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InfoTelesys Lawsuit Index

Readers Note:  A good place to start for a background to issues in government is with section H. PREAMBLE

INDEX

Cover Page & Introduction

A. PARTIES 8
PLAINTIFFS 8
DEFENDANTS 8

B. SYNOPSIS OF CASE 17
PREVIOUS LAWSUITS 20
EXHAUSTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES 20
1ST LAWSUIT – U.S. Dist. Ct. Case # C05 000996 21
2nd LAWSUIT – U.S. Dist. Ct. Case # C07 00391 21
The Net Result of Continued Criminal Behavior by Government Officials 22

C. VENUE 25
Intradistrict Assignment. 25

D. JURISDICTION 25

E. AFFIDAVIT OF BIAS OR PREJUDICE 26
AUTHORITIES 27

F. SUFFICIENCY OF CLAIM 34
NO STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS 35
NO JUDICIAL POWER IN THIS CASE 35
PRO SE LITIGANTS ENTITLED TO WIDE LATITUDE 36

G. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 38

H. PREAMBLE - GOVERNMENT OUT OF CONTROL IN THE CONTROL OF FOREIGNERS 40
SETTING THE STAGE OF OPPRESSION IN THE UNITED STATES 46
U.S.A. Worlds Worst Prison State 49
FALSE FLAG OPERATIONS Blowing up Buildings & Murdering Citizens To Incite War & Eliminate Liberty 57
U.S.A. Illegally Invading other Nations 62
U.S.A. Outwardly Aggressive By Nature, Murdering Millions 64
Dictatorial & Fascist By Definition: 64
U.S.A. Creating the Worlds Worst Ecological Disasters 65
U.S.A. Maiming Millions and Killing Thousands, Tens of Thousands and Hundreds and Thousands of Their Own Citizens 67
Socialist In Taxation & Law But Not In Services: 70
Illegal Tender Conspiracy: Stealing Real Assets With Illegal Tender Created Out of Noting 73
Criminal Civil Courts 78
Consider Who & What You Work For 78

I. CLAIMS UPON WHICH RELIEF CAN BE GRANTED / CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS VIOLATED 80
First Claim For Relief Fraud by Jeremy Fogel 80
Second Claim For Relief Fraud by James Ware 82
Third Claim For Relief Fraud by Richard W. Wieking 84

Fourth Claim For Relief Aggravated Battery and Aggravated Assault 86
Fifth Claim For Relief Battery and Assault 88

Sixth Claim For Relief Misprision of Felony – Irwin Joseph 89
Seventh Claim For Relief Treason – Irwin Joseph 90

Eighth Claim For Relief Aggravated Kidnap / Kidnap / Parental Alienation 93
Ninth Claim For Relief Treason – Jeremy Fogel 110
Tenth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – Jeremy Fogel 112

Eleventh Claim For Relief Conspiracy 113
Twelfth Claim For Relief Intentional Negligence 119
Thirteenth Claim For Relief Liable / Defamation of Character 120
Fourteenth Claim For Relief Slander 122

Fifteenth Claim For Relief Intentional/Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress, Fraud/Deceit, Wrongful Civil Proceedings / Abuse of Process 124
Sixteenth Claim For Relief Wrongful Civil Proceedings / Abuse of Process 127
Seventeenth Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. 1st Amendment Freedom of Speech 128
Eighteenth Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. 2nd Amendment [Right to Bear Arms] 130
Nineteenth Claim For Relief Conversion / Grand Theft Auto / Trespass 133
Twentieth Claim For Relief Disparagement Of Business Reputation Or Property, Interference With Business Relations, Pure Economic Loss, Intentional Interference With Prospective Economic Advantage, 135
Twenty-first Claim For Relief Treason – James Ware 136
Twenty-second Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – James Ware 138
Twenty-third Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – Attorney General & Santa Cruz County Sheriffs, Counsel & Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors 139
Twenty-fourth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – Phyllis J. Hamilton 141
Twenty-fifth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – Troy B. Overton 142
Twenty-sixth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – M. M. Schroeder 144
Twenty-seventh Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – TRILLA E. BAHRKE 145
Twenty-eighth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony, Alienation of Parental, Kidnap – William Kelsay 146
Twenty-ninth Claim For Relief Misprision Of Felony – Jeff Almquist 148

