Home > Uncategorized > FILED! Merchant Seaman’s Admiralty Case for Second Amendment Right to National Open Carry: Hamrick v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court/DC, No. 10-857-JDB (Judge John D. Bates), May 18, 2010

FILED! Merchant Seaman’s Admiralty Case for Second Amendment Right to National Open Carry: Hamrick v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court/DC, No. 10-857-JDB (Judge John D. Bates), May 18, 2010

IT’S OFFICIAL!

 

Filing Date was May 18, 2010, Case No. 10-857-JDB, Assigned to Judge John D. Bates.

 

CORRECTION NOTICE: CHANGE OF COAST GUARD DEFENDANTS. Defendant Admiral Thad Allen, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard retired. The Change of Command ceremony was held on March 25, 2010 when Admiral Robert Papp became the new Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard thereby replacing Admiral Thad Allen as the defendant in my lawsuit. The linked PDF files below reflect this change.

DOWNLOAD the perfect Second Amendment lawsuit that the NRA and SAF refuses to get involved with because my National Open Carry lawsuit from a U.S. Merchant Seaman’s point of view runs counter to their National Reciprocity for Concealed Carry pet agenda. They don’t like my National Open Carry position but I push on anyway with the real truth to the “full scope” of Second Amendment rights that even the U.S. Supreme Court refuses to address. I have the likes of Justice Clarence Thomas confessing to HIGH TREASON that the U.S. Supreme Court is evading the Obama eligibility issue.

DOWNLOAD the full Admiralty/Maritime lawsuit Hamrick v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court for DC, No. (PENDING – NOT YET FILED) (386 pages; 4.5 MB)

OR DOWNLOAD the Admiralty Lawsuit in Parts:

The Title Pages (12 pages)
Table of Contents (12 pages) (Best part to view for quick overall synopsis of the lawsuit)
Table of Authorities (11 pages) (Second best part to view)
Part 1 – The Preliminaries (44 pages)
Part 2 – The Parties (3 pages)
Part 3 – The Multi-Level Nature of the Case (51 pages)
Part 4 – Background of Plaintiff’s Case (42 pages)
Part 5 – Demand for De Novo Review of Hamrick v. President Bush (10 pages)
Part 6 – Demand for De Novo Review of U.S. Coast Guard Final Agency Action (19 pages)
Part 7 – Claims Against All Defendants (35 pages)
Part 8 – Claims Against Defendant United States (29 pages)
Part 9 – Claims Against President Obama (27 pages)
Part 10 – Claims Against Chief Justice John G. Roberts (27 pages)
Part 11 – Claims Against John F. Clark, U.S. Marshals Service (6 pages)
Part 12 – Claims Against Janet Nepalitano, Secretary Homeland Security (38 pages)
Part 13 – Claims Against Admiral Robert Papp, Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard (10 pages)
Part 14 – Demand for Damages and Other Relief (2 pages)

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