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Name: Laser Haas
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Love BB, Laser Tag, Poker (Tournaments only). Work with Occupy camps. Willing to help you in your fight for justice (let's discuss it).

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Clairvoyant Court Dismisses Trump Lawsuit Before Filing

You won't believe your eyes. The Washington D.C. Federal Court prematurely Ordered the end of a lawsuit against Trump (and top officials of USAG, FBI, SEC) who was sued to block Jay Clayton nomination to be head of S.E.C.

The court acting as if psyhic, dismissed the case weeks before it was officially put into the docket record.




As alleged, Jay Clayton is directly linked to Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital and Sullivan & Cromwell law firm (whom moi alleges is connected to eToys racketeering cases); and the lawsuit sought a TRO until the racketeering facts could be addressed.

As is plain to see by the docket record, the papers were "entered" on May 24th, after being clocked in on May 9th; (which begs the question - where dud the clerk of court put the clocked in papers - for 2 weeks).

Taking the enigmatic to the Twilight Zone realm of backwardness, the court jumped the hooch of the case that wasn't opened until May 24th..

....by Ordering case dismissed on May 5th!

Do...do..dood...doot...

https://twitter.com/laserhaas01/status/877942666532577281
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A Clerk of Court is required by law to docket a case upon reception.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/rule_79


As the docket shows (misrepresents) it states the case was filed May 9th. But this is contradicted by the court's docket that notes the papers were received March 22nd.

Also bizarre is a strange connotation upon the belated clicked in papers ....stipulating "F-Deck"

Hmmmmm, U wonder what "F-Deck" means?

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