First DC Case under Federal MASTER CIVIL COMPLAINT

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Case No. ___________________________


JOHN DOE, pro se, individually, and in behalf of my five children,

     [Real name, address and phone number provided separately for security reasons.]


         Plaintiffs,


     vs.


CLAYTON R. HIGGINS, JR., individually,

     [Residential address unknown]

     United States Supreme Court Clerk's Office

     1 First Street, NE

     Washington DC 20543

     Phone: 202-479-3019


DAVID WHITNEY, individually,

     [Residential address unknown]

     House Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet

     2138 Rayburn House Office Building

     Washington DC 20515

     Phone: 202-225-5741


HOWARD COBLE, individually, and in his official capacity as U.S. Representative, and

     Chairman of House Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet

     2188 Rayburn House Office Building

     Washington DC 20515

     Phone: 202-225-3065


BOB GOODLATTE, individually and in his official capacity as U.S. Representative, and

     Chairman of House Judiciary Committee

     2309 Rayburn House Office Building

     Washington DC 20515

     Phone: 202-225-5431


UNITED STATES,

     Eric H. Holder Jr.

     U.S. Attorney General

     U.S. Department of Justice

     950 Pennsylvania Ave.

     Washington, DC 20530

     Phone: 202-514-2001


     Solicitor General of the United States

     Room 5614,

     U.S. Department of Justice

     950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

     Washington, DC 20530-0001

     Phone: 202-514-2201


           Defendants.


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1ST CIVIL COMPLAINT

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I, pro se plaintiff “JOHN DOE,” individually, and in behalf of my five children, seek expeditious settlement – or – preliminary relief by the Court and money damages in the maximum amount allowable by law to be determined by a Jury; and state:

DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL

  1.    If not settled pursuant to the first cause of action herein, I demand a Jury Trial.

PARTIES

  2.    I, plaintiff “JOHN DOE,” presently a homeless indigent citizen of the State of Minnesota, am suing under a fictitious name to protect my family from further harm;

     My real name, address and phone number are provided separately to this Court, and were provided to the defendants in my cover letters to them or to their employers; however, for the safety of my family, I do not want my family members' real names entered onto any docket or publicized in any way. The defendants know who I am, are cautioned to hold my name, my children's names, and our other personal information STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL, and are hereby NOTIFIED of my intent to file additional complaints if our information is released to the Press or publicized in any way, or if we are further harmed in any way.

  3.    My five children, who presently reside in Colorado, are co-plaintiffs;

     All five of my children were minors when the government's crime spree against our family began in 2005, and during most of it since. They have been through enough and for security reasons they are not to be contacted. They will not be testifying in this case nor involved in the litigation in any way, unless advisable during the damages phase of the jury trial. They are to be noted by the Court and Jury, though, as plaintiffs and victims of the defendants' crimes and entitled to civil and criminal relief. Money damages awarded in this lawsuit will be paid into my family's trust, the account information of which I will provide to the Court at that time. With the Court's permission, I ask that the defendants be allowed to provide copies of their answers and responses in this case only to me, or to my counsel when appointed.

  4.    Defendant CLAYTON R. HIGGINS JR. is a clerk at the United States Supreme Court.

  5.    Defendant DAVID WHITNEY is a government attorney employed by the House Judiciary Committee.

  6.    Defendant HOWARD COBLE is a U.S. Representative and the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet.

  7.    Defendant BOB GOODLATTE is a U.S. Representative and the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

  8.    Defendant UNITED STATES includes several specific offices[i].

REQUEST FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS

  9.    My family is entitled to service of process of this 1ST CIVIL COMPLAINT upon the defendants by the U.S. Marshals Service pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 4(c)(2).

JURISDICTION

  10.    This case is brought under 42 U.S.C. §§ 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, and 1988.

  11.    This Court has original jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331, 1343 and 1361.

VENUE

  12.    The events and omissions giving rise to this claim occurred in Washington D.C.

  13.    This District Court is the proper venue pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1391(b).

STATEMENT OF THE CLAIM

  14.    I reallege all preceding paragraphs of this complaint as if fully incorporated herein.

  15.    My family was destroyed in a “fixed” divorce in Colorado in 2006.

  16.    Since then, I have filed over 250 court documents, have written over 500 letters and have made over 600 telephone calls seeking relief, but have never received even a sliver of justice or protection for my family.

