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Charlene E. Honeywell Sodomy & Rape of the Law

Charlene E. Honeywell Sodomy & Rape of the Law

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ORGANIZED JUDICIAL CRIME – RACKETEERING, EXTORTION, …
1. The publicly recorded extortion and fraud scheme of “Government seizure” and “forced sale” of Plaintiffs’ Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, would be absolutely impossible, if Lot 15A had been “claimed as public land” as fraudulently pretended by Def. Honeywell. Here, the record had conclusively evidenced the lack of any judgment and lack of any involuntary title transfer to Lee County, FL. See Case 2:2007-cv-00228; Doc. ## 436, 288, 282. Here, Defendant Honeywell fraudulently pretended and conspired with other Officials to falsely pretend that the Plaintiff record owners’ Lot 15A had been “claimed as public land”, Case 2:2009-cv-00791; Doc. # 245.
PRIMA FACIE IDIOTIC AND INCOMPREHENSIBLE “claim as public land”
2. Defendant “land parcel” Forger Kenneth M. Wilkinson falsified a “lien” on exempt Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, in the record absence of any final judgment and mandate. Def. Wilkinson fraudulently concealed that he was not any judgment creditor, but moved the Court to force the sale of Lot 15A, while Defendant Honeywell idiotically pretended that Lot 15A had been claimed as public lands.
3. No intelligent, honest, and fit judge and/or person in Honeywell’s shoes could possibly reconcile the publicly recorded fatally conflicting nonsense and hoax of a prima facie falsified “land claim” of Lot 15A and a facially forged judgment lien in the absence of any judgment. Here absurdly, Defendant Corrupt C. E. Honeywell perpetrated organized judicial crimes:
“At the heart of each case, Plaintiffs allege that they are the owners of Lot 15A in the Cayo Costa subdivision of Lee County, Florida (Dkt. 1, 1; Dkt. 5, 1). Plaintiffs attempt to challenge a resolution adopted in December 1969 by the Board of Commissioners of Lee County, Florida, where Lot 15A, among other property, was claimed as public land (“Resolution 569/875") (Dkt 5, Ex. 3, p. 9). See Prescott, et al., v. State of Florida, et al., 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11th Cir. Apr. 21, 2009); Busse, et al. v. Lee County, Florida, et al., 317 Fed. Appx. 968, 970 (11th Cir. Mar 5, 2009). To fully establish the need for a global pre-filing injunction, the Court will summarize the pertinent facts of each previous case that Plaintiffs filed relating to this property dispute.” See Doc. # 245, 07/20/2010, p. 3.

WARRANTY DEED PROVED JUDICIAL RACKETEERING, FRAUD & CRIMES
4. Here, Plaintiffs’ publicly recorded WARRANTY DEED, Lee County INSTRUMENT # 2010000171344, proved the absurd judicial hoax and racketeering/extortion scheme of a “resolution 569/875” and “claim of Lot 15A as public land”. No law, resolution, legislative act, whatsoever, could have possibly involuntarily divested the Plaintiffs of their unimpeachable marketable record title to and ownership of Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, PB 3, PG 25 (1912).
PUBLICLY RECORDED “resolution”-RACKETEERING & EXTORTION SCHEME
5. Any involuntary alienation would have been strictly a judicial function. No legislator ever had (or could have possibly had) any authority to divest the Plaintiffs’ of their record title against Plaintiffs’ will. See Separation-of-Powers-Doctrine and Florida’s express Constitutional Protections; 14th, 4th U.S. Const. Amendments.
PRESCOTT v. STATE OF FLORIDA PROVED ORGANIZED GOVERNMENT CRIME
6. Prescott, et al., v. State of Florida, et al., 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11th Cir. Apr. 21, 2009) had stated:
“I. BACKGROUND
A. Current Action
The Appellants are owners of Lot 15A in the Cayo Costa subdivision in Lee County, Florida.”
“The Appellants' Lot 15A is on the west side of the Cayo Costa subdivision on the Gulf of Mexico and is adjacent to land that was claimed through Resolution 569/875 to create the Cayo Costa State Park.”

