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Buczek Habeas Corpus Petition 54 & 121 & 141

Buczek Habeas Corpus Petition 54 & 121 & 141

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Bob Hurt presents Shane Buczek's dramatic court ordeal.
Bob Hurt presents Shane Buczek's dramatic court ordeal.

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And when I look at the totality of the circumstances in these three indictments, I am rapidly coming to the conclusion
without making a formal legal finding that Mr. Bruce is bent on a path of vindictiveness and retaliation against this
defendant. He reminds me and my memory doesn't serve me well enough to pull up the name -- but he is the inspector
fromLes Miserables who would spend 20 years chasing the man who stole a loaf of bread because he was starving.
(Page 22 line 21-25 and page 23 line 1-3) QUOTE Judge KENNETH SCHROEDER, JR August 20,2009 1:47 PM
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
BUFFALO DIVISION
SHANE CHRISTOPHER BUCZEK
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shane-christopher: buczek,
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third party intervener as Grantor /
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Beneficiary of said
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Cestui Que Trust
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this brief is copyrighted
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© 2010
Petitioner
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v.
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C.A.No._ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ __ _ __ _ _
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Ref 1:08-cr-0054
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Ref 1:09-cr-00121
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Ref 1:09-cr-00141
UNITED STATES MARSHALS
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UNITED STATES PROBATION
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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verified
Respondent
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affidavit
PETITIONER’S PETITION FOR WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS PURSUANT TO
THE ORIGINAL HABEAS CORPUS AS PRESENTED IN RULE 17 THE
CONSTITUTION AND/OR 28 USC § 2241 AND CHALLENGE TO
JURISDICTION AND REQUEST TO DISMISS OF ALL INDICTMENT’S AND
CONVICTION WITHIN THE NEXT 3 DAYS, AS THIS IS AN
EXTRAORDINARY WRIT, OR ALTERNATIVELY, TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
PETITIONER’S PETITION FOR WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS PURSUANT TO
28 USC § 2241 AND CHALLENGE TO JURISDICTION AND REQUEST TO
STAY SENTENCING PENDING JURISDICTIONAL REVIEW
FOR AND ON THE RECORD OF the honorable court of record: False Arrest with no jurdiction.
This court is now under the constitutional law only.This complaint has failed to produce evidence
of an injured party. This complaint has failed to produce an affidavit of verified complaint, or the
existence of a complaining party. This complaint has failed to produce an injured party. This
complaint has failed to produce and to state a claim upon which relief can be granted. This
complaint has failed to produce an honorable ruling, therefore the court could rule only by an
undisclosed presumption of an assumed intention This complaint – and this court – has now lost
all jurisdiction by its denial of due process not only have no claim, but also no accusatory
instrument or Valid Indictment with any real party which none exists. See title 4 Sec.72 All
offices attached to the seat of government shall be exercised in the District of Columbia, and not
elsewhere, except as otherwise expressly provided by law. See title Title 18 Sec. 4001 (a) § 4001.
Limitation on detention; control of prisons
And when I look at the totality of the circumstances in these three indictments, I am rapidly coming to the conclusion
without making a formal legal finding that Mr. Bruce is bent on a path of vindictiveness and retaliation against this
defendant. He reminds me and my memory doesn't serve me well enough to pull up the name -- but he is the inspector
fromLes Miserables who would spend 20 years chasing the man who stole a loaf of bread because he was starving.
(Page 22 line 21-25 and page 23 line 1-3) QUOTE Judge KENNETH SCHROEDER, JR August 20,2009 1:47 PM
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(a) No citizen shall be imprisoned or otherwise detained by the United States except pursuant to
an Act of Congress.
(b) (1) The control and management of Federal penal and correctional institutions, except military
or naval institutions, shall be vested in the Attorney General, who shall promulgate rules for the
government thereof, and appoint all necessary officers and employees in accordance with the
civil-service laws, the Classification Act, as amended, and the applicable regulations.
(2) The Attorney General may establish and conduct industries, farms, and other activities and