  17.    As direct and proximate results of the extensive “case fixing” in the state and federal courts of Colorado and Minnesota and the very grand conspiracy and massive effort by the “case fixers” to deny my access to the courts and cover up their crimes, my 5 children and I have not seen each other for nearly 7 years and have been cutoff from all communications with each other for over 5-½ years.

  18.    Having exhausted all avenues for adjudicative and administrative relief, in mid-October 2013, I submitted my family's “MASTER CIVIL COMPLAINT” (MCC) by mail to the United States Supreme Court (USSC) invoking its original jurisdiction, and by mail to defendant BOB GOODLATTE (GOODLATTE), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee (HJC), demanding establishment of state and federal courts in both states for subsequent complaints.

  19.    Because I was hoping to be reunited with my children by Thanksgiving 2013, my family's MCC was preceded by my very detailed settlement letters dated October 1, 2013, to the highest authority of each of the nine defendants, explaining exactly what they were required to do to settle my family's claims against them.

  20.    Several deadlines were set in the complaint – the final being December 20, 2013.

  21.    On October 21st, the USSC received 10 copies of our MCC (1 for filing; 9 for service of process) and our “1st EXHIBIT BOOK” containing a copy of my letter to GOODLATTE and copies of each of my 9 settlement letters to the defendants' highest authorities.

  22.    Unbeknownst to me, on October 23, defendant CLAYTON R. HIGGINS JR. (HIGGINS) unlawfully returned our MCC with a fraudulent form letter regarding certiorari submissions.

  23.    On October 25th, I mailed my EX PARTE PETITION FOR SPECIAL GRAND JURIES AND SPECIAL COURTS IN MINNESOTA (EPP) to the USSC and to the HJC.

  24.    When I called the Clerk's Office on the 28th and 29th to follow up on our MCC, I was transferred to the original jurisdiction section, but no one had seen my package.

  25.    Finally, the original jurisdiction clerk checked my real last name and found that HIGGINS had taken our file; I then left a detailed message for HIGGINS on his voicemail.

  26.    The next day, October 30th, I left another very long and detailed message for HIGGINS that our complaint needed to be filed and served right away due to the deadlines therein.

  27.    On October 31st, I called again for HIGGINS, but he didn't answer, so I left another message and contacted the original jurisdiction section, but nothing had been filed.

  28.    Right after my fourth call, HIGGINS called me back; he first pretended as though he didn't know anything about our case, but then said:

     “...it looks like we returned everything back to you on the 23rd of this month...we do not have jurisdiction to review your papers at this point; it doesn't look like you went through the proper channels...the only way you can come to this [court] is you need to file a petition [of certiorari]...an individual cannot file an original jurisdiction in this court...the only way you can bring your issues to this court is in the form of a petition...”

  29.    I tried to explain to HIGGINS that I was asking the High-Court in our complaint to accept original and supervisory jurisdiction under the circumstances, as it was my family's last hope for justice, but he was disgusted at my persistence and hung up on me.

  30.    Also on October 31st, I left messages for GOODLATTE at the HJC and at his office, but he never called me back; “John” at the HJC confirmed receipt of our MCC and my cover letter to GOODLATTE, told me that it had been referred to the House Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet (HSC), and said that he would request a response from the HSC on our case as soon as possible and call me back, but never did.

  31.    I then left a very detailed message for the HSC on their voicemail.

  32.    From that point on, each of my “STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL” cover letters to the HSC was addressed to defendant HOWARD COBLE (COBLE), its Chairman.

  33.    On November 1st, I received my original mailing back from HIGGINS.

  34.    In early-November, I prepared our MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE, and printed 40 copies of it and of our MCC (approx. 1600 pp.).

