Friday, November 11, 2016

Dear Attorney General Lynch and FBI Director Comey

Loretta E. Lynch, U.S. Attorney General                 James Comey, FBI Director
U.S. Department of Justice                                      Federal Bureau of Investigation
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW                                935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
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Dear AG Lynch, and Director Comey:                    September 22, 2016

The Ocala Star-Banner reported January 29, 2016, "Racial incident at West Port: 3 students face discipline after taunts while waiving Confederate flags." Meanwhile, the black schoolgirl being intimidated by white supremacists with Confederate flags was wrongly cited in lieu of arrest.

U.S. Attorney Lee Bentley has jurisdiction, but there is no evidence USAFLM Bentley sought justice for the black schoolgirl intimidated by white supremacists with Confederate flags.

Fine, I bear witness to the ongoing plague of white supremacy racism in central Florida. Enclosed is my complaint to The Florida Bar against School Board attorney Steven Eleazer Lake for white supremacy racial discrimination, and obstruction of justice for concealing records.

The Ocala Police Department has not provided records for the "Racial incident at West Port: 3 students face discipline after taunts while waiving Confederate flags." See enclosed.  

In my view this offense was a hate crime under FS § 775.085 Evidencing prejudice while committing offense; reclassification, because the offense involved the race/color of the black student by three white students who used Confederate flags in a threat of force, to injure, intimidate or interfere with the black student while she was engaged in a federally protected activity, attending public school. 18 U.S.C. § 245. The black schoolgirl was justified in punching the perpetrator(s) under FS § 776.012(1), use or threatened use of force in defense of person.

My Statement Of Candidacy (for president) appears on the Federal Elections Commission website. It was accepted by the FEC on September 11, 2016, FEC-1098470, Candidate ID P60022993. If elected, I plan, inter alia, a new type of Reconstruction for certain parts of the South, to protect the rights of African-Americans forgotten by the US Department of Justice.

A joint statement by the American Bar Association and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund addressing the "troubling and destabilizing loss of public confidence in the American criminal justice system" is enclosed as part of the Florida Bar complaint. Thank you.


Neil J. Gillespie, 8092 SW 115th Loop, Ocala, Florida 34481, Email:

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