EXPOSE CUOMO: CLASS E FELONY CHARGES OF CRIMINALLY NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE VERSUS ANDREW CUOMO

[I like the idea of whites going on the attack. We are always victims, always retreating, always on the defensive. It is not good. I like the idea of whites going on the attack and going after our enemies. We need to begin using every means of getting our viewpoint across and pushing forward. This is the only way. Sitting and waiting for victory to fall into your lap is not the way to do things. We must be aggressive and we must push our agenda forward BY HOOK OR BY CROOK!!! Jan]

MEMO
NYS SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
JULY 31, 2020

RE: CLASS E FELONY CHARGES OF CRIMINALLY NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE
VERSUS ANDREW CUOMO

Probable cause against Andrew Cuomo, for criminally negligent homicide, can be had
through admissible hearsay government documents:

1) The March 25, 2020 NYS Health Dept. order required nursing homes to receive hospital
patients that carried COVID-19; and prevented nursing homes from COVID-TESTING to
properly manage and isolate such patients. This amounts to negligence.

2) The July 6, 2020 NYS Health Dept. report reported 6326 fatalities some, of which, are
admittedly COVID-19 FATALITIES.

If there were no fatalities, there would be no basis for probable cause. That there WERE
fatalities creates probable cause FOR criminally negligent homicide (New York Penal
Law § 125.10)

I wish to make you and the rest of the NYS Legislature aware of this possibility. Eliot
Spitzer had to leave office over prostitution. By comparison, Andrew Cuomo’s political
situation is fatal with the first mention of criminally negligent homicide in the media.

I encourage the Senate and Assembly to distance themselves from Andrew Cuomo to avoid
the perception of being accessories after fact, or of being parties to a coverup.

One way to solve this crisis is let the New York State Board of Trustees (NYBOT) handle
the issue, since it is not being handled, adequately, by anyone else. In recent times, every
key NYS political post has been hit with forced resignations: Sol Wachtler, Anthony
Weiner, Eliot Spitzer, Sheldon Silver, Eric Schneiderman, Joe Bruno. It is time to recognize
the need for a NYS Board of Trustees. Fortunately, we do have a NYS Board of Trustees.
Enclosed is a WRIT OF REGIME CHANGE that I submitted to the NYS Police on June
3, 2020 creating the New York State Board of Trustees under my Tenth Amendment rights.
NYBOT exists. It exists unless specifically outlawed by the Legislature.

I urge Legislative cooperation with the New York State Board of Trustees by resolution.

LORENZ KRAUS CHAIRMAN NYS BOARD OF TRUSTEES
LK@popularpivot.comMEMO
NYS SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
JULY 31, 2020
SAMPLE RESOLUTION TO COOPERATE WITH THE NEW YORK STATE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES AS A CO-EQUAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT
The New York State Legislature recognizes the need for a permanent institution to
assure self-government.
The New York State Legislature acknowledges that:
a. The New York Board of Trustees is effective as a co-equal branch of New
York State government through its WRIT OF REGIME CHANGE.
b. The New York State Board of Trustees shall stand as a co-equal branch of
New York State government unless specifically outlawed as a co-equal
branch of government by a subsequent New York State Legislature.
c. The New York State Legislature understands that the New York State Board
of Trustees is trusted to assure self-government and that it has all powers
necessary to assure self-government.
d. The Founding Chairman is Lorenz Kraus whose sole term shall expire
within ten years. Additional trustees shall be added at the request of the
Chairman with the approval and consent of the Legislature.
The Legislature pledges cooperation with the New York State Board of Trustees.

LORENZ KRAUS CHAIRMAN NYS BOARD OF TRUSTEES
References: WRIT OF REGIME CHANGE
http://popularpivot.com/application/files/5015/9113/1943/writ_of_regime_change_NYS_001.pdf
LK@popularpivot.comMEMO
NYS SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
JULY 31, 2020
LEGITIMACY OF A RESOLUTION TO COOPERATE WITH THE NEW YORK
STATE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AS A CO-EQUAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT
Thomas Jefferson established that the constitution is not a suicide pact; we can,
by right, alter our form of government out of compelling necessity. “The laws of
necessity, of self-preservation, of saving our country when in danger, [such as
from British subversion] are of higher obligation,” than legality. The law is what is
best for the community. What sustains the community is the law. What does not
sustain the community is not sustainable. By this reasoning, we restrict change to
what sustains us. Thus, faux regimes yield to the law. Legalism yields to law.
The NYS Board of Trustees uses the term popular pivot for unconventional regime
change, accepted after the fact. Moving from the Articles of Confederation to the
Constitution is a prime example of a popular pivot—after the fact popular
constitutional change outside of constitutional strictures. The Confederate effort
of secession was not sufficiently popular, after the fact, and failed.
Change by popular pivot exists in US history, as recently as, New York (2020):
“The emergency powers provided to the governor were always intended to be
temporary… the time has come for state government to return to its basic
principle of representative democracy,” said Sen. Barclay.
The public would be surprised that the Legislature abandoned representative
democracy. Sen. Barclay supports legislation to “restore the Legislature’s
authority as a co-equal branch of government.” Again, the public would be
shocked that a branch of government did away with itself, as a co-equal branch of
government, even temporarily.
If the legislature can cut off a branch of government, it also can accede to and
cooperate with the Board of Trustees as a new co-equal branch, out of
compelling necessity. That NYBOT can be dissolved by a future Legislature
provides the after the fact test of long-term popular approval.

LORENZ KRAUS CHAIRMAN NYS BOARD OF TRUSTEES
LK

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