  35.    On November 5th, I mailed the 40 copies of our MCC and motion to the USSC along with a detailed cover letter addressed to USSC Clerk Scott S. Harris that had a bold note at the top to the Receiver to hand-deliver everything directly to Mr. Harris.

  36.    Also on November 5th, because HIGGINS was refusing to file our complaint so that a justice could enter an order to the Marshal Service to serve it upon the defendants and because deadlines prior to Thanksgiving were fast approaching, I served our complaint and motion for leave to file by mail to each of the defendants pursuant to Supreme Court Rules 17(3) and 29(3).

  37.    Also on November 5th, HIGGINS returned my EPP with his signed form letter; and so on or around November 13th, I mailed it back to Clerk Harris and wrote to COBLE to intervene.

  38.    HIGGINS intercepted the 40 copies of our MCC and motion, and sent them back to me with his fraudulent form letter, still dated November 5th, but unsigned.

  39.    On November 23rd, I mailed the 2nd package returned by HIGGINS, containing 40 copies of our MCC and motion, to the HSC, along with new cover letters addressed to USSC Clerk Harris and a cover letter to Chairman COBLE to have someone hand-deliver our pleadings directly to Clerk Harris; and, I mailed letters to each of the defendants instructing them to confirm fulfillment of their settlement conditions to the HSC instead of the USSC.

  40.    Around this time, HIGGINS again returned my EPP with his fraudulent form letter, still dated November 5th, but unsigned.

  41.    On December 2nd, I sent my EPP to HSC Chairman COBLE – along with 16 pages of pictures and other documentary evidence proving probable cause of multiple crimes by HIGGINS – requesting an investigation. I was unaware at the time that defendant DAVID WHITNEY (WHITNEY), one of the HJC attorneys, was intercepting our pleadings and my STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL cover letters to COBLE and USSC Clerk Harris.

  42.    At the time, I had no reason to believe that my requests were not being fulfilled.

  43.    No effort was made by any of the nine defendants named in our MCC to reunite my family, protect us from further harm, correct the records, expunge my criminal record, or anything else; but from the start, on information and belief, HIGGINS and WHITNEY and others with the USSC, HJC, HSC and congressional offices became participants in the very grand conspiracy between the defendants to deny my access to the judicial system.

  44.    The deadlines around Thanksgiving and on December 20th came and went.

  45.    Missing out on the 7th Thanksgiving in a row and 8th Christmas in a row without my family, I suffered through much of December 2013 and January 2014 in severe depression.

  46.    On January 28, 2014, the HSC received by mail 40 copies of my MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT and a new cover letter to USSC Clerk Harris, along with a cover letter to COBLE requesting hand-delivery of the motions directly to Clerk Harris.

  47.    On January 31st, I renewed my efforts to follow up and to find out: 1) if anyone had delivered our pleadings to the USSC; 2) if not, who had our pleadings; and 3) how the HSC was planning to fulfill my requests for courts and grand juries. I talked in detail with “Jessica” with the HSC and she promised me she would track down our documents and call me back, but never did; and I left messages for Johnnie Mautz, Chairman COBLE'S staffer who works with the HSC.

  48.    Mautz returned my call on February 3rd and told me that he didn't know anything about our case, had not seen any of my letters to COBLE, and that I should follow up with WHITNEY at the HSC; after asking him several times, Mautz finally agreed to discuss our case with COBLE so he at least knew that I was making a request to Congress, that action by his subcommittee was long overdue, and that there was a growing scandal at the HSC.

  49.    I then called for WHITNEY, who was walking down the hall to get coffee, so I left a message, waited for 10 minutes or so and called back twice, but got the HSC voicemail both times, and finally left another detailed message for WHITNEY on the HSC voicemail.

  50.    On February 5th, I again pleaded with Mautz to help, but all he would do was email WHITNEY again and ask him to call me.

  51.    I then called for WHITNEY again, and the secretary said he was on a call, so I asked to be put on hold; I held for over an hour, and then called back, left another detailed message for WHITNEY, and notified him that if he didn't return my call that day, I would be filing civil and criminal complaints against him, but not even that caused him to do the right thing.

