I am acting pro se as litigation case manager in the matter of David McCrae v. PHH Mortgage and BBDFTE, et al in the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeal in New Orleans. I am in this matter representing Loretta Lynch, current USAG (yes, Eric Holder has left the movie). It is the duty of the USAG to enforce these matters, unless her dance card is full up, in which case any citizen can. I am any citizen.
Your movie makes a fantastic opening statement, as I am sure you are well aware. It’s a little long, but I think it communicates the general situation in a very understandable format. These are complex issues. Freedom is another complex issue, and Apocalypse Now did us all a tremendous service.
But I digress….I would be interested in showing your movie on Lafayette Square, in a public park in front of the courthouse on the day before oral arguments are presented. For oral argument within the courthouse, I am limited to fifteen minutes (excluding question time at the discretion of the three judge panel). I’d like them to be able to view the movie, maybe at lunchtime the day before, or after 5:00pm CDT, so they are able to formulate more intelligent questions. Maybe they will ask the movie to be screened in court, who knows?
Question #1 - Are you interested in screening the movie?
Question #2 - Can you provide a video truck, speakers, big screen like the Cleveland Cavs have for basketball and stuff, for the day?
Question #3 - Would you like to invite some of your screen stars for autographs, etc?
Question #4 - I’m planning to bring two of your minions into court with me for the actual argument phase, in non-speaking parts, just to serve coffee and finger foods while I do my schtick. There’s a costume rental place right up the street from the courthouse. Could you get me a discount? Or do you have better costumery available? or…REAL MINIONS???
The oral argument is not scheduled, but we will have 30 days notice. The appellant briefing, appellee reply, appellant reply, are all in. They’re really boring, but by tradition and regulation are all in 12pt, double spaced, b/w, 1” margin, etc. I have a little more freedom during the actual oral argument, anything that might improve communication or understanding. This is serious stuff. And to my knowledge, this is the first actual litigation of this timely issue that appears of some social significance.
I’m funding this entire effort myself, and currently have $900 tied up IN PAUPERIS but pledged depending on eventual recoveries. My statement of claim is >$1,000,000,000 USD, or equivalent BitCoin, which I actually prefer. I can offer you half, or let me know what you feel is fair.
At this point, I am only addressing the civil penalties. As you know, there are criminal concerns which need to be addressed in future, but I will need a little more active DOJ involvement by then.
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attn: Charles Ferguson
I am intending using your film 'Inside Job' as a jury screening and
issue familiarization tool to present complex economical issues in
America in 1:28 or so. I am managing litigation on behalf of Loretta
Lynch, as she is otherwise occupied. It was the same way with Eric
Holder before this. These issues take time to work through the
courts. I only have standing vs. PHH and BBDFTE, as they are the ones
who stole money from me, and several million of my friends and
We never got to the jury at Western Texas District Court, so I am
currently appealing that sad error before Fifth USCA in New Orleans.
Among the many errors in the lower courts, skipping over the jury part
seems the most puzzling to the appellate panel of three judges who
have never owned a mortgage or flipped a house. Those judges have
been recused. We've filed our appellant brief, the appellees have
replied, I've replied to the appellees, and now we are all set for
Sometime more than thirty days from today, a date will be set for our
oral arguments, and we will each have 15 minutes to present our case
to the panel. Everybody has read the few thousand pages of pleadings,
responses, motions, replies, etc. we have accumulated to date. My
opponents are very closemouthed and don't speak much. I have
everything to gain with being as public as possible, and nothing to
lose. I have accordingly waived all privacy concerning my own
affairs, and post them on my website for anyone who lacks funds to
read everything on PACER (Public Access Court Electronic Records).
It's been a long time since all the financial skulduggery which you
have done such a fine job documenting, and I believe I have the first
case actually before the courts. I need to find a way to present
these relatively complex ideas to a jury, so I had a brainstorm and
said to myself 'Why don't I just show the movie?' As you may know,
it's inadmissible; it's not double spaced, 1" margin, indexed and
cited, properly bound to lay flat when open, and full of hearsay.
Nevertheless, I've asked Sony how they might feel about showing the
movie on Lafayette Square in New Orleans, in a public park right
outside the courthouse, continuous showings for 24 hours the day
before the oral argument. Maybe some movie stars might want to show
up for autographs, etc. Maybe we could have a red carpet, bright
lights, helicopters, sound truck, big screen TV, who knows? Would you
like to participate in some form?
This is all public information which would certainly not contaminate a
curious judge or other bystander. The experience might be
motivational to encourage searching for a deeper understanding of the
issues, and asking more intelligent questions in court. It would be
kind of like a teach-in. Or, if we bend the rules a bit, I can
certainly screen it in court on my little iMac.
Please let me know if you might have any interests or other ideas to
generate publicity. I may have funds available.
Thanks for your interest,
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