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Sharon4Anderson,Political Activist,Victim of Police Brutality,ExcessiveForce,Theft of Car,Trailer,PersonalProperty,Realestate, v. City St.Paul,MN Sharon aka Scarrella aka Peterson and Bill Dahn are Whistleblowers, Sharon again Candidate for CitySt.Paul Council to resolve the Heinous Abuse of Fidicuary Trust by the City CouncilMan David Thune www.sharon4council.blogspot.com www.sharon4anderson.org www.facebook.com/sharon4anderson www.twitter.com/sharon4anderson

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  1. 1. Page 1 of 5 AFFIDAVIT SOF SHARON ANDERSON AKA SCARRELLA AKA PETERSON BILL DAHN OTHERS AS THEIR INTERESTS APPEAR. Thurs.10Mar2011 To be filed pdf format at Scribd and Slideshare, inc: MetroGangStrikeForce Files. re: Excessive Force "takings" by Theft,Trespass,Treason of Sharons DL,Car,Trailer,Propertys (13) in all Death,Disability,Disparate,Discrimination,Disparagment of Realestate Titles and Insurance. NOTICE OF OBJECTIONS RE: CITYST.PAUL_PAYOUT_POLICE_EXCESSIVE FORCE US Dist.Court Cosetta Morris v. CitySt.Paul_Police Adam Bailey 09cv10609 CitySt.Paul Res.11-412(Thune) Contrary to 8th Cir.09-1209_09-1528-091509 _Steinhauser,Gallagher et al v. City St.Paul ,Steve Magner and Police Officer Dean Koehnen http://justalandlord.com/2010/09/01/8th-circuit-court-of-appeals-rules-in-favor-of-landlords/ http://www.fileswap.com/dl/w2N1xZzr/1102_Petition_for_Writ_of_Certiori.pdf.html 166 pages. FURTHER: Contrary to Sharons Claims for the past 40 years. ON FILE: http://sharon-mn-ecf.blogspot.com/2007/03/notice-appeal-us-supreme-court.html www.sharon4anderson.org Sharons 1/2 million claim v. City St.Paul,MN http://www.scribd.com/doc/4301970/AnswerCross12MillionClaim-vCityStPaul However there is one such case that the landlords have held on for something like eight years now. After the Federal Eighth CIrcuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion favorable to the landlords, the city of St Paul has petitioned the US Supreme Court for review (link to petition for review). You can read the amended original complaint that started this case here. If the Supreme Court hears this case it will have a huge impact on all landlords who follow fair housingpractices, i.e. don’t reject tenants tenants simply because they are a different color, nationality, religion, etc than their neighbors. One must really respect these property owners for the amount of sacrifice they have made to get this far. The case alleges that St Paul housing inspection programs were used in a racially motivated manner to force racial minorities out of St Paul and that such actions violated the Fair Housing Thursday, March 10, 2011 AOL: Sharon4Anderson
  2. 2. Page 2 of 5Morris v. BaileyUNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MINNESOTADocket Number available at www.versuslaw.comCitation Number available at www.versuslaw.comJune 16, 2010COSETTA R. MORRIS, PLAINTIFF,v.ADAM BAILEY, ACTING IN HIS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AS A ST. PAUL POLICEOFFICER, DEFENDANT.Robert Bennett, Esq., Jeffrey S. Storms, Esq., and Andrew J. Noel, Esq., Flynn,Gaskins & Bennett, Llp, Minneapolis, Mn, on behalf of Plaintiff.Cheri M. Sisk, Esq., Assistant Saint Paul City Attorney, St. Paul, Mn, on behalf ofDefendant.The opinion of the court was delivered by: Ann D. Montgomery U.S. District JudgeORDEROn June 16, 2010, the undersigned United States District Judge heard oral argumenton Defendant Adam Baileys ("Officer Bailey") Motion for Summary Judgment [DocketNo. 19]. Plaintiff Cosetta R. Morris ("Morris") has brought suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983,claiming a deprivation of her right under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments of theUnited States Constitution to be free from excessive force.To determine whether the force used was reasonable under the Fourth Amendment,the Court is required to carefully balance "the nature and quality of the intrusion on theindividuals Fourth Amendment interests against the countervailing governmentalinterests at stake." Graham v. Connor, 490 U.S. 386, 396 (1989) (quotations omitted).Courts are to consider all the facts and circumstances of the particular case, "includingthe severity of the crime at issue, whether the suspect poses an immediate threat tothe safety of the officers or others, and whether he is actively resisting arrest orattempting to evade arrest by flight." Id. Genuine issues of material fact preclude theCourt from concluding, as a matter of law, that the force used by Officer Bailey wasreasonable under the totality of the circumstances, and, accordingly, summaryjudgment on qualified immunity grounds is not warranted. Viewed in the light mostfavorable to Morris, the evidence supports an inference that the information available toOfficer Bailey at the time of the incident suggested that Morris (1) had committed acrime that was, relatively speaking, not severe and did not include the use of aweapon; (2) did not pose an immediate threat to Officer Baileys and his partnerssafety and posed only a low threat to the roommate; and (3) had not actively resistedany physical efforts by the officers to control her. A reasonable jury, if it credits Morrissversion of the event, could find that Officer Baileys use of an arm-bar technique was Thursday, March 10, 2011 AOL: Sharon4Anderson