  52.    On February 6th, I left 2 messages for Mautz requesting that he retrieve my family's documents from WHITNEY and hold them in his office until further notice; when I finally talked with Mautz that afternoon, he repeatedly refused, but then told me that he would contact my congressman, Tim Walz, figure out what to do and call me back, but never did.

  53.    On February 11th and 14th, I left messages for Chairman GOODLATTE to give him further opportunities to take control of the situation, but never heard back.

  54.    On February 14th, GOODLATTE'S staffer Temple Moore told me to contact HJC Director Shelley Husband regarding my problems with the committees; I repeatedly explained that I still wanted to talk directly with Chairman GOODLATTE, as he should know about the scandal, and Moore finally promised that he would ask his boss to return my call, but, despite that and two more messages for GOODLATTE, I never heard back.

  55.    I then called HJC Director Husband, who, once knowing who was calling, was 'unavailable,' so I left a very detailed message with her assistant to retrieve my family's pleadings from WHITNEY and to call me as soon as our documents were in the HJC office, but no later than that day so I could arrange to have them picked up, but no one ever called me back.

  56.    On February 19th, GOODLATTE'S staffer Temple Moore told me that he had picked up, at HJC, my most recent package containing 40 copies of our MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT and was told that that was all they had, which I know, and can prove, is a lie.

  57.    As I finish this pleading in early-March, I still do not know who has physical custody of our pleadings and letters, or if they have been destroyed.

FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION: SETTLEMENT

  58.    I reallege all preceding paragraphs of this complaint as if fully incorporated herein.

  59.    This cause of action seeks quick settlement of my civil claims against the defendants.

  60.    Because I miss my children terribly, I will accept the following in full and final settlement of the claims herein, if agreed to in writing by the defendants, to this Court, within 72-hours of receipt of this complaint, and if fulfilled within 10-days of agreement:

CONDITIONS OF SETTLEMENT:

 61.    Defendant CLAYTON R. HIGGINS JR. shall:

     a.    Resign your employment with our government;

     b.    Agree to never again apply for or hold a position in our government; and

     c.    Personally pay my family* $60,000.00 ($10,000 for each victim).

 62.    Defendant DAVID WHITNEY shall:

     a.    Resign your employment with our government;

     b.    Relinquish your license to practice law;

     c.    Agree to never again apply for or hold a position in our government;

     d.    Agree to never again apply for or hold a license to practice law; and

     e.    Personally pay my family* $120,000.00.

 63.    Defendant HOWARD COBLE shall:

     a.    If having no knowledge of my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein, simply certify so to this Court under penalty of perjury, and:

           1) Thoroughly investigate the scandal in your office and in the House Subcommittee on the Courts (HSC), find the facts, and report the facts to this Court within 30-days of receipt of this complaint;

           2) Terminate the employment, or cause the termination of employment, of all in your office, or with the HSC, who knew about my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein, but failed to report it to you; and

           3) Pay my family* $120,000.00 from your office's funding.

                     – or –

     b.    If having knowledge of my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein:

           1) Resign your employment with our government;

           2) Agree to never again run for, apply for or hold a position in our government; and

           3) Personally pay my family* $120,000.00.

 64.    Defendant BOB GOODLATTE shall:

     a.    If having no knowledge of my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein, simply certify so to this Court under penalty of perjury, and:

           1) Thoroughly investigate the scandal in your office and in the House Judiciary Committee (HJC), find the facts, and report the facts to this Court within 30-days of receipt of this complaint;

           2) Terminate the employment, or cause the termination of employment, of all in your office, or with the HJC, who knew about my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein, but failed to report it to you; and

           3) Pay my family* $120,000.00 from your office's funding.

                     – or –

     b.    If having knowledge of my family's crisis or of the circumstances described herein:

           1) Resign your employment with our government;

           2) Agree to never again run for, apply for or hold a position in our government; and

           3) Personally pay my family* $120,000.00.

