Thursday, May 3, 2012

JUSTICE | The legal to-do list of a demon fighter

The to-do list of a man who fights demons not only in person, but in court, too:

Legal

  • Motion to Vacate Order Granting Motion to Withdrawal as Counsel
    • Letter to Judge Seeborg
      • Write
      • Post
      • E-mail
        • Follow-up call
      • Mail
    • Rule 60(b)(1)-(3) Motion for Reconsideration of Order Granting Motion for Withdrawal as Counsel
      • Research
      • Write
        • Motion
        • Declaration
        • Memoranda
      • Post
      • E-mail
      • Follow-up call
      • Print
      • File
      • Post
      • Mail
  • Motion to vacate order declaring plaintiff a vexatious litigant
    • Write
  • Motion to compel clerk to perform duty
    • Write
    • Publish and promote
  • Handle unlawful detainer
    • Motion to Strike Complaint for Unlawful Detainer
      • Research
      • Write
      • Publish
      • Serve
      • File
      • Argue
    • Small claim for rent owed by landlord
      • Mail letter to landlord in re rent owed
      • File
      • Check on status of approval
      • Find legal assistance
        • Call Bay Area Legal Aid
        • Call small claims advisor
        • Call attorneys
        • Call Lawyers in the Library
      • Refile
      • Verify service on defendant
    • Small claim for lock-out by landlord
      • Write letter to landlord
      • Mail letter to landlord in re lock-out
      • Prepare court forms
      • File forms
      • Follow-up on permission to file claim
      • Notify Refugio Huizar (Bay Area Legal Aid) of mistake in demand letter
      • Research
      • Prepare new forms
      • Re-file
      • Follow-up on permission to file claim
      • Verify service on defendant
      • Letter to Judge Loftis
        • Write
        • Post
        • Hand-deliver
    • Statement of Disqualification
      • Research
      • Write statement of disqualification
      • Publish
      • Notice
      • File
    • Demurrer to unlawful detainer complaint
      • Research
      • Write
      • Notice
      • File
      • Publish
    • Letter of demand for relocation assistance
      • Call city code inspector for info on replacement housing
      • Schedule appointment with Bay Area Legal Aid for letter of demand to landlord re relocation assistance funds
      • Pick up letter of demand from Bay Area Legal Aid (Refugio Huizar)
    • Writ of Mandate
      • Research
      • Write
      • Publish
      • Notice
      • File
    • Retaliatory and discriminatory eviction complaint
      • Research
    • Motion for Reconsideration of Motion to Quash Service of Summons
      • Research
      • Write
        • Add notice deficiencies to motion to quash service
      • Notice
      • File
      • Publish
    • Ex Parte Motion to Stay
      • Research
      • Write
      • Argue
      • Bring after judgment is filed
    • Appeal of Judgment
      • File notice of appeal
      • Prepare request for transcripts
      • File request for transcripts
      • Prepare form
      • Print form
      • File form
      • Appellant's Opening Brief
        • Research
        • Write
        • Post
        • File
        • Serve
  • Conversion (cellphone) suit vs. SCCDOC
    • Schedule CMC
      • Change of address
        • Prepare form
        • File form
    • Respond to Order to Show Cause
      • Attempt resolution by phone
      • Put OSC hearing date on calendar
      • Calendar next OSC hearing
      • Research
      • Write
      • File
    • CCP § 631.8 motion
    • Appeal of Order Denying Reconsideration of Dismissal
  • Court papers copies
    • Judgment [Bush v. Bickel]
    • Small claims approval-related papers
  • Judgment Collection
    • Deliver copy of judgment to Mark Shapiro
    • Call Indiana judgment collection services [Bush v. Bickel]
      • Fill out online form on Projuris
    • Transfer of Judgment [Bush v. Oden]
      • Print
      • Notarize
      • File
      • Send to collector
  • Office for Civil Rights HIPAA Complaint
    • Follow-up call
    • Follow-up e-mail
    • Follow-up letter

