Writ of Indictment
Brought by the People of the United States of America
The Congress of the United States of America
Specifically against all members presently in office as of this date 22 November 2011, serving as members of the 112th Congress as either direct leaders, active participants,passive participants, participants in collusion or simple incompetents unworthy of their office.
1} Whereas the People as citizens of the United States of America periodically and according to law elect members of the Congress of the United States, either as Senators to sit in the Congressional Senate or as Representatives to sit in the Congressional House and to conduct the business of the People, lawfully under the Constitution of The United States of America.
2} Whereas the present 112th Congress has blatantly failed in an egregiously insidious manner to pursue such business of the People, both individually as to members and collectively as to the body of Congress to properly conduct said business of the People in either a timely manner or according to the requirements of the Constitution of the United states as responsibility and authority are assigned to Congress under the Constitution. We specifically cite Amendment 14, paragraphs 4 and 5 of the Constitution as to maintaining the full faith and credit of the United States.
3} Whereas Congress has participated in ideological confrontations between its members, specifically between those ideologues designating themselves as Tea Party members and those not of the Tea Party membership to the detriment of the timely execution of the business of the People of the United States. Said ideological confrontations having been specifically contrived and intended by those instigating them to disrupt said business of the People is blatant.
4} Whereas Congress has deliberately brought the government of the United States to the brink of fiscal default more than once on its lawfully engaged in debts, established by this and previous Congresses, to both the American People and to the governments and financial institutions of other nations and their nationals.
5} Whereas Congress has by the above deliberate actions caused the lowering of the credit rating of the United States of America among investors and nations, resulting in great loss of value and increased expense at that time to the People engaged in capital markets such as national and international stock markets and business ownership, direct or by stock ownership and indeed to the United States itself by way of increased costs of borrowing.
6} Whereas Congress has by the above deliberate actions and inactions caused increased uncertainty in the economy of the United States, creating a high potential for a second stage recession and further loss of wealth, jobs, homes and livelihoods for the People of the United States. Indeed the potential loss of that life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness as proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence of the United States.
7} Whereas Congress continues to maintain a clear and deliberate policy of inaction, obstructionism, uncooperativeness and destructiveness regarding any plan for betterment of the current economic conditions of the United States and the People of America proposed by the Executive branch of the government of the United States or within Congress itself.
On the basis of the above causes for charges of malfeasance in office, we the People of the United States charge the Supreme Court of the United States of America to demand of said Congress of the United States, both individually as members of Congress and collectively as the Congress, why they should not individually and collectively be removed from office and punished for malfeasance.