THE HARROWING CASE OF MORMON INTERFERENCE IN THE MATTER OF WALLACE vs. ROMNEY, et al CASE NO. 3:13-c-v-00167-MMD
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Recently, National Public Television carried the documented story of a High-Wire artist slowly walking on a stretched cable across the Grand Canyon. It was an 18-minute ordeal, hoping the walker would not slip and plunge four hundred feet to his death.
It took a great deal of skill and nerve on the walker's part to not be distracted by the over-flight of a helicopter filming the event. However, with his skill and patience he was able to make the crossing into the arms of his family members. It was a public-interest filming and was viewed by a wide audience.
Concurrently with that walk across The Grand Canyon chasm, a different "rope" walk measured in miles rather than feet and without publicity is presently going on as a drama that concerns the future of the government of the United States and likely that of the world by pinpointing the dangers of the NSA Data Center in Utah and its host the Mormon Church.
The walker this time is not an experienced tight-rope walker but rather an 84-year-old Senior American carrying a burden of proof that the Melchizedek Priesthood of the Mormon Church is hell-bent on gaining control of the U.S. government to establish its vaunted Kingdom of God on Earth with the prophet/president of the church as the world king. The recent uproar over NSA spying and its 2-billion-dollar data-storage facility in Utah is at the core of the controversy and indeed impelled the need for the lawsuit on the part of the plaintiff [this writer].
The rope on which this author, [hand over hand], is presently positioned is stretched between the Reno, Nevada, U.S. District Court building and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals building in San Francisco. But unlike the Grand Canyon walker who could keep moving, this walker is immobilized at half point.
Why the immobilization? Simply because the players in the game, i.e. Mormon sleeper agents in the United States Justice Department and in the United States Federal Court system, are doing exactly what my lawsuit warns about. Mormonism has brainwashed its believers that the Church is God's future political government [kingdom] on earth and church members who have been sworn to "holy" oaths in Mormon temples and working in all branches of government, as sleeper agents, are committed to aid and abet the fulfillment of that goal. I know this because I too was a part of the insane belief for many years.
Because I had the audacity to file a lawsuit in March 2012 challenging that deluded notion, the past and present reaction of both the Court and the Justice Department is to not deny the allegations but rather to ridicule the allegations and the messenger without investigation or reason in the face of overwhelming documentation. So they have sought to quiet me by positioning me at the center juncture on a rope stretched between Reno District Court on one end and the Appeals court on the other. This action is presently disabling me from proceeding with the lawsuit while I languish between the two court systems waiting perhaps eternally for one or the other court to act. Chief Judge Jones is hoping I will fall off, ending the attempt to curtail the Mormon quest for empire. Yet all notices have been timely given and all fees paid for.
Based on a defense of frivolousness, the lower court ruled the case closed with prejudice on May 16, 2013, thus giving the right to appeal within thirty days of that order. However, FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE [FRCP] rule 59 (e) grants a twenty-eight-day period after the date of filing of the order of judgment for the plaintiff to file an action in District Court to amend, clarify, or rescind the order of final judgment. That motion was filed on June 12, 2013, which means that the lower court cannot legally declare the case closed under the cited rule for a period of twenty-eight days in spite of the court's ruling that it was the final order and the case was "closed" on May 16, 2013.
Yet a right of appeal has to be made within thirty days of the order or the right is lost. That is a two-day difference of limitation on one action or the other; what lame-brain Committee came up with those interdependent rules is unknown. To the date of this article [August 12, 2013] the District Court has failed a response to the motion. All it needs to do is deny the motion and then we can get on with the appeal. But for some unacknowledged reason it has refused to act in a pattern similar after February 14, 2013, and 62 days of silence.
A Motion filed with the Appellate Court on July 6, 2013, to compel the District Court to act has fallen on deaf ears since the appellate court is waiting on the action of the lower court to deal with the rule 59 (e) motion before it can accept the jurisdiction of the appeal and apparently the authority to rule on the motion to compel.