From: JONATHAN PETERSON
To: info, Todd Weiler, uag, jonathan.laguna, paul.cassell, kevin_worthen, noyce,
Subject: Do something to honor your oath of offices.FW: I can help correct unlawful behaviors accepted as necessary. Try to make yourself sign the survey, either choice and send it to me. You need my help, and I offer it.
Date: 3/21/2014 4:59:25 PM
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From: jlp1997@msn.com
To: anne.kiefer@americanbar.org; angela.petro@americanbar.org; national@washpost.com
Subject: I can help correct unlawful behaviors accepted as necessary. Try to make yourself sign the survey, either choice and send it to me. You need my help, and I offer it.
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 22:29:16 +0000

Dear Ms. Anne Kiefer, Director and associates:
Phone: 202.662.1690

I have clear proof that ethics violations are being done right now. And I have created a survey for public officials under oath to prove this to you or any other citizens that are officers of the court. Not one of hundreds of professors, bar members, elected officials and others can make themselves state their beliefs. And it is an straight forward question.
I have 3 years of human behavior research to teach why none of you have honored your oaths, and it is clear that instinct's power over personal actions is to blame, for the most part.
Please let me come to the main office and hold a debate with staff and other experts so the corrective actions can have a beginning.
Doing this will not endanger status quo operations, it will ensure lawful government is protected and justified under constitutional law.
sincerely,
Jonathan L. Peterson   research scientist.
Behavior Research for Humanity LLC.
3670 Red Maple Rd. (765e.)
Salt Lake City, UT 84106   208-650-1346
 

Dear Governor Gary R. Herbert, Utah Senate, Utah House and  Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes:
The question is simple and straight forward:
Is the act of giving or receiving gifts or promises with the intent to influence a public official unlawful?
Answer the 1 question survey and honor your oath of office. Please return survey to me?
If intent is provable beyond any reasonable doubt: then such practices must be prosecuted, bribery is a crime against our citizen membership.
  Gross misconduct and ethics violations are the least of the charges that should and must be fully investigated/prosecuted by those having authority over such inexcusable behaviors as to accepting or supporting bribery. Bribery is unlawful. The law of bribery is an act against citizen voter equality. Equality of voter powers is the cornerstone of our democracy under a constitution.
We have been silent, those of us who are under constitutional oath of office. Never again can we allow our rules of conduct to be openly violated without voicing our objection in the most vigorous  ways at our disposal. We are citizens of the United States of America and by law, constitutional law, must defend each other's rights to the fullest extent available, within the laws we swore to uphold. Sincerely,
Jonathan L. Peterson
Behavior Research for Humanity LLC.
3670 Red Maple Rd. (765e.)
Salt Lake City, UT 84106   208-650-1346 ph    (or P.O. Box 802, SLC,UT 84101)    jlp1997@msn.com
I am a public official under oath(or may become one) and must have an opinion about the use of money or promises to influence any public official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties.
I agree that corporate political contributions are not lawful and violate state and federal bribery statutes because of "corporate mission laws" that protect share holders funds (from fraud/embezzlement); funds must  be spent on profit, potential profit or humanitarian expenditures only. So intent cannot be freedom of speech but seeking influence for profit.
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If you believe that corporate contributions are lawful: Sign down here instead:
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BRIBERY:  The offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties.....................unlawful by constitutional Equality Under All Laws..      (created Feb. 14, 2014)