 65.    Appropriate authorities employed by defendant UNITED STATES shall:

     a.    Terminate the employment of – and take whatever action necessary to remove from office – the individual defendants who fail to fulfill their respective settlement conditions, and any others involved in the scandal described herein;

     b.    Pay me* triple the amount of my extra time and expenses, as itemized in the attached AFFIDAVIT OF EXTRA TIME AND EXPENSES;

     c.    Pay my family* monthly in the amount of one-twelfth of HIGGINS' total gross earnings from our government in 2013, for six years;

     d.    Pay my family* monthly in the amount of one-twelfth of WHITNEY'S total gross earnings from our government in 2013, for twelve years;

     e.    Pay my family* monthly in the amount of one-percent of the HJC's total funding from all sources in 2013, for eighteen years;

     f.     Pay my family* monthly in the amount of one-percent of the HSC's total funding from all sources in 2013, for eighteen years; and

     g.    Dock the offices and the officials responsible for all moneys paid to my family in settlement or in judgment in this case.

                     * The defendants are to contact Clerk Angela D. Ceasar for payment instructions.

  66.    The defendants who fulfill their conditions of settlement as requested above will be dismissed from this civil action.

DEMANDS FOR PRELIMINARY RELIEF

WHEREFORE, in the event that one or more of the defendants fail to fulfill all of their respective conditions of settlement as specified above, having sufficient grounds, I, plaintiff John Doe, individually and in behalf of my five children, demand the following preliminary relief:

  i.        A preliminary order to defendant UNITED STATES to suspend the federal pay of each such individual defendant during this action;

  ii.       A preliminary order requiring each such individual defendant to pay 10% of all court costs, jury costs, our attorneys' fees, and for suitable accommodations, living expenses and travel to and from Washington D.C. for my family, protection including bodyguards if necessary, extra time and expenses, and whatever other expenses my family incurs during this action, and requiring the UNITED STATES to pay the balance.

  iii.      A preliminary order to the defendants to reimburse this Court and the Clerk's office for filing fees, service of process fees, court costs, jury costs, other expenses of this action, and the Courts' and Clerks' extra time in this action within 10-days of invoice;

  iv.      A preliminary order to the defendants to pay the fees and costs of two attorneys of our choice during this action within 10-days of invoice;

  v.       A preliminary order to the defendants to pay my family monthly in the amount of $24,750.00[ii] for suitable accommodations, living expenses, and travel to and from Washington D.C., during this action;

  vi.     A preliminary order to the defendants to pay my family monthly for the time we spend on this case, at the hourly rate of $250.00 for me, and, if any, at the hourly rates of $75.00 for each of my adult children and $25.00 for each of my minor children during this action [NOTE: My children will not be testifying or involved in the litigation in this case, unless advisable during discovery and the damages phase of the jury trial]; and

  vii.    A preliminary order to defendant UNITED STATES to dock the offices and the officials responsible for all moneys paid to my family from taxpayer funds in settlement or in judgment during this action.

SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION: VIOLATIONS OF OUR CIVIL RIGHTS

  64.    I reallege all preceding paragraphs of this complaint as if fully incorporated herein.

  65.    This cause of action seeks money damages against the individual defendants that fail to settle as requested in the first cause of action, and against the UNITED STATES, for their violations of our civil rights and negligence in stopping it, respectively.

  66.    This cause of action is brought mainly as a “Bivens”[iii] action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, which states in part:

    Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage … subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States … to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured …

VIOLATIONS OF OUR RIGHTS TO REDRESS, DUE PROCESS, AND EQUALITY UNDER THE LAW:

  67.    Each of my children and I have the fundamental civil right to redress under the 1st Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, which was established in 1789.

  68.    We also have the right to due process under the 14th Amendment – and to equal rights under the law pursuant to the 14th Amendment and 42 U.S.C. § 1981 – including the right to file our MASTER CIVIL COMPLAINT (MCC) at the United States Supreme Court (USSC) according to its rules for original jurisdiction, the right to fee waivers, and the right to service of process by the U.S. Marshal Service under the circumstances.

