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STAN J.

CATERBONE, PRO SEPRO


STAN J. CATERBONE, ANDSE
ADVANCE MEDIAMEDIA
AND ADVANCE GROUP - SHERMAN
GROUP ANTI-TRUST
- SHERMAN ACT
ANTI-TRUST ACTOF
OF1890
1890 2,4
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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
717-327-1566

LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


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In Re:
STANLEY J. CATERBONE
AND
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP CASE NO. CI-08-13373
PLAINTIFFS

v.

DUKE STREET BUSINESS CENTER, et.al.,

EXHIBIT
ANTI-TRUST VALUATION
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$167,570,000 (NOT INCLUDING TREBLE DAMAGES OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES

1. 1987 JOINT VENTURE WI TH TONY BONGIOVI - "MUTANT MANIA"


FIRST DIGITAL MOVIE -
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $69,000,000.00 ($4,000,000 INVESTED FOR
30 YEARS AT 10% GROWTH PER YEAR)
2. ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $15,000,000.00
3. FMG, Ltd., (Financial Management Group, Ltd.,) 50,000 SHARES
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $19,630,000.00
4. January 20, 1987 - Institutional Investors of America, Inc.
Mortgage Banking Partner - Houston, Texas
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $30,000,000.00
5. Pflumm Contractors
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $800,000.00
6. 2001 AIM MARKETING AND CONSULTING INCOME
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $900,000.00
7. Advanced Media Group Downtown Lancaster Action Plan Nov 15
2007
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $900,000.00
8. EXCLESIOR PLACE Business Plan of 1999 by Advanced Media Group
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $900,000.00

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9. SAM CATERBONE CLEANERS, INC., AND 1470 MANHEIM PIKE REAL


ESTATE
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS 26,240,000 (BASED ON $360,000 INVESTED
FOR 45 YEARS AT 10%)
10.STAN J. CATERBONE REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS
1. VALUATION NO. 1 IS $5,000,000
2. 433 WEST MARION STREET, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA
3. 554 BERKLEY ROAD, STONE HARBOR, NEW JERSEY
4. USEPPA ISLAND COTTAGE, CAPTIVA ISLAND, FLORIDA
5. 2323 NEW DANVILLE PIKE, CONESTOGA, PENNSYLVANIA
6. 220 STONE HILL ROAD, CONESTOGA, PENNSYLVANIA

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18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
CORNELL LAW SCHOOL www.law.cornell.edu/wex/obstruction_of_justice
whoever ....corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or
communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or
impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering
with duties of jurors or court officers.
A person obstruct justice when they have a specific intent to obstruct or interfere
with a judicial proceeding. (ALL COURT CASES, BOTH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL OF
PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE) For a person to be convicted of obstruction justice,
they must not only have the specific intent to obstruct the proceeding, both the person
must know (1) that a proceeding was actually pending at the time; and (2) there must
be a nexus between the defendant's endeavor to obstruct justice and the proceeding,
and the defendant must have knowledge of this nexus.

Sherman Act 1890 7

If an antitrust claim does not fall within a per se illegal category, the plaintiff
must show the conduct causes harm in "restraint of trade" under the Sherman Act 1
according to "the facts peculiar to the business to which the restraint is applied". [20]
This essentially means that unless a plaintiff can point to a clear precedent, to which
the situation is analogous, proof of an anti-competitive effect is more difficult. The
reason for this is that the courts have endeavoured to draw a line between practices
that restrain trade in a "good" compared to a "bad" way. In the first case, United States
v. Trans-Missouri Freight Association,[21] the Supreme Court found that railroad
companies had acted unlawfully by setting up an organisation to fix transport prices.
The railroads had protested that their intention was to keep prices low, not high. The
court found that this was not true, but stated that not every "restraint of trade" in a
literal sense could be unlawful. Just as under the common law, the restraint of trade
had to be "unreasonable". In Chicago Board of Trade v. United States the Supreme
Court found a "good" restraint of trade.[22] The Chicago Board of Trade had a rule that
commodities traders were not allowed to privately agree to sell or buy after the
market's closing time (and then finalise the deals when it opened the next day). The
reason for the Board of Trade having this rule was to ensure that all traders had an
equal chance to trade at a transparent market price. It plainly restricted trading, but
the Chicago Board of Trade argued this was beneficial. Brandeis J., giving judgment for

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a unanimous Supreme Court, held the rule to be pro-competitive, and comply with the
rule of reason. It did not violate the Sherman Act 1

The remedies for violations of U.S. antitrust laws are as broad as any equitable
remedy that a court has the power to make, as well as being able to impose penalties.
When private parties have suffered an actionable loss, they may claim compensation.
Under the Sherman Act 1890 7, these may be trebled, a measure to
encourage private litigation to enforce the laws and act as a deterrent.
The courts may award penalties under 1 and 2, which are measured according to the
size of the company or the business. In their inherent jurisdiction to prevent violations
in future, the courts have additionally exercised the power to break up businesses into
competing parts under different owners, although this remedy has rarely been
exercised (examples include Standard Oil, Northern Securities Company, American
ToBacco Company, AT&T Corporation and, although reversed on appeal, MiCosoft).
Three levels of enforcement come from the Federal government, primarily through the
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, the governments of states,
and private parties. Publicenforcement of antitrust laws is seen as important, given the
cost, complexity and daunting task for private parties to bring litigation, particularly
against large corporations.

Along with the Federal Trade Commission the Department of Justice in


Washington, D.C. is the public enforcer of antitrust law.

The federal government, via both the Antitrust Division of the United States Department
of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, can bring civil lawsuits enforcing the
laws. The United States Department of Justice alone may bring criminal antitrust suits
under federal antitrust laws.[43] Perhaps the most famous antitrust enforcement
actions brought by the federal government were the break-up of AT&T's local telephone
service monopoly in the early 1980s[44] and its actions against Microsoft in the late
1990s.
Additionally, the federal government also reviews potential mergers to attempt to
prevent market concentration. As outlined by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust
Improvements Act, larger companies attempting to merge must first notify the Federal
Trade Commission and the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division prior to
consummating a merger.[45] These agencies then review the proposed merger first by
defining what the market is and then determining the market concentration using the
Herfindahl-Hirschman Index (HHI) and each company's market share.[45] The
government looks to avoid allowing a company to develop market power, which if left
unchecked could lead to monopoly power.[45]
The United States Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission target
nonreportable mergers for enforcement as well. Notably, between 2009 and 2013, 20%
of all merger investigations conducted by the United States Department of Justice
involved nonreportable transactions.[46]

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Dated AUGUST 21, 2017

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

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 right to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member
of the media. Unfortunately due to the hacking of our electronic and digital footprints, we no longer have
access to our email contact list to make deletions. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City
Continue to Cover-Up my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control and the OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE from the COINTELPRO PROGRAM)?

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 Pennsylvania Summary 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. 17-10615; Case No. 16-10157

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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
717-327-1566

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
_______________________________________________

In Re:
STANLEY J. CATERBONE
AND
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
PLAINTIFFS

v.

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


DEFENDANTS

THE CASE FOR AN INDICTMENT


OF OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CHARGES
________________________
THE NEW AMERICA WHY HIRE COSTLY ATTORNEYS WHEN BEING SUED; JUST
HIRE CORRUPT POLICE AT TAXPAYERS EXPENSE!

TUESDAY AUGUST 22, 2017

1. THE DEFENDANTS OF FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS IMPLEMENTED


THE USE OF THREATS, FABRICATED MENTAL HEALTH WARRANTS,
AND FALSE ARRESTS AS FAR BACK AS JUNE OF 1987 AND THE
ORGANIZED PROGRAM CONTINUES TO THIS DATE IN A COHESIVE
EFFORT TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE AND PREVENT THE DEFENDANT'S
NAMED HEREIN FROM THE FINANCIAL LIABILITY OF $MILLIONS OF
DOLLARS AND PUBLIC HUMILIATION.
2. THE CIA DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening
letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to
influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty
of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on allegations that
a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such
as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
3. THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or
force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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4. THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL DID IN FACT - corruptly or by


threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
5. THE FAIRMOUNT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM DID IN FACT -
corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication,
influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede,
the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to
interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence,
or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
6. THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
7. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, LTD., DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
8. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DID IN FACT -corruptly or by threats or force,
or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes,
or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
9. THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
10.OCCUPANTS OF 1252 FREMONT STREET DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
11.LANCASTER COUNTY MDJ ADAM J. WITKONIS DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.

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12.THE PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT AND THE PENNSYLVANIA


SUPERIOR COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
13.THE LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
14.THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, FBI, DID IN FACT - corruptly or
by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
15.THE LNP MEDIA GROUP DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by
any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
16.WGAL-TV8 DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
17.THE LANCASTER COUNTY COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE DID IN FACT - corruptly
or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.

18.THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or


force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE


CORNELL LAW SCHOOL www.law.cornell.edu/wex/obstruction_of_justice
whoever ....corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or
communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or
impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering
with duties of jurors or court officers.
A person obstruct justice when they have a specific intent to obstruct or interfere
with a judicial proceeding. (ALL COURT CASES, BOTH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL OF
PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE) For a person to be convicted of obstruction justice,
they must not only have the specific intent to obstruct the proceeding, both the person
must know (1) that a proceeding was actually pending at the time; and (2) there must
be a nexus between the defendant's endeavor to obstruct justice and the proceeding,
and the defendant must have knowledge of this nexus.

FINDING OF FACTS:

The Date of Origin


1. June 23, 1987, the day of the meeting with ISC Executive Mr. Larry Resch

between PLAINTIFF Stan J. Caterbone at his office and the Headquarters


of his company Financial Management Group, Ltd., 1755 Oregon Pike,
Lancaster, PA in Manheim Township, Lancaster County.
2. 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..
3. 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.
4. 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.

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5. 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.
6. 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.,

STAN J. CATERBONE'S ATTEMPTS TO COMMENCE CIVIL ACTIONS


THE COMMENCEMENT OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

7. 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.
8. 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.

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9. CATERBONE had the following agenda for the trip and meeting:
1. 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.
2. Discuss and evaluate the opportunities of utilizing insurance products from Randy
Grespin's firm, and all matters related to the structuring of business.
3. 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..
4. 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.
10.On June 18, 1987, later in the evening, Robert Kauffman, President visits the home of
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.
11.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
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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.
12.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.
13.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,.
14.Mr. Joseph F. Roda committed fraud in invoicing CATERBONE for services rendered,
without any actual benefit afforded to CATERBONE .
15.EARLY WEEKS OF JULY 1987 - 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.

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16.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.
17.On July 6, 1987, CATERBONE contacts David Drubner, of Boston, Ma, a friend of
CATERBONE's brothers Mike, and an attorney. During the conversation, David Drubner
questions CATERBONE about "taking some medication", and supports the allegations of
insanity.
18.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.
19.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.
20.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.

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21.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 of his aircraft. CATERBONE discussed the case briefly with Diane
Campell that day, and CATERBONE made arrangements to deliver supporting documents
to the office in Santa Barbara the following week, while visiting with Gamillion Studios, in
Hollywood.
22.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.
23.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.
24.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.
25.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.
26.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.
27.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

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solicitation of CATERBONE .
28.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.
29.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.
30.On July 24, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda invoices CATERBONE $527.00 for the time and
services of July 1 & 2, 1987.
31.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.
32.On September 3, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda sends CATERBONE a letter requesting
payment of $525.48 in outstanding legal tees for the meetings of July 1 & 2 and copying
charges.
33.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.
34.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.
35.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.
36.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.

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37.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?".
38.Nancy Arment of Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in harassment and
conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion.
39.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.
40.Stacy Walters engaged in criminal trespass, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
undo influence, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, and wrongful interference
with business relations.
41.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.
42.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.
43.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.
44.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.
45.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

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threatened 2 female employees.


46.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.
47.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.
48.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.
49.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.
50.CATERBONE is released from Lancaster County prison, and immediately escorted to St.
Joseph Hospital and admitted into the Psychiatric Unit.
51.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.
52.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.
53.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.
54.On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE receives an invoice from St. Joseph Hospital for
$3,064.00.
55.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.
56.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

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months of negotiations.
57.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 Johnsons funds were
extorted by Commonwealth National Bank and Lancaster Aviation.

THE FACTS OF THE MENTAL HEALTH RECORD OF STAN J. CATERBONE

58.There were a total of 4 Section 303 Court Hearings since 2006 and there was
never any medications or OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLANS ever ORDERED BY
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE, OR THE COURT. The Section 303 COURT
ORDERS, by law, must be filed in the Lancaster County Courthouse
Prothonotary Office.

59.The first PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was to the BURDETTE TOMLIN


HOSPITAL in Cape May County, New Jersey The commitment lasted only 4
hours, and was a result of a fabricated suicide allegation made to the Stone
Harbor Police Department.

60.In September of 1987 the PSYCHIATRIC COMITMENT to then Saint Joseph


Hospital, now Lancaster Regional Medical Center was the direct result of a
fabricated CONDITION OF BAIL, which when discovered lead to the
IMMEDIATE DISCHARGE, again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or
MEDICATIONS.

61.In February of 2005 there was a again another fabricated SUICIDE


ALLEGATION, made by a patron of the Alley Kat that resulted in the false
imprisonment at 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA for approximately 2
hours by the Southern Regional Police Department, again resulted in NO
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT.

62.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was in April of 2006 by the Southern


Regional Police to the Lancaster General Hospital, that resulted in the
Discharge from my Pro Se Representation at the Section 303 Hearing, again
with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

63.In July of 2009 I had excruciating pain from a cavity that no dentist in
Lancaster County would fill. I had a commitment at a free dental clinic in
New Holland only to have the commitment rescinded at the last minute after
6 hours of wait time. I visited several emergency rooms for pain medications
and finally the Lancaster General Hospital took a blood sample and found the
infection had spread to my blood stream. The emergency room immediately
put me on an intravenous drip of antibiotics for about an hour and scheduled
an appointment with Conestoga Oral Surgeons. Upon leaving I had submitted
a video tape of audio only of a recording of myself in pain. Upon arriving
home, the Lancaster City Police showed up with another 302 Psychiatric
Commitment and took me to the Lancaster General Hospital Emergency
Room. I was immediately scheduled for emergency oral surgery and taken to
the Intermediate Intensive Care Unit. The next day I had emergency oral
surgery to remove 2 infected teeth. During the previous 2 weeks I had taken

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photos of the transformation of my face from the infection. After surgery a


Psychiatric Interview was done in my room in the Intermediate Intensive
Care Unit I was discharged without incident and again with no
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS. I was never even in any
portion of the psychiatric care unit. UNFORTUNATELY, INSTEAD OF A
$1500.00 OUTPATIENT BILL THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL BILLE ME
SOME $30,000.00.

64.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS were all the result of FABRICATIONS


BY DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER OF THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE
DEPARTMENT TO FAIRMOUNT HOSPITAL IN PHILADELPHIA April of 2015;
July of 2015, and February of 2016. Again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

65.The 2010 OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN of COUNSELING ONLY, for 3 months


was a VOLUNTARY TREATMENT PLAN that was coerced after 3 Psychiatric
Nurses forced medication by needle to the buttox, and then medication for
the next several days in FARIMOUNT HOSPITAL. No MEDICATIONS WERE
TAKEN AFTER THE INITAL PRESCRIPTION FROM THE HOSPITAL WAS
FINISHED, WHICH ONLY LASTED A FEW WEEKS.

66.RECORDS AND MY OWN MEMORY CLARIFIES THAT THE LANCASTER CITY


POLICE DEPARTMENT ENGAGED IN THE VERY SAME TACTICS AGAINST MY
FATHER, SAMUEL CATERBONE, JR. IN THE 1960'S, WHICH RESULTED IN BOTH
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS AND ELECTO-SHOCK TREATMENTS, A CLASSIC
MKULTRA PROGRAM TECHNIQUE FOR BRAIN WASHING.

67.The VOLUNTARY decision on my part to take PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS


AND OUTPATIENT TREATMENT by Lancaster Psychiatrist Dr. Alber Shulz, who
in 1986 was a client of mine at Financial Management Group, Ltd., who also
treated my brother Sammy Caterbone, was THE DIRECT RESULT OF
REPEATED REQUEST BY MY MOTHER, YOLANDA RODA CATERBONE WHICH I
MADE IN ORDER TO OBTAIN FINANCIAL BACKING, WORK, AND INCOME. MY
FINANCIAL RECORD AND WORK HISTORY RECORD PROVES THIS.

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The Corruption of the Law


Harlan Fiske Stone's conservatism was grounded in the belief that the law is
designed to protect the weak from the powerful.

Chris Hedges
AUGUST 21, 2017

Columnist
Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, New York Times best selling
author, professor at Princeton University, activist and ordained Presbyterian
minister. He has written 11 books, including the

ISLE AU HAUT, MaineI drink coffee in the morning on a round, ornate oak table that once
belonged to Harlan Fiske Stone, a U.S. Supreme Court justice from 1925 to 1946 and the
chief justice for the last five of those years. Stone and his family spent their summers on this
windswept, remote island six miles off the coast of Maine.
Stone, a Republican and close friend of Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover, embodied a lost
era in American politics. His brand of conservatism, grounded in the belief that the law is
designed to protect the weak from the powerful, bears no resemblance to that of the self-
proclaimed strict constitutionalists in the Federalist Society who have accumulated
tremendous power in the judiciary. The Federalist Society, at the behest of President Trump,
is in charge of vetting the 108 candidates for the federal judgeships that will be filled by the
administration. The newest justice, Trump appointee Neil Gorsuch, comes out of the
Federalist Society, as did Justices Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and Samuel Alito. The self-
identified liberals in the judiciary, while progressive on social issues such as abortion and
affirmative action, serve corporate power as assiduously as the right-wing ideologues of the
Federalist Society. The Alliance for Justice points out that 85 percent of President Barack
Obamas judicial nominees280, or a third of the federal judiciaryhad either been
corporate attorneys or government prosecutors.
Those who came out of corporate law firms accounted for 71 percent of the nominees, with
only 4 percent coming from public interest groups and the same percentage having been

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attorneys who represented workers in labor disputes.


Stone repeatedly warned that unchecked corporate power would mean corporate tyranny and
the death of democracy. He was joined in that thinking by Louis D. Brandeis, his fellow justice
and ally on the court, who stated, We can have democracy in this country, or we can have
great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we cant have both.
The supposed clash between liberal and conservative judges is largely a fiction. The judiciary,
despite the Federalist Societys high-blown rhetoric about the sanctity of individual freedom,
is a naked tool of corporate oppression. The most basic constitutional rightsprivacy, fair
trials and elections, habeas corpus, probable-cause requirements, due process and freedom
from exploitationhave been erased for many, especially the 2.3 million people in our
prisons, most having been put there without ever going to trial. Constitutionally protected
statements, beliefs and associations are criminalized. Our judicial system, as Ralph Nader has
pointed out, has legalized secret law, secret courts, secret evidence, secret budgets and
secret prisons in the name of national security.
Our constitutional rights have steadily been stripped from us by judicial fiat. The Fourth
Amendment reads: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,
and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no
Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and
particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Yet
our telephone calls and texts, emails and financial, judicial and medical records, along with
every website we visit and our physical travels, can be and commonly are tracked, recorded,
photographed and stored in government computer banks.
The executive branch can order the assassination of U.S. citizens without trial. It can deploy
the military into the streets to quell civil unrest under Section 1021 of the National Defense
Authorization Act (NDAA) and seize citizensseizures that are in essence acts of
extraordinary renditionand hold them indefinitely in military detention centers while
denying them due process.
Corporate campaign contributions, which largely determine who gets elected, are viewed by
the courts as protected forms of free speech under the First Amendment. Corporate lobbying,
which determines most of our legislation, is interpreted as the peoples right to petition the
government. Corporations are legally treated as persons except when they carry out fraud
and other crimes; the heads of corporations routinely avoid being charged and going to
prison by paying fines, usually symbolic and pulled from corporate accounts, while not being
forced to admit wrongdoing. And corporations have rewritten the law to orchestrate a
massive tax boycott.
Many among the 1 million lawyers in the United States, the deans of our law schools and the
judges in our courts, whether self-identified liberals or Federalist Society members or
supporters, refuse to hold corporate power accountable to the law. They have failed us. They
alone have the education and skill to apply the law on behalf of the citizens. They alone know
how to use the courts for justice rather than injustice. When this period of American history is
written, the legal profession will be found to have borne much of the responsibility for our
descent into corporate tyranny. Lawyers are supposed to be officers of the court. They are
supposed to be sentinels and guardians of the law. They are supposed to enlarge our access
to justice. They are supposed to defend the law, not subvert it. This moral failure by the legal
profession has obliterated our rights.
The radical libertarians in the Federalist Society, now ascendant within the legal system,
champion a legal doctrine that is essentially preindustrial. It is centered exclusively on the
rights of the individual and restricting the power of government. This can at times lead to
rulings that protect personal liberty. The followers of this doctrine on the Supreme Court, for
example, voted to overturn Connecticuts eminent-domain rape of a New London working-
class neighborhood to make way for a pharmaceutical plant. The liberals, who formed the
court majority, endorsed the taking of the neighborhood.

