Stan J.

Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
®
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

CIVIL ACTION – LAW

___________________________________________________________

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP :
STAN J. CATERBONE : Case No. CI-08-13373

V. :

DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, et. al., :

PRAECIPE TO ADD/REMOVE DEFENDANTS

___________________________________________________________

TO THE PROTHONOTARY:

Kindly reinstate the Complaint originally filed on December 3, 2008 in the above captioned
action.

Pursuant to Pa.R.C.P. 401(b)(2) Time For Service, Reissuance, Reinstatement and Substitution of
Original Process, Copies for Service, which states "A writ may be reisued or a complaint reinstated at
any time and any number of times. A new party defendant may be named in a reinstated writ or a
reinstated complaint".

Pursuant to Pa.R.C.P. 126 Liberal Construction and Application of Rules, which states "the rules
shall be liberally construed to secure the just, speedy and inexpensive determination of every action or
proceeding to which they are applicable. The court at every stage of any such action or proceeding
may disregard any error or defect of procedure which does not affect the substantial rights of the
parties.

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KINDLY ADD THE FOLLOWING DEFENDANTS:

1. Mason Pflumm – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

2. Abigal Pflumm – Stalking, Harassment, Threat

3. Elizabeth Pflumm – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

4. Keagan Pflumm – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

5. William Pflumm – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

6. Greg Burie – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

7. Kevin Hobday – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

8. Anna Caterbone – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

9. Steve Caterbone – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

10.Phil Caterbone – Stalking, Harassment, Threats

11.Kieshla Calcorfi-Prtiz/Enterprise Auto – January 28, 2017 – Malicious and Purposeful
Assault with Vehicle - On January 28, 2017 Stan J. Catebone was being stalked by
several cars, which happens on a daily basis. While trying to evade the cars, Stan J.
Caterbone entered the intersection of Mifflin and Water Streets, stop at the stop sign
and look both ways before inching into the intersection, however the perpetrator car
turned of the lights, and the car was a small black car, making it impossible to see,
and resulting in the collision. Then immediately after Stan J. Caterbone called 911,
another Hispanic male immediately arrived on the scene and began threatening to
physically harm Stan J. Caterbone, before Lancaster City Police arrived.

THE DEFENDANT, STANLEY J. CATERBONE HAS BEEN THE VICTIM OF ATTEMPTED
HOMICIDE BY VEHICLE SINCE 1987 AND HAD DOCUMENTED INCIDENTS IN THE FOLLOWING
YEARS AND PLACES:

1. 1987 – INTERSECTION OF NEW DANVILLE PIKE AND LONG LANE, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA: THE OPPOSING CAR WENT THROUGH THE STOP SIGN AND T-
BONED STAN J. CATERBONE, SPINNING HIS JEEP CHEROKEE AND LANDING UPSIDE
DOWN ON IT'S ROOF FACING THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION. LANCASTER ATTORNEY
MICHAEL MCDONALD REPRESENTED STAN J. CATERBONE IN THE SUCCESSFUL CASE
OF AWARDING STAN J. CATERBONE MEDICAL EXPENSES. STAN J. CATERBONE DID
NOT HAVE A STOP SIGN, HOWEVER SINCE THE ACCIDENT THE INTERSECTION HAS
BEEN TURNED TO A 4-WAY STOP.
2. MAY OF 1991 – ON NEW JERSEY ROAD 55 NEAR MILLVILLE, NEW JERSEY A
VEHICLE CAME CROSSED TWO LANES OF TRAFFIC INTO THE LANE OF STAN J.
CATERBONE AND PROCEEDED TO COME DIRECTLY TOWARD STAN J. CATERBONE,
GOING THE WRONG WAY, MAKING STAN J. CATERBONE SWERVE AND MISS A TREE

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LINE BY INCHES, WHICH WOULD HAVE BEEN AT LEAST CRITICAL AND
POTENTIALLY FATAL. THE CAR THEN TURNED AROUND AND CHASED STAN J.
CATERBONE. STAN J. CATERBONE WAS ABLE TO LEAD THE CAR AROUND A BEND,
WHERE HE LOST THE PERPETRATOR IN HIS REAR VIEW MIRROR, THEN FOUND A
SECLUDED AREA AND TURNED OFF HIS LIGHTS, LOSING THE PERPETRATOR FOR
GOOD. THIS INCIDENT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED THE ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
BROADCAST (MAY 23, 1991) AND DISCLOSURE OF THE ISC AND CIA BLACK OPS
PROGRAM OF ARMING IRAQ WITH MINITIONS, WHICH RESULTED IN THE
INDICTIMENT IN DECEMBER OF 1991.
3. JULY 15, 1998 – STAN J. CATERBONE WAS HEADING NORTH ON MAIN STREET IN
CONESTOGA, WHEN THE PERPETRATOR CROSSED THE CENTER LANE AND CUT IN
FRONT OF STAN J. CATERBONE RESULTING IN A COLLISION AND CONVICTION OF
THE OTHER DRIVER. CONESTOGA POLICE RESPONDED. STAN J. CATERBONE 1994
FORD EXPLORER NEEDED A COMPLETE FRONT END AND HOOD AND WAS REPAIRED
AND PAID FOR BY THE PERPETRATORS INSURANCE BY LARRY HERR, OF
CONESTOGA.
4. IN SEPTEMBER OF 2009 A PERPETRATOR PURPOSEFULLY REAR-ENDED STAN J.
CATERBONE AS HE WAS PARKING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE LAST BLOCK OF
WEST KING STREET, JUST EAST OF THE CORNER OF PRINCE AND KING STREETS
RESULTING IN A BENT STEEL BUMPER OF STAN J. CATERBONE. NO CHARGES WERE
FILED AGAINS EITHER DRIVER. STAN J. CATERBONE FILED A CLAIM ON HIS
INSURANCE FOR THE REPAIR, WHICH WAS NEVER SETTELED.
5. DECEMBER 8, 2015 – WHILE DRIVING HOME FROM STAN J. CATERBONE'S
BROTHER'S (DR. PHILLIP CATERBONE) IN CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA A CAR REAR-
ENDED STAN J. CATERBONE AT A STOP SING CAUSING SEVERE DAMAGE TO HIS
2007 HONDA CRV. THE OTHER DRIVER WAS CITED FOR FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY
AND ATTORNEY MICHAEL MCDONALD WAS ABLE TO SECURE A SETTLEMENT OF
$6,200.00 FOR DAMAGES FROMT HE PERPETRATOR.
6. MAY 9, 2016 – A DRIVER DECEPTIVELY APPROACHED IN INTERSECTION OF
ROHRERSTOWN ROAD AND COLUMBIA AVENUE WHEN STAN J. CATERBONE WAS
CROSSING A LANE OF TRAFFIC ATTEMPTING TO ENTER THE LOT OF MEDEXPRESS
PURPOSEFULLY CAUSING STAN J. CATERBONE, AFTER LOOKING BOTH WAYS, TO
HIT THE PERPETRATOR IN HIS DRIVERS SIDE DOOR. STAN J. CATERBONE DID NOT
APPEAR FOR THE SUMMARY TRIAL AND APPEALED THE CASE TO THE SUPERIOR
COURT WITH A NOTICE OF APPEAL AND $75.00 MONEY ORDER ON OCTOBER 27,
2016 TO THE LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, HOWEVER, THE CASE WAS
EITHER THROWN IN THE TRASH, OR BURIED RESULTING IN THE EXTORTION OF

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THE $75.00, OBSTRUCTION OF DUE PROCESS, AND THE JUDICIAL COMPLAINT TO
THE PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL CONDUCT BOARD, WHICH IS STILL PENDING.

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In previous praecipes the following was stated and needs to be restated:

· Robert S. Walker, Adviser to the Trump Administration, Robert Walker did write in an
OPED article on October 24, 2016 the following, thus admitting to being somewhat
responsible for the advancement of CONTINUATION pain and suffering for Stan J.
Caterbone from ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS, . . . America’s space program is suffering
from significant under-investment — both the weak Obama-Clinton economy and a lack of
strategic vision are major causes. Meanwhile, China and Russia continue to move briskly forward
with military-focused space initiatives. Indeed, each continues to develop weapons explicitly
designed, as the Pentagon has noted, to “deny, degrade, deceive, disrupt, or destroy” America’s
eyes and ears in space. ...A Trump administration will also lead the way on emerging
technologies that have the potential to revolutionize warfare. For example, both China and
Russia are aggressively moving forward with a range of hypersonic weapons that are very
difficult to defend against with traditional air-defense interceptors. Trump administration will
increase the coordination between DARPA, NASA, and the private sector to ensure the U.S.
remains well ahead of the technology curve. ..
He further described the campaign’s space framework by listing nine key aspects of its proposed
implementation:

1. A “commitment to global space leadership” that Walker said would produce the
“technology, security and jobs” needed for the United States in the 21st century.
2. A reinstitution of the National Space Council, headed by the vice president, to oversee
all government space efforts to seek efficiencies and eliminate redundancies. The council
was last in operation during the presidency of George H.W. Bush.
3. A goal of “human exploration of the solar system by the end of the century,” which
Walker said would serve as a “stretch goal” to drive technology developments to a
stronger degree than simply a goal of humans to Mars.
4. Shifting NASA budgets to “deep space achievements” rather than Earth science and
climate research. Walker said that some, unspecified NASA Earth science missions might
be better handled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, but “there
would have to be some budget adjustments” to transfer those missions from NASA to
NOAA.
5. Development of small satellite technologies that in particular can provide resiliency for
the military, and also develop satellite servicing technologies.
6. Seek world leadership in hypersonics technology, including for military applications.
7. Hand over access to and operations in low Earth orbit to the commercial sector.
8. Start discussions about including more “private and public partners” in operations and
financing of the International Space Station, including extending the station’s lifetime.
Walker also left open the possibility of including China as one of those new partners.
9. Require that all federal agencies develop plans for how they would use “space assets
and space developments” to carry out their missions.
One issue that Walker did not directly raise in his outline of a Trump administration space policy
was funding for NASA. “We are not likely to get huge new numbers for the space program in the

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future, even if we get the budget settled,” he said later in the COMSTAC discussion. He called for
“marshaling the resources of the entire space community” to carry out those policies, but didn’t
go into details about how that would be done.
- See more at: http://spacenews.com/what-a-trump-administration-means-for-
space/#sthash.vUj0B74V.dpuf
This Space Initiative is directly connected to the following INITIATIVE pursued by
Lancaster County Congressman Joe Pitts, which states the following involving
ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS -
Securing EW's Future, Create Single Leader To Direct Planning, Training, By REP. JOE PITTS,
Published: 7 July 2008, As a veteran of the U.S. Air Force who served three tours of duty in
Vietnam, as a navigator and electronic warfare (EW) officer on board B-52s, I learned the
absolute necessity of brandishing a dominant EW capability. However, I continue to watch as EW
faces neglect in the doctrine, investment and leadership of our armed forces. We cannot afford
to wait until the fighting starts to think about EW. By consolidating leadership within the Office of
the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and the services, creating more effective investment strategies
and better training our troops to utilize EW, I believe the future of EW will be strengthened to the
benefit of our armed forces. In response to glaring shortfalls in EW realized during Operation
Allied Force over Kosovo in 1999, I founded the congressional EW Working Group (EWWG),
intended to be a resource to Congress, the Department of Defense and the defense community
at large about the need to invest in EW technology and capabilities. The current operations
in Iraq and Afghanistan again have highlighted the need to strengthen U.S.
superiority in the electromagnetic spectrum. EW continues to save hundreds of lives by
defeating improvised explosive devices that use electronic triggering devices, such as cell
phones and car key fobs. But our adversaries are becoming more adept at operating in the
spectrum by identifying where we are vulnerable, and we must continually learn to counter
rapidly advancing technology.

The entire article can be viewed at the following link -
https://www.scribd.com/document/313421519/Recorded-DefenseNews-Story-by-
Joe-Pitts-ELECTROMAGNETIC-Weapons-and-Founder-of-the-Electronic-Warfare-
Working-Group-for-Securing-Weapons-of-the-Future

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On November 28, 2016 PLAINTIFF STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, HAD WRITTEN A
LETTER AND MAILED IT CERTIFIED REGISTERED MAIL, NO. 7016 1970 0000 8335 7494, TO
DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY OF THE FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION, FBI, (I DID RECIEVE
THE GREEN CERTIFIED SIGNED CARD BACK – WHICH VERFIES RECEIPT BY DIRECTOR JAMES
COMEY), WHICH READS:

[November 28, 2016

James Comey, Director
FBI Headquarters
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
(202) 324-3000

Re: ALLEGATION: COINTELPRO PROGRAM WITH HARASSMENT USED TO OBSTRUCT
JUSTICE IN MY CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT PROCEEDINGS

Dear Director Comey,

It comes with great regret and frustration that I must write you this unfortunate letter, however,
I see no other way to stop these attacks against me while I attempt to litigate in Federal, State, and
Local Courts. My most recent case, US Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822.

For your information COINTELPRO is defined as this:

COINTELPRO (a portmanteau derived from COunter INTELligence PROgram) was a series of covert,
and at times illegal,[1][2] projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting and disrupting domestic political organizations.[3]
FBI records show that COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals that the FBI deemed
subversive,[4] including anti-Vietnam War organizers, activists of the Civil Rights Movement or Black
Power movement (e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Black Panther Party), feminist organizations,
anti-colonial movements (such as Puerto Rican independence groups like the Young Lords), and a
variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left.
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover issued directives governing COINTELPRO, ordering FBI agents to "expose,
disrupt, misdirect, discredit, neutralize or otherwise eliminate" the activities of these movements and
especially their leaders.[5][6] Under Hoover, the agent in charge of COINTELPRO was William C.
Sullivan.[7] Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy personally authorized some of these programs.[8]
Although Kennedy only gave written approval for limited wiretapping of King's phones "on a trial basis,
for a month or so",[9] Hoover extended the clearance so his men were "unshackled" to look for
evidence in any areas of King's life they deemed worthy.[10]

Obstruction of Justice is defined as this as it relates to me, PLAINTIFF STANLEY J
CATERBONE, and this dire situation:
(1) Whoever kills or attempts to kill another person with intent to retaliate against any person
for
(A) the attendance of a witness or party at an official proceeding, or any testimony given or any
record, document, or other object produced by a witness in an official proceeding; or
(B) providing to a law enforcement officer any information relating to the commission or possible
commission of a Federal offense or a violation of conditions of probation, supervised release,
parole, or release pending judicial proceedings.

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In the article by By Rahul D. Manchanda, Esq. Dated Aug 22, 2016, Th
Rei
Program
linked here:
http://moderndiplomacy.eu/index.phpoption=com_k2&view=item&id=1686:the-
surreptitious-reincarnation-of-cointelpro-with-the-cops-gang-stalking-
program&Itemid=488

Mr. Manchanda writes,

“In 1975 Senator Frank Church convened a joint senatorial/congressional inquiry into
the egregious human rights and civil liberties violations of the Central
Intelligence Agency (“CIA”), National Security Agency (“NSA”), as well as the
Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) against people both foreign and domestic.
Such blatant transgressions included the “neutralization” and “elimination” of
political dissidents, “enemies of the state,” real or imagined threats to National
Security, and anyone else on the proverbial shit list of the Military Industrial
Complex (“MIC”).

The Church Committee was the United States Senate Select Committee to Study
Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, a U.S. Senate committee
chaired by Senator Frank Church (D ID) in 1975. A precursor to the U.S. Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence, the committee investigated intelligence gathering for illegality by
the aforementioned agencies after certain activities had been revealed by the Watergate
affair.
Some famous examples which have since emerged include: (1) the FBI sending letters to
Martin Luther King Jr encouraging him to kill himself or else they would tell the world about his
sexual proclivities; (2) the planned or successful assassinations of foreign leaders such as
Fidel Castro, Patrice Lumumba, and countless other South American, Middle Eastern or
Asian leaders; (3) the wholesale undermining of entire foreign economies if they
democratically elected someone at odds with the elite power structure deep state of the
United States such as what occurred against Salvatore Allende of Guatemala; (4) the
possible assassination of John F Kennedy; (5) revelations of Christopher Pyle in January
1970 of the U.S. Army's spying on the civilian population; (6) the December 22, 1974 New York
Times article by Seymour Hersh detailing operations engaged in by the CIA over the years that
had been dubbed the "family jewels,” involving covert action programs involving
assassination attempts against foreign leaders and covert attempts to subvert foreign
governments were reported for the first time; (7) efforts by intelligence agencies to collect
information on the political activities of US citizens; and (8) countless other examples, both
overseas and domestically.
The end result of the Church Committee Hearings was the outright banning on CIA
assassinations as well as the FBI/DOJ COINTELPRO gang-stalking programs. In 1975 and
1976, the Church Committee published fourteen reports on various U.S. intelligence agencies'
formation, operations, and the alleged abuses of law and of power that they had committed,
with recommendations for reform, some of which were later put in place.”

According to attorney Brian Glick in his book War at Home, the FBI used four
main methods during COINTELPRO:
(1) Infiltration: Agents and informers did not merely spy on political activists. Their main
purpose was to discredit and disrupt. Their very presence served to undermine trust and
scare off potential supporters. The FBI and police exploited this fear to smear genuine
activists as agents;

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(2) Psychological warfare: The FBI and police used myriad "dirty tricks" to undermine
progressive movements. They planted false media stories and published bogus leaflets and
other publications in the name of targeted groups. They forged correspondence, sent
anonymous letters, and made anonymous telephone calls. They spread misinformation
about meetings and events, set up pseudo movement groups run by government agents, and
manipulated or strong armed parents, employers, landlords, school officials and others to
cause trouble for activists. They used bad jacketing to create suspicion about targeted
activists, sometimes with lethal consequences;
(3) Harassment via the legal system: The FBI and police abused the legal system to
harass dissidents and make them appear to be criminals. Officers of the law gave perjured
testimony and presented fabricated evidence as a pretext for false arrests and wrongful
imprisonment. They discriminatorily enforced tax laws and other government regulations and
used conspicuous surveillance, "investigative" interviews, and grand jury subpoenas in an
effort to intimidate activists and silence their supporters;
(4) Illegal force: The FBI conspired with local police departments to threaten dissidents; to
conduct illegal break ins in order to search dissident homes; and to commit vandalism,
assaults, beatings and assassinations. The object was to frighten or eliminate dissidents and
disrupt their movements.

Unfortunately I, (PLAINTIFF STANLEY J. CATERBONE), cannot leave my home with
being stalked, harassed and threatened by neighbors, passerby's, etc., On a daily basis I
have someone, or groups of people entering my home, vandalizing, stealing, and poisoning
my food. To make matters worse, this protocol follows me in federal, state, and local
courthouses. Every electronic device that I have and use is compromised and hacked in
some fashion. Every online account is the same, and every financial account, including
checking accounts, vendor accounts, utilities, etc., contains some form of fraud and theft by
deception costing me money.]

On Sunday January 22, 2017 I, PLAINTIFF STANLEY J. CATERBONE, had to make
numerous calls and leave messages to the Harrisburg Office of the FBI for complaints of
computer hacking and intrusions while working on various documents for both federeral and
state courts. In addition the same weekend was marred with stalking, harassment, and
threats at every Dowtown Lancaster City Establishment that was frequented by the
PLAINTIF STANLEY J. CATERBONE, including the Federal Taphouse, The Village Nightclub,
The Marriott Bar and Hotel, The Lancaster County Public Library, and Weis Markets in the
Manor Shopping Center.

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
®
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-528-2200
FEBRUARY 23, 2017

84 INTERNET LINKS TO SUPPORT CLAIMS AND ALLEGATIONS

STAN J. CATERBONE'S WEBSITE –
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

STAN J. CATERBONE'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL -
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWqz_swlj5dsEvufnsJjRSQ

STAN J. CATERBONE'S TWITTER PAGE -
https://twitter.com/SCaterbone

STAN J. CATERBONE'S SCRIBD PAGE FOR DOCUMENTS -
https://www.scribd.com/stan5j.5caterbone

STAN J. CATERBONE'S LINKDIN PAGE -
https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?
id=429457751&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile_pic

STAN J. CATERBONE'S AUDIO RECORDINGS ON SOUNDCLOUD -
https://soundcloud.com/stan-caterbone?
utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=twitter

STAN J. CATERBONE'S AUDIO RECORDINGS ON YOURLISTEN.COM
http://yourlisten.com/Stan.Caterbone

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. ERIC COHEN AND ROBERT BERUBE, Federal Public Defender for Esteban Santiago, Ft.
Lauderdale Shooter, INVOICE AND FEE SCHEDULE January 20, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/337072519/ERIC-COHEN-Federal-Public-Defender-
for-Esteban-Santiago-Ft-Lauderdale-Shooter-INVOICE-AND-FEE-SCHEDULE-January-20-
2017

. STAN CATERBONE NAMED AMICUS FOR KATHLEEN KANE Superior Court of Pennsylvania
Case No. 3575 EDA 2016 FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/337120127/STAN-CATERBONE-NAMED-AMICUS-
FOR-KATHLEEN-KANE-Superior-Court-of-Pennsylvania-Case-No-3575-EDA-2016-FRIDAY-
JANUARY-20-2017

. WHISTLEBLOWERS KAREN STEWART AND STAN CATERBONE – A Candid Discussion of
Electronic Harassment Protocols, January 11, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336256943/WHISTLEBLOWERS-KAREN-STEWART-
AND-STAN-CATERBONE-A-Candid-Discussion-of-Electronic-Harassment-Protocols-
January-11-2017

.The Surreptitious Reincarnation of COINTELPRO with the COPS Gang-Stalking Program
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/surreptitious-reincarnation-cointelpro-cops-program-
stan-caterbone

. Video: Media Blacks Out Edward Snowden’s Talk On COINTELPRO & History Of Mass
Surveillance
http://www.mintpressnews.com/video-media-blacks-out-edward-snowdens-talk-on-
cointelpro-history-of-mass-surveillance/224222/

. Letters: Snowden deserves pardon by John and Bonnie Raines, Philadelphia of the Citizens
Commission to Investigate the FBI in 1971
http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/20170119_Letters__Snowden_deserves_pardon.
html

. Legal Implications of the Soviet Microwave Bombardment of the U.S. Embassy
https://www.scribd.com/document/336787302/Legal-Implications-of-the-1959-Soviet-
Microwave-Bombardment-of-the-U-S-Embassy-January-17-2017

THE COMPUTER HACKER WANTS THIS FREE SPACE
SO HAVE AT IT - ASSHOLE

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. Congressman Robert Walker Pleading July 7 1991 Important
https://www.scribd.com/document/270267368/Congressman-Robert-Walker-Pleading-
July-7-1991-Important

. That time the CIA was convinced a self-proclaimed psychic had paranormal abilities
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/01/19/that-time-the-
cia-was-convinced-a-self-proclaimed-psychic-had-paranormal-abilities/?
postshare=8421484844095309&tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.b487b6ae00e7

. Obama's most enduring legacy may be the establishment of the modern US surveillance
state
http://www.businessinsider.com/obamas-most-enduring-legacy-the-modern-us-
surveillance-state-2017-1

. The Extortion of 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, Pa by COINTELPRO PROGRAMS January
17, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336832214/The-Extortion-of-220-Stone-Hill-Road-
Conestoga-Pa-by-COINTELPRO-PROGRAMS-January-17-2017

. AMG LEGAL SYSTEMS PROTOTYPE Mastered on April 16, 1991 at Commadore Inc., January
17, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336787897/AMG-LEGAL-SYSTEMS-PROTOTYPE-
Mastered-on-April-16-1991-at-Commadore-Inc-January-17-2017

. Stan J. Caterbone, Controller of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., 1993 to 1998 January 17, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336787739/Stan-J-Caterbone-Controller-of-Pflumm-
Contractors-Inc-1993-to-1998-January-17-2017

14. Sam Lombardo and Raolph Mazzochi Charlotte Street Proposal by Advanced Media Group
and Stan J. Caterbone January 17, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336787416/Sam-Lombardo-and-Raolph-Mazzochi-
Charlotte-Street-Proposal-by-Advanced-Media-Group-and-Stan-J-Caterbone-January-17-
2017

15. B2B Consulting From 1999 to 2002 January 16, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336787303/B2B-Consulting-From-1999-to-2002-
January-16-2017

16. 1999 Excelsior Place Business Plan by Stan J. Caterbone January 16, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336719627/1999-Excelsior-Place-Business-Plan-by-
Stan-J-Caterbone-January-16-2017

17. Stan J. Caterbone AIM MUTUAL FUNDS Consulting From 1999 to 2002 January 16, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336738750/Stan-J-Caterbone-AIM-MUTUAL-FUNDS-
Consulting-From-1999-to-2002-January-16-2017

18. Pro Financial Group Brochure and Eastern Regional Free Agent Camp by Stan J.
Caterbone January 16, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336704842/Pro-Financial-Group-Brochure-and-
Eastern-Regional-Free-Agent-Camp-by-Stan-J-Caterbone-January-16-2017

19. STAN J. CATERBONE ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP JOINT VENTURE WITH DALE HIGH
January 15, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336637179/56-STAN-J-CATERBONE-ADVANCED-
MEDIA-GROUP-JOINT-VENTURE-WITH-DALE-HIGH-January-15-2017

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20. Institutional Investors Mortgage Banking Business Development of 1987 January 15,
2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336637178/58-Institutional-Investors-Mortgage-
Banking-Business-Development-of-1987-January-15-2017

21. 1987 JOINT VENTURE - Tony Bongiovi, Power Station Studios, and Flatbush Films with
Stan J. Caterbone January 15, 2017
https://www.scribd.com/document/336637176/55-1987-JOINT-VENTURE-Tony-Bongiovi-
Power-Station-Studios-and-Flatbush-Films-with-Stan-J-Caterbone-January-15-2017

22. STAN J. CATERBONE'S Financial Management Group, Ltd., Anti-Trust Litigation File of
October 17, 2015
https://www.scribd.com/document/336637173/57-STAN-J-CATERBONE-S-Financial-
Management-Group-Ltd-Anti-Trust-Litigation-File-of-October-17-2015

23. FALSE IMPRISONMENT AND ILLEGAL INTERROGATIONS by U.S. Intelligence Agencies
November 12, 2016
https://www.scribd.com/document/329761557/FALSE-IMPRISONMENT-AND-ILLEGAL-
INTERROGATIONS-by-U-S-Intelligence-Agencies-and-U-S-Sponsored-Mind-Control-
EVIDENCE-November-2-2016

24. Letter REQUEST for COMMUTATION of the Sentence of Lisa Michell Lambert to President
Obama, November 15, 2016

25. Stan J. Caterbone and Conflicts With the Trump Administration - Monday November 14,
2016 | False Claims Act | Military

26. STAN J. CATERBONE and the DEPARTMENT of DEFENSE Documents and Evidence of
Conspiracy to .... Saturday November 12, 2016

27. Feds Probe Fulton Bank and 3 Other Subsidiary Banks of Fulton Financial With Stan J.
Caterbone Civil Actions and Mind Control Research of Monday November 9, 2016 |

28. Robert Gates

29. Letter to James Comey, Director of FBI Re Cointelpro Used to Obstruct Justice Monday
November 28, 2016 | Federal Bureau Of Investigation | Central Intelligence Agency

30. VITALLY IMPORTANT - LETTER and DOCUMENT to Cappello & Noel, LLP of Santa Barbara,
CA Friday November 25, 2016

31. Report of Douglas F Gansler/Kathleen Kane on Misuse of Commonwealth Email Systems
November 22, 2016 Published by ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP |

32. Pro Se Legal Representation In The United States | Motion In United States Law

33. Lancaster Mayor Rick Gray Says There is Room for Improvement in Police
34. Communication - CATERBONE v. Lancaster City Police Bureau, et.al., November 22, 2016
| Central Intelligence Agency

35. Chapter 12 - ROHYPNOL AND SATELLITE and Chapter 11 - NEIGHBORS FROM HELL, from
Satellite Terrorism in America, by Dr. John Hall Copyright 2009©

36. | J. Edgar Hoover | Federal Bureau Of Investigation

CI-08-13373 PREACIPE TO ADD DEFENDANTS Page 13 of 17 Thursday February 23, 2017
37. JIM GUERIN, FOUNDER OF ISC, FAREWELL LETTER OF 1989 December 26, 2016 | Justice
| Government

38. CHRISTOPHER PATTERSON Candidate for JUDGESHIP and His 1987 EFFORT FOR MY
GUARDIANSHIP Friday December 16, 2016

39. ANOTHER LANCASTER COVER-UP THE SALE OF THE MASONIC HALL IN THE CITY OF
LANCASTER, by The Advanced Media Group, December 15, 2016 | Fraternal Service
Organizations

40. Usage Statistics for www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com TOTALS and MONTHLY
From May of 2016 to January 2017 - January 10, 2017

41. My Friend and Colleague Soleilmavis Liu of China a Victim of Mind Control Living in China
Who Started Peacepink- August 28, 2016

42. TD Ameritrade TRADEKEEPER PROFIT-LOSS FOR 2004 TRADES and 2017 FULTON STOCK
January 9, 2017

43. POLICE INCIDENT REPORTS OF PHYSICAL ASSAULTS FOR STAN J. CATERBONE 2005 TO
2016 January 6, 2017

44. Judiciaries

45. UPDATED STATEMENT OF FACTS re CATERBONE v. Lancaster City Police Department US
District Court Case 08-cv-08982 December 28, 2016

46. Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act | Rehabilitation Act Of 1973

47. UPDATED - EXCLUSIVE Transcripts of Whistleblower Testimonies as Targeted Individuals
of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and Related Hearings and Lectures, December 27, 2016

48. Torture

49. Stan J. Caterbone on Twitter: "I'm reading FALSE IMPRISONMENT AND ILLEGAL
INTERROGATIONS by U.S. Intelligence... on @Scribd! https://t.co/T3D9nIYvMt #ReadMore"

50. Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 re PRAECIPE TO ADD DEFENDANTS COMEY
AND TRUMP REMOVE OBAMA January 23, 2017

51. INVOICE AND Letter to James Comey, Director of FBI Re Pro Se Billings Invoice
Wednesday November 30, 2016

52. Kathy Harrison (KATHLEEN HARRISON NAMED IN SAVAGE SUIT v. Dave Brown) Email Re
Bi Polar March 10, 2005

53. The Surreptitious Reincarnation of COINTELPRO with the COPS Gang-Stalking Program -
Lancaster City Police Strategic Plan, August 24, 2016

54. LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Cases No. CI-17-00210 and CI-17-00206
BOWMAN and SAVAGE v. BROWN, et.al.,

CI-08-13373 PREACIPE TO ADD DEFENDANTS Page 14 of 17 Thursday February 23, 2017
55. REQUEST FOR APPEARANCE and AMICUS BRIEF January 25, 2017.pdf | Amicus Curiae |
National Security Agency

56. Family of Karlie Hall files suit against Millersville University, others; calls death
preventable January 25, 2017 | Law Reference | Government

57. Stan J. Caterbone Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case Filled in Forms January 27, 2017

58. U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT ISSUANCE LETTER FOR NEW CASE NO. 17-10615-ref To Judge
Fehling Friday January 27, 2017

59. Stan J. Caterbone Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case No. 17-10615 Judge Fehling Filed On
January 27, 2017 - CASE FILE | Plea | Defamation

60. Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 EXHIBIT re THE DONALD TRUMP
PRESIDENCY and STAN J. CATERBONE as of January 28, 2017 - electronically filed | Federal
Bureau Of Investigation | Nasa

61. ACCIDENT REPORT NO. 1701-029468 LANCASTER CITY POLICE OFFICER REPPERT
SATURDAY JANUARY 28, 2017

62. Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 PRAECIPE TO AMEND COMPLAINT January
29, 2017 - FILED ELECTRONICALLY January 29, 2017

63. Stewart Baker - Wikipedia

64. 16-cv-2513 Preliminary Injunction for Emergency Relief in Middle District NOTICE OF
APPEAL TO USCA THIRD CIRCUIT January 26, 2017 | Defamation

65. Homeowners Rehab Application File of June 8, 2015 - COINTELPRO EXTORTION MODEL
RESULTS January 30, 2017

66. Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se, U.S.C.A. Third Circuit BRIEF STATEMENT OF JUDICIAL
MISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY of February 1, 2017

67. PLAINTIFF Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION FOR EMERGENCY
RELIEF EASTERN DISTRICT of PENNSYLVANIA With IFP and Civil Cover Sheet - on February
2, 2017

68. Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 17-10615REF SUBMITTALS FOR FEBRUARY 3 - February 2,
2017

69. Jeremy Scahill on Donald Trump and the Military-Industrial Complex - Truthdig
In an interview with acTVism, the investigative journalist also discusses the
70. significance of the Ramstein Air Base in Germany. - 2017/02/02

71. Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Formal Complaint AGAINST
DOWNTOWN LANCASTER BARS, August 12, 2016 | Lawsuit | United States Courts Of Appeals

72. Case No. CI-16-08472 EMERGENCY INJUNCTION FOR PAIN MEDICATIONS - Lancaster
County Court of Common Pleas September 21, 2016 - CRIMINAL ACT OF TORTURE |

CI-08-13373 PREACIPE TO ADD DEFENDANTS Page 15 of 17 Thursday February 23, 2017
73. Torture LAW and the United States - Wikipedia by Stan J. Caterbone and ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP, February 4, 2017

74. CI-16-08472 DOCKET SHEET February 3, 2017 and Torture LAW and the United States -
Wikipedia by Stan J. Caterbone and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, February 4, 2017

75. LIP News - CORRUPTION IN THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AND LNP -
February 4, 2017

76. LETTER to Andrew Wallet re Britney Spears Conservatorship February 4, 2017

78. 16-Cv-2513 Preliminary Injunction for EMERGENCY RELIEF in Middle District ORDER by
JUDGE KANE TRANSFER to EASTERN DISTRICT PHIL January 31, 2017

79. Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board LETTER Re 2016-788 (Asworth) 2016-789
(Reinaker) February 2, 2017

80. Chapter 11 17-10615ref REORGANIZATION PLAN February 7, 2017 | Bankruptcy |
Chapter

81. Chapter 11 17-10615REF STAN J. CATERBONE CHAPTER 11 REORGANIZATION PLAN and
DISCLOSURE STATEMENT February 7, 2017

82. Third Circuit Senior Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, who is President Donald
Trump’s older sister, decided this week to go inactive on the bench, relinquishing her
staff and chambers despite being scheduled to hear cases this year.

83. STAN J. CATERBONE June 18, 2008 US District Court Case 08-02982 CATERBONE v.
Lancaster City Police Bureau, et.al., CASE FILE | Complaint

84.STAN J. CATERBONE MJ-02101-NT-0000470-2017 DUTIES AT STOP SIGN - MOTION TO
DISMISS February 12, 2017

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/S/ Stanley J. Caterbone,
Date: February 23, 2017 Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
(717) 598-2200
ACTIVE COURT CASES

·J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals- COMPLAINT OF
JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL FEDERAL LITIGATION TO
DATE
·U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert
·U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
·U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-4014 CATERBONE v. United States, et.al.; Case No. 16-cv-49;
15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
·U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
·Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board – Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against Lancaster County Court
of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
·Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
·Superior Court of PennsylvaniaSummary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case
No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary Injunction Case of 2016
·Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
·U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within
International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and
a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of
law enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our
communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and our business. We
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PROTHONOTARY OF LANCASTER COUNTY
Katherine Wood-Jacobs George Alspach
Prothonotary Solicitor

STANLEY J CATERBONE (et al.)
Case Number
vs.
CI-08-13373
DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER AT LANCASTER COUNTY LIBRARY (et al.)

PROTHONOTARY DOCKET ENTRIES
12/03/2008 APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE.
12/03/2008 CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, STAN J. CATERBONE VS DUKE STREET
BUSINESS CENTER AT LANCASTER COUNTY LIBRARY, DIANE PAWLING BUSINESS REFERENCE
LINRARIAN OF DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, BILL HUDSON DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR/IT
MANAGER LIBRARY SYSTEM OF LANCASTER COUNTY, LANCASTER PUBLIC LIBRARY,
LANCASTER PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM, HIGH FOUNDATION, UNIDENTIFIED BUSINESS
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER
12/03/2008 COMPLAINT FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

12/03/2008 COPY OF COMPLAINT(1) HANDED TO PLAINTIFF AT COUNTER ON 12/3/O8.

12/04/2008 EXHIBITS EXHIBIT C FILED. BY: STANLEY M. CATERBONE, PRO SE

12/08/2008 ORDER (NO FEE) FILED. AND NOW, THIS 3RD DAY OF DECEMBER, 2008, UPON PRESENTATION
AND CONSIDERATION OF THE ATTACHED INFORMATION, REGARDING THE REQUEST OF
STANLEY J. CATERBONE TO FILE IFP SAID REQUEST IS GRANTED. BY THE COURT: JOSEPH C.
MADENSPACHER, JUDGE. CC'S WITH 236 NOTICE TO: BEVERLY J. POINTS, ESQ., STANLEY J.
CATERBONE, (6)
12/31/2008 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT. COMPLAINT REINSTATED AS DIRECTED. RANDALL
O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY.
FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
01/28/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
02/09/2009 MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT C FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

02/11/2009 MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT D FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

02/12/2009 MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT E FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

02/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT F,G,H,I TO THE ABOVE CAPTIONED CASE FILED BY:
STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE - ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP.
02/26/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
03/10/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT J FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/11/2009 MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT K FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/12/2009 MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT L FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT M FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/24/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT N FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/24/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE PLAINTIFF.
REINSTATED AS REQUESTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY.
03/26/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT O FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/27/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT P FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

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04/01/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBITS Q;R;S;T;U;V FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/09/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A1 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/15/2009 ORDER (NO FEE) ENTERED AND FILED. AND NOW, THIS 15TH DAY OF APRIL, 2009, BASED UPON
THE ATTACHED FORENSIC REPORT, AND IT APPEARING THAT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS
ACCEPTED BY THE PROTHONOTARY FOR FILING WERE SIGNED IN HUMAN BLOOD, THE
PROTHONOTARY IS DIRECTED TO STRIKE THE FILING OF THOSE DOCUMENTS FROM THE CIVIL
DOCKET RECORD AND IT IS FURTHER DIRECTED THAT THEY REMAIN, IN THE INTEREST OF
PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY AND FOR ANY APPROPRIATE LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTION, IN THE
CUSTODY OF THE OFFICE OF THE LANCASTER COUNTY DETECTIVES AND THE DISTRICT
ATTORNEY. THE DOCUMENTS AT CI-08-13373 ARE: "MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT W" , "MOTION TO
FILE EXHIBIT X" , "MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT Y" THE DOCUMENT AT CI-07-03924 IS: "MOTION TO
FILE EXHIBIT Z" UNTIL FURTHER ORDER OF COURT NO DOCUMENTS FROM THE PLAINTIFF,
ACTING PRO SE, SHALL BE ACCEPTED FOR FILING UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN INSPECTED BY AND
CLEARED AS FREE OF HEALTH HAZARDOUS TAINT BY THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT. BY THE
COURT: LOUIS J. FARINA, PRESIDENT JUDGE COPIES W/236 NOTICE HAND DELIVERED TO:
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, JAN WALTERS, COUNTY DETECTIVE, RANDALL WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY, TERRY BERGMAN, SHERIFF, AND MAILED TO STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE
04/17/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT W FILED BY: STANLELY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE (CORRECT
FILING DATE APRIL 17, 2009 AT 11:41 A.M.)
04/17/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT Y FILED BY: STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

04/17/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT X FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

04/20/2009 ORDER (NO FEE) FILED. AND NOW, THIS 17TH DAY OF APRIL, 2009, THE ORDER ISSUED APRIL
15, 2009 IS VACATED AND SUBSTITUTED WITH THE FOLLOWING: CORRECTIVE ORDER: AND
NOW, THIS 17TH DAY OF APRIL, 2009, BASED UPON THE ATTACHED FORENSIC REPORT, AND IT
APPEARING THAT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ACCEPTED BY THE PROTHONOTARY FOR
FILING WERE SIGNED IN HUMAN BLOOD, THE PROTHONOTARY IS DIRECTED TO STRIKE THE
FILING OF THOSE DOCUMENTS FROM THE CIVIL DOCKET RECORD AND IT IS FURTHER
DIRECTED THAT THEY REMAIN, IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY AND FOR
ANY APPROPRIATE LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTION, IN THE CUSTODY OF THE OFFICE OF THE
LANCASTER COUNTY DETECTIVES AND THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY. THE DOCUMENTS
DOCKETED TO CI-08-13373 ARE: "MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT W" , "MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT X",
"MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT Y", AND "MOTION TO FILE EXHIBIT Z". UNTIL FURTHER ORDER OF
COURT NO DOCUMENTS FROM THE PLAINTIFF, ACTING PRO SE, SHALL BE ACCEPTED FOR
FILING UNTIL THEY BEEN INSPECTED BY AND CLEARED AS FREE OF HEALTH HAZARDOUS
TAINT BY THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT. BY THE COURT: LOUIS J. FARINA, PRESIDENT JUDGE,
COPIES W/236 NOTICE TO: DISTRICT ATTORNEY (HAND DELIVERED) / JAN WALTERS, COUNTY
DETECTIVE (HAND DELIVERED), RANDALL WENGER, PROTHONOTARY (IN FILE-CI-07-03924)
TERRY BERGMAN, SHERIFF (HAND DELIVERED), STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, (MAILED)
04/21/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A2 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/23/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT Z FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/23/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT ORGINALLY FILED ON DECEMBER 3, 2008 FILED BY:
STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, PLAINTIFF
REINSTATED AS DIRECTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY
04/27/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-4 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/27/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-3 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/27/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBITS A-5 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/30/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-6 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

05/06/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-5 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

05/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO RENAME EXHIBIT A-5 OF MAY 6, 2009 TO EXHIBIT A-7 FILED BY STAN J.
CATERBONE.
05/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-8 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE.

05/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-9 FILED.

05/22/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. REINSTATED AS
REQUESTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY
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06/03/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-10. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

06/08/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-11. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

06/09/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE PLAINTIFF.
REINSTATED AS REQUESTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY AND ADD THE
FOLLOWING PARTIES TO THE CAPTION: DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN, PH.D., VICE PRESIDENT
STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, JODIE RICHARDSON, SECRETARY OF STUDENT
AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, LORI B. AUSTIN, DIRECTOR OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS,
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, VICTOR DESANTIS, DIRECTOR, GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEACH
PROGRAM, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER, PH.D. HUMANTIES
LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY,
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, NATHANIEL
BOMBERGER, LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, P. MICHAEL STURLA, PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES, JOHN ROCHAT, CHIEF OF POLICE, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE
DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
06/09/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-12. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

06/11/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBT A-13. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

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06/15/2009 AMENDED CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP / STAN J. CATERBONE VS. DUKE
STREET BUSINESS CENTER, ET AL, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 1 OF
JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 2
OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, DR.
VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT,
WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
BRANCH MANAGER, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR, MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT
AND BAR, MARION STREET CAFE, MIKE GEESEY, PROPRIETOR, MARION COURTROOM, ALLEY
KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, JOHN KATRAS, PROPRIETOR, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT,
BRETT STABLEY, MANAGER, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT,
THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, GEORGE SOUKAS, MANAGER, THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, RUBY
TUESDAY, RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, VALENTINOS CAFE,
LANCASTER BRICKYARD BAR, LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION, DAVID
PFLUMM, PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK, LIBERTY PLACE, LANCASTER, LANCASTER
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA), MARK SPRUNGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LETA, RED
ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA), DAVID KILMER, RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY,
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, KIETH SADDLER, CHIEF OF POLICE, LANCASTER CITY
POLICE BUREAU, SGT. RICHARD COSMORE, LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, LANCASTER
CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT, MR. MCGUIRE, LANCASTER CITY HOUSING
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION, REPRESENTATIVE LANCASTER CITY
POLICE UNION, LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION, RICHARD GRAY, MAYOR , CITY OF
LANCASTER, LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS, WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK,
RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PA , LANCASTER COUNTY
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, CRAIG STEDMAN, LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MICHAEL
LANDIS, DETECTIVE, LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE, PRESIDENT JUDGE, LOUIS
FARINA, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN,
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL OFFICE, THOMAS CORBETT, PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL / UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA, ERIC
HOLDER, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI),
HARRISBURG OFFICE, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI), PHILADELPHIA OFFICE,
SHERYL CROW, INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST, UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY (NSA(, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.), DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, (DIA), ROBERT GATES, UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, BARRACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES PRESIDENT

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06/15/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. REINSTATED AS
REQUESTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY AND ADD THE FOLLOWING PARTIES TO
THE CAPTIONED: ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR, MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT
AND BAR, MARION STREET CAFE, MIKE GEESEY, PROPRIETOR, MARION COURTROOM, ALLEY
KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, JOHN KATRAS, PROPRIETOR, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT,
BRETT STABLEY, MANAGER, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT,
THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, GEORGE SOUKAS, MANAGER, THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, RUBY
TUESDAY, RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, VALENTINOS CAFE,
LANCASTER BRICKYARD BAR, LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION, DAVID
PFLUMM, PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK, LIBERTY PLACE, LANCASTER, LANCASTER
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA), MARK SPRUNGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LETA, RED
ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA), DAVID KILMER, RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY,
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, KIETH SADDLER, CHIEF OF POLICE, LANCASTER CITY
POLICE BUREAU, SGT. RICHARD COSMORE, LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, LANCASTER
CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT, MR. MCGUIRE, LANCASTER CITY HOUSING
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION, REPRESENTATIVE LANCASTER CITY
POLICE UNION, LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION, RICHARD GRAY, MAYOR , CITY OF
LANCASTER, LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS, WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK,
RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PA , LANCASTER COUNTY
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, CRAIG STEDMAN, LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MICHAEL
LANDIS, DETECTIVE, LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE, PRESIDENT JUDGE, LOUIS
FARINA, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN,
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL OFFICE, THOMAS CORBETT, PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL / UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA, ERIC
HOLDER, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI),
HARRISBURG OFFICE, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI), PHILADELPHIA OFFICE,
SHERYL CROW, INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST, UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY (NSA(, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.), DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, (DIA), ROBERT GATES, UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, BARRACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES PRESIDENT
06/17/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. REINSTATED AS
REQUESTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY.
06/18/2009 AMENDED CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP / STAN J. CATERBONE VS. DUKE
STREET BUSINESS CENTER, ET AL, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS

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06/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE AND ADD THE FOLLOWING NAMES
TO THE CAPTIONED COMPLAINT: LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
06/24/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-14. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

06/26/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-15. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

06/29/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-16. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/01/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-17. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/02/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-18 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

07/07/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-19. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/13/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-20. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/14/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-21 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE.

