The FBI wrote me a letter saying that the USMS entered non-existent criminal charges for bail jumping against me into the NCIC system of records. see file 2
The USMS office in Denver sent a detainer for a non existent felony charge in order to imprison me under false circumstances. see file 3
The USMS office in Denver sent an email that I was wanted for a non existent bail jumping charge. see file 4
The USMS sent a fax saying they wanted me held. see file 5
The USMS called me in Canada and threatened me with arrest if I returned to the U.S. see file 6
The purpose was extortion. see file 7
U.S. Courts has a special form for detention pending trial, a AO472 see file 8
In response to my Freedom of Information Act request, the USMS sent me 198 pages which they claimed were all the records they had on me. See District of Eastern Virginia 00-cv-732 document 30. There aren't any AO472 forms in that file.
USMS held me without a trial that is recognized in law. I was told in court that I wasn't allowed an evidentiary hearing. The witnesses against me weren't sworn. I wasn't allowed to cross examine them. The judge, Edward Nottingham, vowed that he wouldn't listen. It was a kangaroo court. see file 9.
It was claimed that I was a vexatious litigant but Judge Nottingham refused to say why my case was dismissed. see file 10
I attached an example of a proper warrant. One for Joe Nacchio. It shows the statute that he was accused of violating; per Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Rule 4 it lists an offense that is described in a criminal complaint. see file 11
The warrants that USMS executed for me didn't list an offense that is described in a criminal complaint. see files 12 and 13
USMS created Prisoner Tracking System records in order to detain me without a criminal charge. see file 14
The Department of Justice published in the Federal Register that the Prisoner Tracking System would only include records of those people who are detained pursuant to a criminal charge. see file 15