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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Woman submits profanity-laced tirade after lawsuit is dismissed ... " FUCK THIS COURT "

Woman submits profanity-laced tirade after lawsuit is dismissed ...  " FUCK THIS COURT "

Atlanta - After a woman's civil rights suit, filed on behalf of her son and husband, was tossed out in court, she responded with a nine-page, profanity-filled submission to the court

Link to Document: > FUCK THIS COURT

In September 2010, Tama Jada Clark was pulled over in Camilla, Georgia. Police searched her vehicle and discovered she had a AK-47 rifle and a .45-caliber pistol, both fully loaded, plus wilderness survival gear. Officers also allegedly heard cell phone recordings suggesting Clark was trying to break her husband — currently serving a 30-year sentence — out of jail, and she was arrested.

In 2014, Clark filed a lawsuit, saying her civil rights were violated. She claims she was not in the same city as the jail her husband is being kept in, though the town she was pulled over in is close by. She also says she legally owned the two guns.

During her court appearance, she apparently claimed to be born in Pensacola, Florida, though she says she's not a "citizen or national" of the United States. Her lawsuit was dismissed by U.S. District Court Judge Willis B. Hunt on March 31. In response she submitted a nine-page legal filing accusing the court of favouring authorities and ignoring her more than 100 pages of "proper rebuttals."

"F*ck this court and everything it stands for," Clark said in the document. "Look here, old man, when I told you I AM Justice – I meant it." She goes on to say she took a month to study the "history of the world" and "American jurisprudence" and that the FBI and CIA have been trying to recruit her. She also said she thinks the court ignored her because it couldn't defend itself against her legal arguments.
She also submitted 25 pages of supplementary materials, including an article she wrote called "Why Most Americans Do Not Inherently Owe Federal Income Taxes."


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