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All Negro Plaintiff Black African American herein (6) Trillion Dollars Asset Freeze and (TRO) Injunction vs. (USA) docket No.00808

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Six trillion dollars asset freeze

  1. 1. In The United States District Court<br />For the Eastern District of Texas<br />Beaumont Division<br />Louis Charles Hamilton IIDocket No.1:2010-CV-00808<br />(Negro African American)All (Negro) Plaintiff(s) Black African AmericanMotion for Temporary Injunction<br />Plaintiff (Six) Trillion Dollars Asset Freeze <br />And All other African (Negroes) <br />Americans in and for<br />The United States of America<br />Plaintiff(s)<br />Vs. <br />United States of America,<br />Defendant<br />And<br />Vs.<br />President Andrew Johnson,<br />President Rutherford B. Hayes<br />Co-Defendant<br />Complaint and Jury Demand<br />1.<br />Comes now the Plaintiff Louis Charles Hamilton II, appearing Pro Se Comes now the Pro Se Plaintiff Louis Charles Hamilton II; appearing for the Behalf of himself, family and (Negro) descendants, to include but not limited for the full behalf of all (Negro) Black African Americans <br />And their described descendants fully here Pro Se (Hamilton II) herein files this undersign date before the Lord and submitted before the “Honorable Justices” full entertainment within the Laws of the Defendant (The United States of America) <br />The above entitled (TRO) Temporary Restraining Order, injunction motion, and joining motion to freeze (6) “Six Trillion Dollars” of collective “Assets” of the described Defendant (The United States of America) supported with full attached brief herein.<br />And for cause the Pro Se (Negro) Plaintiff Louis Charles Hamilton II will show as follows:<br /><ul><li>On the Emergency application of (Negro)Plaintiff and All (Negro) Plaintiff Black African Americans in and for the United States of America
  2. 2. (Louis Charles Hamilton II) (the “Application”) for an Order upon:</li></ul>The United States of America, President Andrew Johnson, and President Rutherford B. Hayes collectively <br /><ul><li>Directing (The United States of America) to show why an order should not be entered, pending a final disposition of this action civil action:
  3. 3. Preliminarily enjoining Defendants (The United States of America) from Further Violating All Defendant(s) herein and their agents restrain from actions involving any further committed Mass Murder by: Hanging, Fire Squads, Premeditated Arson, Drowning, Murder, Battery, Mutilation, Intimidation, Threat, Terrorizing, Robbery, Harassment
  4. 4. Manslaughter
  5. 5. Voluntary Manslaughter
  6. 6. Terrorizing and Intimidations by “Live Bombing Threats”
  7. 7. Genocide
  8. 8. Crucification
  9. 9. Murder Hire Scheme for Profit in the death of Abraham Lincoln for slavery
  10. 10. Murder for Hire Scheme for Election in deaths by (Rutherford Hayes)
  11. 11. Multiple Schemes and Patterns to commit among other things:</li></ul>(a) Mail and Wire Fraud<br />(b) Bank Fraud, Computer Fraud<br />Extortion under color of official Right-Hand<br />The Obtaining of Property from the Plaintiff and Plaintiff(s) with usage of threats and Physical Violence<br />Fraud by non-disclosure<br />Defamation of the Plaintiff and Plaintiff's<br />Slander of the Plaintiff and Plaintiff's<br />Libel of Plaintiff<br />Breach of Fiduciary Duty<br />Wrongful Death<br />Breach of Contract<br />Malicious Prosecution Civil<br />Malicious Prosecution Criminalize<br />Injury to Personal Reputation<br />Impeaching Honesty<br />Injury to Business Reputation<br />Imputation of Crime, Disease and Sexual Misconduct<br />Custody Interference<br />Child Kidnapping<br />Gross Negligence (Medical and Education)<br />Negligence (Medical and Education)<br />Theft of Property<br />Theft of Taxes<br />Misrepresentation<br />Theft of Services<br />Abuse of Power<br />Abuse of Judicial Absolute Immunity<br />Abuse of Official Immunity<br />Aiding and abetting to commit A Criminal Enterprise in Racketeering against the rights, dignity and will of the Plaintiff and Plaintiff(s)<br />Securities and Money Fraud<br />Money Laundry<br />Price Fixing<br />Embezzlement of Pension, Welfare, Retirement Fund<br />Financial Institution Fraud<br />Obstruction of Justice<br />Obstruction of Criminal Investigation<br />Conspiracies to pursue the same Criminal Objective<br />Violation of Equal Protection under the Law<br />Violations of the 1 st Amendments<br />Violations of the 4 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 