  69.    Clerks have no authority whatsoever to determine the Courts' jurisdiction; or to decide which pleadings will be filed based upon their interpretation of the law.

  70.    By refusing to file my family's pleadings, defendant HIGGINS repeatedly deprived all six plaintiffs our rights to redress, to several due processes, and to equal protection, repeatedly violating § 1981, § 1983 and the 1st and 14th Amendments of our Constitution.

  71.    By refusing to deliver my family's pleadings to USSC Clerk Scott S. Harris, defendant WHITNEY deprived these same fundamental civil rights multiple times.

  72.    By refusing to intervene, defendants COBLE and GOODLATTE caused further and ongoing deprivations of our fundamental civil rights.

VIOLATIONS OF OUR PROPERTY RIGHTS:

  73.    My family's pleadings are our property.

  74.    My family's pleadings are my intellectual property, created from eight years of study and research.

  75.    My family's pleadings are the greatest asset in my pursuit of justice for my family.

  76.    My family's pleadings are the only means by which we will ever obtain justice.

  77.    My family's pleadings are very valuable to my family.

  78.    By holding our pleadings, WHITNEY violated our rights under the 5th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, which guarantees that “No person shall…be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.”

  79.    By holding our pleadings, WHITNEY violated our rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1982, which guarantees that “All citizens of the United States shall have the same right … to inherit, purchase, lease, sell, hold, and convey real and personal property.”

  80.    By holding our pleadings, WHITNEY deprived us the help and intervention of the USSC, HJC, HSC and other federal offices, to reunite my family, reinstate my driver's license, protect us from further harm and many other things that would have rectified the out-of-control crime sprees in Colorado and Minnesota; which is another blatant violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1983.

  81.    By holding our pleadings, WHITNEY also committed theft, obstruction of justice and other crimes – see THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION.

  82.    By ignoring my repeated calls to retrieve our pleadings, COBLE and GOODLATTE violated our rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1981 that “All persons … shall have the same right … to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property.”

  83.    By refusing to take appropriate action against WHITNEY, COBLE and GOODLATTE are complicit in the violations and crimes against our property rights and in the deprivations of our rights to protect our property.

CONSPIRACY TO INTERFERE WITH CIVIL RIGHTS:

  84.    WHITNEY conspired with others at both the HSC and HJC, and with COBLE'S and GOODLATTE'S staffers, to deprive my family's fundamental civil rights, in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1985(3).

  85.    HIGGINS conspired with others at the USSC, and on information and belief, with WHITNEY, with other federal officials, and with one or more defendants named in my family's MCC, to obstruct justice and to deprive us our fundamental civil rights, in violation of 42 U.S.C. §§ 1985(2) and 1985(3).

  86.    On information and belief, WHITNEY conspired directly with HIGGINS, others at the USSC, and other federal officials, to obstruct justice in my family's MCC, in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1985(2).

  87.    On information and belief, WHITNEY also conspired directly with one or more of the defendants named in our MCC, to obstruct justice, in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1985(2).

  88.    On information and belief, WHITNEY conspired directly with COBLE and GOODLATTE, to violate my family's civil rights, in violation of § 1985(2) and § 1985(3).

  89.    Each of the above conspiracies is alleged again in the next cause of action, as I believe there will be ample evidence to prove several criminal conspiracies against my family.

NEGLIGENCE:

  90.    Any reasonable adult knows when their conduct will violate civil rights.

  91.    Any reasonably trained clerk, attorney, congressman, and staffer knows that their errors and omissions will likely cause harm to others.

  92.    HIGGINS, WHITNEY, COBLE and GOODLATTE owed each member of my family an extraordinary duty of care, as we are victims of several very serious crimes.

  93.    HIGGINS, WHITNEY, COBLE and GOODLATTE knowingly and willfully breached their duties to all six plaintiffs on several occasions.

  94.    HIGGINS breached his clerkship duties by neglecting to file my family's pleadings.

  95.    WHITNEY breached his duties as an attorney by neglecting to correct HIGGINS and violated his oath of office by allowing HIGGINS' violations of our Rule of Law.

