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    INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE

    CRIMINAL COMPLAINT AGAINST

    U.S. ATTORNEY ANARCHY BRIAN ALBRITTON

    CRIMINAL CONCEALMENT OF SCAM O.R. 569/875

    Legislation which constitutes an invasionof the province of the judiciary isinvalid. Thursby v. Stewart, 138 So. 742(Fla. 1931).

    Here, there were

    NO legislationNO lawmakers.

    It is not, however, an established fact that

    the document is forged or invalid.

    Doc. # 159, 04/21/10 p. 4, B.

    U.S. Attorney, Anarchy Brian Albritton

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    Respectfully submitted,A. Brian AlbrittonUnited States Attorney

    By: s/ Jennifer Waugh CorinisJennifer Waugh CorinisAssistant United States AttorneyFla. Bar No. 49095400 North Tampa Street, Suite 3200Tampa, Florida 33602Telephone: (813) 274-6310Facsimile: (813) 274-6200Email: jennifer.corinis@usdoj.gov

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    admissions on file, and designate specific facts showing that there is a genuine issue for

    trial. Celotex, 477 U.S. at 324.

    Here, Plaintiffs have failed to establish that there are any facts in the record that

    are material, let alone that there are undisputed material facts. Conclusory statements

    cannot pass for facts in a summary judgment motion.

    B. Plaintiffs Motion Fails to Establish Any Material Facts

    The facts Plaintiffs cite in their brief are not facts at all; rather, the facts consist

    of Plaintiffs insistence that a 1969 Lee County document is a forgery, and that all

    defendants know that it is a forgery:

    there was no genuine issue as to any material fact, becauseGovernmental forgeries D.R. 569/875" and 12-44-20-01-00000.00A0were contrary to Florida and Federal law and null and void from the outset.The fake legal descriptions in said forgeries never existed, Plat Book 3,Page 25 (1912).

    It is not, however, an established fact that the document is forged or invalid. Plaintiffs

    make no effort to cite to anything in the record -- other than their own statements -- to

    establish any facts, material or otherwise. Thus, the Plaintiffs cannot meet their burden

    to establish that there is no genuine issue as to any material fact, and summary

    judgment must be denied. Celotex, 477 U.S. at 322.

    C. Plaintiffs Are Not Entitled to Judgment as a Matter of law

    Plaintiffs fail to state any cognizable legal arguments in support of their

    conclusory allegations against the USAO Defendants. For example, they fail to plead

    even the bare minimum required to state a claim for fraud. Allegations of fraud must

    satisfy the heightened pleading requirement of Rule 9(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil

    Procedure Rule 9(b), which requires that a party must state with particularity the

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    HOWHITLEREXPANDEDHIS EMPIRE BYCRIMINALLAND CLAIMS

    PARODY BY JOHN E. STEELE

    Signedand executedby the Fhrer in Fort Myers Gas Chambers

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    BEN D. THURSBY v. ISAAC A. STEWART (12/23/31)

    SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA, EN BANC

    Docket Number available at www.versuslaw.com

    Citation Number available at www.versuslaw.com

    December 23, 1931

    BEN D. THURSBY, ET AL., APPELLANTS,

    v.

    ISAAC A. STEWART, APPELLEE; ISAAC A. STEWART, APPELLANT,

    v.

    BEN D. THURSBY, ET AL. APPELLEES

    An appeal from the Circuit Court for Volusia County; Daniel A. Simmons, Judge.

    Hull, Landis & Whitehair, of DeLand, for Board of Trustees of Volusia Co. Fair;

    W. J. Gardiner, for Daytona Beach, for Ben D. Thursby, et al., individually and as constituting Board o f County Commissioners o f

    Volusia County;

    Stewart and Stewa rt, for DeLand, for Solicitors for Isaac A. Stewart.

    Davis, Commissioner, Buford, C. J., And Whitfield, Ellis, Terrell, Brown And Davis, J. J., concur.

    Author: Davis

    DAVIS, Commissioner. -- Isaac A. Stewart, whom we will refer to as the complainant, the owner of property and a taxpayer in

    Volusia County, Florida, filed his bill of complaint in the C ircuit Court of Volusia County against the members o f the Board o f County

    Commissioners of said County of Volusia, individually and as constituting the sa id Board of County Commissioners, Samuel D.

