Stop the 65 Project - UnEthical and UnAmerican
Attorneys who violate 501(c)(3) requirement for political neutrality

65 Project is an organization of Democrats who accuse Republican attorneys
of being unethical, while they hypocritically try to deprive defendants of an attorney.
It is not ethical to claim to be a "nonpartisan tax-exempt 501(c)(3)" while being partisan.

Following Biden’s stolen "election" of 2020, a group of Biggest Lie (that Biden won fairly) lawyers sought to disbar lawyers who investigated the obvious voter fraud.  They called themselves "The 65 Project" after the 65 law suits they opposed, having the chance to be fairly heard in court.  They try to usurp the role of a trial, judge, and jury.  They violate their oath to the U.S. Constitution, including the 6th Amendment - the right to assistance of counsel in a trial.


The 65 Project claims to be a "bipartisan", 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt, effort to protect democracy.  But these Big Lie protection lawyers bring fraudulent, frivolous, and malicious complaints to Bar Associations.  They have harassed over 50 attorneys who are defending clients they do not like, such as President Trump.  But it is not "unethical" for an attorney to defend his or her client or cause.     Join us on is a citizens advocacy project, sponsored by the Truth & Justice Foundation, to disbar lawyers who seek to disbar other lawyers for political purposes, depriving U.S. citizens from affordable legal representation.  We make counter-complaints to bar association against The 65 Project attorneys, giving them "a taste of their own medicine".  We encourage the victim attorneys to sue The 65 Project for tortious interference with business.

In the U.S. Justice System, even an accused murderer deserves an attorney, because he may well be innocent and falsely accused.  Cutting off access to attorneys serves no one in the American public, and is illegal and unAmerican.   This is recognized world wide.

International Commission of Jurists works to stop politically motivated prosecution and disbarment of lawyers, for example in Belarus.
"disciplinary proceedings against lawyers is highly worrying and it constitutes an attack on the independence of the legal profession."
“These disbarments have a significant chilling effect on work of the legal profession and undermine the ability of lawyers to defend human rights of their clients in accordance with international standards on the role of lawyers”

According to the United Nations Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers
16. Governments shall ensure that lawyers
(a) are able to perform all of their professional functions without intimidation, hindrance, harassment or improper interference;
(b) are able to travel and to consult with their clients freely both within their own country and abroad; and
(c) shall not suffer, or be threatened with, prosecution or administrative, economic or
other sanctions for any action taken in accordance with recognized professional duties,standards and ethics.

Politically Motivated Bar Discipline
James E. Moliterno, J.D. 
Professor of Law, William & Mary School of Law

"Even if unsuccessful, (politically motivated disbarment attempts) have done what political bar complainers have always done: embarrass, harass, and burden their target, and potentially deter others who would dare to take a position against them."
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Alan Dershowitz interviewed by Brian Kilmeade
Alan Dershowitz, J.D.
Professor of Law (retired)
Harvard Law School

"This is not to seek Justice it's to get Trump from running get Trump you can't do that.
He's going to have to get good lawyers.  He's going to have a hard time getting good lawyers because this Project 65 has threatened every lawyer who ever represented Trump with bringing bar charges.  And when I said that I would represent anybody free who had a bar charge against them by Project 65, what do you think Project 65 did?  They filed the bar charge against me!
And they're doing it against everybody.  And I've had three lawyers in the last couple of days call me and say they were asked to defend Trump and they won't do it they won't do it because they're frightened for their bar licenses. So this Project 65 has to be investigated and has to be put out of business."

Rather than arguing the case in court, with witnesses and evidence, 65 Project targets attorneys extra-judicially, to try to intimidate them into not handling the case.

Lawyers take an oath to stand as officers of the court, bound by a code of conduct and ethical requirements that do not apply to the public more broadly.

65 Project falsely claims 501(c) (3) status which prohibits tax-exempt non-profits from engaging in political activities.
Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.

65 Project expects Republican tax payers to subsidize their schemes?

Lawyers who should be disbarred and ashamed of themselves
as enemies of the Rule of Law, Equal Justice, and Democracy

Advisory Board - giving bad advice - subverting Equal Justice Under Law

Photo Info from public sources 65 Project Description
Chief Justice
Christine Durham


Utah Bar

(650) 461-5346

American Bar Association


Christine Durham retired from the Utah Supreme Court in 2017, after serving for 35 years, and as Chief Justice and Chair of the Utah Judicial Council from 2002 to 2012. She currently co-chairs Utah’s Coordinating Committee on Access to Justice and the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion, and consults on appellate issues. Before joining the Supreme Court she served on the state trial court after a number of years in private practice. She received her A.B. with honors from Wellesley College and a J.D. from Duke University, where she is an emeritus member of the Board of Trustees. She is Past-President of the Conference of Chief Justices of the United States, and also past-chair of the American Bar Association’s Council on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, the entity that accredits American law schools.
Roberta Cooper Ramo


