ABORTION INDUSTRY IN MELBOURNE, FLORIDA
RANEY V AWARE WOMAN
DOCKET / CHRONOLOGICAL FILE
Plaintiff letter to US Attorney General, 8/21/98
CHRISTOPHER F. SAPP
Attorney at Law
Post Office Box 1012
Lehigh Acres, Florida 33970
August 21, 1998
The Honorable Janet Reno
Attorney General of the
United States of America
10th and Constitution
Washington, D.C. 20530-0001
Re: Raney v. Aware Woman
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
Case Number 97-1197-CV-ORL- 19B
Dear Attorney General Reno,
On April 24, 1998, I wrote to you seeking the involvement of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice in the above-referenced matter. In July, I received a reply from Pamela K. Chen, Esquire, asking for more information about the case.
The entire case, as developed so far, can be viewed in the Clerk's office of the District Court in Orlando, Florida. Already it is voluminous. However, the Clerk or a deputy, I feel sure, would gladly send you any copies that you wish. Also, it is my understanding that one or more U.S. Marshals are witnesses and will have presumably made complete reports of these offenses.
Many of my colleagues have suggested that the Department of Justice is only interested in exercising its legal muscle on behalf of those who promote the practice of human abortion. I, on the other hand, have been more idealistic - believing that our government would uniformly work to uphold and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States, without discrimination based on the viewpoint expressed by a particular party.
My client, Meredith T. Raney, Jr., is suing under 18 U.S.C. § 248 because his rights under this law have been violated. Accordingly, I would appreciate your expedited review of this matter. I expect that once this review is complete that your assistance will be forthcoming: I look forward to hearing from you.
Christopher F. Sapp <signed>
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