Credit: University of Colorado Hospital via Frank & Salahuddin Attorneys
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A settlement has been reached in a civil lawsuit against multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein in Palm Beach County.
See where a judge bails out of a debate with me and dismisses charges of no drivers license against me: http://youtu.be/oHd4916556o
I’m suing all of the government agents involved in systemic abuse of process. I got caught in their net but freed myself by standing my ground and attacking the lack of jurisdiction. I’ll update this info box as I get the chance. Currently I’m in appeal as the Federal District Court Magistrate pretended as if a legitimate case had been initiated. Funny, I have a written correspondence from the Assistant Deputy Prosecutor at the court specifically indicating that prosecution HAD NOT BEEN INITIATED. Not only that, but the State Judge who attempted to arraign me repeatedly refused to give me a copy of the alleged verified complaint. Maybe because she didn’t have one. Now given all of this, how does the Federal District Court Magistrate think she can pretend that a case was lawfully brought against me. She hasn’t even seen a valid verified complaint to allow her to make such a decision.
This is a multi-million dollar scam going on in all of the States. If any one knows of how Federal Judges might benefit from this please message me. If any one has evidence that the State Courts have investors (ie: they are registered as businesses on Dunn and Bradstreet, so are the lawyers and judges investing in their own business?) or any other private profit please contact me.
Please spread this video far and wide. I know the text is small. I’ll look into publishing the pdfs free somewhere.
Check back, I will post the District Court’s Dismissal and my Appeal Opening Brief.
IT’S JULY 4TH!!! MAKE THIS VIDEO GO VIRAL!!!
Get my right to travel via automobile brief here: https://www.scribd.com/document/270667045/Right-to-Travel-via-Automobile Video Rating: / 5
There are quite a few differences between Small Claims court and suing someone in a Superior Court (Supreme/Queen’s Bench) level General Division. I don’t address Simplfied Procedure or related superior court process but I address the major differences between the two types of Courts.
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