CRIMINAL & ILLEGAL “pre-filing injunction”, DOC. # 245
7. Here, the Plaintiff record owners and title holders had paid real property taxes, Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, and were entitled to defend against, e.g., publicly recorded Government racketeering, wire fraud, ext

ORGANIZED JUDICIAL CRIME – RACKETEERING, EXTORTION, …
1. The publicly recorded extortion and fraud scheme of “Government seizure” and “forced sale” of Plaintiffs’ Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, would be absolutely impossible, if Lot 15A had been “claimed as public land” as fraudulently pretended by Def. Honeywell. Here, the record had conclusively evidenced the lack of any judgment and lack of any involuntary title transfer to Lee County, FL. See Case 2:2007-cv-00228; Doc. ## 436, 288, 282. Here, Defendant Honeywell fraudulently pretended and conspired with other Officials to falsely pretend that the Plaintiff record owners’ Lot 15A had been “claimed as public land”, Case 2:2009-cv-00791; Doc. # 245.
PRIMA FACIE IDIOTIC AND INCOMPREHENSIBLE “claim as public land”
2. Defendant “land parcel” Forger Kenneth M. Wilkinson falsified a “lien” on exempt Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, in the record absence of any final judgment and mandate. Def. Wilkinson fraudulently concealed that he was not any judgment creditor, but moved the Court to force the sale of Lot 15A, while Defendant Honeywell idiotically pretended that Lot 15A had been claimed as public lands.
3. No intelligent, honest, and fit judge and/or person in Honeywell’s shoes could possibly reconcile the publicly recorded fatally conflicting nonsense and hoax of a prima facie falsified “land claim” of Lot 15A and a facially forged judgment lien in the absence of any judgment. Here absurdly, Defendant Corrupt C. E. Honeywell perpetrated organized judicial crimes:
“At the heart of each case, Plaintiffs allege that they are the owners of Lot 15A in the Cayo Costa subdivision of Lee County, Florida (Dkt. 1, 1; Dkt. 5, 1). Plaintiffs attempt to challenge a resolution adopted in December 1969 by the Board of Commissioners of Lee County, Florida, where Lot 15A, among other property, was claimed as public land (“Resolution 569/875") (Dkt 5, Ex. 3, p. 9). See Prescott, et al., v. State of Florida, et al., 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11th Cir. Apr. 21, 2009); Busse, et al. v. Lee County, Florida, et al., 317 Fed. Appx. 968, 970 (11th Cir. Mar 5, 2009). To fully establish the need for a global pre-filing injunction, the Court will summarize the pertinent facts of each previous case that Plaintiffs filed relating to this property dispute.” See Doc. # 245, 07/20/2010, p. 3.

WARRANTY DEED PROVED JUDICIAL RACKETEERING, FRAUD & CRIMES
4. Here, Plaintiffs’ publicly recorded WARRANTY DEED, Lee County INSTRUMENT # 2010000171344, proved the absurd judicial hoax and racketeering/extortion scheme of a “resolution 569/875” and “claim of Lot 15A as public land”. No law, resolution, legislative act, whatsoever, could have possibly involuntarily divested the Plaintiffs of their unimpeachable marketable record title to and ownership of Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, PB 3, PG 25 (1912).
PUBLICLY RECORDED “resolution”-RACKETEERING & EXTORTION SCHEME
5. Any involuntary alienation would have been strictly a judicial function. No legislator ever had (or could have possibly had) any authority to divest the Plaintiffs’ of their record title against Plaintiffs’ will. See Separation-of-Powers-Doctrine and Florida’s express Constitutional Protections; 14th, 4th U.S. Const. Amendments.
PRESCOTT v. STATE OF FLORIDA PROVED ORGANIZED GOVERNMENT CRIME
6. Prescott, et al., v. State of Florida, et al., 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11th Cir. Apr. 21, 2009) had stated:
“I. BACKGROUND
A. Current Action
The Appellants are owners of Lot 15A in the Cayo Costa subdivision in Lee County, Florida.”
“The Appellants' Lot 15A is on the west side of the Cayo Costa subdivision on the Gulf of Mexico and is adjacent to land that was claimed through Resolution 569/875 to create the Cayo Costa State Park.”

