Since when is your supplement to an FBI IC3 complaint rejected because you didn’t include an IP address that the form doesn’t ask for?

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In advance of today’s roadtrip with mom to Phoenix metro, i tried to submit this FBI IC3 update [minus images added here] from two different devices: my laptop and my Android smart phone. Both times i was prevented from filing this update for the reason you see in this image: that i didn’t include an IP address. When did the FBI cyber-crimes office begin requiring an IP address before it accepts your IC3 filings?

Charles Bloeser, MA, J.D.
Member, State Bar of TennesseeRE: 27 March 2019 supplemental report to 12 May 2018 IC3 filing.Dear Special Agent:
By 6 October 2018 supplement to 12 May 2018 IC3 filing I informed your office of the following:
“Previous IC3 updates of 10 July and 27 July 2018 include and reference my 22 June 2018 letter to AUSA (D-AZ) Monte Cress Clausen: that letter and my recent updates to my 12 May 2018 IC3 complaint explain that the IT/cyber, etc. acts that I’ve documented for your office may resolve themselves. If my electronic environment and tools continue to improve, I still request that law enforcement resources be spent on matters of threat to the United States. I continue to discourage the prosecution of anyone in these matters. It appears that the only folks who continue to resist resolving these problems are from the LGBT crowd and may relate to a 2004 law school alumni article I wrote arguing for a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a women. My late dad, Carl H Bloeser, served as the State of Arizona’s AIDS Health Program Manager in the late 1980’s – until he resigned over issues with the LGBT community.”

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Update of 27 March 2019
In the months following my 6 October 2018 supplemental filing with your office, aggressive and unlawful actions against me and my wounded-warrior-focused research activities by members and supporters of an Episcopal Church – LGBT alliance, appear to have increased. The most notable increases have followed my 20 October 2019 formal withdrawal from the Episcopal Church (U.S.A.) and the posting of targeted social media content, some of which give alliance members a chance to read for themselves the statutes and caselaw that prohibit some, but not all, of their acts, as well as the law authorizing forthcoming civil litigation against certain alliance members and supporters in and out of the Episcopal Church.
A recent data dump for my Facebook account confirms that electronic / digital attacks remain favorites among probable defendants in the forthcoming tort litigation. Especially troublesome are data that suggest alliance efforts to paint this former Assistant D.A. as one of those resister/ anti-government types. Lies like that are bad enough for me, and I intend to choose lawyers who’ll give some of these folks the legal equivalent of a full-scale body cavity search.

But there’s a much greater concern – one that directly impacts the Trump Administration and its priorities. I’ll get to that in a minute.

S/A: There’s not a legitimate document anywhere that supports those defamatory claims against me that I know about. But my professional record and my record of published and still-cited works tells quite the opposite story.
Such electronic/digital/etc. character strikes against me and my work – masterminded by Episcopal Church – LGBT alliance members and their personal and professional networks in and out of government – are strangling my ability to make a living, pay debts, help out my kid financially from time to time, and to produce and disseminate research products that can help those persons who are best situated to improve and save the lives of wounded warriors and their families, do their jobs.

*[I’m still trying to figure out how much damage has been done to my 81-yoa mom and her 4-year long book project about our family’s Cold War years in Africa, such harm almost certainly caused by an apparent on-line child predator whose social media content prompted me to refer him to the authorities for possible investigation. A person claimed in email communications to be nothing more than a bot by the Episcopal Priest trusted with children, youth, and families at St. Philips in the Hills Episcopal Church, Tucson. The same priest who took me to lunch on the church’s credit card and hinted strongly that I should dismiss as outdated and not reflective of my current views: my 2004 article for fellow lawyers in which I urged that we amend the U.S. Constitution to define “marriage” as one thing: a union between one man and one woman.]

Let’s be frank, [Special Agent.] My record as an attorney and published researcher reveals me to be a patriot from the start. Federal judges and federal prosecutors don’t praise the quality of your legal work and assess you as “ethically, beyond reproach” if it’s not true. And your publications don’t get cited again and again by, among others, Small Wars Journal and research products submitted to the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and American Military University.

halloween with the guys and girls OKC
And, as I’m sure you’ll appreciate, federal agents don’t include a defense attorney – even a former Assistant D.A. – when they get together for drinks on Fridays at what was the Belle Isle Brewing Company at Penn 50 in OKC, if that attorney’s an anti-government seditionist who disrespects those sworn to uphold the law and to defend the country and its interests, including their families. You’re not going to appear in photographs taken at a masquerade party hosted by those some federal agents – in my case, wearing the uniform of a Confederate general – if you’re an anti-government wanker.
If I were in any way an anti-government type, I wouldn’t have been scheduled – twice – for USAF OTS (not sent, though, due to combination of color blindness and changes in federal defense spending following wholesale policy shifts in USSR and USSR satellites in Eastern Europe, culminating in the fall of the Berlin Wall.)


