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My Notice of Legal Action Against the U.S. Supreme Court

Clayton Higgins, U.S. Supreme Court Case Analyst, screwed up applying judicial bias against my appeal.

DAMAGES

PERSONAL INJURY: On May 27, 2019 I suffered I congestive heart failure polishing my appeal at FedEx in Fairfax, Virginia, before printing, under the stress of knowing that every case I filed from 2002 to the present in all the federal courts I filed in,  including the U.S. Supreme Court was dismissed or denied, check PACER. I spent 7 days at the V.A. hospital in Washington, D.C.  where I had a stent inserted into my heart. $1 million
On June 6, 2019, filed my appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court by delivering my appeal to the police booth. n/a
On or about June 8, 2019 my rejected appeal arrived at my residence. $1 million
PERSONAL INJURY: On June 10~11, 2019 I suffered a mini-stroke and a full stroke that landed me at the White County Medical Center’s Emergency Room in Arkansas. $1 million
On June 12, 2019, I transferred to V.A. hospital North Little Rock for speech, physical and occupational therapies. n/a
The U.S. Supreme Court in Hamrick v. President Bush, et al, 540 U.S. 940, SCt. No. 03-145, Cert. was Wrongfully Denied October 6, 2003 violating U.S. Supreme Court Rule 10(a). $1 million
U.S. Supreme Court Rule 28.8. predisposes the appeals of unrepresented appellants to denial of their appeals. This violates the First Amendment right to petition the Government for redress of grievances. $1 million
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Guide For Prospective Indigent Petitioners For Writs Of Certiorari contains the one-form-fits-all for all income brackets titled Affidavit or Declaration `In Support Of Motion For Leave To Proceed In Forma Pauperis.  This form is unconstitutional on its face because the form does not take into account the poor in income brackets below the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The Supreme Court’s form is based on the Court’s prejudice against the poor in like manner to Rule 28.8. $1 million
TOTAL $6 million

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