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Another example of radical libertarianism on the bench occurred when attorneys Bruce Afran
and Carl Mayer and I sued President Obama over Section 1021 of the NDAA, which
overturned the 1878 act that prohibited the government from using the military as a
domestic police force. We garnered support from some charter members of the Federalist
Society. The proclivity by the Federalist Society to hold up the primacy of individual rights
became especially important when, after the temporary injunction of Section 1021 issued by
the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York was overturned by the appellate
court, we had to file a cert, or petition, to request that the case, Hedges v. Obama, be heard
before the Supreme Court.
As obnoxious as [Antonin] Scalia was on cultural issues, he was the
strongest modern justice in terms of protecting First Amendment speech,
press and assembly rightsno liberal came anywhere near him in these
areas, Afran told me about the late justice. In fact, Scalia was the
justice who sympathized with our cert petition in the NDAA case. [Justice
Ruth Bader] Ginsburg denied our petition without circulating it among
the other justices. When we went to Scalia, he immediately asked for
additional briefs to circulate. It was his dissents in the Guantanamo
cases that we relied on in our cert petition. He issued strong dissents
holding that the Guantanamo inmates and others taken by the military in
Afghanistan should have complete civil rights in criminal prosecutions.
He went much further than the majority did in these cases and
condemned any holding of civilians by the military.
But although the Federalist Society purports to be against curtailment of civil liberties, with
some members embracing traditional liberal positions on issues such as drug laws and sexual
freedom, the organization also supports the judicial systems position that corporations hold
the rights of individuals. It is hostile to nearly all government regulations and regulatory
agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency and the Securities and Exchange
Commission. It opposes the rights of labor unions, voting rights laws, gender equality laws
and the separation of church and state. It seeks to outlaw abortion and overturn Roe v.
Wade. The self-proclaimed originalism or textualism philosophy of the Federalist Society
has crippled the ability of the legal system to act en masse in class action suits against
corrupt corporate entities. And for all the rhetoric about championing individual liberty, as
Mayer pointed out, they never did a thing about any First Amendment intrusions that all of
the legislation passed after 9/11 involved. The Supreme Court did not accept our cert,
leaving Section 1021 as law.
The Federalist Society says it seeks legal interpretations that are faithful to those that would
have been made at the time the Constitution was written in the late 18th century. This
fossilization of the law is a clever rhetorical subterfuge to advance the interests of the
corporations and the oligarchs who have bankrolled the Federalist Societythe Mercer
Foundation, the late John Olin, the late Richard Scaife, the Lynde and Harry Bradley
Foundation, the Koch brothers and the fossil fuel industry. The Federalist Society has close
ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), whose lobbyists draft and push
corporate-sponsored bills through state legislatures and Congress.

Stone knew that the law would become moribund if it was frozen in time. It was a
living entity, one that had to forever adapt to changing economic, social and
political reality. He embraced what Oliver Wendell Holmes called legal realism.
The law was not only about logic but also about the experience of a lived human
society. If judges could not read and interpret that society, if they clung to rigid
dogma or a self-imposed legal fundamentalism, then the law would be transformed
into a sterile constitutionalism. Stone called on judges to have less reverence for

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the way in which an old doctrine was applied to an old situation. The law had to be
flexible. Judges, to carry out astute rulings, had to make a close study of
contemporary politics, economics, domestic and global business practices and
culture, not attempt to intuit what the Founding Fathers intended.
Stone was wary of radicals and socialists. He could be skeptical of New Deal programs,
But he
although he believed the court had no right to reverse New Deal legislation.
understood that the law was the primary institution tasked
with protecting the public from PREDATORY CAPITALISM AND
THE ABUSES OF POWER. He voted consistently with Holmes
and Brandeis, two of the courts most innovative and brilliant
jurists. The three were so often in dissent to the conservative
majority they were nicknamed The Three Musketeers.
The law, Stone said, must never become the monopoly of any social or economic class. He
condemned his fellow conservatives for reading their economic preferences into the law and
into the Constitution as well. By doing so, he said, they placed in jeopardy a great and
useful institution of government.
Stone embraced the doctrine of preferred freedomsthe position that First Amendment
freedoms are preeminent in the hierarchy of constitutional rights, permitting justices to
override any legislation that curbs these freedoms. This became the basis for court decisions
to overturn state laws that persecuted and silenced African-Americans, radicalsincluding
communists, anarchists and socialistsand labor and religious activists.
Stone, as dean of Columbia Law School before being named U.S. attorney general in 1924
and joining the Supreme Court the year after that, said the schools mission was devoted to
teaching its students how to live rather than how to make a living. He denounced the Palmer
Raids and mass deportations of radicals that ended in 1920. He supported five Socialist
members of the New York State Assembly who were stripped of their elected seats by their
legislative colleagues in 1920 because of their political views. And he said that everyone,
including aliensmeaning those who were not citizens but who lived in the United States
deserved due process.
[A]ny system which confers upon administrative officers power to
restrain the liberty of individuals, without safeguards substantially like
those which exist in criminal cases and without adequate authority for
WILL
judicial review of the action of such administrative officers,
RESULT IN ABUSE OF POWER AND IN INTOLERABLE
INJUSTICE AND CRUELTY TO INDIVIDUALS, HE WROTE
OF LAWS THAT DEPRIVED ALIENS OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.
As attorney general he weeded out corrupt officials and zealously enforced antitrust laws,
swiftly making enemies of many leading industrialists, including Andrew Mellon. He also,
ominously, appointed J. Edgar Hoover to run the FBI. His aggressive antitrust campaigns led
to calls by the business community for his removal as attorney general, and he was elevated
to the Supreme Court in 1925, a move that, as the New York Globe and Commercial
Advertiser newspaper observed, protected business from disturbing litigation or the threat of
such litigation [and] has saved the [Coolidge] administration from the charge that it has
betrayed business.
The 1920s were, as Alpheus Thomas Mason wrote in his 1956 biography, Harlan Fiske
Stone: Pillar of the Law, a decade pre-eminent for the exploitative large-scale business; its
leaders preached the Gospel of Goods. Canonization of the salesman was seen as the

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brightest hope of America. The absorbing ambition was to make two dollars grow where one
had grown before, to engineer, as utilities magnate Samuel Insull put it, all I could out of a
dollarthat is, get something for nothing.
Organized labor, which before World War I had been a potent social and political force, had
been crushed through government repression, including the use of the Espionage and
Sedition acts. Government regulations and controls had been weakened or abolished. It was
a time when, as Sinclair Lewis said of Babbittryreferring to the philistine behavior of the
lead character in his 1922 novel Babbitt, about the vacuity of American culturethe goal in
life was to be rich, fat, arrogant, and superior. Inequality had reached appalling levels, with
60 percent of American families existing barely above subsistence level by the time of the
1929 crash. The American god was profit. Those not blessed to be rich and powerful were
sacrificed on the altar of the marketplace.
The New Hampshire-born Stone, grounded in rural New England conservatism and Yankee
thrift, was appalled by the orgy of greed and inequality engineered by his fellow elites. He
denounced a hedonistic culture dominated by unethical oligarchs and corporations very
similar to those that exist today.
Wealth, power, the struggle for ephemeral social and political prestige,
which so absorb our attention and energy, are but the passing phase of
every age; ninety-day wonders which pass from mans recollection
almost before the actors who have striven from them have passed from
the stage, he wrote. What is significant in the record of mans
development is none of these. It is rather those forces in society and the
lives of those individuals, who have, in each generation, added
something to mans intellectual and moral attainment, that lay hold on
the imagination and compel admiration and reverence in each succeeding
generation.
Wall Streets crash in 1929 and the widespread suffering caused by the Depression confirmed
Stones fears about unfettered capitalism. Victorian-era writer Herbert Spencer, who coined
the term survival of the fittest and whose libertarian philosophy was widely embraced in the
1920s, argued that liberty was measured by the relative paucity of restraint that
government places on the individual. Stone saw this belief, replicated in the ideology of
neoliberalism, as a recipe for corporate oppression and exploitation.
If the law remained trapped in the agrarian, white male, slave-holding society in which the
authors of the Constitution lived, if it was used to exclusively defend individualism, there
would be no legal mechanisms to halt the abuse of corporate power. The rise of modern
markets, industrialization, technology, imperial expansion and global capitalism necessitated
a legal system that understood and responded to modernity. Stone bitterly attacked the
concept of natural law and natural rights, used to justify the greed of the ruling elites by
attempting to place economic transactions beyond the scope of the courts. Laissez faire
economics was not, he said, a harbinger of progress. The purpose of the law was not to
maximize corporate profit. In Stones reasoning, a clash between the courts and the lords of
commerce was inevitable.

Stone excoriated the legal profession for its failure to curb the avarice of the
giant economic forces which our industrial and financial world have created.
Lawyers, he went on, were not supposed to be guardians of corporate power.
He asked why a bar which has done so much to develop and refine the
technique of business organization, to provide skillfully devised methods for
financing industry, which has guided a world-wide commercial expansion, has
done relatively so little to remedy the evils of the investment market; so little to

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adapt the fiduciary principle of nineteenth-century equity to twentieth-century


business practices; so little to improve the functioning of the administrative
mechanisms which modern government sets up to prevent abuses; so little to
make law more readily available as an instrument of justice to the common
man. The law, he said, was about the advancement of the public interest. He
castigated the educated elites, especially lawyers and judges, who used their
skills to become the obsequious servant of business and in the process were
tainted with the morals and manners of the marketplace in its most anti-social
manifestations. And he warned law schools that their exclusive focus on
proficiency overlooked the grave danger to the public if this
proficiency be directed wholly to private ends without thought of the
social consequences. He lambasted the cramped mind of the clever
lawyer, for whom intellectual dignity and freedom had been forbidden by
the interests which he served. He called the legal professions service to
corporation power a sad spectacle and attorneys who sold their souls
to corporations lawyer criminals.
He was viciously attacked. The Wall Street lawyer William D. Guthrie responded in the
Fordham Law Review, warning readers that Stone was peddling subversive doctrines
championed by false prophets that had as their goal national socialism, the repudiation of
standards and obligation heretofore upheld, the leveling of classes, the destruction of
property, and the overthrow of our federal system designed to be composed of sovereign and
indestructible states.
But Stone understood a seminal fact that eludes our days Federalist Society and the
Republican and Democratic party leaderships: Corporations cannot be trusted with social and
political power. Stone knew that the law must be a barrier to the insatiable corporate lust for
profit. If the law failed in this task, then corporate despotism was certain.
He wrote of the excesses of capitalism that led to the Depression:
I venture to assert that when the history of the financial era which has just drawn
to a close comes to be written, most of its mistakes and its major faults will be
ascribed to the failure to observe the fiduciary principle, the precept as old as the
holy writ, that a man cannot serve two masters. More than a century ago equity
gave a hospitable reception to that principle, and the common law was not slow to
follow in giving it recognition. No thinking man can believe that an economy built
upon a business foundation can long endure without some loyalty to that principle.
The separation of ownership from management, the development of the corporate
structure so as to vest in small groups control over the resources of great numbers
of small and uninformed investors, make imperative a fresh and active devotion to
that principle if the modern world of business is to perform its proper function. Yet
those who serve nominally as trustees, but relieved, by clever legal devices, from
the obligation to protect those whose interests they purport to represent,
corporate officers and directors who award themselves huge bonuses from
corporate funds without the assent or even the knowledge of their stockholders,
reorganization committees created to serve interests other than those whose
securities they control, financial institutions which, in the infinite variety of their
operations, consider only last, if at all, the interests of those whose funds they
command, suggest how far we have ignored the necessary implications of that
principle. The loss and suffering inflicted on individuals, the harm done to a social
order founded upon business and dependent upon its integrity, are incalculable.

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The corporate coup dtat Stone attempted to thwart is complete. His worst fears are our
nightmare.
Stone had his flaws. After he refused to grant a stay of execution for Nicola Sacco and
Bartolomeo Vanzetti, the two anarchists were hanged in August 1927. (A courtier took a
fishing boat to retrieve the fateful decision that Stone made while he was at his vacation
home here on Isle au Haut. He probably signed off on their execution orders on the table
where I sit each morning.) He sometimes ruled against the rights of unions. He endorsed the
internment of Japanese-American citizens during World War II. He was not sympathetic to
conscientious objectors except on religious grounds. He did not always protect the
constitutional rights of communists. He could use the law to curb what he saw as Franklin
Roosevelts consolidation of power within the executive branch.
But Stone had the integrity and courage to throw bombs at the establishment. He attacked,
for example, the Nuremberg Trials of the Nazi leadership after World War II, calling it a high-
grade lynching party. I dont mind what he [the chief Nuremberg prosecutor, Supreme Court
Justice Robert H. Jackson] does to the Nazis, but I hate to see the pretense that he is running
a court and proceeding according to common law, he wrote. This is a little too
sanctimonious a fraud to meet my old-fashioned ideas. He noted acidly that the Nuremberg
Trials were being used to justify the proposition that the leaders of the vanquished are to be
executed by the victors.
Stone spent his summers in a gray-shingled cottage with blue-green trim overlooking a small
island harbor. He and his wife built the cottage, which still stands, in 1916. He tramped about
the island in old clothes. One day at the dock a woman mistook the Supreme Court justice for
a porter. She asked him to carry her bags. Stone, a burly man who had played football in
college, lifted the suitcases and followed her without a word.
Stone did not possess the Emersonian brilliance and rhetorical flourishes of a Holmes or the
trenchant social analysis of a Brandeis, but he was an astute legal scholar. There would be no
place for him in todays Republican or Democratic parties or judiciary, seized by the corporate
interests he fought. The Federalist Society, along with corporate lobbyists, would have
mounted a fierce campaign to block him from becoming attorney general and a Supreme
Court justice. His iron fidelity to the rule of law would have seen him, like Ralph Nader, tossed
into the political and judicial wilderness.
Stone opposed socialism because, as he told his friend Harold Laski, the British
political philosopher and socialist, he believed the judicial system could be
reformed and empowered to protect the public from the tyranny of corporate elites.
If the judicial system failed in its task to safeguard democracy, he conceded to
Laski, socialism was the only alternative.

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DEFENDANTS LIST AS OF TUESDAY AUGUST 22, 2017 -

68.Steve Midciff Ceo Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;


69.Dr.Anthony Mastropietro Medical Director Lancaster Regional Hospital
Lancaster,Pa.;
70.Linda S. Wenger Pa-C Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
71.Christine M.Dang M.D. Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
72.Mastropietro Associatesfamily Practice Noll Drive Lancaster Pa.;
73.BLack And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
74.Dr. John Black Iii Black And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
75.Southeast Health Clinic Brightside Baptist Church Lancaster Pa.;
76.Dr. Leo Dorizynski Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa.;
77. Dr. Sean Coldren M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa.;
78.Dr. Emily Pressley M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa..;
79.Dr. Daniel Mcintyre M.D. Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
80.Lancaster General Hospital Department Of Psychiatry Lancaster Pa.;
81.Dr. Tate Lancaster Emergency Associates Of Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa..;
82.Amy Millhouse Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
83.Officer Eric Mccrady, Lancaster City Bureau Of Police Lancaster Pa.;
84.Lancaster County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Department County Of
Lancaster Lancaster Pa.;
85.JAMES McLAUGHLIN DISRECTOR MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION
DEPARTMENT COUNTY OF LANCASTER LANCASTER PA.;
86.CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
87.MR. McCARDY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER
COUNTY'
88.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
89.DENNIS STUCKEY CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF
LANCASTER PA.;
90.HOUSE OF PASTA BAR & RESTAURANT MILLERSVILLE PIKE LANCASTER PA.;
91.YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR NORTH QUEEN ST. LANCASTER PA.;
92.UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
93.ART WARD PROPERIETOR UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
94.PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
95.COMMANDER PA. STATE POLICE TROOP J LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
96.PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT);
97.BEVERLY POINTS ESQ. LEGAL COUNSEL PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION;
98.LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
99.TERRY BERGMAN SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS
COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
100. MARK REESE CHIEF DEPUTY LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE PRO SE.
REINSTATED AS DIRECTED.
101. RANDALL O. WENGER PROTHONOTARY.
102. LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE AVENUE LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
103. DR. L. WENGER LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
104. WEIS MARKETS SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
105. WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
106. AMY BRENT PHARMICIST DISTRICT MANAGER WEIS MARKET

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107. CVS PHARMACY MANOR SHOPPING CENTER LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA


108. FULTON FINANCIAL CORPORATION LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
109. FULTON BANK LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
110. MR. R. SCOTT SMITH CEO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
111. PHILLIP WENGER COO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
112. MR. CRAIG RODA CEO FULTON BANK
113. MS DANA CHRYST BOARD OF DIRECTORS FULTON FINANICAL
CORPORATION LANCASTER
114. GENERAL HOSPITAL
115. NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC NEW HOLLAND PENNSYLVANIA
116. DR. WEST NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS INC.
LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
117. STEVE WEAVER MANAGER LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
118. JOHN BUCKWALTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN LANCASTER
NEWSPAPERS
119. HIGH INDUSTRIES LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
120. FRANK MCCABE HIGH HOTELS
121. S. DALE HIGH HIGH INDUSTRIES
122. BARLEY SNYDER LLC. LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
123. SHAWN LONG ESQ. BARLEY SNYDER LLC
124. WGAL TV-8 LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
125. PAUL QUINN GENERAL MANAGER WGAL TV-8
126. DOUG ALLEN WGAL TV-8
127. JANELLE STELLSON WGAL TV-8
128. SUSAN SHIPIRO WGAL TV-8
129. BARBARA BARR WGAL TV-8
130. LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS LANCASTER COUNTY
PENNSYLVANIA
131. COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX RED ROSE COMMONS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
132. LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS
133. RYAN P. AUMENT LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
134. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
135. NURSE 1 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
136. NURSE 2 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
137. DR. VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
138. WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
139. BRANCH MANAGER WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR
STREETS LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
140. ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR
141. MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT AND BAR
142. MARION STREET CAFE
143. MIKE GEESEY PROPRIETOR MARION COURTROOM
144. ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
145. JOHN KATRAS PROPRIETOR ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
146. BRETT STABLEY MANAGER ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
147. ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT
148. THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB GEORGE SOUKAS MANAGER THE VILLAGE
NIGHTCLUB
149. RUBY TUESDAY RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL MANOR SHOPPING CENTER
150. VALENTINOS CAFE LANCASTER
151. BRICKYARD BAR

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152. LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION


153. DAVID PFLUMM
154. PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK LIBERTY PLACE LANCASTER
155. LANCASTER EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA)
156. MARK SPRUNGER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LETA
157. RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA)
158. DAVID KILMER RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY
159. LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
160. KIETH SADDLER CHIEF OF POLICE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
161. SGT. RICHARD COSMORE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU LANCASTER
162. CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
163. MR. MCGUIRE LANCASTER CITY HOUSING INSPECTION
164. DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION REPRESENTATIVE
165. LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION
166. RICHARD GRAY MAYOR CITY OF LANCASTER
167. LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS
168. WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK
169. RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET LANCASTER PA
170. LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE
171. CRAIG STEDMAN LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY
172. MICHAEL LANDIS DETECTIVE LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE
173. PRESIDENT JUDGE LOUIS FARINA LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS
174. JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
175. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL
BOARD COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
176. ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE THOMAS CORBETT PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL
177. UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF
PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA
178. ERIC HOLDER UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL
179. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) HARRISBURG OFFICE
180. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) PHILADELPHIA OFFICE
181. SHERYL CROW INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST
182. UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA)
183. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.)
184. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)
185. ROBERT GATES UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
186. BARRACK OBAMA UNITED STATES PRESIDENT
187. DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN PH.D. VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
188. JODIE RICHARDSON SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
189. LORI B. AUSTIN DIRECTOR OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
190. VICTOR DESANTIS DIRECTOR GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEACH
PROGRAM MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
191. MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND
LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
192. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
193. NATHANIEL BOMBERGER LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT
194. P. MICHAEL STURLA PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
195. JOHN ROCHAT CHIEF OF POLICE MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE
DEPARTMENT
196. MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
197. ROBERT S. WALKER,
198. ATT MOBILE PHONE,

