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Daniel Camacho Mendez et al v. Department of Homeland Security, et al C.D. Cal. 11-6-15 nutty complaint

  1. 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Reverend Sovereign Lord Gregory L., Peck, ARRM.'.M.'. (Lt. Col. retired non military duty), Ninth (9th) Magistrature, Special Prosecutor, Senior International Investigator, Common Law Peace Officer of Court/High Priest ofYHVH %14904 Dunswell Ave., Hacienda Hts. California, (91745); CP# 626~290-9882 The International Common Law Court OfJustice A Lawful Judicial Body Constituted under Common Law and the Law ofNan<ms~ Obsignatum, Exordium, Recitatum, Pactum, Decretum As it is hereby certified as attested by our Living Blood Pollex Deed/Seal, 1/We have standing by Divine United States District Court Central District of California Southern Divisio~ Vl 5_O871O Daniel Camacho Mendez Miguel Deras Vazquez Silvia Vargas Esqueda Maria Lopez Chaves Josefina Flores Lopez Maira Janeth Herrera Tovar Marisela Arriaga Arteaga Rhea Espinosa & 3 minor children Antonio Albert Villanueva Ramon Antonio Nunez-Reyes Miriam Patricia Garcia-Ramos Angie Mairim Nunez JOHN & JANE DOE'S 250,000+ SEE ATTACHED LIST OF PLAINTIFF Petitioner/Plaintiff, vs. Department ofHomeland Security US immigration USCIS ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Defendant/Respondent > --------------------~-------- Civil Case No.:-------- Crimes Against Humanity High Crimes, deprivation ofHuman Rights, Enslavement against Human populations (as charged Crimes Against Humanity cannot be denied/refused and must be heard). UN UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS High Crimes of deprivation of rights United states constitution for America High Crimes of deprivation of rights USC Title 18 Section 242 DEPRIVATIONOF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW USC Title 42 Section 1983. action for deprivation of rights etc. and Hobbs Act, 18 USC§ 1951(a-b) Judicial Notice: In the interest ofJustice Pursuant to Constitutional mandate of the united states for America bill of (Human) Rights and United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, Under Common Law, 1/We hereby revoking by COMMON LAW by a Writ Mandamus -- Estoppels et-al De-facto Equity, Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Admiralty, Maritime, Statutory Law, de- % ~ I 0'> ~ -"" facto Court Rules I Policies be Waved by order of Sovereign neJrttatge.arucLdMI!W:--:-::::::-·--J~----:r endowed right. JURY TRIAL DEMANDED [Summary of pleading] - 1 ~;;<; c (F. :Q 'CA :-! ':ll ~ 0 0 'C: XI --1
  2. 2. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 WRIT OF MANDAMUS MEMORANDUM OF LAW CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY High Crimes Deprivation ofHuman Rights, In 1945, the United States and other Allies developed the Agreement for the Prosecution and Punishment ofMajor War Criminals of the European Axis and Charter of the International Military Tribunal (IMT), sitting at Nuremberg, which contained the following definition of Crimes Against Humanity in Article 6(c):"Crbiies against humanity: murder, extermination, enslavement, deportation, and other inhumane acts committed against civilian populations, before or during the war; or persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds in execution of or in connection with any crime within the jurisdiction of the Tribunal, whether or not in violation of the domestic law of the country where perpetrated." The list of the specific crimes contained within the meaning of Crimes Against Humanity has been expanded since Article 6(c) of the IMT to include, in the ICTY and the ICTR, rape and torture. The statute ofthe ICC also expands the list of specific acts. In particular, the ICC statute adds the crimes of enforced disappearance of persons and ~partheid. Further, the ICC statute contains clarifying language with respect to the specific crimes of extermination, enslavement, deportation or forcible transfer of population, torture, and forced pregnancy. Crimes Against Humanity have existed in customary International Law for over half a century and are also evidenced in prosecutions before some national courts. The most notable of these trials include those of Paul Touvier, Klaus Barbie, and Maurice Papon in France, and Imre Finta in Canada. But Crimes Against Humanity are also deemed to be part of jus cogens-the highest standing in internationallegalnorins. thus, they constitute a non-derogable Rule Of International Law. The implication of this standing is that they are subject to Universal Jurisdiction, meaning that all States can exercise their jurisdiction in prosecuting a perpetrator irrespective ofwhere the crime was committed. It also means that all States have the duty to prosecute or extradite, that no person charged with that crime can claim the "political offense exception" to extradition, and that States have the duty to assist each other in securing evidence needed to prosecute. But of greater importance is the fact that no perpetrator can claim the "defense of obedience to superior orders" and that No Statute Of Limitation contained in the laws of any State can apply. Lastly, No One Is Immune from prosecution for such crimes, even a head of State. Chapter 25A Crimes against humanity Sec. 519. Crimes against humanity 519. (a) Offense: It shall be unlawful for any person to commit or engage in, as part of a widespread and systematic attack directed against any civilian population, and with knowledge of the attack; (1) conduct that, if it occurred in the United States, would violate- [Summary of pleading] - 2
  3. 3. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (A) section 1S81(a) of this title (relating to peonage); (B) section 1583(a)(1) of this title (relating to kidnapping or carrying away individuals for involuntary servitude or slavery); (C) section 1584(a) of this title (relating to sale into involuntary servitude); (D) section 1589(a) of this title (relating to forced labor); or (E) section 1590(a) of this title (relating to trafficking with respect to peonage, slavery, involuntary servitude, or forced labor); (2) conduct that, if it occurred in the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States, would violate- (A) section 1111 of this title (relating to murder); (B) section 1591(a) of this title (relating to sex trafficking of children or by force, fraud, or coercion); (C) section 2241(a) of this title (relating to aggravated sexual abuse by force or threat); or (D) section 2242 of this title (relating to sexual abuse); (3) conduct that, if it occurred in the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States, and without regard to whether the offender is the parent of the victim, would violate section 1201(a) of this title (relating to kidnapping); (4) conduct that, if it occurred in the United States; would violate section 1203(a) of this title (relating to hostage taking), notwithstanding any exception under subsection (b) of section 1203; (5) conduct that would violate section 2340A of this title (relating to torture); (6) extermination; (7) national, ethnic, racial, or religious cleansing; or (8) imposed measures intended to prevent births. (b) Penalty; Any person who violates subsection (a), or attempts or conspires to violate subsection (a)- · (1) shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both; and (2) if the death of any person results from the violation of subsection (a), shall be fined under this title and imprisoned for any term of years or for life. (c) Jurisdiction: There is jurisdiction over a violation of subsection (a), and any attempt or conspiracy to commit a violation of subsection (a), if- [Summary of pleading] - 3
  4. 4. .. J 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 .• 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 (1) the alleged offender is a national of the United States or an alien residing in the United States, regardless ofwhether the alien is lawfully admitted for permanent residence; (2) the alleged offender is a stateless person whose habitual residence is in the United States; or (3) the offense is committed in whole or in part within the United States. (d) Non applicability of certain limitations Notwithstanding section 3282 of this title, in the case of an offense under this section, an indictment may be found, or information instituted, at any time without limitation. (e) Limitation on prosecution (1) In general a prosecution for an offense described in this section may not be undertaken by the United States unless- (A) The Attorney General certifies in writing- (i) after consultation with the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Homeland Security, that there is no foreign jurisdiction that is prepared to undertake a prosecution for the conduct that forms the basis for the offense; and (ii) that a prosecution by the United States is in the public interest and necessary to secure substantial justice; and (B) the Secretary of State, the Secretary ofDefense, and the Director of National Intelligence do not object to the prosecution. (2) Non delegation: The certification under paragraph (1)(A) may not be delegated. (3) No judicial review: A certification by the Attorney General under this subsection is not subject to judicial review. (f) No limitation on conduct pursuant to the laws ofwar: Nothing in this section shall be construed to make unlawful conduct pursuant to the laws ofwar. (g) No limitation on defenses or immunities: Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit or extinguish any defense or immunity otherwise available to any person or entity. (h) International Criminal Court and American Servicemembers' Protection Act of2002 Nothing in this section shall be construed as support for ratification of, or participation by the United States in, the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, which entered into force on July 1, 2002, or to repeal or limit the applicability of the American Servicemembers' Protection Act of2002 (22 U.S.C. 7421 et seq.). (i) Definitions In this section: [Summary of pleading] - 4