07/14/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE. REINSTATED AS
DIRECTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY AND TO ADD THE FOLLOWNG PARTIES TO
THE COMPLAINT. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 1 OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 2 OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL
HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, DR. VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL
HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR
STREETS, LANCSTER, PENNSYLVANIA / BRANCH MANAGER, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY
AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA

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07/14/2009 AMENDED CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP / STAN J. CATERBONE VS. DUKE
STREET BUSINESS CENTER, ET AL, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 1 OF
JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 2
OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, DR.
VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT,
WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
BRANCH MANAGER, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR, MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT
AND BAR, MARION STREET CAFE, MIKE GEESEY, PROPRIETOR, MARION COURTROOM, ALLEY
KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, JOHN KATRAS, PROPRIETOR, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT,
BRETT STABLEY, MANAGER, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT,
THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, GEORGE SOUKAS, MANAGER, THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, RUBY
TUESDAY, RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, VALENTINOS CAFE,
LANCASTER BRICKYARD BAR, LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION, DAVID
PFLUMM, PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK, LIBERTY PLACE, LANCASTER, LANCASTER
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA), MARK SPRUNGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LETA, RED
ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA), DAVID KILMER, RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY,
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, KIETH SADDLER, CHIEF OF POLICE, LANCASTER CITY
POLICE BUREAU, SGT. RICHARD COSMORE, LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, LANCASTER
CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT, MR. MCGUIRE, LANCASTER CITY HOUSING
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION, REPRESENTATIVE LANCASTER CITY
POLICE UNION, LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION, RICHARD GRAY, MAYOR , CITY OF
LANCASTER, LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS, WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK,
RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PA , LANCASTER COUNTY
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, CRAIG STEDMAN, LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MICHAEL
LANDIS, DETECTIVE, LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE, PRESIDENT JUDGE, LOUIS
FARINA, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN,
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL OFFICE, THOMAS CORBETT, PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL / UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA, ERIC
HOLDER, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI),
HARRISBURG OFFICE, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI), PHILADELPHIA OFFICE,
SHERYL CROW, INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST, UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY (NSA(, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.), DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, (DIA), ROBERT GATES, UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, BARRACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES PRESIDENT, DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN, PH.D.,
VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, JODIE RICHARDSON,
SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, LORI B. AUSTIN, DIRECTOR OF
JUDICIAL AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, VICTOR DESANTIS, DIRECTOR, GRADUATE
STUDIES AND RESEACH PROGRAM, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER,
PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR, MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY,
NATHANIEL BOMBERGER, LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, P. MICHAEL STURLA, PENNSYLVANIA
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JOHN ROCHAT, CHIEF OF POLICE, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH
POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
07/16/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-22 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/17/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-23 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/23/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-24 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/28/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-25 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

07/29/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-26 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/03/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-27 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/03/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-28 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/05/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-29 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/07/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT AND TO ADD THE FOLLOWING NAMED PARTIES TO
THE COMPLAINT:STEVE MIDCIFF, CEO, LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR.
ANTHONY MASTROPIETRO, MEDICAL DIRECTOR, LANCASTER REGIN HOSPITAL, LANCASTER,
PA.; LINDA S. WENGER, PA-C, LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; CHRISTINE M.
DANG, M.D., LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; MASTROPIETRO ASSOCIATES
FAMILY PRACTICE, NOLL DRIVE, LANCASTER, PA.; BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.;
DR. JOHN BLACK III, BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.; SOUTHEAST HEALTH CLINIC,
BRIGHTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. LEO DORIZYNSKI, PSYCHIATRY
DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. SEAN COLDREN, M.D.,
PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. EMILY
PRESSLEY, M.D., PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER,
PA..; DR. DANIEL McINTYRE, M.D., LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.;
LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. TATE,
LANCASTER EMERGENCY ASSOCIATES OF LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA..;
AMY MILLHOUSE, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; OFFICER ERIC McCRADY,
LANCASTER CITY BURAEU OF POLICE, LANCASTER, PA.; LANCASTER COUNTY MENTAL
HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.;
JAMES McLAUGHLIN, DISRECTOR, MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.; CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
MR. McCARDY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY' BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; DENNIS STUCKEY, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; HOUSE OF PASTA, BAR & RESTAURANT,
MILLERSVILLE PIKE, LANCASTER, PA.; YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR, NORTH QUEEN ST.,
LANCASTER, PA.; UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; ART WARD,
PROPERIETOR, UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA STATE
POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; COMMANDER, PA. STATE POLICE
TROOP J, LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT); BEVERLY POINTS, ESQ., LEGAL COUNSEL, PENNSYLVANIA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION; LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; TERRY BERGMAN, SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; MARK REESE, CHIEF DEPUTY,
LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA. FILED BY:
STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED. RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY.

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08/07/2009 AMENDED CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP / STAN J. CATERBONE VS. DUKE
STREET BUSINESS CENTER, ET AL, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 1 OF
JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 2
OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, DR.
VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT,
WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
BRANCH MANAGER, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR, MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT
AND BAR, MARION STREET CAFE, MIKE GEESEY, PROPRIETOR, MARION COURTROOM, ALLEY
KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, JOHN KATRAS, PROPRIETOR, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT,
BRETT STABLEY, MANAGER, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT,
THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, GEORGE SOUKAS, MANAGER, THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, RUBY
TUESDAY, RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, VALENTINOS CAFE,
LANCASTER BRICKYARD BAR, LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION, DAVID
PFLUMM, PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK, LIBERTY PLACE, LANCASTER, LANCASTER
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA), MARK SPRUNGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LETA, RED
ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA), DAVID KILMER, RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY,
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, KIETH SADDLER, CHIEF OF POLICE, LANCASTER CITY
POLICE BUREAU, SGT. RICHARD COSMORE, LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, LANCASTER
CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT, MR. MCGUIRE, LANCASTER CITY HOUSING
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION, REPRESENTATIVE LANCASTER CITY
POLICE UNION, LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION, RICHARD GRAY, MAYOR , CITY OF
LANCASTER, LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS, WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK,
RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PA , LANCASTER COUNTY
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, CRAIG STEDMAN, LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MICHAEL
LANDIS, DETECTIVE, LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE, PRESIDENT JUDGE, LOUIS
FARINA, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN,
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL OFFICE, THOMAS CORBETT, PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL / UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA, ERIC
HOLDER, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI),
HARRISBURG OFFICE, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI), PHILADELPHIA OFFICE,
SHERYL CROW, INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST, UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY (NSA(, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.), DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, (DIA), ROBERT GATES, UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, BARRACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES PRESIDENT, DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN, PH.D.,
VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, JODIE RICHARDSON,
SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, LORI B. AUSTIN, DIRECTOR OF
JUDICIAL AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, VICTOR DESANTIS, DIRECTOR, GRADUATE
STUDIES AND RESEACH PROGRAM, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER,
PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR, MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY,
NATHANIEL BOMBERGER, LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, P. MICHAEL STURLA, PENNSYLVANIA
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JOHN ROCHAT, CHIEF OF POLICE, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH
POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT, STEVE MIDCIFF, CEO,
LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. ANTHONY MASTROPIETRO, MEDICAL
DIRECTOR, LANCASTER REGIN HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; LINDA S. WENGER, PA-C,
LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; CHRISTINE M. DANG, M.D., LANCASTER
REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; MASTROPIETRO ASSOCIATES FAMILY PRACTICE, NOLL
DRIVE, LANCASTER, PA.; BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.; DR. JOHN BLACK III,
BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.; SOUTHEAST HEALTH CLINIC, BRIGHTSIDE
BAPTIST CHURCH, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. LEO DORIZYNSKI, PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT,
LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. SEAN COLDREN, M.D., PSYCHIATRY
DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. EMILY PRESSLEY, M.D.,
PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA..; DR. DANIEL
McINTYRE, M.D., LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; LANCASTER GENERAL
HOSPITAL, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. TATE, LANCASTER
EMERGENCY ASSOCIATES OF LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA..; AMY
MILLHOUSE, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; OFFICER ERIC McCRADY,
LANCASTER CITY BURAEU OF POLICE, LANCASTER, PA.; LANCASTER COUNTY MENTAL
HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.;
JAMES McLAUGHLIN, DISRECTOR, MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.; CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
MR. McCARDY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY' BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; DENNIS STUCKEY, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; HOUSE OF PASTA, BAR & RESTAURANT,
MILLERSVILLE PIKE, LANCASTER, PA.; YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR, NORTH QUEEN ST.,
LANCASTER, PA.; UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; ART WARD,
PROPERIETOR, UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA STATE
POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; COMMANDER, PA. STATE POLICE
TROOP J, LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT); BEVERLY POINTS, ESQ., LEGAL COUNSEL, PENNSYLVANIA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION; LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; TERRY BERGMAN, SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; MARK REESE, CHIEF DEPUTY,
LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.
08/11/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-30 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/14/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-31 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

08/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-32 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, PLAINTIFF

08/31/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT AND TO KINDLY ADD THE FOLLOWING NAMED
PARTIES: LENS CRAFTERS; DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES; CARTRIDGE WORLD;
KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE; EYEMART EXPRESS STORE; DR. HARRY BREITMAN; OFFICE MAX
STORE; CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, CIA; LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR CIA FILED BY STAN
J. CATERBONE, PLAINTIFF, PRO SE. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED. RANDALL O. WENGER, ESQ.

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08/31/2009 AMENDED CAPTION ENTRY IS: ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP / STAN J. CATERBONE VS. DUKE
STREET BUSINESS CENTER, ET AL, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, COLLEGE
AVENUE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. L. WENGER, LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER, WEIS MARKETS, SADSBURY, PENNSYLVANIA, WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY,
PENNSYLVANIA, AMY BRENT, PHARMICIST, DISTRICT MANAGER, WEIS MARKET, CVS
PHARMACY, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON FINANCIAL
CORPORATION, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, FULTON BANK, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, MR.
R. SCOTT SMITH, CEO, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, PHILLIP WENGER, COO, FULTON
FINANICAL CORPORATION, MR. CRAIG RODA, CEO FULTON BANK, MS DANA CHRYST, BOARD OF
DIRECTORS, FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, NEW
HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC, NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, DR. WEST, NEW HOLLAND DENTAL
CLINIC, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, INC., LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, STEVE WEAVER,
MANAGER, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, JOHN BUCKWALTER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
CHAIRMAN, LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS, HIGH INDUSTRIES, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
FRANK MCCABE, HIGH HOTELS, S. DALE HIGH, HIGH INDUSTRIES, BARLEY SNYDER, LLC.,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, SHAWN LONG, ESQ., BARLEY SNYDER, LLC, WGAL TV-8,
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA, PAUL QUINN, GENERAL MANAGER, WGAL TV-8, DOUG ALLEN,
WGAL TV-8, JANELLE STELLSON, WGAL TV-8, SUSAN SHIPIRO, WGAL TV-8, BARBARA BARR,
WGAL TV-8, LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, LANCASTER COUNTY,
PENNSYLVANIA, COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX, RED ROSE COMMONS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS, RYAN P. AUMENT, LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, LANCASTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 1 OF
JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, NURSE 2
OF JULY 13, 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, DR.
VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT,
WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA,
BRANCH MANAGER, WACHOVIA BANK, HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS, LANCASTER,
PENNSYLVANIA, ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR, MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT
AND BAR, MARION STREET CAFE, MIKE GEESEY, PROPRIETOR, MARION COURTROOM, ALLEY
KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, JOHN KATRAS, PROPRIETOR, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT,
BRETT STABLEY, MANAGER, ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT, ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT,
THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, GEORGE SOUKAS, MANAGER, THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB, RUBY
TUESDAY, RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL, MANOR SHOPPING CENTER, VALENTINOS CAFE,
LANCASTER BRICKYARD BAR, LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION, DAVID
PFLUMM, PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK, LIBERTY PLACE, LANCASTER, LANCASTER
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA), MARK SPRUNGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LETA, RED
ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA), DAVID KILMER, RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY,
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, KIETH SADDLER, CHIEF OF POLICE, LANCASTER CITY
POLICE BUREAU, SGT. RICHARD COSMORE, LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, LANCASTER
CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT, MR. MCGUIRE, LANCASTER CITY HOUSING
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION, REPRESENTATIVE LANCASTER CITY
POLICE UNION, LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION, RICHARD GRAY, MAYOR , CITY OF
LANCASTER, LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS, WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK,
RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PA , LANCASTER COUNTY
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, CRAIG STEDMAN, LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MICHAEL
LANDIS, DETECTIVE, LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE, PRESIDENT JUDGE, LOUIS
FARINA, LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN,
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL OFFICE, THOMAS CORBETT, PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL / UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA, ERIC
HOLDER, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI),
HARRISBURG OFFICE, FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI), PHILADELPHIA OFFICE,
SHERYL CROW, INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST, UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY (NSA(, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.), DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, (DIA), ROBERT GATES, UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, BARRACK OBAMA, UNITED STATES PRESIDENT, DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN, PH.D.,
VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, JODIE RICHARDSON,
SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, LORI B. AUSTIN, DIRECTOR OF
JUDICIAL AFFAIRS, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, VICTOR DESANTIS, DIRECTOR, GRADUATE
STUDIES AND RESEACH PROGRAM, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER,
PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR, MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY,
NATHANIEL BOMBERGER, LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, P. MICHAEL STURLA, PENNSYLVANIA
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JOHN ROCHAT, CHIEF OF POLICE, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH
POLICE DEPARTMENT, MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT, STEVE MIDCIFF, CEO,
LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. ANTHONY MASTROPIETRO, MEDICAL
DIRECTOR, LANCASTER REGIN HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; LINDA S. WENGER, PA-C,
LANCASTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; CHRISTINE M. DANG, M.D., LANCASTER
REGIONAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; MASTROPIETRO ASSOCIATES FAMILY PRACTICE, NOLL
DRIVE, LANCASTER, PA.; BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.; DR. JOHN BLACK III,
BLACK AND BLACK DENTAL, WILLOW ST., PA.; SOUTHEAST HEALTH CLINIC, BRIGHTSIDE
BAPTIST CHURCH, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. LEO DORIZYNSKI, PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT,
LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. SEAN COLDREN, M.D., PSYCHIATRY
DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. EMILY PRESSLEY, M.D.,
PSYCHIATRY DEPARTMENT, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA..; DR. DANIEL
McINTYRE, M.D., LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; LANCASTER GENERAL
HOSPITAL, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, LANCASTER, PA.; DR. TATE, LANCASTER
EMERGENCY ASSOCIATES OF LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA..; AMY
MILLHOUSE, LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, LANCASTER, PA.; OFFICER ERIC McCRADY,
LANCASTER CITY BURAEU OF POLICE, LANCASTER, PA.; LANCASTER COUNTY MENTAL
HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.;
JAMES McLAUGHLIN, DISRECTOR, MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PA.; CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
MR. McCARDY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY' BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; DENNIS STUCKEY, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; HOUSE OF PASTA, BAR & RESTAURANT,
MILLERSVILLE PIKE, LANCASTER, PA.; YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR, NORTH QUEEN ST.,
LANCASTER, PA.; UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; ART WARD,
PROPERIETOR, UPS COPY STORE, STONE MILL PLAZA, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA STATE
POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; COMMANDER, PA. STATE POLICE
TROOP J, LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, LANCASTER, PA.; PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT); BEVERLY POINTS, ESQ., LEGAL COUNSEL, PENNSYLVANIA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION; LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS,
COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; TERRY BERGMAN, SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.; MARK REESE, CHIEF DEPUTY,
LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS, COUNTY OF LANCASTER, PA.,LENS
CRAFTERS, LANCASTER, PA., DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES, OPTOMETRISTS,
LANCASTER, PA., CARTRIDGE WORLD, LANCASTER, PA., KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE,
LANCASTER, PA., EYEMART EXPRESS STORE, LANCASTER, PA., DR. HARRY BREITMAN,
LANCASTER, PA., OFFICE MAX STORE #854, LANCASTER, PA., CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
AGENCY, CIA, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA, LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
AGENCY, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA
09/03/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-33 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

09/16/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-34 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

09/16/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-35 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

09/29/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-36 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

09/29/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
10/02/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-37 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/06/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-38 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/13/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-39 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/16/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-40 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/19/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-41 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/21/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-42 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/23/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-43 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/28/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

10/30/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-44 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

11/10/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-45 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

11/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-47 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
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11/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-48 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

11/20/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-46 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

11/25/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE. REINSTATED AS
DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY.
12/09/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-49 WITH CD-ROM AS EXHIBIT FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO
SE.
12/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER,
PROTHONOTARY. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.
12/18/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-50. FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

12/29/2009 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-51 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

12/29/2009 PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION (EMERGENCY) FOR RELIEF. FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PLAINTIFF, PRO SE.
12/29/2009 ORDER (NO FEE) FILED. AND NOW, THIS 29TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2009, UPON
CONSIDERATION OF PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR PRELIMINARY EMERGENCY INJUNCTION FOR
RELIEF, THE REQUEST IS DENIED. PA. R.C.P. 1531(A) PROVIDES, THAT A COURT MAY ISSUE AN
EX PARTE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION ONLY AFTER WRITTEN NOTICE AND HEARING UNLESS IT
APPEARS TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE COURT THAT IMMEDIATE AND IRREPARABLE INJURY
WILL BE SUSTAINED BEFORE NOTICE CAN BE GIVEN OR A HEARING HELD, IN WHICH CASE THE
COURT MAY ISSUE (THE) INJUNCTION WITHOUT A HEARING OR WITHOUT NOTICE. IN
DETERMINING WHETHER (THE) INJUNCTION SHOULD BE GRANTED AND WHETHER NOTICE OR
A HEARING SHOULD BE REQUIRED, THE COURT MAY ACT ON THE BASIS OF THE AVEMENTS OF
THE PLEADINGS OR PETITION AND MAY CONSIDER AFFIDAVITS OF PARTIES OR THIRD
PERSONS OR ANY OTHER PROOF WHICH THE COURT MAY REQUIRE. HERE, THE IRREPARABLE
HARM ALLEGED IS LOSS BY PLAINTIFF OF (1) PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL ESTATE; (2)
OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE PERSONAL PROPERTY, BUSINESS ASSETS, AND COURT RELATED
ASSETS, INFORMATION, AND EVIDENCE; (3) PROTECTION FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT AT EVERY
LEVEL [:] LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL; (4) RELATIONSHIPS INCLUDING FAMILY [,] FRIENDS [,]
AND PROFESSIONAL; (5) TIME AND LIFE AS A NORMAL PERSON WOULD KNOW IT; (6) TIME WITH
MOTHER, WHO IS IN HER LAST STAGE OF LIFE. . .; (7) FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT [:]
COMPLAINANT HAS BEEN DENIED EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HIS PERSONAL AND
BUSINESS ASSETS AT 1250 FREMONT STREET, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA [,] MAKING IT
IMPOSSIBLE TO TRAVEL OR LEAVE FOR ANY AMOUNT OF TIME. . .; (8) FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT
MAY CONSTITUTE FALSE IMPRISONMENT AND MAY INVOKE THE FEDERAL HABEAS CORPUS
LAWS OF FREEDOM [SIC]; (9) FEMALE COMPANIONSHIP; (10) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES; AND
(11) ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES. THE SOURCES OF THE ALLEGED IRREPARABLE HARM ARE
APPROXIMATELY 82 DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ELECTED OFFICIALS,
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS, BUSINESS OF VARIOUS TYPES, MEDICAL PRACTICES AND
PRACTITIONERS, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS AND NUMEROUS PRINCIPLES, EMPLOYEES
AND AGENTS OF THE NAMED ENTITIES, WHICH ARE NAMED IN A PRIVATE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
MADE PART OF PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY INJUNCTIVE RELIEF. IN HIS REQUEST
FOR RELIEF,: THE COMPLAINANT SEEKS IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM THE ABOVE IN THE FORM OF
SANCTIONS AND FINES FOR THOSE GUILTY OF EXTORTATION AND EMBEZZLEMENT AND
THOSE WITHHOLDING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES. COMPLAINANT SEEKS IMMEDIATE RELIEF
FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THAT CONTINUE ABUSE OF PROCESS.
COMPLAINANT SEEKS IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM PUBLIC OFFICIALS FOUND GUILTY OF
OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE AND DUE PROCESS. COMPLAINANT SEEKS RELIEF, IN AS MUCH AS THE
COURTS ARE ABLE, WITH REGARDS TO THE HARASSMENT AND TORTURE FROM THOSE
FOUND GUILTY OF SUCH CRIMES. GIVEN THE STRICT STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO THE ENTRY
OF EX PARTE RELIEF, THIS COURT CANNOT SAY THAT THE ALLEGATIONS OF PLAINTIFF'S
PRIVATE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT PROVIDE A CREDIBLE FACTUAL BASIS ON WHICH TO GRANT
RELIEF. WHILE PLAINTIFF MAY BELIEVE THE FACTUAL AVEMENTS AND LEGAL
TRANSGRESSIONS TO BE PROVEN, THERE IS NO EVIDENTIARY SUPPORT PROVIDED TO THE
COURT. MOREOVER, IN MANY INSTANCES, THE HARM CITED AND RELIEF REQUESTED ARE NOT
RATIONALLY RELATED TO THE PERSONS/ENTITIES IDENTIFIED, OR THEIR ALLEGED ACTS OR
OMISSIONS. WITHOUT NOTICE TO THE PERSON OR ENTITY SOUGHT TO BE ENJOINED, A
CLEARER STATEMENT OF THE SPECIFIC HARM AND NEXUS BETWEEN THE ACTOR'S BEHAVIOR,
AND AN EVIDENTIARY HEARING AT WHICH ALL PARTIES MAY PRESENT PROOFS, INJUNCTIVE
RELIEF WILL NOT LIE. BY THE COURT: MARGARET C. MILLER, JUDGE. CC'S WITH 236 NOTICE
TO: STAN J. CATERBONE (1). MAILED ON 12/30/09.

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01/04/2010 MOTION PRELIMINARY EMERGENCY INJUNCTION FOR RELIEF MOTION FOR
RECONSIDERATIOIN FOR EX PARTE INJUNCTIVE RELIEF OF ORDER DATED DECEMBER 29, 2009
FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. (FORWARDED TO JUDGE MILLER ON JAN. 4, 2010)
01/06/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-52 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

01/07/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STANLEY J CATERBONE. REINSTATED AS
DIRECTED BY RANDALL O. WENGER, PROTHONOTARY.
01/11/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-53 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

01/19/2010 ORDER (NO FEE) FILED. AND NOW, THIS 19TH DAY OF JANUARY, 2010, UPON CONSIDERATION
OF PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR PRELIMINARY EMERGENCY INJUNCTION FOR RELIEF MOTION
FOR RECONSIDERATION FOR EX PARTE INJUNCTIVE RELIEF OF ORDER DATED DECEMBER 29,
2009, THE REQUEST IS DENIED. BY THE COURT: MARGARET C. MILLER, JUDGE. CC'S WITH 236
NOTICE TO: STAN J. CATERBONE/ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP (1). MAILED ON 1/21/10.
01/19/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

01/22/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-54 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

02/05/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-55 PLUS C-D ROM FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

02/16/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE.

02/18/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-56 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

02/19/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-57 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

02/22/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-58 FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE

03/04/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-59 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/09/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-61 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/09/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-60 FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/10/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE.

03/10/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-62 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/17/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE PRAECIPE EXHIBIT A-64 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE,
DEFENDANT.
03/18/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-63 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

03/19/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE.

03/31/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-65 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/01/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-66 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

04/20/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STANLEY J. CATTERBONE.

04/27/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-67 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

05/03/2010 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT A-68 FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE.

05/11/2010 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, ProSe.

08/31/2015 PRAECIPE, FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE

09/01/2015 PRAECIPE REINSTATE COMPLAINT, FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, FILED BY STAN J.
CATERBONE
09/02/2015 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT TITLED "MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT", FILED BY STAN J.
CATERBONE
09/10/2015 PRAECIPE, FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE

09/10/2015 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE COMPLAINT FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE. REINSTATED AS
DIRECTED BY KATHERINE WOOD JACOBS, PROTHONOTARY.
09/22/2015 PRAECIPE TO FILE EXHIBIT, FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE

09/30/2015 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE: KINDLY REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT ORIGINALLY FILED ON
DECEMBER 3, 2008 IN THE ABOVE CAPTIONED ACTION ALONG WITH THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT A.
FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PLAINTIFF, PRO SE.

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10/02/2015 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE: KINDLY REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT ORIGINALLY FILED ON
DECEMBER 3, 2008 IN THE ABOVE CAPTIONED ACTION ALONG WITH THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT.
FILED BY STAN J. CATERBONE, PLAINTIFF, PRO SE.
02/03/2016 PETITION - IFP- GENERAL: TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS WITHOUT PAYMENT OF FEES
WITH AFFIDAVIT OF FINANCIAL STATUS. FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PLAINTIFF, PRO SE.

SENT TO JUDGE REINAKER ON 2/5/2016.
02/10/2016 ORDER (NO FEE) FILED.
AND NOW, THIS 9TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2016, UPON CONSIDERATION OF THE ATTACHED
PETITION AND AFFIDAVIT OF FINANCIAL STATUS, IT IS HEREBY DENIED.
BY THE COURT: DENNIS E. REINAKER, PRESIDENT JUDGE
COPIES WITH 236 NOTICE MAILED TO STANLEY J. CATERBONE, ESQ., ON 2/10/16.
02/10/2016 IN FORMA PAUPERIS DENIED.

05/12/2016 Praecipe to file exhibit-Corroborating Expert And Former Nsa Whistleblower Karen Stewart's Disclosure
Of Electrogagnetic Weapons Used To Kill May 12 - Copy filed by Stan Caterbone
11/16/2016 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE AND TO ADD DEFENDANTS, ROBERT S. WALKER, ATT MOBILE PHONE,
SPRINT MOBILE PHONE, BEST BUY, HILDEY'S BAR, THE JUKE BOX, JOHN KATRAS, LANCASTER
FLEET AND AUTO, PRESS ROOM, LNP ENTERPRISES, ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,OFFICE
MAX, LANCASTER REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM, PATIENT FIRST URGENT CARE, ALTANA
RESTAURANT, BEN FRANK, AMALFI PROPERTIES, TELLUS360 BAR AND RESTAURANT, CORTY
BYRON, ANNIE BAILEY'S RESTAURANT, JOSHUA FUNK, CIGAR BAR, DANIEL FALCON,
LANCASTER DISPENSING COMPANY, BRADLEY DEFORGE, JUDY ROSS, YORGOS BAR AND
RESTAURANT, GEORGE KATSAROS, AND MRS. KATSAROS, FILED. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED,
KATHERINE WOOD-JACOBS, PROTHONOTARY.
11/17/2016 EXHIBITS FILED

11/23/2016 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE FILED BY STAN CATERBONE, PRO SE

11/30/2016 Exhibit

12/03/2016 EXHIBIT

12/05/2016 EXHIBIT

01/13/2017 EXHIBIT FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 2017, FILED

01/23/2017 PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE FILED BY STAN CATERBONE ESQ.

01/28/2017 Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 EXHIBIT re THE DONALD TRUMP PRESIDENCY and
STAN J. CATERBONE as of January 28, 2017
01/29/2017 Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 PRAECIPE TO AMEND COMPLAINT January 29, 2017
filed by Stan Caterbone, Pro Se
01/31/2017 Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 EXHIBIT re COMPLAINT TO US ATTORNEY OFFICE of
January 19, 2016 - Filed on January 31, 2017 filed byStan Caterbone, Pro Se
02/02/2017 Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 17-10615REF SUBMITTALS FOR FEBRUARY 3 - February 2, 2017 FILED
BY Stan Caterbone, Pro Se
02/02/2017 Pro Financial Group Brochure and Eastern Regional Free Agent Camp & TRUMP and the USFL by Stan
J. Caterbone January 16, 2017 FILED BY Stan Caterbone, Pro Se
02/04/2017 Torture LAW and the United States - Wikipedia by Stan J. Caterbone and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP,
February 4, 2017 filed by Stan Caterbone, Pro Se
02/05/2017 LETTER TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CRAIG STEDMAN RE MOVING FORWARD TO GOP STATE
JUDGESHIP - FEBRUARY 5, 2017 EXHIBITS
02/10/2017 LETTER to District Attorney Craig Stedman re Moving Forward to GOP State Judgeship - February 5,
2017 and TRUMP IMMIGRATION EXECUTIVE ORDER February 10, 2017 filed by Stan Caterbone, Pro
Se

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF LANCASTER COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION

___________________________________________

STANLEY J. CATERBONE and
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP CASE NO. CI-08-13373

Plaintiffs v.

DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, et., al.

PRAECIPE TO REINSTATE THE COMPLAINT AND TO ADD THE FOLLOWING NAMED PARTIES TO

1. Steve Midciff Ceo Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
2. Dr.Anthony Mastropietro Medical Director Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster,Pa.;
3. Linda S. Wenger Pa-C Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
4. Christine M.Dang M.D. Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
5. Mastropietro Associatesfamily Practice Noll Drive Lancaster Pa.;
6. BLack And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
7. Dr. John Black Iii Black And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
8. Southeast Health Clinic Brightside Baptist Church Lancaster Pa.;
9. Dr. Leo Dorizynski Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
10. Dr. Sean Coldren M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
11.Dr. Emily Pressley M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa..;
12.Dr. Daniel Mcintyre M.D. Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
13.Lancaster General Hospital Department Of Psychiatry Lancaster Pa.;
14.Dr. Tate Lancaster Emergency Associates Of Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa..;
15.Amy Millhouse Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
16.Officer Eric Mccrady, Lancaster City Bureau Of Police Lancaster Pa.;
17.Lancaster County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Department County Of Lancaster
Lancaster Pa.;
18.JAMES McLAUGHLIN DISRECTOR MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION DEPARTMENT
COUNTY OF LANCASTER LANCASTER PA.;
19.CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
20.MR. McCARDY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY'
21.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
22.DENNIS STUCKEY CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
23.HOUSE OF PASTA BAR & RESTAURANT MILLERSVILLE PIKE LANCASTER PA.;
24.YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR NORTH QUEEN ST. LANCASTER PA.;
25.UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
26.ART WARD PROPERIETOR UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
27.PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER PA.;
28.COMMANDER PA. STATE POLICE TROOP J LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER PA.;
29.PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT);
30.BEVERLY POINTS ESQ. LEGAL COUNSEL PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION;
31.LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
32.TERRY BERGMAN SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY
OF LANCASTER PA.;
33.MARK REESE CHIEF DEPUTY LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY OF

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LANCASTER PA. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE PRO SE. REINSTATED AS DIRECTED.
34.RANDALL O. WENGER PROTHONOTARY.
35.LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE AVENUE LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
36.DR. L. WENGER LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
37.WEIS MARKETS SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
38.WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
39.AMY BRENT PHARMICIST DISTRICT MANAGER WEIS MARKET
40.CVS PHARMACY MANOR SHOPPING CENTER LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
41.FULTON FINANCIAL CORPORATION LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
42.FULTON BANK LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
43.MR. R. SCOTT SMITH CEO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
44.PHILLIP WENGER COO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
45.MR. CRAIG RODA CEO FULTON BANK
46.MS DANA CHRYST BOARD OF DIRECTORS FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION LANCASTER
47.GENERAL HOSPITAL
48.NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC NEW HOLLAND PENNSYLVANIA
49.DR. WEST NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS INC. LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
50.STEVE WEAVER MANAGER LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
51.JOHN BUCKWALTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
52.HIGH INDUSTRIES LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
53.FRANK MCCABE HIGH HOTELS
54.S. DALE HIGH HIGH INDUSTRIES
55.BARLEY SNYDER LLC. LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
56.SHAWN LONG ESQ. BARLEY SNYDER LLC
57.WGAL TV-8 LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
58.PAUL QUINN GENERAL MANAGER WGAL TV-8
59.DOUG ALLEN WGAL TV-8
60.JANELLE STELLSON WGAL TV-8
61.SUSAN SHIPIRO WGAL TV-8
62.BARBARA BARR WGAL TV-8
63.LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA
64.COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX RED ROSE COMMONS LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
65.LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
66.RYAN P. AUMENT LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
67.LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
68.NURSE 1 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
69.NURSE 2 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
70.DR. VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
71.WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
72.BRANCH MANAGER WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS
LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
73.ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR
74.MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT AND BAR
75.MARION STREET CAFE
76.MIKE GEESEY PROPRIETOR MARION COURTROOM
77.ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
78.JOHN KATRAS PROPRIETOR ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
79.BRETT STABLEY MANAGER ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
80.ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT
81.THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB GEORGE SOUKAS MANAGER THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB
82.RUBY TUESDAY RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL MANOR SHOPPING CENTER

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83.VALENTINOS CAFE LANCASTER
84.BRICKYARD BAR
85.LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION
86.DAVID PFLUMM
87.PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK LIBERTY PLACE LANCASTER
88.LANCASTER EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA)
89.MARK SPRUNGER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LETA
90.RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA)
91.DAVID KILMER RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY
92.LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
93.KIETH SADDLER CHIEF OF POLICE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
94.SGT. RICHARD COSMORE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU LANCASTER
95.CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
96.MR. MCGUIRE LANCASTER CITY HOUSING INSPECTION
97.DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION REPRESENTATIVE
98.LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION
99.RICHARD GRAY MAYOR CITY OF LANCASTER
100. LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS
101. WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK
102. RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET LANCASTER PA
103. LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE
104. CRAIG STEDMAN LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY
105. MICHAEL LANDIS DETECTIVE LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE
106. PRESIDENT JUDGE LOUIS FARINA LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
107. JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
108. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
109. ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE THOMAS CORBETT PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL
110. UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA IN
PHILADELPHIA
111. ERIC HOLDER UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL
112. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) HARRISBURG OFFICE
113. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) PHILADELPHIA OFFICE
114. SHERYL CROW INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST
115. UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA)
116. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.)
117. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)
118. ROBERT GATES UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
119. BARRACK OBAMA UNITED STATES PRESIDENT
120. DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN PH.D. VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
121. JODIE RICHARDSON SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
122. LORI B. AUSTIN DIRECTOR OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
123. VICTOR DESANTIS DIRECTOR GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEACH PROGRAM
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
124. MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN
INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
125. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
126. NATHANIEL BOMBERGER LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT
127. P. MICHAEL STURLA PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
128. JOHN ROCHAT CHIEF OF POLICE MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
129. MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
130. ROBERT S. WALKER,
131. ATT MOBILE PHONE,
132. SPRINT MOBILE PHONE,

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133. BEST BUY,
134. HILDEY'S BAR,
135. THE JUKE BOX, JOHN KATRAS, LANCASTER
136. FLEET AND AUTO,
137. PRESS ROOM, LNP ENTERPRISES,
138. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,OFFICE
139. MAX, LANCASTER REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM,
140. PATIENT FIRST URGENT CARE, ALTANA
141. RESTAURANT, BEN FRANK, AMALFI PROPERTIES,
142. TELLUS360 BAR AND RESTAURANT,
143. CORTY BYRON, ANNIE BAILEY'S RESTAURANT, JOSHUA FUNK,
144. CIGAR BAR, DANIEL FALCON,
145. LANCASTER DISPENSING COMPANY, BRADLEY DEFORGE, JUDY ROSS,
146. YORGOS BAR AND RESTAURANT, GEORGE KATSAROS, AND MRS. KATSAROS,
147. LENS CRAFTERS, LANCASTER, PA., DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES,
OPTOMETRISTS, LANCASTER, PA.
148. CARTRIDGE WORLD, LANCASTER, PA.,
149. KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE LANCASTER, PA.,
150. EYEMART EXPRESS STORE, LANCASTER, PA.,
151. DR. HARRY BREITMAN, LANCASTER, PA.,
152. OFFICE MAX STORE #854, LANCASTER, PA.,
153. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, CIA, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA,
154. LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA
155. MARRIOTT MOTELL, PENN SQUARE GRILL AND BAR, INTERSTATE HOTELS &
RESORTS
156. SPRING HOUSE BREWING COMPANY, TAPROOM
157. James Comey, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI
158. President Donald J. Trump THE WHITE HOUSE
159. Mr. Jeffrey Sessions, United States Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice

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(Typed Version of Original Handwritten Complaint of Decmeber 3, 2008)
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF LANCASTER COUNTY

CIVIL ACTION – LAW

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP :
STAN J. CATERBONE : Case No. 08-13373
Plaintiffs

V. :

DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, at :
Lancaster County Library

Diane Pawling, Business Reference Librarian :
at Duke Street Business Center

Bill Hudson, Deputy Administrator/IT Manager at :
Library System of Lancaster County

Lancaster Public Library of the :
Lancaster County Library System

Lancaster County Library System :

High Foundation :

Unidentifed Reference Librarian at :
Duke Street Business Center :
Defendants

CIVIL COMPLAINT

Pursuant to Pa.R.C.P. 126.

Date: December 3, 2008 ___________________________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
717-669-2163
amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

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THE PARTIES

The Duke Street Business Center at the Lancaster County Library was created in partnership with
the Library System of Lancaster County. It has been partially funded from the Federal Library Services
and Technology Act (LSTA), which funds are administered by the Office of Commonwealth (PA) Libraries
and from a start-up grant from the High Foundation and Dale High of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Duke
Street Business Center continues to receive funding and support through the Lancaster County Library
System; which received most of it's operating budget from a grant from the Board of Commissioners of
Lancaster County. The Duke Street Business Center is a separate glass faced room of approximately 450
square feet adjacent to the reference desk at the Lancaster County Library. The Duke Street Business
Center mandate is to provide information resources, free of charge, to serve the following: start-up
business; growing businesses; not-for-profit and community organizations; job seekers; students; (and)
investors. The Duke Street Business Center offers free unlimited wireless internet and resource
databases on three (3) desktops and two (2) laptop computers.

The Library System of Lancaster County in partnership with the Lancaster County Board of
Commissioners develops Biz Info to grow or B.I.G.. B.I.G. is a service to help grow business locally by
providing them with critical information needed to become and remain competitive.

Diane Pawling serves as the Business Reference Librarian at the Duke Street Business Center. Bill
Hudson serves as the Deputy Administrator Information Technology Manager for the Library System of
Lancaster County and is responsible for administering the (computer) network and server that runs the
computers at the Duke Street Business Center.

The High Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded by Lancaster County Convention
Center Partner Dale High and High Industries.

The Lancaster County Library is a member of the Lancaster County Library System.

Advanced Media Group is a Pennsylvania registered fictitious name with a home/office located in
Lancaster, Pennsylvania with it's place of business located in the City of Lancaster and is owned and
operated by Stan J. Caterbone. Advanced Media Group, Ltd., is a Pennsylvania registered corporation
with 99% of the stock owned by Stan J. Caterbone. The remaining interests are owned by recording
artist Sheryl Crow; actress Jenifer Aniston; and local residents Pamela Sue Pflumm and Mary Lynn Hobday
DiPaolo. Advanced Media Group was formed in 1990 during a joint venture with High Industries and
American Helix (Technology Corporation). Advanced Media Group was formed to provide products and
services and develop information technologies. Advanced Media Group provides products and services to
U.S. government agencies; Fortune 500 companies; universities and education institutions; as well as non
profit organizations. Advanced Media Group has sold to customers and clients in both the domestic
United States as well as countries worldwide. Advanced Media Group maintains and administers the

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website www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com and two (2) blogsites:
www.advancedmediagroup.wordpress.com and www.advancedmediagroupresearch.wordpress.com.
Today Advanced Media Group conducts business in information technologies as well as management
consulting; entertainment; research; and not-for-profit and community service endeavors. Stan J.
Caterbone also conducts services for Tom's Project Hope Foundation, which provides education and
awarness for mental illness and suicide prevention. Tom's Project Hope was founded after the untimely
death of Thomas P. Caterbone in 1996.

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THE COMPLAINT

Begining in 2005 Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group had been utilizing the
Lancaster County Library and the Duke Street Business Center, especially the wireless and LAN internet
public access computers. In 2005 Stan J. Caterbone filed a civil complaint in the U.S. District Court for
the Estern District of Pennsylvania agains Fulton Bank; Mellon (Commonwealth) Bank; the Lancaster
County Prison; the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office; Manheim Township Police Department; Stone Harbor
Police Department; Avalon Police Department; and the Southern Regional Police Department. The case
no. 05-2288 is still ongoing. Several other complaints have since been filed in the same federal court.
Defendants also include the City of Lancaster and the County of Lancaster District Attorney's (Office).
Several other complaints have been filed in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. Stan J.
Caterbone appears as pro se in all civil matters.

Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group is alleging that the defendants have interfered
with business relations and contracts and exerted undo influence at the Duke Street Business Center
through a means of intimidation and harassment thereby creating an environment for other malicious
patrons to harass; intimidate; hack (computer) and intrude into sensitive and private electronic business
and legal files; delete and manipulate sensitive legal and business files; and also report false statements
to authorities resulting in libel and slander.

Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group also allege obstruction of justice and due process
over the same time period.

The above acts resulted in interrupted and sabotaged business activities and projects; several
federal and state civil complaints; federal and state private criminal complaints; as well as emotional
duress.

Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group seek damages in excess of $100,000 plus punitive
damages, as well as treble damages for anti-trust violations. Both seek a trial by jury.

Date: December 3, 2008 ___________________________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
717-669-2163
amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

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stancaterbone@gmail.com
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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
CIVIL ACTION – LAW

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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP :
STAN J. CATERBONE : Case No. CI-08-13373

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DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, et. al., :

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/S/ Stanley J. Caterbone,
Date: January 29, 2017 Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
(717) 598-2200

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered, defamed, and publicly
discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within
International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and
a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of
law enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our
communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and our business. We
continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some communications are a means of protecting our rights to
continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be
removed from our Contact List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me andContinue to Cover-Up
my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

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ACTIVE COURT CASES

·J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals- COMPLAINT OF
JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL FEDERAL LITIGATION TO
DATE
·U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert
·U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
·U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-4014 CATERBONE v. United States, et.al.; Case No. 16-cv-49;
15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
·U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
·Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board – Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against Lancaster County Court
of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
·Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
·Superior Court of PennsylvaniaSummary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case
No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary Injunction Case of 2016
·Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
·U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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COMPLAINT – CIVIL ACTION
42 U.S. Code § 1983 - Civil action for deprivation of rights.

The complaint will be filed under 42 U.S. Code § 1983 - Civil action for deprivation of rights. In
summary the statute reads: Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation,
custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be
subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the
deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable
to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except

that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s

judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was
violated or declaratory relief was unavailable.

For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of
Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.

DATED: January 29, 2017

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Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
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Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
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Stan J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group Biography

Present - Advanced Media Group, President, Owner, and Founder.

In 1987 CATERBONE became a federal whistleblower for the case of local defense contractor
International Signal and Control, or ISC. ISC was a black ops program for the NSA and CIA that was
convicted in 1992 for an elaborate scheme to arm Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries with a broad
array of weapons, most notably cluster bombs. It was the third larges fraud in U.S. History at that
time. CATERBONE had been a victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and
direct energy weapons since 2005. CATERBONE had also been telepathic since 2005. In 2005 the
U.S. Sponsored Mind Control turned into an all-out assault of mental telepathy; synthetic telepathy;
hacking of all electronic devices; vandilism and thefts of personal property, extortions, intellectual
property violations, obstruction of justice; violations of due process; thefts and modifications of court
documents; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy devices and weapons that usually
fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted victim. This assault was no coincidence in
that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v.
Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This assault began after the handlers remotely
trained/sychronized Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy. The main difference opposed to most
other victims of this technology is that CATERBONE is connected 24/7 with the same person who
declares telepathically she is a known celebrity. Over the course of 10 years CATERBONE had been
telepathic with at least 20 known persons and have spent 10 years trying to validate and confirm their
identities without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the Federal Bureau
of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment and act on the numerous formal
complaints that are filed in their respective offices. Most complaints are focused on the routine
victimization's of a targeted individual including but not limited to stalking, harassment, threats,
vandalism, thefts, extortion, burglaries, false imprisonments, fabricated mental health warrants or
involuntary commitments, pain and torture to the body, and most often the cause of obstruction of
justice is the computer hacking.

CATERBONE had a very sophisticated and authentic library of evidence of the use of U.S. Sponsored
Mind Control technologies on my father and brother that dates back to the 1940's while my father was
in the U.S. Navy after he graduated with honors from Air Gunners School in Florida, including an
affidavit motorized and authenticated by my father in 1996. My brother served in the U.S. Air force and
was victim to LSD experiments of the infamous MKULTRA program in the late 1960's.

In 2016 CATERBONE was the AMICUS for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane in the
Pennsylvania Superior Court Case No. 1164 EDA 2016 in the COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA v.
Kane which included perjury charges during the alleged leaking of grand jury information. Kathleen
Kane took on the “Good Old Boy” network regarding judicial reform in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania in an effort to rid the state of the long standing public corruption ring that was evident
from local law enforcement to Supreme Court Justices, and everyone in between.

In 2015 CATERBONE filed an amicus curie on behalf of Lisa Michelle Lambert who was convicted in
1992 of the murder of Laurie Show, both of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. CATERBONE currently am in
litigation in the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals and in February of 2016 Lisa Michelle Lambert
published her book titled “Corruption in Lancaster County – My Story”, which is available in bookstores
and on Amazon.com. CATERBONE is in frequent contact with her co-author, Dave Brown of
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

In 2009 CATERBONE Proposed an ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS
HARASSMENT BILL to Pennsylvania House of Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and
City of Lancaster Mayor Richard Gray in 2009. The draft legislation is the work of Missouri House of
Representative Jim Guest, who has been working on helping victims of these horrendous crimes for
years. The bill will provide protections to individuals who are being harassed, stalked, harmed by

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surveillance, and assaulted; as well as protections to keep individuals from becoming human research
subjects, tortured, and killed by electronic frequency devices, directed energy devices, implants, and
directed energy weapons. CATERBONE again reintroduced the bill to the Pennsylvania General
Assembly in 2015 and frequented the Pennsylvania Capitol trying to find support and a sponsor; which
CATERBONE still do to this day.