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199. SPRINT MOBILE PHONE,


200. BEST BUY,
201. HILDEY'S BAR,
202. THE JUKE BOX, JOHN KATRAS, LANCASTER
203. FLEET AND AUTO,
204. PRESS ROOM, LNP ENTERPRISES,
205. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,OFFICE
206. MAX, LANCASTER REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM,
207. PATIENT FIRST URGENT CARE, ALTANA
208. RESTAURANT, BEN FRANK, AMALFI PROPERTIES,
209. TELLUS360 BAR AND RESTAURANT,
210. CORTY BYRON, ANNIE BAILEY'S RESTAURANT, JOSHUA FUNK,
211. CIGAR BAR, DANIEL FALCON,
212. LANCASTER DISPENSING COMPANY, BRADLEY DEFORGE, JUDY ROSS,
213. YORGOS BAR AND RESTAURANT, GEORGE KATSAROS, AND MRS.
KATSAROS,
214. LENS CRAFTERS, LANCASTER, PA., DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES,
OPTOMETRISTS, LANCASTER, PA.
215. CARTRIDGE WORLD, LANCASTER, PA.,
216. KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE LANCASTER, PA.,
217. EYEMART EXPRESS STORE, LANCASTER, PA.,
218. DR. HARRY BREITMAN, LANCASTER, PA.,
219. OFFICE MAX STORE #854, LANCASTER, PA.,
220. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, CIA, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA,
221. LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, LANGLEY,
VIRGINIA
222. MARRIOTT MOTELL, PENN SQUARE GRILL AND BAR, INTERSTATE HOTELS &
RESORTS
223. SPRING HOUSE BREWING COMPANY, TAPROOM
224. JAMES COMEY, DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION,
OR FBI
225. PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP THE WHITE HOUSE
226. MR. JEFFREY SESSIONS, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
227. MASON PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
228. ABIGAL PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREAT
229. ELIZABETH PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
230. KEAGAN PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
231. WILLIAM PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
232. GREG BURIE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
233. KEVIN HOBDAY STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
234. ANNA CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
235. STEVE CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
236. PHIL CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
237. KIESHLA CALCORFI-PRTIZ/ENTERPRISE AUTO FALSE STATEMENTS TO
AUTHORITIES
238. LANCASTER BARNSTORMERS, DAKOTA BASEBALL, IAN RIZOW, BOB LISS,
STEVE ZUCKERMAN, BOB ZUCKERMAN; Doing Business at 650 NORTH
PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 17603
239.
240. FREMONT STREET NEIGBORS
241. 1. GEIGER, ROBERT AND CAROL 1261 FREMONT ST REAR
242. 2. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1257 FREMONT ST REAR
243. 3. TANNER JOSHUA M, 1267 FREMONT ST
244. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1255 FREMONT ST REAR
245. 5. AREAS, KARLA 1263 FREMONT ST
246. 6. WILSON THEODORE R JR, AND JENNIFER, N 1261 FREMONT ST
247. 7. GEIGER, ROBERT AND CAROL 1261 FREMONT ST REAR

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248. 8. WEICKSEL CHARLES S SR, 1257 FREMONT ST


249. 9. NOLL, LINDA 1255 FREMONT ST
250. 10.FIX FRANK C II & A MARLENE, 1251 FREMONT ST
251. 11.MCELROY JANICE L, 1249 FREMONT ST
252. 12.HERR E NORBERT&BERYL M, 1247 FREMONT ST
253. 13.HOLZ WILLIAM C, 1231 FREMONT ST
254. 14.SHORT, JILL 1245 FREMONT ST
255. 15.MCCUEN, CHRISTINE 1243 FREMONT ST
256. 16.PATEL, VIVAK 1239 FREMONT ST
257. 17.TROUT RONALD N & JEANETTE E, 1262 FREMONT ST
258. 18.SHAMBAUGH, KATHERINE 1237 FREMONT ST
259. 19.CULLERS BRUCE E & TRACEY L, 1235 FREMONT ST
260. 20.LAUKHUFF KENNETH W & MARLENE, 1260 FREMONT ST
261. 21.BAUER M EILEEN, 1233 FREMONT ST
262. 22.PARIS BRIAN M, 1258 FREMONT ST
263. 23.FISHER JUSTIN E, 1231 FREMONT ST
264. 24. 789 MAIN STREET LLC, 1256 FREMONT ST
265. 25.SCHRECK DAVID M, AND EDWARD EVINS 1252 FREMONT ST
266. 26.FOEHLINGER FRANCES C, 1227 FREMONT ST
267. 27.BOWMAN RONALD D, AND LORI, C. 1225 FREMONT ST
268. 28.COLON DANIEL, 1223 FREMONT ST
269. 29.SUTTON DAWN M, AND KENDALL 1248 FREMONT ST
270. 30.GRAHAM, ERIK AND COURTNEY 1246 FREMONT ST
271. 31.GROFF RONALD L & HELEN E, 1221 FREMONT ST
272. 32.BOAS RICHARD L & SYLVIA F, 1244 FREMONT ST
273. 33.BECHTEL, MARYANN AND PETE AND MEGAN 1219 FREMONT ST
274. 34.HERZOG WALTER F &, SAGERER, BARBARA 1242 FREMONT ST
275. 35.NGUYEN THU VAN &, HOI THI DOAN 1238 FREMONT ST
276. 36.DINGS FRED L II &, MELODY, M 1236 FREMONT ST
277. 37.DEAN ELIZABETH M, 1234 FREMONT ST
278. 38.ALI, FAIZA 1232 FREMONT ST
279. 39.HILL RICHARD L & LINDA L, 1230 FREMONT ST
280. 40.TORIBIO MANUEL, AND TORIBIO 1228 FREMONT ST
281. 41.KAUFFMAN SABRINA, 1224 FREMONT ST
282. 42.DELAHOZ, SANDRA 1222 FREMONT ST
283. 43.BORTZFIELD JAMES T, 1220 FREMONT ST
284. 44.MOYER, LINDA AND DANIEL IVGARAGES AND ORCHARD1258 REAR
FREMONT ST
285. 45.ARMARTER THERESA A, 1218 FREMONT ST
286. 46.MELVIN, STEPHANIE 1216 FREMONT ST
287. 47.MCDOWELL, JONATHAN MICHAEL 1214 FREMONT ST
288. 48.ZETTLEMOYER ROBERTA M, 1210 FREMONT ST
289. 49.PROGRAM ASSISTANCE CORP, 1208 FREMONT ST
290. 50.FLAHARTY JACQUELINE N, 1206 FREMONT ST
291. 51.DARRAH, DAVID 1204 FREMONT ST
292. BELLVEDERE INN, N.QUEEN AND LEMON STREET, LANCASTER, PA
293. THE HONORALBE EDWARD G. SMITH, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA, ALLENTOWN, PA
294. CENTER CITY BRANCK LANCASTER YMCA, HARRISBURG AVENUE,
LANCASTER, PA
295. RAYMOND PENNINO AND VILLANOVA WEST BAR AND RESTUARANT,
Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, PA
296. RANDY, BARTENDER AND HOUSE OF PASTA, Millersville Pike, Lancaster, PA
297. ASHLEY DOE, 1242 Fremont Street -
298. THE GRAHAMS, 1246 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA -
299. LOWES STORE, Columbia Ave., Lancaster, PA
300. MILLER OPTICAL, LANCASTER, PA
301. TJ ROCKWELLS RESTAURANT AND BAR, ELIZABETHTOWN, LANCASTER, PA

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302. MANHIEM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT


303. M&T BANK, COLUMBIA AVENUE, LANCATER, PA
304. KRISTINA E. FINDIKYAN
305. HEARST CORPORATION
306. WGAL-TV
307. SGT CHARLES M. MELHORN OF MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
308. PETE ANDERS OF MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
309. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
310. TURKEY HILL CONVENIENCE STORES
311. PENNSLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT PROTHONOTARY
312. PENNSLVANIA SUPREME COURT PROTHONOTARY
313. MARC ZUCKERBERG AND FACEBOOK
314. PA FILE AND SERVE
315. JAMES ELMER MITCHELL and JOHN BRUCE JESSEN, CIA TORTURE
PSYCHOLOGISTS

AUGUST 22, 2017

__________/S/_____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
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

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Dated AUGUST 22, 2017

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

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 right to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member
of the media. Unfortunately due to the hacking of our electronic and digital footprints, we no longer have
access to our email contact list to make deletions. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City
Continue to Cover-Up my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control and the OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE from the COINTELPRO PROGRAM)?

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 Pennsylvania Summary 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. 17-10615; Case No. 16-10157

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EXHIBITS
1. THE CIA - CASE FILE - CASE NO. 215-CV-286-JLQ CIA TORTURE
CASE v. CIA PSYCHOLOGISTS FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF
WASHINGTON August 18, 2017
2. THE POLICE - 3. PRESIDENT TRUMP, THE POLICE STATE, and
STAN CATERBONE v. Lancaster City Police - Case No. 08-08942
in U.S. District Court Published on April 25, 2017
3. Millersville University Grad Program Documents for Litigation
September 16, 2009 IMPORTANT UPDATED JULY 22, 2017
4. 4. THE JAMES COMEY FILE - James Comey Sued for Allegedly
Covering Up Massive Surveillance Scandal - June 15, 2017
5. THE PSYCHIATRISTS - THE COMPLETE 862 PAGE MENTAL
HEALTH RECORD OF STAN J. CATERBONE TO DATE APRIL 4,
2017

AUDIO AND VIDO FILES

6. Audio Appointment with Psychiatrist Al Shulz in January of


1998 in his Office in York, Pennsylvania
7. Appointment with Dr. Brian Sullivan of Abbeyville Family
Medicine-LGH re Pain Management of March 2010
8. VOICEMAIL MESSAGE FROM PENNSYLVANIA CAPITOL
POLICWOMAN PARKS RE PA ATTY GEN NO TRESPASS JULY 12,
2017
9. VOICE RECORDING OF MESSAGE TO MANHEIM TWP POLICE
DEPARTMENT OFFICER MELFORD RE WGAL NO TESSPASS
THURSDAY JUNE 29, 2017
10. CNN U.S. EMABASSY MICROWAVE ATTACK VIDEO AUGUST
10, 2017

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STAN J. CATERBONE,
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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
717-327-1566

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
_______________________________________________

In Re:
STANLEY J. CATERBONE
AND
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
PLAINTIFFS

v.

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


DEFENDANTS

THE CASE FOR AN INDICTMENT


OF OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CHARGES
________________________
THE NEW AMERICA WHY HIRE COSTLY ATTORNEYS WHEN BEING SUED; JUST
HIRE CORRUPT POLICE AT TAXPAYERS EXPENSE!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 2017

1. THE DEFENDANTS OF FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS IMPLEMENTED


THE USE OF THREATS, FABRICATED MENTAL HEALTH WARRANTS,
AND FALSE ARRESTS AS FAR BACK AS JUNE OF 1987 AND THE
ORGANIZED PROGRAM CONTINUES TO THIS DATE IN A COHESIVE
EFFORT TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE AND PREVENT THE DEFENDANT'S
NAMED HEREIN FROM THE FINANCIAL LIABILITY OF $MILLIONS OF
DOLLARS AND PUBLIC HUMILIATION.
2. THE CIA DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening
letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to
influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty
of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on allegations that
a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such
as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
3. THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or
force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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4. THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL DID IN FACT - corruptly or by


threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
5. THE FAIRMOUNT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM DID IN FACT -
corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication,
influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede,
the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to
interfere with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence,
or interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
6. THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
7. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, LTD., DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
8. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DID IN FACT -corruptly or by threats or force,
or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes,
or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
9. THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
10.OCCUPANTS OF 1252 FREMONT STREET DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
11.LANCASTER COUNTY MDJ ADAM J. WITKONIS DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
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12.THE PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT AND THE PENNSYLVANIA


SUPERIOR COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
13.THE LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by
threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
14.THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, FBI, DID IN FACT - corruptly or
by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.
15.THE LNP MEDIA GROUP DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by
any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
16.WGAL-TV8 DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or force, or by any
threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or
endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice,
shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute based on
allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official proceeding, by
doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties of jurors or
court officers.
17.THE LANCASTER COUNTY COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE DID IN FACT - corruptly
or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences,
obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due
administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged
under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or
interfering with duties of jurors or court officers.

18.THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DID IN FACT - corruptly or by threats or


force, or by any threatening letter or communication, influences, obstruct, or
impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration
of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are charged under this statute
based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere with an official
proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering with duties
of jurors or court officers.

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18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE


CORNELL LAW SCHOOL www.law.cornell.edu/wex/obstruction_of_justice
whoever ....corruptly or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or
communication, influences, obstruct, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or
impede, the due administration of justice, shall be (guilty of an offense). Persons are
charged under this statute based on allegations that a defendant intended to interfere
with an official proceeding, by doing thins such as destroying evidence, or interfering
with duties of jurors or court officers.
A person obstruct justice when they have a specific intent to obstruct or interfere
with a judicial proceeding. (ALL COURT CASES, BOTH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL OF
PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE) For a person to be convicted of obstruction justice,
they must not only have the specific intent to obstruct the proceeding, both the person
must know (1) that a proceeding was actually pending at the time; and (2) there must
be a nexus between the defendant's endeavor to obstruct justice and the proceeding,
and the defendant must have knowledge of this nexus.
FINDING OF FACTS:

The Date of Origin


1. June 23, 1987, the day of the meeting with ISC Executive Mr. Larry Resch

between PLAINTIFF Stan J. Caterbone at his office and the Headquarters


of his company Financial Management Group, Ltd., 1755 Oregon Pike,
Lancaster, PA in Manheim Township, Lancaster County.
2. 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..
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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

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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.
6. 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
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7. 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.
8. 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.
9. CATERBONE had the following agenda for the trip and meeting:
1. 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.
2. Discuss and evaluate the opportunities of utilizing insurance products from Randy
Grespin's firm, and all matters related to the structuring of business.

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3. 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..
4. 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
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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.
10.On June 18, 1987, later in the evening, Robert Kauffman, President visits the home of
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.
11.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.
12.CATERBONE advises Mr. Joseph F. Roda, Esq. that he is in fear that someone is
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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.
13.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,.
14.Mr. Joseph F. Roda committed fraud in invoicing CATERBONE for services rendered,
without any actual benefit afforded to CATERBONE .
15.EARLY WEEKS OF JULY 1987 - 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.
16.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.
17.On July 6, 1987, CATERBONE contacts David Drubner, of Boston, Ma, a friend of
CATERBONE's brothers Mike, and an attorney. During the conversation, David Drubner
questions CATERBONE about "taking some medication", and supports the allegations of
insanity.
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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.
19.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.
20.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.
21.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 of his aircraft. CATERBONE discussed the case briefly with Diane
Campell that day, and CATERBONE made arrangements to deliver supporting documents
to the office in Santa Barbara the following week, while visiting with Gamillion Studios, in
Hollywood.
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liability and other legal matters in a law library of Suffolk Community College.
23.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.
24.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.
25.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.
26.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.
27.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 .
28.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.
29.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.
30.On July 24, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda invoices CATERBONE $527.00 for the time and
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31.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.
32.On September 3, 1987, Attorney Joseph Roda sends CATERBONE a letter requesting
payment of $525.48 in outstanding legal tees for the meetings of July 1 & 2 and copying
charges.
33.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.
34.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.
35.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.
36.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.
37.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?".
38.Nancy Arment of Financial Management Group, Ltd., engaged in harassment and
conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion.
39.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
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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.
40.Stacy Walters engaged in criminal trespass, conspiracy to commit Count IV - extortion,
undo influence, mental duress, slander, defamation of character, and wrongful interference
with business relations.
41.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.
42.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.
43.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.
44.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.
45.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.
46.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.
47.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.
48.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

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charges.
49.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.
50.CATERBONE is released from Lancaster County prison, and immediately escorted to St.
Joseph Hospital and admitted into the Psychiatric Unit.
51.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.
52.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.
53.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.
54.On September 15, 1987, CATERBONE receives an invoice from St. Joseph Hospital for
$3,064.00.
55.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.
56.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.
57.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 Johnsons funds were
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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE, OR THE COURT. The Section 303 COURT


ORDERS, by law, must be filed in the Lancaster County Courthouse
Prothonotary Office.

59.The first PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was to the BURDETTE TOMLIN


HOSPITAL in Cape May County, New Jersey The commitment lasted only 4
hours, and was a result of a fabricated suicide allegation made to the Stone
Harbor Police Department.

60.In September of 1987 the PSYCHIATRIC COMITMENT to then Saint Joseph


Hospital, now Lancaster Regional Medical Center was the direct result of a
fabricated CONDITION OF BAIL, which when discovered lead to the
IMMEDIATE DISCHARGE, again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or
MEDICATIONS.

61.In February of 2005 there was a again another fabricated SUICIDE


ALLEGATION, made by a patron of the Alley Kat that resulted in the false
imprisonment at 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA for approximately 2
hours by the Southern Regional Police Department, again resulted in NO
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT.

62.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT was in April of 2006 by the Southern


Regional Police to the Lancaster General Hospital, that resulted in the
Discharge from my Pro Se Representation at the Section 303 Hearing, again
with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

63.In July of 2009 I had excruciating pain from a cavity that no dentist in
Lancaster County would fill. I had a commitment at a free dental clinic in
New Holland only to have the commitment rescinded at the last minute after
6 hours of wait time. I visited several emergency rooms for pain medications
and finally the Lancaster General Hospital took a blood sample and found the
infection had spread to my blood stream. The emergency room immediately
put me on an intravenous drip of antibiotics for about an hour and scheduled
an appointment with Conestoga Oral Surgeons. Upon leaving I had submitted
a video tape of audio only of a recording of myself in pain. Upon arriving
home, the Lancaster City Police showed up with another 302 Psychiatric
Commitment and took me to the Lancaster General Hospital Emergency
Room. I was immediately scheduled for emergency oral surgery and taken to
the Intermediate Intensive Care Unit. The next day I had emergency oral
surgery to remove 2 infected teeth. During the previous 2 weeks I had taken
photos of the transformation of my face from the infection. After surgery a
Psychiatric Interview was done in my room in the Intermediate Intensive
Care Unit I was discharged without incident and again with no
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN or MEDICATIONS. I was never even in any
portion of the psychiatric care unit. UNFORTUNATELY, INSTEAD OF A
$1500.00 OUTPATIENT BILL THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL BILLE ME
SOME $30,000.00.

64.The next PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS were all the result of FABRICATIONS


BY DETECTIVE CLARK BEARINGER OF THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE
DEPARTMENT TO FAIRMOUNT HOSPITAL IN PHILADELPHIA April of 2015;
July of 2015, and February of 2016. Again with no OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
PLAN or MEDICATIONS.

65.The 2010 OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PLAN of COUNSELING ONLY, for 3 months

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was a VOLUNTARY TREATMENT PLAN that was coerced after 3 Psychiatric


Nurses forced medication by needle to the buttox, and then medication for
the next several days in FARIMOUNT HOSPITAL. No MEDICATIONS WERE
TAKEN AFTER THE INITAL PRESCRIPTION FROM THE HOSPITAL WAS
FINISHED, WHICH ONLY LASTED A FEW WEEKS.