BTW, while I was trying during the Reagan Administration to prepare for and secure an opportunity to defend my nation, my former boss in Tucson, Arizona who’s strongly allied with LGBT and Episcopal Church alliance members was “masterminding” and running a nationwide criminal conspiracy that smuggled foreign nationals past those tasked with defending our borders, funneled them to Chicago, and then dispersed them to “safe houses” throughout our country. 

[Following is excerpted from U.S. Court of Appeals’ decision and order affirming felony convictions of just-referenced smuggling ring members.]

883 F.2d 662

UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Maria del Socorro Pardo Viuda De AGUILAR, Defendant-Appellant.
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Anthony CLARK, a/k/a Antonio Clark, Defendant-Appellant.
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Sister Darlene NICGORSKI, School Sisters of Saint Francis,
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Philip M. WILLIS-CONGER, a/k/a Phillip M. Conger,
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
John M. FIFE, Defendant-Appellant.
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Margaret Jean HUTCHISON, a/k/a Peggy Hutchison, Defendant-Appellant.
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Wendy LeWIN, Defendant-Appellant.
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Ramon Dagoberto QUINONES, Defendant-Appellant.

Nos. 86-1208 to 86-1215.

United States Court of Appeals,
Ninth Circuit.

Argued and Submitted Dec. 9, 1988.
Decided March 30, 1989.
As amended on Denial of Rehearing and Rehearing En Banc
April 14, 1989.

Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.

Before HALL, WIGGINS and THOMPSON, Circuit Judges.



Appellants were convicted of masterminding and running a modern-day underground railroad that smuggled Central American natives across the Mexican border with Arizona.1 Beginning in Mexico, various appellants directed illegal aliens to several Arizona churches that operated as self-described sanctuaries. From Arizona, appellants sent many of these illegal aliens to Chicago, Illinois, where they were subsequently dispersed throughout the United States to so-called safehouses. Appellants were sentenced to varying terms of probation; none received jail terms.


Appellants contend that the aliens they smuggled, transported, and harbored are bona fide political refugees entitled to political asylum in the United States pursuant to the Refugee Act of 1980, Pub.L. No. 96-212, 94 Stat. 102 (codified in scattered sections of 8 U.S.C. (1982)). Yet appellants counseled the aliens to avoid American immigration authorities at all costs and to lie to them if apprehended. Appellants’ disdain for federal immigration law is perhaps best evidenced by an episode at the Sacred Heart Church in Nogales, Arizona. Appellant Anthony Clark had arranged for a government informant to transport to Phoenix several illegal aliens. Two of these aliens had been intercepted and released by American immigration officials. The authorities had issued documents to these aliens requiring them to appear before an immigration judge. Clark took these documents and tore them up, instructing the aliens that they had erred by truthfully identifying themselves as Salvadoran citizens.

[end of excerpt]

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It’s laughable to think I’d be an anti-government type who’d been trusted to handle 20 Oklahoma counties for the reelection campaign of a United States senator, in this case, the new Chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services committee.

Anti-American, seditionist types also aren’t likely to put the Nation’s security ahead of people they know and like socially. If any of this crap being dished out against me in cyberspace were true, chances are pretty good that I wouldn’t have sped back 120 miles or so from felony criminal court in McAlester to check a fact and then head directly to the OKC FBI Field Office (I think this was in 2003 or 2004).

If I were out there trying to get folks to distrust our institutions of government, there’s not a snowball’s chance in hell that when I got to the OKC FBI Field Office that afternoon, I’d do what I went there to do: I wrote eight pages detailing information that I had about the conduct of a Mr. Ahmed Mahmoud, the husband of a woman in Bible class with me and my wife at Henderson Hills Baptist Church in Edmond, OK – a Muslim from Somalia (?) who lied about being a law student at, and graduating from, the Oklahoma City University College of Law. It’s also quite unlikely that AUSA Leslie Maye (OKWD) and former U.S. Secret Service S/A Todd Lamb would have listened to me when I reported to them the potential terror threat info that I’d given the FBI about this guy.


Being targeted for destruction by a bunch of folks who’ve grown waaaaaay too accustomed to forcibly extracting apologies, moneys, etc. from fellow citizens who offend them is bad enough. And I could sure use some help from IT/cyber-skilled white hats whose sworn duty to defend the U.S. Constitution keeps them from simply giving in to dangerous political aggressors who, in barely two years, raped the will of the people as evident in 80 % of the states that had legislatively or by amending their state constitutions said “NO” to same-sex marriage.

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But there’s a greater concern to the United States, though: elections really are supposed to have consequences. What facts that I have been able to gather suggest that government skills, time, and resources are almost certainly being used to scam President Trump and his team into, without knowing it, furthering an LGBT political agenda that got shoved up America’s tailpipe during the Obama Presidency. And it wouldn’t be the first time they’ve duped this Presidency if, for example, federal funds are directly or by pass-through being used to support “Drag Queen Story Hour” at libraries around the country.


Thank you for your continuing attention to these matters. If we’re lucky, any efforts you make to reach me will be allowed to get through timely.
Most respectfully yours,
Charles Bloeser
Member, Tennessee Bar

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