Fund U.S. District Court Complaint on Homeland

In order to raise fees due in District Court to file a complaint for relief from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Church Publishing has created a new fund where donations are deposited in a reference account earmarked to pay for filing, process service, and materials here.

Donate anywhere from $10 to 200 dollars.  This remittance stub contains a window advocates key-in any donation amounts before entering their credit and billing information.  Church is considering coding a page for this website listing collections and expenditure.  Transfer funds now, or continue reading a detailed history of this case against Homeland Security.

Church Publishing filed a formal Freedom of Information Act request to The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis August 11, 2014.  Twenty days later this request was acknowledge and assigned identifier 2014-IAFO-0246. Continue reading

Freedom of Information

To complete Church Publishing’s October 2014 White Paper on Security the company gathered facts from over 200 print, electronic, and/or converted sources including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s fiscal year ’14 and ’15 “Budget-in-Brief(s),” both listing dissemination of DHS Pursuit Cables as accomplishments. In fact, dating to at least FY 2012 DHS‘s Analysis and Operations Office of Intelligence (I&A) authored information to share with U.S. law-enforcement and a blanket “Intelligence Community.” Yet in promoting accomplishments for FY13, the Department of Homeland Security called these Pursuit Lead Cables. More to the point, search for definition of Pursuit Lead Cable yielded no existence of their process so Church Publishing filed a Freedom of Information request.

In order to acquire greater knowledge of what this organization’s 302-309 million discretionary dollars were being apportioned for the Company delayed production of “White Paper on Security” before determining whether Homeland Security realizes redundant public safety missions at comparable cost to U.S. taxpayers. But emails and telephone calls to the Department’s media inquiry line netted no substantial reply until the Company filed a formal Freedom of Information Act request detailing information sought defining “Pursuit Lead Cable.” Continue reading