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Warden v Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia, Mecha, KVOA News, Et. Al.

Warden v Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia, Mecha, KVOA News, Et. Al.

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In 2007 Roy Warden Filed a Federal Lawsuit Against Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia, MEChA, KVOA News, etc. For Conspiracy to Violate Civil Rights.
In 2007 Roy Warden Filed a Federal Lawsuit Against Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia, MEChA, KVOA News, etc. For Conspiracy to Violate Civil Rights.

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I. INTRODUCTION
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This is an action pursuant to the Civil Rights Act of 1871, 42 U.S.C. §1983 and
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28 U.S.C. § 1343, seeking redress for conspiracy and the intentional deprivation
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of the Plaintiff’s constitutional rights. Venue is proper in the 9
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District of 
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Arizona, as all of the acts complained of occurred in Pima County Arizona.
 
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II. JURISDICTION
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2.
 
This Court has jurisdiction over this action under 28 U.S.C. § 1343(a)(3) for
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intentional violations of constitutional rights as provided by 42 U.S.C. §1983.
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The Plaintiff seeks monetary damages—including punitive damages—as well as
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attorney fees and costs pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §1988.
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3.
 
The Plaintiff seeks redress for violation of the Plaintiff’s rights to speech, press,
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petition and assembly under the First Amendment of the Constitution of the
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United States, the Plaintiff’s right to be free of illegal seizures under the Fourth
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Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, the Plaintiff’s right to be
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free from malicious abuse of process and unlawful seizure as provided for by the
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Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution of the United States, and
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the Plaintiff’s right to due process of law as guaranteed by the Fourth and
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Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution of the United States.
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III. REQUEST FOR JURY TRIAL
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4.
 
Pursuant to Rule 38 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Plaintiff requests a
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trial by jury.
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IV. IDENTITY OF THE PARTIES
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5.
 
Plaintiff Roy Warden, writer and publisher of political newsletters Common
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Sense II, CS II Press and Director of the Tucson Weekly Public Forum, is a
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citizen of the United States and was a resident of Pima County Arizona at all
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times relevant to this complaint.
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6.
 
Defendant Isabel Garcia, believed to be a resident of Pima County Arizona, acted
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individually, in her capacity as Director of Coalicion de Derechos Humanos, and
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in her capacity as agent for the state at all times relevant to this complaint.
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Defendant Coalicion de Derechos Humanos, located at 631 South Sixth Avenue,
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Tucson Arizona, provided organizational support and otherwise assisted Defen-
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dant Isabel Garcia in the violation of Plaintiff’s constitutional rights at all times
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relevant to this complaint.
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8.
 
Defendant Arizona Border Rights Foundation, a 501 ( c )(3) corporation and the
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fiscal agent for Defendant Coalicion de Derechos Humanos, provided financial
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resources, organizational support and otherwise assisted Defendant Isabel Garcia
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in the violation of Plaintiff’s constitutional rights at all times relevant to this
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complaint.
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Defendant Arturo Rodriquez, believed to be a resident of Pima County Arizona,
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acted individually, in his capacity as agent of Defendant Movimiento Estudiantil
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Chicano De Aztlan, (hereinafter referred to as MEChA), and in his capacity as
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agent of the state at all times relevant to this complaint.
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10.
 
Defendant Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan is a national revolutionary
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organization “…founded on the principles of self determination for the liberation
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of our people” which openly advocates the violation of federal law regarding U.S
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immigration policy and promulgates the establishment of a new empire called
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“Aztlan” located in the American Southwest. Defendant MEChA provided
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organizational support and financial assistance to Defendant Arturo Rodriquez,
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and other Defendants at all times relevant to this complaint.
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11.
 
Defendant Beth Tridico, believed to be a resident of Pima County Arizona, acted
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individually, in her capacity as administrator to the Calli Olin Academy, and as
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agent of the state at all times relevant to this complaint.
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12.
 
Defendant Calli Olin Academy
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, located at 200 South Stone Tucson Arizona, is
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believed to be a unit of local government organized under the laws of the State of 
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Arizona.
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13.
 
Defendant Lorraine Rivera, believed to be a resident of Pima County Arizona,
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acted individually, in her capacity as newsperson employed by Defendant KVOA
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State Assigned Agency ID: 108793, NCES Assigned Agency ID: 0400382

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