Saturday, September 8, 2012

Court Injunction Sought to Recover Stolen Computer Equipment

During his UNLAWFUL 127-day incarceration, Spencer C. Young was UNLAWFULLY denied legal representation and access to any computers.  Therefore he had to represent himself (referred to as "Pro Se"), and file hand-written motions on his own behalf (see below).  Worse yet, he was denied access to a copier, so he had to painstakingly hand-write additional copies for the Court Clerk, and for himself.  This was just another inhumane form of torture by criminal public officials.

Reflected below is Mr. Young's Motion For Court Injunction which sought immediate injunctive relief for the wrongful taking of his computer equipment (pictured below) in what was clearly an UNLAWFUL search and seizure, and authorized by a woefully corrupt Pinellas County (FL) Judge, Philip J. Federico, who maliciously disregarded the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution.
The judge principally responsible for perpetuating Mr. Young's UNLAWFUL incarceration in Pinellas County (FL) jail was J. Thomas McGrady, who was at the time Chief Judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit (for Pinellas and Pasco Counties in Florida).  Mr. McGrady chose to not seek reelection as Chief Judge because Federal CRIMINAL "Color of Law" Charges were filed against him for his reprehensible disregard for Mr. Young's rights.

The profoundly corrupt McGrady responded to this motion in the same manner as he had done with all other motions -- he simply rejected it in direct violation of Mr. Young's Constitutional rights.
      Federico                     The Extensively Corrupt Court Involved                         McGrady

How 17 of Spencer C. Young's Constitutional Rights Were Violated

This court filing details instances where Spencer C. Young's constitutional rights were violated in his wrongful arrest and unlawful incarceration at Pinellas County Jail on charges that were dismissed as meritless . . . because they were fabricated out of thin air.  This is handwritten because Pinellas County Jail inmates are denied access to ANY and ALL computers.  

This supplement to other pending motions was ignored by the presiding judge (J. Thomas McGrady), who was later indicted on Federal Color of Law Criminal Charges, as he played a pivotal role in this abomination.

Motion To Set Bail, Which Should Have Been Available on Day One

As Noted Throughout this Motion, Spencer C. Young, should have been granted bail and not been subjected to the overwhelming personal anguish as a maximum security inmate at Pinellas County Jail.

Motion to Dismiss an Entirely fraudulent and Absurd Charge

The sworn motion to dismiss all charges is premiated on undisputed facts, the most notable of which are:
(1) This is a Florida matter and
(2) Requesting the return of one's property is not a crime.

President Obama, Am I Better Off today?

This letter to President Obama should be used by the Republican National Committee much like "Swift Boat" was used against John Kerry in the 2004 Presidential Election. If you read this, you will understand why.

To Pinellas County Officials: "What Sort of Stewards of the U.S. Constitution Are You?"

This letter was sent to the senior Pinellas County Florida officials responsible for Spencer C. Young's unlawful incarceration at Pinellas County Jail, predicated on a bombastically fraudulent charge which North Carolina Judge David Q. LaBarre and his girlfriend, Leah R. Krier made up out of thin air. The Pinellas County Officials are:

  • Ken Burke - Clerk of the Court
  • Bob Gualitieri - Sheriff
  • J. Thomas McGrady - Chief Judge
  • Frank Quesada - Criminal Division Judge

             Burke                       Gualtieri                          McGrady                    Quesada
In the below transmittal, associations are made with the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence in the context of history repeating itself, while Mr. Young's violated civil rights are likened to those of an oppressed woman in Afghanistan.

This is one of the many "smoking guns" evidencing Pinellas County officials were apprised of the outrageous assault on Spencer C. Young's civil rights and their ensuing actions, or lack thereof, confirm they were knowing complicit.