5 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 6 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 7 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 8 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 10 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 12 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 13 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 14 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 15 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 17 th Amendments<br />Violations of the 19 th Amendments<br />And further restraining Defendant (The United States of America) their agents, confederates, employees from violations of the United States “singularly on in combination” of all “USA PATRIOT ACT” against the Pro Se Plaintiff (Louis Charles Hamilton II) exclusively to include directly: <br />TITLE II—ENHANCED SURVEILLANCE PROCEDURES<br />Sec. 201. Authority to intercept wire, oral, and electronic communications relating to terrorism<br />Sec. 202. Authority to intercept wire, oral, and electronic communications relating to computer fraud and abuse offenses.<br />Sec. 203. Authority to share criminal investigative information.<br />Sec. 204 Clarification of intelligence exceptions from limitations on interception and disclosure of wire, oral and electronic communications.<br />To include Defendant(s) and Co-defendant(s) collectively in concert in Violations of and Title 18 U.S.C. § 1346 Honest Services Fraud<br /> (The Federal Mail Fraud and Wire Statue) Title 18, United States Code, Section 1014,<br />To include Defendant(s) (The United States of America)and their Co-Defendant(s), agents, confederates collectively in concert restraining in violations of Title 18 U.S.C. § 1341, 1343 and 1349 “Mail and Wire Fraud in with other Federal and State Charges being levy in connection thereof.<br />The Pro Se (Negro)Plaintiff Louis Charles Hamilton II and All (Negro) Plaintiffs Black African Americans herein for “our full behalf” at this time frame 2011 respectfully moves before the “Honorable U.S. District Court Justice” after consider, deliberate, take into account, ponder, mull over, contemplate, bear in mind and respectfully confer with “Lady Justice” expedite for an Order on the (Negro) Plaintiff (Hamilton II) behalf and, All (Negro) Plaintiffs Black African Americans herein to: <br />Asking Defendant (United States of America) to appear through counsel of record “United States Attorney Office et al” whom appearing on behalf of defendant (USA) before the “Honorable Court Justice”<br /> At a hearing date preset to show cause why a Temporary order freezes (6) Trillion Dollars in all asset(s) of Defendant (The United States of America) through both pre-post proceedings<br /> And further asking Defendants (The United States of America) to show cause why an Order to Secure All Defendants (USA) records, documents concerning Pro Se Plaintiff (Hamilton II) Entire Dead Family as described in Plaintiff request for Production of document Defendant herein seek to not reply to for a reasoning of stay of execution<br />Said records, documentations, and family hidden dead in Defendants Utah Mormon Church of Jesus Christ Nation (United States of America), <br />And further asking defendant (The United States of America) to show cause why not being granted in Plaintiff (Hamilton II) favor and enforced on the Plaintiff behalf to secure and enjoy expedited “Family funeral services” of Rachel, Chandra, and Natasha Hamilton throughout both pre-post proceedings by the Honorable Court<br />With Pro Se Plaintiff (Louis Charles Hamilton II) and All (Negro) Plaintiff Black African Americans herein further enjoying the Honorable Court Justice further protected Orders: Prohibiting Defendants (The United States of America) engaging in the destruction, concealment, or alteration of all documents, papers, records, credentials, assets, books, and property(s) owned by defendants (The United States of America); <br />And With further orders of this “Honorable Court Justice”: requirement(s) directing Defendant (The United States of America) to provide a verified accounting immediately, including, but not limited to, a verified written accounting of (The United States of America) interests in all entities owned,<br /> In whole or in part, or controlled by, related to, or associated or affiliated with (The United States of America) in the United States of America and overseas. <br />With a Preliminarily enjoying all of the Defendants herein described above (The United States