  5. 5. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 (1) Armed group: The term armedgroup means any army, militia, or other military organization, whether or not it is state-sponsored, excluding any group assembled solely for nonviolent political association. (2) Attack directed against any civilian population: The term attack directed against any civilian population means a course of conduct in which the country or armed group carrying out the attack intends a civilian population as such to be a primary rather than an incidental target. (3) Ethnic group; national group; racial group; religious group: The terms ethnic group, nationalgroup, racial group', and religious group have the meanings given those terms in section 1093 of this title. (4) Extermination: The term extermination means subjecting a civilian population to conditions of life that are intended to cause the physical destruction of the group in whole or in part. (5) Lawfully admitted for permanent residence; national of the United States: The terms lawfully admittedfor permanent residence and national ofthe United States have the meanings give those terms in section 101(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. llOl(a)). (6) National, ethnic, racial, or religious cleansing: The term national, ethnic, racial, or religious cleansing means the intentional and forced displacement from 1 country to another or within a country of any national group, ethnic group, racial group, or religious group in whole or in part, by expulsion or other coercive acts intended to displace such group from the area in which they are lawfully present, except when the displacement is in accordance with applicable laws of armed conflict that permit involuntary and temporary displacement of a population to ensure its security or when 25 · imperative military reasons so demand. 2 6 (7) Systematic: The term systematic means pursuant to or in furtherance of the policy of a 27 28 29 30 31 32 country or armed group. To constitute a policy, the country or armed group must have actively promoted the policy. (8) Widespread: The term widespread means involving not less than 50 victims. UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS [Summary of pleading] - 5
  6. 6. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Now, Therefore, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction. Article 1. • All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2. • Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status ofthe country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any otherlimitati~n of sovereignty. etc. Article 12 • No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honor and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks. Article 13 • Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state. 2. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country. Article 16 • 1. Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution. • 2. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses. • 3. The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State. Article 17 • Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others. • 2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property. Article 18 • Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance. Article 30 [Summary of pleading] - 6
  7. 7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 .· Summary: • Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein. DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States. For the purpose of Section 242, acts under "color of law" include acts not only done by federal, state, or local "corporation officials" within the their lawful corporation authority, (it must .be understood the alleged federal, state, or local actions are under usurpation and/or color of law, not done in/of the authority of the lawful constitutional government, but in fact are done in the office under a corporation unlawfully created under the "color of law" without the knowledge or consent of the governed), also acts done beyond the bounds of that official's lawful authority, (therefore, as the alleged corporate official does not have any lawful authority outside of their corporate office), if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as fraudulently as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim. The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances ofthe crime, and the resulting injury, if any. TITLE 18, U.S.C., SECTION 242 Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, ... shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation ofthis section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term ofyears or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death. Whereas; as stated above the Respondent/Defendant(s)/ Defendant Class, may have and/or are still committing acts and/or High Crimes Against Humanity as in; The Tel- [Summary of pleading] - 7
  8. 8. . : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Aviv District Court, in a 1952 judgment, said a Crime Against Humanity "must be one of serious character and likely to embitter the life of a human person,'to degrade him and cause him great physical or moral suffering." The United Nations (UN) Secretary- General has described them as "inhumane acts of a very serious nature." The United States' Obligation to Respect the Right to Freedom of Movement and to Recognize the World Passport The following declarations and treaties, which the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INC has ratified, along with the United States Constitution for America, obligate the Corporate Federal Government of the United States by contract/treaty to recognize the validity and legality of the World Passport and to respect the fundamental human rights of above named Plaintiffs/ Petitioners, et-al such as·the right to travel as well as the right to possess the passport. The following list of multilateral treaties and international ' conventions are not exhaustive and are not the only sources of obligation for the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INC to/has recognized the validity and legality ofthe World Passport.The Government ofthe United States must respect Plaintiffs/Petitioners right. to travel using the World Passport, no matter the "national origin" status with which Plaintiffs/Petitioners may be associated. The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INC., in fact has many times accepted the World Passport as shown (see attached Exhibit "A"). Charter of the United Nations (Signed in San Francisco on 26 June 1945 by United Nations member states) Member-States are required to uphold all declarations or treaties promulgated by the United Nations, including the UN Charter. Failure to uphold these declarations or treaties is illegal under international treaty law and customary international law. • Article 55 states: Governmental Representatives are bound to "promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion." • Article 56 states: "All Member-States pledge themselves to take joint and separate action in cooperation with the Organization for the achievement of the purposes set forth in Article 55." Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Adopted in Paris by the GeneralAssembly ofthe United Nations on I0December 1948) Member-States are required to uphold all declarations promulgated by the United [Summary of pleading] - 8
  9. 9. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Nations, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Failure to uphold these declarations is illegal under customary international law. This requirement is outlined in the Charter of the United Nations. Articles 2, 6, & 13 of the Declaration require signatories to uphold fundamental human rights such as freedom of identification and travel. • Article 2, states: "Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty". • Article 6, states: "Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." • Article 13 Section (1) states: "Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state." • Article 13 Section (2) states: "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country." • Article 16 states that: "Everyone shall have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." International Covenant on Civil and Political R~ghts (Adopted by the United States on 8 June 1992) As a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the government is obligated to respect the right of freedom of movement. • The Preamble states that Signatories reaffirm their obligation: "under the Charter of the United Nations to promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and freedoms." • Article 2(1) states that: "Each State Party to the present Covenant undertakes to respect and to ensure to all individuals within its territory and subject to its jurisdiction the rights recognized in the present Covenant, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status." • Article 12(1) states: "Everyone lawfully within the territory of a State, shall within that territory, have the right to liberty of movement and freedom to choose his residence." • Article 12(2) states: "Everyone shall be free to leave any country, including his own." 31 The American Convention on Human Rights 32 (Signed by the United States on 1 June 1977, binding under customary internationallaw) [Summary of pleading] - 9
  10. 10. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 • The Preamble affirms that "the essential rights of man are not derived from one's being a national of a certain state, but are based upon attributes of the human personality, and that they therefore justify international protection in the form of a convention reinforcing or complementing the protection provided by the domestic law of the American states." • Article 3 states: "Every person has the right to recognition as a person before the law." • Article 22 Section (1) and (2) state: "Every person lawfully in the territory of a State Party has the right to move about in it, and to reside in it subject to the provisions of the law." and "Every person has the right to leave any country freely, including his own." American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man (Adopted by the Organization ofAmerican States in 1948, the American Declaration ofthe Rights andDuties ofMan is binding on the United States under customary international law) • The Preamble states: "The American States have on repeated occasions recognized that the essential rights of man are not derived from the fact that he is a national of a certain State, but are based upon attributes of his human personality•..The international protection of the rights of man should be the principle guide of an evolving American law." • Article II states: "All persons are equal before the law and have the rights and duties established in this Declaration, without distinction as to race, sex, language, creed, or any other factor.". • Article XVII states: "Every person has the right to be recognized everywhere as a person having rights and obligations, and to enjoy the basic civil rights." Constitution for the united states for America (Ratified on 21 June 1788) • Article VI states: "All treaties made, or which shall be made under the Authority of the United States, shall be supreme Law of the Land..." • The Ninth Amendment to the US Constitution states: "The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." One of these on-enumerated rights is the right to identify oneself as a human being/world citizen and to identify oneself with documentation to that effect, i.e. the WSA World Passport. Whereas, further actions by the artificial legal fiction corporate State as well as the above named Defendant's are in violation of the Petitioner/Plaintiff's rights with the extortion, which follows by the force of paying for the free exercise of said rights amounts to [Summary of pleading] - 10
