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Stan J.

Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

December 15, 2015


To:

Newslanc.com
Open Letter to the Editor

Re: Old Boys Network and the Kathleen Kane Coup


Dear Newslanc,
The following is a letter to the editor which I wish to be published on your site.
I have been the victim of a widespread civil and criminal conspiracy that dates
back to 1987, made up of the very same actors that Kathleen Kane is up against, the
"good old boys". In 1987 I blew the whistle on a local company, International Signal
& Control, or ISC, that was indicted for selling arms and weapons to Iraq via South
Africa with the aid and support of the CIA and the NSA. It was the 3rd largest white
collar crime at that time, valued at $1 Billion Dollars. I was the victim of a
widespread wholesale cover-up through an elaborate slander campaign that included
29 false arrests, multiple false imprisonments, and a fabricated mental illness record
that to this day is still resonating.
Kathleen Kane must be commended for her courage and her determination for
taking on this culture of arrogance and total disregard for the U.S. Constitution and
the rule of law that they so emphatically espouse to uphold. They believe and
conduct their affairs in a manner that suggests they are above the law and we, the
Pennsylvania taxpayers, are beneath the law. The sad fact that it reaches into the
judiciary and law enforcement agencies is undeniably the most outrageous and
deplorable truth to this scandal. Case in point, until yesterday I was the APPELLANT
in a case before the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals that involves the Habeus
Corpus for convicted and imprisoned Lisa Michelle Lambert. A murder case in the
early 1990's that was made famous when in 1997 U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell
found her actually innocent due to "one of the worst cases of prosecutorial
misconduct in the English speaking language" and released her from prison. The case
drew nationwide attention when then Pennsylvania Attorney General, then Mike
Fischer, enlisted the help of 9 other state attorney generals to curtail the reach of
the federal bench in state matters concerning Habeus Corpus cases. To make
matters worst, 38,000 Lancastrians signed petitions to remove the Honorable
Stewart Dalzell from the federal bench.

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Mike Fisher and company won and Lisa Michelle Lambert was back in prison
within 9 months while the case went back to the Lancaster County Court of Common
Pleas. The Honorable Judge Lawrence Stengel held a bench hearing where she was
again found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. The case was covered by the LA
Times in a multi-part Sunday series, A&E producer Bill Curtis did a 48 Hours special,
and Lifetime Movies made it into a prime time movie.
This year, these "Good Old Boys" made it so difficult for me to litigate my
efforts to free Lisa Michelle Lambert, that I had to dismiss my appeal and effectively
withdraw as her MOVANT and Advocate. I was trying to persuade the courts that my
own demise was the result of the same type of wholesale prosecutorial misconduct
by some of the very same principals that Lisa Michelle Lambert fell victim to. My
efforts were so distasteful to the powers to be that her court appointed attorney
threatened me with criminal prosecution for no other reason than I might actually be
successful in helping her win the Habeus Corpus she filed in May of 2014. I allege
the U.S. District Judge was trying in vain to invalidate and derail my own federal
court cases that seek to restore me to whole from a life of ruin, misery, torture, and
financial collapse.
For the record, I founded a financial firm in the 1980's that reached 5 states
and raised some 90 million dollars in a matter of 9 months. In the late 1980's and
early 1990's I was one of 5 domestic companies that had the capabilities of
manufacturing CDROM's that included a client list that reached across the globe and
included government agencies and fortune 500 companies. And in 1987, myself and
a genius recording engineer named Tony Bongiovi and his famous recording studio,
Power Station Studios of New York, were developing and producing the first "digital
movie". The intellectual property rights and the RICO statutes that apply to my legal
claims in federal courts were too much for the "Good Old Boys" to handle.
I think I'll sit this one out and watch Kathleen Kane advocate by proxy.

Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

November 12, 2015


Ms. Kathleen Kane
Pennsylvania Attorney General
16th Floor Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Re: Old Boys Network filed in GENERAL OAG QUESTIONS November 11, 2015
November 11, 2015 7:42am
"Kane, the first woman and Democrat elected to the position of Pennsylvania's top
prosecutor, has dismissed the case as a backlash over her challenge to what she
calls the old-boys' network in Pennsylvania law enforcement." LNP, Attorney
General Kane faces trial on more charges, by the Associated Press on November 11,
2015.
Back in 1998 I had a meeting with an NSA (National Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Md)
operative in a parking lot of a former car dealer in York, PA. I had just attended a job
fair and he approached me as I was about to get into my car. He introduced himself
as being from the NSA and I questioned him about why they would not leave me
alone. His response was "It is not US (NSA) it's the Good Ole Boys". I also have
a huge problem with modified, stolen, and planted documents. We parted ways in an
amicable fashion.
Stan J. Caterbone Advanced Media Group
717-669-2163
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
See the enclosed as well as U.S.C.A. 15-3400 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT APPEAL,
APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
https://www.scribd.com/doc/284639091/Federal-Whistleblower-and-TargetedIndividual-of-U-S-Sponsored-Mind-Control-Executive-Summary-Updated-October12-2015

Stan J. Caterbone

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Case: 15-3400

Document: 003112153497

Page: 1

Date Filed: 12/14/2015

www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163
Stanley J. Caterbone, APPELLANT, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
IN THE UNITED STATES THIRD CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
_______________________________________________________________________________
Lisa Michelle Lambert
:
PETITIONER
:
:
v.
:
CASE NO. 3400-2015
:
Lynn Bissonnette, et al.,
:
RESPONDANT
:
:
Stanley J. Caterbone
:
APPELLANT
:

MOTION TO DISMISS
_______________________________________________________________________
I hereby on this 14th day of December, 2015, I Stanley J. Caterbone, appearing pro se, as
the APPELLANT do hereby file a Motion to Dismiss the above captioned appeal for reasons previously
affirmed in previous filings.

