September 29, 2021
This timeline is extracted from a larger one, contains most of the relevant major dates, events, entities and legislation for the COVID-19 enterprise fraud construct, and contains links to the sourced and cited work in evidence. The search function can help to sift those articles.
It is sourced with original work that includes links to cited sources.
It is a COVID linear chronology with the purpose of demonstrating evidenced events and patterns of events.
It will continue to be updated over time.
There is a foundational Moonshine position that no one else identified or references accurately. It should shape your interpretation of the sequence of what follows. It’s that impeachment was a false flag construct with a paralleling objective to serve as a deflection point away from the ushering-in of the COVID-19 construct. In other words, impeachment served to veil COVID-19 by distraction until the “pandemic” could take hold. Or, in other words, look here not there.
Timeline & Updates
First edition: 29 Sep 21
Second edition: 07 Nov 21
Last update: 24 May 22
RICO, the CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE and ENTERPRISE FRAUD
RICO: From Cornell Law,
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO): A federal law providing for extended criminal penalties and a civil cause of action for acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization.Cornell Law
From the U.S. Office of Justice Programs,
RICO is Title IX of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970, although it has broad application beyond the context of organized crime, because Congress mandated that RICO “be liberally construed to effectuate its remedial purposes.” The U.S. Supreme Court has held that RICO may be applied to legitimate businesses and to enterprises without a profit motive. To prosecute a defendant under RICO, the government must prove that the defendant, through the commission of two or more acts that constitute a pattern of racketeering activity, directly or indirectly invested in, maintained an interest in, or participated in an enterprise, the activities of which affected interstate or foreign commerce. Courts have found that public entities and governmental agencies, as well as private entities, can constitute RICO enterprises. Also, a combination of different entities can constitute an enterprise within the meaning of RICO. In discussing defenses to RICO, the article assesses the results when one or more underlying predicate acts that supports a RICO offense is invalidated, the statute of limitations for criminal and civil RICO violations, a defendant’s withdrawal from a conspiracy as a defense, preemption challenges to RICO, challenges based on the “primary jurisdiction” or “horizontal preemption” defense, and defense approaches that use a “reverse vertical preemption” theory. Constitutional challenges to RICO are also considered. Following a review of the criminal and civil penalties under RICO, an overview of recent developments in the RICO statute focuses on protests, tobacco litigation, health care fraud, divorce, and police misconduct.U.S. Office of Justice Programs
RACKETEERING: From Cornell Law,
Set of illegal activities aimed at commercial profit that may be disguised as legitimate business deals. Common examples include fraud, extortion, bribery, and actual or threatened violence.Cornell Law
FALSE STATEMENTS and FALSE CLAIMS: From the U.S. Office of Justice Programs,
Section 1001 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code is a broad and frequently used statute that criminalizes making false statements to an agency of the U.S. Government. Title 18 also contains several more specific false statement statutes that focus on specific contexts in which false statements are made, such as to influence loan and credit applications. Prosecutors prefer using Section 1001, because they can enforce it either alone or in association with more specific statutes. […] Congress enacted the first False Claims Act in 1863 to combat rampant fraud and corruption in the sale of supplies and provisions to the Union Army during the Civil War, and over the years it has been used periodically to protect Federal funds and property from fraudulent claims. Since 1986, when a series of amendments were made to target fraud in the defense industry, the False Claims Act has been used in virtually every area in which Federal money is spent. Under Section 287 it is illegal to present a false, fictitious, or fraudulent claim to the Federal Government.U.S. Office of Justice Programs
CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE: According to U.S. RICO statute and the legal definitions therein an,
“Enterprise” includes any individual, partnership, corporation, association, or other legal entity, and any union or group of individuals associated in fact although not a legal entity.Cornell Law
ENTERPRISE FRAUD: A generic term describing a criminal enterprise engaged in committing fraud that is prosecutable under RICO statue.