In 2006 CATERBONE began his role as an Activist Shareholder for Fulton Financial, which is listed as
"FULT" on the NASDAQ stock exchange. As a founder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., a full
service financial firm, Stan J. Caterbone has drawn upon the success in developing the strategic vision
for his company and the experience gained in directing the legal affairs and public offering efforts in
dealing with Fulton Financial. CATERBONE had been in recent discussions with the Fulton Financial
Board of Directors with regards to various complaints dealing with such issues as the Resource Bank
acquisition and the subprime failures. CATERBONE believes that Fulton Financial needs management
to become more aggressive in it's strategic planning and the performance it expects from it's
management team in order to increase shareholder value. Expanding the footprint of the regional bank
has not yielded an increase to the bottom line that is consistent with the expectations of shareholders.
Lancaster County has seen several local banking institutions acquired by larger regional banks, thus
increasing the competition Fulton Financial will see in it's local marketplace as well as in it's regional
footprint.
In 2005 CATERBONE, as a Pro Se Litigant filed several civil actions as CATERBONE's that are in
current litigation in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United
States Third District Court of Appeals, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania Superior
Court, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, The Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania. These litigations include violations of intellectual property rights, anti-trust violations, and
interference of contracts relating to several business interests. Central to this litigation is the Digital
Movie, Digital Technologies, Financial Management Group, Ltd,/FMG Advisory, Ltd., and it’s affiliated
businesses along with a Federal False Claims Act or Federal Whistleblowers Act regarding the firm of
International Signal and Control, Plc., (ISC) the $1Billion Dollar Fraud and the Export violations of
selling arms to South Africa and Iraq. This litigation dates back to 1987. Stan J. Caterbone was a
shareholder of ISC, and was solicited by ISC executives for professional services. The Federal False
Claims Act is currently part of RICO Civil Complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as docket no. 05-2288.
In 2005 CATERBONE Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common
Pleas of Lancaster County against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn for their attempts to withhold
the Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center & Marriot. We
also proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel Brunswick and Lancaster
Square to all of the major stakeholders. The Lancaster County Convention Center is finally under
construction with a March 2009 Opening date.
In 2005 CATERBONEwas selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City after
submission of an essay with and application. CATERBONE received the invitation from Bruce R.
Lindsey, Chief Executive Officer of the William J. Clinton Foundation.
In 2005 CATERBONE began our philanthropic endeavors by spending our energies and working with
such organizations as; ONE.org, Livestrong.org, WoundedWarriors.org, The Clinton Global Initiative,
Lancaster Convention Center Authority, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Tom’s Project Hope, People to
People International, GlobalWarming.org, Contact Lancaster/24 Hour Suicide Hotline, Schreiber
Pediatric Center, and numerous others.
In 2004 CATERBONE embarked on our past endeavors in the music and entertainment industries with
an emphasis on assisting for the fair and equitable distribution of artists rights and royalties in the fight
against electronic piracy. We have attempted to assist in developing new business models to address
the convergence of physical and electronic mediums; as it displaces royalties and revenues for those
creating, promoting, and delivering a range of entertainment content via wireless networks.
In 2000 to 2002 CATERBONE developed an array of marketing and communication tools for
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the company wholesalers throughout the United States and Costa Rica. We also began a Day Trading
project that lasted until 2004 with success.
In 1999 CATERBONE developed a comprehensive business plan to develop the former Sprecher
Brewery, known as the Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan was
developed in conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan for the Revitalization of
Downtown Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the former Watt & Shand
building.
In 1999 CATERBONE contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of strategies to
counter the effects of the global Y2K threat to the worlds computer technologies. CATERBONE
attended the U.S. Sponsored Y2K symposium and Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Senate
Y2K Subcommittee and Senator William Bennett.
In 1998 CATERBONE had began to administer the charity giving of Tom’s Project Hope, a non-profit
organization promoting education and awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. We had
provided funding for the Mental Health Alliance of Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The 24/7
Suicide Prevention Hotline), The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable organizations and faith
based charities. The video "Numbers Don't Lie" have been distributed to schools, non profit
organizations, faith based initiatives, and municipalities to provide educational support for the
prevention of suicide and to bring awareness to mental illness problems.
In 1996 CATERBONE had done consulting for companies under KAL, Inc., during the time that
CATERBONE was controller of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., CATERBONE was retained by Gallo Rosso
Restaurant and Bar to computerized their accounting and records management from top to bottom.
CATERBONE had also provided consulting for the computerization of accounting and payroll for
Lancaster Container, Inc., of Washington Boro. CATERBONE was retained to evaluate and develop an
action plan to migrate the Informations Technologies of the Jay Group, formally of Ronks, PA, now
relocated to a new $26 Million Dollar headquarters located in West Hempfield Township of Lancaster
County. The Jay Group had been using IBM mainframe technologies hosted by the AS 400 computer
and server. CATERBONE was consulting on the merits of migrating to a PC based real time networking
system throughout the entire organization. Currently the Jay Group employees some 500 employees
with revenues in excess of $50 Million Dollars per year.
In 1993 CATERBONE was retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for
saving the company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid contracts, the
company was facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We were
responsible for implementing computerized accounting, accounting and contract policies and
procedures, human resource policies and procedures, marketing strategies, performance measurement
reporting, and negotiate for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially
problematic, since it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public contracts. The Bank of
Lancaster County demanded a complete accounting of the operations in order to stave off a default on
the notes and loans it was holding. We essentially revamped the entire operation. Within 3 years, the
company realized an increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its previous years, and record revenues.
In 1991 CATERBONE was elected to People to People International and the Citizen Ambassador
Program, which was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program was founded to
“To give specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to work together and effectively
communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-face scientific, technical,
and professional exchanges throughout the world. In 1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State
Department established a non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were scheduled
to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and publishing technologies with
scientists and technicians around the world.
In 1990 CATERBONE had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the government’s
technology think tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). CATERBONE co-
authored the article “Escaping the Unix Tar Pit” with a scientist from NIST that was published in the
magazine “DISC”, then one of the leading publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call
centers deploy that technology whenever you call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in
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In 1989 CATERBONE had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S.
domestic companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business with
commercial companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign companies.
CATERBONE performed services and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National
Institution of Standards & Technology (NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency (DARPA), and the Defense Mapping Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM,
Microsoft, AMP, Commodore Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others.
CATERBONE also was working with R.R, Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various
interactive mapping technologies, which is now a major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the premier
provider of mapping software and applications for the internet and is often used in delivering maps and
directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had arranged for High Industries to sell American Helix, the
manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly. We had brokered a deal and the executives from
Donnelly’s Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster to discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the
manufacturing facility located in the Greenfield Industrial Park.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York Tony Bongiovi retained CATERBONE as executive
producer of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be delivered in a digital
format; the first of it’s kind. We had originated the marketing for the technology, and created the
concept for the Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would follow the copyright and
marketing formula of the DOLBY technology trademark.
CATERBONE had also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the recording industry
featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead
patent law firm that We had retained for the project. Power Station Studios was the brainchild of Tony
Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station
Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible for developing
Bon Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi
Lauper, Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones, Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power
Station Studios had produced the original Sound Track for the original “Star Wars” motion picture. It
was released for distribution and was the number one Sound Track recording of its time.
Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and researching different aerospace technologies. *
CATERBONE had developed and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in
delivering the Digital Movie and it’s related technologies to the marketplace. The venture was to include
the commercialization of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for the recording industry
simultaneously with the release of the Digital Movie.
CATERBONE also created the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo
for the technology, similar to the DOLBY sound system’s trademark. The acronym’s stand for the Power
Station Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering digital movies on a portable
medium, a compact disc.

In 1987 CATERBONE had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was
funded by a major banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance projects from $3 to
$100 million dollars. Our terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received solicitations
from developers across the country. We were also very attractive to companies that wanted to raise
capital that include both debt and equity. Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding
through private placements, and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We were retained by
Gamillion Studios of Hollywood, California to secure financing of their postproduction Film Studio that
was looking to relocate to North Carolina. We had secured refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and
the Olde Hickory and were in the midst of replacing the current loan that was with Commonwealth
National Bank. We had meetings and discussions with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a
portion of his debt portfolio. We were quickly seeking commitments for real estate deals from New York
to California. We also had a number of other prominent local developers seeking our competitive
funding, including Owen Kugal, High Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of The Fisher Group
(owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We were constantly told that our financing packages were more
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In 1986 CATERBONE had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services
organization comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had developed a
stock purchase program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new firm.
FMG had financial planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability insurance
services, tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our corporate headquarters in Lancaster.
In one year, we had 24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and several
satellite offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our advisors
were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the fees from the other
professionals. CATERBONE had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and were valued at about $3 to
$4 million.
In 1985 CATERBONE developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp for
the Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams scouting
departments. (See Washington Post ¾ page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were dependant
on the team scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a strategy of
video taping the camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all of the scouting
departments for teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at that camp by the
Ottawa Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver while J.C. Watts was one of the
leagues most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played 2 years with the Miami Dolphins while
Dan Marino was starting quarterback. We were a Certified Agent for the National Football League
Players Association. Gene Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some helpful hints for my
camp, while we were at a Conference for agents of the NFL. The Washington Post wrote a full-page
article about our camp and associated it with other camps that were questionable about their practices.
Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended many other camps around the
country that were not very well organized and attracted few if any scouts. We had about 60
participants, with one player coming from as far away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster
Catholic, with a professional production company filming the entire camp, while CATERBONE did the
editing and produced the video. The well respected and widely acclaimed professional football scout, Gil
Brandt, of the Dallas Cowboys, had given me support for my camp during some conversations We had
with him and said he looked forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits.
In 1985 CATERBONE was elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the
International Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by increasing membership
3to 4 times. We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally syndicated Financial
Planner, Ms. Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major fundraiser. More than 150
professionals attended the dinner event that was held at the Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms.
Armstrong discussed financial planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order
to be most effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of professionals including; brokers,
lawyers, accountants, realtors, tax specialists, estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors.
Today, it has become evident that financial planning was the way of the future. In 1986 executives
approached us from Blue Ball National Bank to help them develop a Financial Planning department
within their bank.
In 1984 CATERBONE had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill, former President of
Citi Group (the largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several associates asked to help
advise on the future of Financial Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the investment
industry at large. Mr. Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American Express and IDS
(Investors Diversified Services). We were at that time a national leader in the company in delivering Fee
Based Financial Planning Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and
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Case law involving the following will be cited:
1. Federal Sovereign Immunity
2. The Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine
3. U.S. Intellectual Property Law
4. RICO - Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act
5. United States Bill of Rights
6. American Disabilities Act, or ADA
7. Pennsylavnia Mental Health Procedures Act
8. 18 U.S. Code § 249 - Hate crime acts
9. COINTELPRO - Case Law The Assassination of Fred Hampton, by Flint Taylor
Attorney, 7th Circuit Decision, December 5, 2016
10.The Legal Prohibition Against Torture - The prohibition against torture is firmly
embedded in customary international law, international treaties signed by the United States,
and in U.S. law. As the U.S. Department of State has noted, the "United States has long
been a vigorous supporter of the international fight against torture…Every unit of
government at every level within the United States is committed, by law as well as by policy,
to the protection of the individual's life, liberty and physical integrity" [U.S. Department of
State, "Initial Report of the United States of America to the UN Committee Against Torture."
Oct 15, 1999. (15 Nov. 2001)]. That commitment should not be abandoned. Indeed, it must
be deepened as the world watches how the U.S. responds to the challenges before it. If the
U.S. were to condone torture by government officials or foreign governments in its fight
against terrorism, it would betray its own principles, laws, and international treaty
obligations. It would irreparably weaken its standing to oppose torture elsewhere in the
world. And it would provide a handy excuse to other governments to use torture to pursue
their own national security objectives (The Legal Prohibition Against Torture
https://www.hrw.org/news/2003/03/11/legal-prohibition-against-torture ).

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SUMMARY OF COMPLAINT

On May 11, 2016 the article “Court rejects man's claim that Lancaster County's residents
are torturing him with mind control”By Matt Miller of Pennlive.com, reported the following:

“Rest easy, residents of Lancaster County. The state Superior Court says Stanley
Caterbone can't sue you for stalking him and messing with his mind (They did not dispute
the allegation). A panel of that court deep-sixed Carterbone's case in an opinion Judge Paula
Francisco Ott issued Tuesday. Quite frankly, Ott wrote, Caterbone gave the state judges no firm
explanation of what he was claiming or what sort of remedy he was after. Her court's ruling upholds an
August 2015 decision by county Judge Jeffery D. Wright to dismiss Caterbone's lawsuit as frivolous.
According to Ott, Caterbone, acting as his own lawyer, filed the case in county court against the
"residents of the county of Lancaster, Pennsylvania," seeking an order to halt abuse he claims he was
suffering at their hands. The Lancaster man accused countians of participating in "organized stalking
and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being committed against him," Ott noted. Also, she
wrote, Caterbone asked the county judge to enlist the local news media in a campaign to inform
countians (Lancaster) to stop mistreating him.”

Since that article the "organized stalking and/or electronic and mind manipulation torture being
committed against him (Stan J. Caterbone)," has escalated in a fevered pitch that can only elicit one
outcome if left without countermeasures – murder, suicide, and or a prolonged deep psychosis.

After the collection of authentic transcripts from other Targeted Individuals, including NSA
Whistleblower Karen Stewart, U.S. Army Intelligence Officer Julianne McKinney, and expert, advocate,
and world renowned lecturer Dr. Nick Begich, Stan J. Caterbone is now prepared to file the complaint.
In 2009 President Barach Obama, Robert Gates (former Secretary of Defense and former Director of
the CIA and the National Security Agency or NSA), and countless others, were all named in a similar
complaint in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, case no. CI-08-13373, CATERBONE v. the
Duke Street Business Center, et. al., That case is still listed as OPEN in the Lancaster County
Prothonotary Office.

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HISTORY AND BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION

The following is from the Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group Executive Summary
of 2009 -

[“Ya know what, I am beginning to analyze this War on Terror and am having difficulty
understanding it all. To me the most effective fundamental fight against Extreme Terrorism is to reduce
the motive; or the Hatred Against America. No one seems to talk about that subject. How do we reduce
that Hatred Towards America and the West?

See, from my perspective, my situation is very disturbing. I mean we have the United States
Torturing Me, a U.S. Citizen for no good or valid reason. I have warned EVERYONE about using my
situation to feed this HATRED towards America.

Low and behold a week or so ago I have had several Muslims sign up as Followers to my
www.scribd.com/amgroup01 online webspace, which I use to post documents. The following being the
most prominent IKWAN Scope, "The Largest Muslim Brotherhood's Scope on the Web":
http://ikhwanscope.net/main/

There have also been several Muslim individuals who signed up as followers around the same
time, a week or so ago. They have also signed up as followers on my www.twitter.com/StanCaterbone
webspace.

You must understand, I am a VERY Patriotic Person and live a very patriotic life - I
believe in the U.S. Constitution and Our Founding Father's vision for America; I support Our
Military and our
T
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oops; I believe in the Rule of Law; I am a Practicing Catholic, and have
be
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HISTORY OF COMPLAINT

In 1987 Stan J. Caterbone went public with allegations of fraud within International Signal and
Control, or ISC as they were commonly referred. After discussions with ISC and United Chem Con
officials (an ISC/James Guerin straw company), and as a shareholder of record since 1983 of ISC, Stan
J. Caterbone had a meeting with an ISC executive on June 23, 1987, which resulted in a 22 year legal
odyssey. The discussions involved a joint venture with his company, Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
or FMG, Ltd., but ended in disclosure of his recent public allegations of fraud. Four years later, ISC
founder and chairman James Guerin, and other officials and companies pleaded guilty to a $1 Billion
Dollar Fraud and export violations including the selling of arms through South Africa to Iraq and
Sadaam Hussein. However, money, power, influence and public corruption had been used to cover-up
the activities and Federal False Claims Act violations of Stan J. Caterbone for the next eighteen years.
There ensued a total blockade of all United States Courts for all redress and remedy available in
accordance with federal, state, and local laws. This included recovery of his business interests;
intellectual property; real estate; personal and business real property; his unblemished and impressive
reputation; and his most valuable asset - the ability to produce income. This might be legally referred
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bad investment or developed a business that did not make a profit over the next 22 years. This
includes two real estate properties that were illegally seized through foreclosure proceedings.

Since 1987 Stan J. Caterbone has been a prisoner and enemy of the state. ISC was a
Department of Defense (DOD) Contractor and a partner with United States Intelligence Agencies since
it's beginings in the early 1970's. One of it's first contracts was Project X with the National Security
Agency or NSA of Ft. Meade, Maryland.

In summary, the following are facts and part of the public record regarding INTERNATIONAL
SIGNAL & CONTROL OR ISC:
 Once the third (3rd) largest employer in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with over
5,000 employees.
 James Guerin, founder and CEO was once the largest philanthropist to charitable
organizations in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
 The ISC/Ferranti Scandal was the third (3) largest white-collar fraud within the United States
as of 1992.
 The following are some of the public officials and politicians associated with ISC:
◦ George H.W. Bush, former U.S. President, and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA).
◦ Robert Gates, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and current
Secretary of Defense.
◦ Bobby Ray Inman, former Board of Directors if ISC, former Director of the NSA, and
currently associated and directly involved with Mind Control Research organizations.
◦ Alexander Haig, former U.S. Secretary of State, and ISC lobbyist and Board of Directors?
◦ Joseph McDade, former Pennsylvania House of Representative and Chair of the
Appropriations Committee who was later investigated for the United Chem Con scandal.
◦ Carlos Cardoen/Cardoen Industries, a joint venture partner with ISC and arms merchant
for the cluster bomb who eventually sold to Iraq and other Middle Eastern Countries under
U.S. Sanctions.
◦ ISC was credited with the design of the cluster bomb, and has patents filed in the U.S. Patent
Office.
◦ In 1987 ISC completed the merger with the 3rd largest defense contractor of Great Britain,
Ferranti International; who paid $1 billion dollars for ISC and all of it's subsidiaries.
◦ ABC News/Financial Times aired 3 episodes on ABC Nightline with Ted Koppel regarding
the ISC/CIA defense weapons; technologies; and cluster bombs to Iraq story and lead into
the allegations that then nominee for the Director of CIA Robert Gates was involved with ISC
and the selling of arms to Iraq.
◦ ABC News 20/20 aired a story on the ISC/CIA efforts to sell cluster bombs to Saadam
Hussein and Iraq on February 1, 1991 days after the start of the Persian Gulf War I, with the
initial bombing raid destroying a cluster bomb factory built in Iraq by Carlos Cardoen.
◦ On July 1st and 2nd of 1987 Stan J. Caterbone solicited the legal counsel of Lancaster
Attorney Joseph Roda for counsel regarding, FMG, Ltd., International Signal & Control (ISC);
Commonwealth Bank, etc., and was billed for his services. Joseph Roda did absolutely
nothing but refute Stan J. Caterbone's claims and would not believe him.
◦ In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas), Lancaster
Attorney Joseph Roda represented William Clark, ISC's in-house legal counsel, and never
mentioned any conflict to Stan J. Caterbone in 1987.
◦ In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas), James Guerin
deposited $1.75 million dollars into an escrow account at Fulton Bank, Lancaster, County.
◦ In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas), Christopher
Underhill of Harman, Underhill & Brubaker, represented James Guerin. In 2005 Christopher
Underhill represented the Manheim Township Police Department (05-cv-2288 U.S. District

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Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania) CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et.
al.,.
◦ In Clark v. Guerin (CI-1990-0074 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas), Philadelphia
Attorney Joseph Tate represented James Guerin and ISC, and in 2007 Joseph Tate
represented Scooter Libby during his federal prosecution by U.S. Special Prosecutor
Fitzpatrick.

In 2015 Stan J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group had to again return to local, state,
and federal courts. Again the obstruction of due process, the local gang stalking, torture, trespass,
thefts, and the like began in earnest. From the fabricated Petition for Involuntary Psychiatric
Commitment of April 2010 by Detective Clark Bearinger, until January of 2015, Stan J. Caterbone and
Advanced Media Group had been in seclusion and in a state of rehabilitation and rest due to the forced
medication by Fairmount Behavioral Hospital and Dr. Silvia Gratz. The psychotropic drugs reduce your
motor skills and put you in an extreme state of confusion. By the end of the summer of 2010 every
social media site, including the www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com website was taken off-line due
to the intimidation and coercion by Detective Clark Bearinger.

In May Stan J. Caterbone had again endured the “Attacks” and “Torture” from the employees of
the Lancaster County Courthouse, and the Lancaster County Government Building. Then soon after the
Residents of Lancaster County engaged in a massive Organized Stalking Campaign. In addition an
extreme Computer Hacking Campaign was initiated and executed in an effort to again SILENCE Stan
J. Caterbone and Advanced Media Group. And Again, the Lancaster City Police Department took the
lead role. As usual Stan J. Caterbone summoned state and federal authorities for help and assistance,
including direct communications with the White House, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the
Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office and Kathleen Kane, The Pennsylvania State Police, the
Pennsylvania General Assembly, several U.S. Congressmen, and of course the Lancaster County District
Attorney's Office. Since August 1, 2015 the Geek Squad had performed diagnostics and repairs six (6)
times due to computer hacking. On at least 2 occasions the entire hard drive had to be wiped clean
and restored.

On June 23, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone was named MOVANT in the 2014 Habeus Corpus
Petition by Lisa Michelle Lambert, Case No. 14:02559 in the U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania after filing an Amicus on the case. Judge Paul Diamond was
presiding since it's filing in 2014. However, the Petition was not able to be granted and the
case was stalled on jurisdictional law based on new and compelling evidence, or lack there
of. The Amicus was filed to cure that deficiency with direct witness corroboration to the
Prosecutorial Misconduct and Innocence of Lisa Michelle Lambert. In fact a working theory
was filed that suggested that the East Lampeter Police Department engaged in a strategy of
“Entrapment” that lead to the unfortunate murder in 1991. This, would of course, allow a
wrongful death claim to be filed by the Show family. The case is now before the Third Circuit
Court of Appeals, Case No. 15-3400. There are three (3) questions that the Third Circuit may
rule on; whether to free Lisa Michelle Lambert, or grant her her Habeus Corpus, and whether
to grant Summary Judgment to Stan J. Caterbone in all civil actions in both state and federal
courts.

Two weeks later, on July 9, 2015, Detective Clark Bearinger filed another fabricated Petition for
Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment. And again Stan J. Caterbone endured 7 days in the Fairmount
Behavioral Hospital in Philadelphia. However, this time there was no MANDATORY Treatment
Program Ordered by the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. So Stan J. Caterbone continued
filing in the courts for assistance and resolution. In August, in a desperate attempt to stop the local
torture campaign, another Emergency Injunction was filed in the Lancaster County Court of Common
Pleas. On August 6, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone went so far as to undertake a Professional Polygraph Test
administered by Bonnie Lee of Polygraph Solutions of West Chester, Pennsylvania. The test ended up
being 4 grueling hours of torture and a scam of $600.00.

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On July 9th , 2015 a Private Criminal Complaint was filed against Detective Clark Bearinger,
Officer Williams, Officer Binderup, and 2 unidentified patrolman. The Complaint contained allegations of
torture and abuse at every moment of contact. The Lancaster City Police Department were so
desperate for retaliation from the Amicus filing in the Lisa Michelle Lambert case, that they actually
broke the door in of 1250 Fremont Street in order to execute the fabricated 302 petition. The
Complaint was denied by the Lancaster County District Attorney on August 8 th . The Complaint is now
under a Petition for Review by the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas.

On August 17, 2015 another Emergency Injunction for Relief was filed in the Lancaster County
Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 15-06985. The Injunction was heard by Judge Jeffrey Wright, who
dismissed it as frivolous. An appeal, MD 1561, is pending in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

In addition, by September 26, 2015 Stan J. Caterbone had been granted Electronic Filing
Privileges in the local, state, and federal courts. This should alleviate the fraud and abuses of the U.S.
Postal Service and the computer hackers.

In 2015 Stan J. Caterbone identifies a trend that suggests that the Lancaster County
community-at-large was subject to either community targeting or community hypnosis. The community
targeting theory is supported by experts Jullianne McKinney, Cheryl Welsh, and Dr. John Hall. The
community hypnosis theory is supported by direct personal relationships with the Amazing Kreskin,
Samuel P. Caterbone and Stan J. Caterbone.

In September of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone begins to digitize a library of approximately 45 audio
cassette tapes from his father, Samuel P. Caterbone. The tapes range in date from 1971 to 1996. The
tapes prove an identical targeting campaign against both Samuel P. Caterbone and Stan J. Caterbone.
In addition the tapes confirm that Steven P. Caterbone, brother of Stan J. Caterbone, was most likely a
target dating back to the early 1960's. In addition, the death of Samuel P. Caterbone on July 20, 2001
was confirmed to be that of murder, not natural causes.

In the early 1990's Dr. Phillip Caterbone, brother, had been solicited by the National Institute of
Health, or NIH in Washington, D.C., for a fellowship to research and catalog a study to find a genetic
marker for depression in CATERBONE family. Phil interviewed all living descendants and relatives of
my father, Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., and took blood samples. I am alleging that this was a deliberate
act to continue the cover story of mental illness to distract and provide plausible deniability for any
linkage to U.S. Sponsored Mind Control.

THE MANIFEST OF A COVER-UP

Not only did the allegations of fraud within ISC have to be silenced at a time when merger
negotiations were ongoing with Ferranti, but all of the fraud; extortion; public corruption; burglaries;
civil rights violations; anti-trust and intellectual property right violations; lender liability torts; false
arrests; false imprisonments; as well as other civil and criminal activities had to be covered up and
buried in bureaucratic red tape. Information and findings are still being uncovered and discovered to
this day. Contrary to popular belief, up until 1996 a grand jury investigation into ISC was still ongoing.
It is not known whether it has closed or not. All of these activates constitute a RICO crime due to the
pattern and organization of the perpetrators. The pattern and source of the activities can be traced
back to 1987, with subgroups changing over time, but still engaging in the same practices. The
following plan of action was followed in order to perpetrate the cover-up:

 Totally discredit Stanley J. Caterbone and any and all allegations in every way possible
 Fabricate a history of mental illness
 Fabricate a criminal record
 Attach his character and honesty with rumors and propaganda
 Extort and maintain his net worth to $ zero or load him with debts
 Keep him out of any profession and or occupation when and where possible

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 Totally isolate him and disenfranchise him from his friends, colleagues, and family
 Somehow persuade the community of Lancaster County to buy into this plan
 Use bribery with sex, drugs, influence, career promotion, favors, etc.,
 Always prohibit attorneys and anyone remotely involved with the legal community.
 When attempts to enter the U.S. legal system arise, isolate, harass, and extort
 any monies and/or possessions of value
 Change the history of events and the truth

THE COURTS AND THE UNITED STATES LEGAL SYSTEM

For 18 years, (from 1987 until 2005) it has always been fairly easy to keep these issues from
court dockets and judges. During these years Stan J. Caterbone had solicited at least twenty attorneys,
some from large firms with national recognition in their respective fields of specialties. Attorneys from
New York City to Santa Barbara and San Diego California were visited and consulted as well as a group
of ex FBI agents who specialized in white collar crime that are now globally recognized. However, the
money and influence of persons and entities that wanted these issues silence always prevailed. The
issues were so complex and convoluted, and involved such high profile politicians and U.S. agencies, it
was far easier to state that there was no case, or their were no claims that would result in remedy or
redress. Between the Republican Party and the Department of Defense, the CIA and the NSA, there
was not an attorney that could not be influenced. The obstruction of justice and due process in this
case is most likely unprecedented in nature and in malice.

However in 2005 that all changed when Stan J. Caterbone appeared as a pro se litigant
representing himself, without any counsel, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania in CATERBONE v. The Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or case no. 05-cv-2288. This case
is still not settled and has been withdrawn by CATERBONE Stan J. Caterbone in October of
2008 after a successful ruling in the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals (07-4474) in
September of 2008. The case will be continued upon the security of evidence and the cease
and desist of obstruction of justice and due process. On May 16, 2005 at the Federal Courthouse
in Philadelphia, Stan J. Caterbone filed the case under seal. One week later in the United States
Bankruptcy Court for Eastern Pennsylvania in Reading, Pennsylvania, again appearing as pro se, Stan J.
Caterbone filed a petition for protection under the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code, in case no. 05-23059.

These acts of entering the United States legal system with these issues triggered yet another
round of attempts to keep these cases from the courts and judges - Organized Stalking with Directed
Energy Devices and Weapons, built on a foundation of mental telepathy or total Mind Control.

REMOTE VIEWING; ORGANIZED STALKING; DIRECTED ENERGY DEVICES AND WEAPONS.

Organized stalking and harassment began in 1987 following the public allegations of fraud within
ISC. This organized stalking and harassment was enough to drive an ordinary person to suicide. As far
back as the late 1980's Stan J. Caterbone knew that his mind was being read, or "remotely viewed".
This was verified and confirmed when information only known to him, and never written, spoken, or
typed, was repeated by others. In 1998, while soliciting the counsel of Philadelphia attorney Christina
Rainville, (Rainville represented Lisa Michelle Lambert in the Laurie Show murder case), someone
introduced the term remote viewing through an email. That was the last time it was an issue until
2005. The term was researched, but that was the extent of the topic. Remote Viewers may have
attempted to connect in a more direct and continuous way without success.

In 2005 the U.S. sponsored mind control turned into an all-out assault of mental telepathy;
synthetic telepathy; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy devices and weapons that
usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted victim. This assault was no
coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal action in U.S. District Court, or
CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This assault began after the handlers
remotely trained Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy. The main difference opposed to most other

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victims of this technology is that Stan J. Caterbone is connected 24/7 with a person who declares that
she is Interscope recording artist Sheryl Crow of Kennett Missouri. Stan J. Caterbone has spent 3 years
trying to validate and confirm this person without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to
cooperate, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment.
See attached documents for more information.

In 2006 or the beginning of 2007 Stan J. Caterbone began his extensive research into mental
telepathy; mind control technologies; remote viewing; and the CIA mind control program labeled MK
ULTRA and it's subprograms.

FAMILY HISTORY
If you listen to the propaganda machine and the community of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,
including professionals, the family history of Stan J. Caterbone goes something like the following:
 Father, Samuel Caterbone, Jr., Schizophrenic who ran out on his family because of nervous
breakdowns while trying to run a small dry cleaning business. He traveled the world looking for
the Blessed Mother Mary and Space Aliens. He ended up living in government subsidized
housing broke and with a severe mental illness.
 Brother, Samuel A. Caterbone, suffered from the very same illness has his father,
Schizophrenia, who finally killed himself trying to live in California.
 Brother, Thomas W. Caterbone, suffered from the very same mental illness as his brother,
Stan J., Bipolar Mood Disorder, who ran a lawn business and finally committed suicide at an early
age.
 Stan J. Caterbone, suffered from Bipolar Mood Disorder, or Manic Depression and had a
nervous breakdown in 1987 trying to compete in the financial services industry. When he has
his nervous breakdowns, he always threatens to sue everyone in court and is deeply paranoid in
thinking the whole world is against him. He always spends all of his money during his fits of
mania and has delusions about his success as a businessman.

The Family History was formulated back in the 1960's when Samuel Caterbone, Jr., father of
Stan J. Caterbone, became engaged in a black budget mind control program that began during his
service in the United States Navy as a radioman and air gunner. Samuel Caterbone, Jr., was most
likely a direct product of MK ULTRA or one of it's subprograms. His brother, Samuel A. Caterbone, was
most likely part of the LSD experiments of MK ULTRA. Stan J. Caterbone is most likely part of a
program sponsored by the Department of Defense Agencies, such as DARPA or the Defense Intelligence
Agency (DIA). The facts of Stan J. Caterbone's intimate discussions with both his father and brother
over the years before they died, the totality of documents that were preserved in their estate, including
service records; letters; official court papers; high school documents; and the like - all will prove that
they were in fact part of MK ULTRA or one of it's subprograms. The following are the facts and the real
record of the family history:

 Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., (Father) served in the Navy from 1943 to 1946 and graduated with
honors from Air Gunners School in Jacksonville, Florida. He was an exceptional student/athlete
while attending Lancaster Catholic High School, participating in the band as well as sports. He
was also his senior class secretary/treasurer. After the Navy, he went on to build a successful
dry cleaning business, which he is credited with inventing a filtration system for the solvents. He
also developed a very good investment in real estate along the Manheim Pike, owning several
properties. By his own writings and from his personal accounts to me, he was definitely a
remote viewer or data miner for some U.S. Agency with telepathic abilities. His viewing is
documented to have begun back in the early 1970's. He also suffered from organized stalking,
and was considered an enemy and prisoner of the state. Back in the 1960's, he was a world
traveler, this is documented by his passports. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., may have been a covert
carrier for someone in intelligence. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., had his mental health history laced
with electro shock therapy. Electro Shock Therapy Experiments is another subprogram of MK
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Department and the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. In 1973 Samuel P. Caterbone,
Jr. was convicted of forging a 2 checks from CATERBONE Cleaners, Inc., checking account.
The one check to Joe the Motorists Store at the Manor Shopping Center was never entered into
evidence, it was for a total of $70.00. The other check was made out to Lancaster Attorney
James Coho for $200.00 with "divorce proceedings" written in the memo. This was his only
criminal record. Samuel P. Caterbone, Jr., was sentenced to one year probation by President
Judge William Johnstone. However, on August 29, 1973 after nine months, Judge Johnstone
wrote an ORDER releasing him from probation and ordering him to "leave the vicinity of the
County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania". The President Judge of Lancaster County Court of Common
Pleas literally threw my father out of Lancaster County for forging 2 checks from his own
corporation.
 In 1987 CATERBONE was arrested for stealing my own files from my own company, Financial
Management Group, Ltd., You can research the life of Candy Jones and Kate O'Brien to learn
more on this topic. Samuel Caterbone, Jr., has left enough writings and documentation to know
that his life fits the model for targeted individuals, complete with economic ruin, isolation,
disenfranchised from family and friends, and of course a fabricated mental illness history. You
can view most of his record online. On or about May 18, 2001 Samuel P. Caterbone Jr., finally
received an inheritance from his mother's (Mary Caterbone) estate. The check was for some
$70,000.00. The estate was probated in November of 2000. Some two weeks later, on
Memorial Day Weekend of 2001, he had called me to come to New York City to help care for
him. He was in perfect health until this time. In a matter of six (6) weeks he had succumbed to
lung cancer. As per Julianne McKinney, former intelligence officer for the U.S. Army and victim
activist of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control, the weapons are lethal enough to kill and “the one thing
that I worry about is that of dying of cancer” (paraphrase). There is no doubt now that my
father's death was a murder, not natural.
 Samuel A. Caterbone, (Brother) served in the United States Air Force in 1968 to 1970. In
1991, Stan J. Caterbone accused the United States Government of using his brother, Samuel A.
Caterbone for part of the LSD experiments on mind control, or MK ULTRA. A notarized letter of
October 23, 1991 was sent certified mail to the California Attorney General on the subject
matter, with a return letter from the California Attorney General on January 14, 1992. By his
own admission before his death, Samuel A. Caterbone disclosed to Stan J. Caterbone of the "bad
LSD" trips while in the Air Force. Since his death of December 25, 1984, Stan J. Caterbone and
others questioned the classification of suicide, and made allegations of foul play that was
ultimately responsible for his death. Finally in a meeting in Santa Barbara, California with the
Santa Barbara Public Guardian's Office, an office admitted that the death was more likely due to
foul plan than suicide. Samuel A. Caterbone was also an exceptional student and athlete while
attending Lancaster Catholic High School. After playing varsity football as a sophomore, he had
an unfortunate accident while deer hunting the following November. While in the woods in
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, his hunting pants caught fire trying to stay warm. It left him in the
Lancaster General Hospital for months, going through painful skin grafts and isolation. The
hunting accident interrupted his athletic career and scared his legs for life. The Schizophrenia
diagnosis was a combination of LSD flashbacks and organized stalking and harassment.
 Thomas P. Caterbone, (Brother) had an unfortunate transaction at Fulton Bank that set a
course of action that resulted in a suicide. Although diagnosed with Bipolar Disease and Manic
Depression -- embezzled and extorted monies were most likely the reason for his suicide in
1996. Fulton Bank was involved in a fraud that took $72,000 from a real estate settlement
closing and lead to his total financial ruin and collapse in June of 1995. The funds were never
recovered and Fulton Bank is a defendant for a wrongful death claim in the United States District
Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al.,
05-cv-2288. FULTON BANK triggered a severe and lethal death blow to Thomas P. Caterbone,
and as of this day has refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing or remorse. Thomas P.
Caterbone was also an exceptional athlete. Playing for Lancaster Catholic High School, Franklin
and Marshall College, the Harrisburg Patriots, and even the Philadelphia Eagles. Tom also
coached football at J.P. McCaskey and Franklin and Marshall College. Thomas P. Caterbone had a
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Financial Services and selling residential mortgages. John DePatto was the former head of
Parent Bank, owned by James Guerin and ISC. Parent Bank, owned by ISC also foreclosed on
2323 New Danville Pike, Conestoga, Pennsylvania in 1988, which was owned by Stan J.
Caterbone. Thousands of dollars of equity was extorted in the process, despite still being short
sold for a profit to Mr. Keith Kirchner, an executive of Lancaster Newspapers and former graduate
of Lancaster Catholic High School.
 Stan J. Caterbone is a remote viewer (at least one way in), is telepathic, and a federal
whistleblower with an exceptional entrepreneurial record in spite of all of his adversaries and
their assaults. In spite of the U.S. Sponsored mind control and torture, he has endured and will
prevail. Legally, Stan J. Caterbone has been able to preserve his claims, and progress his legal
challenges and claims through both the federal and state court system appearing pro se, without
the aid or expense of additional legal counsel. Some of his claims and briefs will most likely be
landmark decisions in years to come. Stan J. Caterbone was a 2-Sport MVP at Lancaster
Catholic High School, in both football and track. Stan J. Caterbone never received less than a B
grade in his four years of high school and had an 87+ average. Stan J. Caterbone excelled in
computer technologies, taking his first full term course in 1975, while in high school and
continuing into college at Millersville University, graduating with a degree in business
administration in 1980. Stan J. Caterbone excelled profoundly at building his companies, first
beginning with Financial Management Group, Ltd., then working with Tony Bongiovi of Power
Station Studios and the "Digital Movie"; then building Advanced Media Group, Ltd.. Over the
years, despite the illegal seizures and foreclosures, Stan J. Caterbone has amassed a portfolio of
impressive real estate deals that have always paid off in profits, no matter how or when they
were sold. The same was true of his businesses. Financial Management Group, Ltd., was a
$20,000 dollar investment in 1986 and was still sold for approximately $100,000 two years later,
despite the false arrests and the extortion of most of it's real value and equity.

The mental health history and the criminal records were completely fabricated, and a close
review and investigation into the actual court records and hospital records can prove that in very short
fashion. There are TWO (2) ways to quickly dispute the Mental Health History and Record:
 One - Review the word "Delusional; delusions; etc.,; every instance of the word used by
mental health professionals, and the false reports by friends and family were associated with
facts, and matters of the official record, the complete opposite of the meaning of the word
"delusional". And they still exist to this very day
 Two - Review the 3 Fabricated Suicide Allegations of the following dates: August 10(?),
1987 at Burdette Tomlin Hospital (Cape May County New Jersey); February 18th(?), 2005 by
Kerry Egan and the Southern Regional Police Department; and July 19, 2009 for the 302
Commitment by the Lancaster City Police Department at Lancaster General Hospital
 The Criminal Record is very similar, since 1987 Stanley J. Caterbone has had 31 false arrests;
formal charges and convictions dismissed prior to court proceedings or won on summary appeals
in the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; most of which Stan J. Caterbone appearing as pro se
(representing himself). These have resulted in civil complaints filed in 2008 in CATERBONE v.
The County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania.

THE PUBLIC RECORD

The Public Record is comprised of court filings and exhibits in U.S. Federal Courts; Pennsylvania
State Courts; and the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. In all some 40,000 pages of
documents are now filed and electronically scanned or microfilmed in prothonotary offices. In addition
in both the U.S. Federal Courts and the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas there are more than
11 hours of audio recordings; some 3,000 scanned images; and several video broadcasts of the ISC
News broadcasts all stored on a CD-ROM and filed as an exhibit to some of the law suits filed by Stan J.
Caterbone and Advanced Media Group, as PRO SE. Stan J. Caterbone has over 150 court docket sheet
numbers in federal, state, and local courts.

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There are also Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation records; Department of Welfare and
Lancaster County Assistance Office records; Local Real Estate Tax records; Lancaster County Tax
Assessment records; Social Security Administration Benefits records; Lancaster Catholic High School
transcripts; Millersville University transcripts; all for Stan J. Caterbone, in addition to his court filings.

For Samuel A. Caterbone, my brother, there are United States Air Force service records;
Lancaster Catholic High School transcripts; Millersville University transcripts; Social Security
Administration records; Santa Barbara County Guardian and Public Defender records; and papers and
documents persevered from his estate.

For Samuel P. Caterbone, my father, there are United States Naval records, Lancaster
Catholic High School transcripts; Social Security Administration records; Lancaster County Assistance
Office records; Local Real Estate Tax records; Lancaster County Tax Assessment records; Samuel
Caterbone Cleaners, Inc., corporate records; Real Estate Deeds and Mortgages; Lancaster County Court
of Common Pleas civil and criminal records; and of course papers and documents persevered from his
estate

** It is important to note that as of this writing, Remote Viewing has recently been
commercialized by corporate America, and certain Fortune 500 companies are using Remote
Viewers as consultants for trend analysis and market forecasts. This is often the evolution of
most technologies born out of the U.S. Department of Defense. Top Secret experiments and
the resulting technological advancements can stay secretive for so long. This has recently
been used in a NBC story of the Television drama "Medium" this last season. On July 9, 2008
I had recorded an AM radio live broadcast on WHAN Coast to Coast with a guest that was one
of the leading Physicist turned Remote Viewer and expert that testified to this same notion.

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Is County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania Ground Zero for Organized Stalking and Covert
Surveillance?

I believe that they try new models for harassment; organized stalking and surveillance on me
here in Lancaster. Remember, Lancaster is now one of the most "Watched Communities" in the country.
"With those cameras, the Safety Coalition will operate and monitor 165 cameras across Lancaster City
— making Lancaster the most watched city of its size in the nation." See article attached, Watching
you: City to add 105 more cameras.

I believe that Lancaster may be ground zero for some of the models of organized stalking and
harassment that we TI's experience and wanted to get some reaction from Lancaster. Some history on
the Lancaster Convention Center. Dale High of High Industries is the lead partner in our new convention
center/hotel. It is first class all the way. Now in the late 1980's I was a joint venture partner with Dale
High in American Helix Technology Company/Advanced Media Group. American Helix was a cd
manufacturer and I and my company Advanced Media Group was the CD-ROM division of American
Helix. I was one of a handful of CD-ROM manufacturers in the domestic United States back then. Also in
2005 I filed a civil action against the lead hotel, the Eden Resort Inn, for trying to block the
development and building of the Hotel/Convention Center, see attached.

Now, some history about Lancaster and the intelligence community.
 Back in the 1980's there were several defense contractors located in Lancaster, the main being
International Signal & Control, which I, of course, blew the whistle on a billion dollar fraud and
arms to Iraq.
 Click here for an overview of ISC.
 Click here to see the Lancaster Newspapers Archives regarding International Signal & Control, or
ISC.
 Click here to view the live video of the WGAL-TV News Broadcast of October 31, 1991 the
evening of the ISC indictments. The U.S. Department of Justice and other U.S. Agencies held a
Press Conference in the Philadelphia Federal Courthouse to announce the indictments and $
Billion Dollar Fraud.
 Click here for Part 2 of the WGAL-TV 8 Broadcast.

Now politically, Lancaster is and has always been predominately Republican. Lancaster is one of
the oldest cities in the country and our courthouse was one of the first in this country. Lancaster has
one of the oldest fraternities of the Masons. Lancaster and the George W.Bush administration has a
close and very "interesting relationship". George H. Bush had a very close relationship with ISC, and of
course the NSA and CIA all had a very "close" relationship with International Signal & Control, or ISC.
The following are some transcripts for Ted Koppel and ABC News Nightline regarding ISC and Arms to
Iraq and the intelligence community. The transcripts are contained in my Amicus for Case No. 2006-cv-
2160 filed in the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division.

Now, Robert Gates, presently the Secretary of the United States Defense Department, and his
relationship to Lancaster. First of all, the attached video is the authentic transcript of Robert Gates'
confirmation hearing in September of 1991 for the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). If
you fast forward to approximately 9:00:00 you will see the back and forth questions from Senator
Murkowski to Robert Gates regarding the allegations by several members of the U.S. Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence regarding his alleged involvement with ISC and the Arms deals with Carlos
Cardoen and the shipping of cluster bombs through South Africa and on to Iraq. Of course, he denied
all of the allegations.

Robert Gates also has relatives that live in Lancaster County, if fact he attended a wedding here
a few months ago, on May 3, 2009 at St. John Neuman Catholic Church in Manhiem Township,
Lancaster County. His wife has a niece that lives in Manheim Township.

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Now, I'll give you the ABC News Nightline May 23, 1991 excerpt regarding ISC and the NSA,
National Security Agency:

"It all started legally, if covertly, back in 1974. That's when the National Security Agency, a
super-secret U.S. Intelligence unit asked ISC to help complete project X, a chain of electronic listening
posts based at South Africa's Simonstown Naval Station. South Africa was using these posts to follow
Soviet submarine traffic off of the Cape of Good Hope. To ensure secrecy, ISC and the NSA made sure
shipments could not be tracked back to them. They created a company called Gamma Systems
Associates. In fact, this company was nothing more than a post office box at John F. Kennedy Airport.
Gamma was a cut-out. ... But this sanctioned covert operation was stopped in 1977 when President
Carter, a strong opponent of South Africa's apartheid regime, told U.S. firms to stop any military-related
business with Pretoria. But ISC continue shipping electronics, some civilian, some military, to South
Africa. The in the early 1980's, South Africa began to intensify its efforts at ballistic missile
development. For ISC, that was a golden opportunity because on of its top executives was a man
named Clyde Ivey, an American electronics expert who has been the father of South Africa's missile
program. Ivey had extraordinary contacts in the nations defense structure. Begining in 1984, federal
investigators say, senior ISC exeutives, including Ivey, began regular contacts with CIA officials." You
can read the rest. The entire transcript of the May 23, 1991 ABC News/Nightline broadcast.

Now remember, George H. Bush was director of CIA. "He served in this role for 357 days, from
January 30, 1976 to January 20, 1977.[22] The CIA had been rocked by a series of revelations,
including those based on investigations by Senator Frank Church's Committee regarding illegal and
unauthorized activities by the CIA, and Bush was credited with helping to restore the agency's morale.
[23] In his capacity as DCI, Bush gave national security briefings to Jimmy Carter both as a Presidential
candidate and as President-elect, and discussed the possibility of remaining in that position in a Carter
administration[24] but it was not to be," according to Wikipedia.

Now, lets get to Bobby Ray Inman, former Navy, Director of the National Security Agency (NSA),
former Director of International Signal & Control (ISC), and currently part of the Mind Control
industry. The following appears on the Welcome page of my website:
 "S.A.I.C. involvement in 1993 American Para psychological Association meeting arrangements,
via their 'Cognitive Sciences Laboratory'. Science Applications International Corporation is a big
time defense contractor, has held the largest number of research contracts of any defense
contractor. Bobby Ray Inman (ISC Board of Directors) is on its board of directors, among
others."
by John Porter, CIA Program on Mind Control copyright 1996. In 1994, after Bobby Ray Inman
requested to be withdrawn from consideration as Bill Clinton's first Defense Secretary, his critics
speculated that the decision was motivated by a desire to conceal his links to ISC. Inman was a
member of the so-called "shadow board" of the company which was allegedly either negligent or
approved the exports." by Wikipedia on International Signal and Control, (ISC).