READER | Criticism over quality of videos not useful to person injured by demons

In his May 3rd, 2012, comment regarding my Camouflage Terror post, James Bobst, a member of the Facebook group, Paranormal, wrote:
so what's up with the little woman? at lest thats what it look like in the pic on the left.but the pic on the right it look like a grade 3 "shadow person"
"what is a grade 3 shadow person" your going to ask.......
Perhaps to his dismay, I didn't ask what a grade 3 shadow person is, primarily because I don't care; instead, I responded accordingly:
I take it you're not fan. That's okay; I can live with that, I think. But, I'd like to point out that I simply post what I see and hear. I'm not a professional photographer, and I have bad equipment for doing this kind of thing. Also, I don't rely on any one particular video or photo or witness account; rather, I rely on all of them, collectively. Surely, somewhere in my collection, you've seen something that you don't have a problem with, and that that's enough to help you get through any sticking point you might have on the others. If not, well, I'm no expert, nor am I trying to be. I don't grade the demons that slice and burn my body. I just tell people about it. Useful advice and assistance makes much more sense in my situation to me than criticism or sparring over semantics and grades and classifications and terminology does. After all, I don't actively seek this kind of thing, and I'm not particularly thrilled about it, either. I take great personal risk in broadcasting what's going on, not only the risk of getting hurt even more so, but the risk of ruining any reputation I might have salvaged from the fallout of this problem.

JUSTICE | Demon involvement in economics and politics goes back 2,000 years

As I explained in a previous post, Kaye Scholer LLC filed a motion to withdrawal as counsel in my cop brutality case without calendaring a hearing, or otherwise allowing me to oppose the motion, even though I explicitly stated my intention to do so.

What's more, is the court allowed them to do this.

So, per the advice of courtroom deputy, Corinne, I wrote this letter in order to remedy this miscarriage of justice, which left me high-and-dry in this case at a very inopportune time:
Letter to Judge Seeborg Re Order Granting Withdrawal of Counsel

The fact that demons masterminded this miscarriage of justice should be of no shock to anyone. After all, God certainly wasn't behind it, so who was? Could it be...Satan?! (think Dana Carvey's 'Church Lady' from Saturday Night Live).

The Bible answers that by affording us a clear understanding of the extent of a demon's capabilities in this world.

In John 13:27, Jesus says to Judas, whom Satan had just entered, "What you do, do quickly." What was Satan about to do? Wail up a storm in someone's attic? Misplace someone's knickers?

The answer is 'none of these.' Rather, he was about to manipulate local politics in order to arrange the unlawful crucifixion of the Son of God, and use money to do it, no less.

That means that demons get involved in economics and politics. So, even if you haven't seen what I've seen, it should not be a stretch to consider that this situation is no different than the one over 2,000 years ago.

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HOME | Power main switch repaired after making statement to police

Somewhere between the time I left to report the damage to the power main switch by my roommate Santa Clara Police Department yesterday and the time I returned home, a notice was left on my doorknob, indicating that the City of Santa Clara—apparently—replaced the broken components, and electric service could be restored:
A notice indicating that electricity could be restored by flipping the newly replaced switch
This was a surprise, considering that two days ago, I was informed personally by a representative of the city that the entire electrical panel would have to be replaced at the cost of $1,500, and, that, until that was paid, the electricity would remain off.

This clearly was untrue, as it appears that the only part that was replaced was the broken switch:
The entire panel did not get replaced; rather, only the switch
After flipping the switch, the power was restored, and I was able to move all my food back into the apartment, and start cooking (and, therefore, eating) again. I was also able to charge my laptop and cellphone, without having to sit at McDonald's with a power cable running from behind their TV to my laptop sitting at my table.

At the Santa Clara Police Department, I was told that I could only make a witness statement because I was not a victim to the act of vandalism by my new roommate. I expected as much, and was content that I was able to at least report what I saw.

Still this was not a complete waste of time, even when considering that no $1,500 bill was presented to anyone, and that the power was restored by the time I got home. After all, I don't want another landlord claiming that I damaged property that I did not, as my former landlord did.