of America) and their partners, owners, agents, employees, attorneys, or other Professional, anyone acting in concert with them, and any third party from filing a bankruptcy proceeding in regards to the assets of the Defendants in (The United States of America) without filing a motion on at least three (3) day’s notice to the Plaintiff and approval of this Honorable Court after hearing;<br />Definition: “Assets” In financial accounting, assets are economic resources. Anything tangible or intangible that is capable of being owned or controlled to produce value and that is held to have positive economic value is considered an asset. Simply stated, assets represent ownership of value that can be converted into cash (although cash itself is also considered an asset).<br />The balance sheet of a firm records the monetary value of the assets owned by the firm. It is money and other valuables belonging to an individual or business.<br /> Two major asset classes are tangible assets and intangible assets. Tangible assets contain various subclasses, including current assets and fixed assets.<br />Current assets include inventory, while fixed assets include such items as buildings and equipment.<br />Intangible assets are nonphysical resources and rights that have a value to the firm because they give the firm some kind of advantage in the market place. Examples of intangible assets are goodwill, copyrights, trademarks, patents and computer programs,<br />And financial assets, including such items as accounts receivable, bonds and stocks.<br />Current assets are cash and other assets expected to be converted to cash, sold, or consumed either in a year or in the operating cycle (whichever is longer), without disturbing the normal operations of a business. These assets are continually turned over in the course of a business during normal business activity. There are 5 major items included into current assets:<br />Cash and cash equivalents — it is the most liquid asset, which includes currency, deposit accounts, and negotiable instruments (e.g., money orders, cheque, bank drafts).<br />Short-term investments — include securities bought and held for sale in the near future to generate income on short-term price differences (trading securities).<br />Receivables — usually reported as net of allowance for uncollectable accounts.<br />Inventory — trading these assets is a normal business of a company. The inventory value reported on the balance sheet is usually the historical cost or fair market value, whichever is lower. This is known as the "lower of cost or market" rule.<br />Prepaid expenses — these are expenses paid in cash and recorded as assets before they are used or consumed (a common example is insurance). See also adjusting entries.<br />Long-term investments<br />Often referred to simply as "investments". Long-term investments are to be held for many years and are not intended to be disposed of in the near future. This group usually consists of four types of investments:<br />Investments in securities such as bonds, common stock, or long-term notes.<br />Investments in fixed assets not used in operations (e.g., land held for sale).<br />Investments in special funds (e.g. sinking funds or pension funds).<br />Different forms of insurance may also be treated as long term investments.<br />Fixed assets<br />Also referred to as PPE (property, plant, and equipment), these are purchased for continued and long-term use in earning profit in a business. This group includes as an asset land, buildings, machinery, furniture, tools, and certain wasting resources e.g., timberland and minerals. They are written off against profits over their anticipated life by charging depreciation expenses (with exception of land assets). Accumulated depreciation is shown in the face of the balance sheet or in the notes.<br />These are also called capital assets in management accounting.<br /> Intangible assets<br /> They include patents, copyrights, franchises, goodwill, trademarks, trade names, etc. These assets are (according to US GAAP) amortized to expense over 5 to 40 years with the exception of goodwill.<br /> Tangible assets<br />Tangible assets are those that have a physical substance and can be touched, such as currencies, buildings, real estate, vehicles, inventories, equipment, and precious metals.<br />With all commercial records, banking records both personal & business, all documents, rent receipts and all other documents relating to the Business records of this action and all defendant herein collective personal records.<br />