Now, lets list the former Navy personnel:
George H. Bush, former President of the United States, former Director of CIA.
James Guerin, President and Founder of International Signal & Control.
Bobby Ray Inman, former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Director of
International Signal & Control, (ISC).
My father, Samuel P. Cateronne, Jr.
His father, Samuel J. Caterbone, Sr.
George Noory, of Coast to Coast Radio (just anecdotal, nothing assumed or alleged).
George W. Bush flew with the Navy.
James Cross
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Next we get to Jim Guerin's attorney back in 1989 through at least 1992. His name was Joseph
Tate, of Philadelpha. This link will take you to a document regarding Joseph Tate, James Guerin and
Joseph Roda, Esq., of Lancaster, my former attorney who said I fabricated everything back in 1987.
The document contains a letter of September 12, 2005 from Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald
regarding Scooter Libby, Former Vice President Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff. the letter involves Scooter
Libby's Grand Jury Indictment for leaking Covert CIA Operative Valerie Plame and eventually outing
her.

Now in Austin Texas in July of 2005 I was detained by 2 Agents from The Defense Intelligence
Agency. I was merely visiting a Military Museum, that had old and vintage helicopters and airplanes.
near where my brother, Dr. Phillip Caterbone lived. I was visiting on my way to California. While inside
the museum 2 Agents from the Department of Defense Defense Intelligence Agency escorted me
outside to my Honda Oddesey and interrogated me making me confirm that I was visiting and staying
with my brother. They caused a problem for my brother's Medical Practice by shaking up one of his
secretaries. The reviewed my court documents for CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., Case
No. 2005-cv-0288 filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The
demanded that I stay off all military bases before releasing me.

In 2006 I was telepathic with an older NSA executive on many occasions who wanted to meet
me at the Clipper Stadium who told me he wanted to rent a facility in Lancaster for a training exercise.
I told him to to and see Dale High and the High Group for space at the Greenfield Industrial Park. He
said he was retiring and that our discussions were keeping him a few weeks longer than expected. We
had intimate discussions of my history and the Chesapeake Bay Area. We also discussed Sheryl Crow,
and he told me his wife was a fan. I turned him on to her new album, Wildflower, and he said she liked
it. We had to disengage because he was being harassed by other telepathic assailants.

My former secretary (Susan Bare) at Pflumm Contractors, Inc., where I was controller and was
hired to rescue the company from near bankruptcy in 1993, told me that her husband, Ross Bare, who
grew up just some 10 or so doors from me, worked for the NSA. She disclosed this soon after I hired
her in 1994 or 1995.

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II) JURISDICTION:

1. Count I - 18 U.S.C. § 1961 through 18 U.S.C.
2. Count II - § 1968, RICO; 31 USCS
3. Count III - § 3729-33 Federal False Claims Act;
4. Count IV - extortion,
5. Count V - defamation of character,
6. Count VI - slander,
7. Count VII - wrongful interference with business relations,
8. Count VIII - wrongful interference with contracts,
9. Count VIIII - breach of contract
10.Count X - a plea for an accounting;
11.Count XI - deceptive and fraudulent practices
12.Count XII - breach of fiduciary duty
13.Count XIII - unfair competition
14.Count XIIII - tortuous interference with business relationships
15.Count XV - unjust enrichment
16.Count XVI - a pattern of racketeering in violation of the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt
Organizations Act (“RICO”), 18 U.S.C. § 1961 et seq.
17.Count XVII - “illegal retaliation”
18.Count XVIII - “unlawful discrimination”
19.Count XVIIII - intentional infliction of emotional distress
20.Count XX - wrongful repossession
21.Count XXI – trespass to person
22.Count XXII – civil conspiracy

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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
Legal Arguments and issues of the Statute of Limitations and Time Barred Causes of Actions that
support that justice has been denied and due process subverted thus granting relief to
CATERBONE:
a. (“RICO”), 18 U.S.C. § 1961 et seq.; A claim may be barred by the statute of limitations if
you discovered or reasonably should have discovered your injury four or more years ago.
b. Civil RICO claims are not subject to a statute of limitations. Congress failed to include a
statute of limitations when it passed the RICO Act, but the United States Supreme Court
has remedied that oversight and imposed a four-year statute of limitations on all civil
RICO claims.
c. Civil Rico's statute of limitations begins to run when the victim discovers or reasonably
should have discovered its injury. Once a victim is aware or should be aware of its injury,
the victim has four years to discover the remaining elements of its claim and bring suit. A
victim cannot sit on its rights and refrain from filing suit in the face of known injuries.
d. There are several equitable doctrines that may toll or suspend the running of
the statute of limitations. If a defendant fraudulently conceals facts that are
essential to the victim's ability to purse its rights, the running of the statute of
limitations may be tolled.
e. Acts of duress, such as "if you sue me, I'll kill you," may toll the running of the
statute of limitations.
f. All tolling doctrines are based upon whether it is fair, under the circumstances,
to bar the victim's claims on the basis of the running of the statute of
limitations.
g. If a defendant engages in a new pattern of racketing, that causes new and independent
injuries, a new limitations period may apply to those new and independent injuries.

2. The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (commonly referred to as
RICO), 18 U.S.C. § 1961 et seq.;: RICO is a United States federal law which provides for
extended penalties for criminal acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization. RICO
was enacted by section 901(a) of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970, Pub. L. No. 91-452,
84 Stat. 922 (Oct. 15, 1970). RICO is codified as Chapter 96 of Title 18 of the United States
Code, 18 U.S.C. § 1961 through 18 U.S.C. § 1968. RICO addresses long-term, not one-shot,
criminal activity. Not only must a RICO claim be based upon criminal activity, but the criminal
acts must constitute a "pattern" of criminal activity.
a. A single criminal act, short-term criminal conduct, or criminal actions that bear no
relationship to each other will not give rise to a RICO claim. The United States Supreme
Court has ruled that criminal actions constitute a "pattern" only if they are related and
continuous.
b. In order to be "related," the criminal acts must involve the same victims, have the same
methods of commission, involve the same participants, or be related in some other
fashion. A pattern may be sufficiently continuous if the criminal actions occurred over a
substantial period of time or posed a threat of indefinite duration.
c. The former patterns are referred to as closed-ended patterns; the latter patterns are
referred to as open-ended patterns.
d. Accordingly, even if you have been injured by a criminal act, you will not have a RICO
claim unless that criminal act is part of a larger pattern of criminal activity.

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December 2016 00:00 By Flint Taylor, Truthout | News Analysis

On this very day, as the Army Corps of Engineers and police forces from Morton County North
Dakota and nine surrounding states gather their collective forces and fearsome weaponry in an effort to
evict the proud and peaceful Indigenous Water Protectors from their sacred land at Standing Rock, and
thousands of veterans gather to protect them from concussion grenades, water hoses, rubber bullets
and God knows what else, it is profoundly appropriate to reflect on the courage and leadership of
Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and revisit the sordid history of his assassination at the
hand of a conspiracy between local law enforcement and the FBI 47 years ago.

On December 4, 1969, 47 years ago today, a select unit of Chicago police officers executed a
predawn raid that left Illinois Black Panther Party (BPP) leaders Fred Hampton and Mark Clark dead and
several other young Panthers wounded. The seven survivors of the raid were arrested on fraudulent
attempted murder charges. The officers who committed the execution were specially assigned to Cook
County State's Attorney Edward Hanrahan. The claims of a "shootout" that were made by Hanrahan and
his men were soon exposed as bald-faced lies: the physical evidence definitively established that the
raiders fired nearly 100 shots at the sleeping Panthers, while only one shot could be linked to a Panther
weapon.
However, as was painstakingly proved over the next eight years, the false official claim of a violent
confrontation was only one layer of a massive conspiracy that was also designed to cover up the central
role of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its COINTELPRO program in the murderous raid.

The headstone of slain Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in Haynesville, Louisiana, has been
riddled by a barrage of bullets from unidentified night riders. Flint Taylor -- one of the lawyers for
Hampton's family -- recently journeyed to Haynesville to eulogize Fred Hampton's mother, Iberia, a
devoted mother and courageous activist who passed away in October 2016. He discovered this
desecration of Hampton's grave at that time. (Credit: Flint Taylor)

Just after the raid that killed Fred Hampton and Mark Clark, the Minister of Defense for the
Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party, Bobby Rush, declared that J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI were
responsible for the raid. However, at that time there was no hard proof. The first documentation that
supported Rush's claim came in 1971 when activists broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania,
and liberated a trove of FBI documents. These documents outlined the FBI's super-secret and highly
illegal COINTELPRO program and its focus in the 1960s on the Black liberation movement and its
leaders. Using Malcolm X as an example, Hoover directed all of the Bureau's offices to "disrupt,
misdirect, and otherwise neutralize" African American organizations and leaders including the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Nation of Islam,
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Stokely Carmichael and H. Rap Brown.
In Chicago, a major breakthrough came in 1973 when it was revealed that Chicago BPP Chief of
Security William O'Neal was a paid informant for the FBI. Lawyers at the People's Law Office (full
disclosure: I was one of those lawyers) had filed a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of the Hampton and
Clark families and the raid survivors shortly after the raid, and they subpoenaed the Chicago FBI's files
on O'Neal. While the FBI only produced a tiny fraction of the relevant files, an honest Assistant US
Attorney produced an FBI memorandum that included a detailed floor plan of the interior of Fred
Hampton's apartment that specifically identified the bed on which Hampton slept. The memo, on its
face, showed that the floor plan, together with other important information designed to be utilized in a
police raid, was based on information communicated by O'Neal to his FBI control agent, and that the
agent supplied this information to State's Attorney Hanrahan's office before the raid.

The lawyers then focused on discovering more details about the FBI's involvement in the
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the FBI's illegal program and the raid on December 4. At the same time, Idaho Senator Frank Church's
Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations (Church Committee), which was created in the
wake of the Watergate scandal, was investigating rampant abuses by all US intelligence agencies,
including the FBI. In late 1975 a Church Committee attorney informed the People's Law Office lawyers
that the Committee had obtained several Chicago documents that definitively established the link.
Armed with the content of the still secret documents, the lawyers were able to convince the judge, who
had previously refused to compel the FBI to produce the Chicago COINELPRO file, to order the FBI to do
so. In the file that was subsequently produced were several documents that revealed the FBI's efforts
to foment gang violence against Hampton and the Chicago Panthers, and one dated December 3, 1969,
that claimed the impending raid as part of the COINTEPRO program.

In January 1976 the trial of the Fred Hampton civil case began in Federal Court. Two
months into what would turn out to be the longest trial in federal court history, O'Neal's FBI
control agent inadvertently revealed that the FBI had not produced all of its files on
Hampton, O'Neal, the raid survivors and the Chicago BPP. The judge reluctantly ordered that
they do so, and the next day a government lawyer wheeled in on shopping carts nearly 200
volumes of FBI files that had been suppressed since they were first requested three years
before. The government produced several redacted volumes of these files each day over the
next month. The files contained directives to destroy the Panther's Breakfast for Children
Program and disrupt the distribution of the BPP newspaper; reports showing that the
dynamic and charismatic 21-year-old Fred Hampton was a targeted BPP leader; materials
demonstrating that O'Neal was an agent provocateur; and massive wiretap "overhears"
(logs that included conversations between BPP members and their attorneys).

Among the government's documentation was O'Neal's control file. In it was yet
another smoking gun: memos to and from FBI headquarters and the Chicago office
requesting and approving payment of a $300 bonus -- 30 pieces of silver -- to reward O'Neal
for his role in the raid. According to the memos, O'Neal's information was of "tremendous
value" and, in the words of O'Neal's COINTELRO supervisor, made the raid a "success."

That same month, on April 23, 1976, the Church Committee released its final staff
report, which devoted an entire chapter to the "FBI's Covert Action Plan to Destroy the Black
Panther Party." The chapter concluded by highlighting the Hampton raid as a COINTELPRO
operation and quoting from the recently uncovered "bonus" documents.

The judge, an unabashed supporter of the FBI, exonerated the FBI and its DOJ lawyers
of any wrongdoing in suppressing the documents. A year later, he dismissed O'Neal and the
other FBI defendants from the case. On April 23, 1979, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals,
in a landmark 2-1 decision, overturned the trial judge, finding that the FBI and their
government lawyers "obstructed justice" by suppressing documents. The Court of Appeals
also concluded that there was "serious evidence" to support the conclusion that the FBI,
Hanrahan and his police unit had participated in a "conspiracy designed to subvert and
eliminate the Black Panther Party and its members" in planning and executing the raid,
thereby suppressing a "vital radical Black political organization." The Court of Appeals
further found that the evidence additionally supported the conclusion that these same
defendants also participated in a post-raid conspiracy to "cover up evidence" regarding
the raid, "to conceal the true character of their pre-raid and raid activities," to "harass
the survivors of the raid" and to "frustrate any legal redress the survivors might seek."
This decision survived a challenge in the US Supreme Court, and stands to this day as a
unique judicial recognition of outrageous federal and local conspiratorial criminality and
cover-up.

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As we enter the uncharted waters of a volatile Trump presidency, with an unrepentant
Ku Klux Klan sympathizer slated to head up the Justice Department, it is important not to
relegate the Hampton assassination and COINTELPRO to the annals of history. Particularly in
an era of officially sanctioned drone assassinations, government provocateurs running wild,
and a presidential election in which the "winner" appears to have benefited from
international and FBI COINTELPRO-like actions, while the "loser" used similar tactics against
her opponent in the primaries, it is well to remember a quote from a 1964 COINTELPRO
directive:
 Over the years, our approach to investigative problems in the intelligence field has
given rise to a number of new programs, some of which have been most revolutionary,
and it can be presumed that with a continued aggressive approach to these programs,
new and productive ideas will be forthcoming. These ideas will not be increased in
number or improved upon from the standpoint of accomplishments merely through the
institution of a program such as COINTELPRO which is given another name and in fact,
only encompasses everything that has been done in the past or will be done in the
future.
 For Black Lives Matter, the Water Protectors at Standing Rock, undocumented
workers, Muslims, environmental activists, and a multitude of other people and
organizations, the future, as contemplated in the 1964 COINTELRO memo and
implemented in its most violent and racist form on December 4, 1969, may well be
upon us again. The only answer now, as it was then, is to organize, educate and resist.
And, as Fred Hampton would say, "All Power to the People."


Note: For more information on the Hampton/Clark case, the history of the Black Panther Party and the
FBI's program to destroy it, visit peopleslawoffice.com.
Copyright, Truthout. May not be reprinted without permission.

Flint Taylor
Flint Taylor is one of the lawyers for the families of slain Black Panther leaders Fred
Hampton and Mark Clark. Together with his law partner Jeffrey Haas, Taylor was trial
counsel in the marathon 1976 civil trial. For more information on the Hampton/Clark case,
the history of the Black Panther Party and the FBI's Program to destroy it, visit
peopleslawoffice.com.

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CAUSES OF ACTIONS

1. THE ASSAULTS ON THE CATERBONE FAMILY BEGAN IN 1904 - November 15, 1904 The
LANCASTER NEW ERA ran a story about CATERBONE'S Great Grandfather, Joseph
Catrabone regarding an arsonist burning down his home and killing his monkey, which he used
as an Organ Grinder. The spelling of the last name is confirmed by the original CERTIFICATE OF
BAPTISM which states as my father SAMUEL CATRABONE, See attached. The article reads:

 “FIRES IN CITY AND COUNTY A HOUSE DAMAGED AND BARN BURNED The Barn on
J.M.E. Rudys Farm
Dest
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oyed Monday Night - Quite a stubborn fire occurred on Monday night shortly after 10
o'clock at No. 119 Beaver street, a two-sided & half story frame building occupied by
Joseph Catrabone (CATERBONE-MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER), an Italian who
keeps a boarding house for his fellow countrymen, most of them being street musicians.
Most of the boarders were in bed when the alarm of the fire was raised outside and Catty
and a couple of his compatriots were greatly excited upon learning that the rear end of
their establishment was in flames. Everybody in the place was aroused, but the
excitable Italians were not in condition to do anything but rush about, jabbering and
making confusion worse confounded. Word of the fire was sent to Fire Chief Vondermuth
at No. 5 engine house and he hurried to the scene of the fire, after sending orders to the
other companies. He took with him the new Clapp & Jones reserve engine, which proved
its merit in service, sending a heave stream and with such force as to require three men
to hand the nozzle. The fire at Catrabone's had worked it's between the partitions and
was hard to get at and the Chief kept his men there until after midnight, before he was
satisfied the fire was slumbering between partitions. The building was badly damaged by
the fire and water. The building is owned by Frances Frailey, and her loss will be about
$500. Catrabone lost considerable furniture and his boarders a great of their effects, one
of the being minus the monkey. The poor fellow, the Italian, not the ******, went
about afterwords-bewildering the loss of “de monk”, which doubtless perished in the
fire. After the fire fifteen of Catty's boarders were sheltered at the police station for the
night and they had enough ***** with them to fill out an immigrant train for a trip
across the plains. The fire is supposed to have been of incendiary origin. While at the
fire driver Edward Samoon, of No. 4 house carriage had his left foot so badly trampled
and out by his horse that Dr. Boiendies had to put four stitches in the wound. He will be
laid up for some time.”

2. December 15, 1942 Samuel Caterbone, Jr. (CATERBONE'S FATHER) enlists in the United
States Navy and receives basic training in Bainbridge, Maryland.
3. August 21, 1943 Samuel Caterbone, Jr. GRADUATES from NAVAL AIR GUNNERS SCHOOL
with HONORS as an ARM3c rank and the Lancaster Newspapers puts an article with his
photo in the evening edition with the headlines “Graduates With Honors”.
4. 1943 Samuel Caterbone, Jr. GRADUATES from the Dry Cleaning Institute of America of
Baltimore, Maryland.

5. The NAVAL AIR GUNNERS TRAINING MANUAEL CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIPTION OF THE AIR GUNNER:

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 “Drawing flight pay – a full 50% raise – from the day of the first flight, the aerial
gunner is the envy of all branches of service. Selected only from the best of men
available to the armed forces, the aerial gunner is the “Raider” of naval aviation.
He is the one man out of many who has qualified physically and mentally for the
most dramatic and important position in modern warfare. Teamed with the finest
flight crews in the world, flying the best planes, the aerial gunner has the unique
and rare opportunity to play the outstanding personal role in bringing the world
conflict to a satisfactory and speedy end.”

6. In the 1960's Samuel Caterbone starts several Dry Cleaning companies with relatives,
in both Lancaster and Stamford, Conneticut. He, his father, and Uncle Tony Caterbone start
the DELUXE CLEANERS, located on Chesapeake Street, Lancaster, CATERBONE CLEANERS
located on the corner of East Orange and Plum Streets, Lancaster, and finally build CATERBONE
CLEANERS, INC., at 1470 Manheim Pike, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
7. The 1960's Samuel Caterbone, Jr. is served numerous mental health warrants by the
Lancaster City Police Department, hospitalized, and subjected to rounds of electro-
shock therapy, one of the main tactics used in the MKULTRA Program. Documents from
the JOINT HEARING BEFORE THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE AND THE
SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH OF THE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN
RESOURCES UNITED STATES SENATE NINETY-FIFTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION AUGUST 3,
1977 it reads:

 Under CIA's Project MKNAOMI, the Army assisted the CIA in developing, testing,
and maintaining biological agents and delivery systems for use against humans as well as
against animals and crops. Thirteenth, there are single subprojects in such areas as the
effects of electroshock, harassment techniques for offensive use, analysis of
extrasensory perception, gas propelled sprays and aerosols, and four subprojects
involving crop and material sabotage.

8. August 4, 1972 the Lancaster City Police file FORGERY charges against Samuel
Caterbone Jr., for signing a check from SAM CATERBONE CLEANERS, INC., for $200.00
made payable to Lancaster City Attorney James Coho without the authorization of his
wife, (CATERBONE'S MOTHER) YOLANDA RODA CATERBONE. Other charges are filed
for robbery and burglary in the alleged theft of $2,500 from the basement of his
parents home at 1550 Book Road, Lampeter that was supposedly the property of
Samuel Caterbone Jr., nephew, Joseph Riccuero III.
9. Samuel Caterbone Jr. is imprisoned and denied bail for a period of 90 days until trial.
10. February 13, 1974 Samuel Caterbone Jr., appearing Pro Se, gets a split verdict and is
found guilty of forgery, and NOT GUILTY of the other charges. He is sentenced to one
(1) year probation.
11. August 29, 1973 Samuel Caterbone Jr., is ORDERED by President Judge William
Johnstone, Jr., released from PROBATION and ORDERED “TO LEAVE THE AREA
AROUND LANCASTER COUNTY PENNA. AS OF AUGUST 29, 1973”.

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12. Christmas Day, December 25, 1984, Sammy Caterbone, CATERBONE 'S oldest brother
and best friend, is MURDERED in Santa Barbara California.
13. Lancaster Aviation arrange for the selected aircraft to be flown in from the Midwest to be
inspected by CATERBONE. Pete Wolfson of Lancaster Aviation conducts the meeting, as an
official agent of Lancaster Aviation. Commonwealth Bank has approved the financing of $97,000
for the purchase. The additional $25,000 required is not yet available. Pete Wolfson insists that
the plane must be purchased before being flown back to the Midwest. Pete Wolfson requests a
post-dated check from CATERBONE for the remaining balance. CATERBONE refuses, citing
that the remaining funds must be liquidated from the Keystone Mutual Fund, and the exact
receipt of the moneys is not guaranteed, and could take up to 10 days. Pete Wolfson agrees not
to deposit the check until CATERBONE confirms that the funds have been received and
deposited in order to cover the check for the remaining $25,000. CATERBONE makes sure that
Pete Wolfson has the authority to make the arrangement, and Pete Wolfson agrees. The
purchase of the airplane was also subject to a pre-purchase inspection by Lancaster Aviation.
Lancaster Aviation also advises CATERBONE to have his airplane included in their Fleet
Insurance plan. CATERBONE also advises Lancaster Aviation that he would like to offer the
airplane to his business associates for use in order to subsidize the costs and maintenance.
14. Chuck Smith, president of Lancaster Aviation, later discloses to CATERBONE that he had
deposited CATERBONE’s pre dated check for $25.000, without the confirmation by
CATERBONE that the funds had been transferred from accounts. CATERBONE had argued
with Pete Wolfson, the salesman for Lancaster Aviation, that he did not want to give them a post
dated check, however Chuck Wolfson insisted. Now, Chuck Smith had told CATERBONE that
Pete Wolfson did not have the authority to complete the transaction. However CATERBONE
reminded Chuck Smith that he was acting as an agent for Lancaster Aviation, and that was not
material to this dispute.
15. Lancaster Aviation and Commonwealth Bank engaged in Count IV - extortion, defamation of
character, slander, wrongful interference with business relations, wrongful interference with
contracts, obstruction of justice, trespass to person, unfair competition, fraud, conspiracy,
embezzlement, breech of contract and several violations in lender liability; in later repossessing
the aircraft on July 1, 1987 with no advanced notice and no reason or cause. Commonwealth
Bank was the mortgagor on the property of Olde Hickory, which CATERBONE had a loan
commitment of $5 million to refinance that property. Lancaster Aviation will deny CATERBONE
’s airplane to provide service to a scheduled charter by Jim Bly of Source Management of Virginia
on June 27, 1987. CATERBONE had an agreement for $300.00 per hour and an estimated 6-
hour charter planned.
16. On June 23, 1987 Larry Resch, an executive of both International Signal & Control, Plc,.(ISC)
And United Chem Con visits CATERBONE at Financial Management Group, Ltd., headquarters in
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Carl Jacobson out of the country early this morning" as the reason for his not being able to
attend the meeting as planned. Larry Resch discusses possible strategies to rescue Chem Con’s
Minority 8A Set-aside contracts, and solicits financing for new facility. CATERBONE becomes
annoyed the context of the conversation, especially the lack Of disclosure, and discusses
allegations of wrongdoing by Guerin and International Signal & Control, Plc, and the relationship
to United Chem Con. After evaluating the financial statements, CATERBONE also suggests there
is approximately $15 to $18 million in missing funds.
17. Mr. Larry Resch failed to inform CATERBONE of his association and position with International
Signal & Control, Plc., while CATERBONE formally began his whistle blowing activities on
International Signal & Control, Plc..
18. On June 23, 1987, at 2:00 pm immediately following the meeting with International Signal &
Control Executive, Mr. Larry Resch, CATERBONE has his locks changed to his office by Russell
Locksmith of Lititz, in order to secure confidential personal and business files in light of the
current internal power struggle between himself, Michael Hartlett and Robert Kauffman, and
given the conversation with Mr. Larry Resch of International Signal & Control, Plc., a few hours
earlier.
19. CATERBONE was a personal guarantor of a 5 year lease agreement with the Developer,
Fishcer Spounagle, Ltd., for the offices of Financial Management Group, Ltd., at 1755 Oregon
Pike, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, that began in 1986 and did renew until 1991.
20. Robert Kaufman, President of FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., and other FINANCIAL
MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., executives burglarize CATERBONE's office removing confidential
personal and business tiles. Some of the mortgage banking and other business files have yet to
be found. Kauffman and Robert Long illegally issue FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd.,
stock certificates to Peter Peneros and Scott Robertson. Robert Long signs the stock certificates
as Secretary of FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd., when CATERBONE was acting
Secretary, and was the only person duly authorized to issue FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP,
Ltd., stock certificates. CATERBONE learned of the burglary by Robert Kauffman, President, in
a telephone conversation while at Stone Harbor, NJ; Kauffman inadvertently mentioned that the
stock certificates were issued, however, with all documents at risk of being stolen, CATERBONE
did not mention the incident, in hopes to first recover any potentially stolen business and
personal files.
21. Financial Management Group, Ltd., executives engaged in obstruction of justice, in unfair
competition, wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery,
undo influence, conspiracy, embezzlement, Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander,
defamation of character, wrongful interference with business relations, and violated several
bylaws of Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
22. On May 20, 1987, CATERBONE and Attorney Ric Fox, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, draft the
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partner. CATERBONE had several interested parties some which have made verbal
commitments, including Norris Boyd and Dave Cook, an executive of Turkey Hill Minit Markets.
23. On June 29, 1987, CATERBONE received patent research materials from patent attorney Joel
S. Goldhammer, of the prominent Philadelphia law firm Siedel, Gonda, Goldhammer & Abbot
regarding the "Digital" Movie, and the national franchising of Financial Management Group, Ltd.,.
CATERBONE had retained the services of Siedel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot in order to
investigate all relevant matters concerning the technology, merchandising, and marketing of the
"Mutant Mania" project, and the use of the "Power Station" label. Research was required for the
merchandising of consumer electronics, professional audio/visual digital mixing consoles, and
the "Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS)”, as created by CATERBONE in the proposal
for SONY Corporation of Japan.
24. On May 11, 1987, CATERBONE invested and paid Scott Robertson, executive vice president of
Financial Management Group, Ltd., $2,000 dollars from a personal account for an advance for
work on mortgage banking projects and the “Digital Movie”. On the same day CATERBONE
paid film producer Marcia Silen, of Flatbush Films, Hollywood, California, an advance of $750.00
for a cash advanced for work with the “Digital Movie” project.
25. CATERBONE was executor producer of the project, general partner of Power Productions I, the
investment group, and named in the “Mutant Mania” budget to receive a salary of $100,000. In
addition CATERBONE had agreements to receive royalties on all revenues associated with both
the distribution of the film and video release and all branding of the merchandise from the
project.
26. Financial Management Group, Ltd., it’s officers and employees, along with other Defendants
including but not limited to Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) (Mellon), Fulton Bank,
the Manheim Township Police Department engaged in unfair competition, wrongful interference
with contracts, trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery, undo influence, conspiracy,
embezzlement, Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of character,
obstruction of justice, wrongful interference with business relations, and other anti trust
violations pertaining to the “Digital Movie” project.
27. CATERBONE , on behalf of Financial Management Group, Ltd., began research and discussions
with corporate attorney, Jeff Jamanou of the law firm McNesse, Wallace and Nurick regarding
franchising the concept of Financial Management Group, Ltd, on a national scale and
considerations for a stock split. CATERBONE handled all legal endeavors of Financial
Management Group, Ltd.,
28. Beginning in April of 1987, Financial Management Group, Ltd, officers and executives engaged
in a pattern of unfair competition, wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to person,
obstruction of justice, criminal trespass, forgery, undo influence, conspiracy, embezzlement,
Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, wrongful interference with
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29. On June 18, 1987, CATERBONE and Randy Grespin, corporate attorney for The Life
Underwriters Group, fly to Atlanta, Georgia, to visit with executives of Planners Securities Group,
a nationally known Broker Dealer, and joint venture partner that was in the midst of a deal in
which Financial Management Group, Ltd., had negotiated an equity interest. CATERBONE had
initially consulted with both Kauffman and Hartlett concerning the trip, however when both
disagreed, CATERBONE questioned why CATERBONE was the only principal to personally visit
the operations of Hibbard Brown & Company, which lead CATERBONE his decision to terminate
the ill fated merger.
30. Planners Securities Group, was regarded as the most successful Broker Dealers in the financial
planning community, and included several former presidents of the national board of the
International Association of Financial Planners. The company had previously been recruiting
Financial Management Group, Ltd.,., and offering an attractive equity interest. Randy Grespin
agreed to reimburse $600 to CATERBONE for the expense and use of his aircraft.
31. CATERBONE had the following agenda for the trip and meeting:
A. Visit and discuss the joint venture and merger with Financial Management Group, Ltd., and
evaluate the various departments necessary to administer Financial Management Group,
Ltd.,'s., stock transactions and private real estate offerings.
B. Discuss and evaluate the opportunities of utilizing insurance products from Randy Grespin's
firm, and all matters related to the structuring of business.
C. Familiarize Greg Burie, a personal friend and recruitment of CATERBONE ’s who was also
visiting from Florida to consider opening a Florida office for Financial Management Group,
Ltd..
D. Conduct an extensive and thorough due diligence investigation of the stability, efficiency, and
security of the operations, in order to prevent a similar situation that facilitated the previous
termination of the recent Hibbard Brown & Company deal. CATERBONE left the meetings
with very optimistic and impressive findings, that only left more questions as to the decision
of Kauffman and Bartlett to affiliate with Hibbard Brown & Company, knowing that the
Atlanta group had been aggressively pursuing talks of a merger since the inception of
Financial Management Group, Ltd.,., On the return flight home, CATERBONE confided to
Randy Grespin, requesting legal advise, regarding the recent problems and his allegations of
misconduct by Financial Management Group, Ltd.,., President Robert Kauffman. Randy
Grespin advised CATERBONE to take some time and seek legal counsel. On June 18, 2007,
after arriving at the corporate offices of Upon entering the offices of Financial Management
Group, Ltd., Robert Kauffman pulls CATERBONE into his office and abruptly shouts "Who is
running this corporation, me or you?". CATERBONE quickly answers "I don't give a damn
who runs this company. as long as it's run right, and for the right reasons!" CATERBONE
immediately left the office.
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CATERBONE and engaged in a contractual dispute when CATERBONE refused to agree to
approve the new contract and salary increase of Robert Kauffman, President,. Robert Kauffman,
President, engaged in retaliatory and activities, including fraud, Count IV - extortion, libel,
defamation of character, obstruction of justice, and conspiracy.
33. June 22, 1987, CATERBONE hires Todd Dellinqer, a planner in Financial Management Group,
Ltd.,., to help administrate the daily activities of his personal clientele and to perform
administrative duties necessary due to the amount of time CATERBONE is conducting business
out at the office, allowing CATERBONE to focus attention on the Strategic Planning, and
allowing him to better manage his time. CATERBONE sends a memo to client and shareholder
Dr. William Umiker that introduces his new assistant, in addition to information regarding his
pension accounts.
34. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd, Board of Directors meet to vote on CATERBONE's
request and demand to ratify the recent joint venture agreement/contract with Hibbard Brown &
Company, after CATERBONE learned of dire inefficiencies within Hibbard Brown & company, and
the "Born Again" relationships of Kauffman, that placed an unprecedented amount of risk to
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, Ltd.,. CATERBONE voted by telephone from the Chicago
Airport, in the midst of his travel to Palm Springs and Hollywood California. The Board also voted
to negotiate and approve a deal with the Planners Securities Group, of Atlanta, GA.
CATERBONE had won the votes of Alan Loss and Robert Long, overturning the decision of
Robert Kauffman, President, and Michael Bartlett and officially terminating the agreement. This
vote, in and above itself, took control of the Board of Directors from Kauffman and Bartlett, and
put the power of the Board in the direction of CATERBONE. This will eventually lead to the
Coup conspired by Kauffman and Hartlett to find a way to get CATERBONE out of the
corporation.
35. On January 20, 1987, CATERBONE and Al Dannatt, a principal and managing partner with the
commercial mortgage banking company Institutional Investors of Houston, Texas, consummate
a joint venture agreement where CATERBONE will market and solicit clients on the eastern
part of the regional for commercial mortgages with a lending authority of $3 to $100 million
dollars. The agreement also calls for CATERBONE to develop other joint venture proposals and
business transactions with a bank the Institutional Investors was in the process of purchasing.
CATERBONE in turn would began to offer the joint venture to members of Financial
Management Group, Ltd., to offer finder fees to both Financial Management Group, Ltd., and any
members of Financial Management Group, Ltd., which referred clients and projects.
36. CATERBONE alleges that the following revenue sources:
A. Financial Planning Fees and Commissions
B. Financial Management Group, Ltd., Management Salary
C. Mortgage Banking Business
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E. Pension Fund Portfolio Management (Harsco, Inc., of Harrisburg)
F. Life Insurance Joint Venture Agreements
G. Personal Real Estate Investments
H. Air Charter Services
I. Reorganize Gamillion Film Studios
J. Equity Interests in Financial Management Group, Ltd.,