Thirtieth Claim For Relief Burglary 149
Thirty-first Claim For Relief Armed Robbery 150
Thirty-second Claim For Relief Extortion 151
Thirty-third Claim For Relief Public Nuisance 153
Thirty-fourth Claim For Relief Racketeering 155
Thirty-fifth Claim For Relief Mixed War 156
Thirty-sixth Claim For Relief Fraud - Banking 164
Thirty-seventh Claim For Relief Usury Banking 193
Thirty-eighth Claim For Relief Treason - Banking 194
Thirty-ninth Claim For Relief Conspiracy - Banking 197
Fortieth Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. 7th Amendment [Trial by Jury, Common Law] 199
Forty-first Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. Article III Judicial Department Responsibility 201
Forty-second Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. 8th Amendment: excessive fines, cruel & unusual punishment 203
Forty-third Claim For Relief Violation of U.S. Const. 5th Amendment [Criminal proceedings, deprivation of life, liberty and happiness] 206
Forty-fourth Claim For Relief Malicious Prosecution 208
Forty-fifth Claim For Relief Fraud by Santa Cruz Sheriffs & DA 213
Forty-sixth Claim For Relief Racketeering 215
Forty-seventh Claim For Relief Misprision of Felony – U.S. Attorney General 215
Forty-eighth Claim For Relief Forty-ninth, Fiftieth and Fifty-second Claim For Relief - Treason, Fraud, Extortion And Racketeering - Tax 219

J. DAMAGES 226

K. COMMON AUTHORITIES 229
Constitution for the United States of America 229
STATUTES OF LIMITATION DO NOT APPLY 247
MISPRISION OF FELONY 247
EVERY PERSON LIABLE FOR CRIMES UNDER COLOR OF LAW 247
PROCEEDINGS OUTSIDE OF COURT AUTHORITY ARE VOID 248
PARENT CAN SUE FOR INTERFERENCE WITH PARENTAL RIGHTS 248
FEDERAL COURT HAS JURISDICTION ON DIVORCE CLAIMS 248
CUSTODY MAY BE CHANGED IF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS ABRIDGED 248
U.S.C. SECTION 1738A AND 42 AND 654, 663 249
CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE KIDNAP 249
FEDERAL COURT HAS JURISDICTION OVER CUSTODY MATTERS 251
CUSTODY IS A CONSTITUTIONALLY SECURED RIGHT – ENABLING FEDERAL JURISDICTION 253
EX PARTE HEARINGS ON CUSTODY ORDERS UNCONSTITUTIONAL 253
IF MOTHER HAS BOYFRIEND CUSTODY AWARDED TO FATHER 253
FATHER HAS RIGHT TO CUSTODY 253
JUDGES CRIMINALLY LIABLE FOR WILLFUL DEPRAVATION OF CUSTODY RIGHTS OR ANY CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION 254
MUNICIPALITY AND SATE MAY BE SUED 257
POLICE OFFICERS NO IMMUNITY 257
ATTORNEY’S CAN BE SUED 257
THE COURT HAS A DUTY TO ENSURE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS 258
EVIL ORDERS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL 258
JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DENIED 258
VOID ORDERS 258
NON-LAWYERS ENTITLED TO COURT 258
PRO SE TO BE CONSIDERED WITHOUT TECHNICALITY 258
PROHIBITION OF BIAS 259
DIRECTORS, THE REAL PARTY OF INTEREST IN CORPORATIONS ENTITLED TO 1ST AMENDMENT SELF REPRESENTATION 260
CUSTODY MATTERS DICTATE DUE PROCESS 261
CUSTODY AND CALIFORNIA CODES 262
DUE PROCESS DICTATES GOOD CAUSE 262
DUE PROCESS DICTATES AN IMPARTIAL JUDGE AND FAIR TRIAL BY JURY 264
DUE PROCESS DICTATES COMPETENT AND SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION: 264
DUE PROCESS DICTATES FAIRNESS: 265
Due Process, Fair Hearing & Trial By Jury LAW DEFINED 267
VOID JUDGMENTS MUST BE SET ASIDE 276
DUE PROCESS 277
NOTICE AND HEARING. 280
RIGHTS, INTERESTS, BENEFITS, OR PRIVILEGES IN GENERAL 284

