Cobble's Lien Against U.S. Treasury Bonds
Feb. 26, '08 update. Also, see the certifying APOSTILLE of my administrative judgment.
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Last Input, April 11, '08.
The goal of this community-based project is to help remove the conflicts-of-interest from our courts. To create a level playing field for everyone, as guaranteed by law.
Cobble's Petition for Injunction Against PARC OnStreet
On May 14, '08, I filed a Petition for Permanent Injunction against the Louisville Violation Office (LVO, also marketed as PARC Onstreet). LVO is the Metro Louisville agency that hands-out and manages parking violations around the city.
Some of you are already familiar with this case. LVO is requiring people to post a bond for their tickets, or pay the fine, prior to receiving a hearing. It violates the due process doctrine of the presumption of innocence, as well as the Eighth Amendment by requiring the bonding of tickets where no contract is involved. Though this is only about parking tickets, as you can see, it still concerns the city violating the Kentucky and U.S. Constitutions without answering for it. I.e., LVO does not deny my allegations, and yet the city is still imposing § 72.126 on citizens.
LVO's Libby Ewing (Administrative Review Coordinator) received the Petition on May 15. It requests the Jefferson Co. District Court to prevent Metro Louisville from implementing ordinance § 72.126 any further.
Value City Furniture Missed Deadline for Expert Witnesses on Furniture
Mar. 11, '08 update. Mysteriously, VCF vows to press forward w/ its defense for trial even without its own expert witnesses. The company has 130 stores, and manufactures its own furniture. In this civil case, absent expert witnesses is the same as admitting guilt.
Error Correction: I have been incorrectly reporting that VCF has 230 retail stores. The correct total is 130 stores. I apologize for my error.
"When he joined Chase Bank, I thought Mr. Bezos wanted to solve the healthcare problem." -- D. Cobble
I apologize for being behind in posting my updates. The process is time-consuming, because I have so much going-on with developments in all my cases. I am trying a new idea of posting "relative dates," so you can immediately reference responsive pleadings to an update (motions, responses, notices, etc.)
Attorney Reilly, for Value City Furniture, is throwing fits and tantrums from his frustrations that he must leave this case (03:06-cv-631-M). The Court must make him do so, because he is criminally implicated in the Petition for Grand Jury investigation. Between April 25 - May 1, '08, I have filed eight pleadings in that case.
In my federal lawsuit (03:08-cv-123-T) re: the courthouse tarring, the 90-day deadline for the government to respond was May 5, '08. Yet, attorneys for Defendants U.S. Dept. of Justice and U.S. Treasury Dept. have not even made a court appearance. It seems that Washington does not want anything to do with this mess made by Louisville officials. The Court must rule in my favor, hands down, since a non-appearance means NO CONTEST. And incredibly, three judges have recused themselves, thus far, due to this hot potato. So, I am prepared to serve yet another quo warranto if the fourth judge (Amul R. Thapar) refuses to do his ministerial duty.
In fact, in the above fed case, I served an April 21, '08 quo warranto on Phyllis J. Pyles, Head to the Civil Claims Div. at the U.S. Dept. of Justice in Washington. (This is my second quo warranto.) The "certified copy" went to Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI. I hope to have that quo warranto posted for you very soon.
So, as you can see, I'm constantly moving. And I will keep moving until I'm caught-up on the updates.
Attorney General Conway's Fraudulent Motion-to-dismiss.
March 3, '08 update. This inherent conflict-of-interest that must be changed. Also see Recommended Policy #14.
VONAGE'S Soft Subscription Scam
March 14, '08 update. I sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), because Vonage refused to refund my $44.95. Un-qualified subscribers don't realize how they are being exploited. (Also see the later March 17, '08 update.)
(Vonage finally refunded my money on Mar. 27, '08. A few days later, I received a response from the FTC. For public awareness, I will leave this information posted for a while longer.)