Second & Seventh Amendment Goes to the U.S. Supreme Court
MY “DOUBLE-DOG” DARE: U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE THREAT OF ARREST OVER CITIZEN’S ARREST WARRANT
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I sent my appeal, Petition for Writ of Certiorari, to the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday by FedEx Ground. My Second Amendmet case since 2002 has evolved into a fight for my Seventh Amendment right to a civil jury trial.
The concerns you, William Jessup, U.S. Marshals Service, will have in the future over this matter of my Citizen’s Arrest Warrant of the Chief Justice, John G. Roberts, of the U.S. Supreme Court, and of judges of the DC Circuit, depends on what the U.S. Supreme Court does with my Petition for Writ of Certiorari.
ADMINISTRATIVELY REJECTED: I the Court Clerk rejects my appeal on technicalities under Rule 33.2 then I have the option to decide whether or not to construe the rejection as a continuing act of obstructions of justice in violation of my Seventh Amendment right to a civil jury trial. I may decided to proceed with the Citizen’s Arrest Warrant as an unrepresented civil plaintiff with a civil RICO Act case where I am authorized to act in the capacity of a Private Attorney General. If and when I decide to proceed with the Citizen’s Arrest Warrant I will notify you in advance. This will force you to decide whether or not you are bound by law to assist me with the Citizen’s Arrest based upon the evidence in my Petition for Writ of Certiorari, of which I believe I emailed a PDF version to you as an attachment or decide to arrest me. Arresting me will place you in the position of having to face the allegation of “Obstruction of Justice” at my criminal trial.
PETITION DENIED: Same as above.
PETITION GRANTED: The question then becomes when to make the citizen’s arrest. Before Oral Arguments? Between Oral Arguments and before the Court’s Opinion? Or after the Court hands down its Opinion? The other question is will you arrest me or assist me and at what stage of the appeal?
Patience is a virtue. But relentless patience is delusional. My Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court was the right thing to do. It brings the issue of Citizen’s Arrest as applied against the U.S. Government to the doorstep of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Particular sections of my Petition for Writ of Certiorari are critically important for you in deciding whether to arrest me or assist me with my Citizen’s Arrest Warrant:
(1) Naturaly, the Questions Presented for Review on pages 2-3. Question (6) is to be deleted. Question (6) became the second half of Question (3). Nearing exhaustion at 3:00 AM I forget to delete the remaining portion of Question (6).
(2) Stigmatic Harm and Standing, pp. 15-20, present the moral and legal basis for my pursuit of Citizen’s Arrest.
(3) Seamen are wards of the Admiralty, pp. 26-28. Since the U.S. Marshals Service protects the Admiralty Court and since the Admiralty Court protects seamen as wards of the Admiralty, then logic dictates that the U.S. Marshals Service must also protect U.S. seamen. This logic dictates that you must protect me and my corresponding rights, i.e. Citizen’s Arrest, upon the lawful presentment of evidence of felony crimes committed by federal judges and federal court clerks, i.e., my Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Consider this, if any information in my Petition for Writ of Certiorari is false the wrath of justice will fall on my shoulders for filing false claims. But when the claims are true, (and claims are taken as true under Motion to Dismiss), then shouldn’t the wrath of justice fall upon the accused? But when the federal judicial system rejects truthful claims against it then doesn’t the checks and balance system of our constitutional government provide Powers reserved to the People under the Tenth Amendment and rights under the Ninth Amendment to effect a remedy of last resort, the power of Citizen’s Arrest in order to preserve our Republican form of Government under the “Common Defence” clause of the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution?
These are questions you must answer for yourself when the time comes, if the time comes, for me to decide whether or not to follow through with my Citizen’s Arrest Warrant.
(4) Citizen’s Arrest as Civil Disobedience: pp. 41-45.
(5) Justification from an international perspective. The People’s Republic of China, HUMAN RIGHTS R ECORD OF THE UNITED STATES (2006), March 8, 2007: pp. 48-51.
(6) The judges involved: pp. 30-35.
(7) Public Opinion, Appendixes C to M. pp. 56-99 (PDF Pages 100-124 are unnumbered as separate court document).
(8) OFFICIAL EVIDENCE OF EXTORTION: PDF Pages 113-124. These are actual copies of DC Circuit Court ORDERS of felony extortion under color of law.
(9) EVIDENCE AGAINST CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN G. ROBERTS FOR EXTORTION UNDER COLOR OF LAW: PDF Pages 117 & 119.
QUESTION FOR WILLIAM JESSUP, U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE:
If I have all the evidence necessary for the U.S. Marshals Service and/or the FBI to make their own arrests of federal judges and of the Chief Justice for extortion under color of law, 18 U.S.C. 872 versus 28 U.S.C. 1916 BUT you and the FBI refuse to investigate, let alone make the arrests then by what (abuse) of authority and by what laws will you act under to arrest me for following through with my Citizen’s Arrest Warrant?
SIGNED: Don Hamrick