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The Democratic Republican™ (video 2)
Thursday, January 22, 2015
December 21st, 2012 Notice of Service Stewart Rhodes
Battle of Athens, Tennessee August 1946
September 2012 Montauk Gazette single
July 31st, 2012 Montauk Gazette
December 31st, 2011 Indefinite detention of U. S. citizens without charge or trial! Signed into very unfederal law The NDAA and the Militarization of America Al-Qaeda Flag over Benghazi Courthouse
December 12th, 2011 - John Wood of Change.org writes that President Obama proposed a veto of Section 1032 of the NDAA, which does not pertain to the detention of American citizens. Rather, that section deals with the use of the US military in taking custody of suspected criminals. Section 1031, which actually deals with the indefinite imprisonment of Americans, remains not only unopposed by the Obama administration, but the president has made sure that the law specifically includes Americans, urging Congress to redraft the legislation with increasingly confusing wording that makes the legalization detrimental to America.
President Obama could sign off on the legislation as early as tomorrow, December 13 if he chooses not to exercise his veto power. The bill, which includes budgetary provisions for the US military, comes at a price-tag several billion dollars cheaper than the president had asked for of Congress.
11/22/2011 Attorney General letter in re:Town of Montauk notice of filing
10/27/2011 services: Gov. Cuomo | Attorney General | Chief Judge Lippman
11/23/2011 | Town of Southampton v. Grannis | Southampton Trustees version 29 Misc 3d 1237(A), NY Supreme, Suffolk 09-3876
10/25/2011 | Notice of Filing Service Albany Service
10/5/2011 | Napeague answers Seaview answer Tanenbaum Ltr | E.H. Trustees answer
9/29/2011 | Town of Montauk intervenes in Napeague Beach driving case
Exhibits | Answer | Affidavit
04/21/2011 | New York Notice and Demand for an Executive Order (use bookmarks)
Service Governor Andrew Cuomo Chief Judge Lippman Secretary of State Filing w/ Albany County Clerk
Complaint (filed 10/5/2010)
Petition sent for service on Governor Paterson, Attorney General Cuomo, and Secretary of State Cortés-Vázquez with copy to chief Judge Lippman
Final 27 September 2010 Petition for an Excutive Order to compel filing of township of Montauk's Certificate of Incorporation by the Dept. of State of the State of New York
IMPORTANT PRESENTATIONS up on YouTube!
LTV Broadcast 9/30/96 clip 1 clip 2 clip 3
LTV Broadcast 10/7/96 clip 1 clip 2 clip 3
September 30th, 2008 - Affidavit serving June 2008 Gazette with notice
September 25th, 2008 - Affidavit of Service and Certification filed with New York State Supreme Court, Court of Appeals
May 23rd, 2008 - case dismissed, Motion to Reargue filed (corrected copy)
March 20th, 2008 - MONTAUK REPLY
March 14th, 2008 - 2nd E. H. Town Board reply
March 10th, 2008 - 2nd Court inquiry
March 5th, 2008 - E. H. Town Board reply
February 27th, 2008 - Court inquiry
January 23rd, 2008, Attorney General's office enters affirmation in opposition to Motion to Vacate (awaiting copy). Court rules prohibit a reply to this affirmation.
December 18th - Appeal Dismissed (want of prosecution).
December 11th, 2007 - due diligence, a new retainer agreement with Jason B. Kolodny, Esq..
October 11th, 2007 - Court of Appeal's Clerk's office sends letter affirming filing!
Letter to the Court - By FedEx October 8th, 2007
September 6th - Signature drive ends at meeting at Firehouse- 59 fully informed Montauk property owners' signatures collected!
May 27h, 2006 - Parties agree to extend the Town of East Hampton's time to answer to June 21st, 2006
November 19th, 2005 - Montauk Appeal filed with the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, 2nd Department, in Brooklyn!
September 16th, 2005 - 4,261 copies
of the Sept. 2005 Montauk
Gazette mailed to all Montauk property owners PRE-SORTED
FIRST CLASS MAIL (delivered 9/22 at Montauk).
January 11th, 2005 - Appellate
Docket no. 2005-339 is assigned.
Frank Sherman Benson Meadow (Hither
Plain Reservation, Breakers Motel beach path.)
Searchable pdf of book "MONTAUK"
Problems with delivery of the November 2003 Montauk
Gazette by the U.S.P.S. to Montauk addresses. Discussions with postmaster
Debbie Miller are continuing and a formal complaint is being considered. New
mailings will be made with notice.
4,330 copies of
Gazette mailed in Nov. 2003 as notice to all proprietors of record with
copies to Governor Pataki, Attorney General Elliot Spitzer and the courts.
House? Montauk Trustee June 17th petition
to Governor Pataki
34 pages updated 6/30 to include affidavits of service) Sold to Amedeo
and Antonella Gabrielli by deed dated
July 10, 2003.
MONTAUK GAZETTE MAILED NOVEMBER 5TH, 2003! Tax
data containing the proprietors' list of all Montauk taxpayers was provided
by Suffolk County Treasurers' office with the school district field for sorting
Montauk from the East Hampton. Copies are also being formally served upon
Governor George E. Pataki, Esq., Attorney General Elliot Spitzer, Esq., and
Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye.
- additional info -
Y. State's appeal against Stuart Bennett Vorpahl Stuart
answers the State's appeal and moves the court for discretionary relief in
the interest of substantial justice.
18th 2001 reply letter from the New York Attorney General's office to
appellant's notice pursuant to rule 500.2(d) of the Court of Appeals ("Where
a party will assert that a statute is unconstitutional, notice shall be given
to the Attorney General...".
1st, 2001 - Court of Appeals issues sua sponte order maintaining its position
that acting president and corporate assignee Robert A. Ficalora, a non-attorney,
is not the authorized representative of the MFOP/Montauk Trustee corporation
in dismissing its appeal.
16th, 2001 - TOWN ANSWERS NOLO CONTENDERE!
Provides no assistance to the court in support of extraordinary sua sponte
Orders and filings is listed below in chronological order.
"Updated Oct 18th, 2001 - The legal matter brought
against the town board government of East Hampton and Sunbeach Montauk II,
inc. (Montauk Trustee case) was for determination of Montauk property
owners' rights to the Benson Reservation properties in Montauk and to determine
the legality and constitutionality of East Hampton's claim of jurisdiction
over Montauk. The N. Y. Attorney General's office deferred intervention
until the court would determine "whether this appeal involves a substantial
constitutional question." The Court of Appeals did not address that
question, however, and instead dismissed the matter on the ground that
Mr. Ficalora, a non-attorney, cannot represent the MFOP/Montauk Trustee
No trial was had in any of our cases, and it is
uncontested after four years of litigation that Montauk is an incorporated
Township. The town board of the Town of East Hampton is not a legally established
entity and its claim of jurisdiction over Montauk is unconstitutional under
both the state and federal constitutions.
None of the cases brought before the Court of Appeals
has been finally determined as a matter of law. Montauk' substantial properties
and being injured or stolen and it's franchises - including that to tax
and to govern - are being usurped."
March 28, 2004 - the Town of Montauk, Inc.
has noticed intervention and served a motion to join Governor Pataki
in the action before the Court of Appeals in re: State of New York v. Stuart
Bennett Vorpahl and the Town of Montauk, Inc. The return date on the motion
for an answer by the Governor is April 5th, 2004, and there should be some
decision entered by the court shortly thereafter. Montauk has moved for briefing
For good, for law, for Montauk: in God we trust.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
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