Bret Landrith vs $1.3 Trillion Dollar Bush Hospital Supply Frauds

Bret Landrith vs $1.3 Trillion Dollar Bush Hospital Supply Frauds


Breaking News Monday December 7, 2009

By Stew Webb

Federal Whistleblower

18U.S.C. 4 Federal Report Crime Act Notice:


Bret D. Landrith is an attorney who was disbarred because he represented the only challenge to the Novation LLC hospital cartel by filing a lawsuit against a bank in October 2002 to prevent the bank from using the USA PATRIOT Act as a pretext to break a contract to provide Medical Supply Chain, Inc. escrow accounts for the financing already raised by Medical Supply Chain, Inc. to enter the nationwide market for hospital supplies monopolized by Novation LLC[1]. Novation LLC’s partner General Electric’s Jeffry Immelt and Jack Welch[2] knew the then 1.3 trillion dollar supply market could not be controlled by the cartel if an Internet based neutral marketplace allowed the thousands of suppliers to sell directly to hospitals. Jack Welch, Jeffry Immelt and Novation LLC ‘s owners VHA, Inc. and UHC had planned to replace Novation LLC with their own exchange GHX and continue the monopoly control. They had bought or shut down all competing Internet marketplaces except Neoforma, Inc. which they pumped on NASDAQ to $900 million including Novation LLC member hospital money and then dumped. When Landrith’s litigation got close to being able to obtain Neoforma’s business records in discovery, GE had to take Neoforma private.  

The bank was defended by an incompetent law firm that had close relations with the trial court judge, US District of Kansas Judge Carlos Murguia. Judge James P. O’Hara, the Magistrate on some of the litigation was a controlling partner of the law firm. Judge Carlos Murguia repeatedly denied temporary restraining orders against the bank to keep it from breaking the contract to protect the Novation LLC monopoly. US Senate antitrust hearings on Novation LLC had testimony that medical supply manufacturers could not get venture capital or financing because of the Novation LLC monopoly over hospitals.[3] The day before these hearings in September 2004[4], the Assistant US Attorney and Criminal Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the N. Dist of Texas, Shannon Ross[5] who had signed the Novation LLC criminal subpoenas was found dead in her home. The death was on the Monday following the NY Times article revealing the subpoenas had been issued. The Chief Medicare prosecutor for the N. District of Texas, Thelma Louise Quince Colbert was found dead in her home 55 days earlier.[6]

The monopolization case against the Novation LLC cartel could be easily proven because the medical supply manufacturers that paid kickbacks to Novation for access to hospitals used the illegal contracts in press releases related to their publicly traded stock investors.

To stop Landrith who had just graduated from law school and was 42 yrs. old, established corrupt Kansas attorneys were able to network with Judge Carlos Murguia to get Landrith disbarred on a pretext for Landrith representing James L. Bolden on a civil rights case against the City of Topeka and David Martin Price, an American Indian witness of Bolden’s on the theft and misuse of HUD funds.

Magistrate James P. O’Hara wrote the pretrial order that was used by the City attorney Sherrie Price as a basis to make an ethics complaint used by the State of Kansas to disbar Landrith. Landrith prevailed against the pretrial order of Magistrate James P. O’Hara and overturned Kansas District Judge Kathryn Vratil on appeal in the Tenth Circuit, after he was disbarred and even though the Kansas District Court had repeatedly obstructed the appeal and the State of Kansas had suspended Landrith prior to the disbarment so he could not argue Bolden’s case in the Tenth Circuit. [7]

David Martin Price who was an outspoken critic of the city official’s embezzlement of HUD funds retained Landrith to represent him pro bono in an appeal of the parental termination over Price’s infant son Baby C who was kidnapped and sold by the Kansas adoption attorney Austin K. Vincent. Landrith was disbarred because he asked before Price’s appeal for the interstate compact protection against child trafficking and the original adoption petition Austin K. Vincent had used to fraudulently transport the infant across state lines before the natural father’s rights were terminated.

David Martin Price was also the witness the Northern District of Illinois Judges Eugene R. Wedoff and Judges Mark R. Filip that caused Wedoff to step down as Chief Bankruptcy Judge and Mark R. Filip to resign. Wedoff had been caught in the original Greylord judicial corruption sting and had to give evidence of the current corruption and judges that were involved when David Martin Price testified[8] and Price’s witness US Mediation Services Commissioner Sidney J. Perceful who discovered the $39 Million dollar McCook Metals bankruptcy bribery fund after Landrith sent her to help David Martin Price and the former CEO of McCook Metals. [9] McCook was fraudulently forced into bankruptcy so Alcoa, GE, Dick Cheney and Henry Paulson could take its Department of Defense contracts and aerospace patents.

  Former Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey then made Filip Deputy Attorney General to protect the Bush Administration against whistle blowers and to continue his predecessor Paul J. McNulty’s role of preventing US Attorneys from going after large corporations including General Electric, Alcoa, Neoforma, Inc. and Novation LLC that were also benefiting from the judicial branch corruption. 

