Below is the letter I sent to the
September 22, 2009
I called for the arrest of Karl Rove, as I know his sordid record as a member of possibly the worst administration in
I made a point not to interrupt the president or his chosen speaker as I respect freedom of speech. But Rove was at Goucher because the university president accepted money from an unnamed ultraconservative of considerable means. It is really disappointing to discover that money talks at Goucher. Since I am a person who lives simply, I could not come up with $40,000 to persuade the president to host a progressive speaker. A request for equal time would have been rebuffed, so I seized the moment and spoke truth to power on September 16.
Max Obuszewski is a member of the Pledge of Resistance-Baltimore. He can be reached at mobuszewski at verizon.net or 410-355-1637.
In the matter concerning:
Karl Christian Rove, defendant
Under the authority of the U.S. Constitution, Max Obuszewski and other U.S. citizens argue that Karl Christian Rove should be placed under arrest for high crimes against the people of the United States committed during his role as Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush as well as while serving as a campaign consultant during the U.S. presidential elections of 2000 and 2004.
He is charged with willful violation of the following federal codes between the dates of January 1, 2000 until the present.
US Code: Title 42, the Voting Rights Act, for ELECTION FRAUD in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections
US Code, Chapter 19.371, CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT OFFENSE OR TO DEFRAUD UNITED STATES, for false information leading to the War in
Several sections of US Code, Chapter 115, TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES including, but not limited to submitting and fomenting false information leading to the War in Iraq, illegal detainment and torture of prisoners in Guantanamo and elsewhere, and other fraudulent acts leading to the deaths of some 4,900 U.S. military personnel as well as approximately 300,000 Iraqi civilians.
US Code, Title 18, Chapter 51, FELONY MURDER
Further, he may also be indicted for other violations of federal code not listed in this complaint.
Any United States Marshall or any authorized U.S. Law Enforcement Officer present is obligated under the U.S. Constitution to take him into custody and bring him forthwith before the nearest magistrate to answer these charges and to advise him of his rights which include:
He has the right to remain silent. Anything he says can and will be used against him in a court of law. He has the right to speak to an attorney, and to have an attorney present during any questioning. If he cannot afford a lawyer, one will be provided for him at government expense.
Respectfully submitted by members of the Pledge of Resistance-Baltimore on this 16th day of September 2009.
Mobuszewski @ verizon.net
from: William Hughes
Video: Max Obuszewski Knocks Karl Rove and
On the evening of Sept. 16, 2009, a protest action was staged at