K. COMMON AUTHORITIES 286

IN REGARD TO CALIFORNIA’S “NO-FAULT” DIVORCE 286
TRIAL IN GENERAL 287
FEDERAL COURT 288
SHAM TRIALS 290
DISCLOSURE AND DISCOVERY; NOTICE OF DEFENSE. 290
BIAS AND PREJUDICE GENERALLY 294
QUALIFICATIONS, ACTIONS, AND COMMENTS OF JUDGE, JURY, OR PROSECUTOR. 294
HABEAS 295
RECEPTION OF EVIDENCE; WITNESSES. 296
INSTRUCTIONS 297
ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL 298
NECESSITY IN GENERAL. 299
ADEQUACY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF REPRESENTATION. 300
MATTERS CONSIDERED; PRESENTENCE REPORT. 302
DISCRIMINATION AND VINDICTIVENESS; SENTENCE ON RETRIAL. 303
EXECUTION OF SENTENCE. 305
IMPRISONMENT AND INCIDENTS THERE OF. 305
PARDON AND PAROLE. 305
FAIR JUDGE 306
NOTICE AND HEARING 307
SPEEDY HEARING RIGHT 308
DUE PROCESS 253(1). Nature in general 311
DEPRIVATION OF LIFE OR LIBERTY IN GENERAL. 311
CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS 314
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION AND COMMITMENT. 318
CONFESSIONS, STATEMENTS, AND ADMISSIONS 321
PROMISES OR OTHER INDUCEMENTS; THREATS AND FEAR. 322
RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY 322
JUDICIAL ERROR. 323
HABEAS CORPUS 323
JURISDICTION 324
LAW SUIT 324
RE: CORPORATION 325
RELATED TO STATE OR STATE ACTION. 326
INCORPORATION OF BILL OF RIGHTS 327
RE: CHILDREN 327
RE: PRISONERS: 330
LIBERTIES AND LIBERTY INTERESTS PROTECTED. 331
FEDERAL COURT 334
PHOTO COPY. 334
DURESS AND COERCION 334
DISCRIMINATORY ENFORCEMENT OF LAW 334
ENTRAPMENT 335

K. COMMON AUTHORITIES 337

RESISTANCE 337
SELF-DEFENSE 338
FORMER JEOPARDY 341
EFFECT OF SETTING ASIDE OR REVERSING CONVICTION AT DEFENDANT'S REQUEST 342
JURISDICTION 344
ARREST AND DETERMINATION 344
ARREST WITH A WARRANT 345
ARREST WITHOUT A WARRANT. 346
REASONABLE OR PROBABLE CAUSE 348
MANNER OF MAKING ARREST 351
USE OF FORCE 351
RESISTANCE TO ARREST 353
BAIL 354
TEMPORARY DETENTION 355
CITATION FOR INFRACTION OR MISDEMEANOR 359
CUSTODY AND DISPOSITION OR ARRESTEE OR PRISONER 360
SEARCH AND SEIZURE 363
WHAT CONSTITUTES “SEARCH” “OR SEIZURE” 372
SEARCH WARRANTS 374
SEARCHES OF PREMISES OF EFFECTS 390
VEHICLE SEARCHES 390
IDENTITY OR BEHAVIOR OF OCCUPANT 392
CONSENT 394
SCOPE AND MANNER OF SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 394
PARTICULAR TYPES OF SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 395
SEARCH & SEIZURE REMEDIES 395
CIVIL ACTIONS 396
CRIMINAL PROSECUTION 397
PERSONS LIABLE 398
EXTRAORDINARY WRITS 398
PRESUMPTIONS; BURDEN OF PROOF 399
BARGAIN WITH PUBLIC PROSECUTOR 403
BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE 403

L. PRAYER FOR RELIEF 413

M. DEMAND FOR TRIAL BY JURY 413

N. VERIFICATION 414