A CASE OF FIRST IMPRESSION!
AN ADMIRALTY CASE FOR THE SECOND AMENDMENT
COMING SOON TO WASHINGTON, DC
I am in the final stage of preparing my Admiralty case lawsuit for seamen’s rights under the Second Amendment to be filed at the U.S. District Court in Washington, DC. The Defendants will be the “United States,” in addition to President Barack Hussein Obama (a.k.a. Barry Soettoro); Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State; Avril Haines, U.S. State Dept. Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Treaty Affairs (L/T); John G. Roberts, Ch. J., SCOTUS; Janet Nepalitano, Sec. Homeland Security; Admiral Thad Allen, Commandant,USCG; James E. Caponiti, Maritime Admin.; and Andrew McGovern – Chairman MERPAC (US Coast Guard Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee).
In the Admiralty lawsuit (a case of first impression) I claim the Second Amendment is Intangible Property under Admiralty law, property that cannot be taken from seamen by regulatory neglect or omission by the simple fact that seamen travel on the high seas aboard U.S. merchant vessels.
I do not have an attorney to represent me. I am out of work and flat broke. But that will not stop me from filing my lawsuit. The NRA has ignored my case for the last seven years because I am advocating National Open Carry Handgun where the NRA’s pet interest is National Reciprocity for Concealed Carry.
Now that pirates attacked the U.S. merchant ship MAERSK ALABAMA, maybe now the NRA will take a fresh look at my Second Amendment case for open carry.
Please call, write, email, IM, or even Twitter the NRA, Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America, Second Amendment Sisters, any of the other Second Amendment advocacy groups and tell them about my case.
If you would like to donate money to help me pay for the cost of printing my complaint (tentatively at 300 pages X 9 defendants) I would be very appreciative.