To: Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Kennedy, Justice Thomas, Justice Ginsburg, Justice Breyer, Justice Alito, Justice Sotomayor, Justice Kagan, President/ Attorney Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch
SCOTUS Grant 16 NEW Questions on Mass Incarceration and Public Servant Accountability
U.S. Supreme Court- Please GRANT 16 NEW QUESTIONS in Case No. 15-6566 (NC) and 15-6567 (GA) pertaining to Mass Incarceration, Public Servant Accountability, Judicial Reform, the Best Interest of a child and ensuring access to inalienable Constitutional Rights for all citizens of the United States of America.
Why is this important?
My name is Kimberly Spence, mother to eight-year-old Spencer. Like you, I want to protect the best interest of children and families.
That's why I currently have 16 NEW intervening questions before the U.S. Supreme Court pertaining to Mass Incarceration, Public Servant Accountability, Judicial Reform, the Best Interest of a child and ensuring access to inalienable Constitutional Rights, life, liberty, freedom, justice and equality for all citizens of the United States of America.
The U.S. Supreme Court ONLY Dockets cases that have proven Constitutional Violations (Michael Duggan, Clerk already acknowledged that the cases are not meritless) and the Court is MANDATED to Rule on cases involving Constitutional Violations when two or more States file cases. However, the U.S. Supreme Court Justices will only grant the hearing of the 16 NEW Questions and / or decide to rule on the cases during their PRIVATE CONFERENCE ON JUNE 2, 2016 if We the People create enough demand or awareness surrounding the need to provide access to inalienable Constitutional Rights for all citizens.
Please sign this Petition and share the information with all of your contacts.
Title: Spencer's Mom
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Summary… U.S. Supreme Court Windsor-Spence Case - NOs. 15-6566 and 15-6567. You may find quick answers to Frequently Asked Questions here… http://www.whatsbest4spencer.com/questions---answers.html Also, please remember to help fund the mounted cost of the U.S. Supreme Court Cases and What's Best 4 Spencer cause expenses by clicking here... https://www.gofundme.com/vzen8e8s
16 QUESTIONS PRESENTED to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices
1. Whether the best interest, safety, security and United States Citizenship of a minor child(ren) should take legal precedence over the need to honor jurisdictional rules, laws, statutes or guidelines governing the care and upbringing of a minor child in State, Federal or International law, treaties, policies or long arm statutes governed by the state of Georgia, North Carolina, all other states and the Federal government; as these intervening mandates deprive citizens of access to their inalienable Constitutional Rights as well as access to Federal Statutes and Laws that guarantee such inalienable Constitutional Rights as guaranteed to all citizens of the United States of America under…
2. Whether the State of Georgia, North Carolina and all other states should automatically mandate the video or audio recording of court proceedings; as well as the take-down, transcription and release of all recordings and transcriptions, without the requirement of litigant(s) request for release of court proceedings, and at no cost to the litigant(s)…
3. Whether the State of Georgia, North Carolina or any other state should have the right to require citizens of this great nation to forego any of their inalienable constitutional rights, including their constitutional right to refuse to be psychologically evaluated…
4. Whether the State of Georgia, North Carolina or any other state should have the ability to levy forms of punishment against citizens of this great nation for exercising, seeking or attempting to gain access to any of their Inalienable Constitutional Rights…
9. Whether citizens of the United States living in the State of Georgia, North Carolina, Montana and all other states should have access to due process, proper service, more than 30 days adequate notice of hearing, free access to telephone services, free legal research materials, free access to the Internet for research purposes, free use of computers, free printing services, normal visitation, less expensive (over the long run) whole foods, adequate and humane – non predatory shelter, free prescription drugs, immediate medical attention, free legal services…
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