classify the inmates; and provide for their proper government, discipline, treatment, care,
rehabilitation, and reformation.
Remedy demanded:
1. TITLE 42 > CHAPTER 21 > SUBCHAPTER I > Sec. 1988.
2. Obliterated Instrument fines…………….
3. Process server's fees. . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . Waived
4. Other (specify):. . . . . ... . . . . . . . .. . . . 15,000,000.00 Per color of law violation
Enter default of defendant CORPORA FICTA Employee(s); ET AL Respondents,
(Estate of Macias v. Lopez, 42 F. Supp.2d 957, 962 (N.D. Cal. 1999).
Per Defendant, Violation of Constitutional rights by custom & policy.
5. TOTAL 1-40 defendant’s times violations is the sum of $ 600 million, reserving the right to
add defendants as they become known.
6. Time spent falsely arrested. $1000.00 USD per minute 1,134,720,000 minutes held
illegally; in a case in which the city was accused of failing to properly train its officers, the
Tenth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals (West) upheld an award of $100,000 against the city
and $2,100 against the police officers. As a result of a 23 minute improper stop of a motorist,
the Eleventh Circuit Federal court of Appeals (South East) upheld a jury award of $25,000.
Trezevant v. City of Tampa, 741 F.2d 336 (llth Cir. 1984). 6. Time spent falsely arrested.
$1000 per minute 1,134,720,000 minutes held illegally for minutes;
Amount $1,134,720,000,000.00 USD
In a case in which the city was accused of failing to properly train its officers,
the Tenth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals (West) upheld an award of $100,000 against the
city and $2,100 against the police officers. As a result of a 23 minute improper stop of a
motorist, the Eleventh Circuit Federal court of Appeals (South East) upheld a jury award of
$25,000. Trezevant v. City of Tampa, 741 F.2d 336 (llth Cir. 1984).
Number of CORPORA FICTA Employee(s); 40 multiplied by 15 million = 600,000,000.00
million
Number of minutes held without a warrant 1,134,720,000 minutes minutes, multiplied by
$1000.00 = 1,134,720,000,000.00 USD Billion and $600,000,000.00 Million
Grand Total for False arrest under color of law is payable only in Gold & Silver, is
1,135,320,000.00 billion.
I.
PRAYER FOR RELIEF
This great writ called habeas corpus is filled since the court lacked jurisdiction
And when I look at the totality of the circumstances in these three indictments, I am rapidly coming to the conclusion
without making a formal legal finding that Mr. Bruce is bent on a path of vindictiveness and retaliation against this
defendant. He reminds me and my memory doesn't serve me well enough to pull up the name -- but he is the inspector
fromLes Miserables who would spend 20 years chasing the man who stole a loaf of bread because he was starving.
(Page 22 line 21-25 and page 23 line 1-3) QUOTE Judge KENNETH SCHROEDER, JR August 20,2009 1:47 PM
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which is a mistake and it never had subject matter jurisdiction, is not a Article III court,
and violated Due Process and its ministerial duty by falling to make specific findings of
fact 1st, 5th, 6th, and 8th amendments to the constitution, and is violation of the
prohibitions against peonage and slavery. The government concealed evidence pursuant
to Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963), violated the Classified Information Procedures
Act, 18 USC App. III, and violated the Informers Privilege pursuant to Rovario v. United
States, 353 U.S. 53, 64-65 (1957).“Once jurisdiction is challenged, all proceedings must
cease. See Appendices “9” William-Edwin: Diehl DENIED witness to put INTO
evidence in false arrest case 09-cr-00121.Affidavit The government of the United States
may, therefore, exercise all, but no more than all the judicial power provided for it by the
Constitution.”Rhode Island v. Massachusetts, 29 U.S. 210 (1840). All proceedings
should cease and the government must prove its jurisdiction on the record and the court
also made money from the conviction, in violation of the 1st, 5th, 6th, and 8th amendments
to the constitution, and in violation of the prohibitions against peonage and slavery. The
government concealed evidence pursuant to Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963),
violated the Classified Information Procedures Act, 18 USC App. III, and violated the
Informers Privilege pursuant to Rovario v. United States, 353 U.S. 53, 64-65 (1957).
When Due Process is violated, jurisdiction ceases. No procedural bar exists on a
challenge to jurisdiction. The court should take judicial notice that in Orr v. United
States, No. 2:09-cv-00950-TS, District of Utah, Salt Lake City Division, the
government judicially noticed on the record that that judge, and by definition, this judge,
is not an Article III judge but an Article II judge, making the judge an administrative
judge and part of the Department of Justice and without authority to sentence. Therefore,

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