  3. 3. Page 3 of 5 unreasonable or, even if it was reasonable, that the force used to execute the technique was excessive under the given circumstances. For the reasons stated on the record at oral argument and summarized briefly here, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Officer Baileys Motion for Summary Judgment [Docket No. 19] is DENIED. 20100616 Settlement between the CityFile #: RES 11-412 Version: 1 Name: of Saint Paul and Cossetta R. MorrisType: Resolution Status: Mayors Office In control: City Council Final action: 3/9/2011 Approval of the settlement agreement and release between the City of Saint PaulTitle: and Cosetta R. Morris.Sponsors: Dave Thune Settlement Agreement and Release.pdf, JudgesApproval.pdf, FinancialAttachments: Analysis.pdf, Administrative Code 3.02.pdf History (1) Text 1 record Group Clear sorting Clear grouping Group by Date Group by Action By Export Export to Excel Export to PDF Export to WordDate Ver. Action By Action Result Action Details Meeting Details Video3/9/2011 1 City Council Not available Meeting details Not available Title Approval of the settlement agreement and release between the City of Saint Paul and Cosetta R. Morris. Body RESOLVED, that upon execution and delivery of a release in full to the City of Saint Paul, the proper City officers are hereby authorized and directed to pay out of the Tort Liability Fund 09070- 0511 to Cosetta Morris and her attorneys, Robert Bennett, Andrew J. Noel, and Jeffery S. Storms, the total sum of two hundred and seventy thousand dollars and no cents ($270,000.00) in full and final settlement of civil court file number 09-CV-1060 (ADM/AJB) for all claims for damages Thursday, March 10, 2011 AOL: Sharon4Anderson
  4. 4. Page 4 of 5 regarding the March 15, 2009 incident at 485 Minnehaha Avenue East, Apartment 4, St. Paul, Minnesota 55106. Legislation Text Legislation Details Legislation Details (With Text) FindACase™ | Cosetta R. Morris v. Adam Bailey Jun 16, 2010 ... v. ADAM BAILEY, ACTING IN HIS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AS A ST. PAUL ... Cheri M. Sisk, Esq., Assistant Saint Paul City Attorney, St. Paul, Mn, ... mn.findacase.com/research/wfrmDocViewer.aspx/xq/fac...0000951.../qx Sicko-City StPaul: March 2011 SHARONS SUMMIT v.SICKO ST.PAUL SKIMMING SECURITYS TIF-STAR MONEY ... The plaintiff, Cosetta Morris, 35, maintained that an officer used excessive force when .... Candidate St. Paul Minnesota Ward 2 City Council, Judgeship, State Rep64a ... sicko-citystpaul.blogspot.com/2011_03_01_archive.html St. Paul Expected To Settle Police Brutality Claim « CBS MinnesotaMar 9, 2011 ... PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve a settlement ... Thesettlement would pay Cosetta Morris $270000. ...minnesota.cbslocal.com/.../st-paul-expected-to-settle-police-brutality-claim/ St. Paul expected to settle police brutality claimMar 9, 2011 ... PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve a settlementWednesday with a woman who claimed she was ... The settlement would pay Cosetta Morris $270000. ...Bigfoot vs. State of New Hampshire ...www.necn.com/03/09/11/St-Paul-expected.../landing_nation.html?&... Latest Minnesota news, sports, business and entertainment ...Mar 9, 2011 ... PAUL, Minn. (AP) The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve a settlement ... Thesettlement would pay Cosetta Morris $270000. The city ...www.kxnet.com/getArticle.asp?s=rss&ArticleId=739278 City of Saint Paul - File #: RES 11-412Mar 9, 2011... and release between the City of Saint Paul and Cosetta R. Morris. ... 485 Minnehaha AvenueEast, Apartment 4, St. Paul, Minnesota 55106. ...stpaul.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=846324... myTalk 107.1 - St. Paul / Minneapolis - A little gossip. A lot of ... Thursday, March 10, 2011 AOL: Sharon4Anderson
  5. 5. Page 5 of 5 myTalk 107.1 - St. Paul / Minneapolis - A little gossip. A lot of ...Mar 9, 2011 ... The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve a settlement Wednesday with a woman ... Thesettlement would pay Cosetta Morris $270000. ...mytalk1071.com/categoryfolders/S2009055.shtml St. Paul expected to settle police brutality claim - Police ...Mar 9, 2011 ... Police Officer: The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve a settlement Wednesday ...The settlement would pay Cosetta Morris $270000. ...politifi.com/.../St-Paul-expected-to-settle-police-brutality-claim-1719246.html FURTHER AFFIANTS SAYETH NOT AT THIS TIME EXCEPT RESTITUTION_QUIET TITLES_DEMAND_ IMMEDIATELY.LEGAL NOTICE: /s/Sharon4Anderson@aol.com ECF_P165913Pacersa1299 telfx: 651-776-5835:Attorney ProSe_InFact,Private Attorney General QuiTam Whistleblower, www.taxthemax.blogspot.comThe Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C.Ch.119 Sections 2510-2521 et seq., governs distribution of this "Message,"including attachments, may contain the originatorsproprietary information. The originator hereby notifiesrecipients Message review, dissemination, copying, and content-basedactions. Authorized carriers of this messageshall expeditiously deliver this Message to intended recipients. See: Quonv. Arch./s/ Bill Dahn 42 USC 3631 www.indiantrust.comHomestead at 256 Morton St. W.St.Paul,MN ECF:#P129186612Garden Glen,Landfall,MN55128Ojb_Sioux #408B19111 Candidate MN_AG_2010www.billdahn.com www.billdahn.blogspot.comhttp://www.mklaw.com/documents/20090226105116227.pdfHomestead Act of 1862 Thursday, March 10, 2011 AOL: Sharon4Anderson

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