CRIMINAL & ILLEGAL “pre-filing injunction”, DOC. # 245
7. Here, the Plaintiff record owners and title holders had paid real property taxes, Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, and were entitled to defend against, e.g., publicly recorded Government racketeering, wire fraud, ext

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ORGANIZED JUDICIAL CRIME – RACKETEERING, EXTORTION, …
1.The publicly recorded
extortion and fraud scheme
of
Government seizure
” and
 forced sale
” of Plaintiffs’ Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, would be absolutely impossible, if Lot 15Ahad been “
claimed as public land 
” as
fraudulently pretended
by Def. Honeywell. Here, therecord had
conclusively evidenced
the lack of any
 judgment 
and lack of any
involuntary titletransfer 
to Lee County, FL. See Case
2:2007-cv-00228
; Doc. ##
436
,
288
,
282
. Here,Defendant Honeywell
fraudulently pretended
and
conspired
with other Officials to
falselypretend
that the Plaintiff record owners’ Lot 15A had been “
claimed as public land 
”, Case2
:2009-cv-00791
; Doc. #
245
.
 
PRIMA FACIE IDIOTIC AND INCOMPREHENSIBLE “
claim as public land 
2.Defendant
land parcel 
Forger
Kenneth M. Wilkinson
falsified
a “
lien
” on exempt Lot15A, Cayo Costa, in the
record absence
of any
 final judgment 
and
mandate
. Def. Wilkinsonfraudulently concealed that he was not any
 judgment creditor 
, but moved the Court to
 forcethe sale
of Lot 15A, while Defendant Honeywell
idiotically
 
pretended
that
 Lot 15A had been claimed as public lands
.3.No
intelligent 
,
honest 
, and
 fit 
judge and/or person in Honeywell’s shoes could
 possiblyreconcile
the publicly recorded
fatally conflicting nonsense and hoax
of a
prima faciefalsified
land claim
” of Lot 15A and a
facially forged
 
 judgment lien
in the
absence
of any
 judgment 
. Here
absurdly
, Defendant Corrupt C. E. Honeywell perpetrated
organized judicial crimes
:“At the heart of each case, Plaintiffs allege that they are the owners of Lot 15A in theCayo Costa subdivision of Lee County, Florida (Dkt. 1, ¶1; Dkt. 5, ¶1). Plaintiffsattempt to challenge a resolution adopted in December 1969 by the Board of Commissioners of Lee County, Florida, where Lot 15A, among other property, was
 
claimed as public land (“Resolution 569/875") (Dkt 5, Ex. 3, p. 9).
See Prescott, et 
 
al., v. State of Florida, et al.
, 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11th Cir. Apr. 21, 2009);
 Busse, et al. v. Lee County, Florida, et al.
, 317 Fed. Appx. 968, 970 (11th Cir. Mar 5,2009). To fully establish the need for a global pre-filing injunction, the Court will
 
summarize the pertinent facts of each previous case that Plaintiffs filed relating to this property dispute.” See Doc. #
245
, 07/20/2010, p. 3.
WARRANTY DEED PROVED JUDICIAL RACKETEERING, FRAUD & CRIMES
4.Here, Plaintiffs
publicly recorded WARRANTY DEED,
 
