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Email SCOTUS Petitions 12-144, 12-307, Florida Same-sex Rights

Email SCOTUS Petitions 12-144, 12-307, Florida Same-sex Rights

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Petition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. Perry; Petition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor, same-sex rights in Florida
Petition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. Perry; Petition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor, same-sex rights in Florida

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Neil Gillespie
From:
"Neil Gillespie" <neilgillespie@mfi.net>
To:
<ccooper@cooperkirk.com>; <tolson@gibsondunn.com>; <therese.stewart@sfgov.org>;<SupremeCtBriefs@USDOJ.gov>; <pclement@bancroftpllc.com>; <rkaplan@paulweiss.com>; "NeilGillespie" <neilgillespie@mfi.net>
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 Thursday, June 20, 2013 4:28 PM
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Fw: Petition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. Perry; Petition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor
Page 1of 36/20/2013Charles J. Cooper, Cooper & Kirk, PLLCTheodore B. Olson, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLPTherese M. Stewart, Chief Deputy City AttorneyPetition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. PerryDonald B. Verrilli Jr., Solicitor GeneralPaul D. Clement, Bancroft PLLCRoberta A. Kaplan, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLPPetition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor Ladies and Gentleman,Unfortunately Mr. Bhatia of SCOTUSblog did not respond to my email below so I am contacting youdirectly.The State of Florida provides same-sex legal recognition in very limited circumstances, contrary to theFlorida Constitution, as shown in the matter below, a "Husband and Husband" vested mortgage, made as personal favor to a billionaire and his associates who bailed-out a community bank with millions dollars benefiting Florida Circuit Court Judge Martha J. Cook and the family bank business, Community Bank of Manatee, now called C1 Bank.I wrote to Florida Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi. My letter, with a copy of theHusband and Husband vested mortgage, is posted on scribed herehttp://www.scribd.com/doc/100665091/Letter-to-Gov-Rick-Scott-Husband-and-Husband-Mortgage-C1-Bank  Personally I believe all eligible couples wanting a same-sex mortgage should get one as a matter of law.Such right should not be limited to a single wealthy benefactor of a Florida judge.If time permits I will petition the Florida Supreme Court to make a response on behalf of the State of Florida in Petition Nos. 12-144 and 12-307. Thank you.Sincerely, Neil J. Gillespie8092 SW 115th LoopOcala, Florida 34481Telephone: 352-854-7807
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 Neil Gillespie 
To:
 kbhatia@scotusblog.com;Neil Gillespie 
Cc:
 Gov. Rick Scott;AG Pam Bondi;Diana R Esposito;Laurel G Bellows; James R. Silkenat;Ellyn Rosen;
 
Myles Lynk; Joseph Bluemel;Nancy Cohen;Dolores Dorsainvil;Linda Gosnell; James Hill; James A Kawachika;Amy Lin Meyerson;Cleaveland Miller;William W Wilhelm; Theodore P Littlewood;Susan Varner Bloemendaal;Paul F Hill;Leonard E Clark;Kenneth Lawrence Marvin; John Thomas Berry; John F Harkness;  Jeffrey Carter Andersen; James N Watson;Gwynne Alice Young;Eugene Keith Pettis;Annemarie Craft;Mary Ellen Bateman; Thomas Dale Hall 
Sent:
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 4:18 PM
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Petition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. Perry; Petition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor
Mr. Kedar BhatiaSCOTUSblogHello Mr. Bhatia,Are the cases below the only two concerning same-sex rights this term?http://www.scotusblog.com/2013/06/merits-cases-remaining-for-october-term-2012-3/ Petition No. 12-144, Hollingsworth v. PerryPetition No. 12-307, United States v. Windsor http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/SB_cases_remaining_June_19.pdf  When is a decision expected? There is a matter in Florida of great public importance that may be of asubstantial or influencing effect in the SCOTUS petitions, a "Husband and Husband" vested mortgage,which unfortunately is currently contrary to the Florida Constitution:Article 1, Section 27: "Marriage defined.—Inasmuch as marriage is the legal union of only one man and one woman as husband and wife, no other legal union that is treated asmarriage or the substantial equivalent thereof shall be valid or recognized."The mortgage was made as personal favor to a billionaire and his associates who bailed-out acommunity bank with millions dollars benefiting Florida Circuit Court Judge Martha J. Cook and thefamily bank business, Community Bank of Manatee, now called C1 Bank.I wrote to Florida Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi about this matter. My letter,with a copy of the Husband and Husband vested mortgage, is posted on scribed herehttp://www.scribd.com/doc/100665091/Letter-to-Gov-Rick-Scott-Husband-and-Husband-Mortgage-C1-Bank  Personally I believe all eligible couples wanting a same-sex mortgage should get one as a matter of law.Such right should not be limited to a single wealthy benefactor of a Florida judge.I plan to file a petition in the Florida Supreme Court if there is sufficient time, as may happen if theabove petitions are carried forward to the next term.Feel free to forward this email to any interested party. I believe in equal rights for people, and thesentiment expressed by Trevor R. Burgess, C1 Bank's Chief Executive and one of the mortgagors on thesubject mortgage. Mr. Burgess describes himself as "an openly gay entrepreneur" in his profile on theEquality Means Business website.http://equalitymeansbusiness.com/node/11 In a Bloomberg interview, Mr. Burgess is quoted "In my generation, if someone isn't bringing their full
 
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