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    07-26-2020, 03:02 AM
    Opinion: U.S. District Court in Greensboro and Winston-Salem, NC is acting outside of itís Constitutional authority; lack of jurisdictionalso posted at the lawyer blog: https://marygsykes.com/2020/07/25/opinion-u-s-district-court-in-greensboro-and-winston-salem-nc-is-acting-outside-of-its-constitutional-authority-lack-of-jurisdiction/ by Laurie Azgard Is the U.S. district court in Greensboro and Winston-Salem in North Carolina acting outside of itís original authority delegated by the Constitution of the United States of America? Is the federal court system throughout the ďMiddle District of North CarolinaĒ even acting as a legitimate judicial tribunal authority or has it over-exceeded that legal authority? It all goes back to the principal of Magna Carta Libertatum, and as of why Courts in the first place have the authority to interpret the Constitution and the laws passed by Congress as well as executive orders passed by Presidents. We have three branches of government. One of the branches is the executive branch also known as the President of the United States. Second branch is the legislative branch which is that of Congress. The third branch of government is the judicial branch which is what of the courts. Originally the only court with the original power of legal interpretation was the Supreme Court, and no other court was mentioned in the Constitution. It was Congress that had passed a law to create the lower courts as the Supreme Court could be overwhelmed with cases across the country, and regional courts had to be set up to even out the case load and controversies. Can a lower court such as a district court and court of appeals act to disregard the Constitution and disregard the case law precedent that was originally set by the United States Supreme Court? The case law that this blogger MaryGSykes had originally put on this post has some answers to these very important questions of law and authority:
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    07-22-2020, 10:14 PM
    Letter from Brian D. Hill of USWGO Alt. News to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by Laurie Azgard Note: Image of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Donald Trump is a White House photo, therefore is public domain and holds no copyright liability, and I still hold that it is protected under Fair Use Doctrine. Brian D. Hill formerly of USWGO alternative news had mailed out a letter to Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, a associate Justice who was appointed to the bench by U.S. President Donald John Trump in 2018. Brian had asked this Justice under the Ďrule of 4í to consider his petition for writ of certiorari, and to drain the swamp as Donald Trump instructed people to do. I received three files from Brianís mother, one containing a signed scanned document of the letter which was mailed to the Supreme Court in Washington, DC. The second document containing the typed version of the letter without a signature and is easy to search up text. The third document is the scans of a certified mail ticket and return receipt. Document downloads below the images. Letter to Justice Kavanaugh Letter to Justice Kavanaugh Ė Scanned Certified mail receipt, return receipt The letter to Justice Kavanaugh at the Supreme Court has some interesting paragraphs:
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