Lee County INSTRUMENT#
 
2010000171344
, proved the
absurd judicial hoax
and
racketeering/extortion scheme
of a “
resolution 569/875
” and “
claim of Lot 15A as public land 
”. No
law
,
resolution
,
legislativeact 
,
whatsoever
, could have
 possibly
 
involuntarily divested 
the Plaintiffs of theiunimpeachable marketable record title to and ownership of Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, PB 3, PG25 (1912).
PUBLICLY RECORDED “
resolution
”-RACKETEERING & EXTORTION SCHEME
5.Any
involuntary alienation
would have been
strictly
a
 judicial function
. No
legislator 
ever had (or could have
 possibly
had) any
authority
to
divest 
the Plaintiffs’ of their recordtitle against Plaintiffs’ will. See Separation-of-Powers-Doctrine and Florida’s
expressConstitutional Protections
;
14
th
,
4
th
 
U.S. Const. Amendments.
 
 PRESCOTT v. STATE OF FLORIDA
PROVED ORGANIZED GOVERNMENT CRIME
6.
 Prescott, et al., v. State of Florida, et al.
, 343 Fed. Appx. 395, 396-97 (11
th
Cir. Apr. 21,2009) had stated:
“I. BACKGROUNDA. Current ActionThe Appellants are owners of Lot 15A in the Cayo Costa subdivision in LeeCounty, Florida.” “The Appellants' Lot 15A is on the west side of the Cayo Costa subdivision onthe Gulf of Mexico and is adjacent to land that was claimed th
 
rough Resolution569/875 to create the Cayo Costa State Park.”CRIMINAL & ILLEGAL “
 pre-filing injunction
”, DOC. # 245
7.Here, the Plaintiff record owners and title holders had
paid real property taxes
, Lot15A, Cayo Costa, and were
entitled
to
defend
against, e.g., publicly recorded
Government
2
 
racketeering
,
wire fraud
,
extortion
,
retaliation
,
obstruction of justice
,
deliberatedeprivations
, and
bribery
. See Lee County Tax Collector’s public records, riparian Lot15A, Cayo Costa.8.Here, Defendant Crooked Judge Honeywell had no
authority
to
fraudulently conceal
Plaintiffs’
unimpeachable record ownership
, real property
tax payments
, rights to
own
and
exclude
Government from Lot 15A, Cayo Costa, under color of 
facially forged
resolution 569/875
” and by
prima facie
 
criminal
and
illegal
 
means
of a “
 global pre-filing injunction
”, Doc. #
245
, Case
2:2009-cv-00791
.
BRIBERY & OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
9.Here in exchange for 
bribes
, Defendant Crooked Judge Honeywell
obstructed justice
,
retaliated
, and
deliberately deprived
the Plaintiff record title holders and owners of their 
fundamental rights
to redress Governmental grievances and defend against
unlawfulGovernment seizures
of Plaintiffs’ private property,
racketeering
,
extortion
,
due processand equal protection violations
,
1
st
, 14
th
, 4
th
, 7
th
U.S. Constitutional Amendments.
 
FRAUDULENT CONCEALMENT AND CONSPIRACY TO CONCEAL
10.Here, Defendant Honeywell
fraudulently concealed
and
conspired
to
conceal
that, e.g.:a.The Plaintiffs are the
unimpeachable
 
record
owners
of 
Lot 15A
in the CayoCosta subdivision of Lee County, Florida”, pursuant to, e.g., Ch.
712
, Fla. Stat., Florida’sself-enforcing
Marketable Record Title Act
; b.No
claim
” or “
resolution
”,
whatsoever
, could have
 possibly involuntarilydivested 
the Plaintiffs of their 
perfected marketable record title
to Lot 15A, CayoCosta, PB 3 PG 25 (1912);c.No
legislator 
or 
lawmaker 
 
,
whatsoever
, had any
authority
to
usurp
judicialauthority to make a judicial order 
transferring title
 
against Plaintiffs’ will 
;d.No
 judge
had ever made any
order 
 
or 
 judgment 
 
involuntarily alienating 
Lot 15A;3

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