    Jordan, Clerk, etc., Volusia County Fair Association, Inc., a corporation, Board of Trustee o f Volusia County fair, a corporation, W. E.

    Swope, Lillian Frances Nordman, G. A. Tyler, A. B. Prevatt and J. G. Dreka, individually and as constituting the members of "Board o f

    Trustees of Volusia County Fair", a corporation, and herein alleged substantially that the said County Commissioners, without

    authority of law, dona ted and paid out, as a gratuity, the sum of four hundred dollars of the public funds of Volusia County to

    Volusia County Fair Association, a corporation, to help in securing the operation of a county fair, a warrant for sa id sum having been

    issued by the Chairman and Clerk of the said Board; that in the budget prepared by said Board, an appropriation of $6,000.00 was

    provided for to be paid out of the agricultural fund to the said Volusia County Fair Association, and that it was out of said

    appropriation that said sum of $400.00 was paid; that at the regular session of the Legislature of Florida, in 1931, a bill was passed

    entitled,

    "An Act requiring the Board of County Commissioners of Volusia County, Florida, to Pay Over to the Board of Trustees of the Volusia

    County Fair, the sum of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000.00) which was appropriated to the Volusia County Fair Association, by the

    Board of County Commissioners of said County, in the budget for said County for the fiscal year beginning, on the 1st day of

    October, A.D. 1930, and to end on the 30th day of September, A.D. 1931."

    the same being known and referred to herein as Senate Bill No. 910; that the same Legislature also passed a bill entitled,

    "An Act creating a Board of Trustees of the Volusia County Fair, in Volusia County, Florida, and requiring said Board o f Trustees to

    acquire, purchase and take over in the name of Volusia County, all property of the Volusia County Fair Association, Inc., and to

    promote, mainatain and carry on annually a fair or exposition in said county, and investing said Board of Trustees with othe r powers

    and dut ies for the carrying out o f the provisions of said Act, and requiring the Board of County Commissioners of Volusia County,

    Florida, to levy a tax su fficient to raise the necessary funds to carry out the provisions of sa id Act, said Act not to exceed One Mill on

    the dollar, and giving the sa id Board of Trustees the entire control of such fair or expos ition and all matters conne cted therewith

    and a ll property that may be acquired under said act and all funds derived from said tax or any other sources."

    the same being known and referred to herein as Senate Bill No. 911 and that both bills were approved by the Governor on June 11,

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    1931; that pursuant to the terms of Senate Bill No. 910, the said Board of County Commissioners, had been requested by said

    Board of Trustees of Volusia County Fair, to pay over to them the sum of $6,000.00 which has been appropriated to Volusia County

    Fair Association, and tha t the defendants, W . E. Swope , Lillian Frances Nordman, G. A. Tyler, A. B. Prevatt and J. G. Dreka, were

    designated in Senate Bill No. 911 as such Board of Trustees; that although the complainant had objected personally to a number of

    said Board of County Commissioners against the payment of said sum, a meeting of said Commissioners had been called to be held

    on July 13, 1931, for the purpose of taking action and making payment of such money to the Volusia County Fair Association, and to

    include in their budget for the year 1931, such sum of money as may be required or demanded by the Board of Trustees of Volusia

    County Fair, and it was alleged upon information and belief that it was the intention of said Board of Commissioners to

    misappropriate the further sum of $6,000.00 by paying it over to the Board of Trustees o f Volusia County Fair in accordance with the

    provisions of said Acts of the Legislature; that the appropriation to the Volusia County Fair Association was without authority of law,

    in that it was in violation of Section 9, Article X, of the Constitution of Florida, wh ich provides that,

    "The Legislature shall not authorize any County X X X to obtain or appropriate money for or to loan its credit to any company,

    corporation, association, institution or individual,"

    and that the Legislature is without power to turn over the administration of public funds or to expend or disburse the same in any

    way, except under and pursuant to law , by a duly commissioned o fficer of the State of Florida, or of the Counties of the State , for a

    valid County purpose.

    Complainant alleged further, up