UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST CIRCUIT --------------------------------Civil Action. 07-11437-DPW PAUL L. MUCKLE, ET AL.

Plaintiffs, Appellants, V.

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FREMONT INVSTMENT AND LOANS, ASC/WELLS FARGO, U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATES, S.G. MORTGAGE SBAC, THE ENTIRE MORTGAGE INDUSTRY, THE SECURITIES/ DIVIDENT INDUSTRY, ET AL. Defendants, Appellees -------------------------------------------& Civil Action - 09-10678-DPW

PRES. BARACK H. OBAMA, PRES. GEORGE W. BUSH, TIMOTHY GEITHNER, HENRY M. PAULSON JR., WILLIAM H. DANOLDSON, THE GOVERNORS OF ALL 50 STATES, ET, AL. Defendants, Appellees

They did not heed the trumpets, now here comes the broadside! Now comes the appellants in the above entitled matter and triumphantly declares, “The battles have been joined”. After three years of fighting for and being constantly denied my efforts to join ALL of the defendants in one single suit on one single

battlefield, charging them all with mortgage and securities fraud against the People of the United States of America, the Honorable Judge Douglas P. Woodlock has played into

Muckle‟s hands and did it on his own accord, by joining civil-action numbers 07-11437 –

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PAUL L. MUCKLE, Plaintiff, Appellant. V.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

APPELLANTS NOTICE OF APPEALS

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DPW and 09-10678-DPW in the very same opinion. They have now been legally joined; what god has joined, let no other gods lay asunder unless it is legally impermissible. Thank you, O honorable One! Great job; I knew you was on the side of Good, (God) all along.; You just did not know it, but WE did. The Appellants now serves NOTICE OF APPEAL of their intent to appeal the order

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of the judge in granting Summary Judgment to the Defendants, and in among other digressions, for dismissing both of the complaints without first conducing any type of

evidentiary hearing.

involving Constitutional questions, Appellate Courts generally defer to the sound discretion of the trial judge. In exercising this discretion, the Appellate Court must determine whether the motion for summary judgment, and complaint raises a “substantial issue” that would require an evidentiary hearing. The Appeals Court must also consider the adequacy of the Appellant in showing that there was a “substantial issue” meriting a trial, and/or an evidentiary hearing. In the two cases mentioned above, the plaintiffs raised “several substantial issues” meriting a trial, or in the least, an evidentiary hearing. In these two present cases, the trial judge held no such evidentiary hearing to justify his “treasonous rulings” against his own American people; therefore, the Appeals Court have no record to go on except the judge‟s own unprecedented opinions that are not rooted in

the language of the United States Constitution. For that alone, the Appeals Court can only go on the merits of the complaints, the evidence presented, and the adequacy of the plaintiffs in showing that laws were broken and injury was sustained. Because of the

judge‟s own actions in allowing the case to proceed this far with Muckle representing

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himself and his mother, Plaintiff Irene H. Wood, he has already lost the “Standing” battle. He does not validly say why he reversed himself; his reasoning is quite flawed. As I informed the Honorable One back in 2007, this case was going to be historical, and he was going to make history. I gave him a choice to choose which side he wanted to be on. He chose wrong. I told him that history will judge him. He doubted me and took

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me for a joke. Yet he has done what I had predicted. This appeal is historical. Due to the fact that the two cases are now joined in Appeal, never in written history of mankind has one man, a pro se litigant without a college degree, and only four years of schooling, taken two presidents, three treasury secretaries, two SEC chiefs, fifty governors of fifty states, and the entire mortgage and securities industry into a court of law, in the very same case, and on the very same battlefield, charging them with criminal and civil infractions against all the People of the United States of America. Muckle has called out Goliath! Now that Goliath has more defenders backing him up, will he cower and run away from me again like he did on Judge Woodlock‟s battleground? If Goliath has any --- [sic], and he stands and fight like a man, it is going to be historic, a momentous legal bloodbath, the greatest one for the history books. Never in the history of man has such a battle been waged in a court of law. Is the Appellate Court for the First Circuit equipped to even handle the case which will be spoken about for

thousands of years to come, or are they gonna kick it to the Supreme Ones without facing Muckle in a fair debate? Are they going to run away from Muckle too? It is as if people crumble when they hear Muckle‟s voice. Everyone is afraid to face little Muck in a fair debate; his simple layman‟s wisdom put the wisdom of the wise men to foolishness.

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The day the two clashes, will be the day that America will be free from the financial Oligarchs. Seeing, yet they do not see, hearing yet they do not hear the Revolution has begun! This Revolution will not be televised; cameras are not allowed in the federal Appellate Courts. This is a Revolution by Civil Action. WE ARE RECAPTURING OUR COUNTRY FROM THE TREACHEROUS HANDS OF THE FINANCIAL OLIGARCHS! The Honorable members of the Appeals court are encouraged to join the revolt. “Soon we will find out who are the Real Revolutionaries, because I do not want the people to be tricked by mercenaries.” The rallying cry shall be “Remember 18121815 British/Nathan Rothschild-American War. I have come to seek revenge! I humbly ask the members of this Court to give me pass and clear my way. The defendants did not heed the trumpets in the District Court, let this serve as a notice

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that, „now comes the “broadside”‟

Paul L. Muckle, ____________________________________

Irene H. Wood ____________________________________

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As the Honorable One likes to say, “Hope is eternal.” Respectfully submitted,

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