This Nebraska Supreme Court case precedent clarifying the First Amendment as applied to email messages is for Erika Chudy’s educational benefit and for her duty to rectify her false police report and clear my name with the CAPITOL POLICE if she has any moral values as a Democrat. Could she be one of those Progressive Democrats who have no moral values? “OUHHH!” To quote Andrew Dice Clay! The sections bolded in red are directly intended for Erick Chudy’s educational benefit and for the CAPITOL POLICE to clear my own name if Erika Chudy refuses to do it for me. Now this from The Volokh Conspiracy:
Nebraska Supreme Court Decision on Offensive E-Mails
Eugene Volokh • September 24, 2010 2:29 pm
Here is an edited version of the opinion in the First Amendment / cyberspace law case that I briefed and argued, and that the Nebraska Supreme Court just decided today. It shouldn’t be terribly surprising or novel to those who know First Amendment law (though the Nebraska Court of Appeals decision that the Nebraska Supreme Court reversed was surprising). Still, I thought I’d pass it along in case some of our readers were interested.
Well, I guess I am a “person of interest” now. Whether that means I may find myself arrested by federal agents (for standing up for my rights?) or my complaints of government corruption and corrupt federal courts is finally being taking seriously, I don’t know.
NRA HQ, Friends of NRA, NRA State Assns., and
Other Second Amendment Groups & Individuals ALERTED!
National Media ALERTED!
Washington, DC Media ALERTED!
Arkansas Media Statewide ALERTED!
(To protect myself from false arrest and malicious prosecution.)
FORWARDED TO THE HOUSE ETHICS COMMITTEE
MY COMPLAINT AGAINST ERIKA CHUDY
Chief of Staff for Rep. Marion Berry (D-AR)
FOR FALSE POLICE REPORT TO THE CAPITOL POLICE
MY COMPLAINT AGAINST ERIKA CHUDY
FOR VIOLATING RULE 23, CLAUSE 1 OF THE HOUSE ETHICS RULES
FOR MAKING A FALSE POLICE REPORT AND
LYING TO A CONSTITUENT
ABOUT THE DUTIES OF STAFF MEMBERS
(U.S. Rep. Marion Berry (D-Ar))
In this rebuttal I take issue with three sentences from your email which exposes your misperception of me as a constituent, as a pro se civil plaintiff advocating the merits of his case, as a citizen, and as a merchant seaman exercising my First Amendment right to speak freely and respectful to my right to petition the Government for redress of grievances which includes the right to express when wrongful Government activities reaches a state of “outrage” and to address the “outrage” to the staff of a member of Congress.
You wrote three consecutive sentences to which I must refute your presumptions using simple logic (not emotional reactions as you have apparently done).
Here I am as the perfect example of a constituent, being a political nobody, presenting a complaint of government corruption and wrongdoing, (i.e., a complaint of extortion by federal judges of the DC Circuit and by the U.S. Supreme Court of filing fees from a seaman in violation of federal laws, 28 U.S.C. § 1916 and 18 U.S.C. § 872 claiming that is is an OUTRAGE! and I get reported to the Capitol Police as a threat! After 8 years of seeking remedies from the judicial branch through litigation, from Congress for legislative remedies, and from federal law enforcement for to defend and enforce my rights against judicial and legislative branches trampling my rights I am not allowing to lawfully and civilly express my OUTRAGE over the fact that I cannot enforce my constitutional rights in any of the three branches of the federal government? That’s an CONTEMPTIBLE OUTRAGE!
Erika Chudy has taught me Rep. Pete Stark’s First Lesson of Government: “The Federal Government can do most anything.” And there ain’t one damn thing the People can do about! Stand up and speak against wrongful Government action and you are likely to get arrested! The First Amendment is now restricted by the whims of congressional staff members!
I am trying to get the FBI to investigate judicial corruption in the U.S. District Court for DC, the DC Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court for extortion and obstructions of justice and extortion amounting to racketeering activities against pro se litigation by a seaman and against the Second Amendment. I received an email from the FBI claiming they are looking into my complaint but I think they just sent that email to me to get me to stop emailing them evidence supporting my complaint against federal judges. I won’t know for sure depending on how long it takes the FBI to decide to give me a status or progress report on my complaint. Telephone calls to the FBI are useless. FBI policy is no information is given out to anyone about a complaint, even if it is the complainant requesting the status report.
FOR FBI FIELD OFFICE, WASHINGTON, DC
CAPITOL POLICE, WASHINGTON, DC
AND ERIKA CHUBY, CHIEF OF STAFF FOR
U.S. REP. MARION BERRY (D-AR)
FOR FBI: Add the Forwarded Email below from Erika Chudy, Chief of Staff for U.S. Rep. Marion Berry and my Reply to my COMPLAINT WITH THE FBI.
DEFINITION OF MY WORD USAGE “OUTRAGE” = “INTELLECTUAL/LOGICAL OUTRAGE.”
A First Amendment right to petition the Government for redress of grievances in stronger than ordinary usage in demanding terms based upon rational and logical reasoning and normative understanding of the function and duties of government and the rights of U.S. citizens within the limits of the law (NOT AN EMOTIONAL OUTRAGE AS ERIKA CHUDY IMPLIES – BY DEFINITION ERIKA CHUDY’S RESPONSE IN CONTACTING THE CAPITOL POLICE ON HER PERCEPTION OF A THREAT IS BASED SOLELY ON HER IMAGINATION) is not a threat and Erika Chudy’s complaint to the Capitol Police is the crime of making a False Statement under 18 U.S.C § 1001 as well as a matter of libel.
Here’s a subject for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to consider at their September 14th Hearing on Firearms in Commerce: Assessing the Need for Reform in the Federal Regulatory Process! All the more reason for the U.S. Department of State to initiate treaty negotiations with maritime countries through the United Nations. Where is the NRA on this issue? Where is Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation?
Maritime Transportation Security News & Views (Blog)
Maritime Protective Services
Published September 8, 2010
Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing
Firearms in Commerce: Assessing the Need for Reform in the Federal Regulatory Process
DATE: September 14, 2010
TIME: 10:00 AM
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