66.RECORDS AND MY OWN MEMORY CLARIFIES THAT THE LANCASTER CITY


POLICE DEPARTMENT ENGAGED IN THE VERY SAME TACTICS AGAINST MY
FATHER, SAMUEL CATERBONE, JR. IN THE 1960'S, WHICH RESULTED IN BOTH
PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENTS AND ELECTO-SHOCK TREATMENTS, A CLASSIC
MKULTRA PROGRAM TECHNIQUE FOR BRAIN WASHING.

67.The VOLUNTARY decision on my part to take PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS


AND OUTPATIENT TREATMENT by Lancaster Psychiatrist Dr. Alber Shulz, who
in 1986 was a client of mine at Financial Management Group, Ltd., who also
treated my brother Sammy Caterbone, was THE DIRECT RESULT OF
REPEATED REQUEST BY MY MOTHER, YOLANDA RODA CATERBONE WHICH I
MADE IN ORDER TO OBTAIN FINANCIAL BACKING, WORK, AND INCOME. MY
FINANCIAL RECORD AND WORK HISTORY RECORD PROVES THIS.

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68.Steve Midciff Ceo Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;


69.Dr.Anthony Mastropietro Medical Director Lancaster Regional Hospital
Lancaster,Pa.;
70.Linda S. Wenger Pa-C Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
71.Christine M.Dang M.D. Lancaster Regional Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
72.Mastropietro Associatesfamily Practice Noll Drive Lancaster Pa.;
73.BLack And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
74.Dr. John Black Iii Black And Black Dental Willow St. Pa.;
75.Southeast Health Clinic Brightside Baptist Church Lancaster Pa.;
76.Dr. Leo Dorizynski Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa.;
77. Dr. Sean Coldren M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa.;
78.Dr. Emily Pressley M.D. Psychiatry Department Lancaster General Hospital
Lancaster Pa..;
79.Dr. Daniel Mcintyre M.D. Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
80.Lancaster General Hospital Department Of Psychiatry Lancaster Pa.;
81.Dr. Tate Lancaster Emergency Associates Of Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster
Pa..;
82.Amy Millhouse Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa.;
83.Officer Eric Mccrady, Lancaster City Bureau Of Police Lancaster Pa.;
84.Lancaster County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Department County Of
Lancaster Lancaster Pa.;
85.JAMES McLAUGHLIN DISRECTOR MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION
DEPARTMENT COUNTY OF LANCASTER LANCASTER PA.;
86.CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER COUNTY;
87.MR. McCARDY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CRISIS INTERVENTION OF LANCASTER
COUNTY'
88.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
89.DENNIS STUCKEY CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF
LANCASTER PA.;
90.HOUSE OF PASTA BAR & RESTAURANT MILLERSVILLE PIKE LANCASTER PA.;
91.YORGEY'S RESTAURANT & BAR NORTH QUEEN ST. LANCASTER PA.;
92.UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
93.ART WARD PROPERIETOR UPS COPY STORE STONE MILL PLAZA LANCASTER PA.;
94.PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOP J. LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
95.COMMANDER PA. STATE POLICE TROOP J LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST LANCASTER
PA.;
96.PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(PENNDOT);
97.BEVERLY POINTS ESQ. LEGAL COUNSEL PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION;
98.LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
99.TERRY BERGMAN SHERIFF OF LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SHERIFFS
COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA.;
100. MARK REESE CHIEF DEPUTY LANCASTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
SHERIFFS COUNTY OF LANCASTER PA. FILED BY: STAN J. CATERBONE PRO SE.
REINSTATED AS DIRECTED.
101. RANDALL O. WENGER PROTHONOTARY.
102. LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE AVENUE LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
103. DR. L. WENGER LANCASTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
104. WEIS MARKETS SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
105. WEIS PHARMACY SADSBURY PENNSYLVANIA
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107. CVS PHARMACY MANOR SHOPPING CENTER LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA


108. FULTON FINANCIAL CORPORATION LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
109. FULTON BANK LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
110. MR. R. SCOTT SMITH CEO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
111. PHILLIP WENGER COO FULTON FINANICAL CORPORATION
112. MR. CRAIG RODA CEO FULTON BANK
113. MS DANA CHRYST BOARD OF DIRECTORS FULTON FINANICAL
CORPORATION LANCASTER
114. GENERAL HOSPITAL
115. NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC NEW HOLLAND PENNSYLVANIA
116. DR. WEST NEW HOLLAND DENTAL CLINIC LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS INC.
LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
117. STEVE WEAVER MANAGER LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
118. JOHN BUCKWALTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIRMAN LANCASTER
NEWSPAPERS
119. HIGH INDUSTRIES LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
120. FRANK MCCABE HIGH HOTELS
121. S. DALE HIGH HIGH INDUSTRIES
122. BARLEY SNYDER LLC. LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
123. SHAWN LONG ESQ. BARLEY SNYDER LLC
124. WGAL TV-8 LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
125. PAUL QUINN GENERAL MANAGER WGAL TV-8
126. DOUG ALLEN WGAL TV-8
127. JANELLE STELLSON WGAL TV-8
128. SUSAN SHIPIRO WGAL TV-8
129. BARBARA BARR WGAL TV-8
130. LANCASTER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS LANCASTER COUNTY
PENNSYLVANIA
131. COPY MAX/IMPRESSO OFFICE MAX RED ROSE COMMONS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
132. LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS
133. RYAN P. AUMENT LANCASTER COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
134. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
135. NURSE 1 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
136. NURSE 2 OF JULY 13 2009 OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
137. DR. VITO DICAMILLO OF THE LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
138. WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR STREETS LANCASTER
PENNSYLVANIA
139. BRANCH MANAGER WACHOVIA BANK HERSHEY AVENUE AND MANOR
STREETS LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA
140. ANNIE BAILEYS RESTUARANT AND BAR
141. MARION COURTROOM RESTUARANT AND BAR
142. MARION STREET CAFE
143. MIKE GEESEY PROPRIETOR MARION COURTROOM
144. ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
145. JOHN KATRAS PROPRIETOR ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
146. BRETT STABLEY MANAGER ALLEY KAT BAR AND RESTUARANT
147. ROSA ROSA RESTUARANT
148. THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUB GEORGE SOUKAS MANAGER THE VILLAGE
NIGHTCLUB
149. RUBY TUESDAY RESTUARANT BAR AND GRILL MANOR SHOPPING CENTER
150. VALENTINOS CAFE LANCASTER
151. BRICKYARD BAR

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152. LANCASTER COUNTY RESTUARANT ASSOCIATION


153. DAVID PFLUMM
154. PENNSYLVANIA CAREER LINK LIBERTY PLACE LANCASTER
155. LANCASTER EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AGENCY (LETA)
156. MARK SPRUNGER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LETA
157. RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY (RRTA)
158. DAVID KILMER RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY
159. LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
160. KIETH SADDLER CHIEF OF POLICE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU
161. SGT. RICHARD COSMORE LANCASTER CITY POLICE BUREAU LANCASTER
162. CITY HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
163. MR. MCGUIRE LANCASTER CITY HOUSING INSPECTION
164. DEPARTMENT AND NON-UNIFORMED UNION REPRESENTATIVE
165. LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION LANCASTER CITY POLICE UNION
166. RICHARD GRAY MAYOR CITY OF LANCASTER
167. LANCASTER COUNTYWIDE COMMUNICATIONS
168. WILLIAM RICHARD PLANK
169. RESIDENTS OF 1200 BLOCK FREMONT STREET LANCASTER PA
170. LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE
171. CRAIG STEDMAN LANCASTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY
172. MICHAEL LANDIS DETECTIVE LANCASTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTY. OFFICE
173. PRESIDENT JUDGE LOUIS FARINA LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS
174. JUDGE JAMES P. CULLEN LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
175. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL
BOARD COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
176. ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE THOMAS CORBETT PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL
177. UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE FO THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF
PENNSLVANIA IN PHILADELPHIA
178. ERIC HOLDER UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL
179. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) HARRISBURG OFFICE
180. FEDERAL BUREA OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) PHILADELPHIA OFFICE
181. SHERYL CROW INTERSCOPE RECORDING ARTIST
182. UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA)
183. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (D.O.D.)
184. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)
185. ROBERT GATES UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
186. BARRACK OBAMA UNITED STATES PRESIDENT
187. DR. AMINTA HAWKINS-BREAN PH.D. VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
188. JODIE RICHARDSON SECRETARY OF STUDENT AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
189. LORI B. AUSTIN DIRECTOR OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
190. VICTOR DESANTIS DIRECTOR GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEACH
PROGRAM MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
191. MARJORIE M. WARMKESSLER PH.D. HUMANTIES LIBRARIAN AND
LIBRARIAN INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
192. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT MILLERSVILLE
UNIVERSITY
193. NATHANIEL BOMBERGER LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT
194. P. MICHAEL STURLA PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
195. JOHN ROCHAT CHIEF OF POLICE MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE
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196. MILLERSVILLE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
197. ROBERT S. WALKER,
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199. SPRINT MOBILE PHONE,


200. BEST BUY,
201. HILDEY'S BAR,
202. THE JUKE BOX, JOHN KATRAS, LANCASTER
203. FLEET AND AUTO,
204. PRESS ROOM, LNP ENTERPRISES,
205. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,OFFICE
206. MAX, LANCASTER REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM,
207. PATIENT FIRST URGENT CARE, ALTANA
208. RESTAURANT, BEN FRANK, AMALFI PROPERTIES,
209. TELLUS360 BAR AND RESTAURANT,
210. CORTY BYRON, ANNIE BAILEY'S RESTAURANT, JOSHUA FUNK,
211. CIGAR BAR, DANIEL FALCON,
212. LANCASTER DISPENSING COMPANY, BRADLEY DEFORGE, JUDY ROSS,
213. YORGOS BAR AND RESTAURANT, GEORGE KATSAROS, AND MRS.
KATSAROS,
214. LENS CRAFTERS, LANCASTER, PA., DR. JOHN H. BROADDUS & ASSOCIATES,
OPTOMETRISTS, LANCASTER, PA.
215. CARTRIDGE WORLD, LANCASTER, PA.,
216. KOHLS DEPARTMENT STORE LANCASTER, PA.,
217. EYEMART EXPRESS STORE, LANCASTER, PA.,
218. DR. HARRY BREITMAN, LANCASTER, PA.,
219. OFFICE MAX STORE #854, LANCASTER, PA.,
220. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, CIA, LANGLEY, VIRGINIA,
221. LEON PANETTA, DIRECTOR, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, LANGLEY,
VIRGINIA
222. MARRIOTT MOTELL, PENN SQUARE GRILL AND BAR, INTERSTATE HOTELS &
RESORTS
223. SPRING HOUSE BREWING COMPANY, TAPROOM
224. JAMES COMEY, DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION,
OR FBI
225. PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP THE WHITE HOUSE
226. MR. JEFFREY SESSIONS, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
227. MASON PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
228. ABIGAL PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREAT
229. ELIZABETH PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
230. KEAGAN PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
231. WILLIAM PFLUMM STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
232. GREG BURIE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
233. KEVIN HOBDAY STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
234. ANNA CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
235. STEVE CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
236. PHIL CATERBONE STALKING, HARASSMENT, THREATS
237. KIESHLA CALCORFI-PRTIZ/ENTERPRISE AUTO FALSE STATEMENTS TO
AUTHORITIES
238. LANCASTER BARNSTORMERS, DAKOTA BASEBALL, IAN RIZOW, BOB LISS,
STEVE ZUCKERMAN, BOB ZUCKERMAN; Doing Business at 650 NORTH
PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 17603
239.
240. FREMONT STREET NEIGBORS
241. 1. GEIGER, ROBERT AND CAROL 1261 FREMONT ST REAR
242. 2. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1257 FREMONT ST REAR
243. 3. TANNER JOSHUA M, 1267 FREMONT ST
244. WEICKSEL, CHARLES 1255 FREMONT ST REAR
245. 5. AREAS, KARLA 1263 FREMONT ST
246. 6. WILSON THEODORE R JR, AND JENNIFER, N 1261 FREMONT ST
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248. 8. WEICKSEL CHARLES S SR, 1257 FREMONT ST


249. 9. NOLL, LINDA 1255 FREMONT ST
250. 10.FIX FRANK C II & A MARLENE, 1251 FREMONT ST
251. 11.MCELROY JANICE L, 1249 FREMONT ST
252. 12.HERR E NORBERT&BERYL M, 1247 FREMONT ST
253. 13.HOLZ WILLIAM C, 1231 FREMONT ST
254. 14.SHORT, JILL 1245 FREMONT ST
255. 15.MCCUEN, CHRISTINE 1243 FREMONT ST
256. 16.PATEL, VIVAK 1239 FREMONT ST
257. 17.TROUT RONALD N & JEANETTE E, 1262 FREMONT ST
258. 18.SHAMBAUGH, KATHERINE 1237 FREMONT ST
259. 19.CULLERS BRUCE E & TRACEY L, 1235 FREMONT ST
260. 20.LAUKHUFF KENNETH W & MARLENE, 1260 FREMONT ST
261. 21.BAUER M EILEEN, 1233 FREMONT ST
262. 22.PARIS BRIAN M, 1258 FREMONT ST
263. 23.FISHER JUSTIN E, 1231 FREMONT ST
264. 24. 789 MAIN STREET LLC, 1256 FREMONT ST
265. 25.SCHRECK DAVID M, AND EDWARD EVINS 1252 FREMONT ST
266. 26.FOEHLINGER FRANCES C, 1227 FREMONT ST
267. 27.BOWMAN RONALD D, AND LORI, C. 1225 FREMONT ST
268. 28.COLON DANIEL, 1223 FREMONT ST
269. 29.SUTTON DAWN M, AND KENDALL 1248 FREMONT ST
270. 30.GRAHAM, ERIK AND COURTNEY 1246 FREMONT ST
271. 31.GROFF RONALD L & HELEN E, 1221 FREMONT ST
272. 32.BOAS RICHARD L & SYLVIA F, 1244 FREMONT ST
273. 33.BECHTEL, MARYANN AND PETE AND MEGAN 1219 FREMONT ST
274. 34.HERZOG WALTER F &, SAGERER, BARBARA 1242 FREMONT ST
275. 35.NGUYEN THU VAN &, HOI THI DOAN 1238 FREMONT ST
276. 36.DINGS FRED L II &, MELODY, M 1236 FREMONT ST
277. 37.DEAN ELIZABETH M, 1234 FREMONT ST
278. 38.ALI, FAIZA 1232 FREMONT ST
279. 39.HILL RICHARD L & LINDA L, 1230 FREMONT ST
280. 40.TORIBIO MANUEL, AND TORIBIO 1228 FREMONT ST
281. 41.KAUFFMAN SABRINA, 1224 FREMONT ST
282. 42.DELAHOZ, SANDRA 1222 FREMONT ST
283. 43.BORTZFIELD JAMES T, 1220 FREMONT ST
284. 44.MOYER, LINDA AND DANIEL IVGARAGES AND ORCHARD1258 REAR
FREMONT ST
285. 45.ARMARTER THERESA A, 1218 FREMONT ST
286. 46.MELVIN, STEPHANIE 1216 FREMONT ST
287. 47.MCDOWELL, JONATHAN MICHAEL 1214 FREMONT ST
288. 48.ZETTLEMOYER ROBERTA M, 1210 FREMONT ST
289. 49.PROGRAM ASSISTANCE CORP, 1208 FREMONT ST
290. 50.FLAHARTY JACQUELINE N, 1206 FREMONT ST
291. 51.DARRAH, DAVID 1204 FREMONT ST
292. BELLVEDERE INN, N.QUEEN AND LEMON STREET, LANCASTER, PA
293. THE HONORALBE EDWARD G. SMITH, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSLVANIA, ALLENTOWN, PA
294. CENTER CITY BRANCK LANCASTER YMCA, HARRISBURG AVENUE,
LANCASTER, PA
295. RAYMOND PENNINO AND VILLANOVA WEST BAR AND RESTUARANT,
Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, PA
296. RANDY, BARTENDER AND HOUSE OF PASTA, Millersville Pike, Lancaster, PA
297. ASHLEY DOE, 1242 Fremont Street -
298. THE GRAHAMS, 1246 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA -
299. LOWES STORE, Columbia Ave., Lancaster, PA
300. MILLER OPTICAL, LANCASTER, PA
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302. MANHIEM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT


303. M&T BANK, COLUMBIA AVENUE, LANCATER, PA
304. KRISTINA E. FINDIKYAN
305. HEARST CORPORATION
306. WGAL-TV
307. SGT CHARLES M. MELHORN OF MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
308. PETE ANDERS OF MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
309. MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
310. TURKEY HILL CONVENIENCE STORES
311. PENNSLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT PROTHONOTARY
312. PENNSLVANIA SUPREME COURT PROTHONOTARY
313. MARC ZUCKERBERG AND FACEBOOK
314. PA FILE AND SERVE
315. JAMES ELMER MITCHELL and JOHN BRUCE JESSEN, CIA TORTURE
PSYCHOLOGISTS

AUGUST 18, 2017

__________/S/_____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
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

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Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

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 right to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member
of the media. Unfortunately due to the hacking of our electronic and digital footprints, we no longer have
access to our email contact list to make deletions. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City
Continue to Cover-Up my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control and the OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE from the COINTELPRO PROGRAM)?

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 Pennsylvania Summary 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. 17-10615; Case No. 16-10157

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OFFICE
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EXHIBITS
1. THE CIA - CASE FILE - CASE NO. 215-CV-286-JLQ
CIA TORTURE CASE v. CIA PSYCHOLOGISTS FOR THE
EASTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON August 18, 2017
2. THE POLICE - 3. PRESIDENT TRUMP, THE POLICE
STATE, and STAN CATERBONE v. Lancaster City Police
- Case No. 08-08942 in U.S. District Court Published
on April 25, 2017
3. Millersville University Grad Program Documents for
Litigation September 16, 2009 IMPORTANT UPDATED
JULY 22, 2017
4. 4. THE JAMES COMEY FILE - James Comey Sued for
Allegedly Covering Up Massive Surveillance Scandal -
June 15, 2017
5. THE PSYCHIATRISTS - THE COMPLETE 862
PAGE MENTAL HEALTH RECORD OF STAN J.
CATERBONE TO DATE APRIL 4, 2017
6. Audio Appointment with Psychiatrist Al Shulz in January of 1998 in his Office in York, Pennsylvania
7. Appointment with Dr. Brian Sullivan of Abbeyville Family Medicine-LGH re Pain Management of March 2010
8. VOICEMAIL MESSAGE FROM PA CAPITOL POLICWOMAN PARKS RE PA ATTY GEN NO TRESPASS JULY 12, 2017

9. RECORDING OF MESSAGE TO MANHEIM TWP POLICE DEPT OFFICER MELFORD RE WGAL NO TRESPASS 6/2017

10. CNN U.S. EMABASSY MICROWAVE ATTACK VIDEO AUGUST 10, 2017

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U.S. OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (202) 254-3640 / (800) 572-2249
Form OSC-12 OMB Control No. 3255-0002
Exp. Date: 2/28/14

INFORMATION ABOUT FILING A WHISTLEBLOWER DISCLOSURE


WITH THE
OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

IMPORTANT

Before filling out this Office of Special Counsel (OSC) Disclosure of Information form, please read the
following sections about limitations on OSCs jurisdiction over whistleblower disclosures. Only the most
frequently occurring impediments to OSC jurisdiction are described. OSC may not have jurisdiction over you or
your disclosure for other reasons not discussed below.

COMPLETED DISCLOSURE FORMS CAN BE SENT TO OSC BY MAIL, AT: DISCLOSURE UNIT,
OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL, 1730 M STREET, N.W. (SUITE 218), WASHINGTON, DC 20036-
4505. OR BY FAX: 202-254-3711

PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF DISCLOSURE MATERIALS PROVIDED TO OSC. REPRODUCTION


CHARGES UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT MAY APPLY TO REQUESTS
PROCESSED BY OSC FOR COPYING OF COPIES OF MATERIALS IN OSC FILES.

a violation of law, rule or regulation;


gross mismanagement;
gross waste of funds;
abuse of authority, or
substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.

OSC does not have authority to investigate the disclosures that it receives. The law provides that OSC will (a)
refer protected disclosures that establish a substantial likelihood of wrongdoing to the appropriate agency head,
and (b) require the agency head to conduct an investigation, and submit a written report on the findings of the
investigation to the Special Counsel.

