SYRACUSE SHOWDOWN IN SEPTEMBER To March and Protest against NYS and Support the Native Plaintiffs who were unjustly attacked and severely injured on Sovereign Land by NYS Troopers at the Onondaga Nation. WARNING: Violence may Erupt if we are Challenged by Local, State, and Federal Law Enforcement as WE DO NOT BACK DOWN !!! This is a Public Announcement from the #ChiefExecutiveOfficer, Deborah McComber. A #WarriorCallout is hereby Officially Published. Please join us. Please Share. nia:wen kowa (thank you very much). Blessings to us all.Please post and distribute.
MNN. AUG. 16, 2016. We’re hoping the wait for justice may soon be over! After almost 20 years since the brutal beating of over 100 onkwe’hon:weh by the New York State Troopers [Jones, et al v. Parmley, et al 5:98-cv-00374-FJS-TWD] the following bunch of orders came:
Justice railroad being dismantled.
The Court hereby ORDERS that Counsel for Defendants and all pro se Plaintiffs shall attend in person pretrial conference on August 18, 2016, at 11:00 a.m. in Syracuse, New York. .. the Court will dismiss with prejudice the claims of any pro se Plaintiff who fails to attend. The Court further ORDERS that the date for filing and serving pretrial submissions and motions … and any opposition to motions in limine, as set further in the Court’s Order dated February 12, 2016, remains in effect. The Court also advises … September 8, 2016 meeting is on and does not affect the date for the commencement of the trial … September 20, 2016. Signed by Senior Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr. on 7/8/2016. [Copy served upon pro se plaintiffs via regular mail] [nmk]
NYS Troopers advance into court.
We are the victims. 17 of us have no lawyers. Terrance Hoffman, Anello, Peikin and the rest dumped us as clients when we refused to take the money offered by NYS to drop everything and keep our mouths shut. The Court in Syracuse is “procedurciding” us.
Scullin sent a threat to us to visit his [court] house or else! Also, we have to file and serve this and that paper to him and dozens of his friends by a complicated costly railroading system called a ‘dead’line or else they’re good for nothing! We don’t have electronic mail. They won’t accept anything by email or fax. Our custom is to send a runner with a wampum to verbally deliver our messages.
Judge Scullion says we have to be at his house by 11:00 or else!
We’re being jerked around. We need worldwide support.
Johnny Cash’s song “Cocaine Blues” ia dedicated to the Troopers: “In walked the man holding the verdict in his right hand. The verdict read in the first degree. I hollered, “Lawdy, lawdy. Have mercy on me!” The judge he smiled as he picked up his pen – 99 years in the Folsom pen … 99 years underneath that ground … Come on, you gotta listen unto me … lay off that whiskey and let that cocaine be.”