37. CATERBONE has the following violations Count IV - extortion, defamation of character, slander,
wrongful interference with business relations, wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to
person, unfair competition, fraud, conspiracy, embezzlement, breech of contract
38. On June 25, 1987, Financial Group Executives burglarized CATERBONE ’s office and began to
extort CATERBONE business interests in the Institutional Investors joint partnership. Up to
that point in time, CATERBONE had developed a pipeline in excess of $100 million in projects,
a firm commitment for a satellite office in Hollywood, California, and a commitment for a $5
million second mortgage on the Olde Hickory Properties, of Lancaster, County. CATERBONE
was able to offer more attractive financing arrangements than that of the local commercial
lending institutions, including Fulton Bank and Commonwealth Bank. Both banks would
eventually engage in anti-trust violations.
39. On June 29, 1987, CATERBONE visits with Dave Schaad, President of the York based real
estate firm of Bennett Williams, Inc., CATERBONE was finalizing plans to secure financing of a
$2.5 million office complex for the new headquarters of Bennett Williams, as well as 3 or 4
additional anchor tenants. CATERBONE had been working with Dave Schaad for the past 3
months, along with Scott Robertson. CATERBONE had previously discussed the deal with Dave
Cook, and executive and former owner of the Turkey Hill Convenience Stores. Dave Cook
indicated a serious interest in providing the entire $2.5 million investment. The above deal
would have provided over $150,000 of fees upon settlement to CATERBONE upon settlement.
Prior to the meeting, Dave Schaad had indicated by telephone, that Robert Kauffman had invited
himself to the meeting, without prior consent or notice to CATERBONE , During the meeting,
CATERBONE disclosed the current criminal activities within the principals of Financial
Management Group, Ltd., being facilitated by Robert Kauffman himself.
40. In June of 1987, Jill Carson, a Fulton Bank Branch Manager libeled and slandered CATERBONE
in notifying Mr. Chuck Smith, owner operator of Lancaster Aviation, CATERBONE was bankrupt
and had no liquid funds, which was totally fabricated. At the time of this infringement and at
least until August 8, 1987, CATERBONE ’s credit rating as reported by the Lancaster Credit
Bureau was perfect, with all creditors “paid in full within 30 days, as agreed”. The credit report
included 22 creditors. Being that CATERBONE was a customer, borrower, and a client in good
standing with Fulton Bank, this amounts to defamation of character, slander, wrongful
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41. On July 1, 1987, CATERBONE retained the counsel of Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq., of Lancaster, to
arrange for a meeting to discuss the recent events and Coup attempt by Kauffman and Hartlett
that included several criminal and security violations. CATERBONE visits with Mr. Joseph F.
Roda, Esq. and describes the incidents in detail, including the "Digital Movie", ISC, and all
related activities. Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. instructs CATERBONE to have all of the files copied
and arranges for the return of all Financial Management Group, Ltd., corporate files.
CATERBONE had questioned Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. for a legal opinion as to his right of any
moneys in Financial Management Group, Ltd., checking accounts that he was authorized to sign
for. Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. advised that CATERBONE had no right to any funds. All checks
were returned to Financial Management Group, Ltd., along with all other documents.
42. CATERBONE advises Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. that he is in fear that someone is deliberately
orchestrating all of the recent incidents, which were quite extraordinary and extremely criminal
and have been coming from all directions. CATERBONE advised Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. that
he would like to take all of his files to Stone Harbor, New Jersey for safekeeping while he
pursued his legal recourse. CATERBONE also explained that he would feel safer leaving
Lancaster until these circumstances were brought under control.
43. Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq., failed to provide any advocacy representation; colluded with Financial
Management Group, Ltd.,; failed to inform CATERBONE of any conflicts of interests with
current clients (Mr. William Clark, in house legal counsel for International Signal & Control, Plc.,);
was negligent in not reviewing the hundreds of documents CATERBONE delivered and for not
identifying causes of actions, which United States District Judge Mary McLaughlin identified from
similar documents in June of 2006; was negligent in not believing CATERBONE detailed
account of the Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) wrongful repossession, may have
conspired to cover-up CATERBONE ’s Federal False Claims Act against International Signal &
Control, Plc,.
44. Mr. Joseph F. Roda committed fraud in invoicing CATERBONE for services rendered, without
any actual benefit afforded to CATERBONE .
45. The Defendants conspired to discredit CATERBONE with a massive campaign of libel, slander
and deceit when immediately following the meeting with International Signal & Control, Plc.,
meeting of June 23, 1987 the following contracts were terminated without cause:
K. Planners Securities Group, Ltd., NASD Series 22 Securities License
L. Planners Securities Registered Representative Agreements
M. William O. Umiker Executor of Estate
N. Michael T. Caterbone Power of Attorney
46. On July 3, 1987, at approximately 12:00 am, Victor Miasnikowcs, owner operator of Romar
Aviation (Currently Venture Jets, Inc.) calls CATERBONE to notify him that his aircraft was
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personal and business files on board. Victor only would say that Commonwealth Bank had taken
part in the repossession, with no reasons given. The first payment of the loan agreement with
Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) was not due until July 25, 1987 and the $25,000
cash deposit for the airplane was now officially extorted from CATERBONE . There was no
money due to Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank). CATERBONE also becomes quite
suspicious, after learning a few weeks earlier that his efforts to provide a refinance of some $6
million to Boyd Wilson Properties, was more favorable than the existing or proposed financing
arrangements now place with Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank), which not only has a
lender relationship with CATERBONE , but is also a competitor for his mortgage banking
activities. It was also known that CATERBONE 's lending authority was larger and more
competitive than most of the local banking community. CATERBONE now becomes in fear for
his life due to this incident, and all other unexplained incidents in the preceding days and weeks.
47. Commonwealth Bank engaged in an illegal repossession, conversion, replevin, trespass, fraud,
breach of fiduciary duty, and/or breach of contract arising out of the alleged repossession, Count
IV - extortion, lender liability, interference with business contracts and relations, civil conspiracy,
fraud, and violated anti-trust and lender liability laws.
48. On July 4, 1987 at approximately 9:00 am in the morning, CATERBONE calls his attorney Mr.
Joseph F. Roda, Esq., under emotional duress from the previous conversation with Victor and the
repossession of his aircraft with all documents on board; Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. responds
"Stan, you have to quit fabricating these allegations, it is July 4th, what do you want me to do.
This conversation reaffirms a conspiracy theory within Lancaster to ruin him, and supports his
efforts to leave Lancaster with his files to solicit aid and support from legal and law enforcement
authorities to suppress the conspiracy. CATERBONE realizes that the documents were
authentic proof and evidence of all of his allegations, and most importantly all of his business
activities for the past 5 or more years. The loss of the files would have devastating
consequences for his life.
49. Mr. Joseph F. Roda committed fraud in invoicing CATERBONE for services rendered, without
any actual benefit afforded to CATERBONE .
50. On July 4, 1987, at approximately 9:30 am, after the disturbing phone, CATERBONE drives to
the Cape May County Airport to solicit the services of a pilot to fly to Lancaster to retrieve his
files. Brad Donahue accepts the job, and agrees to a $200 tee, and an additional $200 it there
are any difficulties in obtaining the files. CATERBONE provides Brad Donahue with all
documentation showing legal title to the aircraft in the event authorities are notified.
CATERBONE gives explicit instructions to notify the police in the event personnel will not return
all of the files. Brad Donahue arrives a few hours later, with boxes of files. Brad Donahue briefly
describes an encounter at Lancaster Aviation, and demands payment of $400 as agreed. An
invoice is signed by all parties as proof of payment and the activity, and $400 in cash is paid to
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51. In the following weeks, Dave Austin, would later disclose to CATERBONE that
Brad Donahue was killed in a mysterious "Air-Accident", while over water, with
an unexplained and questionable flight chart.
52. CATERBONE solicits the legal services of Ric Fox, a Harrisburg attorney that has prepared
legal documents for the "Digital" Movie. Rio Fox flies his aircraft to the Cape May County
Airport, and arrives at CATERBONE 's house accompanied with another attorney Robert
Chercicoff. All of the recent activities were detailed and described concerning Financial
Management Group, Ltd.,; the "Digital Movie"; and the illegal repossession of the aircraft.
CATERBONE questioned Mr. Fox and his associate of any relationship with Commonwealth
Bank, which headquarters were also in Harrisburg, and both gave a very ambiguous answer. The
meeting ended with both attorneys failing to recognize or admit to any wrongdoing by any and
all related parties, and further demanding a $2,000 retainer fee to look further into the matters.
CATERBONE suspects the conspiracy theory again, especially in light of the acknowledged
relationship with Commonwealth Bank, and an indirect relationship with Robert Kauffman,
through Life Underwriters of Harrisburg, a joint venture arranged by CATERBONE some
months earlier. By July 5, CATERBONE had already made two legitimate attempts to solicit
legal aid for the unexplained events and circumstances, both of which were maliciously
sabotaged.
53. Ric Fox and Robert Chercicoff engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business
contracts, interference with business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up
CATERBONE ’S Federal False Claims Act complaint.
54. On July 6, 1987, In an effort to document the conspiracy theory, CATERBONE requests Tom
Caterbone to call Robert Kauffman, President, to inquire about the status of his affairs, and to
tape the conversation. Tom Caterbone identifies himself as John Green, a client of
CATERBONE's and Robert Kauffman, President, states the following: "CATERBONE has moved
his office to Stone Harbor, NJ.. he is not taking care of business, and I need to see to it that his
clients are taken care of for the time being.. he has been spending a lot of money, an airplane, a
place at the shore, and he seems to think that he is too important for his traditional clientele..
There is some history of mental disorders in his family history.. I can't come right out and say
that that is what's going on,.... I wish Stan would get some professional help.. However for the
time being, Stan is not taking care of business, and I need to be concerned for his clients.”
55. On July 6, 1987, CATERBONE telephones Dr. Al Schulz, psychiatrist at St. Joseph Hospital, and
client of CATERBONE's in order to thwart the allegations of insanity. Dr. Al Shulz had disclosed
that several persons, including Mary Lynn Dipaolo and Jere Sullivan had called him concerning
CATERBONE's behavior and activities.
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grandeur, and prescribed Lithium treatment, and to return to Lancaster for consultation.
CATERBONE insisted that the allegations were purely fabricated, and that no one had any legal
right to interfere with his business and or legal affairs, let alone his confidential medical records.
57. On July 6, 1987, CATERBONE contacts David Drubner, of Boston, Ma, a friend of
CATERBONE's brother’s Mike, and an attorney. During the conversation, David Drubner
questions CATERBONE about "taking some medication", and supports the allegations of
insanity.
58. On July 17, 1987 CATERBONE travels to Hollywood, California to meet and visit with Ted
Gamillion and Gamillion Studios (Film Studio), and Marcia Silen of Flatbush Films. Ted Gamillion
had previously solicited the consulting of CATERBONE in order to help reorganize the financing
of the film studio, after earlier arrangements in North Carolina had gone sour. CATERBONE had
spent several days visiting and touring the studio. Ted Gamillion agreed to allow CATERBONE to
represent the studio in order to secure the required financing. Ted Gamillion provided
CATERBONE with substantial amounts of confidential financial, legal, and tax documents for the
project.
59. During the visit, Marcia Silen had disclosed to CATERBONE that Scott Robertson had made
allegations of insanity about him (CATERBONE) to persons at Power Station Studios and and
Flatbush Films.
60. In the following days, CATERBONE had made numerous telephone calls to local, state, and
federal authorities, for intervention and help regarding all of the preceding events and
circumstances. The following is a brief description of each: Manheim Township Police
Department, responded "what bank branch repossessed your aircraft"; Pennsylvania State
Senator Gib Armstrong, responded, "I will call the Pa Attorney General's Office and have them
call you; the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Philadelphia-based field office; U.S.
Representative Robert Walker (R-Pa), a detailed and explicit conversation with Mrs. Robert
Walker, who would only advise CATERBONE to put his situation in writing and submit it to the
Congressman in his Washington, D. C. office. In addition: David Wouls (Executive Vice President
of the Lancaster chamber of Commerce & Industry), CATERBONE talked at length, and in
detail, making allegations of misconduct with members of the same; National Association of
securities Dealers (NASD), in Washington, D.C., CATERBONE discussed the securities related
violations. And also: the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), also in Washington, D.C., and
discussed securities laws violations; the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, of Harrisburg, Pa,
discussed the implications of CATERBONE's illegal lock-out, and his legal and formal positions,
including incorporating officer of Financial Management Group, Ltd., CATERBONE received no
support or follow-up communications concerning all of the above requests, despite his apparent
emotional duress, and extreme situation.
61. On July 2, 1987, CATERBONE negotiates with Romar Aviation to provide pilot; storage; and
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few hundred feet away. CATERBONE secures insurance and pays $1,000 to Romar Aviation for
the flight to Stone Harbor and insurance, which was conducted by Victor M. of Romar Aviation.
In addition, at the referral of Victor, CATERBONE calls Sam Goode, of Sam Goode Assoc., to
bind insurance for the aircraft. Sam Goode Binds the insurance and instruct CATERBONE to
mail a payment of $750. The conversation took place in Romar Aviation, at the time the $1,000
was paid to Victor. CATERBONE loads his aircraft with all of his personal and business files to
be transported to the Cape May County Airport, just a few miles outside of Stone Harbor, in the
morning of July 4.
62. In July and August of 1987 Mr. Robert Kauffman, President, had several meetings with Millard
Johnson, client of CATERBONE since 1982, in efforts to coerce Millard Johnson to provide false
statements to a bonding company that a legitimate loan from Millard Johnson to CATERBONE
was instead an act of embezzlement of $25,000 of funds that were transferred to CATERBONE
for an investment. Mr. Millard Johnson testified in person on September 29, 1987 before Mr.
Howard Eisler of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission in a recorded interview and attested to
the preceding. Mr. Millard Johnson refused and notified Mr. Robert Kauffman that his attempt was
a serious crime.
63. Mr. Kauffman and Mr. Michael Hartlett, a principal and partner of Financial Management Group,
Ltd., contracted with an insurance company on June 29, 1987 an errors and omissions insurance
policy for corporate officers of Financial Management Group, Ltd., in an effort to collude,
conspire, and defraud that insurance company of a claim, while at the same time committing
slander, libel, and conspiracy to extort CATERBONE ’s stock holdings, and all other business
interests.
64. On July 24, 1987, Michael M. Hartlett sends a letter to all creditors of Financial Management
Group, Ltd., informing them that stated the following: “CATERBONE is no longer an officer of
the corporation; he was removed from office on July 1, 1987; he had been purchasing items
under Financial Management Group, Ltd., and obtaining corporate discount and rates; and
formally notifying them that CATERBONE had never had the right to purchase items through
Financial Management Group, Ltd., or make corporate commitments on behalf of Financial
Management Group, Ltd., or contract or in any way obligate Financial Management Group, Ltd.,.”
65. Mr. Michael M. Hartlett engaged in slander, libel, defamation of character, conspiracy to commit
fraud, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, interference with business relations, and
interference with business contracts.
66. On July 7th, 1987, CATERBONE contacts the law firm of Capello & Foley, of Santa Barbara,
California. CATERBONE had conducted research (American Bar Association Journal) in "Lender
Liability", which had became a very popular legal issue, where banks participate in illegal
activities resulting in the financial ruin of it's borrowers. CATERBONE intended to file suit
against Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) for the illegal and unjustified repossession
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CATERBONE made arrangements to deliver supporting documents to the office in Santa
Barbara the following week, while visiting with Gamillion Studios, in Hollywood.
67. On July 8, 1987, A formal notification of the termination of CATERBONE 's Registered
Representative Securities license with the Planners Securities Group Inc., of Atlanta, GA is
received, with a "cc: Robert Kauffman".
68. Planners Securities Group, Inc., engaged in conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
conspiracy, fraud, libel, defamation of character, slander, Count IV - extortion, interference with
business relations, interference with business contracts, and had violated several anti-trust
violations.
69. No explanation was provided, or any reasons for the termination. CATERBONE ’s reprisal for
disclosing criminal activities to the proper authorities is that he will illegally loose his privilege to
sell securities without any merit.
70. On July 8, 1987, CATERBONE 's brothers, Steve, Phil, Mike, and Tom, arrive unexpectedly and
uninvited at the residence of CATERBONE 's in Stone Harbor, NJ, and refuse to leave until
CATERBONE agrees to take Lithium and return to Lancaster to undergo treatment by Dr. Al
Schulz, for mental illness.
71. Steve Caterbone, Phil Caterbone, Mike Caterbone, and Tom Caterbone had engaged in
conspiracy, libel, slander, defamation of character, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
interference with business relations, interference with business contracts, invasion of privacy,
and civil trespass.
72. On July 9th, 1987, CATERBONE receives a notice by regular 1st class mail from
Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) regarding the repossession of 9 days prior. The
following reasons are given for the repossession: Failure to provide adequate insurance;
Removal of aircraft from Lancaster Aviation; Intended plan to fly aircraft to Florida without prior
written notice.
73. Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank) engaged in violations of lender liability by not
providing advanced notice of the repossession with any opportunity for CATERBONE to cure
any legitimate deficiencies in the lending agreements.
74. On July 10, 1987, CATERBONE receives a formal notarized notification from Dr. and Mrs.
William Umiker of Financial Management Group, Ltd., removing CATERBONE as the former
Trustee for their Estates.
75. On July 10, 1987, Mr. Robert Kauffman also sends a personal letter to all of CATERBONE ’s
clients informing each and every one “ that he has moved to Stone Harbor, NJ; that he may not
handle investments at all; and that people close to CATERBONE had requested that he, Robert
Kauffman, personally service his clientele.
76. Robert Kauffman engaged in Count IV - extortion, fraud, libel, slander, defamation of character,
conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, interference with business relations, interference with
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77. On July 15, 1987 CATERBONE travels to Boston, Massachusetts to research lender liability and
other legal matters in a law library of Suffolk Community College.
78. On July 16, 1987, CATERBONE travels to New York, from Boston, MA, to visit with Bob Walters
of Power Station Studios, to discuss the allegations of Blackmail, and to find out who is involved,
including Scott Robertson and Power Station Studios.
79. On July 17, 1987, CATERBONE travels to Hollywood, California to meet and visit with Ted
Gamillion and Gamillion Studios (Film Studio), and Marcia Silen of Flatbush Films. Ted Gamillion
had previously solicited the consulting of CATERBONE in order to help reorganize the financing
of the film studio, after earlier arrangements in North Carolina had gone sour. CATERBONE
had spent several days visiting and touring the studio. Ted Gamillion agreed to allow
CATERBONE to represent the studio in order to secure the required financing. Ted Gamillion
provided CATERBONE with substantial amounts of confidential financial, legal, and tax
documents for the project. During the visit, Marcia Silen had disclosed to CATERBONE that
Scott Robertson had made allegations of insanity about him (CATERBONE ) to persons at Power
Station Studios and at Flatbush Films.
80. CATERBONE discusses the illegal repossession and other related matters, however during the
conversation, becomes suspicious when Bob Walters and Tony Bongiovi disclose that the "Digital"
Movie project is suddenly suspended until a later time.
81. On July 21, 1987, At 2:30 pm CATERBONE visits the law firm of Capello & Foley, in Santa
Barbara, California, and delivers 3 large blue binders for Diane Cambell and attorney Barry
Capello to review, concerning his allegations of dire violations of lender liability with specific
regards to the illegal repossession of his aircraft by Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon Bank).
CATERBONE research the law firm of Capello & Foley at the Suffolk law library and learned that
it was the leading law firm in the nation leading the way in violations of lender liability litigation.
82. The law firm of Capello & Foley and CATERBONE had numerous communications, although
there was never any commitment for representation by Capello & Foley, it is alleged that the law
firm engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business contracts, interference with
business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up CATERBONE ’S Federal False
Claims Act complaint by not acting in good faith with the solicitation of CATERBONE .
83. On July 24, 1987 CATERBONE conducts a three (3) hour meeting at his residence in Stone
Harbor, NJ, with attorney Lew Schweller regarding legal action concerning all events and
activities of the prior days and months. CATERBONE also gives Lew Schweller a $500.00
retainers fee, for his representation.
84. Lew Schweller engaged in conspiracy, collusion, interference with business contracts,
interference with business relations, and had attempted to thwart and cover-up CATERBONE ’S
Federal False Claims Act complaint.
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services of July 1 & 2, 1987.
86. On July 30, 1987, CATERBONE had paid $600 to Dr. Levine, a Psychiatrist from North field,
New Jersey, for an objective evaluation of his mental state of mind, in order to prove the
fabricated allegations of 'insanity". Dr. Levine had conducted a 2-hour meeting in his residence in
Stone Harbor, NJ, and required CATERBONE to complete the Minneapolis Multiphase
Personality Inventory (MMPI). CATERBONE completed the test, and immediately returned it to
Dr. Levine. After several weeks without any communications from Dr. Levine, CATERBONE had
called for the results. Dr. Levine had explained that he had conducted telephone interviews with
members of CATERBONE 's family, without notice or consent, in addition to the original request
of CATERBONE to conduct an objective and confidential examination. In addition, Dr. Levine
prescribed Lithium drug therapy, and disclosed a diagnosis of Bi-Polar Mood Disorder.
87. Dr. Levine engaged in Count IV - extortion, conspiracy to commit fraud, defamation of
character, slander, libel, and obstruction of justice.
88. On August 6, 1987, the law firm of Appel, Yost & Sorentino, of Lancaster, Pa., sends a formal
notice to CATERBONE , demanding the return of a facsimile machine leased from the ACM
Company of Lancaster, Pa. Attorney Appel advises CATERBONE that it is the property of
Financial Management Group, Ltd., and should be returned at once or legal action will follow.
89. Appel Yost & Sorentino and Attorney Appel engaged in fraud, collusion, libel, slander,
defamation of character, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, interference with business
relations, interference with business contracts.
90. On August 7, 2007 CATERBONE receives a Credit Report from the Credit Bureau of Lancaster
County as requested. The credit report up to the date of August 1, 1987 verifies and confirms
that his credit report was excellent, without any blemishes. The history of all accounts was "paid
within 30 days, or as agreed".
91. On August 8, 1987, John M. Wolf, Executive Vice President of Commonwealth National Bank
(Mellon Bank) sends CATERBONE a formal letter advising that the repossession of July 2, 1987
was both lawful and appropriate, and declines to accept a settlement of $5 million for lender
liability violations.
92. On August 10, 1987, CATERBONE receives a facsimile from the Board of Directors of Financial
Management Group, Ltd., signed by Robert Long as “The FMG Board of Directors” threatening to
file criminal charges for "embezzlement (we have checks to prove it), burglary, employee theft,
corporate opportunity and slander against our firm".
93. Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in obstruction of justice, in unfair competition,
wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery, undo
influence, conspiracy, embezzlement, Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of
character, wrongful interference with business relations, and violated several bylaws of Financial
Management Group, Ltd.,
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Caterbone, all brothers, arrive unexpectedly and uninvited to the residence of CATERBONE in
Stone Harbor. After several requests for the visitors to leave the premises are denied, several
brothers refuse to let CATERBONE leave the premises. CATERBONE flees, and the brothers
chase after him. CATERBONE runs into a neighbors house to ask to use the telephone to phone
the police. However, after realizing that he is scaring the occupants, he flees to the Stone Harbor
Police Department, a few blocks away, in an effort to obtain a restraining order and to lawfully
have the unwanted persons vacate his residence and personal property. Officer Steve Conners
and Officer Henry Stanford refuse the request, and hold CATERBONE in custody. After some
30 minutes, the officers, accompanied by Steve and Tom Caterbone, place CATERBONE into a
Police Cruiser and proceed to the Burdette Tomlin Hospital, in Stone Harbor. Upon arriving,
CATERBONE is interrogated and questioned extensively about a "gun". A hospital staffer then
accuses CATERBONE of an attempted suicide and keep him in custody for 4 or more hours. An
extensive mental health evaluation is performed by another hospital staffer. CATERBONE is
given an ultimatum of signing a contract in order to be released form the hospital, the contract
stated: "I Stanley J. Caterbone will not take my life tonight or at anytime".
95. Yolanda Caterbone, Steve Caterbone, Phil Caterbone, Mike Caterbone, Tom Caterbone engaged
in invasion of privacy, civil trespass, obstruction of justice, wrongful interference with contracts,
trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery, undo influence, conspiracy, embezzlement, Count
IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, wrongful interference with
business relations; and engaged in psychiatric abuse.
96. The Stone Harbor Police, James Warner (Current Executive Director of the Lancaster County
Solid Waste Management Authority) and Burdette Tomlin Hospital engaged in obstruction of
justice, wrongful interference with contracts, trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery, undo
influence, conspiracy, embezzlement, Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of
character, wrongful interference with business relations and engaged in psychiatric abuse.
97. On August 13, 1987, CATERBONE At approximately 9:30 am, CATERBONE returns to the
Burdette Tomlin Hospital to obtain a formal copy of the incident the preceding night. After some
arguments1 hospital officials provide explicit records of the event, including the following
summary: "Stan was brought to the ER (emergency room) by two brothers and police. Police
received a phone call from Jim Warner, (872-9081, friend staying at the Conestoga residence of
CATERBONE ), who told them he believed ‘Stan planned to take a gun, go to the beach & kill
himself’. Client denied any such statement, thoughts or plans. He has legal and difficult times,
financial deals which have fallen through; license to do financial planning (his business) revoked;
repossessed material goods (airplane); being blackmailed; and several major financial deals (in
which he had invested personal funds) fall through-but NO PROBLEMS! Denied any Depression”.
98. On August 14, 1987, the same family members again arrive unwanted at the residence of
CATERBONE in Stone Harbor, NJ. After another confrontation, similar to the incident of two
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a restraining order. However, en route, just a few blocks from the Avalon Police Station, an
Avalon Police cruiser pulls CATERBONE over and arrests him for the following violations:
99. Driving Beyond the speed limit.
100. Driving an unregistered vehicle (all required registration materials were in Lancaster, PA)
101. Containing an empty beer can in his vehicle (which was at .1 east three days old)
102. In addition, the Avalon Police Department repossessed his car and locked it in the Avalon
Police Department compound, which was his only means of transportation and communication
by car phone.
103. Again, Yolanda Caterbone, Steve Caterbone, Phil Caterbone, Mike Caterbone, Tom Caterbone
engaged in invasion of privacy, civil trespass, obstruction of justice, wrongful interference with
contracts, trespass to person, criminal trespass, forgery, undo influence, conspiracy,
embezzlement, Count IV - extortion, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, wrongful
interference with business relations; and engaged in psychiatric abuse.
104. The Avalon Police Department engaged in false arrest, false imprisonment, false statements,
civil conspiracy, malicious prosecution and/or malicious abuse of process claims arising out of
the charges and arrest; and (2) civil rights claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, arising out of the
Department's actions or inactions during court scheduled hearings in 1987.
105. On August 24, 1987, Robert Kauffman sends a letter to Millard Johnson, CATERBONE 's
client, regarding his previous intentions of paying the $25,000 demand note of CATERBONE to
Millard Johnson. Robert Kauffman had previously promised to pay the debt to Millard Johnson
during a meeting. Robert Kauffman, told Millard Johnson to contact the Financial Management
Group, Ltd., attorney, Craig Russell in order to file legal claim, and formally disclosed that he
would: “ no longer handle any discussions concerning Stanley J. Caterbone”. In the last
paragraph, Robert Kauffman discloses "attorney Mr. Patterson, no longer represents
CATERBONE family regarding his pending bankruptcy or guardianship". CATERBONE never
gave any legal jurisdiction or rights to any family member, has never filed for bankruptcy, was
not bankrupt, or even knew of an attorney named Mr. Patterson.
106. Robert Kauffman and Craig Russell engage in conspiracy to commit fraud, libel, slander,
defamation of character, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, and false statements.
107. On September 1, 1987, in an attempt to resolve issues, CATERBONE calls Financial
Management Group, Ltd., board member P. Alan Loss and requests a meeting with Robert. long
and Scott Robertson to explain allegations of misconduct of Robert Kauffman and Michael
Hartlett and the illegal lockout of CATERBONE . P. Alan Loss agrees and a meeting is set for
September 4, 1987 at 10:00 am in the aide Hickory Inn, a mile away from Financial
Management Group, Ltd., CATERBONE requests that the meeting be in the strictest of
confidence.
108. On September 3, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda sends CATERBONE a letter requesting
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109. CATERBONE calls Victor of Romar Aviation (no charge) to schedule a charter flight from Cape
May County Airport to the Lancaster Airport for September 3rd at approximately 2:00 pm, the
day before the meeting with Financial Management Group, Ltd., executives.
110. On September 3, 1987, Robert Kauffman calls detective Larry Sigler of the Manheim Township
Police Department to report an alleged Terroristic threat made two days prior, on September 1,
1987, by CATERBONE between the hours of 9:00 and 1 pm noontime. Detective Larry Sigler
issues a warrant for the arrest of CATERBONE with District Justice Murray Horton that was
issued at about the same time as the arrival of CATERBONE at Romar Aviation.