If OSC finds no substantial likelihood that the information discloses one or more of the categories of wrongdoing,
the Special Counsel must: (a) inform the whistleblower of the reasons why the disclosure may not be acted on
further; and (b) direct the whistleblower to other offices available for receiving disclosures.

26&-85,6',&7,21

The Disclosure Unit has jurisdiction over federal employees, former federal employees, and applicants for federal
employment. It is important to note that a disclosure must be related to an event that occurred in connection with
the performance of an employee's duties and responsibilities. The Disclosure Unit has no jurisdiction over
disclosures filed by:
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VISIT HTTP://WWW.OSC.GOV FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT


OSC JURISDICTION AND DISCLOSURE PROCEDURES

INFORMATION ABOUT FILING A WHISTLEBLOWER DISCLOSURE


WITH THE OSC (cont'd)

MATTERS INVESTIGATED BY AN OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

It is the general policy of OSC not to transmit allegations of wrongdoing to the head of the agency involved if the
agency's Office of Inspector General has fully investigated, or is currently investigating, the same allegations.

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ANDMEDIA
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U.S. OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (202) 254-3640 / (800) 572-2249

DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

(Please print legibly or type and complete all pertinent items. Enter "N/A" (Not Applicable)or
"Unknown" where appropriate.)

PART 1: BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1. Name of person seeking OSC action ("Complainant"): Mr. ( ) Ms. ( ) Mrs. ( ) Miss ( )
STAN J. CATERBONE

2. Status:
Current Federal Employee ( ) Applicant for Federal Employment
Former Federal Employee ( ) Other (please specify): VICTIM, WHISTLEBLOWER, PRO SE

3. Contact Information:

Home or mailing address: 1250 FREMONT STREET


LANCASTER, PA
Telephone number(s): ( 717 ) 327-1566 (Home)
( ) (Office) Ext.
( ) (Cell)
Fax number: ( )
E-mail address: stancaterbone@gmail.com

4. Current position, title, series, and grade:


PRO SE LITIGANT

5. Agency Name:
6. Agency Address:

7. How did you first become aware that you could file a disclosure with OSC?
OSC Brochure ( ) OSC Poster ( ) OSC Speaker ( ) OSC Web Site ( )
Agency Personnel Office ( ) Union ( ) Co-worker ( ) News Story ( )
Other (please describe): NURSERY RHYMES
Date (approximate):

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8. If you are filing this complaint as a legal or other representative of the person making a disclosure, please
supply the following information:
Name / title of filer: Mr. ( ) Ms. ( ) Mrs. ( ) Miss ( )

9. Contact Information:
Home or mailing address:

Telephone number(s): ( ) (Home)


( ) (Office) Ext.
Fax number: ( )
E-mail address:

PART 2: DETAILS OF YOUR DISCLOSURE

1. I know about the information I am disclosing here based on (check all that apply):
I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved ( )
Other employees have told me about events or records involved ( )
Other source(s) ( )
(please explain): SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF
JUSTICE CASE August 18, 2017

2. Please identify the U.S. government department or agency involved in your disclosure:

WHO ISN'T?
3. Please identify the organizational unit of the department or agency involved:
SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CASE August 18, 2017

4. Address of the organizational unit:

5. Please identify the type of agency wrongdoing that you are alleging (check all that apply). If you check
"violation of law, rule, or regulation," please provide, if you can, the particular law, rule or regulation violated
(by name, subject, and/or citation).
Violation of law, rule, or regulation ( ) (please specify):
18 U.S.C. 1503 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
Gross mismanagement ( ) Gross waste of funds ( ) Abuse of authority ( )
Substantial and specific danger to public health ( )
Substantial and specific danger to public safety ( )
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6. Please describe the agency wrongdoing that you are disclosing, indicating how the agency's actions fit within
the type(s) of wrongdoing that you checked in item 5. (Be as specific as possible about dates, locations and
the identities and positions of all persons named. Also, please attach any documents that might support your
disclosure. Continue on a separate sheet of paper if you need more space.)

SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CASE August 18,
2017

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PART 3: OTHER ACTIONS YOU ARE TAKING ON YOUR DISCLOSURE

1. I have previously disclosed (or am disclosing) the violations alleged here to (complete all that apply):
( ) Inspector General of department / agency involved Date: / /
( ) Other office of department / agency involved Date: / /
(please specify):

( ) Department of Justice Date: / /


( ) Other Executive Branch / department / agency Date: / /
(please specify):

( ) General Accounting Office (GAO) Date: / /


( ) Congress or congressional committee Date: / /
(please specify member or committee):

( ) Press / media (newspaper, television, other) Date: / /


(please specify):

2. If you disclosed the information reported here through any other channel described in question 1, above, what
is the current status of the matter?
SEE ATTACHED - THE STAN J. CATERBONE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CASE
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PART 4: CONSENT, CERTIFICATION, AND SIGNATURE

Do you consent to the disclosure of your name to others outside the Office of Special Counsel if it becomes
necessary in taking further action on this matter?

I consent to disclosure of my name:

___________________________________________ August 18, 2017


_______________________
Signature Date

I do not consent to disclosure of my name:

___________________________________________ _______________________
Signature Date

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I certify that all of the statements made in this complaint (including any continuation pages) are true, complete, and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that a false statement or concealment of a material
fact is a criminal offense punishable by a fine of up to $10,000, imprisonment for up to five years, or both. 18
U.S.C. 1001.

__________________________________________________ August 18, 2017


___________________________
Signature Date

PART 5: PRIVACY ACT / PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT STATEMENTS

Routine Uses. Limited disclosure of information from OSC files is needed to fulfill OSCs investigative,
prosecutorial and related responsibilities. OSC has described 18 routine uses for information in its files in the
Federal Register (F.R.), at 66 F.R. 36611 (July 12, 2001), and 66 F.R. 51095 (October 5, 2001). A copy of the
routine uses is available from OSC on request. A summary of the routine uses appears below.

OSC may disclose information from its files in the following circumstances:

1. to disclose that an allegation of prohibited personnel practices or other prohibited activity has been filed;
2. to disclose information needed by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for inquiries involving
civil service laws, rules or regulations, or to obtain an advisory opinion;
3. to disclose information about allegations or complaints of discrimination to entities concerned
with enforcement of anti-discrimination laws;
4. to the MSPB or the President, when seeking disciplinary action;
5. to the involved agency, MSPB, OPM, or the President when OSC has reason to believe that a prohibited
personnel practice has occurred, exists or is to be taken;
6. to disclose information to Congress in OSC's annual report;
7. to disclose information to third parties (without identifying the complainant unless OSC has the
complainant's consent) as needed to conduct an investigation; obtain an agency investigation and report
on information disclosed to the OSC whistleblower disclosure channel; or to give notice of the status or
outcome of the investigation;
8. to disclose information as needed to obtain information about hiring or retention of an employee; issuance
of a security clearance; conduct of a security or suitability investigation; award of a contract; or issuance
of a license, grant, or other benefit;
9. to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for certain legislative coordination and clearance
purposes;

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10. to provide information from an individual's record to a congressional office acting pursuant to the
individual's request;
11. to furnish information to the National Archives and Records Administration for records management
purposes;
12. to produce summary statistics and work force or other studies;
13. to provide information needed by the Department of Justice for certain litigation purposes;
14. to provide information needed by courts or adjudicative bodies for certain litigation purposes;
15. to disclose information to the MSPB as needed in special studies authorized by law;
16. for coordination with an agency's Office of Inspector General or comparable entity, to facilitate the
coordination and conduct of investigations and review of allegations;
17. to news media or the public in certain circumstances (except when the Special Counsel determines that
disclosure in a particular case would be an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy); and
18. to the Department of Labor and others as needed to implement the Uniformed Services Employment and
Reemployment Rights Act of 1994, and the Veterans' Employment Opportunities Act of 1998.

Purposes, Burdens, and Other Information. An agency may not conduct or sponsor a collection of information, and
persons may not be required to respond to a collection of information, unless it (a) has been approved by OMB,
and (b) displays a currently valid OMB control number. The information in this form is collected pursuant to
OSCs legal responsibility (at 5 U.S.C. 1213) to receive disclosures from current or former federal employees, or
applicants for federal employment, alleging possible wrongdoing by federal agencies. The information will be used
by OSC to determine whether the facts establish that: (a) OSC has jurisdiction over the subject of the disclosure;
(b) there is a substantial likelihood that the facts indicate a violation of law, rule, or regulation; gross
mismanagement; a gross waste of funds; an abuse of authority; or a substantial and specific danger to public health
or safety; and (c) referral for investigation by the agency involved, or other appropriate action is warranted. The
reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to be an average of one hour per response,
including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering the data needed, and
completing and reviewing the form.

Please send any comments about this burden estimate, and suggestions for reducing the burden, to the U.S. Office
of Special Counsel, Legal Counsel and Policy Division, 1730 M Street, N.W. (Suite 201), Washington, DC 20036-
4505. Use of this form to report disclosures of information is not mandatory. As indicated in part 4 of the form,
filers may request that OSC maintain their name in confidence.

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STAN J. CATERBONE
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ADVANCE MEDIA GROUP
AND
SAMUEL P. CATERBONE, JR.
(FATHER)
__________________
REVENUE STREAMS,
CAPITAL INVESTMENTS, REAL
ESTATE,
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STAN Document:
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STAN
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CATERBONE,
STAN Document:
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STAN Document:
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ACTPRO
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STANSHERMAN
J.
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ACTPRO
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STAN
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STAN
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J.
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STAN
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Case:
SHERMAN
STAN
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STAN Document:
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Studio A Studio C

The Most Value &


Best Quality for
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441 West 53rd Street


New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 765-7500
Fax: (212) 765-7450 Studio A - our flagship room and one This is Avatar's other big Neve tracking room - the best kept secret in
Tino@AvatarStudios.net of the best sounding drum rooms in New York. The spacious Studio C features five iso-booths, all with
the world excellent line of sight.

Recorded at Avatar

News Spotlight
Avatar Studios has been nominated for 2 TEC Awards - for both Take a Slideshow Tour of the
"Try Not To Remember" / Sheryl the Outstanding Creative Achievement Record Production/Single studio
Crow (Golden Globe nominee) or Track category for John Mayer's "Waiting On The World to
Change" and the Outstanding Creative Achievement Record
Production /Album category for John Mayer's album, Continuum.
Our Partners
The 23rd Annual TEC Awards Ceremony will take place at the New
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11. Of the 17 nominated works that were recorded or mixed at
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Avatar Studios, three received Grammys. Congratulations to
John Mayer for the track "Waiting on the World to Change" and Visit the Avatar Studios
album Continuum as well as to Donald Fagen for his surround Store and purchase your
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Avatar Entertainment Corporation was founded in May of 1996 and opened its
doors as Avatar Studios in July of 1996. Located in midtown west of New York, the
company operates a 33,000 square foot facility dedicated to providing the highest
possible quality audio recording services to the recording industry.

The building where Avatar Studios is currently housed was a former Consolidated
Edison plant located in what was then the deserted stretch of 53rd Street between
Ninth and 10th Avenues, squarely in Hell's Kitchen.

The building was then turned into the sound stage for the popular television game
show, Let's Make a Deal with Monty Hall, run by LewRon Television. You can still
read the faint company name on the glass above the front door of the building.The
recording studio was designed and built in 1977 as Power Station by Tony
Bongiovi, a respected producer and an acoustical genius. There are four main
studios, which were custom designed with acoustics and usability in mind and
built with the utmost care. Studio A, the largest recording suite, can fit a 60-piece
orchestra. As Power Station, the studio won five TEC Awards from 1985 to 1990 in
the Recording Studio category and a Les Paul Award for Special Lifetime
Achievement in 1991. As Avatar, the studio haswon three TEC Awards in the last
five years in the category of Record Production / Album - for Diana Krall'sThe Look
of Love in 2002, Sheryl Crow's C'mon C'mon in 2003 and Donald Fagen's Morph
the Cat in 2006.

Many artists, producers, and engineers


have passed through the doors of this
studio. This facility served as Madonna's
home when she recorded "Like a
Virgin" and played host to luminaries
including Bruce Springsteen, The
Rolling Stones, Barbara Streisand, the
Ramones, and Mariah Carey. More
recently, artists such asEric Clapton,
Norah Jones, John Mayer, Franz
Ferdinand, Sheryl Crow, Trey
Anastasio, Peter Cincotti, Elvis
Costello, Donald Fagen, Diana Krall and
The Mars Volta recorded their music at
Avatar.

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world. As proof, Sony and Yamaha both
recently took sound samples for their reverb box products as they sampled from
the best acoustic environments of the world. The acoustical and technical aspects
of Avatar are always of primary importance, but equally important is the emphasis
we place on the uniqueness of each individual artist's and producer's needs. One
major change the facility has made is to reach out to as wide a range of artists and
music as possible, from unsigned bands to up-and-coming producers and
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If you look up the word avatar in a dictionary, you'll find several definitions. One
definition talks about incarnation of a deity. Another definition talks about an
embodiment of a concept or philosophy in a person. We would like to interpret it
as an embodiment of the best quality sound that the client is envisioning. In that
pursuit, what the clients wish for, we will do whatever it takes to deliver it. The ball
floating in our logo is the client and the sound the client is looking for. Nothing is
more important to us than to help achieve that sound. To capture this philosophy,
we have come up with our motto:

This motto is our guiding principle in our everyday tasks.

We also strive to do the following:

Casual Professionalism

One of the unique attributes of our studio is the casual and friendly ambiance that
has been a tradition since the early days. We want to maintain this trademarked
atmosphere where clients feel comfortable to do their best creative work. Don't let
the casualness fool you. We will still get things done for you quickly and to your
satisfaction.

Building a Creative Community

Part of the rewards of operating a professional studio is to be able to meet and


work with many extraordinarily talented people in the industry. You can view our
studio as a venue or marketplace for talented people to come together and
produce magic. It is this interaction that inspires, stimulates, and sometimes
painfully coaxes music that is truly memorable. We continue to value and maintain
this tradition of musicians, engineers and producers cross-fertilizing each other's
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Tony Bongiovi
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tony Bongiovi is a record producer and recording Tony Bongiovi


engineer. He helped to remodel an old building in Background information
Manhattan -- once a power plant for Edison, and later Birth name Anthony M. Bongiovi
a television studio -- into the Power Station recording Born Raritan, New Jersey
studio in 1977. Genre(s) Hard Rock, Punk Rock, Metal
Occupation(s) Record producer
Bongiovi was born in the borough of Raritan, New
Jersey located in Central Jersey. He attended Years active 1975 - Present
Bridgewater-Raritan High School West. Label(s) Jive

He has produced records by Gloria Gaynor,Talking Heads, Aerosmith (Classics Live) and Ramones (Rocket to
Russia & Leave Home), Chic and many more. Early in his career, as an engineer, he worked the console for a
number of sessions with Jimi Hendrix, as well as some of Hendrix's posthumous releases under producer Alan
Douglas.

He is the second cousin of Jon Bon Jovi, and helped Jon in his early career by giving him a job at the Power
Station and by allegedly financing and producing early demo recordings and paying for singing lessons. An
album, John Bongiovi: The Power Station Years was released in 1999, featuring Tony Bongiovi's early
recordings of Jon, before he changed the spelling of his name. The cousin's had differing opinions on who should
receive what and after Bon Jovi, the group broke out, an out of court settlement was reached.

Bongiovi's most recent Production is 'As above so below' the debut Cd of the hard rock band NoEnd, released
in South America by Sony/BMG and the band called Deep Side on Jive records.

List of Albums Produced


[1]

1975: Never Can Say Goodbye (Gloria Gaynor album)-Gloria Gaynor


1975: Crash Landing (album)-Jimi Hendrix
1975: Midnight Lightning-Jimi Hendrix
1975: Are You Ready For Freddy?-Fat Boys
1975: Experience Gloria Gaynor-Gloria Gaynor
1976: I've Got You-Gloria Gaynor
1977: Leave Home-The Ramones
1977: Rocket To Russia-The Ramones
1977: Talking Heads '77-Talking Heads
1977: Star Wars-Meco
????: Christmas In The Stars-Meco
????: Close Encounters Theme-Meco
1978: Ace Frehley (album)-Ace Frehley

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????: 1978-80: 1978-1980 Six Singles-Al Downing (musician)


????: I'll Be Loving You-Al Downing (musician)
????: Darlene-Al Downing (musician)
????: Love On The Line-Lydia Murdock
????: Superstar-Lydia Murdock
1980: The Empire Strikes Back-Meco
1981: Balance-Balance (band)
1982: Big Al Downing-Al Downing (musician)
1982: Rock in a Hard Place-Aerosmith
1982: In For The Count-Balance
1983: Bark at the Moon-Ozzy Osbourne
1984: Bon Jovi-Bon Jovi
1984: Rock You Like A Hurricane-The Scorpions
????: As Above So Below-NoEnd

Other Produced
Jodi Bongiovi
Cindy Bullens
Carlene Carter
Rick Derringer
Mike DeVille
Buck Dharma
Carol Douglas
The Electriks
Barry Goudreau
Gus & The New Breed
The Rezillos
Sylvain
Tuff Darts

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Aaron Neville Fall Out Boy Muse
Abbey Lincoln Fefe Dobson My Chemical Romance
Aerosmith Five for Fighting Mya
Akiko Yano Foxy Brown Nada Surf
Al Jarreau Franky Perez Nashville Pussy
Alanis Morissette Franz Ferdinand Natalie Cole
Allen Toussaint Fun Lovin' Criminals Neil Sedaka
Alicia Keys Gangstarr Neil Young
Amerie Gavin DeGraw The New Pornographers
Amos Lee Geoffrey Keezer Nicole C. Mullen
Andreas Scholl George Benson Nine Days
Angelique Kidjo George Michael Norah Jones
Angie Stone George Shearing O.A.R.
Anita Baker Gonzolo Rubacalba Omnisoul
Anthrax Goo Goo Dolls Our Lady Peace
Audra MacDonald Grady Tate Ozzy Osbourne
Backstreet Boys Great Jazz Trio Panic! at the Disco
BeBe Winans Guster Pat McGee
Bebel Gilberto Hank Jones Patty Scialfa
Bebo Valdez Harry Connick, Jr. Paula Cole
Benny Green Hawthorne Heights Peabo Bryson
Bill Charlap Herbie Hancock Peter Cincotti
Billy Joel I'm a Robot Phantom Planet
Bjork Ian Shaw Philippe Saisse
Black Crowes Iggy Pop Phish
Blondie James Carter Pink
Bo Bice Jane Monheit P.O.D.
Bobby McFerrin Jennifer Lopez Polyphonic Spree
Boz Scaggs Jimmy Eat World Porcupine Tree
Brad Mehldau Jimmy Vaughn Puffy Combs
Brandy Joe Chambers Puffy with Busta Rhymes
Breaking Benjamin Joe Henderson Queen Latifah
Breaking Point Joe Lovano Rachel Yamagata
Britney Spears Joe Sample Raul Midon
Butterfly Boucher John Abercrombie Razorlight
Cam'ron John Mayer Renee Fleming
Capone-N-Noreaga John Patitucci Rihanna
Cassandra Wilson John Pizzarelli Rob Thomas
Celine Dion John Scofield Robben Ford
Chantal Kreviazuk John Secada Roberta Flack
Charlie Haden JoJo Rocket from the Crypt
Cheap Trick Jon Bon Jovi The Roots
Cheb Mami Joshua Redman Ron Carter
Chris Botti Joss Stone Run DMC
Chris Potter Journey Russell Watson
Christian McBride Judy Collins Ryan Adams
Claudia Acuna Kanye West Ryan Cabrera
Clay Aiken Kenny Garrett Satellite Party
Cold War Kids Kurt Rosenwinkel Savion Glover
Common The Last Five Years Sean Paul
Counting Crows Lil' Bow Wow Seether
The Cringe Lil' Kim Sheryl Crow
Cyndi Lauper Limp Biscuit Shirley Horn
Cyrus Chestnut Livingston Taylor Sleepy Hollow
D'Angelo LL Cool J Sol-Jah
Da Brat Lonestar Sonny Rollins
Danilo Perez Lonnie Plaxico Soul Coughing
Darius Rucker Los Lonely Boys Soul Decision
Dashboard Confessional Lou Reed Soundtrack of Our Lives
Dave Brubeck Luciana Souza Spice Girls
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The Dead '60s Marc Johnson Stone Temple Pilots
Debbie Harry Maria Schneider Story of the Year
Diana Krall Mariah Carey Submersed
Diana Ross Marian McPartland Sum 41
Dixie Chicks Maroon 5 Tanya Blount
Doctor Gabs Mark Scholtez Taylor Eigsti
Don Friedman The Mars Volta Terence Blanchard
Donald Fagen Mary Fahl Thalia
Dolly Parton Mary J. Blige They Might Be Giants
Dr. John Matisyahu Thornly
Dream Theater McCoy Tyner Timbaland
Earth, Wind & Fire Meat Loaf Tony Bennett
East Village Opera Company Medeski, Martin & Wood Trey Anastasio
Eddie Palmieri Me'Shell NdegeOcello U2
Edie Brickell Michael Feinstein Vanessa Williams
Eliane Elias Michael Jackson Vitamin C
Elvis Costello Michel Camilo Walter Becker
Eric Alexander Michel Sardaby Wayne Shorter
Eric Clapton Michelle Branch Will Boulware
Erykah Badu Mike Stern Willie Nelson
Eve 6 Mingus Big Band Wynton Marsalis
The Exit Missy Elliot Yellowcard
Faith Evans Missy Higgins Yolanda Adams
Faithless Moby Yo-Yo Ma
Monty Alexander 3 Days Grace
Morley 3LW
98 Degrees