  11. 11. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 nothing less than extortion under the fraud and/or color of law as covered under the . Hobbs Act; Hobbs Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1951 (a) The Hobbs Act punishes "extortion," one of the oldest crimes in our legal tradition, see E. Cake, The Third Part of the Instituted ofthe Laws 148- 150 (1648) (reprint 2008). The crime originally applied only to the extortionate actions by public officials, but was later extended by statute to private extortion. See 4C. Torcia, Wharton's Criminal Law §§ 695, 699 (14th ed. 1981). As far as is known, no case predating the Hobbs Act- English , federal, or state - ever identified conduct such as that charged here as extortionate. Extortion required the obtaining of items of value, typically cash, from the victim. See, e.g. People V. Whaley, 6 Cow. 661 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1827) Gustice ofthe peace properly indicted for extorting money); Commonwealth V. Bagley, Mass. 279 (1828) (officer properly convicted for demanding a fee for letting a man out of prison); Commonwealth v. Mitchell, 66 Ky. 25 (1867) Gailer properly indicted for extorting money from prisoner); Queen v. Woodward, 11 Mod. 137, 88 Eng. Rep. 949 (K.B. 1707) (upholding indictment for extorting "money and a note"). It did not cover mere coercion to act, or to refrain from acting. See e.g., King v. Burdett, lLd. Raym. 149,91 Eng. Rep. 996 (K.B. 1696) (dictum) (extortion consisted of the "taking of money for the use of the stalls," not the deprivation of "free liberty to sell [one's] wares in the market according to law")/ In 18 USC 1951(b)(2)- (Hobbs), "Extortion" is defined as, "the obtaining of property from another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence or fear, or under color of official right." Whereas, In 18 USC 1951(b)(2)- (Hobbs Act), "Extortion" is defined as, "the obtaining of property from another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence or fear, or under color of official right." and, The inclusion of the element of simple fear is important; it is that which distinguishes the extortion as defined by Hobbs from "blackmail", where a well defined fear of a definite action is required to have been communicated. From the statutory language, it would appear that fear alone should be considered as sufficient inducement; and, in Evans v. US 504 US, 255(1992) the Court reconstructs the ambiguous wording and grammar of the statute on the basis of Congressional intent and the principle of lenity, saying: "The more natural construction is that the verb; the "induced" applies to both types ofextortion described in the statute. Thus, the unstated "either" belongs after "induced": "The term 'extortion' means the obtaining of property from anot~er, with his consent, induced either [1] by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence, or fear, or [2] under color of official right." This construction comports with correct grammar and standard usage by setting up a parallel between two prepositional phrases, the first beginning with "by"; the second with "under." Thus, fear itself is still sufficient to induce the victim to relinquish property willingly to the extortioner. [Summary of pleading] - 11
  12. 12. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Whether or not the victim's fear is causally related to acts or intentions of the extortioner, is not required to be known or proven. Though this may seem too broad a sufficient condition, it directly allows more subtle, and more pernicious forms of extortion that would, in fact, prevent or hamper due process. Intent, when not directly expressed, must be inferred. Since the mind is not directly available for observation, a finder of fact is left free to consider a body of evidence which may or may not be consistent, to an appropriate degree of belief; with the proposition that the extortioner has in some way caused, or even exploited, any known or obvious fear possessed by the victim. Note; The word "wrongful", in 18 USC 1951(b)(2), means that the extortioner has no lawful claim to the property obtained." USC 42 §1983 for Deprivation of Civil Rights, §1985(3) for Conspiracy, Common- Law Conspiracy and/or Extortion Hobbs Act, 18 USC§ 1951(a-b), etc.(as in the conversion ofhuman rights into a crime controlled as aprivilege then to extort afee or ransom), National/International Crimes Against Humanity deprivation of human rights; "Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and Common laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit, or other proper proceeding for redress..." 19 Whereas, Since the Act of 1871 which established the District of Columbia, as a 2o Corporation as in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CORPORATION; as in 1871 21 the Congress changed the name of the original Constitution ofthe united states "FOR" 22 America; by changing ONE WORD and that was very significant as in by changing the 23 word "FOR" to the word "OF" by changing said word thereby making a difference in the 24 "legal" i.e. Constitution document does makes a critical difference. However, Congress 25 has known, and does know, that on 1871, February 21: Congress Passes an Act to 2 6 Provide a Government for the District of Columbia, also known as the Act of 1871. With 27 no constitutional authority to do so, Congress creates a separate form of government for 2 8 the District of Columbia, a ten mile square parcel of land (see, Acts of the Forty-first 29 Congress," Section 34, Session III, chapters 61 and 62). 30 31 Whereas, The Act of 1871 formed a corporation called THE UNITED STATES OF 32 AMERICA. With the Act of 1871, the organic Constitution was defaced; in-effect [Summary of pleading] - 12
  13. 13. . ; 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ~~16 ;~ 17 Ni 18 20 21 22 23 vandalized and sabotaged; when the title was capitalized and the word "for" was changed to "of' in the title. THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is. the constitution of the incorporated UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. It operates in an economic capacity and has been used to fool, and defraud We the People into thinking it governs the Republic. It does is not! Capitalization is NOT insignificant when one is referring to a legal document. This seemingly "minor" alteration has had a major impact on every subsequent generation of Americans. What Congress did by passing the Act of 1871 was create an entirely new document, a constitution for the government of the District of Columbia, an INCORPORATED government. This newly altered Constitution was not intended to benefit the Republic. It benefits only the corporation of the UNITED. . . . STATES OF AMERICA and operates entirely outside the original (organic) Constitution. Instead of having absolute and unalienable rights guaranteed under the organic Constitution, We the People now have "relative" rights or privileges. One example is the Sovereign's right to travel, which has now been transformed (under' . ' . i ~ corporate government policy; color of law) into a "privilege" that requires corporate citizens to be licensed. By passing the Act of 1871, Cong~ess committed TREASON against the We the People who were/are Sovereign under the grants and decrees of the Declaration ofIndependence and the organic united states Constitutio~ For America. The Act of 1871 became the FOUNDATION of all the treason since committed by corporate government officials, from the office of the CEO/President, the members of congress, as well as any officers of any Federal Office having knowledge ofthe fraud and/or the ACT of 1871. 24 Wh~reas, in the interest of justice the defendant class is· requested to show cause of any 2 5 lawful autliority granted by the lawful Constitution of the united states·for America as it 26 isbeyond qu~stion the corporation UNITED STATES OF AMERICA has noiawful ' ·. . .. ' ·. . .. 27 authority to convert living beings of flesh and blood with blood flolving, living free on the 28 free land of the world into 14th~mendment i~dentured servants to the usurping Federal 29 Corporation. In fact any foreign individual b~ing compelled t~·register and/or surrender 30 their freedom by signing away their liberty without their knowledge thereby, being made 31 an indentured servant of the corporation. While under the illusion of securing and/or 32 protecting the national security but in truth only securing the corporation and. . .. [Summary of pleading) - 13