New Mexico

Roberta Cooper Ramo is a member of the New Mexico Bar. She was the first woman elected as President of the American Bar Association, the first woman elected as President of the American Law Institute, and is the only person to have served as both. She served as president of the American Bar Association, the largest nationwide organization of attorneys, from 1995 to 1996. She served as president of The American Law Institute from 2008 to 2017, and as ALI’s Chair until 2021. She has a B.A. magna cum laude from the University of Colorado, a J.D. from the University of Chicago law school, and five honorary degrees. In 2015, Ms. Ramo received the American Bar Association’s highest award, the ABA Medal.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and the American Bar Foundation. Roberta Cooper Ramo was appointed by the United States Senate nominated by Democrats and served as co-chair of a committee to review governance issues of the U.S. Olympic Committee in 2003. She is an honorary member of the Bar of England and Wales, and of Gray’s Inn.
Renee Snake Jefferson


Renee Knake Jefferson holds the Doherty Chair in Legal Ethics at the University of Houston where she teaches constitutional law, professional responsibility, and a seminar on gender, power, law and leadership. She also is a member of the Michigan State University Board of Trustees, appointed by Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer in the wake of the Nassar sex abuse scandal. She is an award-winning author of four books and numerous academic articles, including the Yale Law Journal Forum essay Lawyer Lies and Political Speech, and has testified before Congress and the federal judiciary about ethics reform.  She was elected to the American Law Institute in 2017, and was named a fellow of the American Bar Foundation in 2016. She is a past-Chair for the Association of American Law Schools Section (“AALS”) on Professional Responsibility. She was appointed as the Reporter for the American Bar Association Presidential Commission on the Future of Legal Services from 2014-16. 
Paul S. Rosenzweig


DC Bar

Business address
333 8th St. SE, Apt 406
Washington, DC 20003



Paul Rosenzweig is the founder of Red Branch Consulting PLLC, a homeland security consulting company. He is also a Senior Advisor to The Chertoff Group. Mr. Rosenzweig formerly served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security under Democrat Obama. He is a Professorial Lecturer in Law at George Washington University, and a Senior Fellow in the Tech, Law & Security Program at the American University, Washington College of Law. He serves as an advisor to and former member of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security, and a Contributing Editor of the Lawfare blog. He is a member of the ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force and of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Advisory Committee on Admissions and Grievances. He serves, as well, as a Hearing Committee Member of the District of Columbia Board of Professional Responsibility. In 2011 he was a Carnegie Fellow in National Security Journalism at the Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University.

Mr. Rosenzweig is a cum laude graduate of the University of Chicago Law School. He has an M.S. in Chemical Oceanography from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego and a B.A from Haverford College. Following graduation from law school he served as a law clerk to the Honorable R. Lanier Anderson, III of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He is the author of Cyber Warfare: How Conflicts in Cyberspace are Challenging America and Changing the World and of three video lecture series from The Great Courses, Thinking About Cybersecurity: From Cyber Crime to Cyber Warfare; The Surveillance State: Big Data, Freedom, and You; and Investigating American Presidents. He is the co-author (with James Jay Carafano) of Winning the Long War: Lessons from the Cold War for Defeating Terrorism and Preserving Freedom and co-editor (with Jill D. Rhodes and Robert S. Litt) of the Cybersecurity Handbook (3rd ed.). He is also co-editor (with Timothy McNulty and Ellen Shearer) of two books, Whistleblowers, Leaks and the Media: The First Amendment and National Security, and National Security Law in the News: A Guide for Journalists, Scholars, and Policymakers. Mr. Rosenzweig is a member of the Literary Society of Washington.

Stuart M. Gerson


DC Bar


2/9/1968 admit

Attorney Stuart Gerson’s respected trial and appellate skills and power of persuasion help him successfully represent health care, life sciences, and financial services clients in high-stakes civil and criminal matters nationwide.

Stuart has extensive experience litigating cases involving the cybersecurity of health care information, trade secrets, and other confidential data as well as civil and criminal fraud issues, particularly under the federal False Claims Act. He also defends various antitrust and securities matters for clients in the health care and financial sectors.
Stuart was appointed Acting Attorney General of the United States during the early (Democrat) Clinton administration, after having served as President G.H.W. Bush’s appointee as Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ). He has also served as an advisor to several presidents.

Team of Traitors

Michael Teter
Managing Director


Since graduating from Yale Law School, Michael has focused his career on political law, civil rights, and employment law. Prior to taking on the role as Managing Director, he was general counsel at a national advocacy organization dedicated to expanding ballot access (to illegals), served as an assistant attorney general for the state of Utah, and was on the faculties of several institutions of higher education, teaching constitutional law, administrative law, statutory interpretation, and election law.
Melissa Moss
Senior Advisor


Melissa is President of Moss Advisors and a veteran political strategist with over three decades of experience in public affairs. Melissa was the founder of Law Works, a bipartisan nonprofit dedicated to supporting and protecting the Mueller Investigation. Prior to forming Moss Advisors, Melissa was a Senior Vice President at Capital Guardian Trust Company and was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Consumer Network. She served as a political appointee in the Clinton Administration and was the Finance Director of the Democratic National Committee and the first National Field Director of the Democratic Leadership Council. She also graduated UCLA and The Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
David Brock
Senior Advisor