The Kansas Supreme Court dismissed the contempt proceeding against David Martin Price for helping an 80 yr old lay minister Eldon Ray who was being prosecuted administratively for ordering rafters for his church. The Kansas AG refilled the same charges a week after David Martin Price filed an injunction[10] against Judge Vratil and the Kansas District Court to allow Landrith to represent him against the Kansas SRS in a class action.

Judge Vratil assigned her own case to the fellow George H. W. Bush appointed judge, the Eighth Circuit Western District of Missouri Court Chief Judge Fernando J. Gaitan of neighboring Kansas City, Missouri that had dismissed Landrith’s former Medical Supply Chain client Samuel K. Lipari’s RICO lawsuit detailing the Novation LLC  and General Electric obstruction of justice[11] in Kansas District Court and the unlawful disbarment of Landrith to prevent him from representing Medical Supply Chain and the roles of corrupt Kansas officials in interfering with Lipari’s witness David Martin Price and potential replacement attorneys including James Wirken and Donna Huffman.

David Martin Price has been jailed indefinitely[12] on criminal contempt even though criminal contempt is unavailable in an administrative proceeding. No Kansas ethics rule applied to David Martin Price who was never a lawyer. The Kansas Supreme Court held a hearing while Price had the case removed to federal jurisdiction and while his remand was suspended and being reviewed by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals[13].  Judge Carlos Murguia refused to grant David Martin Price Habeas Corpus despite the lack of state jurisdiction and the constitutional violations. 

Before Price was jailed, Judge Fernando J. Gaitan did not allow David Martin Price’s injunction to be served to Attorney General Eric Holder and denied Price’s informa pauperis status saying the injunction was frivolous. Price file a reconsideration showing Fernando J. Gaitan was violating current US Supreme Court law in dismissing the injunction as frivolous and in being on the case at the direction of the defendants who cannot choose their own judge. Judge Fernando J. Gaitan denied the reconsideration and Price filed an appeal and a brief before being jailed.

In jail, the Kansas State Courts have repeatedly interfered with David Martin Price’s legal mail, causing him to be late with a brief for his Habeas Corpus appeal. The Tenth Circuit now has an audio recording of the head of the Shawnee County Jail explaining Price’s mail is being intercepted by the Shawnee County Court. Other prisoners who criticized the Kansas State Courts are experiencing the same interference and a US Postal Service Inspector investigation of public corruption in the Kansas State courts has commenced.

Judge Fernando J. Gaitan was upheld in his dismissal of Lipari’s RICO case over the disbarment of Landrith by the Eighth Circuit[14] and on the same day, Stew Webb’s injunction case against Judge Vratyl and the Kansas District Court was reassigned to Judge Fernando J. Gaitan from a Kansas District judge who had sealed the case preventing Stew Webb from electronically filing the evidence that Landrith was disbarred to cover up the crimes against Medical Supply Chain, its CEO Samuel K. Lipari and their witness David Martin Price and James L. Bolden.

The Kansas District Court cannot reciprocally disbar Landrith if his Due Process was violated in the State of Kansas disbarment. The Kansas District Court Judges Judge James P. O’Hara committed perjury under oath at Landrith’s disbarment hearing.

The report of the disbarment tribunal attorneys where O’Hara was previously a disciplinary attorney for the State of Kansas falsely says Landrith failed to cite evidence in David Martin Price’s appeal when he cited to the record over sixty times. Kansas District Court Judge Kathryn H. Vratil who made no rulings delaying the opportunity to obtain discovery on the defendants’ participation in the wrongful disbarment of Landrith for almost a year. Judge Kathryn H. Vratil then participated in an ex parte discussion on the day of the disbarment oral argument with personnel and justices of the Kansas Supreme Court, disparaging Landrith without his knowledge or opportunity to question Kansas District Court Judge Kathryn H. Vratil’s testimony in conduct designed to cause Medical Supply’s counsel to be disbarred without due process.

Kansas District Court Judge Kathryn H. Vratil then removed herself from the case on October 20, 2005 minutes before the Kansas Supreme Court justices heard Landrith’s oral argument. Landrith’s Medical Supply Case case was then transferred to Kansas District Court Judge Carlos Murguia where he took no action for many months until immediately after Medical Supply’s counsel was reciprocally disbarred by the Kansas District Court[15] when Judge Murguia then dismissed it and threatened sanctions if anyone helped Lipari continue the litigation.











[7] The decision Bolden v. City of Topeka. 441 F.3d 1129 (10th Cir. 2006) reinvigorated 42 USC Sec. 1981 as a cause of action against government discrimination and real estate takings in Bolden v. City of Topeka. 441 F.3d 1129 (10th Cir. 2006). The decision has been favorably cited by the Sixth Circuit in Coles v. Granville Case No. 05-3342 (6th Cir. May 22, 2006).