US SUPREME COURT – 5TH CIR.,
Order List for Monday, Nov 18, 2019
What happened when people or companies appealed to the US Supreme Court
(Petition for Writ of Certiorari)
18-9538 (18-60399) Mark Anthony Head v. United States (Criminal)
18-9687 (18-40388) Candelario Lucio-Garza v. United States (Criminal)
19-104 (17-41176) Flavio Tamez v. United States – Petiton Denied and Rehearing Denied (Criminal) .
19-340 (18-10382) – Featured LIT Case (DeJoria) – see Below; Petition Denied. (Civil Bankruptcy).
19-384 (18-40272) Harmon L. Taylor v. City of Sherman, Texas, et al. (Criminal)
19-5171 (16-70025) Victor Hugo Saldano v. Lorie Davis, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division (CAPITAL CASE)
19-5199 (19-10078) Billy John Roberson v. Rowlett Police Department, et al. (Criminal)
19-5553 (18-60261) Angela Roy v. United States (Criminal)
19-5934 (17-50914) Bruce Randol Merryman v. Lorie Davis, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division (Criminal)
19-5947 (18-50539) Michael Patrick Kennedy v. Lorie Davis, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division (Criminal)
19-5952 (18-60869) Keith A. Gordon v. Cenedra D. Lee, et al. – Petition Filed regarding Judicial Bias at the Lower Court (Denial of Writ of Mandamus to 5th Circuit)
19-5985 (18-20263) Leeroy Cesar Carballo v. Lorie Davis, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division (Criminal) – Petition Filed complaining “whether and to what extent will the criminal justice system tolerate a defense attorney who overrides a defendant.’s right to testify”
19-6004 (18-11453) Lynn Taylor v. United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (Criminal)
19-6109 (18-50616) James Abraham Mata v. United States (Criminal)
19-6295 (18-10403) Antonio Flores, Petitioner v. United States (Criminal)
19-6334 (17-11490) Ignacio Arellano-Banuelos v. United States (Immigration AND Criminal)
19-6335 (19-40697) James Morris Balagia, v. United States (Criminal)
19-6353 (17-20694) Bekir Buluc, aka Celebi Buluc, aka Bekir Celibi v. United States (Immigration AND Criminal)
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES (HOMEOWNER/BANK/NON-BANK RELATED)
19-408 NEHRKE, GAREY R. V. WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
“The fate of future generations hangs on the steadfastness to correct these Constitutional violations against Mr. Nehrke, his family and millions of others.
Rule of law directs that void judgements are a nullity and have no standing, and no Court or judge can make valid that which is not. The injustices plaguing the Courts in favor of corporate and political interests must end.
It’s time for Constitutional rights of due process, fairness and justice to prevail as it was meant to be when created by our founding fathers.
The U.S. Government is undeniably utilizing the GSEs as State-actor financial agents, and is syphoning Billions of unlawful monies from these companies which is coming from countless wrongful foreclosures on Americans homes.
With the recent federal Court ruling that the NWS is unconstitutional, and the previous ruling deeming the FHFA unconstitutional, this High Court must step in and set the rightful precedent that is needed to correct over a decade of wrongful foreclosures.
This is clearly a Constitutional issue which demands exclusive federal jurisdiction and the addressment of this Supreme Court. Wells Fargo has committed unconscionable acts against millions of Americans in furtherance of these unlawful foreclosures, many that the government has an undeniable financial interest in.
These are far reaching issues of great public importance which affect the lives of all Americans.
These issues can no longer be ignored and/or stonewalled in the Courts, as the largest heist of American property and wealth in our Country’s history must be rectified. State records divisions contain a plethora of corrupted land titles while secret securitizations, rehypothecations, default policies and multiple derivative hedges have allowed Wells Fargo and others to gain unjust monies from mass foreclosure fraud.
These unlawful and undisclosed securities transactions were misrepresented to unsuspecting victims as traditional mortgages.
Furthermore, the government has collected Billions in fines for numerous frauds that substantiates the need for homeowner restitution, as unlawful benefits well above the note balances owed were syphoned from each property by non-legal owners like Wells Fargo.
These questions are ripe for review and addressing by the Court to set rightful Constitutional precedent.”
“Application of the Article III constitutional analysis is straightforward here. As the jury found, LSI was harmed when Respondents caused it to take on millions of dollars of debt that it had no hope of repaying.
As the jury found, that debt was a direct result of the efforts of Respondents, who were corporate fiduciaries and their abettors, to inflate LSI’s stock price for their personal gain.
And, as in Norris, “this litigation can redress the loss through damages, as the judgment demonstrates.” Norris, 869 F.3d at 366.
Thus, there can be no doubt about LSI’s (and, in bankruptcy, the Trustee’s) constitutional standing to assert these claims.
To overcome their failure to raise—much less prove—these merit-based defenses in the district court, Respondents disguised them in standing “garb”12 in the hope of misleading the Fifth Circuit on appeal.
Unfortunately, the Respondents’ ruse worked.”
CASE CODE KEY
q First Letter = Jurisdictional Grounds (ex. 13-100 CSX)
C – Certiorari
A – Appeal
Q – Certified Question
q Second Letter = Court Below (ex. 13-100 CSX)
S – State
F – U.S. Court of Appeals
T – Three-Judge District Court
M – U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
O – Other Court
q Third Letter = Nature of Case (ex. 13-100 CSX)
X – Civil
Y – Criminal
H – Habeas Corpus or other collateral attack