TV / Movies / Broadway Shows

2002 Olympics Fantastic Four Over the Top


American Psycho Finding Nemo The Pajama Game
Any Given Sunday The Glass Menagerie Passion of the Christ
The Apostle The Good Shepherd The Red Violin
The Apprentice Grey Gardens Runaway Bride
Armageddon Home of the Brave Saturday Night Live
Avenue Q How Stella Got Her Groove Back Sicko
The Baker The Incredibles Slavery and the Making of America
Betty Rules Knights of Prosperity The Sopranos
Broadway: The Movie Legally Blonde II Spelling Bee
Cabaret Little Women Spider-Man 2
Chicago Married Life Sweeney Todd
Christmas with the Kranks The Mask of Zorro Thoroughly Modern Millie
De-Lovely Masked & Anonymous Zanna, Don't
Enterprise Monsters, Inc.
Music and Lyrics

Engineers

Malcolm Addey James Farber Axel Niehaus


Larry Alexander Joe Ferla Paul Northfield
Jim Anderson Humberto Gatica Dave O'Donnell
David Baker Carl Glanville Michael OReilly
Michael Bishop Helik Hadar Malcolm Pollack
Niko Bolas Roy Hendrickson Warren Riker
Jamie Candeloro Jim Janik Steve Rinkoff
Vince Caro Kevin Killen Elliot Scheiner
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Jimmy Douglass James Nichols

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Michael Beinhorn Tommy Krasker Matt Serletic
Bob Belden John Leckie Jim Steinman
Jeff Bova Steve Lillywhite Kazunori Sugiyama
Jimmy Bralower Tommy LiPuma Lee Townsend
Eric Calvi John Lurie Ric Wake
Puffy Combs Mike Mainieri Don Was
Manfred Eicher Arif Mardin Gregg Wattenberg
Anton Feir Ben Mink James Williams
David Foster Jack Joseph Puig Stefan Winter
Carl Griffin Phil Ramone
Steve Jordan Nile Rodgers

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Apple Computer Geffen Records Pixar


Arista Records HBO RCA Records
Atlantic Records Interscope Records SEGA
BBD&O Island Def/Jam Sire Records
Blue Note Records Justin Time Records Sony BMG
Capitol Records Koch Entertainment Stripped Music
Clear Channel Mack Avenue Sunnyside Communications
Entertainment MCA Records Telarc International
Columbia Records McHale Barone Universal Music
Concord Jazz Mercury Records Verve Records
Def Jam Recordings MTV Networks Virgin Records
Disney Nonesuch Records Warner Bros. Records
Domino Records NFL Windup Records
ECM Records NHL Production World Wrestling Entertainment
Electronic Arts Ogilvy & Mather XM Satellite Radio
Or Music Young & Rubicam

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Bruce Springsteen The River


David Bowie Scary Monsters
Rolling Stones Tattoo You
Roxy Music Avalon
Bob Dylan Infidels
David Bowie Let's Dance
Madonna Like A Virgin
Bruce Springsteen Born in the USA
Dire Straits Brothers in Arms
Peter Gabriel So
Bobby McFerrin Simple Pleasures
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Joshua Redman Wish
Dave Matthews Under the Table and Dreaming
Diana Krall When I Look in Your Eyes
Sting Brand New Day
Bjork Vespertine
Diana Krall The Look of Love
Foxy Brown Broken Silence
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Franz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much Bettter
Donald Fagen Morph the Cat
John Mayer Continuum

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maintenance and equipment."
- Arif Mardin (Grammy Winning Producer: Norah Jones)

"AVATAR feels like home to me. It's the only place I'll work in New York."
- Al Schmitt (Grammy Winning Engineer: Diana Krall, Natalie Cole)

"Studio A is the best-sounding room with the best-sounding console I've ever heard."
- Steve Rinkoff (Grammy Winning Producer: Celine Dion)

"Everything about AVATAR is good... It's a real rock & roll recording studio."
- Trina Shoemaker (Grammy Winning Engineer: Sheryl Crow)

"The first and only choice for recording in New York City."

- Jack Joseph Puig (Grammy Winning Producer: John Mayer)

"I like to record at this place called Avatar, which gives you fairly good separation but great visibility
and you can hear everything really well."
- Michael Brecker (Grammy Winning Artist)

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By Paul Verna

Mix, Aug 1, 2002

With 25 years under its belt, the New York-based complex now known as Avatar Recording Studios is one
of the city's legendary music haunts. It has hosted a parade of superstars that includes Bruce Springsteen,
Diana Ross, Talking Heads, David Bowie, Nile Rodgers, The Ramones, Eric Clapton and Foxy Brown.
Unlike other studios that pride themselves on their history, vibe and vintage equipment, Avatar places as high
a premium on its future-mindedness as on its heritage, emphasizing such high-tech areas as ISDN
connectivity, Pro Tools HD and Direct Stream Digital. Nowhere else in New York do past, present and
future collide the way they do at Avatar.

It is a mark of the studio's greatness that it has survived bankruptcy filing, an auction, a name change (from
Power Station) and shifts in ownership.

Asked what makes Avatar special, president/owner Kirk Imamura says, First of all, it's the rooms. They
sound great, even after all these years. I have to credit [Power Station founder] Tony Bongiovi for the unique
design. It still stands today. Beyond the sound, it's the look and feel of the wood. The way Studio A's
tracking room is domed, it gives you a warm feeling when you walk in. Drums sound great in there. The
studio musicians who come in can't stop raving about the room, and their talents really jump out in it.

Imamura also attributes the studio's success to its commitment to nurturing the engineering staff. We treat
our assistant engineers very well here, he says. They have a pretty good employment arrangement with us
where they get a guaranteed number of hours of work. Because of that, people are loyal here. Scott Young,
our chief engineer, still believes in training and passing down his knowledge. Studio manager Tino Passante
has been with the studio since the Power Station era. Chief technical engineer Ken Bailey and Young date
back to the early Avatar days before Imamura took over in early 2001.

Another factor in the studio's success, according to Imamura, is its casual, but professional attitude. We
don't try to impress, he says. The rooms speak for themselves, so we don't feel we need to intimidate
people when they come in.

Judging by the number of clients who are making return trips, Imamura's approach is paying off. Forceful
Enterprises the production company owned and operated by the famed Full Force production crew
recently leased space on the second floor of the Avatar building for its new headquarters. This move brings
Full Force full circle to the studio where the crew got their start.

We actually started out in this building more than 20 years ago when it was Power Station, says Full Force
leader Bowlegged Lou. It's nice to be back. It's wonderful to have these great-sounding rooms right next

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Similarly, engineer/mixer Roy Hendrickson is returning to Avatar as an engineer/mixer-in-residence.


Hendrickson was a Power Station staffer from 1985 to 1992, when he left to pursue a freelance career and
has since worked in other world-class studios. He credits the Avatar rooms as acoustically and
ergonomically outstanding: The building feels like home to me. It is a great place for inspiration and creative
support. It was like that during Power Station days, and it is still like that today as Avatar.

Full Force and Hendrickson are the newest members of an elite group of engineer/musicians. Others include
Jeff Bova, Jan Folkson and Jim Janik. I think of this creative community as a marketplace where people are
comfortable doing what they do, says Imamura. As people get more and more familiar with other people
who do the same thing, something great is bound to come out of the situation.

This tradition of musicians, engineers and producers cross-fertilizing each other's projects is a throwback to
the early days when legends like Bob Dylan would meet young upstarts, like Full Force, and end up
collaborating on sessions. Imamura wanted to build a similar culture at the new Avatar, and he's already
seen evidence that his efforts are bearing fruit. For instance, when producer Gregg Wattenberg was at the
studio recently working on material by Chantal Kreviazuk, he got Michelle Branch, who was working in
another session, to sing with Kreviazuk on a track.

If Avatar is a hotbed of creative activity in New York, then it is also a nexus of state-of-the-art recording
and processing. Recently, Avatar installed a Pro Tools HD system, keeping pace with the latest generation of
the popular digital audio workstation. Avatar is also a pioneer among independent recording studios in
offering Direct Stream Digital recording, the process that underlies the Sony/Philips Super-Audio CD
format.

Imamura explains: There's a producer here, Yasohachi 88 Itoh, who was one of the first clients for Power
Station. He's affiliated with Sony's Japanese studios, and he wanted to produce albums here that could be a
showcase for SACD. Since I'm a Sony veteran myself, having worked for the company for 17 years, I hit it
off with him and we decided to do this. Besides Itoh's projects for Sony, several jazz albums have been cut
at Avatar on one of two DSD systems: the 2-track silver box and the 8-track Sonoma recorder/editor.
Clients have included Hank Jones and Elvin Jones (Studio A), Max Roach and Clark Terry (Studio C), and
various Telarc projects. The end result sounds great, says Imamura of DSD. It's just another way for us to
gear up for the future.

Alongside its commitment to digital technology, Avatar has decided to stay with analog mixing consoles in its
four main rooms. Studio A houses a vintage Neve 8068 and the tracking space for which Avatar is most
renowned a room that Sony and Yamaha have sampled for their high-end reverb boxes. Studio B's
control room is equipped with a 72-input Solid State Logic SSL 9000 J analog console with a 5.1
monitoring matrix, Total Recall and Ultimation. It adjoins a 2030-foot tracking room with a ceiling height of
15 feet at its highest point.

Studio C is based around a 72-input Neve VRP with a 2440-foot studio with 24-foot ceilings and flexible
architecture, which allows the space to be divided into three large iso booths. The recently rebuilt Studio D
with its glossy black walls departs from the natural wood tone in the rest of the facility. It now houses
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The consoles reflect the preferences of Avatar's clients, who appreciate digital technology in the form of
hard disk recorders, editors and processors, but prefer the sound and feel of large-format analog consoles.
Listening to clients and staff might seem like an obvious tactic for a studio owner, but Imamura says that he is
surprised at how often equipment decisions are made without looking at the wishes of the people who use the
gear.

As attentive as Imamura is to his high-end clients, he is equally supportive of the underground community. If
we have unbooked studio time, he says, we invite unsigned artists and give them a reduced rate so that
they can put together demos. We want to encourage people who want to get into the industry. Why shouldn't
they have a good-sounding demo?

To nurture the local music community was one of the founding principles at Power Station, which opened in
1977 as a venue for seminal New York acts such as The Ramones and the Talking Heads, as well as a
wealth of rock, pop, jazz and advertising clients. Bongiovi ran Power Station until 1996, when he declared
bankruptcy and was forced to auction off the studio. The buyer was a group of entrepreneurs, led by
Voikunthanath Kanamori, who renamed the facility Avatar but otherwise kept it largely intact. Imamura took
the helm in early 2001.

Today, a re-energized Avatar thrives, surviving even the terrorist attacks of September 11, which dealt a
serious blow to the New York industry. It took a toll on the studio's bookings, but business has picked up,
according to Imamura. After September 11, a lot of projects were put on hold until early spring, he
explains. That's when a lot of projects got the go-ahead from the record labels, and we're starting to feel
the effects of that. Normally, summertime is slow in the studio business, but this year is atypical. It looks like
summer's going to be busy for us.

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Studio A
NEW! Take a 360 look at the world famous Live room.

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Considered one of the greatest recording rooms in the world, the legendary
Studio A is based around a custom Neve 8088 - the last 8088 ever built by Neve.
The room is a large, ambient, three-way modular tracking room with two smaller
isolation booths to the side. The room can accommodate up to 65 musicians. The
live room is approximately 48 feet wide by 52 feet long, with a ceiling height of 35
feet at its highest point (2,496 square feet). The studio includes a large private
lounge and producer's desk with cable TV, VCR/DVD player, a microwave, and
fresh coffee. Printable layout of Studio A.

Useful fill-in form to organize your mic input list for your session:
Session Input List

** Rental Items
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Console
Custom Neve 8088- 40 Input, 16-Bus

Piano
Yamaha C7 7'4" Grand Piano
Steinway B 7' Grand Piano **

Multitrack Recorders
Digidesign Pro Tools HD3 Accel (32 in / 40 out)
(call for plug-ins & configuration)
Studer A-800 MARK III 24 track Analog
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Studer A80 1/2" Analog 2/4 Track++
Studer A820 1/2" Analog 2 Track++
Studer B-67 1/4" Analog 2 Ttrack++
w/DOLBY SR**, DOLBY A**
Panasonic SV 3800 DAT
Tascam DA45-HR 24bit DAT++
Denon 600F CD Player
Tascam DV-RA1000/CD/DVD/DSD

Synchronizer System
(2) Timeline Lynx II

Outboard Gear
(8) Pultec EQP-1A3 Equalizers
(2) Pultec MEQ-5 Equalizers
Neve 33609 Stereo Compressor
SSL FX G384 Stereo Compressor
(3) UREI LA-3A Compressors
(2) Drawmer DS201 Dual Gate
UREI Digital Metronome
Lexicon PCM-70 v.3.01/2.0
(2) Lexicon PCM-42 Digital Delay
Roland SDE 3000A Digital Delay
Yamaha REV-5 Digital Reverb
Lexicon 480 L
(7) EMT 140 Plates++
(2) Live Chambers++

Monitoring
Altec 'Big Red' Studio Monitors
Yamaha NS10M
Yamaha NS10MS
Genelec 1031AP**
Genelec 1092A Subwoofer**
Dynaudio Acoustics BSM15++
KRK 7000++
ProAc 100 Studio++
E/V Sentry 100A ++
Auratone 5C
Tannoy System 1200++
Lipinski L707++

Cue System
Nemesis 8-Channel

ISDN Lines in Control Room, DSL Lines in Control Room and Lounge, Wireless
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Studio B
Studio B is based around a Solid State Logic 9000J 72 input console . The live
room is approximately 20 feet wide by 30 feet long, with a ceiling height of 15 feet
at its highest point (618 square feet). The room can be divided into two spacious,
isolated sections with one additional smaller isolation booth. Printable layout of
Studio B.

Useful fill-in form to organize your mic input list for your session:
Session Input List

** Rental Items
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Console
Solid State Logic 9000J Series - 72 Input with Ultimation

Piano
Yamaha C7 7'4" Grand Piano

Multitrack Recorders
Digidesign Pro Tools HD3 Accel (24 in / 48 out)
(call for plug-ins & configuration)
Studer A-800 MARK III 24 track Analog
w/ DOLBY A or SR **
w/ 16 track headstack**
Sony 3348 48 Track Digital++

2 & 4 Track Players and Recorders


Studer A80 1/2" Analog 2/4 Track++
Studer A820 1/2" Analog 2 Track++
Studer B-67 1/4" Analog 2 Track++
w/DOLBY SR**, DOLBY A**
(2) Panasonic SV 3800 DAT

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Tascam DA-45HR 24bit DAT++


Denon 600F CD Player
Tascam DV-RA1000/CD/DVD/DSD

Synchronizer System
(2) Timeline Lynx II
Motionworker v.3

Outboard Gear
(8) SHEP/ Neve 31102 Mic-Pre / 3 Band EQ
(8) Pultec EQP-1A3 Equalizers
(2) Pultec MEQ-5 Equalizers
Neve 33609 Stereo Compressor
(3) UREI LA-3A Compressor
(2) Drawmer DS201 Dual Gate
UREI Digital Metronome
Lexicon PCM-70 v.3.0
(2) Lexicon PCM-42 Digital Delay
Roland SDE 3000A Digital Delay
TC Electronic 2290 Digital Delay
Eventide H3000 Harmonizer
Yamaha REV-5 Digital Reverb
Lexicon 480 L
(7) EMT 140 Plates++
(2) Live Chambers++

Monitoring
UREI 813 C
Yamaha NS10M
Yamaha NS10MS
Genelec 1031AP++
Genelec 1092A Subwoofer**
Dynaudio Acoustics BSM15++
KRK 7000++
ProAc 100 Studio++
E/V Sentry 100A ++
Auratone 5C
Tannoy System 1200++
Lipinski L707++

ISDN Lines in Control Room, DSL Lines in Control Room and Lounge, Wireless
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Studio C
Studio C is based around a Neve VRP 72 input console. The live room is
approximately 24 feet wide by 40 feet long, with a ceiling height of 24 feet at its
highest point (980 square feet). The room can be divided into three spacious
isolated sections including a room styled after Motown Studios. There are also
three additional smaller isolation booths. All iso booths have great line of sight
between them. Printable layout of Studio C.

Useful fill-in form to organize your mic input list for your session:
Session Input List

** Rental Items
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Console
Neve VRP- 72 Input w/ Recall & Flying Faders v.3 Automation

Piano
Yamaha C7 7'4" Grand Piano
Steinway B 7' Grand Piano **

Multitrack Recorders
Digidesign Pro Tools HD3 Accel (24 in / 48 out)
(call for plug-ins & configuration)
Studer A-800 MARK III 24 track Analog
w/ DOLBY A or SR **
w/ 16 track headstack**
Sony 3348 48 Track Digital++

2 & 4 Track Players and Recorders


Studer A80 1/2" Analog 2/4 Track++

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Studer B-67 1/4" Analog 2 Ttrack++
w/DOLBY SR**, DOLBY A**
Panasonic SV 3800 DAT
Panasonic SV 3700 DAT
Tascam DA-45HR 24bit DAT++
Denon 600F CD Player
Tascam DV-RA1000/CD/DVD/DSD

Synchronizer System
(2) Timeline Lynx II
Motionworker v.3

Outboard Gear
(8) SHEP/ Neve 31102 Mic-Pre / 3 Band EQ
(10) Pultec EQP-1A3 Equalizers
(2) Pultec MEQ-5 Equalizers
SSL FX G384 Stereo Compressor
Neve 33609 Stereo Compressor
(3) UREI LA-3A Compressor
(2) Drawmer DS201 Dual Gate
UREI Digital Metronome
Lexicon PCM-70 v.3.0
(2) Lexicon PCM-42 Digital Delay
Roland SDE 3000A Digital Delay
TC Electronic 2290 Digital Delay
Eventide H3000 Harmonizer
Yamaha REV-5 Digital Reverb
Lexicon 480 L
(7) EMT 140 Plates++
(2) Live Chambers++

Monitoring
Altec 'Big Red' Studio Monitors
Yamaha NS10M
Yamaha NS10MS
Genelec 1031AP++
Genelec 1092A Subwoofer**
Dynaudio Acoustics BSM15++
KRK 7000++
ProAc 100 Studio++
E/V Sentry 100A ++
Auratone 5C
Tannoy System 1200++
Lipinski L707++

Cue System
Nemesis 8-Channel

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Studio G
Studio G is based around a Solid State Logic 4000G+ Special Edition, 56-input
console. The control room is approximately 400 square feet with a 10-foot ceiling.
The live room is 323 Square feet with a ceiling height of 12 feet at its highest point.
Printable layout of Studio G .

