The Fourth Amendment upholds the right of the people to be secured in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. The FBI operates under tax federal standards - and local agencies often 'partner' with federal officials to circumvent tougher state restrictions.
However, operating under civil asset forfeiture laws, law-enforcement agencies tend to seize cash from bank accounts and other private property, under the assumption that mere suspicion results in criminal activity.
As a result, the possibility of owners who deposited money in the bank and own properties and have it all taken away, is high. Under that dubious process, they'd be bound to prove that the money they deposited in the bank or the property they own is not a result of illegal behavior in order to have it returned.
Unfortunately, this is all too common of an occurrence in California. A year earlier in Los Angeles, the FBI raided a bank at a strip mall in Beverly Hills and confiscated the contents of safe-deposit boxes belonging to some 800 people. About 300 of the box holders are contesting the attempted confiscation. Ruiz and 65 others have filed court claims saying the dragnet forfeiture operation is unconstitutional.
The government was trying to confiscate $86 million in cash and a stockpile of jewelry, rare coins and precious metals taken from about half of the boxes. But six months after the raid, the FBI and U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles have produced no evidence of criminal wrongdoing by the vast majority of box holders whose belongings the government is trying to keep.
Luckily, after the FBI seized Joseph Ruiz's life savings during a raid on a safe deposit box business in Beverly Hills, the unemployed chef went to court to retrieve his
$57,000. A judge ordered the government to tell Ruiz why it was trying to confiscate the money. It came from drug trafficking, an FBI agent responded in court papers.
Ruiz's income was too low for him to have that much money, and his side business selling bongs made from liquor bottles suggested he was an unlicensed pot dealer, the agent wrote. The FBI also said a dog had smelled unspecified drugs on Ruiz's cash. The FBI was wrong. When Ruiz produced records showing the source of his money was legitimate, the government dropped its false accusation and returned his money.
Just a year later, the same unfortunate fate happened to a 73-year-old retired dentist Richard Marchitto.
FBI Special agent Michelle Belluzzi from California is up to the same tomfoolery and defiance by simply recording her testimony full of duplicity to have the judge use it for grounds to issue a seizure warrant and take the money acquired by the retired Dr. Richard Marchitto's new company.
Isn't the FBI, along with other federal law-enforcement agencies supposed to operate under the nation's highest laws?
On March 24, 2022, Dr. Richard Marchitto, a 73-year-old retired dentist from New Jersey had his new NFT business bank account seized, flattened, and closed with over
$200,000 in his business account.
Unfortunately, with the absence of proof and a bogus narrative and testimony based on mere suspicion by a special agent Michelle Belluzi sputtering a false claim with no evidence and inadequate probable cause, the Judge authorized the California FBI agent to seize the money from PNC bank in New Jersey on a 14-day court order.
The case that started this was with Vuuzle Media Corp, a company not connected to Marchitto's new company. The FBI agent started investigating VMC two years ago under the authority of corrupt official AUSA Jenifer Weir from California. They came up with no evidence of any wrongdoing by Marchitto.
However, they tried to pressure and scare Marchitto into signing a false declaration and making a false confession. They said if he would not do it, they would put him in jail for a minimum of 5 years or more. Amidst, the retired dentist still stood his ground on both officials that he would not lie, nor would he make up a phony story or sign phony documents to hurt Vuuzle TV or the Founder.
Even now after constant badgering and a plethora of subpoenas to Marchitto's bank accounts and investigations going back 10 years, the FBI, SEC and DOC, have found nothing! No wrongdoings, all taxes paid, and simply a dead end to link Marchitto to any criminal offenses or anything bad or unjust.
However, Belluzzi pushed her story line to hurt the New Jersey Resident due to a backlash of concrete evidence proving the two women, FBI agents Michelle Belluzi and Jenifer Weir, are not honest and no better than the FBI crew who raided the safe boxes at the LA bank.
Today, the fake chronicle is now being handled by the S.E.C Asian trial enforcement lawyer Devon Leppink Staren. Her agenda has always been to keep pushing the hoax, while using government money to tear the company apart and destroy it. She has been investigating the case for two years only to pick apart a legitimate business in order to find some self-worth in her corrupt investigation.
Due to the government power, they closed Marchitto's other bank account at Chase bank by having the bank place a negative balance in the account of $999,999,999. 99, purposed to anyone buying goods or services or doing business who sent money it would go against the negative balance they created in the account. Meaning, he would again receive zero to run the business or live.
To date, after the seizure, employees of the newly-established company have not been paid, the payroll for employees bounced, offices have not been paid, His credit card has been canceled, and his social security check could not be cashed until he opens up a new bank account. All the while, corrupt officials of the FBI and DOJ made the 76-year-old man's life a living hell.
The worst part is they did not only shut his new company's bank accounts down but they also began reporting false information to the world banking system blocking the company from doing normal business activities. Further, they stopped the banking and any cash flow in or out of his company thus making it impossible to keep the company open or for the 73-year-old retired dentist to eat, pay bills, or even sustain life.
Now with his life savings gone and the three corrupt officials on his rump, he moved to do a new business in NFT'S, and the three ladies wearing badges stole the money and shut him down again. In utter desperation the three quacks have been sending subpoenas to everyone Dr. Marchitto knows or with whom he has ever done business with, and they again have found nothing on this man to do these things they are doing.
Is this what American politicians have evolved into? As our future depends on it, we must expose and prevent corruption.
Undetected and unchecked corruption in the public sector can cause significant harm, including undermining public trust in government, wasting public resources and money, causing injustice by favoring some at the expense of others, inefficiencies in operations, and reputational damage, making it
difficult to recruit and retain quality employees or obtain the best value in tender processes.
Public corruption tears at the fabric of our communities and our national security. Elected or appointed officials are entrusted and The fabric of our communities and our national security is being torn apart by public corruption. Elected or appointed authorities are entrusted with and expected to safeguard the public's interests with honesty. When that confidence is violated, our government's security and stability are jeopardized. Combating public corruption has been the FBI's top criminal goal since 9/11. This involves combating corruption at all levels of government and monitoring the corrupt acts of US officials both within and outside the country's boundaries.
The public corruption program uses intelligence analysis to discover any links to terrorism or foreign intelligence that might constitute an immediate threat to national security.
Since 2001, the public corruption program's efforts have resulted in approximately 8,000 arrests for corruption crimes, contributing to the FBI's greater objective of protecting the nation's borders, interests, and people across the world.
The real question is, who is protecting the elderly against dishonest authorities who have no morals or ethics and prey on the elderly?
We hope that someone in America's government with more power would go after the FBI, which is meant to be the primary agency for public corruption crimes in the country.