On Tuesday I sent to Nashville and the supreme court a filing that complains of unjust, partial, prejudicial and inequitable treatment by unjust judge Pamela Fleenor in chancery. Could you help me by letting the justices know my case has an unusual public interest?
Please send a letter to the TN supreme court demanding action on the David Tulis mandamus case to overturn the CV-19 state of emergency.
Why it matters
Since Oct. 2, the case State of Tennessee ex rel David Tulis v. Bill Lee, governor, et al has been slow-walked by Hamilton County judge Pam Fleenor. The petition is for a writ of mandamus. In issuing the writ, Judge Fleenor would tell Gov. Lee and health administrator Becky Barnes to obey the law. She has refused for no stated reason.
All parties are openly violating TCA 68-5-104, the main law on epidemics. In ignoring the law, they are applying police powers upon the public generally, not upon the sick specifically. The harm began March 12 with Gov. Lee’s first executive order. Lee and Barnes have abrogated many constitutional rights (religion, commerce, assembly, travel, due process).
What’s happening today
David Tulis on Dec. 22, 2020, mailed a second administrative grievance to the supreme court. David’s first appeal to the supreme court on these same grounds was Nov. 2. The judges rejected it. David is demanding reconsideration. Pam Fleenor continues blocking an emergency matter that the mandamus law requires get action in 2 weeks or less.
Chief Justice Jeff Bivins
TN Supreme Court
401 7th Ave. North
Nashville, TN 37219-1407
Max 3-4 sentences
— Tell how lockdowns, mask rules and depression have harmed you.
— Ask the justices to reconsider David’s demand for supervision of unjust judge Pam Fleenor. Order her to obey the rule of law, honor godly rules of equity (the specialty of chancery court), and issue the writ immediately to stop further irreparable harm to the state and the people
— Say you are following the case in local media. Demand oversight, reform, and instruction of Judge Fleenor. Demand action. Demand the writ issue today.
Help David’s reporting
Send scans or copies of your demand letter to David. email@example.com. Or 10520 Brickhill Lane, Soddy-Daisy, TN 37379
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