Useful fill-in form to organize your mic input list for your session:
Session Input List

** Rental Items
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Console
Solid State Logic 4000G+ Special Edition 56-Input w/ Total Recall and Ultimation,
and E-series EQ's

Multitrack Recorders
Digidesign Pro Tools HD3 Accel (24 in / 48 out)
(call for plug-ins & configuration)
Studer A-800 MARK III 24 track Analog
w/ DOLBY A or SR **
w/ 16 track headstack**
Sony 3348 48 Track Digital++

2 & 4 Track Players and Recorders


Studer A80 1/2" Analog 2/4 Track++
Studer A820 1/2" Analog 2 Track++
Studer B-67 1/4" Analog 2 Ttrack++
w/DOLBY SR**, DOLBY A**
Panasonic SV 3700 DAT
Panasonic SV 3800 DAT
Tascam DA-45HR 24bit DAT++
Marantz 67SE CD Player

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Tascam DV-RA1000/CD/DVD/DSD

Synchronizer System
(2) Timeline Lynx II
Alan Smart 2Tools

Outboard Gear
(4) SHEP/ Neve 31102 Mic-Pre / 3Band EQ
(8) Pultec EQP-1A3 Equalizers
Pultec MEQ-5 Equalizer
SSL FX G384 Stereo Compressor
Neve 33609 Stereo Compressor
UREI 1176N Compressor
(3) UREI LA-3A Compressor
(2) Drawmer DS201 Dual Gate
UREI Digital Metronome
Lexicon PCM-70 v.3.0
(2) Lexicon PCM-42 Digital Delay
Roland SDE 3000A Digital Delay
TC Electronic 2290 Digital Delay
Eventide H3000 Harmonizer
Lexicon 480 L
(7) EMT 140 Plates++
(2) Live Chambers++

Monitoring
Westlake Audio BBSM15
Yamaha NS10M
Yamaha NS10MS
Genelec 1031AP++
Genelec 1092A Subwoofer**
Dynaudio Acoustics BSM15++
KRK 7000++
ProAc 100 Studio++
E/V Sentry 100A ++
Auratone 5C
Tannoy System 1200++
Lipinski L707++

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Studio E - Pro Tools Suite

The room is equipped with aPro Tools HD Accel System for pre-production,
mixing and editing at an affordable rate. The room also features a 37-inch
HD-Ready Sharp Aquos flat panel LCD television and a Lipinski L-707 speaker
system.

** Rental Items
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Control Surface
24 channel Mackie MCU Pro + Direct control of DAW recording, editing and mixing
functions

Multitrack Recorders
Digidesign Pro Tools HD2 Accel (24 in / 24 out)
(call for plug-ins & configuration)
Studer A-800 MARK III 24 track Analog++
w/ DOLBY A or SR **

2 & 4 Track Players and Recorders


Studer A80 1/2" Analog 2 Track++
Studer A820 1/2" Analog 2/4 Track++
w/DOLBY SR**, DOLBY A**
Panasonic SV 3800 DAT
Panasonic SV 3700 DAT
HHB CDR-850 Plus CD Recorder
Tascam 122 MKII

Outboard Gear
Focusrite ISA430 Producer Pack
Yamaha REV-5 Digital Reverb
Lexicon PCM-70 v.3.01/2.0
(2) UREI LA-3A Compressors
Roland SDE 3000 Digital Delay
(++Extensive array of floating outboard gear is also available)

Monitoring

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(others available on request)++

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Studio R - Penthouse Mix Suite with Roy Hendrickson

The room's centerpiece is a Yamaha DM 2000 digital console.

His other equipment includes:

Urei LA3A
Pultec Equalizers
Neve 1073 channel modules
Eventide SP2016
Ampex ATR-102
Lipinski L-707 monitors

The room is also tied into analog reverb units, EMT 140ST, located in the basement.

Roy marries vintage gear, some of which he purchased from Power Station, with
digital audio gear such as his Pro Tools HD System.

Located on the 4th floor, the room has a large sliding door that provides a rare view
of the Manhattan skyline and access to the rooftop, a setting conducive to
relaxed creativity.

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The staff members here have worked hard to protect and carry on the tradition of
technical creativity and excellence. A combination of experienced staff and room
design make up this unique, comfortable, and creative sanctuary many artists and
producers seek when they come to Avatar Studios. This special environment has
attracted and continues to attract the cream of the crop in the recording industry in
the fields of rock, pop, and jazz.

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Directions & Accommodations


For a local map or specific driving directions from where you are, find us using
Google. For nearby parking, check out these resources. For
accommodations, check out these hotels.

From Upstate

New York State Fwy South. Take the Palisades Pkwy South exit, exit Number 13S,
toward New Jersey. Merge onto Palisades I-pkwy. Take the Hudson Ter. Exit. Take
unnamed road towards GW bridge. Stay straight to go Onto I-95 n. Take the Rt-9A /
US-9/H Hudson Pkwy/178 St exit. Henry Hudson Pkwy becomes Joe Dimaggio
Hwy. Stay straight to go onto W 56th St. Turn right onto 9th Ave. Turn right onto w
53rd St. Follow just Past Montel Williams show on right You will see Avatar studios
at 441 West 53rd street.

From New Jersey and Newark Airport

Take the New Jersey turnpike, Rt 19 or rt. 3 to the Lincoln Tunnel into Manhattan
follow signs for uptown. Go to the 2nd traffic light Make left on 42nd street. Proceed
1 block to 10th Ave. Make right and proceed To 54th street. Make a right and take to
9th Ave. Make right to 53rd St. Follow just past Montel Williams show on right You
will see Avatar studios at 441 West 53rd street.

From Connecticut

Take the I-95 south toward George Washington bridge / Whitestone bridge. Take
the rt-9a/parkway exit toward 181 St. Merge onto Henry Hudson pkwy. Henry
Hudson pkwy becomes Joe Dimaggio Hwy. Stay straight to go onto w 56th St. Turn
right onto 9th Ave. Turn right onto w 53rd St. Follow just past Montel Williams
show. On the right you will see Avatar studios at 441 West 53rd street.

Nearby Parking
For a list of nearby parking lots with rates and times of operations, check out this
PDF file. (Rates may have changed. You should call the lot beforehand.)

Hotel Accommodations
For a list of nearby hotels, take a look at this map.

Here are a few hotels that are near the studio:

Holiday Inn Midtown - 440 West 57 Street (212-581-8100)


Hampton Inn - 851 Eighth Avenue (212-581-4100)
WJ Hotel - 318 West 51 Street (212-246-7550)
Skyline Hotel - 725 Tenth Avenue at 49 Street (212-586-3400)
Belvedere Hotel - 319 West 48 Street (212-245-7000)

Here are hotels 2-3 subway stations north in the Upper West Side:

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Riverside Tower Hotel - 80 Riverside Drive at 80 Street (212-877-5200)


Belleclaire Hotel - 250 West 77 Street (212-362-7700)
Belnord Hotel - 209 West 87 Street (800-346-8357)

For the best deals, check out hotels.com.

If you need further assistance, e-mail us at clientservices@avatarstudios.net

Avatar Entertainment Corp.


441 West 53rd Street
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Staff
Our attentive and capable staff members will make sure you have a smooth,
productive and memorable studio experience.

Management
Tino Passante is our Studio Manager who will make sure your every need is
taken care of. We are constantly trying to improve our studio operations. We'd
like to hear from you regarding your experience here. Please send your
comments / feedback to clientservices@AvatarStudios.net.

Engineering
Under the capable direction of our Chief Engineer, Roy Hendrickson, a highly
capable team of assistant engineers all intimately familiar with our equipment
will help you run your sessions smoothly.

Assistant Engineers

Anthony Ruotolo Anthony's Discography

Brian Montgomery Brian's Discography

Justin Gerrish

Colin Suzuki-Smith

Rick Kwan

Maintenance
We have a full-time staff of highly skilled technicians with diverse
backgrounds. We have not skimped on maintenance, as you will find out in
your sessions, and will make sure every equipment is running flawlessly.

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Avatar Masterpiece Theater


Here are some videos shot at our studio for your viewing enjoyment.

Sheryl Crow in Studio B


Concert to End Slavery
recording "Try Not To
(partially filmed in Studio A)
Remember"

Dream Theater Knights of Prosperity Music Video


Chant Session with Fans Filmed in Studio C

Hall of Fame Photo Gallery


We like to decorate our walls with photos of our clients instead of over 400 Gold
and Platinum albums that were recorded in our rooms. Here are some photos of
artists who have come in over the past year.

BB King Herbie Hancock Dream Theater

Debbie Harry Boz Scaggs Dave Brubeck

Robben Ford Jane Monheit Nicole C. Mullen

Sonny Rollins &


Walter Becker Franz Ferdinand
Donald Fagen

Dolly Parton & Hiromi Uehara & Talking Heads Dual Disc
Norah Jones Akiko Yano Box Set Release

Power Station
Mark Scholtez Danny Glover
Reunion

Slavery & Making of


Dave Brubeck Norah Jones
America

Alicia Keys Terence Blanchard John Mayer

Tibetan
Aaron Neville Jane Monheit
Monks

Usher with Full


Sum 41 Eve 6
Force

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Elvin Jones Hank Jones Porcupine Tree

Elvis Costello Michael Brecker Yo-Yo Ma

Anthrax Kenny Garrett Wayne Shorter

Stage Alan Kalter John Scofield

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Our Creative Community

One of our operating philosophies at Avatar Studios is to host a community of


engineers, producers, songwriters and musicians where new ideas can be
generated from the interaction, exchanges and cross-fertilzation that occurs within
the building. In a busy studio like ours, you never know who is recording next doors
and who you are going to run into in the hallways. In the past, those chance
meetings have influenced or affected future sessions / projects in a totally
unexpected way.

(Pictured above is Donald Fagen, who after finding out that Sonny Rollins was
recording in the buiding, had to meet Sonny because he is one of his biggest
fans.)

To promote this type of environment, we have made rooms available for talented
people who are looking for a home next to the best sounding studio rooms in New
York. We share in the fate of the industry, and we share in its opportunities,
sometimes even creating them together.

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Articles About Us
* For Jazz related articles

Avatar Studios Gets Eclectic


(ProSound News Online: 7/20/07)

Photo Coverage: LoveMusik CD Recording


(Broadwayworld.com: 7/16/07)

May 2007 Sessions at Avatar Studios


(Mix Online: 7/14/07)

The Stones, New Pornographers At Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 5/17/07)

Recent Sessions at Avatar Studios


(Mix Online: 4/18/07)

Nicole C. Mullen Releases "Sharecropper's Seed"


(BREATHEcast.com: 4/2/07)

Session File: Phish - Kevorkian Mastering and Phish's Colorado '88 Live Album
(EQ Magazine: April 2007)

NYC-based Band Makes Two Weekend Stops in Area - The Cringe article
(Herald-Dispatch.com: 3/29/07)

An Evening with Rich Costey - Recording of Muse's Black Holes & Revelations
(EQ Magazine: March 2007)

Dream Theater Join Roadrunner


(IGN Music: 2/8/07)

Word Up At Avatar
(ProSound News Online: 1/2/07)

Recent Sessions at Avatar Studios in New York City


(Mix Online: 12/27/06)

Red Steel Meets Tom Salta


(ign.com: 12/15/06)

September Sessions at Avatar Studios


(Mix Online: 11/17/06)

Avatar Reports Strong Summer Bookings


(ProSound News Online: 9/26/06)

Recent Sessions in Avatar Studios


(Mix Online: 8/17/06)

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Aguilera Shoots, Connick Jr. Records, Costey Mixes at Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 8/16/06)

Avatar Studios Purchases Weiss Engineering ADC2 Converter


(Mix Online: 8/4/06)

Avatar Gets Rollins, Muse, Brand New


(ProSound News Online: 7/19/06)

Infiniti's New "Stereo on Wheels" - Bose demo done in Avatar Studios' Studio A
(Stereophile: 7/16/06)

New York Metro - About Lawrence Manchester & Hayden Planetarium


(Mix Online: 7/1/06)

Muse
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Broadway Stars Align for Dream True Recording, in Stores May 31


(Playbill: 5/31/06)

Avatar Studios are Weiss Converts


(ProSound News Online: 5/24/06)

From Fascination to Fame


(The Age Online: 5/11/06)

They Might Be Giants and Tribeca Film Sessions at Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 4/20/06)

PS Classics to Release Gordon Landau's Dream True, 5/23


(BroadwayWorld.com: 4/17/06)

Analog Back in High Demand at Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 3/20/06)

Thwak! Moves to Avatar Studios


(ProSound News Online: 1/27/06)

Sweeney Todd Goes on the Record, Photo Op


(Broadway.com: 11/14/05)

Mazzie & Danieley's "Opposite You" CD in Stores Nov. 8


(Playbill: 11/8/05)

Jane Monheit Celebrates 'The Season'


(liveDaily: 10/20/05)

Or Music New at Avatar, Open During Tech Tour


(ProSound News Online: 9/30/05)

Mazzie & Danieley's CD "Opposite You" To Boast Arlen, Sondheim, Berlin, Styne,
Ahrens, Flaherty
(Playbill: 9/12/05)

Liz Phair, Elvis Costello, and Christmas in Avatar's Studio A


(ProSound News Online: 8/18/05)

Franz Ferdinand Related:


The Invincible Band
(Sunday Herald: 9/11/05)
Franz Ferdinand "Do You Want To"

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Do You Want Franz?
(antimusic.com: 8/30/05)
Who's For Seconds?
(Scotsman.com: 8/28/05)
Franz Ferdinand Give Us Something to Shout About
(Top40-Charts.com: 8/1/05)
Franz Ferdinand Has it So Much Better
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Franz Ferdinand's New Album
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Kanye West Inspires Franz Ferdinand'sNext LP, But 'White Crunk?' Not Quite
(MTV News: 6/30/05)
Franz Ferdinand Reveal All About Their Second Album
(NME.com: 6/29/05)
New Franz Ferdinand Track Appears Online
(XFM Online: 6/8/05)

Dolly and Norah Collaborate at Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 6/17/05)

Kevorkian Mastering Opens at NYC's Avatar Studios


(ProSound News Online: 5/23/05)

Mix Magazine: New York Metro


(Mix Online: May 2005)

Never Ending Bee: Musical is Preserved with Cast Recording


(Playbill News: 4/10/05)

Avatar's Imamura Rejects Indictment of Large Multi-Room Studios


(ProSound News Online: 2/23/05)

O.A.R., John Scofield, My Chemical Romance Record at Avatar


(ProSound News Online: 1/14/05)

Avatar Opens Studio G


(ProSound News Online: 11/15/04)

Avatar Opens Studio G


(Mix Online: 11/4/04)

New York Metro


(Mix Online: 11/1/04)

Avatar Books Brickell, Ozzy, The Mars Volta


(ProSound News Online: 9/20/04)

Avatar Welcomes New Staff, Gear, Projects


(Mix Online: 8/4/04)

De-Lovely: The Cole Porter Story


(Mix Online: July 2004)

How Did They Get the Car in There?


(Mix Online: July 2004)

Diana Krall - Same Girl, Different Room


(Soundgenerator.com: 4/14/04)

Avatar Records Audio for Online, TV, Record Release


(ProSound News Online: 3/22/04)

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Avatar Hosts Dave Brubeck


(MixLine: 3/18/04)

The Anti-Diva
(New York Times: 1/25/04)

Session Update from Avatar


(MixLine: 1/20/04)

Session Spotlight - Norah Jones at Avatar


(MixLine: 1/2/04)

Avatar Appoints New Chief Engineer


(ProSound News Online: 11/18/03)

New York Metro


(Mix Online: October 2003)

Avatar Studios Gearing Up for 96kHz Digital Surround Mix Suite


(Music Industry News Network: 9/5/03)

John Mayer Leaves Wonderland, Gets Heavy on New Record


(VH1 News: 7/10/03)

Porcupine Tree
(Mix Online: 4/1/03)

Avatar Studios Celebrates 21 Grammy Nominated Recordings


(Music Industry News Network: 2/7/03)

Top New York Studio Avatar Wins Prestigious TEC Award For Outstanding
Creative Achievement
(Music Industry News Network: 12/2/02)

Music Industry Veteran Harvey Rosen Joins Avatar Studios


(Music Industry News Network: 8/21/02)

Avatar Blends the Past and Future


(Mix Online: August 2002)

Avatar Studio A Live Room on Cover of Mix Magazine


(Mix Magazine: August 2002)

Major Recordings done at Avatar / Power Station in Last 25 Years


(Mix Online: 25th Anniversary Issue 2002)

Avatar contributes to Elvis Costello's When I Was Cruel Release


(Mix Online: May 2002)

Avatar Feature in New York Metro by Paul Verna


(Mix Online: January 2002)

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25 Years Recording
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1977 FLEETWOOD MAC: RUMOURS (WARNER BROS.)

One of the great American pop albums of the '70s, Rumours kicked Fleetwood Mac's career into the
stratosphere, yielding a slew of hits, including Go Your Own Way, Don't Stop, Dreams and You
Make Loving Fun, as well as FM staples such as The Chain and Second Hand News all strong
tunes. Still a sonic marvel, 25 years later.

Producers: Fleetwood Mac, Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut. Engineers: Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut. Studios:
The Record Plant (Sausalito, L.A.), Wally Heider (L.A.), Criteria (Miami), Davlen (No. Hollywood),
Producer's Workshop (Hollywood). Mastering: Ken Perry/Capitol.

TALKING HEADS: 77 (SIRE)

It wasn't clear what New York's Talking Heads were up to with this bold and artful debut. Coming out of
the CBGB's scene in New York, they were famous for David Byrne's jittery onstage personality, but once
the album came out, for their unusual songs, too. Psycho Killer is the one tune everyone knows from this
record, but there are plenty of cool oddities to go around, including No Compassion and New Feeling.
Byrne and the Heads were widely imitated for their entire career.

Producers: Talking Heads, Tony Bongiovi, Lance Quinn. Engineer: Ed Stasium. Studio: Sundragon Studios
(NYC), Media-Sound (NYC). Mastering: Joe Gastwirt.

THE RAMONES: THE RAMONES LEAVE HOME (SIRE)

The Ramones' stunning 1976 debut album turned out to be one of the most influential records of the mid-'70s
the album that launched a thousand bands. This follow-up was similar, with the foursome banging their
way through 14 punk anthems in quick succession, barely coming up for air to shout 1-2-3-4! It's easy to
forget how melodic The Ramones were until you hear songs such as Sheena Is a Punk Rocker and their
dynamite cover of California Sun.

Producers: Tony Bongiovi, T. Erdelyi. Engineer: Ed Stasium. Studios: Sundragon (NYC), Le Studio
(Quebec), Track Recorders (D.C.). Mastering: Ray Janos/Media Sound.

DAVID BOWIE: LOW (RCA)

The first of Bowie's moody late-'70s art-rock trilogy, this is light years from the Bowie of Ziggy Stardust
and even Diamond Dogs. Lots of fascinating instrumental interludes, courtesy of Brian Eno, and no real
hits to speak of, though Breaking Glass at least got airplay. Still, a mesmerizing slice of Eurorock that

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has aged beautifully.

Producers: David Bowie and Tony Visconti. Engineer: Tony Visconti. Studios: Chateau d'Herouville
(France), Hanza By the Wall (Berlin).

STEELY DAN: AJA (ABC)

After years of being a cult band, Steely Dan breaks into the commercial mainstream with a jazz-inflected
pop album that becomes an FM favorite and source of Classic Rock radio favorites for years to come. The
top-drawer list of musicians includes Larry Carlton, Steve Gadd, Chuck Rainey, Joe Sample, Jim Keltner,
Wayne Shorter and many more. The title song, Black Cow and Deacon Blues are still ubiquitous.

Producer: Gary Katz. Engineers: Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner, Bill Schnee, Al Schmitt. Studios: The
Village (L.A.), Producer's Workshop (Hollywood), Warner Bros. (North Hollywood), Sound Labs
(Hollywood), A&R (NYC). Mastering: Bernie Grundman.

KRAFTWERK: TRANS-EUROPE EXPRESS (CAPITOL)

Early techno/trance music from the groundbreaking German electronic band. These guys never sold millions
of records, but their impact on music, particularly in Europe, was significant. Europe Endless is endlessly
hypnotic.