  14. 14. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 additionally profiting from the excessive prolonged extortion of fees and charges related to resident $tatus including incarceration, destruction of families, creating criminals of innocent men, women, and even children just for gain and/or profit for the·corporation. Whereas, under the maximum of law, fraud exists not from the monument of discovery but iii fact·under rules of law from the moment of the fraudulent act; therefore, as the 41st U.S. Congress had no lawful authority to create a federal corporation for the usurpation of the sovereign right from We the People therein defaulting on the Constitutional contract between We the People or the Republic. and Whereas, the office of the President, is nothing but the CEO of the fraudulent 12 · Corporation, the Congress nothing but the board of directors for the de-facto 13 14-~ . 16 w '{.. 17~ !i' ~, 18 '•, 19'li[; .20 21 22 23 24 25 26 .corporation; therein, creating a constitutional crisis in 1871 therefore, no ACT, LIGISLATION, BILL, LAW, issued passed and/or signed from 1871 until now including . . . ' the moreresent issues of the resident of the White House by executiveorders,or signed alleged laws have any standing. Which would include, but not limited to the executive' . . . ' ' ; order concerning immigration, et.,.al is/are null and void. Limited JURISDICTION Appointed Whereas, the US Federal Court is the Court of Competent Constitutional Common Law ·'· Jurisdiction under the Republic Constitution of the united states for America,.·' . . ;:_ understanding the Judiciary was created under the Constitution of the Republic for America therein by oath a federal judge has either sworn to the constitution of the corporation of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, or an oath bound to the constitution ofthe united states for America, if the judge swore an.oath to the former corporate constitution than that judge is in dishonor of office and there~y holds no office in the Republic for the united states for Amer.ca, if the judge is sworn the later than the 27 · judge is boundby the Constitution for America and justice must prevail over corporate.. ' . -. . . - . - . . . ' -~ 28 · fraud created by the Act1871. thereby, the cQurt mustupbold the rule of Constitutional 29 30 31 32 Law therein; bound by law to stand above and/or outside of the corporate fraud ofl87l. ' ' . Act; Equity, Corporate, Comlllercial, Business, Torts, and/or Admiralty /Mariti~e Law, ·and/or Ecclesiastical/ Canon Law notwithstanding, as mandated under International Treaty Law,. International Common Law having Jurisiliction as established within the [Summary of pleading] - 14
  15. 15. .· 1 : following issues of jurisprudence; as the full nature of et-al claims, charges, acts, and/or , 2 Crimes Against Humanity deprivation of Human Rights as committed by the Defendant 3 4 5 6 Class in full or in part have been committed not just against the Petitioner/Plaintiff, but .· have been committed against the entire population of the immigrant class, most regularly suffered against the poorest and/or most helpless of the Sovereign Population as well ~s ..·. individuals/foreigners of many other nations. These acts of fraud, extortion, as well as 7. . betrayal of the Creators "We the People," then subvert the Common Law(s) and/or the 8 very judiciary system therein, defrauding and/or depriving any chance for the general 9 · population of "We the People," by ignorance, and/or manipulation ofthe LAW, i.e. Color 10 11 12 13 14 'i' 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 of Law, wherein, we the people having no understanding but by manipulation standing under the system of alleged rules which attempt to deprive all 'We the People" of our Human Rights and/or in the redress of grievances arising from the misapplication and/or usurpation of alleged authority of the De-facto statutes ofEquity, Corporate, Commercial, Business, Torts, and/or Admiralty /Maritime Law, and/or Ecclesiastical• .. • . ' ··;I Law, the.-eby, supplanting the De-jure Common Law, and Divine Right given to. all Sovereign Men (gender not specific) thereby, established by Contract i.e. Constitution of the united state~ for America and between the Sovereign "We the People" et-al Men and thereby created legal fiction corporate governments, wherein, the control of the alleged system of De-fa~to courts as stated above thl:'oug~ ~~onomic and/or monetary restrictions by way of court costs and/or fees, so as to have any ruling issued in the favor oftheI . , . . . . Sovereign Individuals who may be in the way of the corporate interests and/or tyrannical actions in self preservation of the system of fraud who than impose the way/system through any issue of self-serving judicial, legislative, and/or executiveusurpation of the Common Law. The fact of this is/are beyond contention. This is even i1eightened by the fact after imposing the ruling rendered from a so-called de-facto judge, people will be' . ·.' . . . . . victimized even to the point of being imprisoned or even killed to remove the Sovereign ' Rights of We the People from any illegal taldng and/or estoppels ofoutright theft of the. ' . . .. · ;, . . private property of the Life, Liberty, Freedom ofPetitioner/Plaintifrs.class. This fact will,. ' ' . . . . be further outlined within the balance of this action. 1. Jurisdiction of this court arises standing under International Treaty Law, ,. International Crimes Against Humanity Law (as stated above), and 28 U.S.C. §. . .~ - '. ' . . . ' 1331, 1337, 1343(a), and 1367(a); 42 U.S.C. §. 1983 (civil action for deprivation of [Summary of pleading] - 15
  16. 16. 1 ' 2 3 4 '5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 rights), 1985(3) (conspiracy to interfere with civil rights), 1988 (proceedings in vindication of civil rights); 18 U.S.C. 1341; 18 U.S.C. 1511. Hobbs Act 18 U.S.C. §· 1951 (a-b) 2. Jurisdiction of this court for the pendent claims is authorized by F.R.Civ.P. 18(a), and arises under the doctrine of pendent jurisdiction as set forth in United Mine Workers v. Gibbs, 383 U.S. 715 (1966). COMPLAINT COMES NOW, Gregory L. Peck, (A.R.R.) a.sovereign man offlesh and blood, blood flowing, not anartificial corporate creation of the corporate state, acting as counsel and Attorney in fact for the Petitioner/Plaintiff class in a third party intervener, occupant of the general Executrix Office owner/ beneficiary is the h-older·of the p~ivate property Peck estate, now stands before this LIMITED JURISDICTION COMMON LAW FEDERAL 13 ·. COURT, by mandate under International Common Law, setting aside the lesser forms of ,14 (. 15 16 17 ~{ 18 i.-- 19'(-~ '·. 20 ,21 22 23: 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 judicial fiction brought about by the misapplication and/or usurpation of alleged' .. . . authority ofthe De-facto statutesof corporation Federal G~vernment UNITED STATES. . ' ' . ~ . ' . OF AMERICA i.e. Corporation, Equity, Commercial, Business, Torts, and/or Admiralty /Maritime Law/ as well as Ecclesiastical Law of Ba-al, having an answer-as well as the demand estoppels upon the court in the first matter of de-facto functioning 'as ~ court of Equity, Commercial, Business, Torts. Therein Petitioner/Plaintiff claims the Writ/Right ,. Of Remedy; in the second matter, acting as a court of Admiralty /Maritime, Petitioner/ Plaintiff claims the Writ/Right of Cure And Maintenance; as for the third matter of the Writ ofEcclesiasticalLaw over the demon-ocracy of Ba-al, Petitioner/Plaintiff class is/are., of Living Flesh and Blood sentient being, created by YHVH in his likeness Endowed with Mind, Body, and Soul does not bow to Ba-al nor dose this court have ownership or control ofPetitioner/Plaintiff's Ecclesiastic So~l. Herein, Petitioner/Plaintiff are and as. - . ' . . . ~ Sovereign individuals alleges and complains as follows: l.)The alleged defendant de-facto officers did for~ibly stop and/ordetain, deport,. . . . ' .and cause damage to the Petitioner/Plaintiff as.well as families in violation of the Human Rights thereby, did under color of law/code stemming from unconstitutional enforcement of alleged FederalCorporation code upon a Sovereign Man, Petitioner/Plaintiff, thereby, depriving the Petitioner/Plaintiff his/their rights of life, liberty,.or property without Due Process of law, or denied [Summary of pleading) - 16
  17. 17. L 2 3 4 5 6. 7 8, 9 10 11 12 13 .14 ) 15 18 {~; 19 .·.;, 20 21 equal protection of the laws, in violation of the constitution of united states for America, as well as the UN UNIVERS~L DECL.ARATIQN .OF. HUMAN RIGHTS, and. 2.) As stated above, the alleged de-facto officers were/are acting for the de-facto legal fiction Corporation known as the UNITED STATES OF ~MERICA, and did further damage the Petitioner/Plaintiff by holding Petitioner/Plaintifrs private life, liberty, property, in an act of extortion demanding.a sum o.f money as well as requiring Plaintifrs submission to alleged Immigration rules without due process thereby, not only violating Petitioner/Plaintifrs Human Rights but in fact did commit tbe crime of the out right theft of Petitioner/ Plaintifrs private property, this crime was furtber grieves as the acts were committed under threat as well as by implied force as the alleged de-facto offers did and/or still impression/deport Petitioner/Plaintiff by tbreat,·corrosion, imprisonment, and/or depo'rtation to one as well as being armed and known to act with violence against any person or party' ' - ,· ,: . ' who might try to appose these unconstitutional unlawful acts, and,· Whereas, Plaintiffs seek injunctive and declaratory relief on behalf of ~II individuals currently in the custody and/or subject for deportation of and who, in the future, will be in the cust~dy of the defendants on the basis ofthe immigration hold (Equitable Relief Class). Plaintiffs also seek to bar Defendants from prolonging the detention or deportation of members ofthe class beyond the time that the federal and/or state law 22 ·mandates release solely on tbe basis of an immigration hold not supported by a probable .23 ' cause determination and/or. due process in a ~ederal Court ofLaw as these actions are of 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 a constitutionall_lnd treaty matter of international law. Wbereas, the defendant class bas failed to provide; any signed or acknowledged performanc~ contract having been signed with full disclosure of the true nature of et-al adhered terms and/or conditions in full transparency between et-alparties meaning the alleged constitutional authority (used herein as reference only), to have any authority to deprive the Petitioner/Plaintiff class of ~ife, Liberty, and/or property. and, INTRODUCTION CAUSE AND EFFECT [Summary of pleading] - 17