/S/ Stanley J. Caterbone


Date: December 14, 2015

Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Appellant


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
(717)-669-2163
http://www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com/__

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Letters to the Editor, News and Commentary

Breaking: Kanes staff has approved one of two contracts needed to hire a special prosecutor to investigate the porno email
scandal
by Bill Keisling
Have Republicans in the top levels of Pennsylvania government and courts engineered a takeover of the Democraticcontrolled state attorney generals office?
Has this high-level palace coup taken place under everyones noses?
Are the criminal charges brought by Republican officials against AG Kane, her subsequent
law license suspension, and efforts by the state senate to remove her from office all simply
a ruse meant to distract voters from what is really going on: an attempt by Republicans to
control policy in the attorney generals office, and throughout state government, without
having won an election?
Recent developments in all three branches of Pennsylvania government make these
reasonable questions.
Several weeks ago, on November 18, four high-level staffers from the AGs office testified
before the state senate committee exploring AG Kanes removal from office that theyve
been running nearly all the offices legal functions since Kane could no longer practice law.
First Deputy Attorney General Bruce Beemer, and three executive deputy attorneys general
Robert Mulle, James Donahue, and Lawrence Cherba testified they have effectively
Kathleen Kane

taken control of the elective attorney generals office following Kanes unprecedented law

license suspension.
First Deputy AG Beemer is a holdover from the days when Republican Attorney General Tom Corbett ran the office, before
Kanes election in 2012.
When she came into office Kane probably thought Beemer was a nice guy, and a competent and experienced career
prosecutors, who should be kept around.
But did Attorney General Kane make a mistake not having her own loyalists in these top positions?

Several weeks back, Beemer and the other three made a splash at
the senate impeachment committee when they spoke about the
importance of the many criminal cases the office was responsible
for handling.
But criminal cases prosecuted by the AGs office are, from a public
policy perspective, small potatoes.
The state AGs office is a johnny-come-lately in criminal
prosecutions. Before the office became an elective one in 1980, the
AGs office seldom if ever prosecuted criminals. (Criminal
Four guys running the AG's office: who voted for them?

prosecutions, before 1980, were referred to local DAs.)

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For centuries, the most important job of the Pennsylvania attorney general has been to issue opinions on the legality or
constitutionality of state actions or programs.
Opinions issued by the Attorney General can and do concern the nuts and bolts of how state agencies are run from the
legality of programs, to who is hired, to how paper clips are bought, to the treatment and execution of prisoners.
Legal opinions of the attorney general carry the full force of law, until and unless a court overturns them.
Beemer and his three associates, testifying before the state senate, played down these important constitutional
responsibilities. These days, Beemer said, the AGs office rarely if ever issues important opinions on government or interagency matters.
Two recent and important issues demanding high-level decisions in the AGs office clearly demonstrate this is not true.
The first issue is a constitutional matter: the state senate is set to vote on whether to hold a hearing to remove Kane from
office, bypassing the constitutional impeachment process. Its the historic role of the attorney generals office to intervene on
questions of the legality of removing an official from office.
The second issue is a personnel, or contract, matter: The contract for Kanes choice of the special prosecutor to investigate
the court pornography email scandal must be reviewed and approved by her office.
AG Kane selected Douglas Gansler, a former Maryland attorney general, and his Washington DC-based law firm, to review
the hundreds of thousands of emails Kane found on her office servers.
But contracts hiring Gansler and his firm must be approved and signed by the attorney generals office staff.
The responsibility to review and approve Ganslers contract fell to one of the four AG office employees who testified several
weeks ago before the state senate panel to remove Kane: Robert Mulle, the executive deputy attorney general of the civil
law division.
Two employment contracts, one involving Gansler and the other his firm, landed on Deputy AG Mulles desk last week. Mulle
evidentially at first objected to the form and content of the special prosecutor agreements.
Kanes spokesman, Chuck Ardo, tells me, (Deputy AG) Mulle was able to work with Kane to massage the first of the two
contracts, about the firm.
That first contract has been signed, Ardo says. But Ganslers personal contract has yet to be approved, or signed.

They are still working on Ganslers contract, Ardo says. But she certainly got the first part approved.
Needless to say, the last thing state Republicans want is an unfettered special prosecutor looking into hundreds of
thousands of correspondence found on the AGs email servers.
Likewise, the attorney generals office must soon respond to the senates demand for a hearing to remove Kane from office.
Those running Kanes office apparently dont seem to be in any hurry, or think its their job, to weigh in on the constitutionality
of the senates proposed action.
But, it should go without saying, if a Democrat-controlled senate were to try removing a Republican attorney general in this
matter, the court papers already would be flying.
Likewise, if the porno email scandal involved mostly Democrats, instead of mostly Republican prosecutors and judges, a
special prosecutor would likely already be on the job.
So Kane finds herself having difficulties directing her own staff to work on these two important matters.
Three million Pennsylvania voters elected Kane. Voters didnt elect her staff members.

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