  96.    WHITNEY breached his HSC duties by blatantly ignoring our Constitution and my family's rights under it.

  97.    WHITNEY, having knowledge of the wrongs conspired to be done, not only at the USSC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, and having power to prevent or aid in preventing the commission of the same, not only at the USSC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, breached his duties, and is therefore liable to my family for the wrongful acts and crimes committed, not only by HIGGINS but also by the defendants named in our MCC, according to 42 U.S.C. § 1986.

  98.    COBLE breached his duties as Chairman of the HSC by neglecting HIGGINS' and WHITNEY'S ongoing criminal misconduct and violations of our laws and rules, and my family's rights under them; and violated his oath of office, not only as HSC Chairman but also as a Congressman, by failing to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic” (which includes HIGGINS and WHITNEY).

  99.    COBLE, having knowledge of the wrongs conspired to be done, not only at the HSC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, and having power to prevent or aid in preventing the commission of the same, not only at the HSC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, breached his duties, and is therefore liable to my family for the wrongful acts and crimes committed, not only by WHITNEY and others at the HSC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, according to 42 U.S.C. § 1986.

  100.    GOODLATTE breached his duties as Chairman of the HJC by ignoring COBLE'S negligence as Chairman of the HSC, and by neglecting HIGGINS' and WHITNEY'S ongoing criminal misconduct and violations of our laws and rules, and my family's rights under them; and violated his oath of office, not only as HJC Chairman but also as a Congressman, by failing to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic” (which includes HIGGINS and WHITNEY).

  101.    GOODLATTE, having knowledge of the wrongs conspired to be done, not only at the HJC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, and having power to prevent or aid in preventing the commission of the same, not only at the HJC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, breached his duties, and is therefore liable to my family for the wrongful acts and crimes committed, not only by WHITNEY and others at the HJC but also by the defendants named in our MCC, according to 42 U.S.C. § 1986.

AS DIRECT AND PROXIMATE RESULTS:

  102.    As direct and proximate results of the defendants’ violations of my family's civil rights and the negligence in stopping it, each of my five children and I have suffered grievously and will continue to suffer damages, as itemized in our MCC[iv], until our pleadings are filed at the United States Supreme Court.

THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION: CRIMINAL MISCONDUCT

  103.    I reallege all preceding paragraphs of this Complaint as if fully incorporated herein.

  104.    This cause of action seeks money damages against the individual defendants that fail to settle as requested in the first cause of action, and against the UNITED STATES, for their criminal misconduct and negligence in stopping it, respectively.

  105.    By willfully depriving our rights to redress, due process and equal protection under the law, defendant HIGGINS is guilty of multiple counts of criminal deprivation of our rights under 18 U.S.C. § 242.

  106.    By refusing to file my family's pleadings at the USSC, HIGGINS is guilty of at least four counts of obstruction of justice under 18 U.S.C. § 1505.

  107.    By returning my family's pleadings with his fraudulent cover letter to discourage me from exercising our rights, HIGGINS is guilty of four counts of making materially false statements under 18 U.S.C. § 1001, four counts of mail fraud under 18 U.S.C. § 1341, and four counts of depriving my family “honest services” in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1346.

  108.    By aiding, abetting, and/or counseling HIGGINS' in his crimes, defendant WHITNEY is punishable as a principal in each of HIGGINS' crimes pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 2.

  109.    By assisting HIGGINS in order to hinder his apprehension and punishment, WHITNEY is an accessory after the fact in each if HIGGINS' crimes pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3.

  110.    By failing to report HIGGINS' crimes and the continued crime spree by the defendants named in our MCC, WHITNEY committed multiple counts of misprision of felony according to 18 U.S.C. § 4.

  111.    By refusing to deliver my family's pleadings to USSC Clerk Scott S. Harris, WHITNEY willfully deprived our rights to redress, violating 18 U.S.C. § 242 multiple times.

  112.    By holding our pleadings with the intent to permanently deprive us the benefit of our property, or to appropriate our property for the use of a third party, WHITNEY is guilty of theft.

