Superficial State of Mind (Update) October 31, 2008Posted by becca46 in Uncategorized.
Tags: Brunini, Grantham, Grower & Hewes, Judge DeLaughter, Judge Graves, Judge Green, MBI, state government
Here’s the deal. Our 1998 and 1999 settled awards millions or billions sought are held from us. Anything done by us to gain relief will always be short of what will be needed. Segregated and fully extorted has ever a hate crime been, this is it.
Even the courts are confused at this point and can not be trusted to even give normal advise. An acting judge’s advice [Judge Prichard] to a recent dismissal was to contact the Judge over the settlement to ask of our claims and what type action may be required of us for whatever relief was due. A letter to judge Graves caused a visit by the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation. This agency claims to only work on behalf of the state. We have been forbidden to ever contact the Judge who settled our claims. Additionally we were warned never to file any lawsuit against those who have commented the crimes alleged against my family. The last threat, I mean order was amended early 2009.
In response to the real events, it is highly unlikely that Judge Green did little more than aid with intentional delay. If her order [below] is not a hoax then a chain of events are as follows. An order by Judge Green to transfer awards to Judge DeLaughter is claimed filed with the court under civil 251-98-1061. Judge DeLaughter claims to accept the action under civil 251-96-493. The Hinds County clerk presently replies by phone that civil action 251-98-1061 is assigned to Judge Harrison as the Marie claims are pending. A petition for review continues to await response. The current is made use by class actions of fraud to delay redress are posted on a page above titled “Latest Class Action”