Misery in Meth-ouri

After local authorities demonstrated hostility and bias, Jeff and Mary contacted private, state, and federal agencies asking for help -- but nothing was accomplished. Agencies covered-up evidence, lost files, and passed the buck. Jeff and Mary were ignored, threatened, and given the run-around.

After Jeff and Mary sued their real estate agent, she refused to answer their questions under oath, liquidated her assets, and moved out of state.

After a Missouri Real Estate Commission investigator told Jeff and Mary they are victims of "prima facie real estate fraud," she suddenly left her job. Then REC overlooked obvious evidence, refused to investigate evidence of forgery, refused to discipline the real estate agent, and refused to let Jeff and Mary see the file.

After a Missouri Department of Insurance investigator started asking questions, and an MDI attorney sympathized with Jeff and Mary, both suddenly left their jobs. Then MDI overlooked obvious evidence, ignored contradictions in their investigation, and referred Jeff and Mary to other agencies and to local law enforcement, who were overtly hostile and biased.

After three Missouri Department of Natural Resources engineers got involved, they were suddenly transferred, and DNR took no action. A DNR internal e-mail quotes a State Senator (who was at the same time the attorney for the drug suspects who cheated and harassed Jeff and Mary), that "everything would be taken care of."

After the Missouri Directors of the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee tried to help, they left their jobs. ADL and AJC told Jeff and Mary that their lives are in danger and advised them to move away.

The Missouri Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel reluctantly investigated two attorneys who concealed conflicts of interest and knowledge about the community, conducted no investigation, ignored evidence, and named the wrong plaintiff in their petitions. OCDC sent one a written admonition, and exonerated the other. Jeff and Mary appealed OCDC's exoneration to the Missouri Supreme Court Advisory Committee, which upheld OCDC's decision, ignored evidence of forgery, and threatened Jeff and Mary with a defamation lawsuit.

A Mediator from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Community Relations, requested a Grand Jury, but the government refused. The Mediator told Jeff and Mary that their lives are in danger and advised them to move away.

The Missouri Ethics Commission found that a circuit judge tried to influence a witness and made anti-Semitic remarks about Jeff, but the Missouri FBI and U.S. Attorney refused to investigate or prosecute. The FBI said they couldn't investigate, because the U.S. Attorney wouldn't prosecute. The U.S. Attorney said they couldn't prosecute, because the FBI wouldn't investigate. Then the U.S. Attorney referred Jeff and Mary back to local law enforcement, who work with the circuit judge.

The Missouri Commission on Retirement, Removal, and Discipline of Judges ignored the Ethics Commission's investigation of the circuit judge and evidence against two other judges from the same circuit.

The Missouri Attorney General quashed Jeff and Mary's subpoena for the Ethics Commission's investigation of the circuit judge.

After Jeff and Mary contacted the Governor, the Constituent Advocate referred them to the Governor's Chief Legal Counsel, who referred them back to the Constituent Advocate. Both the Constituent Advocate and the Chief Legal Counsel refused to correspond with Jeff and Mary in writing, and nothing was accomplished.

After Jeff and Mary contacted the Lieutenant Governor, the Constituent Advocate told them that state agencies will not correspond with them, and that all investigations of their complaint are closed.

After Jeff and Mary wrote a confidential letter to their State Representative, the letter wound up in the hands of the alleged drug suspects they complained about. Then the State Representative "lost" Jeff and Mary's file and "couldn't remember" if he spoke to Jeff and Mary's State Senator, who happens to be the drug suspects' attorney.

After Jeff and Mary wrote a confidential letter to their U.S. Senators, the letter wound up in the hands of the alleged drug suspects they complained about. Then the U.S. Senators "lost" Jeff and Mary's file. When Jeff and Mary asked the U.S. Senators' Constituent Advocate to look for their file, she accused them of being "naive" and suddenly left her job. Then her boss threatened Jeff and Mary with "legal action."

After Jeff and Mary contacted the U.S. Treasury Department about undisclosed conflicts of interest with a prominent national bank, the Treasury Department stalled, ignored their evidence, and accused Jeff and Mary of "working the system." At the same time, Jeff and Mary's website was repeatedly visited by global financial institutions and international law firms.