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Ink support letter today; it’ll be part of case file in Jim Crow court battle

Please consider writing a letter of support to a federal judge weighing my lawsuit attacking Jim Crow policing and judicial secrecy in Tennessee. Your letter will become part of the case record. Please handwrite a quick memo.

Hon. Waverly Crenshaw

Federal Courts Building

719 Church Street

Nashville, TN 37203

Case No. 3:22-cv-00911. Judge Crenshaw is considering motions to dismiss from 5 defendants, and a recommendation to dismiss by Barbara Holmes, magistrate handling the proceedings pretrial. A brief letter is all I could expect, much like the one attached.

I am suing —

1. That general warrants be forbidden in Franklin, TN, and all other municipalities that allow for surplus violence and false arrests. The constitutional duty to get a warrant in misdemeanor cases is universally ignored in TN as officers reject the exceptions law at T.C.A. 40-7-103.

2. That the citation statute at T.C.A. 40-7-118 be declared unconstitutional because it requires imprisonment (booking, fingerprinting and mugshotting) prior to adjudication (the first hearing).

3. That the TN judicial conference, at which I was falsely arrested November 2021, be forced open after decades of unconstitutional secrecy under which judges connive to corrode our rights and complexify the law.

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