  18. 18. .· 1 Vhereas, This action arises out of Defendants' conspiracy to commit violation(s) under .. 2 · color of alleged Immigration codes to deprive Petitioner/Piaintifrs of Human rights, by 3 4 5 6 7 usurpation/ fraud/ extortion/dishonor of office, upon "Petitioner/Plaintiff" in order to deprive Pctitioner/Plaintifrs of personal private property, unilaterally, without the constitutionally guaranteed Due Process Of Law for the private/public monetary gain of et-al defendants. and, 8 Whereas, the causes of action brought are (1) violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1983 (due process 9 and equal protection clauses), (2) violation of 42 U.S.C. §. 1985(3) (conspiracy), (3) fraud 10 by omission and nondisclosure, (4) common law conspiracy, (5) conspiracy to commit 11 extortion Hobbs Act 18 U.S.C. § 1951 (a-b), and (6) trespass ofprivacy as well as private 12 property to be secure in Petitioner/Plaintiffprivate property and effects, the theft of, 13 :which was without the constitutional guarantee of due process, as well as Crimes Against Humanity deprivation of Human Rights, as stated and/or listed above. and, 15 16 ·,), ,:::';!17 ·{,:,19 ;; 20 21 22 Wher~as, the. under lining allegations charged and/or alleged crimes committed against the Petitio~er/Plaintiff all arise from fraud wherein, the defendant ciass through the first. . fraud of th~ Act·of 1871 , et-al by means of fraudulent malfeasance thro~gh acts of out right frau({by omission, create a legal fiction corporate and/or trust e~tity by committing an act of identity theft/fraud, by way of conversion of the Sovereign People into, by title of a legal fiction corporation, (as.shown above) and/or a trust~ thereby, rendering the Sovereign Man (gender not specific)into a 14th Amendment indentured servant/slave, as 23 :,;will be outlined herein after. and, 24 25 Whereas, there is an agreed understanding there needs to be in place a system to screen 26 the unlawful and/or criminal elements such as drugs, convicted criminals and violent 27 offenders fr~m entering the US; this cann~t bedone at the deprivation ofthe Rights of 28 the others: Nor is it possible to charge someone of committing a crime '~hen the agency or 2 9 ·agent making the charges is either it self in violation of the commission of a crime and/or 30 has no lawful authority in the first case. and, 31 32 Whereas, Further, Defendant class and/or any defendant, or any agency thereof, SHOW. . . .. , ' ' . [Summary of pleading) - 18
  19. 19. ':·· 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CAUSE of any signed performance contract that adheres Petitioner/Plaintiff to any cause ofaction taken by the defendant class having any constitutional 'j authority~ Further, the defendant class must and/or until now has failed to Show Cause·> with respeCt of any claim therein, to provided proofof de~facto implied commercial action(s) which provide any jurisdiction to detain, restrict, impression, and/or deport Petitioner/ Plaintiff, in alleged color of law. and, Whereas, Additionally, the Immigration Codes are in violation of the Ninth and Tenth Amendment(s); SEE Bond vs. United States, 564 U.S. (2011), as well as Petitioner/ PlaintifPs common as well as natural law rights, Petitioner/Plaintiff alleges all Statutory Regulations are in violation of Petitioner/Plaintiff's common law and natural rights as protected by the Ninth as well as the Tenth Amendments of the Bill ofRights, therein, are · 13 an extension of the legal fiction corporation ofthe Federal, State, CQunty, Municipalities, Judicial, an<f/ordepartments/agency, usurpation of/by color of law to frau~ulently deprive Petitioner/ Plaintiff/We the People ofoui-UNALIENABLE Rights. and, 14 15 16 17 , - ,• 'I • • Whereas, tlte Maximum of Fraud is in fact the fraud is not from when the act is 18 · idiscovered but fmm the moment of the act, thereby, any alleged acts, allegations, charges, 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 even alleged violations of alleged rules, codes, color of laws, are null and void on the face as the foundation of the charges are and/or have been charged against the Sovereign individuals. Further the Maximum of fraud that nothing may be gained by the act of fraud. Whereas, premises is considered given this fraudulent act/policy is continued iit every r . ' . branch and/or department of every municipal and/or corporate level of legal fiction corporate government, against every Sovereign Man, Woman, and Child, thereby once '!• .. enacted "We the People" become legal fictions thereby, not protected by the Constitution of the united states for America. Therein, being reduced to.the status of indentured •. - ' . i: . servants i.e. slaves, held as c()llateral against the legal fiction corporate debt as acquired by the leveraging of the legal fiction (!orporate bond instruments commonly known as corporate citizens. [Summary of pleading] - 19
  20. 20. .· 1 2 . 3 4 - 5 6 7 8 9 10 Judicial Notice of Human Rights Whereas,The Constitution united states for America declares that; Article IX ·. ' • The enumeration in the Constitution, ofcertain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. Article X • The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states, respectively, or to the people. Affidavit of Right to enjoy the Life, Liberty, Property etc, Whereas, Petitioner/Plaintiffis/are NOT 14th Amendment legal fiction "person," 11 · corporate citizens, thereby are not under the Jurisdiction of the Federal Corporation. 12 13 ' 14 ,l 15 ·t~;~6 .-~.·.~d:·7 19 and, Whereas, an argument that the Petitioner/Plaintiff Sovereign Rights cannot be held at a lesse~ standard than anoth_er individuals Sovereign Rights in accordance within U.N. UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS et-al established standards of human rights. Tlterefore, it is well established_Human Right that the dghUo travel is the Petitioner/Plaintiff rigid thereby, cannot be denied. and, 20 Whereas, Petitioner/Plaintiff constitutional Sovereign Human Rights to use and 21 travel is not subject to the control of the artificially created legal fiction corporation 22 and/or its subsidiaries, as in said corporations only havelimited authority in regulating 23 commerce within the corporation fraudulently created. Petitioner/Plaintiffin fact is not effectively connected with the artificial legal fiction corporate Federal, State of24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 California, ct-al having no authority to regulate the Petitioner/Plaintifrs private Life, Liberty, and Property and/or the use thereof. and, Whereas, Petitioner/Plaintiffsdo hold Lawful'internationally recognized (having even been recognized by the USA Corporation), World Passports and/or are World Citizens' . ; .. ' . thereby having the right to travel and/or to take up residence within any state under the' ... .··,·, ... - United Nati;ons charterdo now.stand as lawfui immigrants with lawful right to enter and/or live within this and/or these united states. and, [Summary of pleading) - 20
  21. 21. . '. 1 : 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Whereas, ANY action against the Human Rights of Petitioner/Plaintiff's by a alleged de- · facto corporate officer or ANY other public servant or employee that carries a fine or jail' time as a penalty or sanction, thus converting a right into an alleged crime/ privilege, is thus NULL and VOID. Under every circumstance without exception, legal fiction corporate government de-facto officials must hold the Constitution of the Republic of the united states for America (1789) supreme over ANY other laws, regulations or orders. Whereas, every executive, legislative, and/or judicial officer has or should have sworn an oath of office (the written signed proof ther~o£ is hereby demanded) to protect the lives, property a~1d rights of the We the People of these united states for America and the several states under th~ supreme law ofthe l~nd. ANY act to deprive "We the People" .Man oftheir constitutionally protected rights is a direct violation of their oath of office, is a felony and a federal crime. Title 42 US~ (civil rights), Title 18 USC (criminal code), Title 28 USC (civil code) "The Senators andRepresentatives before mentioned, and the Members ofthe several stateLegislature, and all executive andjudicial officers, both ofthe United States.and ofthe several states. Shall be bound by Oath or affirmation, to support this Constitution "" U.S. Constitution, Article 6 . ~ ' ' ·. . Whereas, ANY action by de-facto quasi executive de-facto officer, officer of the court, public servant or legal fiction corporate government official to assert by unlawful alleged authority und~r the "color of law" will be. cortstrued as a direct and willful violation of Petitioner/Plaintiff's .constitutionally protected rights; ai1d '~ithvi~lati~~ ~nd/or harms in. . . any way the Plaintiffwill be prosecuted to the fullest extent ofAmeric~n law. and, .. ' ''Officers ofthe court have no immunitY, when violating a constitutional right, from liability)or they are deemed to know the law!" ·.. ·.Owen v.Jndependence, 100 S.C.T.1398, 445 US 622 "The courts arc not bound by an officer's interpretation of the law under which he presumes to act." - Hoffsomer v. Hayes, 92 Okla 32, 227 ],f. 417 "Public officials are not immunefrom suit when they transcend their/awful authority by invading rights." AFLCIO v. Woodward~ 406 F2d 137 t.,., "When a judge acts wherebe or shedoes not have jurisdiction to act, the judge is engaged in an act or Acts Of Treason." Cohens v. Virginia, 19 US (6Wheat) 264,404, 5L~d 257 (1871)/ US vWill449,US200, 216,101 S Ct, 471,66 LEd2nd392, 406 (1980) [Summary of pleading] - 21
  22. 22. : ..' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13. 14 15 16 17.. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 "No legislator or executive or judicial officer can war against the Constitution without. violating his undertaking to support it." Cooper v. Aaron; 358 U.S. 1, 78 s:ct. 1401 (1958) "The court is to protect against any encroachment of Constitutionally s'ecured liberties." Boyd v. U.S., 616 "The Constitution ofthese United States is the supreme law of the land. Any law that is repugnant.to the Constitution.is Null and Void of law" Marbury v. Madison, 5 US 137 "Ministerial officers are incompetent to receive grants of judicial power from the legislature, their acts in attempting to exercise such powers are necessarily nullities" Burns v. Sup., Ct., SF, 140 .Cal.l. "Whoever, under color ofany law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects· anyperson in any State. Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation ofany rights, privileges, or immunities secured orprotected by the Constitution.or IOYJS ofthe.UnitedStates, or to differentpunishments, pains, or penalties, on account ofsuch person being an alien, or by reason ofhis color, or race, than are prescribedfor thepunishment ofcitizens, shall befined under this title or imprisoned not more than oneyear, or both;and if~odily injury resultsfrom the acts committed in violation ofthis ~ection or ifsuch acts indude the use, attempted use, or threatened use ofa dangerous weapon, explosives, orfire, shall befined under this title or imprisoned not more tha1~ ten years, or both; and ifdeath resultsfrom the acts commi(ted in violation ofthis section or ifsuch acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravatedsexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravatedsexual abuse, or an attemptto kill, shall befined under this title, or imprisonedfor any teriJt ofyears or for ,life, orboth, or maybe sentencedto death. "'18 U~C §242 · Whereas, The Petitioner/Plaintiff.class also certifies Pursuant to Title 28 USC §1746(1) and executed "without the UnitedStates",the Petitioner/Plaintiff affirm under penalty of ·perjury under the·laws of the united states for America that the foregoing is true and correct, tothe bestofPetitioner/Plaintiffs belief and informedlmowledge. As lmowledge' ' . . . ·' 25 ·is ever expanding, the deponent reserves all rights, which may apply to amend this 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 document at any time·. and, CLAIM for DAMAGES WHEREFORE, as the Petitioner/Plaintiffs is/arc on very limited funds thereby, not having the ~bility ~o promote the Plaintiffs pursuit of life, liberty, and,property defendant .class therefore, and thereby having been damaged severely this Petitioner/ Plaintiff. arid, [SUmmary o~ pleading] - 22
