of the Docks ( there are 275 of them ) can be purchased for $100,000.00. The 600 acres and the Home and the Marina is at fair market value worth many MILLIONS of Dollars.

Said “Pinhole Dam” should be declared a public nuisance and ordered corrected and rebuilt to Safely and Properly Function.

H. The Stream and River Lake Beds of New York, Vermont and Canada have been greatly damaged and are in need of restoration and clean up. All costs and expenses to accomplish a through clean up and reimbursements for Damaged Lake and River Sediments and for the Lake Shore Islands and Docks, Boat Houses both PRIVATE and Public are requested to be paid by the Defendants, Personally, Severally and as Employees of the State Sovereign as well as Agents for and of The State of New York.
J. Although at this time UNCALCULATED the Governor of the State of Vermont is Publicly calling for more than One Billion Dollars In Clean Up Costs. The total amount to clean up and properly dispose of all this Environmental Harm and Damages, will need to be calculated in the future. The total would amount to be approximately Three to Five Billion Dollars.
K. Plaintiff’s 1st Amendment Rights and His Character was assailed without justification and the records of such false Police Reporting have been added to a Permanent Police and National Enforcement Data Base that FRAUDULENTLY Paints Plaintiff as some sort of Domestic Terrorist. The State’s DEC and Lake George Park Commissions FLUSHING RECORDS remain secreted as well as the State’s ENVCON Records involving all the above activity have been SEALED from the Public View.
L. These Defendants FABRICATED attempt to malign, attack, damage and destroy Your Plaintiff’s good name and character is defamatory, employed to retaliate and as such violates the International Human Rights Laws see UDHR The freedom of expression, universally acknowledged as both a fundamental and foundational human right, is not only the cornerstone of democracy, but indispensable to a thriving civil society. Indeed, the freedom of expression is considered the “foundational human right of the greatest importance.”

  1. The right to freedom of expression is protected by a multitude of regional and international treaties, charters, and frameworks. According to Article 19(2) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), a formally binding legal treaty ratified by 165 nations that echoes in key respects the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR):
  2. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of his choice. US Constitution 1st Amendment
  3. Damages to Plaintiff Witham personally are demanded for 25 Million Dollars
  4. Clean Up Costs and Repairs to Both Lakes and the Rivers 40 Billion Dollars associated with this ONGOING SCANDAL.
  5. Compensation to the Champlain Fishing Fleets of at least TWO MILLION EACH.

JURY DEMAND
Plaintiff hereby demands trial by jury on all issues triable to a jury lawfully convened.

The matters of Active and Intentional Concealment of the Unlawful Civil Rights and Constitutional Violations, the Custom. Policy and Practice of the Acts to Acquire Private Property Unlawfully by the Empire State are matters involving Secreting and Concealing Hiding Records Files and Information and Actions of the Empire by State and Private Actors including Law Enforcement Agents of the New York State Conservation Commission and the current Department of Environmental Conservation Department in Conspiracy with International Paper and Power and the State of Vermont.
VERIFICATION

On this 13th Day of July 2020 …….. I, Judson B. Witham , Sui Juris, Beneficiary and Distributee to the Anita and Clifford Witham Estate, Plaintiff in the above entitled action, and as Private Attorney General and in Qui Tam I hereby verify under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the United States of America, without the “United States” (federal government), that the above statement of facts and laws is true and correct, according to the best of My current information, knowledge, and belief, so help me God, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1746(1).

Dated: A.D.
Signed: /s/ Judson B. Witham _______________________________
Judson Witham as Private Attorney General , Sui Juris, Whistleblower in Qui Tam and as Private Civil Rights Torts Complainant.

Respectfully Submitted

Judson Witham
7/12/2020

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