Filing a New Case

After working through the Thanksgiving holiday, Michael Ellis and I finalized the Original Complaint for the next lawsuit to be filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. That document is now being circulated among the eleven (11) Co-Plaintiffs for their signatures.

Once I receive their scanned signature pages, I will collate them into the Complaint and file it, along with six (6) Exhibits in support. My goal is to mail the documents to the District Court Clerk’s office by Tuesday afternoon, November 28th, to arrive overnight by Wednesday, November 29th.

This case is similar to our case 17-cv-1720 McNeil, et al. v. Harvey, et al., which seeks declaratory judgment surrounding the actions of District Court Judges Christopher R. Cooper and Dale A. Drozd, and Magistrate Judge G. Michael Harvey. This new case, however, focuses on the actions of Appeals Court Judges Janice R. Brown, Douglas H. Ginsburg and Robert L. Wilkins, whose names appeared on several “Orders” affirming the dismissal of eight (8) cases in District Court.

Since I know the Department of Justice is monitoring this website, and because the case has not yet been filed, I will not tip my hand as to its contents. However, once it has been filed with the Clerk, and assigned a case number and a judge, I will post another blog describing the case and providing a link to the Complaint, and all Exhibits.

As I have stated before, the purpose of this website is to educate you, the American people, about the corruption, collusion and violations of multiple criminal statutes by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) personnel, Department of Justice (DoJ) attorneys, and the judges in the Federal District Court and Appeals Court, as their actions relate to the enforcement of the income tax.

The IRS-supplied documents supporting our lawsuits, the pleadings filed by the DoJ attorneys in response, as well as the dismissal and affirming “Orders” issued by the judges, provide ample evidence proving our claims. I encourage each of you to read the documents associated with these cases, download and save them, and spread the word to everyone on all of your social media platforms.

Request for Donations

The costs to file this new case will make it the most expensive one yet. As pro se litigants, we are prohibited from using the Court’s electronic filing system. Instead, we are required to file multiple copies of paper documents to all parties involved. In addition, the DoJ claims that simply mailing the Complaint to a judge at the courthouse, especially in “personal capacity” suits, does not constitute proper service.

Then, on November 17th, in case 17-1720, we discovered another problem. We hired a Process Service firm in Washington, D.C. to properly serve Judge Cooper in his chambers. A U.S. Marshall denied the Process Server access to serve Judge Cooper at the Courthouse, saying it was “strictly forbidden”.

Here is an image from the email I received:

In this new case, we will need to request that the Process Service firm perform a “skip trace” on all three (3) Defendants to obtain their home addresses. Once their home addresses are obtained, we must then retain a Process Server to serve each of the three (3) judges at their homes.

When all is said and done, I estimate the following costs will be incurred to file and serve all parties approximately 1,150 pages of documents supporting this suit:

U.S. District Court filing fee: $400.00
Postage: Approximately $200.00
Skip trace fee: 3 x $150.00 = $450.00
Process service fee: 3 x $75.00 = $225.00
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Total Costs = Approximately $1,275.00
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Michael and I will bear our fair share, but, if any of you are in a position to donate funds to help cover these costs, we’d certainly appreciate it.

If you are moved to do so, please follow the instructions here.

With your help, we will continue to peel back the layers of this monstrous fraud, exposing it to the light of Truth for all to see.

As always, we value your support as we fight this battle with God leading the way. With each lawsuit, the perpetrators of this fraud are running out of places to hide.

Thank you all for walking with us on this perilous journey to restore the Rule of Law in America.

Support my Campaign for U.S. Senator from Texas

The institutionalized IRS record falsification scheme we have uncovered, and the efforts by the DoJ and Federal judges to conceal and, thereby, perpetuate it, demonstrate that there is no remedy at law to stop it. But, there is a political solution that will.

I encourage each of you to click the link below my name and go to the website outlining my 2018 campaign for U.S. Senator from Texas. My primary mission is to introduce legislation in Congress to abolish both the corporate and individual income tax and fund a 50% smaller Federal government by simply reverting to the “Indirect” and “Direct” taxation methods written into the Constitution by the Founding Fathers in 1787. After all, those two methods fully funded the government for the first 125 years of America’s existence and have never been repealed.

As the candidate from the American Citizen Party, I will face off against the Republican, Democrat, Libertarian and Green Party candidates who will be selected by voters in the March 6, 2018 primary election. Currently, Ted Cruz is the incumbent Republican Senator seeking reelection in 2018.

With my candidacy, for the first time in more than 100 years, Texans will be given the opportunity to vote for liberty and prosperity at the level intended by the Founders for you, your children and future generations of Americans.

I pray you will support my candidacy with your volunteer efforts, campaign contributions and, if you live in Texas, your vote.

In liberty,

Bob McNeil
2018 U.S. Senate Candidate from Texas
21st Century American Revolutionary
Founder/President – American Citizen Party

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