111. On September 3, 1987, Larry Sigler and the Manheim Township Police
Department engage in false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution
and/or malicious abuse of process claims arising out of the charges and arrest in
September 1987; and (2) civil rights claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, arising out
of the Department's actions or inactions in July and September 1987, and
January 1991.
112. On September 3, 1987, At approximately 3:00 pm Mary Lynn Dipaolo picks CATERBONE up
at Romar Aviation for a scheduled visit and dinner. After CATERBONE becomes annoyed at
Mary Lynn Dipaolo's unjustified allegations, CATERBONE borrows her car to go home to his
residence in Conestoga and to go play basketball.
113. On September 3, 1987, at approximately 7:00 pm, upon leaving the playground, he is
approached by Nancy Arment, Financial Management Group, Ltd., secretary, who is elaborated
and crying, asking "why are you doing this?".
114. Nancy Arment of Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in harassment and conspiracy to
commit Count IV - extortion.
115. On September 3, 1987, At approximately 9:00 pm, in an attempt to recover additional stolen
personal and business tiles, CATERBONE proceeds to the offices of Financial Management
Group, Ltd., where he is greeted by employee Stacy Waters and allowed to enter the building.
CATERBONE insists that Stacy Walters accompany him throughout the building as he recovers
files in the offices of Robert Kauffman, Michael Bartlett, and Robert Long. In addition retrieving
a Back-Up (Financial Management Group, Ltd., records and communications) copy of the
computer system which he integrated. Upon leaving, CATERBONE temporarily disconnect the
systems which he had integrated and developed for Financial Management Group, Ltd., which fall
under intellectual property rights. Stacy Walters assists CATERBONE in loading the tiles in his
automobile, and CATERBONE kisses Stacy Walters goodbye, and awaits for her safe return to
the building until leaving.
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influence, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, and wrongful interference with
business relations.
117. On September 4, 1987, after midnight, upon entering his residence, CATERBONE is taken
into custody by the Conestoga Police, and requests that the files that he had taken out of the
offices of Financial Management Group, Ltd., be taken along to prove his rights to the property,
and his position within the company. CATERBONE was then taken to the jurisdiction of
Manheim Township Police, at Where the New Danville Pike meets South Prince Street, where he
is arrested and taken into custody.
118. On September 4, 1987, at approximately 2:00 am, CATERBONE is arraigned before District
Justice Richard R. Reeser for the following charges: Terroristic threats; burglary; unlawful
restraint; unlawful use of computers; theft by unlawful taking; robbery; and criminal mischief.
119. Bail is set at $20,000 and CATERBONE is placed in the Lancaster County Prison. He was not
permitted to post real estate for bail.
120. The Manheim Township Police Department, Detective Larry Mathias and the Lancaster County
Prison engage in (1) assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution
and/or malicious abuse of process claims arising out of the charges and arrest in September
1987; and (2) civil rights claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, arising out of the Department's actions
or inactions in July and September 1987, and January 1991.
121. September 5, 1987 - The Lancaster New Era and the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal
report the alleged crimes, reporting that CATERBONE is an ax-employee; that Financial
Management Group, Ltd., sustained $60,000 because of his actions; and that he threatened 2
female employees.
122. The Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., engaged in libel, slander, defamation of character, conspiracy
to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, conspiracy to commit obstruction of
justice.
123. The entire arrests and reports fail to acknowledge that CATERBONE is an individual lessee of
the property, and in accordance with law, still holds all of his offices of PING, Ltd., and is the
founder of the company. The above incident further facilitates the ongoing conspiracy, and
publicly discredits CATERBONE in every way, financially, professionally, and most importantly
conveniently supports the continued allegations of insanity.
124. On September 6, 1987, all attempts to post bail are denied. Robert Beyer appears for
visitation at the Lancaster county prison, completely unexpectedly and unsolicited. Robert Beyer
offers his services and representation with regards to only defending the criminal charges.
125. On September 9, 1987, CATERBONE is given an ultimatum by the Lancaster county prison
authorities, Robert Bayer, Yolanda Caterbone, and Mary Lynn Dipaolo of posting the required bail
only if CATERBONE voluntarily admits himself into the Psychiatric Unit of St. Joseph Hospital,
or remains in the Lancaster County prison.
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127. On September 9, 1987, Yolanda Caterbone, Robert Beyer, and Mary Lynn Dipaolo engage in
conspiracy to commit fraud, false statements, and conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
obstruction of justice, and false imprisonment.
128. On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE questions the legality of the ultimatum for posting
bail, and upon learning that it is unlawful, arranges for his discharge - Upon his discharge, the
St. Joseph Hospital administrators learn that Financial Management Group, Ltd., had terminated
his health insurance, and demand payment of $3, 064.60 for the six days of hospitalization.
CATERBONE is not able to pay, and leaves the hospital and returns to his residence of
Conestoga, PA.
129. St. Joseph Hospital engaged in collusion to commit fraud, Count IV - extortion, libel, slander,
and defamation of character, false imprisonment, obstruction of justice, and false statements.
130. On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE receives an invoice from St. Joseph Hospital for
$3,064.00.
131. On September 16, 1987, CATERBONE receives a call from Howard Eisler, an Investigator for
the Pennsylvania Securities Commission who requests a meeting with CATERBONE . A meeting
is scheduled for September 29, and CATERBONE arranges for Robert Beyer and Millard
Johnson to attend.
132. On September 21, 1987, ISC and the British Ferranti firm agree in principal to merge, creating
what appeared to be a $1.5 billion defense/electronics conglomerate, after six months of
negotiations.
133. On September 22, 1987,CATERBONE and James Warner settle on the real estate deal, of
433 w. Marion Street, which CATERBONE had sold to James Warner, at a distressed price,
which still yielded a profit. The profits of the transaction were paid directly to Millard Johnson,
with CATERBONE getting none of the proceeds. Millard Johnson’s funds were extorted by
Commonwealth National Bank and Lancaster Aviation.
134. The parties engaged in Count IV - extortion of funds, collusion to commit fraud, and civil
conspiracy.
135. On September 25, 1987, Art Kerst visits CATERBONE at his residence and accuses him and
his cousin of being connected with the Mafia, and conspiring together, in order to provide the
financing of the $50 million shopping center in Florida, that was originally owned by the
Fisher/Sponougle Group, and diverting the profits of the deal away from him (Art Kerst) and the
Fisher Sponougle Group.
136. CATERBONE becomes infuriated, not only at the absurd allegation, but the timing, when in
fact CATERBONE had bean fighting for his life for the past 4 months, and to even consider
such activities would be insane.
137. On September 29, 1987, Howard Eisler conducts a meeting at the Residence of CATERBONE ,
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138. Howard Eisler was not able to provide a believable explanation of what he was investigating or
why he had contacted CATERBONE . CATERBONE explains all of the circumstances regarding
his prior meeting with ISC/Chem Con executive Larry Resch, and details his allegations of
wrongdoing of James Guerin/ISC/Chem Con6 and the discussions of that meeting on June 23,
1987, with ISC executive Larry Resch. CATERBONE also discloses his ISC stock holdings, and
his relationships with ISC and Chem Con associates.
139. Howard Eisler, the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, and the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania engaged in a cover-up, obstruction of justice, public corruption, collusion and
conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion.
140. Millard Johnson testifies to Howard Eisler during the meeting regarding a previous meeting in
August with Robert Kauffman, where Robert Kauffman tried to persuade Millard Johnson to
fabricate a story that a legitimate personal loan of $25,000 to CATERBONE in June of 1987,
was instead intended for investment and embezzled by CATERBONE . Robert Kauffman wanted
Millard Johnson to support this story to authorities. CATERBONE spent more than 4 hours
explaining and detailing all of his allegations and business activities including how he founded
and built Financial Management Group, Ltd.,; his mortgage banking activities; the illegal
repossession of his aircraft; all of the fabricated arrests; and the chronology of events after the
June 23 meeting with ISC executive Larry Resch. Howard Eisler ended the meeting and
requested copies of documents from CATERBONE .
141. On September 1987, Scott Robertson, begins work with American Helix founder, David Dering,
to secure financing for the venture and manufacturing facility to manufacture CD Audio & CD-
ROM Compact Discs, an extension of the "Digital" technologies activities of CATERBONE .
142. David Dering solicited Financial Management Group, Ltd., to provide help in securing the
necessary $5 million of capital required .for the venture. David Dering was referred to Financial
Management Group, Ltd., by Norris Boyd (Financial Management Group, Ltd., shareholder) and
Bob Fogarty, who had previously been working with CATERBONE on various financing
arrangements. It was CATERBONE that elected to allow both Scott Robertson and Rob Long to
participate in the venture capital markets. Scott Robertson would later conduct negotiations with
High Industries, Inc., to provide the entire $5 million financial package. Scott Robertson also was
named executive Vice President of American Helix Technology Corporation, and would resign
from Financial Management Group, Ltd., in order pursue the venture on a full time basis.
143. David Deering, Scott Robertson, and Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in collusion
and conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion, and violated several anti-trust violations.
144. James Boyer, formerly the lead recording engineer for Billy Joel, was also recruited to form the
principals of American Helix, consisting of Dave Dering, Scott Robertson, and James Boyer In
mid December of 1990, David Dering will confirm the above formation of American Helix to
CATERBONE , after CATERBONE alleges violations at the 1934 Sherman Antitrust Act,
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Robertson, Robert Long, and High Industries, as well as criminal conspiracy, of all parties
concerned in the destruction of his business affairs that began in June at 1987.
145. On October 2, 1987, District Justice Murray Horton conducts a preliminary hearing for all
criminal charges against CATERBONE . Attorney Robert Beyer refuses to discuss any issues
regarding his individual lease of the Financial Management Group, Ltd., offices, or any issues
resulting in the illegal activities of anyone other than CATERBONE District Justice Murray
Horton orders CATERBONE to defend all of the criminal charges in the next term of criminal
court in Lancaster County. CATERBONE ordered to be bound over for the next term of criminal
court of Lancaster County and remain free on bail.
146. District Justice Murray Horton engaged in obstruction of justice, collusion and conspiracy to
commit Count IV - extortion, public corruption, and violated several anti-trust violations
147. On October 4, 1987, CATERBONE meets with high school classmate and attorney Mike
McDonald at CATERBONE 's residence, to discuss legal action and recourse against all involved.
Mike McDonald accepts the case, and CATERBONE provides all of the relevant information and
documentation.
148. Mike McDonald will engage in negligence, and collusion to commit Count IV - extortion.
149. On October 12, 1987, CATERBONE travels to New York city to the offices of Intercon Special
Services (white collar crime detective agency) in order to attempt to obtain assistance in all of
the circumstances. Intercon Special Services, which is staffed with ax FBI agents, estimates that
the services would cost at least $25,000.
150. On October 16, 1987, CATERBONE survives a near death collision on the New Danville Pike,
when a driver ran through a stop sign at the intersection of Long Lane, while traveling at a speed
of 45 mph. The driver hit CATERBONE 's Jeep Cherokee directly in the passenger’s door,
sending CATERBONE in a free tall, spinning a full 180 degrees and landing upside down in a
field, facing the opposite direction. CATERBONE was trapped in the car, while a passerby
attempted to brake the windshield to get him out. CATERBONE 's car was completely
demolished, and he sustained a whiplash. CATERBONE was now without any means of
transportation, in addition to all of his other mitigating circumstances.
151. On October 18, 1987, The Unemployment Compensation Review Board formally and officially
decides against a claim for benefits by CATERBONE and cites misconduct and wrongdoing as
the reasons; states that CATERBONE managed the day to day operations, and used the false
arrests as the reason to deny benefits.
152. The Pennsylvania Unemployment Office of the Department of Public Welfare committed fraud,
and were negligence in providing benefits.
153. On October 27, 1987, Lancaster Aviation files a civil suit with District Justice Murray Horton for
alleged unpaid bills of some $5,000.
154. In late October or early November, CATERBONE was driving in the Southern end of the
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evening, and the roads were deserted in this rural area. CATERBONE began turning, not going
in any particular direction. The ensuing vehicle kept following, and CATERBONE quickly found
himself in a high-speed car chase, that lasted at least 30 minutes. Finally, CATERBONE arrived
near Millersville, and was able to loose the vehicle.
155. On November 9, 1987, CATERBONE visits with Parent Federal Savings and Loan's president,
John Depatto, to discuss him problems in meeting his current mortgage payments. John Depatto
immediately disclosed to CATERBONE that foreclosure proceedings have officially begun, and
that the full loan of approximately $110,000 is immediately due. CATERBONE stands up from
the conference table and declares, "You tell Mr. James Guerin he is in trouble", and abruptly
walks out of the offices.
156. John Depatto engaged in collusion to commit Count IV - extortion, and conspiracy to commit
fraud.
157. On November 11, 1987, CATERBONE meets with representatives of Tabor Community
Services, of Lancaster, Pa, in order to formally apply for assistance to the Pennsylvania
Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Fund, in order to subsidize his monthly mortgage payments,
in an effort to avoid becoming homeless. CATERBONE supplies Tabor community services with
financial data and supportive documents relating to his circumstances, which must be found to
be out of the applicants control in order for financial assistance.
158. On November 18, 1987, ISC-Ferranti settlement takes place with Guerin becoming the deputy
chairman of Ferranti and exchanges his is million shares of ISC stock for over 32.2 million shares
of Ferranti stock.
159. On November 19, 1987, CATERBONE contacts attorney Jeff Jamounou of McNeese, Wallice,
and Nurick, who CATERBONE retained as legal counsel for the security law, and demanded a
legal opinion as to the offices that CATERBONE formerly held, including his Financial
Management Group, Ltd., Board of Directors seat. Jeff Jamounou disclosed that he no longer
represented Financial Management Group, Ltd., in that capacity, and that Craig Russell was the
attorney now handling issues such as that.
160. On November 23, 1987, A Referees Decision by the unemployment Compensation Review
Board upholds a recent decision to deny CATERBONE from collecting any benefits, again citing
misconduct and wrongdoing. CATERBONE calls Howard Eisler, of the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission and demands an explanation for not returning to obtain any documents as promised
in the meeting of September 29th. The phone call was recorded.
161. On November 25, 1987, CATERBONE receives a letter from the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission, Howard Eisler, citing a misunderstanding and lack of communication, and now
requests that CATERBONE submit a written complaint of all allegations discussed in the
meeting of September 29, 1987.
162. On November 30, 1987, CATERBONE fears that the conspiracy now involves local and state
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Allentown, PA to be transferred to microfiche in order to preserve the authenticity of the
documents.
163. CATERBONE feared that an attempt would be made to destroy all incriminating evidence,
and given the number of documents, and the lack of money, their safekeeping was becoming at
great risk.
164. For security reasons, and to remain anonymous, CATERBONE uses the Global Entertainment
Group, Ltd., company for the transaction with the Good Sheppard Industrial Services company.
165. On November 26, 1987 , CATERBONE visits the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in
Lancaster, to file a formal complaint to the White Collar Crime Division. CATERBONE was
treated as if he was making the entire story up, and received no help.
166. On December 1, 1987, In continuing the efforts of the intervention of authorities,
CATERBONE visits the PA State Capitol building and personally delivers documents to the
offices of: Pennsylvania Governor Casey; the Pennsylvania Securities Commission; and Financial
Management Group, Ltd., attorney Jeffrey Jamounou of McNeese, Wallice, & Nurick, all of
Harrisburg, PA. During the same day, at a press conference being held by Mark Singleton,
CATERBONE approaches State Senator Sib Armstrong and Sen. Armstrong refused to talk and
literally ran away in the middle of the State Capitol.
167. On December 4, 1987, Financial Management Group, Ltd., holds its first annual shareholders
meeting, for the year ended June 30, 1987, at the Treadway Resort Inn (Eden Resort Inn owned
by Drew Anthon). In an effort to promote propaganda against CATERBONE , and to support
the fabricated allegations of insanity, Financial Management Group, Ltd., president hired armed
security personnel to guard the doorways of the meeting, insinuating that the meeting was
under a threat of violence, and to collaborate his recent allegations of Terroristic threats, which
CATERBONE was previously arrested and awaiting trial.
168. Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in libel, slander, and defamation of character.
169. On December 17, 1987, The United States Postal Inspector acknowledges receipt of formal
complaint from CATERBONE regarding executives from Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
illegally changing or address; opening of confidential personal and business mail; and
withholding and possibly destroying confidential personal and business mail at CATERBONE 's
leased property of 1755 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, PA, also the headquarters of Financial
Management Group, Ltd.,.
170. On January 15, 1988, CATERBONE drives to San Diego, California, and meets with attorney
Sandra Gray, and International Signal & Control, Plc., uses his dire illegalities and to find access
to due process of the law. In an effort to avoid the political consequences of obtaining legal
counsel, CATERBONE thought that it would be easier to find adequate and effective counsel
from out of state. In addition, CATERBONE needed some time away from his persecutors.
171. On January 26, 1988, the Pennsylvania Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program
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terminated from job Financial Management Group, Ltd.,), therefore was not suffering from
circumstances beyond his control".
172. On March 14, 1988, CATERBONE is served notice by Lancaster Constables regarding
Parent Federal .Guerin' Bank) v. CATERBONE Mortgage Foreclosure of his residence at 2323
New Danville Pike, Conestoga, PA.
173. On May 1988, CATERBONE is forced to sell his residence, and subdues to the undo influence
that he was responsible for all circumstances, and moves to Florida with his brother.
174. On October 23, 1988 CATERBONE , destitute, without a personal residence, automobile, or
any income, and with accumulated debts of more than $65,000 from all related incidents in the
1987 "Blackmail", sells his Financial Management Group, Ltd., holdings to Robert Kauffman and
is given $72,000 in proceeds at settlement. This by and of itself will be proven to be Count IV -
extortion. Robert Kauffman was in fear of CATERBONE exercising his large voting rights in the
upcoming Financial Management Group, Ltd., annual shareholders meeting, which included the
election off Financial Management Group, Ltd., Board of Directors. CATERBONE had
approximately 19% of the outstanding shares of Financial Management Group, Ltd., and had the
potential to vote someone of his selection to a Board seat. Scott Robertson had solicited the deal
for both parties, and acted as negotiator for both.
175. On November 23, 1988 CATERBONE completes a management-consulting proposal for Scott
Robertson, Tony Bongiovi, and American Helix for Power Station Studios of New York. Scott
Robertson had solicited CATERBONE to New York to review the current management and to
author a proposal to help Tony Bongiovi manage the recording studio and all special projects.
CATERBONE spent time in New York and interviewed the Power Station management team and
personnel. The Digital Movie, “Mutant Mania” project had already been terminated in 1987.
176. On March 13, 1989, Scott Robertson, cofounder and executive vice president of American
Helix Technology Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of High Industries, Inc., of Lancaster,
Pa, recruits CATERBONE for marketing help. CATERBONE accepts a weekly consulting
contract, with no long-term commitment, in light of his efforts with Radio Science Laboratories,
Inc., Scott Robertson wanted CATERBONE to help develop the new and emerging CD-ROM
business, which was essentially "Digital" technologies. American Helix was one of 10 domestic
manufacturing facilities located in the continental U.S., for the production of CD-Audio
International Signal & Control, Plc., (CD's or Compact International Signal & Control, Plc.,), and
one of only a few CD-ROM manufacturers.
177. On April 17, 1989, CATERBONE incorporates Radio Science Laboratories, Inc., to further his
interest in microwave technologies, and the telecommunications industry. The company is a
venture with James & Lynn Cross, both capable design engineers with over 30 years experience.
The company was trying to secure financing for the development of a manufacturing enterprise
for Low Noise Amplifiers, or LNA's as they are commonly referred.
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PLC., attorney, sues Guerin for $2 million, the balance Clark claims is owed him in a $2.75
million settlement (over an employment dispute) accepted by Guerin in March. Joe Roda is legal
counsel for William Clark. Joe Roda was the first attorney that CATERBONE had gone to for
help, who told CATERBONE to “quit fabricating things”.
179. On July 19, 1989, CATERBONE , Scott Robertson, and American Helix agree on a one year
employment contract, which American Helix will never fulfill in its entirety, and will be terminated
in the following April.
180. On October 10, 1989, British Labor unions urge Ferranti to drop all INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL &
CONTROL, PLC., related companies, claiming job loss in Scotland alone could exceed 8,000
workers.
181. On October 16, 1989 , A 1987 report commissioned by Sebastian de Ferranti surfaces
showing that the company bearing his family's name was cautioned not to merge with
INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL & CONTROL, PLC., by Lazard Brothers. Ferranti chairman, Sir
Derek,Alun Jones comes under tire by stockholders who demand his resignation during the
company's annual meeting in London.
182. On October 24, 1989 , Scotland Yard joins the U.S. in the Guerin probe. Federal agents will
travel to London in January to coordinate the investigation.
183. On November 1989, Ferranti begins firing INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL & CONTROL, PLC.,
executives still within the company.
184. On December 1, 1989, Ferranti sues Guerin and three former INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL &
CONTROL, PLC., executives, including Larry Resch, for $198 million each, claiming all of
INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL & CONTROL, PLC., worth was a sham built on bogus contracts.
185. On April 1990, The American Helix Board of Directors, lead by S. Dale High/High Industries,
vote to terminate Scott Robertson of American Helix, continue the financing of the CD-ROM
business which CATERBONE was directly managing. The joint venture agreement with
Network Technologies, or Washington, D.C., had lost an estimated $450,000 in the past 9
months, and the technologies, which were to be delivered, had proven to be worthless. Scott
Robertson had solicited, negotiated, and administer the deal, CATERBONE had raised serious
concerns at to the capabilities of the technologies, the business, and Network Technologies, early
in the project. High Industries then conducted several meetings with CATERBONE to purchase
the business, however, CATERBONE had told the executive in a meeting on Good Friday, that
he was solely responsible for any business that was left, and any there was no real value. High
Industries agreed to pay CATERBONE his weekly consulting tee only until June 30, in hopes of
negotiating an agreement to keep American Helix in the CD-ROM business, which was only
feasible with CATERBONE , because of his knowledge and expertise in "Digital" technologies.
186. On May 5, 1990, CATERBONE is awarded his first government contract for CD-ROM
technologies with the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST), of Gaithersburg,
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Institute of Health (NIH), of Bethesda, Maryland. Because of the technological complexities of
the project surrounding the UNIX system environment, Phillips DuPont (PSO) was the only other
competitor in the U.S.. Computer Scientist, John Garofolo, will coordinate the project, which is
responsible for the research and development of speech recognition systems for the Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agency Information Science and Technology Office (DARPA-ISTO)
The Automated Speech Recognition Group, will supervise the project for MIST. The group will
develop CD-ROM'S containing speech corpora for the scientific I community, including:
Massachusetts institute of Technology (MIT); Texas instruments (TI); SRI International; and
other academic institutions.
187. On May 21, 1990 CATERBONE and American Helix Technology Corporation, represented by
David D. Dering, sign an agreement authorizing CATERBONE and Advanced Media Group to
continue all CD-ROM activities and to market the services to the markets-at-large.
188. On October 1, 1990 CATERBONE and American Helix Technology Corporation, represented
by David D. Dering, sign another agreement authorizing CATERBONE and Advanced Media
Group to continue all CD-ROM activities with an agreement for payments from all activities.
CATERBONE was afforded office space, secretarial, office supplies, marketing materials, and
the continuation of all support personnel of American Helix without expense to CATERBONE .
CATERBONE was entitled to represent all CD-ROM services to the markets-at-large.
CATERBONE was to be paid on all replication, premastering, and mastering charges to the
clients. All other services were billed directly by CATERBONE . The contract and agreement
will continue until the negotiation of another agreement is reached and agreed upon. Both
David D. Dering and CATERBONE have signed and executed the agreement. The agreement
was dated and signed on November 2, 1990. All previous invoices and work by CATERBONE
was grandfathered into this agreement.
189. On October 11, 1990, Department of Justice claims proceeds from the sale of his Naples
home after paying the $600,000 outlined in his guilty plea agreement to the Justice Department.
Ferranti has asked the court to assist in collecting over $189 million from Guerin, an amount
awarded the firm by a British court when it said Guerin failed to convince the court he had
nothing to do with the 31 billion fraud. CATERBONE begins to organize. all relevant documents,
stored in some 30 boxes, regarding all circumstances involving the "1987" blackmail and
criminal conspiracy, in hopes of finally resolving all outstanding issues, by taking action tar legal
recourse. In response from the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, CATERBONE had
rescinded efforts for due process immediately after loosing his home and businesses. In similar
matter of being “brainwashed”, CATERBONE was fearful of pursuing due process of the law in
fear of continuing reprisals, intimidation, and retaliation. However, upon the public disclosure of
the Federal courts indictments into illegal ISC activities, CATERBONE began to review his case,
and find distinct and substantiated activities associated directly to his disclosure of fraud within
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190. On January 9, 1991 Lt. Madenspacher of the Manhiem Township Police Department call
CATERBONE at his lab/office in him home at approximately 2:00 pm. Lt. Madenspacher
explains that he had received a copy of the letter to the Department of Defense, that Detective
Larry Mathias had forwarded to him. Lt. Madenspacher questioned his motives of the letter and
stated: "What are you going to do.. We (Manhiem Township Police Department) just don't want
to see a multi-million do00000000023llar law suit come down our way.." CATERBONE
responded, "You know that I was an individual leassee of that property, and in addition I had
never resigned any offices or my Board of Director's seat of Financial Management Group,
Ltd., .. You also know that I had met with Larry Resch of ISC on June 2S, 1987, and that I made
allegations of misconduct.." Lt. Madenspacher responded, "We were forced into that (the arrests
of CATERBONE on Sept. , 1987), we were caught between a rock and a hard place, we were
forced into that". Lt. Madenspacher then changed the subject to "Digital" technologies, and
described the activities of the police department of using the same in the telephone surveillance
of criminal suspects. Lt. Madenspacher then requested to meet with CATERBONE .
CATERBONE agreed, however due to his current busy schedule, confirmed he would contact
him later to schedule a meeting.
191. On January 10, 1991 CATERBONE sends a letter to Lt. Madenspacher of the Manheim
Township Police Department, to schedule a meeting for Thursday, Jan. 17th at 3:00 pm, at his
office at American Helix Technology Corporation, at the Green field Corporate Park.
CATERBONE requested a response only if the time was in conflict of his schedule.
192. ON January 17, 1991 Lt. Madenspacher fails to show up for the scheduled meeting with
CATERBONE at Amen can Helix, and never contacted him before that date to change the
meeting, or called to apologize for not being able to keep the prior commitment.
193. On January 18, 1991 CATERBONE sends documents concerning the Blackmail" of 1987
to several reporters of the Lancaster Newspapers,: Tim MeKeele; Earnest Schriber; and Thomas
Planner. Tim MeKeele also received a tape with some excerpts of the September 29, 1987
meeting with the PA Securities Commission, where CATERBONE discusses allegations of
misconduct against J. Guerin and ISC.
194. On January 19, 1991 CATERBONE , Al Thornburg, with Dave Dering. On Saturday morning,
CATERBONE went to the American Helix facility to pick up some computer hardware. Upon
attempting to unlock the side door entrance with his 24-hour access security card, the door
would not unlock. Assuming something may have been wrong with the security system,
CATERBONE drove to the residence of Al Thornburg (former SONY DADC engineer from Terre
Huette, Indiana), the engineer for American Helix. CATERBONE asked Al to drive over to see if
his access card was operable. CATERBONE and Al Thornburg entered the building with Al
Thornburg's access card and found that his access card was inoperable throughout the building.
Al then said, "Stan, your locked out". CATERBONE said, "I was in here until 5: 00pm last
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and said "Let's go. I don't want to be arrested for burglary, like I was 3 years ago. I don't know
what the Hell is going on".
195. As CATERBONE and Al Thornburg left the computer room, Dave Dering appeared. This was
quite unusual, since Al Thornburg and CATERBONE often work on Saturdays, and Dave Dering
had not been in the plant on a Saturday for the past few months. CATERBONE said to Dave
"Dave, why am I locked out?" He said "talk to Jim Boyer". CATERBONE , quite emphatically
said, "why am I locked out?". "Stan, you'll have to talk to Jim". CATERBONE said, "Dave, you
are the president, my contract is with you, not Jim Boyer". Dave said "Now, Stan, just calm
down. This isn't a conspiracy against CATERBONE ." CATERBONE told Al “I'm getting out of
here. CATERBONE and Al Thornburg left the building, and Al was especially suspicious of the
events and especially why suddenly Dave Dering showed up at the building on that particular
Saturday, only moments after we arrived at the building.
196. On January 21, 1991 CATERBONE Faxed a letter to David D. Dering, afraid of the "LOCKOUT"
and the lack of any events or activities that would explain such a drastic and damaging action of
American Helix citing Dave Dering in breach of CATERBONE ’S business agreement and in
conspiracy to eliminate or sabotage CATERBONE ’S business and reputation. The fax also
contained a cc: to High executives, that was never sent.
197. On January 22, 1991 CATERBONE and Dave Dering Dave Dering had a telephone
conversation; "Stan, how did you get in here last night?". Stan "Dave, what are you talking
about?, I won't go near that building, the last time I went back into my own building after being
illegally locked out, I ended up in jail". Dave Dering " How did you get in here and steal your
fax?". CATERBONE replied, “Dave, why would I want to steal the fax that I wrote?" Dave
Dering "You have caused a big problem. You put me in a difficult position — I don't know if I can
rectify things with the 'High's' and especially Allon Lefevre. I always went to bat for you — how
do I trust you?" A meeting was set up for 6:00 pm later that day.
198. January 22, 1991 CATERBONE met with Dave Dering and he gave three (3) reasons for the
"LOCKOUT", although never willing to engage in any real conversations relating to those issues:
199. The computer system went down, causing a problem in the security system.
200. Jim Boyer did not reinstall CATERBONE ’S access identification number for the security
system.
201. Jim Boyer was to talk to CATERBONE on Friday, the day before the Lockout, concerning
eliminating your access to the facility.
202. Dave Dering said "Jim Boyer said that he can take over the CD-ROM business — no problem".
Dave Dering talked about trust and who to trust. Dave Dering reluctantly agreed to continue the
business relationship and adhere to the agreements, however' only on an arms length basis.
CATERBONE was no longer allowed in the building except during normal business hours.
CATERBONE was no longer to have a private office.
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and never addressed the reasons as to why there was any reason to modify the agreement
concerning my business American Helix that was established back in June of 1990. There were
no disputes, activities, or conversations that gave any indication that American Helix, Dave
Dering, or Jim Boyer intended to change or modify our relationship.
204. On January 24, 1991: CATERBONE met with Allon Lefevre (Executive Vice President of High
Industries responsible for overseeing all subsidiaries). CATERBONE called a meeting Allon
Lefevre to discuss the following:
205. The R.R. Donnelly merger and acquisition of American Helix.
206. The "LOCKOUT".
207. Allon Lefevre asked questions regarding CATERBONE ’S contact with R.R. Donnelly and Barry
Click (President of R.R. Donnelly GeoSystems, former MAPQUEST). CATERBONE quickly made
it clear that Barry Click contacted CATERBONE in December after seeing CATERBONE ’S
advertisement in the CD-ROM Enduser magazine, published by Linda Helgerson. Barry Glick was
elated to see someone in the local area that was involved with CD-ROM technologies and asked
to visit with CATERBONE . Allon asked many questions about Donnelly and Barry Click.
CATERBONE made it clear that during the visit, and from the discussions regarding the
strategic plan of Donnelly, CATERBONE suggested that there might be an opportunity for a
merger or acquisition with American Helix. CATERBONE also discussed the capabilities for the
facility to be a dedicated CD-ROM manufacturing facility. CATERBONE notified Allon Lefevre
that Barry Glick was awaiting a call from CATERBONE the next day concerning the appropriate
contact to discuss the subject of an acquisition. Allon assured CATERBONE that the High's
would not contact Donnelly directly and would await a call from Barry Click.
208. Regarding the "LOCKOUT" CATERBONE gave the three reasons that Dave Dering had
provided during our meeting a few days before to Allon Lefevre. CATERBONE told Allon that
after "CATERBONE had built a strong foundation for the CD-ROM business — everybody
suddenly wants it back, six months ago, nobody wanted anything to do with it, not to mention
the capital that CATERBONE had invested in it".
209. Allon Lefevre was only concerned with why CATERBONE had sent the Fax. "Why did you
send the Fax? I just don't understand why you sent the Fax". Allon was not concerned with or
wanted to discuss the issue of why CATERBONE was "LOCKED OUT". Allon asked CATERBONE
the problems surrounding American Helix and what solutions CATERBONE thought could help
restore the company to stability. CATERBONE discussed the lack of systems, the lack of a
strong business foundation, and most Importantly the lack of management. He asked
CATERBONE about Dave Dering and CATERBONE responded, "Dave Dering is an engineer,
not a manager, he has no real management skills". Allon then asked me how to approach the
meeting with Donnelly. CATERBONE suggested that they just sit and listen to their ideas.
CATERBONE asked Allon to assure me that this meeting would be kept confidential between
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gong to get in the middle of the two of us".
210. February 15, 1991 CATERBONE met with Jim Tritch & Allon Lefevre. Allon Lefevre had
requested a meeting to be certain that CATERBONE was not representing the High's or
American Helix. CATERBONE had told Allon that CATERBONE was not concerned with the
merger issue, that the Advanced Media Group was continuing discussions with Barry Click on
various information technologies, which were strictly my business. CATERBONE also informed
him that Barry Click had told me "Stan, we are quite honestly more interested in you rather than
the facility or American Helix". CATERBONE also informed Allon that Barry asked if
CATERBONE would make a trip the Chicago, the corporate headquarters to discuss the
technologies and specifically the manufacturing technologies of CD-ROM.
211. CATERBONE made it perfectly clear that the two (2) contacts for a merger or acquisition that
CATERBONE had provided to the High's were contacts that approached CATERBONE .
CATERBONE also notified Lefevre and Tritch that Dave Dering had requested CATERBONE to
look for a joint venture partner as far back as November. CATERBONE also made it perfectly
clear that CATERBONE would not solicit any leads: unless CATERBONE was to be
compensated. Alien Lefevre suggested that it may help CATERBONE to look for contacts, and
CATERBONE quite emphatically restated my contentions that CATERBONE would not do any
work without compensation.
212. Jim Tritch acknowledged that CATERBONE was the only person responsible for the
development of the CD-ROM business, and the only person with any real technical expertise in
information technologies and CD-ROM, and that neither American Helix nor High Industries had
the capabilities to manufacture CD-ROMs without CATERBONE . Jim Tritch also admitted that
the Advanced Media Group, Ltd., would have to be a purchased separately in the case of any
merger or acquisition of American Helix. Jim Tritch also stated that in his initial meeting with
Donnelly that they like me and wanted to continue to work toward a business relationship. Both
Allon and Jim stated that they would like to continue to work with me in the CD-ROM business.
213. On February 15, 1991 American Helix conducted a Staff Meeting. Through an employee that
was present during the meeting, CATERBONE had learned that Dave Dering "spent 20 minutes
"slimming", or slandering and defaming the character of CATERBONE , and called CATERBONE
“a RUNAWAY EX-CONVICT THAT WOULD END UP IN JAIL SOON". Dave Dering also told the
group that CATERBONE had almost ruined the company, and CATERBONE should not be
trusted. CATERBONE was also informed the previous day that David Dering was telling persons
that the reason that CATERBONE was out of town in December was because "CATERBONE
was on the run from authorities".
214. CATERBONE was in Captiva, Florida, scanning documents and indexing the CD-ROM “AMG
Legal Prototype Disc” concerning the ISC “Cover-UP”.
215. On January 19, 1991 High Industries American Helix illegally and without notice locks
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joint venture agreement with CATERBONE and his Advanced Media Group, Ltd., for his digital
technologies business. This "Lock-Out" was similar to that of Financial Management Group, Ltd.,
on July 1, 1987. Again conveniently when CATERBONE had raised issues and allegations
involving Guerin and ISC.
216. On January 21, 1991 In fear and confused about his involvement, and in respect to the
massive fraud of the ISC/Ferranti merger, CATERBONE sends a package to Ferranti’s legal
counsel in England by way of United Postal Service' Overnight International Delivery Service
(Tracking Number 1773 0619 670).CATERBONE was in fear that a potential "Cover-Up" by U.S.
authorities, and specifically the Lancaster community, would place his life in danger, and wanted
to insure that the information concerning his knowledge of ISC misconduct before the
lSC/Ferranti merger, and his disclosure to local, state, and federal authorities in the summer of
1987, at least would be received by Ferranti, reducing the possibility of someone terminating his
life in order so that these circumstances would not be used as an asset in the present Ferranti
Legal efforts.
217. On Jan 22, 1991In an effort to support his allegations of misconduct and the allegedly
threatening activities of CATERBONE , American Helix president Dave Dering has all of the locks
in the building changed by a professional locksmith, which is nothing more than an act of
propaganda. Later that day, CATERBONE and David Dering meet. David Dering resolves to
only allow CATERBONE in the building during normal business hours, and does not allow him
to occupy his own office. CATERBONE has never been given any reason why he was locked out
in the first place.
218. On February 1, 1991 ABC News 20/20 features the story "Weapons Sales to Iraq" about the
ISC/Cardoen cluster bomb technology and how it got to Saddam Husain.
219. On Feb 17, 1991 CATERBONE receives a letter from Sandra K. Paul, of the Citizens
Ambassador Program, a division of People to People International, notifying him that he has
been selected to participate in the upcoming Printing and Publishing Delegation to the Soviet
Union and Eastern Europe in the coming August. People to People International is a nonprofit
organization started by the late Dwight D. Eisenhower to facilitate the communications of
experts from various professions throughout the world. The objective of the delegation was to
exchange ideas, information, and technologies of the printing and publishing industries with
American counterparts in the Soviet Union, and various Eastern European countries.
220. On February 22, 1991 Federal prosecutors seize $800,000 from Clark, claiming he was privy to
information about ongoing criminal acts within ISC that generated the tainted cash.
221. On February 1991 In an American Helix staff meeting, with all employees present, but
CATERBONE , president David Dering had spent approximately 20 minutes alleging that
CATERBONE almost ruined his company, and that he "is a runaway ex-convict, that will end up
in jail very soon". Engineer Al Thornburg, immediately following the meeting, disclosed the
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222. On May 23, 1991 At approximately 2:00 pm, Jay Curtis, (appearing as a Department of
Defense contractor, who had recently solicited the services of CATERBONE and his Advanced
Media Group, Ltd., to provide engineering in the development of "Digital" simulation and training
applications for various U.S. Military Logistics bases) had called CATERBONE . The following is
synopsis of the conversation: "Because of your recent discussions concerning your knowledge
and information about the ISC Scandal, and an alleged "Cover-Up", I had to do a background
check on you, to insure against any problems when including you in by proposal to the U.S.
Department of Defense... Everyone backs up your story, and is looking over your documents
now, including the CIA, IRS, SEC, FBI, Scotland Yard, Attorney General, the British M-4, and
others. They are all verifying and confirming your "cover-up" allegations.. They don't know what
to tell the Press and Media "I also know that you submitted documents to Mr. Thomas Flannery
of the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal". "How did you know about the CIA and its involvement
with ISC, how did you know that, and what do you know?" Jay Curtis kept pushing CATERBONE
on the CIA issue, and what he had known and how he knew, CATERBONE kept telling him that
the whole situation was to emotional, and that he was afraid for his life. CATERBONE had to
eventually tell Mr. Curtis that he could not discuss this anymore. He abruptly changed the
subject and hung up on Mr. Curtis. CATERBONE immediately went to a friend’s house, and
disclosed that fact that he was in fear for his life. He quietly sat on the steps with his friend,
Abby (2 years old). Later that night, his friend Dave Pflumm would take him to the corner bar
for a few drinks, while unknowing to CATERBONE , Ted Koppel was disclosing the story of the
CIA’s involvement with ISC. Several hours later, Ted Koppel broke the story about the CIA and
ISC's covert operations to sell arms to Iraq.
223. Immediately following the conversation with Mr. Jay Curtis regarding the CIA and ISC,
CATERBONE packed a suitcase and confidential information assets, in preparation to leave
Lancaster, in total and legitimate fear for his life.
224. On May 23, 1991 ABC News/Nightline and Ted Koppel feature the first in a series of stories,
relating to CIA knowledge of a covert operation to supply munitions to south Africa implemented
by ISC and Carlos Cardoen. The story featured Lancaster and ISC. The report ties Guerin to the
National Security Agency project in the 1970’s. ABC News, the Financial Times of London, and
the Lancaster Intelligencer News investigated the report. Tom Flannery of the Lancaster
Intelligencer Journal appeared on the program and was given credits on the show.
225. On May 24, 1991 The Lancaster Intelligencer Journal reports on the above story. At
approximately 1:30 pm, CATERBONE drives out of Lancaster, en route to a safe haven, and
stops at a convenience store and reads the early edition of the Lancaster New Era, learning for
the first time of ABC News/Nightline story about ISC and the CIA the evening before, just hours
after his conversation regarding the same to Jay Curtis.
226. On June 7, 1991 CATERBONE is again arrested by the Stone Harbor Police. After passing
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refused to be released. Several hours later, CATERBONE is cited for outstanding arrests
warrants of Avalon, NJ, dated back to August 14, 1987, by an officer of the Avalon Police
department who suddenly appeared. Both arresting officers demanded $340.00 for the posting
of bail. CATERBONE requested that the required cash be retrieved from his car, located just a
few blocks away. The Avalon police officer responded by saying, "we can't let you go to your car,
you may have a gun in there". CATERBONE was immediately escorted to the cape May county
Prison, fingerprinted and processed.
227. On June 8, 1987 CATERBONE calls Mike Orstein, Lt. of the Stone Harbor police patrol, and
requests that he retrieve the required cash from his car, and post the required bail. At
approximately 2:30 pm, CATERBONE is released on bail. On June 11, 1991 CATERBONE left
the Stone Harbor Marina at approximately 12:30 am en route to Lancaster, Pa, to retrieve some
files concerning the ISC cover-up. Upon driving north on Route 47 (the normal route to
Lancaster), approximately 10 miles outside the Cape May county Courthouse, CATERBONE
noticed a car following him closely. Suspicious, CATERBONE decreased his speed from 55 mph
to 35 mph, in order for the car to pass him. However, the car remained directly behind,
adjusting the speed accordingly. In an effort to elude the car, without raising suspicion,
CATERBONE gradually increased his speed, while also increasing the distance between the
cars, resulting in the loss of his taillights to the ensuing vehicle - Because of the winding road,
CATERBONE looked for an abrupt turn-off, in hopes of dashing the eluding vehicle, by loosing
sight of his taillights. There was little or no traffic on the route during the early morning hours,
and CATERBONE stopped at an intersection, and noticed that the headlights of the ensuing
vehicle were not visible in his rear view mirror, meaning that his taillights were also not visible to
the ensuing vehicle. Immediately upon pulling from the intersection, CATERBONE noticed a
narrow dirt road that lead into a field of small trees, the perfect place to sit for the ensuing auto
to pass him, unnoticed. The ensuing vehicle pulled to the intersection, and continued north on
route 47, in the direction of Lancaster. CATERBONE sat in his vehicle a few minutes, until
continuing on his travel, north on Route 47. Approximately five (5) minutes later, a car traveling
in excess of SS mph, approached CATERBONE , traveling south on the same road (2 lanes).As
the two cars approached each other, and approximately 30 yards from reaching each other, the
approaching vehicle drove directly into the lane of CATERBONE , with its high beams on, and
continued straight for his vehicle, or what appeared to be a head-on-collision. CATERBONE
drove off of the berm of the road, missing a line of trees by less than 12 inches (eluding a life
threatening disaster), and passed the vehicle that was still in the north bound lane, heading
south. CATERBONE , shaking and sweating furiously, noticed the cars brake lights go on, and
the car apparently turned around, and began pursuing CATERBONE again. CATERBONE
drove as fast as he could to Route 55, hoping to find traffic in order to hide and loose the
pursuing car. CATERBONE arrived in Lancaster, at approximately 3:00 am, and again noticed a
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the car following him. In an effort to identify the license plate, CATERBONE made a few turns
in the area of Hamilton Watch, and followed the car heading north on S. West End Avenue. The
car was a late model, gold or tan, Cougar or possibly a Buick Park Avenue. CATERBONE
watched the car increase his speed, and finally changed directions and proceeded to his
residence, and parked a few blocks away, and walked through the woods, to his apartment in
the Hershey Heritage complex. CATERBONE then used a flashlight, in order not to reveal his
presence, and returned to his vehicle, sometime in the early morning, during daylight.
228. On June 10, 1991 two independent U.S. courts uphold a $189 million award by Britian's High
Court against ISC executives Shireman and Larry Reach for their role in the fraud. Ferranti
makes its first open statement against Guerin saying a similar decision is expected to uphold the
High Court's decision against him.
229. On June 19, 1991 - CATERBONE leaves Stone Harbor, in constant fear for his life, and
remains in seclusion, in various parts of the Eastern Seacoast, spanning from Captiva Island,
Florida, to Boston, MA, in order to prepare an official request for a Congressional Investigation of
all related matters.
230. On Jul 11, 1991 CATERBONE files an official request C300 pages) for a Congressional
Investigation into all of the ISC and preceding issues with U. S. Representative Robert Walker
CR-Pennsylvania), and Speaker of the House, U. S. Representative Thomas Foley. Overnight Mail
Service of the United States Post Office, outside of Baltimore, Maryland, sent both requests.
231. On July 12, 1991 CATERBONE returns to his home, in Lancaster, PA, at approximately 1200
pm, after remaining in seclusion immediately following the phone conversation of May 23, 1991
with Jay Curtis, regarding the CIA and ISC. ABC News/NightLine features it's second story about
Lancaster's ISC and Arms to South Africa and Iraq.
232. On July 18, 1991 U.S. Representative Robert Walker sends a letter to CATERBONE relating to
his request for a Congressional Investigation into all of his allegations of misconduct and criminal
wrongdoing regarding his alleged ISC/Fraud "cover-up". The letter said : "Thank you for your
recent letter and information on International Signal & Control corporation. I appreciate your
thinking of me; however, since this case is before the courts, it is unethical for me to interfere
with the judicial process. If you think I may be of assistance with other matters, please feel free
to contact me".
233. On July 25, 1991 Christian is released from prison after serving two years and a day for his
role in the Chem Con fraud and toxic waste dumping.
234. On August 1, 1991 CATERBONE receives a notice of a warrant for his arrest by the Stone
Harbor (NJ) Municipal Court, regarding summons #081370. CATERBONE called the Court
Clerk, Pam Davidson, to explain the circumstances. The Court Clerk refused to identify herself,
and did not have time to listen to his explanation. She then questioned why he (CATERBONE )
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Sep. 6, 1991) to the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles, and a demand for the title to his
boat, and again allegations of criminal wrongdoing by the Stone Harbor Marina, for not
delivering title, given the bill of sale was satisfied on June 10, 1991, and a fee for the title was
paid as well.
248. On October 1, 1990 CATERBONE personally meets with Ted Koppel, of ABC News/Nightline,
at the Washington National Airport, at approximately 5:30 pm. CATERBONE questioned Ted
Koppel if he knew a Mr. Jay Curtis, and why he was questioned about the CIA's involvement with
the ISC affairs, just hours before the broadcast. Ted Koppel denied any knowledge of Mr. Jay
Curtis, and stated that Thomas Flannery was involved in the broadcast by the Financial Times of
London. The letter of August 28, 1987 to Diane sawyer was also mentioned. Ted Koppel
requested the phone number of CATERBONE , and said that he would contact him later, due to
his present time constraints, and asked, "what do you want, and what is the story line?"
CATERBONE responded, "Justice and protection, someone is trying to cover me up, and
someone already made attempts on my life... someone keeps getting information from me,
while I'm left sitting in Lancaster like a sitting duck".
249. On October 2, 1991 CATERBONE responds by facsimile, to the Oct. 1, correspondence, to
David D. Dering. CATERBONE requested supportive documentation regarding the suspicious
charges of $16,730.00 as declared, in order to consider the request for the return of the
equipment. David C. Dering responds by facsimile, demanding for CATERBONE to meet him at
the Holiday Inn, in Lancaster on Friday, Oct 4th, with the equipment in his possession, and
states that he will deliver the required supportive documentation of the charges as requested.
250. On October 2, 1991 CATERBONE responds by facsimile to Ted Koppel, as to his question
concerning the "story line".
251. On October 27, 1991 CATERBONE writes a letter to Sandra Woods, Associate Managing
Editor, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, regarding the recent feature story, "What went wrong in
America" CATERBONE describes his experience and present situation regarding the ISC
scandal, and cites corruption as the cause of the present dire and destitute circumstances
controlling his life.
252. On October 31, 1991 Guerin and 19 others, including Larry Reach, are indicted on 75 criminal
counts by the Philadelphia based grand jury.
253. On October 31, 1991 Laura McQueen, administrator for the New Jersey Department of Motor
Vehicles, called CATERBONE at approximately 3:30 pm, to notify him that she was trying to
sort out the problem with his complaint regarding title to his boat. Ms. McQueen acknowledged
that the Stone Harbor Marina had submitted an application for a title, apparently dated on or
about June 10, however the identity of the boat did not match that of CATERBONE ’s. Ms.
McQueen also admitted that there seemed to be evidence of wrongdoing, but denied to state
whether the matter was presently being investigated. Ms. McQueen also stated that the title in
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and resolve the problem.
254. On October 31, 1991 Robert Clyde Ivy, Terrance Faulds, Wayne Radcliffe, Gerald Schuler, and
Thomas Jaslin enter a not guilty pleas to all charges handed down by the Philadelphia grand jury.
255. On November 24, 1987 Robert Shireman, ISC financial executive pleads his guilt in the ISC
$billion fraud and scandal. Anthony Stagq, ISC executive in charge of Singapore operations,
pleads guilty in the Arms Export violations.
256. On November 27, 1987 ISC Executive Larry Resch pleads guilty to his role in the massive
contract fraud in the Ferranti/ISC merger of November, 1987.
257. On December 3, 1991 Philadelphia grand jury hands down a "superseding indictment",
clarifying the money-laundering portion of the charges. The indictment states that between
November of 1986 and June of 1989, Guerin looped $450 million through phony bank, vendor,
-and customer accounts to give the appearance several of the bogus ISC contracts were real.
The preceding information also allows for the possibility of an indictment of William Clark, and
possibly his attorney Joseph Roda. The largest of the fake contracts was the Pakistan Missile
deal, in which Larry Resch was charged and indicted by the grand jury for managing.
258. On December 3, 1991 Mike Hess, a former ISC engineer that also has done work for
CATERBONE , visits CATERBONE to deliver all materials in his possession which is the
property of the Advanced Media Group, Ltd., CATERBONE and Mike Hess engage in an
argument when Mike Hess becomes annoyed at CATERBONE ’s continued caution and suspicion
of Mike Hess's real motives and agenda for the relationship. CATERBONE had witnessed
several incidents of inconsistencies with the attitude of Mike Hess, with specific respect regarding
CATERBONE 's efforts for justice and legal recourse concerning the affairs of 1987.
CATERBONE admitted in several occasions that he will never trust anyone, especially given his
former association with ISC, and most importantly his activities and travel to South Africa.
259. On December 4, 1991 CATERBONE calls the Citizens Commission of Human Rights, after
seeing the organization featured on the Murray Povich Show, and talks to Roy Griffen. The
organization's mission is to investigate abuses within the mental illness profession. Roy Griffen
requests information, and agrees to investigate his allegations. CATERBONE states that he will
Federal Express a copy of this chronology.
260. On December 5, 1991 At approximately 10:00 am, CATERBONE sent a package of
information via Federal Express (tracking number 9734766S93) to: Roy Griffen, Citizens
Commission for Human Rights, 6362 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028, (800) 869-2247.
The package was received at 9:56 am (PST) by L. Mezkerlsl, at the front desk.
261. On December 5, 1991 At approximately 4:52 pm, James Guerin pleads guilty to eight (B)
grand jury indictments of October 31. The indictments are as follows: Criminal Conspiracy,
Violation, Arms Export Control Act Violation, Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid act. Money
Laundering, Securities Fraud, Filing False Income Tax Return, Aiding and Abetting the
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years, and a maximum of Life in prison.
262. On December 4, 1991CATERBONE receives uninvited visitors at his residence, cousin Sam
Miller family, who in September left him stranded in Florida. They conveniently need a place to
stay, while visiting in Lancaster, and purposely cause distractions to his efforts for legal recourse.
263. On December 11, 1991 CATERBONE finally requests that Michelle and Jason Miller vacate his
residence.
264. On December 20, 1991 CATERBONE receivers a notice from the Internal Revenue Service
regarding a discrepancy in income reported on his 1989 Federal Income Tax Return. The items
in question were his "disability income" from Monarch life insurance and American Helix "non-
employee income".
265. On December 23, 1991 CATERBONE responds to the IRS letter and submits a copy of the
chronology of this conspiracy, along with the entire audio transcript (2 - 90 minute cassettes) of
his meeting of September 29, 198? with the Pennsylvania Securities Commission and requests
assistance in his ordeal. The correspondence was sent via 'Return Receipt Requested" in order
to insure proof of delivery. CATERBONE sends an updated chronology to Roy Griffen of the
Citizen's Commission for Human Rights.
266. On December 28, 1991 CATERBONE sends a formal notice to attorney Howard Cerny, 245
Park Avenue, New York, informing him to return the previously submitted information and tapes
regarding this case, and also informing him that he no longer wishes to discuss these issues with
him or any member of his firm.
267. On December 30, 1991 CATERBONE travels to the U.S. 9:50 am courthouse in Philadelphia,
PA, and personally delivers the chronology and a copy of the "1987" Pennsylvania Securities
Commission meeting to Chief Judge Bechtle, who is presiding over the ISC court preceding. At
10:00 am CATERBONE visits the U.S. Attorney Generals office in the same building and files a
formal complaint, "Criminal Conspiracy to "cover-up" the International Signal a Control scandal.
The proper form is filed with the clerk. Assistant U. S. Attorney General Gray asks CATERBONE
to briefly describe his complaint. CATERBONE gives Gray the chronology along with the tapes.
CATERBONE briefly describes the meeting of June 23, 1987 with Larry Resch, the nay 23, 1991
phone call from Jay Curtis, the arrests by Manheim Township, and the attempts on his life.
Agent Gray took notes, and said he is not familiar with the case, but would personally see that
the information is passed to the proper authorities involved in the case. During the conversation,
Mr. Gray asked the exact same question that was asked by both Joe Roda and Investigator Eisler
of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission) "But you did not work for them (ISC), you were not
involved with them?" CATERBONE gave this response to all questions by Mr. Gray: It's all in
there (the chronology), all of the information and events".
268. On January 6, 1992 CATERBONE sends a copy of the criminal conspiracy chronology and a
complete audio transcript of the PA SEC meeting of 1987 to the legal counsel of the Pennsylvania
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269. On January 8, 1992 At a "Town Meeting" in Columbia, Pennsylvania held by U. S. Senator
Arlen Specter, CATERBONE personally delivers a copy of the criminal conspiracy chronology to
Anon Specter after the meeting and asks Arlen Specter to read the letter, Mr. Specter replied, "
I will do that".
270. On January 9, 1992 CATERBONE receives the Return Receipt from the Pennsylvania SEC,
signed by Sharon F. Heinspach on January 8, 1992.
271. On November 8, 1997 CATERBONE solicits Attorney Matt Samley, of the law firm of Xelkallis,
Reese and Pugh (Pflumm Contractors Corporate Attorney and David Pflumm’s Attorney), to
provide a legal opinion as to the circumstances involved in the cover up. Mr. Samley quickly
asks if anyone had called Stan Caterbone about the issues. Mr. Samley agrees to review the
documents and will provide a legal opinion of any criminal and prosecutorial misconduct.
272. On November 23, 1997 - CATERBONE delivers materials to Mr. Samley and also sends via
Federal Express the same materials to Christina Rainville, of Shnader, Harris, Lewis, and …….
With a letter requesting a legal opinion from Ms. Rainville. Stan Caterbone had read the
biography of Ms. Christina Rainville parts of which were published as part of a story for the Lisa
Michelle Lambert murder trial and was impressed with her experience in the litigation of
securities violations, software and computer cases, entertainment, and of course the wide array
of allegations of prosecutorial misconduct in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office and
the East Lampeter Police Department. CATERBONE knew he needed someone that was not
afraid to challenge and take on the “Lancaster Establishment”.
273. On December, 8, 1997 - Ms. Pam Pflumm call Dr. Albert Shultz regarding the behavior of
CATERBONE .
274. On December 15, 1997 - CATERBONE telephones Jim Christian to again confirm that he did
not have knowledge of his meeting with Mr. Larry Resch. Jim Christian began threatening
CATERBONE from public disclosure of these issues, he said “you have to forget about it. Your
life will be worse off than it is now, you better just forget it……”
275. In December of 1997 CATERBONE had made a journal of all of the mental and psychological
duress that the employees of the firm of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., had engaged. CATERBONE
started to log incidents of mental duress in December of 1997 after the incidents became
consistent and demonstrated not be random acts of mere occurrences. This behavior and
malicious treatment was an extreme divergence from the previous 45 months of my tenure and
a polarization of CATERBONE ’S relationships with all employees involved, including Mr. David
Pflumm. Prior to these incidents CATERBONE was credited with saving the company from near
bankruptcy (1993) and leading the company to the highest level of profitability, marketability,
financial stability, and respect in the 20 year history of the company. Pflumm Contractors, Inc.
was generating over $4 million dollars per year in revenues.
276. On January 14, 1998 CATERBONE visits with Fr. Edward Lavelle for advice and guidance
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ask he and is key employees refrain from inflicting any additional mental duress upon his person
Fr. Lavelle refuses unless he is told to do so by Dr. Al Shulz. He offers no further assistance.
1:00 pm A few hour later, CATERBONE visits Dr. Al Shulz for his quarterly appointment.
Immediately upon entering the appointment, and before CATERBONE will speak any words, Dr.
Al Shulz will contemporaneously accuse CATERBONE and declare: “Stan, you are very sick.
You are not well! You need to take additional medications”. The recorded transcript will prove
the horrid implications of these conversations.
277. On February 20, 1998 CATERBONE is forced to vacate his position of Controller of Pflumm
Contractors, Inc., due to the purposeful and intentional infliction of mental duress, perpetrated
as a direct reprisal against CATERBONE ’S rightful pursuit of due process of the law concerning
all issues contained herein. Later CATERBONE will learn that this is a classic tactic used
against TARGETED INDIVIDUALS AND WHISTLEBLOWERS CALLED WORKPLACE
MOBBING.
278. On April 21, 1998 The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry will again illegally deny
CATERBONE of his legitimate claim for Unemployment Compensation Benefits, which again is
an act of reprisal against his rightful pursuit of fair access to the law, and his disclosures of the
incidents contained herein. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry’s 1987 rulings
against CATERBONE have been also proven to be in err, which conveniently and intentionally
subjects CATERBONE to financial hardship and mental duress, all purposefully hindering
CATERBONE ’s right to access the law. The record of CATERBONE ’s claim for Unemployment
Compensation Benefits is corrupted.
279. On November 25, 2004, Thanksgiving day, CATERBONE was inside his residence with the
doors locked. At approximately 11:30 am Dave Pflumm, Lizzy Pflumm, and Keagan Pflumm
began knocking on the back patio door. CATERBONE did not want to accept the visitors and
would not answer the door. The visitors had not been at the residence for at least 4 or 5 months
and CATERBONE had not been to the residence of the Pflumm’s since July of 2002. After the
unwanted visitors would not leave, CATERBONE went downstairs to the back bedroom hoping
they would leave. Lizzy Pflumm and Keagan Pflumm then began banging on the lower daylight
door and the front door. CATERBONE then began lifting weights. After approximately 20
minutes Keagan and Lizzy Pflumm appeared inside the back bedroom. CATERBONE quickly
questioned them how they got into the residence of CATERBONE . Keagan Pflumm said he
used a credit card to open the back patio door. They both said that their father, Dave Pflumm
was upstairs sitting at CATERBONE ’S kitchen bar. They walked upstairs and CATERBONE
immediately questioned Dave Pflumm as to how they broke into CATERBONE ’s residence.
Dave Pflumm responded that “I have keys, everyone has keys to your house”. The visitors
stayed for about an hour before leaving. This incident has been reported to the Southern
Regional Police Department and CATERBONE had questioned the Southern Regional Police
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280. On December 15, 2004 CATERBONE sends a complaint to Agent Sarsfield of the Pennsylvania
Attorney General’s Office in Pittsburg regarding illicit telephone activities. CATERBONE made
complaints and amended the formal Verizon Customer Relations Complaint number C-006142-
2004, which was made pursuant to the Pennsylvania Do Not Call statute. The complaint alleged
that his telephone calls were often being intercepted, misdirected, or impersonated.
CATERBONE also made complaints of harassing calls from “Out of the Area” caller identification
that were occurring several times a day with no response after answering. CATERBONE has
had endured these activities for years.
281. On February 12th, 2005, Pamela Pflumm invited CATERBONE for dinner after CATERBONE
’s return from a trip to Florida on the same day. Pamela Pflumm was attending to CATERBONE
’s cats and mail during his trip to Florida at his residence at 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga,
Pennsylvania.
282. On February 12th, after dinner, Pamela Pflumm’s asked CATERBONE to drive her and a
boyfriend of Abby Pflumm to Kegel’s Restaurant to pick up Abby Pflumm from work. The
boyfriend of Abby Pflumm and Keagan Pflumm entered the rear seats of CATERBONE ’s car and
the boyfriend held a green tennis ball in his hand and aggressively put in CATERBONE ’s face
and said “I found a tennis ball in your back seat”. CATERBONE drove down the driveway and
Keagan Pflumm and Abby Pflumm’s boyfriend made a comment about CATERBONE ’s car audio
system that was previously vandalized. CATERBONE became upset, turned around and told
Pamela Pflumm to drive herself to pickup up Abby Pflumm from work. When CATERBONE
arrived back home at his residence, the green tennis ball that hangs from CATERBONE ’s
garage to align his parking, was suspiciously missing and was reported stolen that night to the
Southern Regional Police Department.
283. On February 17th, 2006, as CATERBONE drove down Main Street, in Conestoga, while
CATERBONE noticed a four-wheeler driving in the horse pasture of the Plfumm Property.
CATERBONE stopped and questioned the unknown persons because it was a school night and
Pamela Pflumm was residing at the residence alone without her husband. No member of Pflumm
family was on the scene at that time. CATERBONE did immediately vacate the property as
soon as a member of the Pflumm household walked out of the house indicated that the persons
on their property did have permission. A few months previous to these incidents, Mr. David
Pflumm separated from his wife and was not living at the residence. CATERBONE was called
upon by Pamela Pflumm on several occasions to help her around the house and property.
284. On February 17, 2005, at approximately 2:20am Officer Fedor of the Southern Regional Police
Department abruptly entered CATERBONE ’s home, awakening CATERBONE , and falsely
accused CATERBONE of harassment for driving on the residence of David and Pamela Pflumm.
Pamela Pflumm calls CATERBONE during the altercation with Officer Fedor on CATERBONE s
cell phone.
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the Chief Fiorill (formerly of the Lancaster City Police Bureau) of the Southern Regional Police
Department.
286. At 1:00 pm on February 17, 2005 CATERBONE did visit the Lancaster County District
Attorney’s Office and requested to meet with District Attorney Donald Totaro. The Chief of
Detectives, Mr. Michael Landis (Former Chief of the Lancaster City Police Bureau) conducted a
meeting in a conference room where CATERBONE complained about the conduct of the
Southern Regional Police Department and the harassment of the Officer and clearly stated that
CATERBONE was preparing a Federal Civil Action (05-2288) and was concerned about
obstruction of justice, anit-slapp, and civil rights violations concerning Federal Civil Action 05-
2288 which was filed a few months later on May 16, 2005 in the United States District Court for
the Eastern Court of Pennsylvania.
287. On February 18,2005 CATERBONE did meet with the Chief of the Southern Regional Police
Department, Chief Fiorill, at the precinct located at 3284 Main Street, in Conestoga. The
meeting was initiated by request of Chief Fiorill. Officer Robert Busser (formerly of the
Pennsylvania State Police) was outside Chief Fiorill’s office listening to the meeting.
288. At the meeting of February 18th, 2005, Chief Fiorill did libel and slander CATERBONE by
stating that “I don’t believe anything that you say”, regarding the incidents of the week of
February 17th and the allegations contained in Federal Civil Action 05-2288.
289. At the meeting of February 18th, both Chief Fiorill and Officer Robert Busser did libel and
slander CATERBONE by stating that CATERBONE was “nuts” and questioned CATERBONE ’s
mental health. This assault on CATERBONE ’s mental health was done to discredit
CATERBONE ’s allegations in the Federal Civil Action 05-2288.
290. At the meeting of February 18th, Officer Fiorill disclosed that he had called CATERBONE ’s
brother, Mike in Plantation Florida (who has been residing in Florida for the past 18 years), to
discuss the incidents without permission, thus violating CATERBONE ’s civil rights and privacy
rights.
291. At the meeting of February 19th Officer Robert Busser threatened and assaulted CATERBONE
by taking his nightstick and raising it up in a position to strike CATERBONE on the head. Chief
Fiorill grabbed Officer Robert Busser’s forearm just in time to stop him from hitting CATERBONE
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292. Both Officer Busser and Chief Fiorill demanded CATERBONE out of the office, thus violating
his civil rights, and placing CATERBONE in harms way of future threats, harassment, and
numerous criminal activities.
293. On February 18th, 2005, CATERBONE visited the establishment of the Alley Kat Bar and
Restaurant, located on Lemon Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania from approximately 10:00pm until
11:30pm. CATERBONE had a brief conversation with Ms. Kerry Egan immediately before
leaving to proceed directly home.
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front door to awaken him. CATERBONE refused to open the door and let the Officer in due to
the preceding incidents and went into his bathroom and called the Pennsylvania State Police.
The Pennsylvania State Police refused to answer the plea for help to intervene in the altercations
with the Southern Regional Police Department.
295. Approximately 20 minutes later, Officer Fedor and Pamela Pflumm illegally entered into the
residence of CATERBONE by breaking and entering.
296. Officer Fedor stated he was responding to a 911 call about an attempted suicide.
CATERBONE tried to tell Officer Fedor that he did not know what he was talking about. Officer
Fedor handcuffed CATERBONE and was physically abusive by pushing and shoving
CATERBONE directly in front of CATERBONE ’s loveseat and handcuffing CATERBONE .
Officer Fedor asked him why he sent an email to Kerry Egan threatening to commit suicide.
Pamela Pflumm was standing in front of CATERBONE ’s back door. CATERBONE kept trying to
tell Officer Fedor that he came home and was sleeping all night. CATERBONE and Officer
Fedor kept arguing about an incident that never occurred. Officer Fedor violated several civil
rights of CATERBONE .
297. Officer Fedor stated the Kerry Egan made a call to 911 at approximately 4:00 am and stated
that she received an email from CATERBONE early that morning with a threat to commit
suicide. CATERBONE called Comcast cable during the altercation to try to get an activity list of
CATERBONE ’s online activities to prove that CATERBONE did not send any email to Kerry
Egan. Officer Fedor slandered and libeled CATERBONE by not believing his account.
CATERBONE kept asking why Pamela Pflumm was summoned to CATERBONE ’s home and
received no explanation. CATERBONE did not see Pamela Pflumm before that she entered the
residence with Officer Fedor.
298. It was later determined that there never was an email, and the Southern Regional Police
Department never withdrew their allegations of mental health issues.
299. On April 5, 2006 Officer Buzzer did knowingly and willing falsely imprison CATERBONE and
maliciously attack CATERBONE and accompanied several police officers in theft of a white
envelope containing approximately $743.00 in cash in a police chase from the Conestoga Wagon
Wheel Restaurant in Conestoga to Duke Street in Millersville, Pennsylvania, via Kendig Road.
300. On April 5th, 2006, Officer Fedor did make false statements to authorities in the 302 petitions
to Lancaster General Hospital and to Crisis Intervention of Lancaster, Pennsylvania with regards
to the incarceration of CATERBONE in the Psychiatric ward from the period of April 5th to April
10th, 2006.
301. On April 5th, 2006, Officer Busser did harass, threaten, and physically abuse CATERBONE in
the apprehension that took place on South Duke Street, Millersville, Pennsylvania and did
knowingly draw his weapon upon CATERBONE without any threat, merely to incite public
attention to CATERBONE that defamed his character, and slandered his name.
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direct result of undo influence upon CATERBONE and his attempts to remedy causes of action
that have been disclosed in the Federal Civil Action 05-2288, and the Federal False Claims Act
filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern Court of Pennsylvania.
303. On April 5th, 2006, Defendants did falsely imprison Defendant at Approximately 3:15 EST at
the emergency intake unit of the Lancaster General Hospital, Duke Street, Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania.
304. On April 5th, 2006, upon request, staff of the Lancaster General Hospital failed to produce any
official documentation to support the apprehension of CATERBONE or the holding of the
CATERBONE in said facility.
305. The Defendants did open locking cell and CATERBONE again asked for documentation,
CATERBONE walked out of the holding cell, and not documentation was produced, agent for
defendant picked CATERBONE up and literally threw CATERBONE back into holding cell.
306. Between 3:30pm and 7:15pm Dr. Riley examined CATERBONE by asking the following
questions:
307. Do you drink alcohol?
308. Do you take drugs?
309. May I listen to your heart and drugs?
310. The preceding examination took under 2 minutes and was not near sufficient for the
requirements as outlined in the 302 petition, whether legal or not.
311. Mental Duress: Agents, employees, and staff of the Lancaster General Hospital did engage in
planned and occasional events to inflict, cause, and provoke extreme mental duress.
312. Agents, employees, and staff did obstruct justice and cause CATERBONE to suspend, neglect,
and or cease all activities relating to CA 05-0288 and TMT 05-23059 in an overt attempt to
interfere with CATERBONEs constitutional right to due process.
313. Agents, employees, and or staff did subject CATERBONE to a life threatening environment
when patient William X was intentionally given a ball point pen immediately after Angela X
administered a drug, and William X stood 1 foot away from CATERBONE and held ball point pen
as a knife. CATERBONE had to immediately remove himself from the immediate area.
314. Agents, employees, and or staff subjected CATERBONE to further harm by condoning and
further provoking situation. As of April l0th, 2006, CATERBONE is still falsely imprisoned.
315. Agents, employees, and or staff did take from CATERBONE’s possession a white bank
envelope containing Seven Hundred and Forty-Three dollars ($730.00), which was not included
in CATERBONE’s Possession Form.
316. On July 23rd, 2006 CATERBONE speaks with Governor Ed Rendell at a Campaign Speech at
Binns Park, in Downtown Lancaster, and requests his assistance in his Civil Rights Obstruction of
Justice Complaint filed a few weeks earlier in the Office of Attorney General.
317. On October 14th, 2006 CATERBONE files a RICO complaint in the United States District Court
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318. On October 17th, 2006 CATERBONE attends a Bail Supervision (of the Lancaster County
Sheriff’s Department) Intake meeting at the Bail Administrators Office in the Lancaster County
Courthouse. CATERBONE serves the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department, the Lancaster
County District Attorney’s Office, and the Lancaster County Public Defenders Office Civil Actions.
The Lancaster County Public Defenders Office literally took the Certificate of Service signing
sheet from CATERBONE and CATERBONE immediately told Judge Joseph Madenspacher about
the incident while he walked to the Bus Terminal to go the Office of MDJ Commins. The
document was never returned even after several emails to the contrary by the Public Defender,
Mr. Karl.
319. On October 20th, 2006 CATERBONE files a Federal False Claims Act for Whistle-Blowing
against ISC in the United States District Court For The Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Case No.
06-4734.
320. On October 26th, 2006 The Pennsylvania Superior Court received a Brief for the Appeal
Challenging the Fulton Bank Judgment of June 29, 2006.
321. October 30th, 2006 The Pennsylvania Superior Court sends a letter to CATERBONE requesting
(7) more copies of the brief, which CATERBONE will not receive until January 4th, 2007. An
amended complaint to CATERBONE’s Southern Regional Police Department Civil Action, Case
No. 06-3401, is due in the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County on exactly this date. An
Unsecured Bail Bond was revoked by Officer Adam Cramer of the Southern Regional Police
Department and (2) Bench Warrants were issued for the Arrest of CATERBONE by Adam
Cramer of the Southern Regional Police Department and MDJ Leo Eckert, Jr.. CATERBONE filed
the Amended Complaint and mailed it from the Bausman Post Office Substation, and did not go
to the Lancaster County Courthouse in fear it would not get filed. At 2:20pm (2) PA Constable
arrest and apprehend CATERBONE at 1250 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA, and take him to
Magisterial District Justice Eckert’s Office on the (5) Bench warrants for summary citations and
then COMMITT CATERBONE to the Lancaster County Prison, stating that an Indigent Hearing
will be held within 10 days, and challenges CATERBONE ’S Indigent status and his Superior
Court Cases. Magisterial District Justice Eckert complains to CATERBONE about being named a
Defendant in Federal Case No. 06-4650, and remarks that CATERBONE may have to be taken
to Dauphin County Prison for suing all of the District Justices in Lancaster County. He also said
“You are not even close to getting to the Superior Court”.
322. On November 1st, 2006 CATERBONE appears before Judge Paul K. Allison who reinstates his
Bail Bond as Secured, which required CATERBONE to post $5,000 to get out of the Lancaster
County Prison instead of just signing an Unsecured Bail Bond, which should have happened, and
is not released from the Lancaster County Prison, as expected.
323. On November 6th, 2006 CATERBONE files his first Appeal for Reconsideration to the ORDER
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324. November 20th, 2006 The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
records 28 U. S. C. §2241 Habeas Corpus Petition Case No. 06-5138 (Challenging the Detainer
and Imprisonment) filed from the Lancaster County Prison on November 14th, 2006. This case
is still
325. On November 30th, 2006 Judge Paul K. Allison Denies CATERBONE’s Appeal to Reinstate Bail
as Unsecured.
326. On November 8th, 2006 CATERBONE is transported to Magisterial District Justice Leo H.
Eckert, Jr., and signs a document that was missed on October 30th, 2006, and is not given an
Indigent Hearing as promised.
327. On December 2nd, 2006 CATERBONE files an Appeal to Judge Paul K. Allison ORDER of
November 30th, 2006.
328. On December 4th, 2006 the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department is ORDERED to transport
CATERBONE to both residences, 1250 Fremont Street, and 220 Stone Hill Road to obtain files
and evidence for a Trial, as a Pro Se Litigant and representing himself on the East Lampeter
Township summary citations. There were no Sheriff Sale Posting on 220 Stone Hill Road, and
both residences look fine.
329. On December 5th, 2006 The Lancaster Intelligencer Journal publishes the Story “The Next
Sound You Hear…” regarding former business partner Tony Bongiovi, which is central to all of the
litigation in the United States District Courts. The worlds of pro audio and consumer electronics
were bridged at New York City's Avatar Studios in December, where Bongiovi Acoustics unveiled
the Digital Power Station car radio. Demonstrated by audio icon Tony Bongiovi (pictured) in
Avatar’s Studio A (former Power Station Studios), the patent-pending technology being
manufactured by JVC made a very impressive debut.
330. On December 6th, 2006 Honda Financial repossess a Honda Odyssey stored at the St. Dennis
Towing Company’s facility from August 31, 2006; the Honda was take because of the illegal
repossession of the drivers license and there were no funds available for the tow that was just a
few blocks away. The Honda was protected under the pending Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition
and was conveniently taken while incarcerated. CATERBONE had talked to Honda Financial in
August and there was no problem with the lease, even though CATERBONE had not made a
payment since May of 2005. The St. Dennis Towing Company was charging $25.00 per day, and
has never filed or sent CATERBONE an invoice for the storage, which is very suspect.
331. On December 8th, 2006 CATERBONE files a Writ of Mandamus against Magisterial District
Justice Leo H. Eckert, Jr, and Mary Commins for the fraudulent activities leading to the false
imprisonment of October 30th, 2006, and Bench Warrants.
332. On December 12th, 2006 CATERBONE files for Continuances in all of the following Civil
Complaints in the Commonwealth Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania:
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333. On December 13th, 2006 The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department (Maluskus) and Chief
John Fiorill tried to get CATERBONE to change his address to the Lancaster County Prison and
Judge Perezous refused to get ORDER CATERBONE to comply with the demand and Judge
Perezous CONTINUED the Appeal Hearing because CATERBONE did not have any files to
conduct a Trial.
334. On December 20th, 2006 The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department (Hiem & N/A-names given
by Sheriff Simone) refused CATERBONE to wear his suit into the courtroom, or take his files
into the Pre-Trial Conference before Judge Farina, which caused CATERBONE to forget to
discuss material motions for the Trial, and caused CATERBONE to be defamed by appearing in
a Lancaster County Prison uniform before the Court and in front of 20 or so other people in the
Courtroom.
335. On December 20th, 2006, while in the Lancaster County Prison, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s
Department and Fulton Bank conduct a Sheriff Sale for 220 Stone Hill Road, Foreclosure CI-06-
02271, with NO notification before or after the SALE to CATERBONE; and sold the property to
Central Penn Settlement Company of Akron, Pennsylvania.
336. On December 28th, 2006 Judge Paul K. Allison overturned his previous ORDER and Granted
CATERBONE his Appeal ORDER and signed the Unsecured Bail ORDER and the RELEASE from
Lancaster County Prison.
337. On December 29th, 2006 CATERBONE is RELEASED from Lancaster County Prison, and walks
to the Lancaster County Courthouse to report to Court Administration and the Prothonotary
Office to get a print out of all of the Civil Dockets for all cases in Civil Court, including the Fulton
Bank Foreclosure and finds out for the first time that the Sheriff Sale on December 20 th took
place. CATERBONE retrieves a check for $19.34 from Attillio Grossi, which is all the funds has
available for food, and all other necessities.
338. On January 2, 2007 CATERBONE files and records (4:09pm) a Petition To Set Aside Sale for
220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County
and personally serves Fulton Bank and the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department.
339. January 4th, 2007 At 1:15pm CATERBONE visits 220 Stone Hill Road and finds 2 unidentified
individuals on his property loading the entire contents of 220 Stone Hill Road onto 2 Penske
moving trucks, to an unidentified location, and is ordered off the Property for Trespassing. The 2
individuals said they were from Noble Real Estate Company. Mr. Joseph Caterbone accompanied
him as a witness and driver. CATERBONE takes several pictures of the individuals and the
Penske Trucks. At 1:35pm CATERBONE retrieves his mail from the Conestoga Post Office from
dating back to October 25th, 2006 up to the present and temporarily forwards mail to 1250
Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA. CATERBONE visits the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office and
speaks to Lt. Lancaster and Mr. Bergman about the incident at 220 Stone Hill Road and is told
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the incident. At 3:00pm CATERBONE attends the Trial for Criminal Case No. CP-36-CR-
0003179-2006 (Fleeing & Eluding filed by Sgt. Busser of Southern Regional Police Department
on April 5th, 2006) in Courtroom 1 of the Lancaster County Courthouse and moves for a Motion
for a Continuance due to the incident at the property at 220 Stone Hill Road an hour before. The
Honorable Judge James P. Cullen Denies his Motion.
340. On January 5th, 2007 At 8:30am CATERBONE files and records an Addendum to the Petition
To Set Aside Sale for 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas
of Lancaster County and personally serves Fulton Bank and the Lancaster County Sheriff’s
Department regarding the theft of all of his personal possessions, including business files of
Advanced Media Group, and all Legal files and evidentiary assets for all pending litigation. At
9:00 am the Lancaster County District Attorney Deborah Muzereus moves for A Continuance in
the Trial for Criminal Case No. CP-36-CR-0003179-2006 and the Honorable James P. Cullen
Grants a Continuance until the February Trial Schedule.
341. On January 7th , 2007 CATERBONE files a claim with Harleysville Insurance Homeowners
Policy HOAI 93468 for the theft of his personal possessions and the property at Stone Hill Road.
CATERBONE files for a Change of Venue for the Hearing scheduled for January 18 th, 2007 in
Intercourse before Magisterial District Justice Leo H. Eckert, Jr.. CATERBONE does not have all
of his evidentiary files and no transportation because of the illegal revocation of his Red Rose
Transit Authority Monthly Bus Pass.
342. On January 8th, 2007 CATERBONE files an Emergency Petition for Food Stamps and other in
the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster after his Food Stamps and Red Rose
Transit Authority Monthly Pass was illegally terminated, thus leaving him without food and
transportation for all court preceding. CATERBONE files for a Continuance for Summary charges
by District Justice Leo H. Eckert Jr., a Defendant in U.S. District Civil Action 06-4650, scheduled
for January 18th, 2007., again for not having access to all of his evidentiary files and without
transportation. CATERBONE files and sends his Brief to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania Case
No. 1463 MDA 2006 for the challenge to Fulton Bank’s 220 Stone Hill Road Foreclosure, via U.S.
Postal Priority Mail Return Receipt No. 0306 2400 003 1072 4451; the request stated: “Other -
We need 7 copies of this brief, also all copies need to be bound on the left like a book and if you
use staples they must be covered with tape”. CATERBONE borrows $50.00 from Joseph
Caterbone for food, paper, and postage for the Superior Court Brief.
343. On January 9th, 2007 CATERBONE files for Continuance in all of his pending Civil Actions
before the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; 05-2288; 06-
4650; 06-5138; 06-4734; 06-CV-4154; 06-5117; 06-2236; 05-23059BKY. CATERBONE files for
a Change of Venue and Continuance for Summary Citations (TR-0008735-2006; TR-0008578-
2006; TR-0008721-2006; TR-0008503-2006; TR-0007528-2006) Scheduled for a Hearing on
January 23, 2007 before District Magistrate Richard H. Simms, a Defendant in U.S. District Civil
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18th, 2007 from Magisterial District Justice Leo H. Eckert, Jr. to Isaac Stoltzfus of Intercourse.
CATERBONE Petitions the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County to vacate
the Bail Supervision Ordered by Magisterial District Justice Mary Commins on October 10 th, 2006.
The Bail Supervision was without merit or cause.
344. January 10th, 2007 CATERBONE reports a theft of the Digital Recorder used containing an
authentic and original audio recording of the incident for the Case No. CP-36-CR-0003179-2006
(Fleeing & Eluding filed by Sgt. Busser of Southern Regional Police Department on April 5 th,
2006) to Officer Cole of the Lancaster City Police Department who responded at approximately
10:25pm to 1250 Fremont Street and filed the incident as Case No. 0701-014878.
345. January 11th, 2007 The Honorable Judge James P. Cullen Orders CATERBONE’s Petition to
vacate the Bail Supervision as Denied Case No. 4771-2006. CATERBONE writes the following in
an email to the Red Rose Transit Authority: “I am having a problem with my monthly passes. I
have not received my January Monthly Pass, and my forwarded mail has not been received from
220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga. Today, your driver Dave on the 3 8th Ward/Park City 8:35 bus
made me pay him for the fare. Some drivers let me on with my December Pass and my Letter
of Acceptance from September of 2006. I never received a termination letter, and on January
5th, filed an Emergency Petition against the Lancaster County Assistance Office to have all
benefits that have been terminated, reinstated. What is the status of my Monthly Pass? Below is
an excerpt from the Civil Action, Case No. CI-07-00150 in the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The Petitioner has not received his January Red Rose Transit
Authority January Monthly Bus Pass, sponsored by the RRTA and the Lancaster County
Assistance Office. The Petitioner did receive his December Monthly Bus Pass, and complained to
the Red Rose Transit Authority Terminal Station on Queen Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on
January 5th,2007. The staff worker told the Petitioner that his Monthly Pass was “deleted”
because he was incarcerated. The Petitioner explained that the Red Rose Transit Authority
Monthly Bus Pass was issued for a (2) year period. The incarceration was not valid and I was
released upon the Success of my Appeal, which was signed by the Honorable Judge Paul K.
Allison on December 28th, 2007.” CATERBONE , in the Pre-Trial Conference moves for a
Continuance for 0004771-2006 before Judge Ashworth and it is GRANTED.
346. January 12th, 2007 CATERBONE receives the following email from Ms. Gail Parenteau, of
Bongiovi Acoustics: “What is Advanced Media Group? It is our policy not to open unsolicited
attachments. What's your tel. no. I've been with Tony since 1986 and neither of us remembers
what this is. I've highlighted your type-os in red below”. CATERBONE responds with the
following email to Ms. Gail Parenteau: “I (Financial Management Group, Ltd.,) was at Power
Station from February until July in 1987 working extensively with Tony, Ellen, and all of the
Producers from Flatbush Films in Hollywood. Tony named me Executive Producer of the project,
and that is in the budgets. Now, are you really associated with Tony, or are you covering for
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Station Studios), business plans for "Mutant Mania", Tony's Digital Movie, with budgets,
screenplays, joint venture agreements, Patent and Copyright materials for Power Station Studios
and Tony. I also have documents for the Pier in Wildwood, which Tony owned. I personally
authored many of these materials with Tony, at his request. I spent many days and nights
working at Power Station on this project. I had a Navajo Chieftain twin turbo prop that I flew to
Power Station for some of my meetings, the other times me and Scott Robertson drove. I even
have another management consulting proposal that I developed for Tony in 1989, when he
wanted me to restructure Power Station from top to bottom. If, you were not privy to these
projects, then maybe you should at least talk to Tony. I was just providing a professional
courtesy to Tony, especially, since I have admitted many documents pertaining to my claims in
the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Tony is not a Defendant
in my claims. I have authored a Joint Venture Proposal for Sony, which details the Power Station
Digital Music System, and I have noticed what Tony is doing. I will not call, for security reasons,
I cannot tell who is on the other end. You can have a legal representative or Tony forward
correspondence to: CATERBONE, 1250 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA 17603”.
347. January 13th, 2007 CATERBONE visits the Red Rose Transit Authority Terminal at Queen
Street again attempting to get his January Monthly Bus Pass, which he thinks is missing in the
mail. CATERBONE borrows $20.00 from Richard Hobday, for food, postage, and paper; and ride
home from the Lancaster County Courthouse. CATERBONE receives a letter and a Distribution
Schedule from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office that states: “On December 20,2007 your
property located at 220 Stone Hill Rd. was sold at Sheriff Sale to a third party buyer, Central
Penn Property Services, Inc. for $156,000.00. Attached, you will find a Schedule of Distribution,
which we are required to do. On this schedule you will see that there is a balance of proceeds to
be paid to you, Stanley J. Caterbone. You, the defendant, will receive this balance of
$17,306.80, however, you have served Sheriff Bergman with a petition to set aside the sale
(PARCP 3132). Please note that we, the Sheriffs Office, do not have a dated and signed copy by
the court of your petition. At the advice of our solicitor, the distribution of any payouts regarding
this property will not be made until the matter is resolved.” Fulton Bank and the Lancaster
County Sheriff’s Department embezzle over $50,000 in Fees, Costs, and the Distribution of Sale
associated with the Sale Proceeds of 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA. The Praecipe-Writ of
Execution filed on July 31sth, 2006 by Fulton Bank for Foreclosure Case No. CI-06-02271 stated:
“FILED. WRIT ISSUED. AFFIDAVIT OF NON-MILITARY SERVICE. PRINCIPAL: $88,568.53;
INTEREST TO 03/02/2006 AT A RATE OF $14.56 PER DIEM: $4,442.96; NEGATIVE ESCROW
BALANCE: $1,096.38; LATE CHARGES: $317.20; ATTORNEYS' FEES: $3,000.00; TOTAL:
$97,425.07. FILED BY SHAWN M. LONG, ESQ”. CATERBONE receives a letter from the Superior
Court of Pennsylvania regarding the Fulton Bank Foreclosure Challenge, notifying him that “AND
NOW, this fourth day of January, 2007 the appeal in this matter is DISMISSED for failure to file a
brief.” This DISMISSAL is highly suspect considering that the Superior Court placed no time