  23. 23. ; 1 Therefore, the Petitioner/Plaintiff hereby demands Judgment, including interest, against 2 all defendants, jointly and severally, for actual, general, special, compensatory damages 3 · in the amount of $120,000.00 US Dollars per unlawful act committed against each 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Petitioner/Plaintiff's, with the exception ofthe Rhea Espinosa family as will be described in the following briefthe damages sustained in this matter involve three minor children who are in fact American Citizens having been deprived of their rightful entry into the USA for over the past two years this family is demanding, $1,170,000 in additional damanges, in as much as the Defendant's, Court officers, quasi de-facto Defendant Officers et-al charged as individuals each, for the depravation ofPetitioner/ Plaintiff's Human rights as well a,s loss of the use ofPetitioner/ Plaintiff's personal private property, as well as $5,000.00, per day against Defendant for each day their Human Rights are continued to be deprived by Defendants class. Additionally, Petitioner/ Plaintiff's further deman(}s the defendant provide}awful visa's to be entered in the World Passports as has been accepted as shown as by exhibits herein attached. Thereby having lawful standing as established under the above list~d Human Rights Laws without being turned into 14th amendment indentured servants. Individual briefs ofPetitioner/Plaintiffs to follow to show case by case Human rights violations. Whereas, Further deponent saith not. As counsel for Petitioner/Plaintiff now affix his signature and official seal to all ofthe above WITH EXPLICIT RESERVATION OF ALL OF PETITIONER/ PLAINTIFF'S UNALIENABLE RIGHTS, WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO ANY OF THOSE RIGHTS, The International Common Law Court Of Justice A Lawful Judicial Body Constituted under Common Law and The Law ofNations Brussels International Criminal Court Po Box 19519,2500 CM, The Hague,The Netherlands otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int [Summary of pleading] - 23
  24. 24. .· ...- Client List with signatures Exhibit IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE IIAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS THISt.adtJ>AY OF Augusb 2015 at Los Angeles, Califombia . 6201 Holmes Ave., L.A., CA 90001 Address Address IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS THISUttJDAY OF August, 2015 at Los Angeles, California 6201 Holmes Ave., Los Angeles, CA90001 Address
  25. 25. Petitioner/ Plaintiff List Daniel Camacho Mendez Miguel Deras Vazquez Maria Lopez Chaves Josefina Flores Lopez ' ·~ Ramon Antonio Nufiez-Ramos o5
  26. 26. Angie Mairim Nunez '/1;-eI /Jfn;eJ:z.a - /- Uv~e.l Mo.. Juan Miguel Pineda Lopez Gerson Adonias Sanchez Nieves Alfonso Licea Marias
  27. 27. -. - .. :- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE .a:.a.£.~.u OF AUGUST, 2015 at ~~.~...£.·~ 6201 Holmes Ave., Los ANgeles, CA 90001 6201 Holmes Ave., L.A., CA 90001 6201 Holmes Ave., L.A., CA 90001 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS TmS 06 DAY OF April, 2015 at /)d.3o OH2 D}Wc;:V',sc/;rqp/ ()./) #13 ~i/@ Zq qrDNJ- (il tName of Principal) Signed in the presence of: 0 i)iJD ~"D P-t'vu ..schoe>/ /lf) Address#JJ /)DtvP0 (];, ptDd-ii.L -=r;;:0s J)era£ ~eL lt$2'1 !lUi's «
  28. 28. CERTIFICATION OF SIG ATURE, OR PHOTOCOPY OF IDENTITY PAPERS, OR PRINT OF RIGHT INDEX FINGER . . On this 0 day of -:::f'c:.t~e. , 2015, before me _A..fo...,.; o t/}t(qJta e~, 1{/,;lt;J.ry ;Jk;IJ'<. came ~e--f.l/r. ~ L... t> P P -z- known to me and known by me to be the person who executed the foregoing applicati6n, and he/she thereupon duly acknowledged to me that he/she executed the . ---- -·--- -- -· --- -----. ·o· ., . . ~ ,JN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS TIDS 1~ DAY OF :lf~AII(2otsat Las A=n5-...e.J-e?..s, CA . . · Ucuro ~rdt. flrruq . (Print Name ofPrincipal)
  29. 29. . ' K liN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS TWSt] DAY OF .J1311.1~ 2015 at · Signed in the presence of: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, WE HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR HANDS THISOJDAY OF !u.Lf.2015 at '2IJ/ /lr?IMesAifz..., La~ kgek.S; ~/ f {/()()1 . (Print Name ofP · cipal) _!__. Signed in the presence of:. ,/fvt-foP-rb£_j{;f;t~t/- _..,.,.;¥:~------ tf/;1~/ 6/~~ Address ? &?.f o-'frer-;~....,.!lla;,j~~......~.......-...t~ ANTONIO VILLANUEVA _ Commission# 1958982 ~ • Notary Public • California ~ J Los Angeles County ~ '; • 4 • 6 .Ml~o= tx~r:zslioJ!OJV!l
  30. 30. (Print Name ofrmteip;tl) (1:~ Si~ture and p te .. I . •~;~t1 I. ' v··!:<l{',... , I Signed in the presence of: ANTONIO VILlANUEVA Commission # 1958982 Notary Public •California Los Angeles County .. My Comm. Expires Nov30, 2015
  31. 31. • cl EXHIBIT A Pages 1-7 WORLD SERVICEAUTHORITt WORLD OFFIC~: 5'JhomasCircle, NW, Washinglon, DC20005 Tel: (202) 6J8·2662 rax: (202)6J8·063S Founded in 1954 to implement universal human right~ H·mnll: info@worldlervice.org AUMINISTRATION Internet: hup://www.world~ervice.org DavidGallup, Prc~idenl WORLD CITIZEN GOVERNMENT GarryDuvis PnundcrIV11rldCoordlnalor The World Passport, a valid and legal document affirming the human right to freedom of movement, was conceived originally as a neutral and global document ofidentity and, along the lines ofthe Nansen and International Refugee Organization passports, as a travel document for stateless persons, refugees, and victims ofpolitical, social, and economic discrimination. The fact that the United States is a Member-State ofthe United Nations signifies that its governmental representatives, including authorities which you direct, are bound to "promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms [such as the right to travel] for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion" (Article 55, U.N. Charter, emphasis added). Furthermore, "All Member-States pledge themselves to take joint and separate action in cooperation with the Organization for the achievement ofthe purposes set forth in Article 55." (Article 56, U.N. Charter). Specifically, the failure to recognize the World Passport is a violation ofArticle 13, Sections (1) and (2), ofthe Universal Declaration which state: "Everyone has the right to freedom ofmovement and residence within the borders ofeach state" and "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country" and Article 12(2) ofthe International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights which states: "Everyone shall be free to leave any country, including his own." The World Passport derives its customary international law validity from the de jure and de facto recognition ofthe passport. The World Passport has been accepted de jure (officially) by 6 countries (Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Mauritania, Tanzania, Togo, and Zambia) and has been accepted on a defacto (case-by-case) basis by more than 160 countries, including the United States (please find copies attached ofvisa/entry/exit stamps from the United States). The passport also derives its international human rights law basis from documents that further affirm the right to freedom oftravel such as the 1951 Convention and 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status ofRefugees, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and other regional and multilateral agreements, to which all governments are bound either under treaty law or customary international law. For an elaboration ofspecific obligations binding the United States, please refer to the addendum following this letter. 1
  32. 32. We are confident that as a representative ofthe people in the United States, which desires to fulfill its human rights obligations, you will ensure that Petitioner/Plaintiffs fundamental rights will be upheld, including his right to travel and that the appropriate travel visa will be issued upon his presentation ofhis World Passport. PHOTOCOPIES OF VISA/ENTRY/EXIT STAMPS FROM THE UNITED STATES 2 I l I I i I 1 II I I 1 Il I I I (If:"·'·~. IL.._i ~--: I .--· I i~ ~ I:); ;.:: l .··• ..• I :-:; .::b ' 8
  33. 33. 12 VI- f llis4si Visadc.• I BJ.t~W f .;:.;~t:J• /ifa/Vizoj t-; .. :·C. ··"·'l"'·''f='< ;•.v.;..;..,,...>;,.,..,,.. ..•• ~ 12. VI""• f Vis4if Vlsiuto•/ B~i>ll ~~:.rl /5a1VIroj 1.3 13 ._;, .. 3 -:J!·t~~g~j::arv.~·~-.:. .. •...~ .. t ;:; ~!':~··· .,~.: . .. (."H::•. f(.tM~:,·~· ..,._ .;Jr...-·•.J~'t.Ui,.";. + ... •....... t •·~;Wr•j. .;i:.'f .ij ( i ..·I J I
  34. 34. .. 21 -;:r<J() ·.. ·SFl206Cf lf ttl~:s/oy 7/~s/o3 --·-----------~---·"' '. i t 17. Vins/Viso.rtirosMoiltBitli.!l. · .:.~l:.i'•'•aiVIzoj 'jf) 10?0 lrpfrovd ,.J.-~.~~:~...~~ ;.~_...__.:, ·, :,-...;.--~~~-----...,..;..,"'-'- 'i;·--· ~ ··~--· "":'t~~·;-~:·';.""'-t:.-:'-~-:·-:·"s --""~;~·--, ';''.:--.:~ -::,~- .. ~~·-:"".- -:··. -·-- '! .rl~asrrua~rvis!ldo~IBnJl.rt ·.,;;,t~(d(I •ta:/Vizoj iJ. 16. ADDENDUM PART I . , ·_:.' .l ' ~ The following is a list ofthe human rights obligations on the Government ofthe United States with regard to Petitioner/Plaintiff 4
