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John McIntyre's Letter to Judge Patterson Requesting Leonard Rowe's Case Be Reopened [August 21, 2012]

John McIntyre's Letter to Judge Patterson Requesting Leonard Rowe's Case Be Reopened [August 21, 2012]

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Docket No. 799. We thank you for your support!! Continue writing letters to Judges Patterson, Castel and Chief Judge Loretta A. Preska to express your disgust for the injustices we have endured at the hands of not only these Hollywood cabals and their legal coconspirators, but from the corrupt and highly biased judges that have essentially destroyed any remaining semblance of integrity within our U.S. judicial system.
Docket No. 799. We thank you for your support!! Continue writing letters to Judges Patterson, Castel and Chief Judge Loretta A. Preska to express your disgust for the injustices we have endured at the hands of not only these Hollywood cabals and their legal coconspirators, but from the corrupt and highly biased judges that have essentially destroyed any remaining semblance of integrity within our U.S. judicial system.

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Case 1:98-cv-08272-RPP-JCF Document 799

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August 21, 2012

Judge Patterson
United States District Court 500 Pearl Street New York, NY 10007

JUDGE fiCc;;n P. PATTERSON

Dear Judge, As concerned citizen of the United States of America, I felt compelled to bring an urgent matter to your attention by way of this letter. If it is true, it is one of the greatest affronts to justice and equality occurring in America today. I just happened to tune in the Roseanne Barr Radio Show recently. I listened to an interview that Ms. Barr conducted with her guest on the show, Mr. Leonard Rowe. I could not believe what I heard. I was so appalled by the injustice Mr. Rowe described in detailed that he has suffered by unfair and illegal business practices by individuals and corporations in the entertainment industry with no recourse by our judicial system. How can one honor the oath of the office, and sit idly by and allow this to happen on your watch? I have no monetary or self-serving interest in the outcome. But, I do know that what transpired here would be a travesty of justice if you do not do your job and allow a jury to decide in this matter.

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