3summary judgment, and civil contempt with arrest on writ of bodily attachment, and who used the mail to carry out a “scheme or artifice to defraud” me [18 U.S.C. § 1341] of “the intangibleright of honest services.” [18 U.S.C. § 1346].
U.S. v. Terry, No. 11-4130, C.A.6.Judge Cook made a false record of the hearing September 28. 2010Judge Cook ordered me removed from court, falsely stated I “elected to leave”7.After filing my federal Complaint, I drove from Ocala to Tampa for a hearing beforeJudge Cook at 11:00 AM with opposing counsel Mr. Rodems, also a Defendant in 5:10-cv-503.8.At the start of the 11:00 AM hearing, the transcript shows I informed Judge Cook thatshe was a Defendant in federal case 5:10-cv-503, and I provided her a copy of the Complaint.9.The transcript shows I made a spoken motion to disqualify Judge Cook on severalgrounds, including her conflict as a Defendant in my federal lawsuit, case no. 5:10-cv-503, a business relationship with husband William H. Sedgeman, Jr., and disability discrimination.10.Judge Cook refused to recuse as trial judge. Instead, Judge Cook ordered me removed from the hearing, made a false record that I “elected to leave”, and ruled against me ex parte onsummary judgment, and civil contempt with provision for arrest on writ of bodily attachment, to benefit Mr. Rodems, and his law partner and law firm who were the Defendants in this case.Eyewitness impeached Judge Cook’s false record that I “elected to leave” the hearingWitness Christopher E. Brown, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO)11.A witness present, a bailiff, impeached Judge Cook’s statement that I “elected to leave”the hearing. The witness, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher E. Brown, told hisCommander, Major James Livingston, that Judge Cook ordered me removed from the hearing.Major Livingston put Deputy Brown’s statement in a letter to me January 12, 2011. Exhibit 4.12.At all times pertinent Mr. Rodems was present, and conspired with Judge Cook to createa false record that I “elected to leave” the hearing, as shown in the transcript of the proceeding.