Rodney Stich

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Rodney Stich (born April 11, 1923[1]) is an American author and former Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) investigator (1962–1968), claiming instances of corruption in the aviation industry.

Activism[edit]

According to Burnett's Conspiracy Encyclopedia, "his work led him to believe that there was major corruption at the heart of the aviation business".[2] His "whistle-blowing" campaign was carried out for over 30 years, in which he filed his own "federal actions" in courts throughout the United States. His book Unfriendly Skies (1968) led to a "tale of Job-like proportions in which Stich doggedly filed private lawsuits against the FAA and eventually lost his business, money, home, and ultimately his liberty."[2] In 1986 he was imprisoned for six months for contempt of court.[2]

Christopher Story's conspiracy journal, International Currency Review (ICR), considers that Stich was a pioneer in exposing the crimes committed by the United States government and their concealment. ICR compared the United States federal government actions against Stich to political repression in the Soviet Union.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

The website www.defraudingamerica.com carries a list of the books that Stich has authored. The page is titled Documentary Books by Professional Insiders On Worldwide Intrigue by U.S. Leaders[4]

  1. History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to 9/11
  2. Lockerbie to 9/11: Massive Fraud and Consequences
  3. Crimes of the FBI-DOJ, Mafia, and al Qaeda
  4. FBI, CIA, the Mob, and Treachery
  5. America's Housing and Financial Frauds
  6. Congress and Other Cesspools
  7. Iraq, Lies, Cover-Ups, and Consequences
  8. Blowback, 9/11, and Cover-Ups
  9. Japanese and U.S. World War II Plunder and Intrigue
  10. Defrauding America Volume One
  11. Defrauding America Volume Two
  12. Drugging America
  13. Explosive Secrets of Covert CIA Companies
  14. Lawyers and Judges: American Trojan Horses
  15. Subverting America: A Trojan Horse Legacy (Volume One)
  16. Subverting America: A Trojan Horse Legacy (Volume Two)
  17. Terrorism Against America: External & Internal Terrorists
  18. Those Ugly Americans: 20th and 21st Centuries
  19. Disavow: A CIA Saga of Betrayal
  20. David vs. Goliath: 9/11 and Other Tragedies

Citations in other works[edit]

Stich's Defrauding America has been used as a source by Kevin Phillips in his 11 weeks NYT best-seller American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush, in writing about Neil Bush and the Silverado Savings & Loan incident.[5] It is also quoted in The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Politics of Terror, authored by David Hoffman published by Feral House, in relation to the activities of American Navy Seal Robert Hunt.[6] Drugging America and Defrauding America are used as sources to establish a relationship between drug running and the CIA in Death Squads, and the War on Terror: U.S. Imperialism and Class Struggle in Colombia published by NYU Press.[7] An article in Ufra - Straight Tip a Utah Fire and Rescue Academy publication quotes Stich's Real Unfriendly Skies: a Saga of Corruption on airline safety issues with reference to the crash of United Airlines Flight 227.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stich, Rodney (2006). David Vs. Goliath: 9/11 and Other Tragedies. Silverpeak Enterprises, Inc. ISBN 978-0-932438-25-6. 
  2. ^ a b c Thom Burnett (November 2006). Conspiracy encyclopedia. Franz Steiner Verlag. p. 184. ISBN 978-1-84340-381-4. Retrieved 11 March 2012. 
  3. ^ International currency review. 2007. p. 112. Retrieved 11 March 2012. 
  4. ^ "Documentary Books by Professional Insiders On Worldwide Intrigue by U.S. Leaders". www.defraudingamerica.com. United States. Retrieved 11 March 2012. 
  5. ^ Schweizer, Peter (2004-03-30). "Kevin Phillips’s Politics of Deceit". National Review. Retrieved 24 June 2015. 
  6. ^ Hoffman, David (1998). The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Politics of Terror. Feral House. ISBN 0-922915-49-0. 
  7. ^ Oliver Villar; Drew Cottle (14 May 2014). Cocaine, Death Squads, and the War on Terror: U.S. Imperialism and Class Struggle in Colombia. NYU Press. pp. 40, 218, 231, 242. ISBN 978-1-58367-307-2. 
  8. ^ Lutz, Steve (2009-01-01). "R.I.P Orson Nebeker and The Crash of United 227" (PDF). Ufra - Straight Tip (Utah Fire and Rescue Academy) 10 (1): 41. Retrieved 2015-06-24.