Scott A. Heimermann
200 South Madison Street
P.O. Box 0351
Waupun, Wisconsin 53963-0351
May 31, 2013
Teresa L. [redacted]
Special Agent in Charge
Federal Bureau of Investigation
330 East Kilbourn Avenue, Suite 600
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
RE: Pattern of Civil Rights Abuses by Milwaukee Police Department
Dear Agent [redacted]
Following my letter I had mailed to you in this matter on May 13, 2013, you and U.S. Attorney James [redacted] announced Tuesday, May 28, 2013, that the U.S. Department of Justice will close its criminal civil rights investigation into the death of Derek [redacted] in Milwaukee Police Department ("MPD") custody, resulting in your office's concurrence with Mr. Santelle's decision.
On the other hand, I understand that your office and the U.S. Department of Justice still are committed to pursuing the current investigation into the MPD for a pattern and practice of civil rights violations. Now that your office has closed the criminal investigation into Mr. [redacted] death and are continuing to take formal action against the MPD as part of a pattern and practice investigation, I am writing this letter to you so that when future federal investigators ask, "What does Scott A. Heimermann's homicide case stand for an ongoing pattern of civil rights abuses within the MPD?" you can tell them that all that is required to lay the groundwork for this inquiry is to simply roll a mirror out and hold it up to the MPD in connection with the factual circumstances surrounding the August 19, 1989 murders of Mohammad [redacted] and Dion [redacted] which will in fact show that it was MPD who broke the law and that Scott A. Heimermann did everything the law required of him.
Viewed another way, if you were to take the facts alleged against me in the 1991 criminal trial by the MPD the facts would only mirror the actions of the MPD in the August 19, 1989 murders. Truth is truth, regardless of which way the MPD attempted to spin it to the public in 1991 and, in the final analysis, it is only the truth that I know that will set me free. Again, as noted in all my previous correspondences to you, the MPD showed up at the 941 South 35th Street residence in Milwaukee in late July 1989 because of my call to the MPD about MPD informant Edward J. [redacted] constant domestic abuse and violent tendencies. My call to the MPD would have prevented the murders but the MPD did nothing. Then after the MPD blew me off the MPD itself caused the murders of [redacted] and [redacted] from beginning to end by continuing to make a case against [redacted] and his organization in the guns-for-drugs investigation before, during, and immediately after the August 19, 1989 murders. In addition, the Evidence shows that the MPD arrested and released [redacted] in March 1989, five months before he was murdered by MPD informant Piscitello, which was done to apparently continue to build a case against [redacted] and his organization in the gun-for-drugs investigation, even though [redacted] was wanted by authorities in Chicago for a 1988 murder and the FBI had [redacted] as a fugitive on its "Top Ten" list in connection with this murder. So when you look at the evidence in this case so far, the MPD caused the August 19, 1989 murders of [redacted] and [redacted] based on two levels: First, the MPD arrested and released [redacted] from custody, five months before he was killed, to continue to build a case against [redacted] and his organization in the guns-for-drugs organization instead of notifying the FBI of [redacted]'s arrest. Next, take the MPD continuing to build its case against [redacted] and his organization in the guns-for-drugs investigations instead of taking interest in what I told the MPD about informant Piscitello's constant domestic abuse and violent tendencies just weeks before the murders - even if I knew more about [redacted] than his employer (the MPD) at the time.
Taken together, the pattern and timing of these undisputable events demonstrate that something is intolerably amiss, to proving the MPD's involvement in the August 19, 1989 murders of Mohammad [redacted] and Dion [redacted]. My criminal trial in 1991 was a SHOW TRIAL to falsely charge me in the August 19, 1989 murders, even though the MPD caused the problem. And today the MPD continues to engage in a pattern of bad faith stonewalling or fictionalizing on my demands for the "Itinerary of the 'As-Yet-Undisclosed-State-Evidence'", constantly giving me the runaround, and that this has made it much less possible for me to obtain a reversal of my convictions or to obtain an innocence pardon from Governor Scott Walker.
In sum overall, therefore, as to whether my case can assist your office and the U.S. Department of Justice to recognize the MPD is in fact engaged in a series of possible civil rights violations, it appears highly likely that the U.S. Department of Justice can sue the MPD for a pattern and practice of civil rights abuses, after the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice pursues all the facts in my case in the interest of justice.
Therefore, it is felt that sufficiently applied investigation surrounding my case would very likely reveal quite a number of leads for establishing an ongoing pattern of civil rights abuses within the MPD. Hence, your current federal pattern and practices investigation into the MPD should bear strong investigation into the continued cover up of the MPD's involvement in the August 19, 1989 murders of Mohammad Binwalee and Dion Russell as well.
Again, I stand ready to help your office to conduct this investigation with focus on helping the FBI connect the dots and getting it done as soon as possible. Thank you and I look forward to your instructions.
Very truly yours,
Scott A. Heimermann
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