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conditions on receiving the additional (7) Copies and it was received several days AFTER
CATERBONE had already mailed the required (7) Copies and fulfilled the obligations to the
Superior Court, thus furthering the fact that Fulton Bank and the Sheriff’s Office of Lancaster
County held an illegal sale on December 20th, 2006. CATERBONE receives DENIED on an
ORDER from Change of Venue and Continuance for the Hearings for January 18th, 2007,
signed by Judge Dennis Reinaker of the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania.
348. CATERBONE , Stanley J. Caterbone (CATERBONE), alleges that the City of Lancaster and the
Lancaster City Bureau of Police and others colluded to deliberately ignore CATERBONE’S
complaints, an abuse of process, in an effort to interrupt and sabotage current and ongoing
litigation and civil complaints against several major businesses and government agencies with
headquarters in the City of Lancaster and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Those would
include the Lancaster General Hospital; High Industries (Penn Square Partners and the Lancaster
County Convention Center); Fulton Bank and Fulton Financial Corporation; Wachovia Bank
branches; Lancaster Newspapers; the County of Lancaster; the Lancaster County Prison; the
Hotel Brunswick; James Street Investment District; Aurora Films; Haverstick Films; and the
Lancaster City Bureau of Police.
349. CATERBONE also alleges that the Lancaster City Bureau of Police were used to retaliate and
sabotage other litigation and civil complaints against other police departments, namely the
Southern Regional Police Department, Manheim Township Police Department, East Lampeter
Police Department, Millersville Boro Police, Avalon Police Department and the Stone Harbor Police
Department.
350. CATERBONE alleges that by ignoring his complaints the Lancaster City Police Department gave
the green light for others to continue a long and successful period of harassment, thievery,
property damage, computer and electronic hacking, deletion and manipulation of court related
documents, records and evidence, mail fraud, and the like. These activities are so intense that
they have taken on the characteristics of hate crimes.
351. CATERBONE alleges that the gross abuse and negligence defamed his name and that of his
company, ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, which discredited his reputation in an effort to diminish
credibility in the courts and to disrupt and thwart any possible business relations and operations
of ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP resulting in direct and immediate financial losses and loss of
income.
352. Chief Keith Sadler and the Lancaster City Police Bureau rejected and refused to resolve these
disputes through mediation when CATERBONE opened a case with the Lancaster Center for
Mediation in May of 2008 and Keith Sadler communicated on May 8, 2008 that he would not
cooperate and mediate with CATERBONE.
353. On several occasions in 2007 several police officers of the Lancaster City Bureau of Police
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Lancaster City Police Department and that the Lancaster City Bureau of Police would not respond
or take complaints.
354. The Lancaster City Bureau of Police only took one (1) incident of gas siphoned and stolen from
CATERBONE’s 1991 Dodge pickup truck, and refused to take the over 50 (from December 20,
2007 to present), or so other incidents as a complaint, regardless of the efforts to have
Lancaster City Mayor Rick Grey and the Lancaster City Solicitor to look into the allegations and
complaints. CATERBONE had meticulously documented the incidents in a journal and a log of
gas receipts, photographs, and odometer miles for all of the incidents.
355. The Lancaster City Bureau of Police had responded to approximately 10 or so 911 calls in the
last eighteen (18) months to 1250 Fremont Street, residence of CATERBONE, for complaints of
property damage; stolen property, legal and business files and evidence for litigation; computer
and electronic hacking with deleted electronic files; harassment; terrorist threats, stalking,
stolen mail, etc.,.
356. CATERBONE had complained of abuse of process to state and federal law enforcement of the
situation, including U.S. Senator Arlen Specter’s office. CATERBONE had also visited the Federal
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in both Harrisburg and Philadelphia for help and intervention.
357. CATERBONE also had personal meeting with Lancaster City Mayor Rick Gray in Lancaster City
Hall on at least 4 occasions to find a solution to the problems and for help to mediate the
problems and resolve the conflicts and the pain and suffering, as well as loss and destruction of
property and that CATERBONE was undergoing.
358. In November of 2007, CATERBONE and the Advanced Media Group went public with their
Downtown Lancaster investments and business plans that were culminated over the past 9
years. The Advanced Media Group also formerly and publicly introduced their Downtown
Lancaster Action Plan via handouts, websites, and blogs; and began meetings and negotiations
with major stakeholders, City of Lancaster Public Officials, Developers, and investors.
359. In 1997 CATERBONE had solicited Attorney Christina Rainville of Philadelphia and pro bono
attorney for Lisa Michelle Lambert in the Laurie Show murder case. The murder trials and
appeals of the Lambert case demonized Ms. Christina Rainville and U.S. District Court Judge
Stewart Dalzell. After CATERBONE submitted documents and audio recordings, Ms. Christina
Rainville had communicated with CATERBONE that she was not able to take his case due to the
fact that her Philadelphia law firm had banned her from taking on any more Lancaster County
residents, despite the fact that many more sought her legal counsel. On December 31, 1997,
CATERBONE had also personally delivered a CD-ROM to the chambers of U.S. District Court
Judge Stewart Dalzell in an effort to bring attention to his case. In May of 1998 CATERBONE
submitted an AFFADAVIT to the law firm of Schneider and Harrison outlining the prosecutorial
misconduct or Finding of Facts of the 1987 cover-up for Ms. Christina Rainville. CATERBONE
alleges that these facts were part of the attitude and the motives for the law enforcement-at-
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procedure in order to bring these false arrests and malicious prosecutions. The Lancaster
County community-at-large had the same attitude toward CATERBONE. The Lambert case
received national notoriety when U.S. District Judge Stuart Dalzell freed Lambert on a Habeus
Corpus appeal hearing citing she was “actually innocent” beyond a reasonable doubt. Judge
Dalzell was quoted in chambers as saying, "I can tell you, Mr. Madenspacher, that I've thought
about nothing else but this case for over three weeks, and in my experience, sir, and I invite you
to disabuse me of this at oral argument, I want you and I want the Schnader firm to look for any
case in any jurisdiction in the English-speaking world where there has been as much
prosecutorial misconduct, because I haven't found it.” The case was covered by a 3 part series
in the Los Angeles Times by writer Barry Seigel on November 10, 1997 and a television episode
on the A&E Network American Justice Series. The Lancaster community gathered over 10,000
signatures on a petition to impeach U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell for his rulings. In the
end, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania took control of the case and appealed the ruling that
freed Lambert sending her back to prison. The case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court
in 2005, after being denied any review. The case accentuated the rights of Federal Law vs.
State Law and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania solicited a team of attorney generals from
across the nation to help their cause. CATERBONE attended a hearing before Judge Larry
Stengel in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas and to this day, due to his knowledge
and experience with the Lancaster County Judicial System and Law Enforcement believes the
case should have never been conducted without a jury trial, and that the over zealous
prosecution proves that prosecutorial misconduct was never thoroughly investigated or
prosecuted in the Lambert case. CATERBONE will not let that happen in his cases.
360. TO BE CONTINUED IN AN AMENDED COMPLAINT
361. On or about April 14, 2008 1999 HP Notebook n5150 laptop was rendered useless by intruder
shorting the power cord. This was the third computer rendered useless since November of
2007, and the last computer available for use in the home and office. The only computer
available for use was the public computer at the Lancaster County Library on North Duke Street
in downtown Lancaster.
362. On March 18, 2008 CATERBONE went to the Hotel Brunswick in Downtown Lancaster to
continue his take measurements of the Movie Theater for his continued efforts of a business and
development plan to open the Brunswick Movie Theater, which had been closed since 1995.
CATERBONE and Advanced Media Group had an agreement with the Owner of the Brunswick,
Hamid Zahedi, to make a formal proposal and offer for leasing the site. CATERBONE noticed
that the United States Department of Justice Office of Trustee was conducting hearings for
Chapter 11 petitioners in the Presidential Room of the Hotel Brunswick. CATERBONE had not
received ORDERS from his United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 08-3054 for his
appeal of an issue in his Chapter 11 Case No. 05-23059. CATERBONE alleged that the ORDERS
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the trustee for the United States Department of Justice Office of Trustee might be conducting the
hearings. The following day CATERBONE received a disturbing email from Mr. Barry A. Solodky,
Esquire, of Blakinger, Byler & Thomas, P.C., 28 Penn Square, Lancaster, PA 17603. CATERBONE
had known Mr. Solodky since the 1980’s and had even solicited him to review his bankruptcy
matters before the Appllent filed his Chapter 11 case on May 23, 2005. The following email
exchanges detail the incident and the false reports and allegations from a member of Blakinger,
Byler & Thomas, P.C.
363. Sometime in February of 2008 by way of hacking or the staff of the Clerk of Court of the Third
Circuit Court of Appeals, CATERBONE was erroneously and maliciously placed on electronic email
distribution with no paper copies for all of his ORDERS for all of his cases, which at that time
numbered four (4), without the knowledge of CATERBONE. After receiving one of the email
alerts and ORDERS CATERBONE personally visited the Clerk of Court for the Third Circuit and
was told by staff that it was just a new courtesy copy. The staff did not notify CATERBONE that
his cases would not be eligible for paper copies of ORDERS. CATERBONE was alleging since
February that his ORDERS were being stolen in the U.S. mails, and only received information in
April on the bottom of a copy of a letter attached to an ORDER for Case No. 3054 that he was
switched to electronic email distribution with no paper copies. This makes no sense since, filing
as pro se, CATERBONE is not eligible to file any electronic documents in any U.S. or Pennsylvania
Courts.
364. On several occasions since February, CATERBONE was not able to open the Third Circuit
electronic ORDERS on the first attempt, which denied CATERBONE access or knowledge of the
Third Circuit ORDERS with no way of retrieving them again. CATERBONE was not even able to
respond or know how the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled or what ORDERS
were handed down, which also denied CATERBONE any chance to follow court mandated
responses in a timely fashion.
365. On April 17, 2008 CATERBONE went to respond to the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals for
case no. 3054-07 and CATERBONEs paper copies of his briefs and filings were stolen and were
not in his home and office.
366. From April 14, 2008 to April 19, 2008 CATERBONE was electronically hacked by professional
computer hackers at the Lancaster County Library in a more hostile manner than usual. At one
time CATERBONE had lost three or more hours of work for the Downtown Theater at Hotel
Brunswick business and development plan, and the hackers had also deleted sensitive research
and data files for the project.
367. On April 15, 2008 CATERBONE had his brakes rigged on his bicycle while riding in downtown
Lancaster, which almost caused CATERBONE to loose control and again rendered his bicycle unfit
to ride. CATERBONE reported the incident to Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Bergman and
deputy Bourne at the Lancaster County Courthouse. The Lancaster County Sheriff provided tools
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368. From April 14th to May 6th, 2008, CATERBONE had his gas siphoned out of his 1991 Dodge
Dakota Pickup truck on at least 7 different occasions. On April 29 th, 2008, CATERBONE was
scheduled for oral arguments before the Superior Court of Pennsylvania at 9:30 am and had his
gas siphoned the evening or day before and had missed the 7:39am Amtrak train to Harrisburg
and missed the Superior Court Appeal Hearing for Case No. 855 MDA 2007.
369. On April 7th, 2008, CATERBONE had $200 of fraudulent fees charged to his Wachovia Bank
checking account via a clever guise of posting transactions and erroneous statements of the
account.
370. During the month of April and up until the Pennsylvania Primary CATERBONE has documented
several incidents of harassment at the Lancaster Campaign Headquarters for Senator Hillary
Clinton at Queen and Chestnut Streets. CATERBONE had formally volunteered for the campaign.
CATERBONE had alleged misconduct by several key Lancaster Officials and politicians that have
influence in Lancaster City. Most were Obama Supporters and two were Obama elected
delegates. It was ironic that Lancaster County was one of only 7 of 67 counties in Pennsylvania
to vote for Obama.
371. On April 18, 2008, CATERBONE received a fraudulent invoice and collections letter from the
Lancaster County Credit Bureau for $96.00 from the Lancaster County Prison. CATERBONE
immediately went to the Lancaster County Prison and met with Vincent Guirnir, the Warden, who
made certain he would take care of the matter and have the Lancaster Credit Bureau delete the
invoice and the charge from CATERBONE’s record.
372. On several days in April his U.S. Postal Carrier, Mr. Mitchell, in delivering his mail had harassed
CATERBONE. For the past year or so, CATERBONE had a sign on his front door that instructed
the U.S. Postal Carrier to ring the bell if the screen door was locked, which they had done. Then
suddenly the U.S. Postal Carrier refused to ring the door or deliver the mail if the screen door
was locked and lied and said he never did it that way before.
373. For the past 2 years CATERBONE had problems and numerous complaints (drug trafficking,
prostitution, thefts, harassment, destruction of Appellants property, thefts of stolen files,
siphoning of gas, stalking) with local law enforcement and the City of Lancaster officials
regarding the next-door occupants of 1252 Fremont Street, and it’s owner, Mr. William “Lefty”
Plank, a convicted felon (vehicular homicide with DUI, Robbery, Assault, False Identification,
Driving Under Suspension, Probation Violations, etc., and career criminal.
374. CATERBONE had made formal complaints to Lancaster City Mayor Rick Gray regarding the
incidents and allegations of 1252 Fremont Street during personal meetings during February,
March, and April “Open Door” public one on one meetings for the public with the Mayor. During
February, March, and April, CATERBONE pleaded with Lancaster City Mayor Rick Gray to
intervene with the Lancaster City Police to try to resolve the disputes and to take CATERBONEs
complaints and incident reports. After the Mayor failed to bring any change to the situation,
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Lancaster Center for Mediation after the newly appointed Chief of Lancaster City Police, Keith
Sadler was sworn into office on or about April 23, 2008.
375. After almost 2 months of complaints regarding an unregistered and un-inspected old junk
pickup truck (Owned by William “Lefty” Plank, parked in the alley behind 1252 Fremont Street,
on April 15, 2008 the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and Inspections placed a Red “Public
Nuisance and/or Hazardous Vehicle” sticker on the truck. The sticker requires the owner to
remove the vehicle within 48 hours or face a $1,000 per day fine and have the vehicle towed at
the owners expense. CATERBONE again complained to both the Lancaster City Bureau of
Housing and Inspections and the Lancaster City Police after it was not removed. Finally, on April
21, 2008 CATERBONE visited the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and Inspections and again
complained. Within hours the vehicle was finally towed. In April of 2007, CATERBONE had his
mint condition 1991 Dodge Dakota Pickup delivered to his home and office at 1250 Fremont
Street after being stolen by Parula Properties, LLC on December 20, 2006. The Lancaster City
Bureau of Housing and Inspections placed the Red “Public Nuisance and/or Hazardous Vehicle”
on the truck because CATERBONE’s could not afford insurance or registration. CATERBONE
removed his 1991 Dodge Dakota pickup truck within 24 hours after being threatened with the
$1,000 per day fine and having the truck towed away at a location with a per diem charge.
376. On April 22, 2008 while CATERBONE was polling for the Lancaster Campaign Office to elect
Hillary Clinton, at the Helena Greek Orthodox church on Hershey Avenue. First on the way to
the voting precinct, which was only 5 blocks from CATERBONE’s home and office, CATERBONE
ran out of gas because some one again siphoned his gas tank. Lancaster City Councilman
Nelson Polite, who showed up to poll for Barrack Obama, harassed CATERBONE. CATERBONE
did not want to take any more harassment and went back to the Lancaster Office to elect Hillary
Clinton and filed a formal complaint.
377. On April 22, 2008 the 1252 Fremont Street property, and it’s owner, Mr. William “Lefty” Plank
had the house “CONDEMNED” by the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and Inspections. The
notice read as follows: NOTICE THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN CONDEMNED As Being Unfit For
Human Habitation and May Not Be Occupied Until Repaired. The penalty for violation of this
notice can be a fine of $1,000 per day or a term of imprisonment up to 90 days per offense. Do
not obstruct or remove this notice under penalty of law. CITY OF LANCASTER DEPARTMENT OF
HOUSING AND NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT (717)291-4705. The property of 1252 Fremont
Street was never evacuated, and persons continued to Habitat the property no matter how many
times CATERBONE complained to officials of the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and
Inspections, the Lancaster City Police Department, or the Mayor of Lancaster, Mayor Rick Gray.
The Lancaster City Housing and Inspections Bureau advised CATERBONE during personal visits
to the office that 1252 Fremont Street was CONDEMNED for “water shut-off”, and that no one
was permitted in the property. They advised CATERBONE to notify the Lancaster City Police if
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1252 Fremont Street during the entire period of Condemnation.
378. On or about April 24, 2008 a female and a Hispanic male approached 1252 Fremont Street
from the back alley. CATERBONE instructed the two individuals that no one was allowed in the
property, under the condemnation laws. They argued and entered the property with a key.
CATERBONE called 911 for the Lancaster City Police. Two Lancaster City Police officers arrived
within 10 minutes and William “Lefty” Plank and Lee Schopf appeared. They argued that they
were permitted in the house to retrieve things. The two individuals were not seen. The
Lancaster City Police ORDERED everyone out of the house and advised them to vacate the
property. The Lancaster City Police instructed me to keep calling if anyone is seen in the house.
379. On April 26, 2008 a white mail approached 1252 Fremont Street from the front while
CATERBONE was outside working on his property next door. CATERBONE advised the person not
to go inside and the person threatened CATERBONE with physical violence and walked into the
house at 1252 Fremont Street. CATERBONE called 911 to report the threat to his person and
that a person had just went inside 1252 Fremont Street. One Lancaster City Police officer
arrived on foot within approximately 10 minutes and waited for backup before pounding on the
door of 1252 Fremont Street. Another Lancaster City Police Officer arrived on foot walking up
Fremont Street from the Euclid Avenue vicinity. CATERBONE then went inside his home and
office next door at 1250 Fremont Street. After several minutes of pounding on the door, William
“Lefty” Plank opened the door and Lee Schopf walked out of the door. CATERBONE watched
through his screen door and was waiting for the tall white male that threatened him to appear.
CATERBONE opened his screen door and told the Lancaster City Police that they were not seen
when the tall white male entered 1252 Fremont Street. Both Plank and Schopf said there was
no one else inside of 1252 Fremont Street. Later more Lancaster City Police officers arrived and
they handcuffed Lee Schopf and escorted him to a Lancaster City Police cruiser waiting in front
of 1250 Fremont Street. The tall white mail apparently left out the back door before the
Lancaster City Police arrived, or before they inspected the house. The Lancaster City Police
vacated the premises and rang on the door of CATERBONE. The Lancaster City Police Officer
explained that they would call on the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and Inspections on
Monday morning to confirm the story by Plank that he was allowed in the house to retrieve
items. Plank said he needed his cell phone charger. If the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and
Inspections confirmed that they were not allowed in the house, then the Lancaster City Police
officer said they would charge the two with trespass. The Lancaster City Police officer said that
Lee Schopf had outstanding warrants on him. After the Lancaster City Police had left the scene
William “Lefty” Plank knocked on CATERBONE’s door to argue that they were allowed inside and
that he was going back inside the house. CATERBONE slammed the door and told William
“Lefty” Plank to stay away from him. On Monday, April 28, 2008 CATERBONE went to the office
of the Lancaster City Bureau of Housing and Inspections and talked to a male who said he was
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and told CATERBONE to keep calling the Lancaster City Police, but said it in a sarcastic manner
to irritate CATERBONE because no one would enforce the Condemnation Notice.
380. On the early morning of April 24, 2008 at the Brickyard Bar and Restaurant on North Prince
Street CATERBONE was assaulted by a tall black male. CATERBONE went up to the bar to pay for
his tab, one drink, and the assailant started to harass CATERBONE about what was inside his
backpack. CATERBONE left and went downstairs to the lobby where his bicycle was locked. The
assailant followed and kept harassing CATERBONE. CATERBONE warned the assailant to stay
away from CATERBONE or he would call the police. The assailant pulled out his cell phone and
kept saying he has the “police” in his back pocket, or something to that extent. CATERBONE
walked his bicycle out the door as other patrons arrived and rode down the Brickyard pavement
toward North Prince Street. The assailant chased CATERBONE and grabbed his backpack tearing
it in half and stopping CATERBONE. CATERBONE quickly reached back so that all of the legal
files would not spill and kept yelling at the assailant to get away. The assailant kept asking
CATERBONE if he was a “Federali” or Federal Agent. CATERBONE saw a Lancaster City Police
cruiser on the west side of Lemon street at a stop light and quickly rode to flag the police down.
The Lancaster City Police drove across the intersection and stopped in the middle of the street.
CATERBONE told the officer what happened and he said he would drive around to Prince Street
to the front of the Brickyard. CATERBONE went back to Prince Street for his bicycle and saw the
assailant approaching him again. CATERBONE sped away following the police cruiser to the
corner of the alley at Market Street and Lemon Street to hide from the assailant. The Lancaster
City Police cruise was out of sight. After the assailant disappeared CATERBONE went back to the
Brickyards via Lemon Street to look for the Lancaster City Police. After a few minutes the
Lancaster City Police cruiser appeared from James Street and turned down Prince Street. The
Lancaster City Police took a statement from CATERBONE and CATERBONE asked the Lancaster
City Police for a ride home because CATERBONE could not ride and hold the backpack together
at the same time. CATERBONE explained that there were Federal case files in the backpack, but
they refused and told CATERBONE to call a taxi. CATERBONE wrapped his backpack up with a
bungi cord and went home. A few days later CATERBONE went back to the Lancaster City Police
Bureau and requested a report of the incident. Officer Cosmore printed CATERBONE a summary
of the call from County-Wide Communications with a log of the time of the call, a description,
and the responding officers names, and instructed CATERBONE to check back later for a
complete report. CATERBONE did and was instructed to go to the records office of the Lancaster
City Police Bureau where they demanded $15.00 for a “verification letter”. CATERBONE waited
for about ten minutes after the clerk said she would print one out, but left after no one came
back to the window.
381. On May 2, 2008 CATERBONE opened a case for mediation with the Lancaster City Police
Bureau and Chief Keith Saddler at the Lancaster Center for Mediation.
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383. On May 1, 2008 the Advanced Media Group Website at
http://www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com/ was hacked and only 1 hit showed up on
the statistics report.
384. On May 6, 2008 the scanner and printer was again rendered inoperable.
385. On May 6, 2008 the Advanced Media Group Website at
http://www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com/ was hacked and shut down with only 44
hits showed up on the statistics report.
386. On May 7, 2008 Wachovia Bank illegally charged CATERBONE a $10.00 fee for a cahiers check
in an effort to incite and harass. The Wachovia Bank has processed at least 10 cashier checks
prior to this date without ever charging a fee. Joe Caterbone, uncle of CATERBONE was present
in line and walked out after CATERBONE ignored him.
387. May 7, 2008 was one of most painful days of electromagnetic radiation for CATERBONE.
388. On May 8, 2008 the Lancaster City Water Department turned on the water at 1252 Fremont
Street and the CONDEMNED NOTICE was removed.
389. ON May 8, 2008 the electronic version of a brief filed by CATERBONE for Superior Court Case
No. MDA 2053-07 was hacked and changed.
390. On May 9, 2008 the link to the Downtown Lancaster Action Plan of the Advanced Media Group
website was hacked and turned off.
391. On May 10, 2008 after noise all night at 1252 Fremont Street, the home of William “Lefty”
Plank and Lee Schopf, the hot tub jet switch was turned on twice during the day in an effort to
run up the electric bill. At about 8:30 am a long grey haired male started an altercation and
screamed and threatened CATERBONE from the backyard of 1252 Fremont Street, the home of
William “Lefty” Plank and Lee Schopf.
392. On May 12, 2008, as with most mornings CATERBONE tried to get a free breakfast at the St.
James Episcopal Church Food Kitchen. The church had a policy of placing all backpacks outside
the facility and hanging them on the wooden fence in the rear. On several occasions when
CATERBONE had very sensitive court related materials inside, he had left the backpack at
Lancaster City Hall, and even at the Lancaster Public Library. On one occasion a few weeks ago
an alternate Schadd Detective Agency Security Officer locked up the backpack in an office inside
St. James Episcopal Church. On this day, May 12, 2008, CATERBONE decided to request some
sort of exception from the administrators of St. James Episcopal Church. The woman
administrator in the office of St. James Episcopal Church allowed CATERBONE to place the
backpack with court documents and filings insider the church administrators office. She said she
would inform George Dunn, the Schadd Detective Agency Security Officer that he had her
permission. CATERBONE proceeded to the line for breakfast and Mr. George Dunn immediately
made him leave the line and told him it was not her decision. CATERBONE was instructed to
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Dunn, the Schadd Detective Agency Security Officer that the matter would be taken up with his
Superiors. The James Street District Security employee stood close by trying to insinuate that
CATERBONE was in the wrong and causing problems. Immediately following the incident,
CATERBONE went to the Lancaster County Library, which was located right next door, and
Googled Schaad Detective Agency to find an email address to file a complaint and found the
following article: Schadd Detective agency owner to stand trial on prostitution charge by
MATTHEW KEMENY, The Patriot- News Friday February 01, 2008, 3:28 PM Provided PhotoRussell
L. Wantz Jr. The owner of one of the largest private detective and security agencies in central
Pennsylvania will stand trial on a charge of criminal attempt to solicit a prostitute, a Dauphin
County district judge ruled today. Russell Leroy Wantz Jr., 57, who owns the York-based Schaad
Detective Agency, Inc., was arrested Dec. 10 in Swatara Twp., after police said he arraigned to
meet a woman for sex at the Red Roof Inn.
393. On May 13, 2008 CATERBONE went to the office of Spiziri Insurance to use a computer offered
by owner John Spiziri. CATERBONE was hacked and windows explorer would not work while
trying to make a CD-ROM backup of files from a thumb drive.
394. Again on May 13, 2008 the statistics report for Advanced Media Group was hacked and not
displayed.
395. On May 15, 2008 CATERBONE was hacked at the Lancaster County Library while trying to
display the electronic ORDER of the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals, thus denying him access
to the document. There is only 1 (one) view allowed per electronic email. The Library staffer
that was in the Duke Street Business Center of the Library during that time made a remark
before the incident as if she was involved.
396. On May 18, 2008 immediately following the Sunday mass at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, which
CATERBONE attends on a regular basis and is a member, had made arrangements with Charles
“Chip” Snyder, owner operator of Snyder Funeral Home, to pick up the remaining estate files of
his brother, Sammy Caterbone (December 25, 1984 death). The Snyder Funeral Home and Chip
Snyder was the mortician and the first to raise concern and doubt that the suicide on the death
certificate did not make sense since there were no marks of any kind on the neck of the Sammy
Caterbone when the remains were retrieved from Santa Barbara, California. That observation
and notification to CATERBONE started the formal process and investigation into Sammy
Caterbone’s cause of death back in 1984. They agreed to that the files would be available at the
King Street Office of Snyder Funeral Home. At that Mass, Fr. Leo Goodman had announced to the
congregation that St. Mary’s was going to start a video broadcast of the Sunday morning mass
on network television and a web cast for those that are homebound; and requested feedback
from the congregation. CATERBONE waited to offer his services to Fr. Leo Goodman and talked
to him outside after mass. Father Leo Goodman tried to humiliate and harass CATERBONE, as
he has done on so many occasions.
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unknown), leaving a note for the occupants at the front door. CATERBONE has also been making
formal complaints regard the activities of that residence and had an illegally parked car removed
from the back alley a few weeks before. CATERBONE informed Wally of suspicious activity that
looked like drug trafficking with people going in and out during the day and night, similar to
1252 Fremont Street. Wally thought they were selling drugs also. Wally confirmed that they
were not paying rent and he was evicting the tenants. CATERBONE went back to his residence
and heard yelling and screaming from 1242 Fremont Street, and heard the tenants threaten
Wally with physical threats and Sylvia Boas, 1244 Fremont Street also yelling at Wally. Wally
was walking to his car and threatening to call the police.
398. On May 20, 2008, CATERBONE left his residence in his 1991 Dodge truck and within a half of
block was stalked by Mr. Joseph Caterbone and Ms. Dee Stover Butz. Blocks away CATERBONE
got out of his car at a red light and asked Mr. Joseph Caterbone (Uncle) if he was following him,
and went back to his car, where Dee Stover Butz was directly behind CATERBONE. CATERBONE
asked her while she was waiving to him in a sarcastic manner, if she was 12 years old.
CATERBONE went immediately to the Headquarters of WGAL-TV where there was supposed to be
a protest of the TV Station for the bias of the media coverage of the Clinton-Obama presidential
race. CATERBONE received an email the day before soliciting protesters from Rebecca Lytle, a
Clinton campaign person for Lancaster County. In the parking lane of WGAL-TV CATERBONE ran
out of gas due to another incident of someone stealing his gas. He found only one (1) person
protesting and suggested that the email was a fraud to the person protesting.
399. On August 19, 2009 or there about, CATERBONE received the NOTICE OF AWARD from the
Social Security Administration (SSA) for his DISABILITIES BENEFITS from the application of April
8, 2009. The application was for symptoms and illnesses from the victimization of U.S.
SPONSORED MIND CONTROL TECHONOLOGIES. The application and due diligence process by
the SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION included documentation related to the victimization of
U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and did NOT INCLUDE ANY MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS OR ANY
PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATIONS BY THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION OR THIRD PARTIES.
CATERBONE continues to receive his benefits to this day. Key elements of the BENEFITS are as
follows:

 The SSA considered CATERBONE DISABLED AS OF DECEMBER OF 2005; the date of
which he became a victim of full-time 24/7 synthetic telepathy as documented.
 A check in the amount of $21,456.00 was received as payment for benefits retroactive for
one year to April of 2008.
 CATERBONE’S case was UPDATED in May of 2015 with a NOTIFICATION LETTER of July
26, 2016 stating that “WE DO NOT NEED TO UPDATE YOUR CASE AT THIS TIME”.
It should be noted that all beneficiaries are required to go thru the UPDATE at least once
every 3 years, with the exception of chronic cases and/or those over the age of 50.
 A NOTIFICATION LETTER OF BENEFITS was received on December 19, 2016 with NET
MONTYLY BENEFITS of $1379.00 per month.
400. In March of 2010 FULTON BANK illegally filed a No Trespass Notice against CATERBONE and
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boxes containing files, electronic media, evidence, medications, social security documents, audio
files, court filings, personal legal documents such as birth certificates, etc,., and most
importantly $31,000.00 in Cashiers Checks amounting to theft of property, extortion, obstruction
of justice, and mental duress.
401. In April of 2010, during the week in which CATERBONE was to attend a PRESS
RELEASE CONFERENCE in Kentucky for the Human Rights Organization, FREEEDOM
FROM COVERT HARASSMENT AND SURVEILLANCE in and in retaliation for CATERBONE
filing an EMERGENCY INJUNCTION FOR RELIEF in Federal Court Detective Clark
Bearinger, of the Lancaster City Bureau of Police filed a fabricated and malicious 302
mental health warrant in an effort to cover up the Fulton Bank criminal act and the
Federal Emergency Injunction. Detective Clark Bearinger used a fabricated Youtube Video
that allegedly depicted CATERBONE saying it was “KILL A COPY TIME”. The Lancaster City
Detective never produced the video to anyone, or presented it to the Judge at the 303 Hearing.
A. In an effort to get released CATERBONE agreed to suspend all social media accounts.
402. While incarcerated in the Psychiatric Emergency Unit of the Lancaster General Hospital, all
Medical Professionals did engage in a wholesale program of psychological torture.
A. First of all there was no 302 delivered with any of the Lancaster City Police upon arrival to
the emergency psychiatric unit until hours later.
B. The Charge Nurse was the main culprit of the psychological torture and would later stalk
CATERBONE at the local WALMART on at least 2 occasions.
C. Second, they refused to give CATERBONE an interview only after making several
complaints to see the 302 Warrant.
D. The MD that did finally interview CATERBONE would not listen to the facts and release
CATERBONE , and LGH purposefully held CATERBONE for about 6 hours until moving him
to FAIRMOUNT.
403. While incarcerated at the FAIRMOUNT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM, in Philadelphia all
Medical Professionals did engage in a wholesale program of psychological torture.
A. After CATERBONE refused a blood test and medications 3 Psych-techs walked into
CATERBONE 'S room, held him down, and administered a psychotropic drug in his ass,
which after a few hours dummed CATERBONE down to a state of semi-consciousness,
slurred speech, and total compliance for days on end, making it impossible to defend himself
during the 303 HEARING, which he immediately demanded upon arrival.
B. Derrick Robinson, President of the Human Rights Group FREEEDOM FROM COVERT
HARASSMENT AND SURVEILLANCE did make calls to FAIRMOUNT hospital in an effort to get
CATERBONE released. CATERBONE had previously served on the OUTREACH COMITTEE,
which Derrick Robinson presided over weekly teleconference meetings during 2009 and the
beginning of 2010.
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was Dr. Gratz, the Administrators, and Detective Clark Bearinger.
D. During the stay at FAIRMOUNT CATERBONE and FULTON BANK attorney Stephanie Carfly
(CATERBONE and Stephanie Carfly had a very civil relationship), of the firm Barley Snyder,
LLP, did consummate a verbal agreement to allow the PLAITNIFF to go to the FULTON BANK
and empty CATERBONE 'S safe deposit boxes, which would later be rescinded by higher
authorities. Stephanie Carfly would later leave Barley Snyder and George Warner would file
an APPEARANCE for FULTON BANK in August of 2011, without the knowledge of
CATERBONE .
E. CATERBONE erroneously agreed to a stay up to 20 days, which amounted to a total stay of
about 10 days, and three (3) months of outpatient treatment consisting of weekly visits to
Erin, a counselor at Pennsylvania Counseling Services on Pearl Street in Lancaster.
F. CATERBONE finally agreed to a see the resident psychiatrist after consistent badgering by
Erin, however, after showing up for the scheduled appointment, the Psychiatrist refused to
keep the appointment due to the fact the medical records were not transferred to
Pennsylvania Counseling Services, so CATERBONE was told.
G. CATERBONE filed the appropriate papers and received the medical records to Pennsylvania
Counseling Services, however the meeting was not kept due to the 3 months had ended.
H. Derrick Robinson, President of the Human Rights Group FREEEDOM FROM COVERT
HARASSMENT AND SURVEILLANCE did write a letter addressed to “Erin” stating the fact that
CATERBONE was a victim of Electromagnetic Weapon Assaults and listed several
symptoms. The letter was hand delivered during one of the weekly sessions.
I. CATERBONE did enjoy the appointments due to the fact it was the only person that would
listen to CATERBONE 'S accounts of the torture and abuse by electromagnetic weapons.
J. CATERBONE did request to keep seeing Erin after the 3 months had ended, however
PENNSYLVANIA Counseling Services refused saying that CATERBONE 'S insurance would not
pay.
404. In May, Detective Clark Bearing did agree to drive CATERBONE to the FULTON BANK
branch at Manor Shopping Center to accommodate CATERBONE 'S request for a witness and
transportation to empty and deliver home the contents of 3 safe deposit boxes, which resulted
from the illegal and intentional NO TRESPASS NOTICE.
A. CATERBONE had previously arranged and had delivered and installed a safe from Neffsville
Lock and Safe on North Queen Street, Lancaster, prior to arranging for the emptying of the
FULTON BANK safe deposit boxes to provide safe passage for the all of the legal assets
contained in the safe deposit boxes.
B. Detective Clark Bearinger notified Fernando Sanchez while CATERBONE was emptying his
safe deposit boxes on the other side of the 4 ½ foot partition that his son worked for the
Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA.
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him for the outstanding time left on the contracts for the safe deposit boxes.
D. In December of 2015, Fernando Sanchez, the branch manager responsible for the
illegal no trespass notice was indicted and imprisoned on federal charges for
embezzling more than $99,000 from the MANOR SHOPPING CENTER ASSOCIATION
account held at FULTON BANK. Fernando was also a basketball coach at Lancaster
Catholic High School. The presiding Judge Was Judge Edward Smith, chambers and court in
Easton, Pennsylvania, who in 2016, was illegally given the cases of CATERBONE when the
clerk of courts of the eastern district of Pennsylvania wrote an order transferring a case from
Philadelphia Judge Anita Brody. The alleged reason was that the perps keep hacking the gps
system of CATERBONE and the fact that it was a danger and threat to CATERBONE to
attend hearings in a foreign city.
E. On May 6, 2016 Sanchez was sentenced to 15 months in Federal Prison when the
Prosecutors argued during a sentencing memorandum “his actions reveal a pattern of
misbehavior rather than a sudden and single departure from an otherwise law
abiding life”.
405. On or about August 26, 2010 CATERBONE 'S brother Steve Caterbone arrives at 1250
Fremont Street with their Mother, Yolanda Caterbone, who was brought home to rest and live out
the remaining years of her life at home after living 5 years in Southern Florida with son's Steve
and Mike. Both Steve and CATERBONE attend full-time to the care of their mother on a daily
basis. Their mother was suffering from congestive hear failure, a decreased renal
failure that technically was borderline for daily dialysis, full-blown dementia, had a
heart pacemaker and stint, and the inability to walk. CATERBONE possesses all of the
medical reports to confirm the preceding.
406. In September of 2010 CATERBONE 'S computer was hit by one of the first “RANSOM” viruses,
which requires a money transfer to cyberhackers in order to gain access to all of the data stored
on the computer. A-Plus Computers on Columbia Avenue in Lancaster provides the service of
scrubbing the hard drive, loosing all of the data, and installs the anti-virus software from AVAST.
The next month WGAL TV8 would report on the virus during the daily scam alerts. The cost was
about $100.00. Because of the expertise of the CATERBONE, no important or vital data was
lost, and all was contained on other back up media. Due to the fact that CATERBONE had by
this time shut down all social media sites, there was not much data to loose. Most activities
surrounding CATERBONE 'S ongoing litigation was shut down after the purposeful and malicious
attack and illegal 302 Mental Health Warrant by Lancaster City Detective Clark Bearinger. It
was, at that time a successful strategy.
407. In the week before Christmas of 2010, Yolanda Caterbone was hospitalized via a 911
Emergency call in one of three hospitalizations prior to her passing on June 29, 2011. This
hospitalization was for a urinary tract infection, which lasted about 3 weeks. Upon arrival back
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408. In March of 2011 Yolanda Caterbone falls while sneaking out of bed in the middle of the night
and breaks her hip requiring a total hip replacement at the tender age of 84. This
hospitalization last about a month.
409. In April of 2011 another hospitalization was required for fluid in the lungs.
410. On June 29th 2011, while under the care of HOSPICE, an on the Birthday of
CATERBONE 'S youngest brother and Yolanda Caterbone’s youngest son Tommy (who
deceased on April 29, 1996 in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina – SEE WRONFUL DEATH
COMPLAINT v. FULTON BANK) died. The funeral and celebration took place on July 2,
2011 at St. Joseph Church. A CELEBRATION was held in the back yard of 1250
Fremont Street. My MOTHER literally died of a broken heart due to all of the
circumstances surrounding the 60 some years of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control,
COINTELPRO, and Community Stalking.
411. In August of 2011, while Benadeth, Anna, and Alex (Anna's Boyfriend) come to visit during the
TOMMY CATERBONE MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT, Steve Caterbone vacates 1250 Fremont
Street and returns to Miami, Florida with his family.
412. CATERBONE will spend the next several holidays with the RODA Family.
413. On New Years Eve, 2011, former friend and now living in Florday, Kevin Hobday makes an
unannounced visit to 1250 Fremont Street with his family, wife Jill, and 2 daughters.
414. In November of 2012, a few days before the U.S. Presidential election, Steve Caterbone
returns with the infamous BIG BOY [ALLEGEDLY A VICTIM OF MIND CONTRO HIMSELF] AND BIG
GIRL, the dogs from Hell (THE LITTERLY ATE THE ENTIRE BACK YARD DRIVING CATERBONE
NUTS)! Just Kidding. RIP BIG GIRL!
415. On June 23, 2015 CATERBONE files an AMICUS BRIEF in the Lisa Michelle Lambert Habeus
Case in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Case No. 14-02559 and is
captioned on the Case as MOVANT. THIS WILL CAUSE EVEN MORE INCENTIVE FOR
RETALIATION BY THE LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COMMUNITY WITH A MORE
INTENSE COMMUNITY-WIDE TORTURE AND HARASSMENT PROGRAM.
416. August 6, 2015 CATERBONE voluntarily seeks out and submits to a polygraph in West Chester,
Pennsylvania, in an effort to provide credit to the ongoing public relations campaign of slander
and libel by the Lancaster City Police Department. The Polygrapher was Ms. Bonnie Lee of
Polygraph Solutions LLC, 257 W. Uwchlan Ave, Downingtown, PA 19335. On the evening of
August 6, 2015 Ms. Bonnie Lee called and NOTIFIED CATERBONE THAT HE HAD FAILED
THE POLYGRAPH. The following are CATERBONE'S response which was used to file a
complaint and refund from the credit card company EPIC, which was on the record as
COMPLAINT NO. SR1-2637592483. The response is as follows:
 I had chosen a one issue test and she kept changing the terminology of my question -
dealing with telepathy. Ms. Lee looked up the term on her smartphone and gave me
definitions that were not consistent with the technology, I had to provide me own definition
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polygraph question was "Am I a Victim of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control?" - I have the Social
Security Disability Benefits to prove that I am
 As usual, there had to be some form of uninfluenced, typical of Targeted Individuals and
Federal Whistleblowers
 Ms. Miller failed to inform me yesterday that she only accepts cash the day of the polygraph
test; I luckily read it on her website. It was buried on a 3 ½ long screen text message
 As usual my Apple Iphone GPS was again hacked and lead me in the wrong direction to the
middle of a development some miles away, fortunately I had prepared for this and had Ms.
Lee provide me with verbal instructions the day before
 Again, as they did on my way to Carlisle, I was again given the electromagnetic attacks that
produce an intense need to sleep while driving
 When I arrived early in the pre-test interview she tried to talk me out of continuing on with
the test; I had to almost threaten legal action due to the fact that I had paid a $300.00
credit card deposit the day before the test. Maybe she does this to avoid taxes?
 The entire process lasted from 1:50pm until 4:30pm and was exhausting. She admitted that
she performed more than the usual 3 chart test. I had actually fallen asleep for a few
seconds due to the electromagnetic sleep attack, and fought myself during the entire process
not to fall asleep
 I had to sit motionless for almost an hour and a half and she barked at me for the slightest
movement; which does not seem to be normal
 She had tailored the profile questions to include any hint of behavior for my entire lifespan
 During the profile interview I had warned her that the only way that I would fail would be
due to either her machinery or her conduct
 SHE GUARANTEED ME THAT IF I TOLD THE TRUTH – I WOULD PASS THE TEST; SHE
FLAT OUT LIED TO ME! I TOLD THE TRUTH DURING THE ENTIRE PROCESS!
 CATERBONE filed a complaint with his credit card company to hopeful recover the $300.00
deposit.
 She had 2 books in the corner of her office titled “Brain Mapping” and one on
“Interrogation Techniques”.
 There were no breaks in between the charts. I finally had to ask to go to the bathroom
before the final chart.
 During the profile session regarding personal integrity she had asked “do you have
any bad behavior within the past 55 years.
 I had asked her if she would release the results to third parties and she said that was alright
however she said she would have to include all my answers regarding the profile of my
personal information. I kept questioning why she would not just release the report she
released to me and she would not budge on her position.
417. On September 2, 2015 CATERBONE files a MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGEMENT FOR
THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF LISA MICHELLE LAMBER FROM PRISON, in the Lisa
Michelle Lambert Habeus Case in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania, Case No. 14-02559, which will wind through the U.S. Third Circuit Court
of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 and 15-3400, which is now in the U.S. Supreme Court as
Case No. 16-6822. THE FEDERAL LAW DICTATES THAT LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT BE
RELEASED FROM INCARCERATION. THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA HAS
CONCEADED ANY AND ALL CREDIBILITY INVOLVING THAT CASE OVER THE PAST 2
YEARS WITH THE INTENTIONAL AND MALICOUS CONDUCT AND RETALIATION
AGAINST CATERBONE .
418. In August of 2015 Steve Caterbone vacates again to live with brother, Phil (Doctor, D.O. Family
Practitioner), who had just moved from Austin, Texas, to Carlisle Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania and return to Miami Florida. Our brother Mike Caterbone and his family (4
children) have been living in Plantation, Florida since 1999.
420. On July 8, 2015 another ILLEGAL AND FABRICATED 302 MENTAL HEALTH WARRANT BY
LANCASTER CITY POLICE DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER.
421. In November of 2015 CATERBONE and Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane
correspond to one another re the 1998 encounter with the NSA when CATERBONE was told that
his PERPETRATORS AND ENEMIES were the “GOOD OLD BOYS”.
422. On February 13, 2016 Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural
causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.
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423. On February 19, 2016 another ILLEGAL AND FABRICATED 302 MENTAL HEALTH WARRANT BY
LANCASTER CITY POLICE DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER.
424. February 20, 2016 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT Releases her book titled “LOVE, MURDER AND
CORRUPTION in LANCASTER COUNTY”. The book is sold at the local Barnes and Noble
bookstore in the RedRose Commons Shopping Center on the Fruitville Pike in Lancaster, PA.
425. On April 28, 2016 CATERBONE files an AMICUS BRIEF for then Pennsylvania Attorney
General Kathleen Kane in the Pennsylvania Superior Court in Philadelphia, Case No. 1164 EDA
2016 and in named the AMICUS on the Caption.
426. On July 15, 2016 CATERBONE sends another invoice to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter for
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427. On August 6, 2016 CATERBONE files yet another FBI IC3 ONLINE COMPLAINT with the FBI
and delivers a hard copy to the Harrisburg Office.
428. On August 15, 2016 LNP reports ANOTHER SUSPICIOUS DEATH. “Convicted killer Robert
Zook Jr. dies in state prison”. A few days prior CATERBONE has a conversation
regarding his allegations of Robert Zook being a Targeted Individual with 3 Lancaster
County Sheriff's at the Marion Courtroom outside dining area. Robert Zook testified
during a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Appeal and the following come from the
December 11, 2000 OPINION :
A. Appellant claims that he cannot effectively communicate with counsel any longer
due to his fixed delusional belief that a radio transmitter has been inserted in his
brain which monitors his every move and which can prove that he is innocent of the
charges. At the competency hearing, Dr. Robert Sadoff, M.D. and Dr. Larry
Rotenberg, M.D. testified on behalf of the defense and Dr. Timothy Michals, M.D.
testified on behalf of the Commonwealth. Appellant also testified. Appellant
testified regarding his belief that the Department of Corrections implanted a radio
transmitter in his head that enables “them” to control his thoughts, pump
conversation into Appellant’s head, and project images into his field of vision.
Additionally, Appellant claims that his counsel is involved in a number of illegal
activities and is part of a conspiracy to defraud his family of large sums of money
which initially started in 1979.1 Appellant testified that in 1979, there was a drug
raid in counsel’s law office involving members of the Pagan motorcycle gang and
Appellant’s mother. He claims that during this raid, a radio transmitter, similar to
the one he claims is implanted in his head, was removed from his mother’s
abdomen “with a knife.” Appellant is disturbed that his counsel will not litigate this
issue of the radio transmitter. He believes that some type of technology would
enable the prosecution and/or the defense to explore the actual crime scene via
the radio transmitter and that, therefore, the issue of the radio transmitter must be
explored in the [J-205-2000] – 5 pending PCRA proceedings.7 Appellant insists
that he is not mentally ill and that he is innocent of the murders. He also believes
that his counsel actively is seeking to have him executed. The court explicitly
disagreed with counsels’ claim that Appellant’s delusional beliefs interfere with his
ability to trust and work with his counsel. In support of that conclusion, the court
noted that Appellant has not terminated his relationship with counsel despite his
attempts to advance his theory regarding the Transmitters; he was extremely
polite and respectful to counsel during the hearing and demonstrated no hostility
or animosity towards either of his counsel; and that if Appellant honestly believed
that his attorneys were working to have him executed, or that they had defrauded
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concluded that Appellant was not mentally ill and not incompetent to proceed.
429. August 22, 2016 CATERBONE files a Preliminary Injunction for Emergency Relief, Case No. CI-
05842 in the Lancaster County Court of Appeals in order to have a JUDGE ORDER attending
physicians to continue the practice of prescribing pain medications to treat the pain associated
with CATERBONE'S back and legs, which has been the practice since at least 2009. THE
LANCASTER COUNTY JUDICIAL BENCH REFUSES TO EVEN ADDRESS THE CIVIL ACTION –
ANOTHER CRIME OF OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE AND TORTURE. A COMPLAINT WAS FILED IN
THE OFFICE OF THE JUDICIAL CONDUCT BOARD OF PENNSYLVANIA IN HARRISBURG, PA in
December of 2016
430. On October 1, 2016 CATERBONE'S 2004 Santa Fe was stolen via a tactic of a perpetrator
named John Keener physically harassing and restraining CATERBONE from exiting Hildy's Bar on
the corner of East Frederick and N. Mary Street in Lancaster, while the towing company
LANCASTER FLEET AND AUTO, known as LFA, towed the car away to the impound lot. After a
stolen car claim was filed to CATERBONE'S insurance carrier GEICO, on October 27, 2016 LFA
called CATERBONE to notify him that the car was towed and impounded on October 1, 2016 and
demanded the payment of $960.00 in order to get the car back – A Classic Case of
Extortion and Theft by Deception.
431. On October 7, 2016 perpetrators vandalized and rendered useless CATERBONE'S Xerox
Copier/Fax/Scanner causing costs of several thousand dollars in travel expenses, printing
costs, time, and energy due to the fact that Harrisburg was the most cost effective location for
copy services. The cost at Harrisburg State Street Copy was $.07 cents v. $.20 in Lancaster.
The Xerox was printing at about $.02 per copy and replacement is approximately
$500.00. Another item on the ALLSTATE INSURANCE CLAIM for damaged/stolen
property, which totals approximately $10,000 to date.
432. On November 6, 2016 the SUNDAY NEWS OF LNP reports “Feds probe Fulton Bank, 3
others for possible fair-lending violations”. The article states “Fulton Bank, the
biggest bank in Lancaster County, and three sister banks are being investigated for
possible violations of federal fair-lending laws. The newly widened probe was
disclosed Friday by Fulton Financial, the holding company for the banks, inside a
routine filing about its quarterly profits. According to Fulton Financial, the U.S.
Department of Justice is looking into “potential lending discrimination on the basis of
race and national origin” at the four banks that may have occurred since Jan. 1, 2009.
The link to the article is http://lancasteronline.com/insider/feds-probe-fulton-bank-
others-for-possible-fair-lending-violations/article_3e0bfacc-a2d2-11e6-baba-
f35c4009ce63.html
433. On November 12, 2016 CATERBONE writes and produces the document titled “FALSE
IMPRISONMENT AND ILLEGAL INTERROGATIONS by U.S. Intelligence Agencies
November 12, 2016”. The document contains the following:

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 DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA) - July of 2005, Austin Texas – Brigadier General
John C. L. Scribner Texas Military Forces Museum: A. Upon getting clearance by the
Military Police at the gate to enter I was apprehended by 2 white male DIA Agents dressed in
suit and ties while viewing old Huey Helicopter, and escorted outside in front of my 2005
Honda Odyssey. The 2 DIA Agents identified themselves and interrogated me for
approximately 1 ½ hours. Interrogation included International Signal and Control, PLC., or
ISC Whistleblowing and Claims in U.S. Federal Court, 05-cv-2288. Agents searched my
vehicle and reviewed documents that I had with me. They would not allow me to leave until
they confirmed that I was staying with my brother, Dr. Phillip Caterbone of Austin, Texas by
calling his medical office and confirming with his office manager. I was ORDERED NOT TO
VISIT ANY MILITARY BASES OR FACILITIES NOW OR IN THE FUTURE before being released.

 NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) March 8, 2016 – NSA Headquarters, Ft. Meade,
Maryland: A. At about 8:00pm I entered the back parking lot of the Lancaster City Police
Station to deliver a document to the front desk for Detective Clark Bearinger. After pulling
into a parking spot 3 or 4 patrol cars moved into position around my car and Lt. McCord
approached my window. I told him why I was there and he ORDERED me to leave
immediately. I had intended to go to the Office Depot to mail via USPS Priority Mail my
Request for the COMMUTATION OF LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT'S PRISON SENTENCE addressed
to President Obama. After the incident at the Lancaster City Police Station I decided to drive
to Washington, D.C. Either deliver the prepared priority mail package at the White House
Guard Gate, or mail it from another copy center inside Washington, D.C. On Route 95South I
saw the exit for Ft. Meade and thought I would take a few pictures of the NSA Headquarters
building that is always depicted in official photos. Along the exit ramp to Ft. Meade, there
was a sign for the NSA Museum. I could not find the right ramp, it was very confusing in the
dark and saw the NSA Guard Gate and a female NSA Policewoman standing outside the
guard gate. I decided to approach the guard gate and ask directions, but as soon as I
entered the guard gate, the female officer got in a car a drove through the gate. I stopped at
the booth and asked the male NSA Police Officer where the museum was. He asked what I
was doing and where my destination was. I explained and he asked me if I wanted to talk to
someone. I responded yes, and he took my USPS Priority Mail my Request for the
COMMUTATION OF LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT'S PRISON SENTENCE addressed to President
Obama and inspected it inside the security booth. He requested me to pull through the guard
gate and instructed me to park inside the guarded NSA complex. As soon as I pulled into the
designated parking spot, another 2 or 3 NSA Police Cruisers arrived. I was instructed to shut
off my engine and exit the vehicle. 2 NSA Police Officers said for security purposes to empty
my pockets and place my belongings on top of the hood of my 2007 Honda CRV. Then,
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asking questions and asked if they could inspect my car, and I said of course. I later turned
around and they had a NSA Canine sniffing my car. It soon turned hostile and at least 8 NSA
Police took turns interrogating me on everything from International Signal and Control, PLC.,
or ISC Whistleblowing and Claims in U.S. Federal Court to my mental health record,
employment status, and my recent online job applications. In the past, in order to counter
the HARASSMENT PROGRAM, I would apply for various employment postings by the
intelligence community. They kept asking if I had applied to the NSA, and I kept telling them
that I could not remember. The interrogation lasted about 1 1/12 hours before I was
ORDERED TO RETURN TO LANCASTER AND NEVER TO ENTER ANY FEDERAL FACILITY IN THE
FUTURE. I immediately returned home to Lancaster, prepared a USPS Priority Mail Envelope
in my home/office at 1250 Fremont Street, then went to a USPS Drop Box. I later closed
down my FACEBOOK account, never to open it again.

 NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) 1998 – A Job Fair at a converted Car Dealer in
York, Pennsylvania: After attending the Job Fair I was getting ready to get into my
car when a older white male dressed in a suit approached me. At the time, I was
again the the midst of community stalking and harassment. He identified himself as
being from the National Security Agency, or NSA. I asked him if he could stop the
harassment and stalking and he replied, “Stan, it is not us, it is the 'Good Old
Boys'”. We then had a cordial conversation for about 15 minutes or so, then parted
ways.
434. On November 15, 2016 CATERBONE sends via USPS Priority Mail a Letter to President
Obama and asks for the COMMUTATION OF LISA MICHELLE LAMBERTS SENTENCE. THE LETTER
WAS RECIEVED AND CONFIRMED. THE FOLLOWING IS A LINKS TO THE LETTER:
A. https://www.scribd.com/document/331229947/Letter-REQUEST-for-
COMMUTATION-of-the-Sentence-of-Lisa-Michell-Lambert-to-President-Obama-
November-15-2016
435. On November 18, 2016 CATERBONE sends a letter to Judy Astacio, Consumer Services
Investigator, Pennsylvania Department of Insurance, Bureau of Consumer Services
which contains the following:

 As per you letter of November 7, 2016 and GEICO's Letter of October 27, 2016 it seems that
this case is another example of an attempt to slander and libel my person and character. It is
quite peculiar that on the very same date, OCTOBER 27, 2016 Lancaster Fleet and Auto
Service (LFA) Clerk, named Clark, called me at about 8:25am and informed me that LFA had
my 2004 Santa Fe auto stored in their IMPOUND LOT. Now, of course my first question was
why did you not call me on October 1, 2, or 3 rd? LFA informed me that per protocol for every
tow, they immediately notify the Lancaster City Police Department. As per my statement,
John Keener Assaulted me at about 2:05am on Saturday, October 1, 2016 and stood
between me and the exit door and would not let me leave HILDEY's Bar. As you can see in
my documentation, the LFA Tow Log and My Photo prove that this event was set up in
advance to ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING MALICOUS AND PURPOSEFUL AGENDA:
◦ Make it appear my 2004 Santa Fe was stolen THEFT BY DECEPTION

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◦ Extort the Tow and Impound Fees of $860.00 EXTORTION
◦ Leave me without transportation and making me ride my bike and take the RRTA Bus
◦ PAIN AND SUFFERING DUE TO BACK AND GROIN PAIN

Because of item no. 3, the Lancaster Community fabricated stories that my PA Drivers License was
REVOKED and my 2004 Santa Fe was REPOSSED for NON PAYMENT ON A LOAN. LIBEL AND
SLANDER (Written of Social Media Sites) In addition, GEICO had forged my STATEMENTS for
the DECLARATION and REFUSE TO ADHERE TO MY REQUEST FOR HALF TORT AND CHARGED
ME FULL TORT, ANOTHER METHOD TO EXTORT A HIGHER PREMIUM, EVEN AFTER MY
REPEATED PHONE CALLS TO REMEDY THE ACT. Following are links that you must
consider and I suggest you refer this matter to Mr. Beamer and the PENNSYLVANIA
ATTORNEY GENERAL WHITE COLLAR CRIME UNIT.

436. On November 21, 2016 CATERBONE updates the Anti-Stalking Legislation handout and visits
the Pennsylvania Capital to distribute to the members of the Judiciary committee, which were
originally visited back in the summer of 2015.
437. On November 25, 2016 CATERBONE sends a USPS Priority Mail letter to the law firm of A.
Barry Cappello and Leila J. Noel, known as Cappello & Noel, LLP which reads:
A. “In 1987 I visited your firm and delivered 3 blue binders for your review of my L
it. Attached is a docum
helpful:”
438. On November 30, 2016 CATERBONE files another AMICUS BRIEF for former Pennsylvania
Attorney General Kathleen Kane in the Middle District Superior Court in Philadelphia, in person,
case no. 3576 EDA 2016. CATERBONE will find that the Prothonotary inadvertently in an
attempt to cover up the filing lists the AMICUS BRIEF as filed by APPELLANT KATHLEEN KANE ON
THE DOCKET SHEET, and despite repeated calls to the PROTHONOTARY OFFICE, they refused to
list CATERBONE as the filer. For reference CATERBONE kept referring the clerks to 1164 EDA
2016, which lists Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se as the filer from the beginning.
439. On December 8, 2016 in case no. 1219 MDA 2016 CATERBONE v. The Lancaster City Police in
the Pennsylvania Superior Court CATERBONE files a brief which is due on January 7, 2017.
440. On December 8, 2016 the LANCASTER CITY POLICE are represented by the attorneys
Handwerger, Barry Nathan and Neil Albert of Zimmerman, Pfannebecker, Nuffort & Albert
441. On December 8, 2016 the United States House of Representatives passed HR 4919, which
given the current circumstances the LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT MOST LIKELY
ALREADY APPLIED FOR A GRANT TO CHIP CATERBONE - the following is from an article in the
ATIVIST POST by Whitney Webb on December 13, 2016
A. Last Thursday, the House passed HR 4919, also known as Kevin and Avo
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442. On December 12, 2016 CATERBONE files a complaint to the Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct
Board v. Judge David Ashworth for the following:

 On September 22, 2016 A Preliminary Injunction For Emergency Relief For Pain
Medications And A Therapeutic Spa Via His Medicare Supplemental Insurance Was
Filed By Stan J. Caterbone, In Pro Se
 On September 22, 2016 The Caption Entry Was Listed As: Stan J. Caterbone Vs.
Lancaster General Hospital; Abbeyville Family Medicine; Patient First Urgent Care;
Southeast Medical; Medexpress Urgent Care; Lancaster Regional Medical Center
And The Lancaster City Police Department
 On October 3, 2016 A Motion For A 30-Day Continuance, Was Filed By Stan J.
Caterbone
 On October 3, 2016 An Exhibit Was Filed By Stan J. Caterbone In Pro Se
 On October 31, 2016 The Case Was Assigned To Judge Ashworth
 On November 15, 2016 A Motion For Summary Judgment, Was Filed By Stan J.
Caterbone
 See The Attached Document For Your Review.
 Legal question And Complaint – Why Did The Judge Not Rule On The In Forma
Pauperis And The Preliminary Injunction For Emergency Relief? This Is A Clear
Violation Of Due Process, A Violation Of The Obstruction Of Justice Clauses, And
Furthers The Torture Program By Not Allowing The Plaitiff The Relief Requested
And Covering Up The Entire Case.

443. On December 12, 2016 CATERBONE 'S last printer was vandalized making it
impossible to scan the stamped documents from the Pennsylvania Superior Court
Prothonotary for Case No. 1219 MDA 2016 and the stamped copy from the Pennsylvania Judicial
Conduct Board complaint v. Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge David Ashworth,
both located at the Pennsylvania Judicial Center on Commonwealth Avenue in Harrisburg.
CATERBONE is also in the midst of litigation in the U.S. Supreme Court, as a PRO SE
LITIGANT, in Case No. 16-6822 for the Lisa Michelle Lambert Habeus Corpus Case 14-
02559 of the Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania, which CATERBONE is named
MOVANT. The case is going to be distributed to the Supreme Court Justices on
January 7, 2016 for that Conference. The Case was appealed from the U.S. Third
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444. Again, as usual, CATERBONE was harassed while trying to relax and have a drink at the
Marriott Bar at Penn Square, by an unknown female patron, who was suspiciously seated next to
him.
445. On Wednesday, December 14, 2016 AS USUAL THE DAY STARTED WITH AN UPRECEDENTED
AMOUNT OF COMPUTER/SMART PHONE HACKINGING. CATERBONE had an electric blanket,
flashlight stolen, had the air in his 2004 Santa Fe tires deflated, twice, (MOST LIKELY THE
SPANISH LOW-LIFE'S OF 1252 FREMONT STREET) had the attendant at the SHEETZ store on
Manheim Pike turn the pump to the tire pump off, as to deflate the tires, and was again harassed
and treated as a VICTIM OF A HATE CRIME while out for a drink and music at the VILLAGE
NIGHTCLUB. While filing court mandated papers at the PROTHONOTARY OFFICE OF THE
PENNSYLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT IN HARRISBURG, PA was again harassed by the
PENNSYLVANIA CAPITOL POLICE with unnecessary banter at the security check. THE SAME
BLACK MALE CAPITOL POLICEMAN has been harassing for the past few months. AGAIN THE
NEIGHBORS AT BOTH 1252 AND 1248 ENGAGED IN SHADOWING CATERBONE 'S MOVEMENTS
WITH MAKING NOISES WHEN MOVING ABOUT HIS HOME, AND AGAIN WALK OUT THE DOOR
WHENEVER CATERBONE LEAVES HIS HOME, A CLASSIC GANG-STALKING TACTIC TO HARASS.
446. On December 16, 2016 CATERBONE learns that Attorney Christopher Patterson is running for
a judgeship in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. CATERBONE tweets the
document titled “CHRISTOPHER PATTERSON Candidate for JUDGESHIP and His 1987 EFFORT
FOR MY GUARDIANSHIP Friday December 16, 2016” which outlines and provides evidence of the
continued strategy and tactic of the following:
 Guardianship Outlined In August 24 And August 10 Letters From Robert Kauffman,
Then President Of Fmg,Ltd., The Company I Founded
 Christopher Patterson Was A Former Partner Of Lancaster Mayor Rick Gray
 In 2006 I Went To Christopher Patterson's Office Across From The Lancaster
County Courthouse And Confronted Him – He Denied My Allegations
 Every Sunday I Attend The 9:00 Mass At The Chapel In Lancaster Regional Medical
Center He Walks In After Me No Matter What Time I Arrive
 A Guardianship – Still A Prime Strategy By The Law Enforcement Today Would
Allow My Guardians To Dismiss Every Civil Complaint And Every Court Proceeding
On My Behalf
 It Was Effective For The Targeting Case Of Pop Singer Brittany Spears
 Attached Are Original Documents For Evidence
447. On December 17, 2016 after again being hacked while working on legal documents
CATERBONE calls the FBI Harrisburg Office and leaves a voice message with the DUTY
AGENT with his address and phone number after the receptionist transfers the call to
the duty agent voice mail. OVER THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS THESE CALLS HAVE
TEKEN PLACE ON SOMETIMES A WEEKLY BASIS AFTER COMPLAINTS TO LOCAL AND
STATE OFFICIALS CONTINUE TO FALL ON DEAF EARS. THE FBI, OF COURSE, DOES
NOTHING TO STOP THE COMPUTER HACKING. IN THE SUMMER OF 2015, THEN CHIEF
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MICHAEL LANDIS, IN A MEETING ON THE 5 th Floor of the Lancaster County Courthouse,
Detective Landis made a declaratory statement that the FBI was the computer hacker.
448. On December 18, 2016 The learns for the first time that the wedding of April 25, 2009 at St.
John Neuman when the former Secretary of Defense, Director of CIA Robert Gates came to
Lancaster was for his niece, Venessa Dziuba, who was a 1997 Graduate of Lancaster Catholic
High School. CATERBONE never reviewed who the niece was until this date and had connected
to her on LINKDIN a few hour later with her accepting. Her father, Theodore Dziuba resides in
Lancaster while the couple reside in the state of Washington.
449. IMPORTATANT FOR THE CASE v. City of Lancaster. In November of 2004 CATERBONE
'S mother, Yolanda Roda Caterbone required a surgical procedure to implant a stent in a clogged
choractic artery at Lancaster Regional Hospital. CATERBONE had agreed to spend several days
with his mother at 1250 Fremont Street after taking her to the hospital for the procedure,
however the break-ins at his home at 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA thwarted those plans
and instead CATERBONE 'S brother, Steve, agreed to come home from Miami, FL to accompany
his mother. After the procedure one of the hard wired smoke detectors began to go off.
CATERBONE 'S uncle, Ben Roda, brother of Yolanda Roda Caterbone was then a Lancaster City
Code Inspector and summoned a Lancaster City Employee and an inspector from the local UGI
Gas Company. Both had determined that the 22 year old furnace was omitting carbon monoxide
and required IMMEDIATE REPLACEMENT. Ben Roda (Uncle Benny) instructed Steve to go to
LANCASTER CITY HALL and meet with staff regarding a Homeowners Grant to replace the
furnace. That did not work, and instead of both Steve and Yolanda waiting until Christmas, both
immediately took a train to FLORIDA, vacating 1250 Fremont Street. CATERBONE attended the
family home and found the entire furnace ordeal was a ploy to get CATERBONE 'S mother out
of the City of Lancaster in an effort to clear the way for the EXTREME HARASSMENT AND
TORTURE BY ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS PROGRAM TO TAKE PLACE. THE FURNACE WAS
NOT INSPECTED OR REPLACED UNTIL 2015 WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS UP UNTIL THAT TIME.
CATERBONE BELIEVES THE CITY OF LANCASTER WAS THAT DECIEVING IN EVEN CONVICING
BEN RODA THAT THE FURNACE DIS MALFUNCTION. THE CITY OF LANCASTER HAS A LONG
HISTORY OF DECIEVING AND BRAINWASHING YOLANDA CATERBONE’S BROTHERS TO ADVANCE
THE AGENDA AGAINST CATERBONE 'S FATHER, SAMUEL CATERBON JR., WHICH BEGAN IN THE
EARLY 1960'S WHEN HIS TARGETING BEGAN, A PROGRAM INTIATED WHILE SERVING IN THE
U.S. NAVY.
450. ILLEGAL NO TRESPASS NOTICES AGAINST STAN J. CATERBONE AND ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP With Violations of Public Accommodations Law re Discrimination and
Anti-Trust Violations with False Statements to Authorities
 David Pflumm Properties by David Pflumm – Served by State Constable in June of
2005, original not signed by David Pflumm
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 Barley Snyder, LLC Lancaster Office, by Shawn Long, Esq., Attorney representing
Fulton Bank in 2006 – Sent via 1st Class Mail
 Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., by Steve Weaver, Manager in 2006, No Notice,
Corraborated by Jack Buckwalter, Chairman and CEO and George Warner, Atty with Barley
Snyder, LLC, No Formal Notice, allowed to reenter in 2015.
 Ruby Tuesday, Manor Shopping Center, Lancaster, by Manager and Lancaster City
Police in 2006, No Formal Notice, allowed to reenter in 2015.
 Alley Kat Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster by Bartender Ms. Santinello, Brett Stabley,
and Lancaster City Police, No formal Notice in 2006
 Village Nightclub, Lancaster by George in 2008, No Formal Notice
 Marion Court Restaurant, Lancaster, by Security Personnel, corroborated by Michael
Geesey, in 2008, No Formal Notice, allowed to enter in 2015.
 Valentinos Cafe, Lancaster, by Jeanine, Bartender,in 2008, corroborated by John
Valentino, Owner, No Formal Notice
 Brunswick Hotel, Lancaster, by Staff Employees, in 2008, No Formal Notice
 Lancaster County Library and Duke Street Business Center, by Executive Director
in March of 2009, by 1st Class Mail
 Anne Bailey's Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster, by Manager in 2009, No Formal Notice
 Millersville University Graduate Studies and Millersville University, Millersville,
by Lori Austin, Judicial Affairs, via Certified Mail in June of 2009.
 TGIF Friday's, Lancaster, by Manager, in January of 2010, No Formal Notice
 Lucky Dog Restaurant and Bar, Lancaster, by Robert Donnelly, in January of 2010,
No Formal Notice
 Saint Mary's Catholic Church, Lancaster, by Don Spica, Usher and Lancaster City
Police Department in Feb of 2010, No Formal Notice
 O'Halloran's Bar, Lancaster, March 25, 2010 by Male Staff Employee. No Formal
Notice.
 Fulton Bank, Fulton Financial Corporation, March 26, 2010 by Susan Follmer,
Security Officer.
 Lancaster General Hospital, Gary S. Gehman, MD, May 25, 2010, for recording Dr.
Brian Sullivan of Abbeyville Family Health re U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and posting on
my Wordpress Blog.
 Tobias Frog Restaurant and Bar, August 8, 2015 by Owner of Establishment, reason
was for complaining of harassment and stalking.
 Millersville University, July 9, 2015, served notice by Millersville University Police
Chief Pete Anders, for negotiating a civil rights complaint with Assistant to the President,
Debra Hoeckler
 Village Nightclub, July of 20015, by George..........., Owner, tried to enter several
times, with no reason and no written notice.
 Lucky Dog Bar, August of 2015, met Abby and Keagan Pflumm outside, went inside and
was told by bartender to leave and not come back.
 Barley Snyder, LLC Lancaster Office, receptionist Ms. Woods refused to let me
communicate with Attorney George Werner, who in 2011 entered appearance in 05-2288
for Fulton Bank in U.S. District Court.
 Wennerstrom Property Management Company, June 2015, went to complain
regarding harassment, threats, etc., at 1252 Fremont Street and told to leave building.
 Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Northwest Office Building, November 23,
2015, Harrisburg, PA, Delivered COMPLAINT re Bars and Restaurants in Lancaster
engaged in Discrimination, Stalking, Harassment, Assaults, etc., Would not allow access
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 Southeast Medical Facilities and Brightside Church Office, February 2016, Would
not issue pain medication and filed a Private Criminal Complaint with the Lancaster
County District Attorney, no opinion as of yet.
 Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office in Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA – I
arbitrarily received a phone call while delivering a CD-ROM to PA Attorney General
Kathleen Kane re “CORRUPTION OF JUDICIAL, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND POLITICIANS” of
Pennsylvania.
 U.S. Federal Facilities per the National Security Agency Interrogation of March 9, 2016
at the NSA Headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland. Handcuffed and Interrogated for over
an hour and finally let go and told not to continue on to Washington, D.C. And said I was
no longer permitted to visit any U.S. Federal Facilities.
 Lancaster Newspapers – In June of 2016 I arbitrarily received an email the day I was
supposed to participate in a “town meeting at LNP” and warned me that I was banned
and had been for years although in the year before I had meetings with editors regarding
my MOVANT standing in the Lisa Michelle Lambert case.
 TELLUS360, May of 2016, I went to enter on a weekend night and the doorman told
me I could not enter that night without any explanation or reason.
 Yorgos Restaurant and Bar, The owner, Mrs. Arbitrarily barred me during the month
of March, right before the false imprisonment at the NSA in Ft. Meade, Maryland
 Annie Baily's Irish Pub, A bartender arbitrarily barred me in July, then they allowed me
in then again a so called “Manager” banned me again. I recorded the last incident.
 Altana Club, Bar, and Meeting Space – On Thursday, July 14, 2016 Scott, the
bartender arbitrarily banned me, which again I recorded.
 The Press Room Bar and Restaurant – A bartender arbitrarily barred me, then again on
Thursday July 14, 2016 another bartender banned me, which again I recorded.
451. STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE LITIGATOR 29 FALSE ARRESTS FROM 1987 TO 2007
 1. 09/01/1987 Cc2706 Terroristic Threats - M1 Quashed / Dismis / Demur Sus
 2. 09/03/1987 Cc2902-1 Unlawful Restraint - M1 Quashed / Dismis / Demur Sus
 3. 09/03/1987 Cc3304a2 Criminal Mischief - F3 Nolle Prossed / Withdrawn
 4. 09/03/1987 Cc3502 Burglary - F1 Quashed / Dismis / Demur Sus
 5. 09/03/1987 Cc3701al Robbery - F1 Quashed /Dismis /Demur Sus
 6. 09/03/1987 Cc3921a Theft By Unlwf Taking Or Dispo –F3 Nolle Prossed / Withdrawn
 6. 09/03/1987 Cc3933a1 Unlawful Use Of Computer - F3 Nolle Prossed /Withdrawn
 7. 09/03/1987 Cc3933a2 Unlawful Use Of Computer - F3 Quashed / Disnis / Demur Sus
 8. 12/05/2006 1 18 § 5503 §§ A2 Disorderly Conduct-Unreasonable Noise - Withdrawn
(Lower Court)
 9. 12/05/2006 1 18 § 3926 §§ A4 Theft Of Services-Acquisition Of Services Withdrawn
(Lower Court)
 10. 12/05/2006 1 18 § 2709 §§ A7 Harassment - Comm. Repeatedly In Another Manner
Withdrawn (Lower Court)
 11. 01/23/2007 1 285-21d No Parking Or Stopping Permitted Withdrawn (Lower Court)
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 24. 05/10/2007 3 M1 18 § 908 §§A Make Repairs/Sell/Etc Offens Weap 08/04/2006
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Dated: XXXXXXXXXXXX
December 30, 2016

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
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Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163

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CATERBONE et al v. LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU et al Date Filed: 06/18/2008
Assigned to: HONORABLE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN Date Terminated: 07/11/2008
Cause: 42:1983 Civil Rights Act Jury Demand: None
Nature of Suit: 440 Civil Rights: Other
Jurisdiction: Federal Question
Plaintiff
STANLEY J. CATERBONE represented by STANLEY J. CATERBONE
1250 FREMONT STREET
LANCASTER, PA 17603
717-669-2163
Email: scaterbone@live.com
PRO SE

Plaintiff
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP represented by ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
c/o STANLEY J. CATERBONE
1250 FREMONT STREET
LANCASTER, PA 17603
717-427-1821
PRO SE

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Defendant
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU

Defendant
SECTOR 9 OF THE LANCASTER CITY
BUREAU OF POLICE

Defendant
KEITH SADDLER
LANCASTER CITY BUREAU OF POLICE
CHIEF

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RICK GRAY
LANCASTER CITY MAYOR

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CITY OF LANCASTER

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06/18/2008 1 MOTION TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS filed by STANLEY J. CATERBONE.(ti, )
(Entered: 06/26/2008)
07/11/2008 2 ORDER THAT THE MOTION FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS IS
GRANTED. THIS COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED, WITH LEAVE TO FILE AN AMEDNED
COMPLAINT WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THIS ORDER. THE CLERK OF COURT SHALL CLOSE
THIS CASE STATISTICALLY. SIGNED BY HONORABLE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON
7/10/2008.7/11/2008 ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED.(ap, ) (Entered: 07/11/2008)
07/11/2008 3 COMPLAINT against LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, SECTOR 9 OF THE LANCASTER
CITY BUREAU OF POLICE, KEITH SADDLER, RICK GRAY, CITY OF LANCASTER, filed by
STANLEY J. CATERBONE, ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP.(ap, ) (Entered: 07/11/2008)
07/22/2008 4 MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME filed by STANLEY J. CATERBONE..(ap, ) (Entered:
07/22/2008)
07/25/2008 5 ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME IS GRANTED. THE
PLAINTIFF SHALL FILE HIS AMENDED COMPLAINT WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE
DATE OF THIS ORDER. IF PLAINTIFF DOES NOT DO SO, THIS COMPLAINT WILL BE
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. UPON THE FILING OF AN AMENDMENT, THE CLERK
SHALL NOT MAKE SERVICE UNTIL SO ORDERED BY THE COURT.SIGNED BY
HONORABLE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON 7/25/08.7/28/08 ENTERED AND COPIES
MAILED.(ah) (Entered: 07/28/2008)
09/25/2008 6 MOTION TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT PREJUDICE filed by STANLEY J. CATERBONE. with
EXHIBITS..(ap, ) (Entered: 09/26/2008)
10/10/2008 7 ORDER THAT THE MOTION TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT PREJUDICE IS GRANTED; THIS
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FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

STANLEY J. CATERBONE : CIVIL ACTION
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP :
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:
LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU, et al.: NO. 08-2982

O R D E R

AND NOW, this day of October, 2008, upon

consideration of plaintiff’s Motion for Withdraw Without

Prejudice (Doc. No. 6), IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:

(1) Plaintiff’s Motion for Withdraw Without Prejudice is

GRANTED; and

(2) This case shall remain CLOSED statistically.
BY THE COURT:

/S/ MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN, J.

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Federal Civil Enforcement
"Police Misconduct Provision"
This law makes it unlawful for State or local law enforcement officers to
engage in a pattern or practice of conduct that deprives persons of rights
protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States. (42 U.S.C. §
14141). The types of conduct covered by this law can include, among other
things, excessive force, discriminatory harassment, false arrests, coercive
sexual conduct, and unlawful stops, searches or arrests. In order to be
covered by this law, the misconduct must constitute a "pattern or practice" -- it
may not simply be an isolated incident. The DOJ must be able to show in
court that the agency has an unlawful policy or that the incidents constituted
a pattern of unlawful conduct. However, unlike the other civil laws discussed
below, DOJ does not have to show that discrimination has occurred in order to
prove a pattern or practice of misconduct.
What remedies are available under this law?
The remedies available under this law do not provide for individual monetary
relief for the victims of the misconduct. Rather, they provide for injunctive
relief, such as orders to end the misconduct and changes in the agency's
policies and procedures that resulted in or allowed the misconduct. There is
no private right of action under this law; only DOJ may file suit for violations of
the Police Misconduct Provision.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
and the "OJP Program Statute"
Together, these laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, and religion
by State and local law enforcement agencies that receive financial assistance from the Department of
Justice. (42 U.S.C. § 2000d, et seq. and 42 U.S.C. § 3789d(c)). Currently, most persons are served by a
law enforcement agency that receives DOJ funds. These laws prohibit both individual instances and
patterns or practices of discriminatory misconduct, i.e., treating a person differently because of race,
color, national origin, sex, or religion. The misconduct covered by Title VI and the OJP (Office of Justice
Programs) Program Statute includes, for example, harassment or use of racial slurs, unjustified arrests,
discriminatory traffic stops, coercive sexual conduct, retaliation for filing a complaint with DOJ or
participating in the investigation, use of excessive force, or refusal by the agency to respond to
complaints alleging discriminatory treatment by its officers.

What remedies are available under these laws?

DOJ may seek changes in the policies and procedures of the agency to remedy violations of these laws
and, if appropriate, also seek individual remedial relief for the victim(s). Individuals also have a private
right of action under Title VI and under the OJP Program Statute; in other words, you may file a lawsuit
yourself under these laws. However, you must first exhaust your administrative remedies by filing a
complaint with DOJ if you wish to file in Federal Court under the OJP Program Statute.

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 prohibit discrimination against individuals with
disabilities on the basis of disability. (42 U.S.C. § 12131, et seq. and 29 U.S.C. § 794). These laws
protect all people with disabilities in the United States. An individual is considered to have a "disability" if
he or she has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities,
has a record of such an impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment.

The ADA prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in all State and local government programs,
services, and activities regardless of whether they receive DOJ financial assistance; it also protects
people who are discriminated against because of their association with a person with a disability. Section
504 prohibits discrimination by State and local law enforcement agencies that receive financial assistance

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from DOJ. Section 504 also prohibits discrimination in programs and activities conducted by Federal
agencies, including law enforcement agencies.

These laws prohibit discriminatory treatment, including misconduct, on the basis of disability in virtually all
law enforcement services and activities. These activities include, among others, interrogating witnesses,
providing emergency services, enforcing laws, addressing citizen complaints, and arresting, booking, and
holding suspects. These laws also prohibit retaliation for filing a complaint with DOJ or participating in the
investigation.

What remedies are available under these laws?

If appropriate, DOJ may seek individual relief for the victim(s), in addition to changes in the policies and
procedures of the law enforcement agency. Individuals have a private right of action under both the ADA
and Section 504; you may file a private lawsuit for violations of these statutes. There is no requirement
that you exhaust your administrative remedies by filing a complaint with DOJ first.

How to File a Complaint with DOJ
Criminal Enforcement

If you would like to file a complaint alleging a violation of the criminal laws discussed above, you may
contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which is responsible for investigating allegations of
criminal deprivations of civil rights. You may also contact the United States Attorney's Office (USAO) in
your district. The FBI and USAOs have offices in most major cities and have publicly-listed phone
numbers. In addition, you may send a written complaint to:

Criminal Section
Civil Rights Division
U.S. Department of Justice
P.O. Box 66018
Washington, D.C. 20035-6018

Civil Enforcement

If you would like to file a complaint alleging violations of the Police Misconduct Statute, Title VI, or the
OJP Program Statute, you may send a written complaint to:

Coordination and Review Section
Civil Rights Division
U.S. Department of Justice
P.O. Box 66560
Washington, D.C. 20035-6560

You may also call the Coordination and Review Section's toll-free number for information and a complaint
form, at (888) 848-5306 (voice and TDD).

If you would like to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability, you may send a
written complaint to:

Disability Rights Section
Civil Rights Division
U.S. Department of Justice
P.O. Box 66738
Washington, D.C. 20035-6738

You may also call the Disability Rights Section's toll-free ADA Information Line at (800) 514-0301 (voice)
or (800) 514-0383 (TDD).

How do I file a complaint about the conduct of a law enforcement officer from a Federal agency?

If you believe that you are a victim of criminal misconduct by a Federal law enforcement officer (such as
the Immigration and Naturalization Service; the FBI; the Customs Service; Alcohol, Tobacco, and
Firearms; or the Border Patrol), you should follow the procedures discussed above concerning how to file
a complaint alleging violations of the criminal laws we enforce. If you believe that you have been
subjected by a Federal law enforcement officer to the type of misconduct discussed above concerning
"Federal Civil Enforcement," you may send a complaint to the Coordination and Review Section, at the
address listed above. That office will forward your complaint to the appropriate agency and office.

What information should I include in a complaint to DOJ?

Your complaint, whether alleging violations of criminal or civil laws listed in this document, should include
the following information:

Your name, address, and telephone number(s).

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The name(s) of the law enforcement agency (or agencies) involved.
A description of the conduct you believe violates one of the laws discussed above, with as
many details as possible. You should include: the dates and times of incident(s); any
injuries sustained; the name(s), or other identifying information, of the officer(s) involved (if
possible); and any other examples of similar misconduct.
The names and telephone numbers of witnesses who can support your allegations.
If you believe that the misconduct is based on your race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, or disability, please identify the basis and explain what led you to believe that you
were treated in a discriminatory manner (i.e., differently from persons of another race, sex,
etc.).

Reproduction of this document is encouraged.

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Updated July 25, 2008

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