David Brock is a Democratic activist and widely published author. In 2004, Brock founded Media Matters for America, the nation’s premiere progressive media watchdog group. Following the 2010 elections, Brock founded the Super PAC American Bridge, which does opposition research and paid media campaigns to help elect Democrats. Brock serves as chairman of both organizations. In 2015, Brock became the proprietor of the progressive news site The American Independent. Brock is a New York Times best-selling author. Among his books are the memoir Blinded by the Right: The Conscience of an Ex-Conservative, Killing the Messenger: The Right Wing Plot to Hijack Your Government, The Republican Noise Machine and The Fox Effect. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, Huffington Post, Daily Beast, NBC Think, and Salon. POLITICO named Brock one of the “30 Most Powerful People in Trump’s DC.”
Eddie Vale
Communications Strategist


Eddie Vale is a partner at New Paradigm Strategy group and a veteran of Democratic and progressive political and legislative campaigns with an expertise in communications.
Before joining NP, Eddie was Vice President of the opposition research and communications super PAC American Bridge, where he oversaw a staff of nearly 100 with a $7 million annual budget working on federal and state elections and issue campaigns. Eddie has extensive experience planning and implementing concurrent national and state strategies having worked on four presidential independent expenditures, the Protect Your Care defense of the Affordable Care Act campaign, and the Democrat John Edwards for President campaign. Eddie is also a veteran of the labor movement having overseen communications for the AFL-CIO, the labor Super PAC Workers Voice, and Richard Trumka’s campaign for AFL-CIO President. Eddie has also done communications for Senate, Governor, and Congressional races.
Rollin King


Rollin King is a researcher with the 65 Project. Joining in early 2022, Rollin works diligently to find facts, evidence, and context to support the Project’s efforts. Born and raised in South Texas, Rollin is a recent graduate of Dickinson College with B.A. in Philosophy concentrated in ethical theory. Prior to beginning his legal career with the 65 Project, Rollin was engaged as a professional chef, trained in the French, eclectic style.
Naji Thompson


Naji Thompson currently serves as a Researcher at 65 Project. Previously, she worked with The Bonner Group as an Account Assistant helping nonprofits reach their fundraising goals. Her main client, The Collective PAC, serves Black candidates and voters. Helping find funding for their programming ignited her interest in the democratic process and working with underserved communities. Naji graduated cum laude from Dickinson College in 2019 where she studied Africana Studies and anthropology. On campus, she worked in the admission office as a student-interviewer and interned with the Dickinson and Slavery Project. At Dickinson she fostered a passion for impactful research and community building. She has rounded out her education internationally, living and studying in three countries. Most recently, Naji lived in Costa Rica working as a Girls Leadership Academy for Service and Sport (GLASS) Mentor designing a service-based leadership program for high school athletes and volunteering in the local community.

False claim of 501(c) status which prohibits tax-exempt non-profits from engaging in political activities.

"The 65 Project is a tax exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Federal Tax ID 46-3009324."

Political Campaign Restriction 501(c)(3) Violation

Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited
from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign
on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.

Please print, sign, and send Form 13909 and Form 3949-A

The Internal Revenue Service laws are:

Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Contributions to political campaign funds or public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity.  Violating this prohibition may result in denial or revocation of tax-exempt status and the imposition of certain excise taxes.

65 Project expects Republican tax payers to subsidize their schemes?

Complaint to Senator Chuck Grassley, Judiciary Committee

The 65 Project claims to be a bipartisan, non-profit, tax-exempt, effort to protect
democracy. But these Big Lie Protection Lawyers bring fraudulent and malicious complaints
to Bar Associations. They harass attorneys who are defending clients they do not like,
especially President Trump. They make attorneys afraid to represent him.
They are mostly attorneys and should know better than to try to make it harder for citizens
to get legal representation in court. As attorneys and even a judge, they violate their
Constitutional Oath, and the Ethics of the American Bar Association.
Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely
prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political
campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.
Their web site:
Our web site for exposing them is: 65Project.US

We ask for Whistle blower protection from retaliation from the 65 Project
which would be an additional reason for their disbarment.

Complaints to the American Bar Association
Rule 8.4 Misconduct

[1] Lawyers are subject to discipline when they violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct,

[3] Discrimination and harassment by lawyers in violation of paragraph (g) undermine confidence in the legal profession and the legal system.

"Ethics Complaints" made (hypocritically) by 65 Project
mostly targeting 52 attorneys, mostly Republican

Truth & Justice Complaint Letters against:

Christine Durham
Roberta Cooper Ramo
Renee Snake Jefferson
Paul Rosenzweig 
DC Bar
Stuart Gerson
DC Bar
Michael Teter
Melissa Moss
David Brock

DC Bar Association

Maryland Bar Association


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