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March 5 1973
Senator, Samuel J. Ervin Jr. Senate Office Building Washington D.C.
You have a copy for yourself and one for Rep. Harley O. Staggers. This citizen will brief you on the Attorney General in my next message.
Respectfully submitted [signature] Edward Clark Box 17289 South Chicago Station Chicago, Illinois 60617
Registered Mail. Return Receipt Requested. Enclosures.
Chicago, Illinois August 1, 1972
The Honorable Emanuel Celler Chairman, House Committee of the Judiciary Rayburn House Office Building, Suite 2137 Washington, D.C. 20515
You have in this file the Petition to Impeach the said Richard N. Nixon, President of the United States of America, with the supporting evidence.
Edward Clark Box 17289 South Chicago Station Chicago, Illinois 60617
Registered Mail 518531 dated August 2, 1972 Return Receipt Requested Enclosures: Three Petitions
Chicago, Illinois August 1, 1972
The following identified Exhibits as evidence in this Petition to Impeach:
Exhibit No. 1: News Item from Tribune re: Foran Political Pull. Exhibit No. 2: Dated January 11, 1967, re: Request for Assistance to Senator Percy, Ignored. Exhibit No. 3: The forty-six days in which Senator Percy Betrayed This Citizen. Exhibit No. 4: Item dated February 27, 1967, to Agent in Charge, United States Department of Justice, charging the said Percy with a common criminal conspiracy against this government. Exhibit No. 5: Petition to Impeach William J. Bauer. Exhibit No. 6: Petition to Impeach James R. Thompson. Exhibit No. 7: Petition to Impeach Richard A. Makarski
Registered Mail 518531 Dated August 2, 1972 Return Receipt Requested.
[signature] Edward Clark
Chicago, Illinois July 26, 1972
PETITION TO IMPEACH THE SAID RICHARD N. NIXON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Now comes Edward Clark, a citizen, of the City of Chicago, Illinois, whose post office address is Box 17289 South Chicago Station, Chicago, Illinois, 60617, and herein files this PETITION TO IMPEACH THE SAID RICHARD N. NIXON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ARTICLE I, SECTION 2, CL. 5 THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SHALL CHUSE THEIR SPEAKER AND OTHER OFFICERS AND SHALL HAVE SOLE POWERS OF IMPEACHMENT.
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ARTICLE II, SECTION 4 THE PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT AND ALL CIVIL OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES SHALL BE REMOVED FROM OFFICE ON IMPEACHMENT FOR, AND CONVICTION OF TREASON, BRIBERY, OR OTHER HIGH CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS.
That the said Edward Clark does believe at this time that he has the guaranteed right under the constitution of these United States to submit this PETITION TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
That the said Edward Clark believes that he has the legal obligation as a citizen to do this.
That the said Edward Clark states that he has the right to inform his government of crimes committed against the United States Government. QUOTE: "THE PRIVILEGE OF INFORMING THE GOVERNMENT OF VIOLATIONS OF ITS LAW IN QUARIES 158 U.S. 532," UNQUOTE.
That the said Edward Clark herein sets out the criminal acts of the said Richard N. Nixon, President of the United States of America.
That the criminal acts herein set out are a violation of the Federal Code and against the United States Government under Chapter 19.
That the said Edward Clark states that he has reasonable grounds to believe the evidence offered will support the written PETITION TO IMPEACH THE SAID RICHARD N. NIXON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Let us examine what the Federal Courts have said regarding the crime of conspiracy. QUOTE: "THOUGH CONSPIRACIES ARE RARELY PROVED BY DIRECT EVIDENCE THE PLAINTIFF, TO SUSTAIN ACTION UNDER COMPLAINT CHARGING CONSPIRACY, MUST OFFER SOME EVIDENCE, HOWEVER SLIGHT, OF FACT FROM WHICH REASONABLY MINDED PERSONS CAN DRAW INFERENCE OF THE CONSPIRACY ALLEGED." UNQUOTE
MORGAN VS SYLVESTER D.C.N.Y. 1954, affirmed 220 Def 2nd 758, Rehearing denied 76 S. Ct. 201. 350 U.S. 919 100 L.Ed. 805. The Exhibits offered provide the evidence.