- Beginning of September 10, 2018 Update…
Here’s a brief update on the Windsor-Spence U.S. Supreme Court Class Action Lawsuit followed by a few poignant thoughts and Special-Special Thanks.
I have good news!!!
After months of additional haggling (by your tax payer funded Officers of the Court), in an effort to prevent the Class Action Lawsuit from moving forward, ALL cases in the Class Action Lawsuit spanning 8-10 years were properly moved from U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Case No. 17-2428 to U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Case No. 18-1790. This is (of course) without me having to re-try the case for the fourth time in this particular Federal Court jurisdiction.
Here are a few fast facts related to the Case Number Move:
- The brand-new case number, Case No. 18-1790 was properly filed by the U.S. District Court Eastern District of North Carolina and U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Clerks as a Habeas Corpus / Civil Rights, etc.- Class Action Lawsuit.
- The Informal Briefing Order (Attached) was issued July 6, 2018.
- The Brief for Case No. 18-1790 was properly filed on August 6, 2018. No written (I am certain that there were quite a number of back room conversations instead.) Briefs were publicly filed by any of the Defendants.
- A game of case hot potato is still in play with Pat Conner, the U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Clerk’s decision to refuse to transmit the unanswered 21 Enumeration of Error and/ or 21 Questions previously submitted (twice, spanning multiple years under two separate waves of Federal cases) and the record to Michael Duggan, U.S. Supreme Court Clerk (as HE requested via Notice)… BEFORE THE FOURTH CIRCUIT JUDGES RULE ON THE NEW CASE, Case No. 18-1790. Once the Fourth Circuit Judges rule on Case No. 18-1790, unfortunately there will no-longer be any opportunity for the U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Clerk, Pat Conner to transmit the cases (and she knows this) because the cases will be closed and she will no longer have the legal authority to transmit the cases without a separate judicial order that re-opens the case. It should also be noted that all mandated- intervening- controlling questions of the law involving constitutional violations must be transmitted directly by a U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit Clerk (in this instance, Pat Connor) to the U.S. Supreme Court (in this instance, Michael Duggan) in order to solidify a mandated ruling on behalf of the citizens of the United States by the U.S. Supreme Court. Again, the U.S. Supreme Court Justices are not required to hear or rule on filed Writ of Certiorari cases and/ or post U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit Judicially Ruled on cases that are filed by Plaintiff’s directly to the U.S. Supreme Court, but they are required to hear and rule on Interlocutory Appeals regarding mandated, intervening and controlling questions of the law and/ or the 21 Enumerations of Error and / or the 21 Questions presented in the Windsor- Spence cases if and when they are properly transmitted to the U.S. Supreme Court by Pat Connor, U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit Clerk to Michael Duggan, U.S. Supreme Court Clerk.
- In reading between the lines, YES there are great internal – backroom judicial and political resistance campaigns that are hindering the 21 Enumerations of Error and/or the 21 Questions from the U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit from being properly transmitted to the U.S. Supreme Court. In as much, yet another hot potato campaign hail mary (Frap 44) is in play. Frap 44 requires that the 21 Enumerations of Error and/ or 21 Questions are moved from the U.S. Court of Appeals to either the Attorney General in the State of Georgia, the Attorney General in the State of North Carolina or the Attorney General of the United States of America before they are transmitted directly to the Supreme Court of the United States of America. So now let’s see… given the behavior (threats, retaliation, fraudulent incarceration, etc.) that I have endured under watchful eye of the Attorney General’s in both the State of Georgia and the State of North Carolina, I opted (in writing) for the transmission of the cases to the Attorney General of the United States, albeit Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
I have no other information that I would like to provide at this time. If you would like more information on the Public Cases, please log onto PACER https://ecf.ca4.uscourts.gov/ and type in case number 18-1790 or my name Spence, Kimberly.
Title: Spencer’s Mom
End of Update