  113.    By holding our pleadings with the intent to obstruct the administration of the law, WHITNEY is guilty of obstruction of justice according to 18 U.S.C. § 1505.

  114.    By criminally neglecting their duties, defendants COBLE and GOODLATTE assisted HIGGINS and WHITNEY in order to hinder their apprehension and punishment, and are therefore accessories after the fact in each of their crimes pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3.

  115.    By not reporting HIGGINS' and WHITNEY'S crimes, COBLE and GOODLATTE are guilty of misprision of felony according to 18 U.S.C. § 4.

  116.    HIGGINS conspired with others at the USSC, and, on information and belief, with WHITNEY, with other federal officials, and with one or more defendants named in my family's MCC, to obstruct justice and to deprive us our fundamental civil rights, committing multiple criminal conspiracies under 18 U.S.C. § 241.

  117.    WHITNEY conspired with others at both the HSC and HJC, and with COBLE'S and GOODLATTE'S staffers, to deprive my family's rights to the equal protection of the laws, committing multiple criminal conspiracies under 18 U.S.C. § 241.

  118.    On information and belief, WHITNEY conspired directly with HIGGINS, with others at the USSC, and with other federal officials, to obstruct justice in my family's MCC, committing multiple criminal conspiracies under 18 U.S.C. § 241.

  119.    On information and belief, WHITNEY also conspired directly with one or more of the defendants named in our MCC, committing further criminal conspiracies under 18 U.S.C. § 241.

  120.    On information and belief, WHITNEY conspired directly with GOODLATTE and COBLE to violate my family's rights, committing criminal conspiracy under 18 U.S.C. § 241.

  121.    On information and belief, HIGGINS, WHITNEY, COBLE and GOODLATTE also participated in the massive criminal conspiracy by the defendants named in our MCC to block my access to the judicial system; and were paid off, with taxpayer money, to do so.

AS DIRECT AND PROXIMATE RESULTS:

  122.    As direct and proximate results of the defendants’ crimes against my family, each of my five children and I have suffered substantial damages – see endnote iv.

PRAYER FOR RELIEF

WHEREFORE, plaintiffs pray for the following relief against the defendants who failed to settle according to the terms and conditions of the first cause of action herein:

     a.    Compensatory damages against defendant HIGGINS in the amount of $3,333.00 (three thousand, three hundred, thirty three dollars) per calendar day from October 21, 2013, until the day our MASTER CIVIL COMPLAINT and other pleadings are filed at the USSC, or the maximum amount allowable by law as determined by the Jury;

     b.    Compensatory damages against defendant WHITNEY in the amount of $6,667.00 (six thousand, six hundred, sixty seven dollars) per calendar day from October 21, 2013, until the day our pleadings are filed at the USSC, or the maximum amount allowable by law as determined by the Jury;

     c.     Compensatory damages against defendant COBLE in the amount of $6,667.00 (six thousand, six hundred, sixty seven dollars) per calendar day from October 21, 2013, until the day our pleadings are filed at the USSC, or the maximum amount allowable by law as determined by the Jury;

     d.    Compensatory damages against defendant GOODLATTE in the amount of $6,667.00 (six thousand, six hundred, sixty seven dollars) per calendar day from October 21, 2013, until the day our pleadings are filed at the USSC, or the maximum amount allowable by law as determined by the Jury;

     e.    Compensatory damages against defendant UNITED STATES in the amount of $12.42864 million (twelve million, four hundred twenty eight thousand, six hundred forty dollars) per calendar day from October 21, 2013, until the day our pleadings are filed at the USSC, or the maximum amount allowable by law as determined by the Jury; and

     f.      Punitive damages against all defendants in amounts determined by the Jury.

VERIFICATION PURSUANT TO 28 U.S.C. § 1746

I, plaintiff John Doe, verify under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.

DATED this 7th Day of March 2014.


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By Plaintiff:                             John Doe

(Plaintiffs' confidential real names, addresses and

phone numbers are on file at the United States

Supreme Court and the United States District

Court for the District of Columbia.)