First Amendment rights complaint

Library of Congress
Office of Inspector General
101 Independence Avenue S.E.,
Washington, D.C. 20540-1060
T: (202) 707-6314

October 22, 2017

Re: First Amendment rights complaint

Hello,
On June 13, 2017, at 11:56 pm, I made a web based complaint to the Library of Congress General Inquiries form online. [Exhibit A] When I did not get a response within a reasonable period of time I later filed a complaint directly with the Library of Congress, Office of Inspector General (OIG). On October 4, 2017, Mr. Lester A. Davis of the OIG sent me the enclosed response. [Exhibit B] My company of Majestic Publishers Inc., the Rutherford Institute and I have been harmed by this undue delay. “Justice delayed is justice denied.” (Wm. Gladstone)
Since I did not receive a timely response I did web searches of my own to find the Preassigned Control Number (PCN) location without any guidance from this staff. In my haste I somehow noted the wrong ISBN number of my book, “Care Giving Made Easy – How to be an Awesome Caregiver,” on the PCN website. Although I contacted two staff members about this mistake they did not even bother to respond to me and inform me how I should proceed. When I called Sherry McCoy she stated that she had changed the ISBN for me. However, somehow this has caused me and my company irreparable harm because the Library of Congress informed Lulu publishing company that I could not even use a Library of Congress number in the newest version of my book. Teri Watkins of Lulu publishing did not elaborate the excuse the Library of Congress used so it must have been somewhat unpleasant. It is possible the LOC staff were retaliating against me for expressing First Amendment rights. So now I do not have a print version of this book with the PCN so I can send a copy to the correct address of the Library of Congress. Thus, this undue delay and lack of communication has effectively deprived me of the right to have a valid PCN for my book. The full extent of how this will adversely affect me and my business is not yet clear. For example, I published the following Press Release to give a free book away to six (6) public libraries and if they use the PCN for their file system, they may not even accept these free books, harming my promotional efforts. Moreover, all the profits from these book sales go directly to the Rutherford Institute a legal firm that defends Constitutional rights. So, if the Library of Congress has caused any serious harm to these book sales, then they have harmed this non-profit organization.
I expected professional courteous service from the Library of Congress, especially from the Office of Inspector General. It appears to me that the conduct of the staff at the Library of Congress was all coordinated for the specific purpose of depriving me the option of having a Library of Congress number on my book and they have succeeded. I do not appreciate this shady conduct. I never had any problems from the Library of Congress under the direction of United States President George W. Bush, nor President Barack Obama.
I suspect that the United States Department of Justice, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is somehow involved to abridge my First Amendment rights. On April 29, 2016, my Mother Nancy Ellen Mayberry signed a notarized affidavit attesting to my First Amendment rights. [Exhibit C]. Notice on paragraph 17, how the ISBN numbers are designated. The Department of Justice seems to be trying to invalidate this evidence by conspiring with your office to ensure there are some changes. Jeff Sessions swore an oath to defend the United States Constitution as a member of Congress and as the Attorney General yet he seems to be intentionally engaged in conduct that abridges First Amendment rights. Jeff Sessions and the Library of Congress are acting contrary to law and Constitutional authority to cause me, my company and the Rutherford Institute harm.

Signed and mailed on this 23rd day of October, 2017.

Respectfully submitted.

 

_____________________________
Dale B Adams
Majestic Publishers Inc.
2313 Anvil Drive
Harrison, Ar. 72601
T: (870) 204-0131
E: info@majesticpublishers.com
W: http://www.majesticpublishers.com

cc: Rutherford Institute

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Dale B Adams, pro se do declare that on this 22nd day of October, 2017, I have mailed the enclosed, “First Amendment rights complaint,” on each party to the above proceeding or that party’s counsel, and on every other person required to be served, by depositing an envelope containing the above documents in the United States mail properly addressed to each of them and with first-class postage prepaid, or by delivery to a third party commercial carrier for delivery within three (3) calendar days.
The names of those served are as follows:

United States President Donald Trump
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20500

Library of Congress
Office of Inspector General
101 Independence Avenue S.E.,
Washington, D.C. 20540-1060
T: (202) 707-6314

Solicitor General
Room 5614, Dept of Justice
950 Pennsylvania, Ave, N.W.
Washington D.C. 20530-0001

Signed on this 22nd day of October, 2017.

Sincerely,

 

_____________________________
Dale B Adams
Majestic Publishers Inc.
2313 Anvil Drive
Harrison, Ar. 72601
T: (870) 204-0131
E: info@majesticpublishers.com
W: http://www.majesticpublishers.com

 

[Exhibit A]
Library of Congress
General Inquiries Form online
Ask a Librarian
Question ID: 12574926

In 2006, Dale B. Adams of Majestic Publishers authored the book, “Care Giving Made Easy How to be an Awesome Caregiver,” ISBN No. 0-9677958-1-8. Copyright ©2006 which was cataloged with the Library of Congress Control Number: 2006927387 and located at the website of http://lccn.loc.gov/2006927387. This webpage is no longer active and after a search with the Library of Congress my book is not even in your files.

By what authority has the Library of Congress abridged my First Amendment rights by deleting my public works from the public record? Please also be advised that this intellectual property may be evidence in a government oversight investigation. Thus the Library of Congress may be violating the law obstructing justice and tampering with evidence by deleting these public records. The U.S. Supreme Court informed the United States Department of Justice in common law that an “as applied” civil case may be viable for written works that the government interferes with. Please inform me of any and all reasons my public works have been deleted from your records and who gave you the authority to do it.

I received an email from a government oversight advocacy group who stated that United States President Donald Trump had issued Executive Orders to delete a lot of government records. Pursuant to the Church Committee Reports the National Archives has rules about keeping historical records. Please inform me if the United States President is the party who is engaged in violating well-settled government norms as well as tampering with evidence and obstructing justice.

Thanking you in advance.

Sent by web based email transmission on this 13th day of June, 2017. (11:56 pm)
Respectfully submitted.

_____________________________
Dale B Adams
Majestic Publishers Inc.
2313 Anvil Drive
Harrison, Ar. 72601
P: (870) 204-5317
E: info@majesticpublishers.com
W: http://www.majesticpublishers.com