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RIGHT TO PETITION IN US SUPREME COURT
November 29, 2007
U.S. Supreme Court Dockets
Landmark Right to Petition Case
Two days ago, the U.S. Supreme Court docketed two Petitions for Writ of Certiorari arising from the same decision by the United States Court of Appeals in the case titled, We The People v. United States. The Supreme Court will consider the two Petitions together.
One Petition for Writ of Certiorari, submitted by WTP Chairman Robert Schulz, was assigned Docket Number 07-681. The second Petition for Writ of Certiorari, filed by attorney Mark Lane, who is representing the remaining Plaintiffs, was assigned Docket Number 07-680.
By the end of the year we will know whether the nation's Highest Court will take upon itself the burden of considering -- for the first time in the Republic's history -- the constitutional meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment, i.e., the People's Right to Petition the government for a Redress of Grievances.
The burden is breathtaking in the scope of its implications.
Does anyone see the insane "solution" to a 1200 pound slab of granite crashing down? The "covered walkways" would NEVER protect a person from one of those granite slabs.
And 18 million dollars? How much would a NEW building cost? How about just taking off the granite slabs and re-siding it with aluminum siding...sounds a lot cheaper to me. It won't look as pretty, but at least it would be safe.
Repke said the "building went back to the bank and the county bought it from the bank." Sounds like a FORECLOSURE. Why isn't this building a "registered vacant building" like the "other" foreclosures?
Where are the "work orders" to bring the building up to code? The fact that DSI hasn't CONDEMNED the building as a PUBLIC HAZARD means that Kessler is guilty of misconduct in office.
Oh, and the comment that the city or county does not have jurisdiction over the state building...read the St. Paul Legislative Code...the City says that they have jurisdiction over EVERY building in the City. The legislature hasn't revoked the St. Paul City Charter, or "corrected" this part of the City Code.
I think that Magner and the boys should go into the building, without a warrant, and do a
Oh, he only has the balls to do that to the elderly or the minorities.
Anyone up for a public protest? I'll bring the backhoes.
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