  35. 35. : . The United States' Obligation to Respect the Right to Freedom ofMovement and to Recognize the World Passport The following declarations and treaties, which the United States has ratified, along with the United States Constitution, obligate the Government ofthe United States to recognize the validity and legality ofthe World Passport and to respect the fundamental human rights of Petitioner/Plaintiff, such as the right to travel and the right to possess the passport. The following list ofmultilateral treaties and international conventions are not exhaustive and are not the only sources ofobligation for the United States to recognize the validity and legality ofthe World Passport. The Government ofthe United States must respect Petitioner/Plaintiff right to travel using the World Passport, no matter the "national origin" status with which Petitioner/Plaintiffmay be associated. Charter of the United Nations (Signed in San Francisco on 26 June 1945 by United Nations member states) Member-States are required to uphold all declarations or treaties promulgated by the United Nations, including the UN Charter. Failure to uphold these declarations or treaties is illegal under international treaty law and customary international law. • Article 55 states: Governmental Representatives are bound to "promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion." • Article 56 states: "All Member-States pledge themselves to take joint and separate action in cooperation with the Organization for the achievement ofthe purposes set forth in Article 55." Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Adopted in Paris by the General Assembly ofthe United Nations on 10 December 1948) Member-States are required to uphold all declarations promulgated by the United Nations, including the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights. Failure to uphold these declarations is illegal under customary international law. This requirement is outlined in the Charter ofthe United Nations. Articles 2, 6 and 13 ofthe Declaration require signatories to uphold fundamental human rights such as freedom ofidentification and travel. • Article 2, states: "Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction ofany kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis ofthe political, jurisdictional or international status ofthe country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation ofsovereignty". • Article 6, states: "Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." • Article 13 Section (1) states: "Everyone has the right to freedom ofmovement and residence within the borders ofeach state." • Article 13 Section (2) states: "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country." • Article 16 states that: "Everyone shall have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (Adopted by the United States on 8 June 1992) 5
  36. 36. I • As a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the government is obligated to respect the right offreedom ofmovement. • The Preamble states that Signatories reaffirm their obligation: "under the Charter ofthe United Nations to promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and freedoms." • Article 2(1) states that: "Each State Party to the present Covenant undertakes to respect and to ensure to all individuals within its territory and subject to its jurisdiction the rights recognized in the present Covenant, without distinction ofany kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status." • Article 12(1) states: "Everyone lawfully within the territory ofa State, shall within that territory, have the right to liberty ofmovement and freedom to choose his residence." • Article 12(2) states: "Everyone shall be free to leave any country, including his own." The American Convention on Human Rights (Signed by the United States on 1 June 1977, binding under customary international law) • The Preamble affirms that "the essential rights ofman are not derived from one's being a national ofa certain state, but are based upon attributes ofthe human personality, and that they therefore justify international protection in the form ofa convention reinforcing or complementing the protection provided by the domestic law ofthe American states." • Article 3 states: "Every person has the right to recognition as a person before the law." • Article 22 Section (1) and (2) state: "Every person lawfully in the territory ofa State Party has the right to move about in it, and to reside in it subject to the provisions ofthe law." and "Every person has the right to leave any country freely, including his own." American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man (Adopted by the Organization ofAmerican States in 1948, the American Declaration ofthe Rights and Duties ofMan is binding on the United States under customary international law) • The Preamble states: "The American States have on repeated occasions recognized that the essential rights ofman are not derived from the fact that he is a national ofa certain State, but are based upon attributes ofhis human personality...The international protection ofthe rights ofman should be the principle guide ofan evolving American law." • Article II states: "All persons are equal before the law and have the rights and duties established in this Declaration, without distinction as to race, sex, language, creed, or any other factor." • Article XVII states: "Every person has the right to be recognized everywhere as a person having rights and obligations, and to enjoy the basic civil rights." Constitution of the United States (Ratified on 21 June 1788) • Article VI states: "All treaties made, or which shall be made under the Authority ofthe United States, shall be supreme Law ofthe Land..." • The Ninth Amendment to the US Constitution states: "The enumeration in the Constitution ofcertain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." One ofthese un-enumerated rights is the right to identify oneselfas a human being/world citizen and to identify oneselfwith documentation to that effect, i.e. the WSA World Passport. 6
  37. 37. PART II Should the Government ofUnited States make a negative determination contravening the above- mentioned treaties and customary international law, we expect that the Government will provide written proof, based on the Government's national laws or statutes, that it does not recognize the World Passport. Without reference to a specific law, please be advised that whatever a government does not expressly prohibit, it implicitly allows. With this in mind, the WSA requests that the United States' Government support a failure to recognize the legitimacy ofthe World Passport by providing legal proofthat national statutes, national immigration laws, or the Constitution prohibit the Government from recognizing specifically the World Passport. Even ifthe Government could cite a national law to support a refusal to officially recognize the World Passport, the Government must then be able to legally explain how that law conforms to the Government's duty to uphold fundamental human rights according to the United Nations Charter, the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the American Convention on Human Rights, and the Constitution ofthe United States. Furthermore, we are not aware ofany definition ofthe term "passport" and "competent authority" anywhere in the Foreign Affairs Manual or the Immigration and Nationality Act that excludes specifically the World Passport. INA Section 101 (a)(30) states: "The term 'passport' means any travel document issued by competent authority showing the bearer's origin, identity, and nationality ifany, which is valid for the admission ofthe bearer into a foreign country." However, it fails to define what a "competent authority" is for the purposes ofrecognizing the World Service Authority as a legitimate issuing authority ofWorld Passports. The World Passport falls under the United States Government definition of"passport" and the WSA is a competent issuing authority because the World Passport clearly indicates the bearer's origin, identity, and nationality or political allegiance (world citizenship). The bearer's world citizenship status is identified on the passport as it is issued by the World Government ofWorld Citizens' administrative branch, the World Service Authority. Additionally, the definition of"passport" includes the phrase "nationality ifany" (emphasis added), which reveals that nationality is irrelevant to one's right to travel. Moreover, the U.S. Government has on many occasions on a de facto basis recognized the World Passport by placing immigration, entry, and exit stamps in World Passports. This recognition confirms the U.S. Government's on-going acceptance ofthe World Service Authority as a competent authority. Because the US Constitution under Article VI, affirms that "all treaties made, or which shall be made under the Authority ofthe United States, shall be supreme Law of the Land...", any foreign affairs manual or immigration laws notwithstanding, the U.S. Government, therefore is obliged to uphold the human rights upon which the World Passport is based and, in tum, the passport. Consequently, the Government ofthe United States is obliged to uphold Petitioner/Plaintiff right to freedom oftravel, to use the World Passport as identification, and to respect fundamental human rights. 7
  38. 38. WORLD OFFICE E-mail: info@worldservice.org ADMINISTRATION 5 Thomas Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20005 Tel: (202) 638-2662 Fax: (202) 638-0638 Internet: http://www.worldservice.org David Gallup, President WORLD CITIZEN GOVERNMEN1 Garry Davis Founder I World Coordinator 17 June, 2015 To Whom This May Concern: This letter hereby certifies that Mr. Gregory L. Peck, whose photographic image appears at the bottom ofthis affidavit, is a Member ofthe Sovereign Order ofWorld Guards (SOWG). ·The Sovereign Order ofWorld Guards seeks to promote, protect and advocate for universal respect for human rights throughout the world.· The mandate for the World Guards is reaffirmed by the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights, in particular Articles 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 19, 20, 28, and 29. The SOWG is affiliated with the World Service Authority~ founded in 1954 to implement universal human rights. As a World Guards Member, Mr. Peck is empowered to offer mediation assistance to disputing parties in situations ofconflict within his community, to ensure that the rights ofall parties are upheld. .We thank you for your recognition ofMr. Peck's World Guard status. ~:ADMINISTRATION WorldService Authority. Washington, DC Headquarters World Service Authority and the human-embracing-the-globe logo are service marks or registered service marks ofthe World Service Authority (WSA) throughout the world. 8Printed on Recycle
