William Windsor from Lawless America.com described the same problem with missing documents and the same employees: Clerk William Sutter, employees Jeffrey Atkins, Erik Fossum. Attorney Leo Denofrio had the same problems with with the clerk Danny Bickel. We no longer have a rule of law.
Posted on | December 8, 2012 | 3 Comments
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Submitted on 2012/12/08 at 1:56 pm
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Obstruction of Justice at The Supreme Court
The Clerk’s Office of The United States Supreme Court is committing obstruction of justice and violating Constitutional and legal rights.
I have written to the Clerk of the Court, William K. Suter, to request an appointment.
I have called asking to speak to him, but they refuse to put my calls through to him or his assistant or anyone else.
I am now collecting evidence of illegal practices of the Clerk’s Office and the United States Supreme Court….
Failure to file Valid Motions
I have repeatedly had motions held for as long as a month and never filed. My petitions are not filed on a timely basis. Court personnel claim the rules provide something other than what they clearly provide.
On February 10, 2011, I received a 6-inch thick box with motions sent to The United States Supreme Court by Federal Express on January 5, 2011. The postmark is February 2, 2011. So, The Supreme Court held my motions for 28 days before returning them. During those 28 days, my petitions were denied. So, when the motions were returned to me, they were invalid because you can’t file a motion in a closed case. I believe this is absolutely intentional, because this has happened to me on everything that I have filed with The Supreme Court. I will scan all of this proof and link it here for those who like to see the real stuff.
On February 10, 2011, I also received a letter from Jeffrey Atkins CLAIMING that my Petitions for Rehearing were not being filed because I failed to submit a certificate stating that the petitions comply with the word limitation. This is absolutely false as the required certificate was sent by Federal Express for delivery on the same date, and I have a Fed Ex Confirmation and a signature showing it was received. Jeffrey Atkins’ letter to me also claims The Supreme Court received my documents on February 8, but that is false. The Fed Ex delivery documents clearly show receipt was February 7.
My Efforts on February 10, 2011
On Monday, February 7, 2011, The Supreme Court received three petitions and several motions from me. Additional motions were received on February 8 and February 10. I send everything by Federal Express and require a signature for delivery, so I have proof of everything. I have checked The Supreme Court Docket each day to see if my documents have been filed. NOTHING has been filed. This is consistent with my experience with the Court Clerk’s office. My motions and petitions are held for long periods of time without filing. Each time, I have had to call and voice extreme displeasure before anything is done. I hear all kinds of bogus excuses. I am printing the Supreme Court Dockets for my cases each day to prove this. These are linked at the bottom of this story for your reference.
Let me illustrate the impact of this for you. My Petition for Rehearing in Docket #10-411 is scheduled to be considered and voted on by SCOTUS on February 18, 2011. If the Application that I presented for filing in this case is not filed and presented to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ASAP, she will not be able to consider it before the justices vote on my Petition. The Application then becomes moot, and I lose the opportunity for Justice Ginsburg to take action.
I have called the Clerk’s Office every day this week. My calls have not been returned by anyone — specifically, Jeffrey Atkins, Erik Fossum, and William Suter.
I called February 10 at 12:10 pm. Ryan Nelson answered the phone. He told me he cannot put my call through to the Clerk of the Court, Mr. William K. Suter, or his assistant or anyone acting on his behalf. I gave him my number and told him I expect him to get a message to Mr. Suter to call me.
Ryan Nelson told me that he could connect me with a case analyst who could answer some of my questions. I advised him that Erik Fossum and Jeffrey Atkins are extremely rude, have failed to return my calls, and claim the rules provide for something other than what they clearly provide. He said he would connect me with another analyst who would help me.
I spoke briefly with case analyst Ruth Jones at 12:15 pm. She asked my name. She then said she couldn’t help me “because you are outside my alphabet.” I explained to her that I cannot deal with Erik Fossum, who seems to have W in his alphabet. She hung up on me.
I called back and James answered the phone. I asked to speak to Ryan Nelson. He didn’t seem to know who that was, so I suspect “Ryan Nelson” was a fake name. He transferred the call, and then it sounded like the phone was picked up and immediately put on hold. I called back several times, and this happened every time.
My calls will continue, and I will document every call.
Missing Court Records
This is serious business!
The actions of the Clerk’s Office clearly constitutes obstruction of justice, a criminal violation. From speaking with others, I understand that this is not an isolated situation.
The United Nations conference on judicial corruption worldwide says one of the cardinal signs of judicial corruption is missing court records. See Strengthening Judicial Integrity Against Corruption – UN International Crime Prevention Center
Statutes provide the essential elements for a valid court order, and I believe The Supreme Court has issued thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of invalid orders. I know that, based upon the statutes, the so-called orders that have been issued in my cases at The Supreme Court include many invalid orders. The so-called orders are nothing but two or three sentence letters, and they are not signed by anyone in authority.
I will be making a visit to Washington, DC to The Supreme Court . I will be asking permission to inspect and to copy the records of my court actions that SCOTUS considers the valid records of the denial of my applications, motions, and petitions. This is a right guaranteed by Article I of the Bill of Rights.
We Must Do Something
Every aspect of our federal judicial system is corrupt. We must all figure out how we can regain control of our government.