  39. 39. UNITED STATES DISTRICTCOURT,CENTRAL DISTRICTOF CAUFORNIA CIVILCOVERSHEET I. (a! PLA~FFS ( Checkbox ifyou are representing yourself O ) DEFENDANTS (Checkbox ifyou are representingyourself 0 ) 0d.IUei t ().1)<:i.. Ck" M€..( c:1e Z- f?Jl fHTM JtPr #Ill#~l~p ,YiC4t>ti'l. I i-t.. <5t£ A-TTAcHEO PLJI,urtrF l1ST) 'tfi-~;';el'a·rtt>v (b) County ofResidence of First Listed Plaintiff (EXCEPTIN US.PWNTIFFCASES} /...OJ AtV.L.I4~nty of Residence of First listed Defendant (IN U.S. PLAINTIFFCASESONLY} (c) M.to111e)'! (Firm Name, AddressandTelephoneNu/1)~ Ifyou are :Rev. s.T.-GregocyT:;P"eekA.lUClVt:'J1..'. 33° %1407 Dunswell Ave. Hacienda Hts., California 91745 CP 626~290-9882 II. BASIS OF JURISDICTION (Place an Xin one box only.) 0 1. U.S. Government ~·FederalQuestion (U.S. . Plaintiff Government Not a Party) 0 2. US. Government Defendant 0 4. Diversity(Indicate Otizenship ofParties in Item Ill) Attorneys (Firm Name,AddressandTelephone Number) Ifyou are representingyourself, providethe sameinformation. Ill. Cl JZENSHIP OF PRINCIPAL PARTIEs-For Divers!~ CasesOnly (Place an Xin one boxfor plaintiffand onefor defendant) PTF DEF P1'F DEF Cltl fThl Sta 0 1 0 1 Incorporated or Principal Place 0 4 0 4zen o s te ofBusinessinthis State Otizen ofAnother State 0 2 0 2 Incorporated and Principal Place 0 5 0 5 of Business In Another State CitizenorSubjectofa 0 3 0 3 Foreign Nation 0 6 0 6 Foreign Country ~ • RIGIN (Place an Xin one box only.) 1.0riginal 0 2.Removedfrom O 3.Remandedfrom Proceeding StateCourt Appellate Court 4 R . ed 6. Muiti- 0 . emstat or 0 s.TransferredfromAnother 0 District Reopened District (Spedfy) Litigation V. REQUESTED IN COMPLAINT: JURY DEMAND: tl1es 0 No (Check"Yes• only Ifdemanded in complaint.) CLASS AcnON under F.R.Cv.P. 23: QYes IB'fo ~ONEY DEMANDED IN COMPLAINT: $ ltJ;pdt> VI. CAUSE OF ACTION (Citethe US. Civil Statute underwhich you are filing and write a briefstatementofcause. Do notcitejurisdictional statutes unless diversity.) 1/ztmp-rJ f<to-11-7? ~R7: e.u/1 L ) 0 375 FalseClaims Act 0 400 State Reapportionment Habeas Corpus: 463 Allen Detainee 510 Motionsto Vacate 0 410 Antitrust 0 430 Banksand Banking 1!::!~~~~~~1~ Sentence r,..,_.,:..=:;:i£:!!=--.,----.,.-,1'· 530General 0.-=mr-HI 535 Death Penalty 0 450 Commerce/ICC Rates/Etc. 0 460 Deportation 0 470 Racketeer Influ- enced &CorruptOrg. 0 480 ConsumerCredit 0 490 Cable/SatTV 0 850 Securltles/Com- moditles/EXchange 153 Recovery of 0 OVerpayment of Vet. BenefitS 0 890 Other Statutory Aaions 350 MotorVehlde 0 B91 Agricultural Acts 355 MotorVehicle Product Liability 0 ~tt!~vlronmental O 360 Other Personal Injury 0 895 Freedom ofInfo. 0 362 Personal Injury- Act Med Malpratice 0 896 Arbitration O 365 Personal Injury- ~~~~~![~ Productllability 899 Admin. Procedures J.: 367 Health Care/ 0 Act/Review ofAppeal of 0 Pharmaceutical Agency Decision Personal Injury Product Liability 368 Asbestos 0 950 Constitutionalityof State Statutes FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: CV·71 (10/14) 'oyment 44.i HouslnQ/ Accommodations 445 Americanwith Disabilities- Employment 446 American with Dlsabliltles-Other 448 Education 0 740 Railway laborAct 0 751 Familyand Medical Leave Act 0 790 Other Labor Litigation 0 791 Employee Ret. Act Page1 of3
  40. 40. ... UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICTOF CALIFORNIA CIVIL COVER SHEET VIII, VENUE: Your answersto the questions below will determine the division ofthe Courtto whichthis casewill beInitiallyassigned. This initial assignment issubject to change, In a<:cordance with the Court'sGeneralOrders,upon reviewbytheCourtofyour ComplaintorNotice ofRemoval. ,-.·._;-; ·,. :·. ~~~=~~th;;: removed 1-,·:;;..·-,.··...;;.:-·:..;.;,.:......;...;:~·.'-:St;.;.·A:.;,:fe:..;'~l:.:.:;;>;;..~;...As;.;.;··:~~:PEN;;..'·'-:....~....-~...:::~;::..:iN::;;..H.:.H·:E;;;:;:···~:.;_·:~..;.-.~;;..;'~:...:.;;:...;·~:.;.-~'~.;.;;,·,:...;;.';;;.;. ....;;·:;;..·•.;.;;;=~~~;·: ;-1·:-~~·:::;,;}..;.:·..:.;;;~'.;;.:;;:...:~~:....·:·...:.::....,:·o;..',M;;;._;,.;;.~..;.')~..:.:·:lN;_:··....'f'.cD...;.;,:;..•':;..·I~_,~...;.;.........:..·-,~.. ; O Los Angeles,Ventura,Santa Barbara,orSan Luis Obispo Western lf"no,• skipto Question B. lf"yes,"checkthe I-=--.,.;;....-----------------J.-------------1 boxto the rlghtthatapplles,enterthe 0 Orange Southern correspondlngdMsionin responseto l=:_---------------------+--------------1 Question e, below,and continuefrom there. 0 Riverside orSan Bernardino Eastern QUESTION B: Is the United States,or 8.1. Do 50%or more ofthe defendantswho reside In YES. Your casewill Initially beassigned to theSouthern DMsion. oneofIts agendes or employees,a the district reside In OrangeCo.? 0 Enter•southern" in responsetoQuestion E, below,and continue PLAINTIFF in this action? __., from there. ,./ checkoneoftheboxestotherlght __,... 1---------------------1 0 Yes LJ'No 0 NO. ContinuetoQuestlon8.2. If"no, •skiptoQuestion C. If"yes,•answer Question 8.1, at right. ;:..·· B.l. Do 50%or more ofthe defendantswho reside in the district reside in Riverside and/or San Bernardino Counties? (Considerthetwo countiestogether.) checkoneoftheboxes to theright .:.· :.-..... ·_,_: ---~-;-. ·.. -::. _:; :-:·.'· .:-::_,~...:... QUESTION C: Isthe United States, or C.1. Do 50%or more ofthe plaintiffs who reside inthe one ofItsagencies or employees, a district reside In Orange Co.? DEFENDANTInthisaction? 0 Yes~ lf"no, •skip toQuestion D. If"yes,•answer Question C.l,at right. checkoneoftheboxesto the right C.2. Do 50%or moreofthe plaintiffswho reside In the district reside In Riverside and/orSan Bernardino Counties? (Considerthetwo counties together.) checkoneoftheboxes to theright ..... Indicate the location(s) in which 50% or more ofplaintiffs who reside in this district reside. (Ch~k up to two boxes, or leave blank if none ofthese choices apply.) Indicate the location(s) in which 50% or more ofdefendants who reside in this · districtreside. (Check up to two boxes, or leave blank ifnone ofthese choices apply.) ·_-:.. ·. .....·.; ... 0.1. Is there atlr-- .neansw~n Column A? Y'es ~o If"yes,•yourcasewill initially beassigned tothe SOUTHERN DIVISION. . ..._.,..·.:;.··,:·'· ·•.'..' .. YES. Yourcasewill initially beassignedto theEastern Division. 0 Enter"Eastern• in response toQuestion E. below,and continue frornthere. NO. Your case will initially beassigned to theWestern Division. O Enter"Western"in responseto Question E.below,and continue from there. ··, :;.·. YES. Yourcasewill initially beassignedtotheSouthern DMslon. O Enter"Southern" in responseto Question E. below,and continue from there. O NO. Continueto QuestionC.2. YES. Yourcase will initially beassignedto the Eastern Division. 0 Enter"Eastern" in responseto Question E. below,and continue from there. NO. Your casewill initially beassigned totheWestern Division. 0 Enter"Western" in responseto Question E. below, and continue from there. D D D D '. ·.: D.2. Is there atlea5t oneanswerIn Column B? Oves ~ If"yes,•yourcasewill Initially beassigned to the EASTERN DIVISION. Enter"Southern" in response toQuestion E. below,and continuefrom there. If"no,• goto question D2to the right. Enter"Eastern" in responsetoQuestion E. below. if"no,• yourcase will be assigned tothe WESTERN DMSION. Enter"Western" in responsetoQuestion E. below. QU~Of11E;Inid,a(bJvl$kmf.':;~·: : .'· :.:-·.-·.-,.~.;·· :. .:·:.·,. /... ·.- , 0: - . -·> ·~mAi;oiViSJOf.ii~·:Pco ~~ >... ·. · :::,~:.:;.::;::~t~OT~above:~:+ .·•·.f1/~~~ f;~'t;).~ .....•....•...·. Do 50% or more ofplaintiffs or defendants in this district reside In Ventura, Santa Barbara, or San luis Obispo counties? 0 Yes ~ CV-71 (10/14} CIVILCOVERSHEET Page2of3
  41. 41. UNITED STATES DISTRICTCOURT,CENTRAL DISTRICTOF CALIFORNIA CIVILCOVER SHEET IX(a). IDENTICAL CASES: Has this action been previouslyfiled Inthiscourt? 0 NO lfyes,listcase number(s): IX(b). RELATEDCASES: Is this case related (as defined below) to any civil orcriminal case{s) previouslyfiled inthiscourt? 0 NO Ifyes, listcase number(s): Civil cases are related when they (checkall that apply): 0 A. Arise from the same or a closely related transaction, happening, or event 0 B. Call for determination ofthe same or substantially related or similar questionsoflaw and fact: or 0 C. For other reasons would entail substantial duplication oflabor ifheard by different judges. Note: Thatcases may involvethe same patent,trademark, or copyrightis not, in itself, sufficient to deem cases related. Acivilforfeiture case anda criminal case are related when they (checkall that apply): 0 A. Arise from the same ora closely related transaction, happening, or event; 0 0 B. Call for determination ofthe same or substantially related or similarquestions oflawand fact: or C. Involve one ormore defendants from thecriminal case in common and would entail substantial duplication of labor ifheard by differentjudges. Noticeto Counsel/Parties: The submission ofthis Ovil Cover eet is required by local Rule 3-1. This Form 01-71 and the information contained herein neither replaces norsupplements thefiling and service ofpleadings orotherpapers as required by law, exceptas provided by local rulesofcourt. For more detailed instructions, see separate instruction sheet (CV-Q71A). KeytoStatistical codesrelating toSocial Security Cases: Natureof SuitCode Abbreviation 861 HIA 862 BL 863 DIWC 863 DIWW 864 SSID 865 RSI CV·71 (10/14) SubstantiveStatementofCause ofAdlon All claimsfor health Insurance benefits(Medicare) underTitle 18,PartA,oftheSocial SecurityAct. asamended. Also, include claims byhospltals,"_skilled nursing facilities, etc.,forcertlflcatlonas providersofserv1ces underthe program. (42 U.S.C. 1935FF(b)) All claimsfor "BlackLung• benefitSunderTitle 4, PartB. ofthe FederalCoal MineHealthand Safety Actof1969.(30 U.S.C. 923) All claimsfiled byInsured workersfordisabilityinsurance benefits underTitle2oftheSodal SecurityAct,. as amended; plus all claimsfiled for child's insurancebenefits based ondisability. (42 U.S.C.405 (g)) All claimsflied for widowsorwidowers insurance benefits basedondisability underTrtle2oftheSocialSecurityAct,as amended. (42 U.S.C.405 (g)) All claimsfor supplemental securityIncome paymentsbased upondisabllltyflled underTrtle 16oftheSocial SecurityAct, as amended. All claims for retirement(oldageland survivors benefitsunder Title 2ofthe Social SecurityAct,as amended. (42 u.s.c.405 (g)) CIVIL COVER SHEET Page3of3
  42. 42. Daniel Camacho Mendez Miguel Deras Vazquez Silvia Vargas Esqueda Maria Lopez Chaves Josef'ma Flores Lopez Complete PlaintiffList Maira Janeth Herrera Tovar Marisela Arriaga Arteaga Rhea Espinosa & 3 minor children Antonio Albert Villanueva Ramon Antonio Nuiiez-Reyes Miriam Patricia Garcia-Ramos Angie Mairim Nuiiez Mario De La Luz Nunez-Reyes Gerson Adonias Sanchez Nieves Juan Miguel Pineda Lopez Luis Alberto Soto Flores Fidel Celestino Santiago Revolorio Anddrs Hernandez Bias Uriel Manzo-Flores Aquiles Mardoqueo Jandres Platero Andres Cabrera-Razo Margoth Noemi Rojop Hernandez Alfonso Licea Macias Juan Francisco Garcia Ramos

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