Producers: Ralf Hutter and Florian Schneider. Engineers: Peter Bollig, Thomas Kuckuck, Bill Halverson.
Studios: Klingklang (Dusseldorf, Ger.), Russl (Hamburg, Ger.), Typografie Ink (Dusseldorf), Record Plant
(Hollywood).

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS: EXODUS (ISLAND)

This is arguably the commercial apex of reggae star Bob Marley's career, following on the heels of the
international smash Rastaman Vibration, and generating three big hits on its own: the title song, Jammin'
and Waiting in Vain, as well as a pair of tunes that would become famous the world over Three Little
Birds and One Love/People Get Ready. Few managed to mix the political and the personal as skillfully as
Marley; it's no wonder he's still popular today, years after his death.

Producers: Bob Marley & The Wailers. Engineers: Chris Blackwell, Karl Pitterson. No studios listed.

1978 PATTI SMITH GROUP: EASTER (ARISTA)

Smith's most commercial effort (Because the Night was her biggest hit), Easter is no less poetic and
inspiring than her less accessible albums. Rock 'n' Roll Nigger is a ferocious number; Til Victory is a
stirring call to arms; and the incantory Ghost Dance displays her mysterioso spiritual side.

Producer: Jimmy Iovine. Engineers: Thom Panunzio, Charlie Conrad, Shelly Yakus. Studios: Record Plant
(NYC), House of Music (West Orange, NJ). Mastering: Greg Calbi/Sterling Sound.

PAT METHENY GROUP (ECM)

Intricate, beautifully constructed, highly melodic jazz instrumentals with dashes of folk and rock by one

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of the great quartets to come down the pike: guitarist Metheny, keyboardist Lyle Mays, bassist Mark Egan
and drummer Dan Gottlieb. A very popular album filled with spirit and invention. The Wave radio format
was practically invented to accommodate this kind of music.

Producer: Manfred Eicher. Engineer: Jan Erik Kongshaug. Studio: Talent (Oslo, Norway).

VAN HALEN (WARNER BROS.)

Another hugely influential album, this debut record by the L.A.-based Van Halen helped usher in a new era
of hard rock/heavy metal. Eddie Van Halen was a new kind of guitar hero really, the first to emerge in a
number of years and lead screamer David Lee Roth was the perfect brash frontman. They had actual hits
Running With the Devil and The Kinks' You Really Got Me but like most metal bands, attracted
most of their fans through hard-rocking concerts. Don't blame Van Halen for all the bad bands that copied
them; they were for real.

Producer: Ted Templeman. Engineer: Don Landee. Studio: Sunset Sound (L.A.). Mastering: Warner Bros.
(No. Hollywood).

BLONDIE: PARALLEL LINES (CHRYSALIS)

For sheer wacky energy and drive, it's hard to top Blondie's eponymous 1976 debut album, but this record
best represents the ahem mature Blondie sound, mixing punk energy and dancefloor grooves.
Hanging on the Telephone and Heart of Glass show both sides of the band at their best. Other delights
include such acknowledged classics as One Way or Another and Fade Away and Radiate. An
underrated band at an undeniable peak.

Producer: Mike Chapman. Engineer: Peter Coleman. Studios: Record Plant (NYC), Forum (Covington,
KY). Mastering: Steve Hall/MCA.

THE CARS (ELEKTRA)

The Cars had a new wave look and some of the edge, but at heart they were just a really good pop band, as
this debut full of hit singles shows. Just What I Needed, My Best Friend's Girl and Good Times Roll
all benefited from the sheen provided by producer Roy Thomas Baker, who'd helmed Queen's exquisite
albums. The album went on to sell more than six million copies and established the group as one of the top
bands of late '70s.

Producer: Roy Thomas Baker. Engineers: Roy Thomas Baker, Geoff Workman. Studio: Air (London).
Mastering: George Marino/Sterling Sound.

ELVIS COSTELLO: THIS YEAR'S MODEL (COLUMBIA)

Each of Elvis' first four albums is worth singling out for its greatness, but this sophomore effort captures the
angry young Elvis at his punky best. As The Attractions rave crisply behind him, Elvis spits out his lyrics with
poison-dart precision. Includes the undisputed new wave classics Radio Radio, Pump It Up, No
Action and Lip Service.

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Producer: Nick Lowe. Engineer: Roger Bechirian. Studio: Eden (London).

NEIL YOUNG: COMES A TIME (WARNER BROS.)

A gentle, mostly acoustic masterpiece with some of Young's most touching songs, including Goin' Back,
the title track, Human Highway and Already One. This is the album that introduced most of us to the
talented harmony singer Nicolette Larson. Like Young's best music, it has a timeless quality to it.

Producers: Neil Young, Ben Keith, Tim Mulligan, David Briggs. Engineers: Mulligan, Michael Laskow,
David McKinley, Danny Hilly, Mike Porter, Denny Purcell, Rich Adler, Ernie Winfrey, Gabby Garcia, Paul
Kaminsky. Studios: Triad (Ft. Lauderdale), Columbia (London), Wally Heider (L.A.), Woodland
(Nashville), Sound Shop (Nashville), Broken Arrow (Redwood City, CA). Mastering: Phil Brown, Stu
Romain/Columbia.

1979 PINK FLOYD: THE WALL (COLUMBIA)

Awesome, ambitious double-disc culmination of the Roger Waters-led Floyd, it's a concept album about
alienation, detachment and how the world beats us all down until we're quivering wrecks. Or maybe Waters
is just projecting! Includes such Classic Rock radio staples as Hey You, Another Brick in the Wall and
the David Gilmour showcase Comfortably Numb. One of the best-selling albums of all time.

Producers: Bob Ezrin, Roger Waters, David Gilmour. Engineer: James Guthrie. Additional engineering by
Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart. Studios: Superbear (France),
Miravel (France), Producer's Workshop (L.A.), CBS (NYC). Mastering: Doug Sax/Mastering Lab.

RY COODER: BOP TILL YOU DROP (WARNER BROS.)

In the mid-'70s, guitarist/singer Ry Cooder began to develop an original sound that mixed male gospel
backup singers with R&B from the first half of the 20th century. This album, among the first recorded entirely
to a digital multitrack, is the apex of that bright, soulful style. It mixes songs about romance with socially
conscious numbers to wonderful effect, and the playing is smooth as a silk suit throughout. This sound would
turn up on many later albums by the likes of Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt and others.

Producer: Ry Cooder, Engineer: Lee Herschberg. Studio: Warner Bros. (No. Hollywood).

THE CLASH: LONDON CALLING (EPIC)

The Clash were, many said, the only band that matters. At the vanguard of the British punk/new wave
assault, they were loud, brash and blatantly political, and they had a sound that was unmistakable full of
fury and urgency, yet still tuneful. London Calling is their capo lavoro, a glorious collection of 19 songs that
span many different styles punk, ska, rockabilly, hard rock, et al but always sound like The Clash.
Train in Vain had mainstream success, but more typical are songs such as Clampdown, Guns of
Brixton London Calling, and Rudie Can't Fail.

Producer: Guy Stevens. Engineer: Bill Price. Studio: Wessex (UK).

RICKIE LEE JONES (WARNER BROS.)

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Talk about an auspicious debut! Rickie Lee Jones burst on the scene a fully formed talent, like some hipster
love child of Tom Waits and Joni Mitchell. A classic first album, with memorable tracks such as Chuck E.'s
in Love, Coolsville and Easy Money.

Producers: Lenny Waronker and Russ Titleman. Engineers: Lee Herschberg, Lloyd Clift, Roger Nichols,
Tom Knox. Studio: Warner Bros. (Burbank). Mastering: Lee Herschberg/Warner Bros.

GRAHAM PARKER: SQUEEZING OUT SPARKS (ARISTA)

You can't go wrong with any of Parker's '70s albums, but this one is so overflowing with passion, it's no
surprise it became his biggest seller. His backup band, The Rumour, never sounded better or more polished,
and the mix of songs sizzling, R&B-inflected rockers and searing ballads is perfect. One of the great
works of the new wave.

Producer: Jack Nitzsche. Engineer: Mark Howlett. Studios: Lansdowne (London), Cherokee (L.A.).
Mastering: Mark Howlett, Jeff Sanders/Crystal.

WEATHER REPORT: 8:30 (COLUMBIA)

Exciting live album by the best of this jazz-rock fusion band's many lineups: Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, the
incomparable Jaco Pastorius and Peter Erskine, with guest percussionist Erich Zawinul. Contains Birdland,
A Remark You Made and Teen Town from their landmark Heavy Weather album, plus Black
Market, In a Silent Way, and more.

Producers: Joe Zawinul, Jaco Pastorius. No recording info available.

THE SUGARHILL GANG: THE SUGARHILL GANG (SUGARHILL)

This album is significant because The Sugarhill Gang's Rapper's Delight brought rap and hip-hop out of the
New York underground and into the mainstream; it was many people's first exposure to this kind of music. It
shamelessly used the break from Chic's hit Good Times, and that move, too, would prove to be influential
samples became an accepted part of the hip-hop vocabulary. Not all of the album is rap-oriented, but
Rapper's Delight is the one tune most people remember from the debut of this short-lived aggregation.

Producer: Sylvia Robinson. Engineers: Sylvia Robinson, Nate Edmonds. No recording info available.

1980 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: THE RIVER (COLUMBIA)

The Boss follows up his late-'70s masterworks Born to Run and Darkness on the Edge of Town with a
sprawling double LP loaded with rambunctious rockers and emotional ballads. The hit Hungry Heart is
probably the worst of the album's 20 songs. The real meat is in tunes such as Independence Day, Out in
the Street, Point Blank, The River, and any number of raucous rockabilly-tinged tunes.

Producers: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Steve Van Zandt. Engineers: Neil Dorfsman, Chuck Plotkin,
Toby Scott. Studios: Power Station (New York), Clover (L.A.). Mastering: Ken Perry/Capitol.

GEORGE JONES: I AM WHAT I AM (EPIC)

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Jones has had a number of different periods of greatness. This album is from his middle period, and it
stands with his best it's full of heartbreak and longing and deep country angst. Has there ever been a
sadder song than He Stopped Loving Her Today?

Producer: Billy Sherrill. Engineers: Ron Snake Reynolds, Lou Bradley. Studio: CBS (Nashville).
Mastering: CBS/Nashville.

STEVIE WONDER: HOTTER THAN JULY (TAMLA)

Wonder's first conventional album since his brilliant and ambitiousSongs in the Key of Life in 1976 (in
between he made the odd, mostly instrumental Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants), Hotter Than
July contains a number of standout tunes, including the simmering funk-reggae tune Master Blaster
(Jammin'), a joyous ode to Martin Luther King called Happy Birthday, and the usual complement of
songs about love, troubled and otherwise. Not quite up to his '70s classics, but still loaded with soul.

Producer: Stevie Wonder. Engineer: Gary Olazabal. Studios: Wonderland (L.A., with the Record Plant
remote truck), IAM Studios (Irvine, CA), Crystal Sound (Hollywood). Mastering: Arnie Acosta, Larry
Emerine, Stephen Marcussen/Precision Lacquer.

PRETENDERS (SIRE)

Chrissie Hynde came from Ohio but emerged out of England at the height of the new wave with this tough,
exciting album. Brass in Pocket and a fine version of Stop Your Sobbing (originally by The Kinks, who
influenced The Pretenders) were both mainstream hits, but it's a deep album filled with great songs:
Remember Tattooed Love Boys? An auspicious debut.

Producers: Chris Thomas, Nick Lowe (one song). Engineers: Bill Price, Steve Nye, Mike Stavrou. Studios:
Wessex, AIR (London).

AC/DC: BACK IN BLACK (ATLANTIC)

These hard-rock bad boys had already been going strong in their native Austalia for half a dozen years
before they had their first big American success, Highway to Hell. Shortly after that, lead singer Bon Scott
died; then they came back with this 10-million-selling disc. And they're still selling records today.

Producer: Robert John Mutt Lange. Engineers: Tony Platt, Brad Samuelson. Studio: Compass Point
(Bahamas).

PETE TOWNSHEND: EMPTY GLASS (MCA)

While not technically the Who leader's first solo album (that would be the skeletalWho Came First in
1970), it was the first solo project that he really labored over, and the result is better than anything The Who
made since Quadrophenia. Great, revealing songs including the punky Rough Boys, the sensitive I Am
an Animal, and one of his true masterpieces, Let My Love Open the Door. Chris Thomas' varied
production keeps everything lively and unpredictable.

Producer: Chris Thomas. Engineers: Bill Price, Steve Nye. Studios: Eel Pie, AIR, Wessex (all in UK).

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Mastering: Sterling Sound.

X: LOS ANGELES (SLASH)

In the late '70s and early '80s, Los Angeles had a punk and new wave scene nearly as vibrant as New
York's, with the band X leading the charge. Their smashing debut is a gripping portrait of the L.A. scene's
seamy underside. The rough harmonies of John Doe and Exene Cervenka sound like the Jefferson Airplane
on speed, while guitarist Billy Zoom brings a mangled rockabilly sensibility to the group's sonic assault. Ray
Manzarek of The Doors produced and played keyboards appropriate for this group, whose street poetry
wasn't that far removed from Jim Morrison's ravings a decade before.

Producer: Ray Manzarek. Engineers: Rick Perrotta, Norm Graichen. Studio: Golden Sound (Hollywood).

1981 DEVO: FREEDOM OF CHOICE (WARNER BROS.)

Devo was one of the strangest products of the new wave cynical, comical, nerdy, self-proclaimed spud
boys transplanted from Akron, Ohio, to L.A. They were deep into electronic keyboards before it became
fashionable and also one of the first groups to use videos effectively. Though their 1978 debut is not to be
missed, this is their commercial and creative high-water mark; it contains the immortal hit Whip It, as well as
the wry title track, Girl You Want and the ominous Gates of Steel.

Producers: Devo, Bob Margouleff. Engineers: Bob Margouleff, Howard Siegel. Studio: Record Plant (L.A.)
Mastering: Ken Perry/Capitol.

ROLLING STONES: TATTOO YOU (EMD/VIRGIN)

The irresistible Start Me Up and the touching Waiting for a Friend are the bookends of this solid Stones
album, which was patched together from a number of discarded songs by producer/engineer Kimsey.
There's a dreamy quality to many of the songs that is positively beautiful and, of course, plenty of raw
rockers.

Producers: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Chris Kimsey. Engineers: Chris Kimsey, Bob Clearmountain.
Studios: Path Marconi (Paris), Paris warehouse/Rolling Stones Mobile, Power Station (NY).

PHIL COLLINS: FACE VALUE (ATLANTIC)

The former Genesis drummer and latter-day front man for the progressive group goes solo and comes up
with a surprisingly pop, middle-of-the-road effort that sold millions and established a solid solo career. Hugh
Padgham's booming drum sound for Collins was widely imitated for years after this release. The spare,
haunting In the Air Tonight is the most memorable track, but his turn on The Beatles' Tomorrow Never
Knows is also noteworthy.

Producers: Hugh Padgham and Phil Collins. Engineers: Hugh Padgham, Phil Collins. Studios: Old Croft
(UK), Townhouse (London), Village Recorder (L.A.). Mastering: Sterling.

WYNTON MARSALIS (COLUMBIA)

The album that announced that a major new force in jazz had arrived. The trumpeter works out with veterans

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such as Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Art Blakey and Herbie Hancock (who also produced), and with young
lions (as they were sometimes called) Kenny Kirkland, Jeff Tain Watts and others. It's almost as if
fusion never came along at all! This is a classic jazz sound, but still original.

Producer: Herbie Hancock. Engineers: Tomoo Suzuki, Tim Geelan, Nancy Byers. Studios: Sony (Tokyo),
CBS (NYC). Mastering: Joe Gastwirt/CBS.

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS: HARD PROMISES (MCA)

Petty had quite a streak going in the late '70s and early '80s, putting out one great album after another, and
building a huge following by touring constantly. This one doesn't have the epic sweep of the precedingDamn
the Torpedoes, but it rocks hard, it sounds alive and it's still chock-full of strong tunes, including The
Waiting, A Woman in Love, Something Big and King's Road. TP unsuccessfully fought MCA over
the list price of the album remember when $9.98 seemed like a rip-off?

Producers: Jimmy Iovine, Tom Petty. Engineer: Shelly Yakus. Studios: Sound City (Van Nuys, CA),
Cherokee (Hollywood), Goodnight (L.A.). Mastering: Greg Calbi/Sterling Sound.

JOE ELY: MUSTA NOTTA GOTTA LOTTA (MCA)

One of music's greatest live performers, Texan Joe Ely has also made many fine studio albums filled with
tunes drenched in honky-tonk, rockabilly, roadhouse, Tex-Mex and early country flavorings versatility is
his middle name. He's at home doing covers by fellow Texans Buddy Holly, Jimmie Dale Gilmore or Butch
Hancock, as he does here, but also a prodigious writer himself. An American original all the way.

Producer: Joe Ely, Michael Brovsky. Engineers: Chet Himes, Richard Mullen. Studio: Pecan St. (Austin).
Mastering: Bobby Hatta/Amigo.

RICK JAMES: STREET SONGS (MOTOWN)

Though he later became a cartoonish bad boy and even did time in the Big House, at his peak Rick James
was a fabulously talented singer, songwriter, musician and performer. He had a real gift for laying down
deep urban funk, as songs such as the smash Super Freak, Ghetto Life and Give It to Me Baby show.
James was eventually left in the dust by his innovative rival, Prince, but in the very early '80s, James' songs
ruled the dance floor.

Producer: Rick James. Engineer: Tom Flye. Studios: Record Plant (Sausalito), Motown (L.A.).

THE GO-GO'S: BEAUTY & THE BEAT (A&M)

Sure, it sounds like inconsequential fluff today, but 20 years ago The Go-Go's were like a blast of fresh air
on the pop side of the punk/new wave movement from which they sprang; they were five girls who could
really rock. The semi-retro feel of Our Lips Are Sealed and We Got the Beat made them stars, but they
were also capable of edgier material, which college radio favored over their hits.

Producers: Richard Gottehrer and Rob Freeman. Engineers: Rob Freeman, Thom Panunzio, Doug
Schwartz. Studios: Penny Lane (NYC), Record Plant (NYC), Sound Mixers (NYC).

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JOE JACKSON: NIGHT AND DAY (A&M)

The one-time new wave tyro developed into a first-class songwriter in the tradition of Gershwin and others.
Night and Day is a masterful blend of songs about New York, love ballads and topical tunes, by a crack
Latin-influenced band with no guitarist! Steppin' Out shows off Jackson's serious composer's chops, but
other gems include Breaking Us in Two, Real Men and the dramatic, moving Slow Song. One of
many career peaks he's enjoyed.

Producers: David Kershenbaum and Joe Jackson. Engineer: Michael Ewasko. Studio: Blue Rock (NYC).

ROXY MUSIC: AVALON (VIRGIN)

The apex of Brian Ferry's smooth period with Roxy Music, this album sounded so good, it was frequently
used as a demonstration disc in hi-fi stores. The title track and More Than This are the best-known songs,
but the album as a whole has a warm, lovely consistency. By this time, the edge of early Roxy albums had
long since vanished, and Ferry was content to be the smooth operator.

Producers: Rhett Davies, Roxy Music. Engineers: Rhett Davies, Bob Clearmountain. Studios: Compass
Point (Bahamas), Power Station (NYC). Mastering: Bob Ludwig/Masterdisk.

1982 KING SUNNY ADE: JUJU MUSIC (MANGO)

Nigerian guitarist Ade leads a huge band more like a tribal orchestra through some of the most
hypnotic grooves you'll ever hear. Eight percussionists, four guitarists, a steel guitarist who sounds like he's
on another planet, and a whole mess of chanting singers create quite a sound. This album made King Sunny
an international star, long after he was one in Africa, and helped open the door for other African musicians in
America.

Producer: Martin Meissonnier. Engineers: Katrin Lesevre, Godwin Logie. Studios: Otodi (Lome, Togo),
Island (London).

DONALD FAGEN: THE NIGHTFLY (WARNER BROS.)

With Steely Dan in hibernation, group co-leader Fagen comes up with a brilliant album that sounds just
likeSteely Dan! The title track and the hit IGY got the most airplay, but it's all pretty cool, and it sounds
great; this is another album that was often used in hi-fi stores to test stereo systems.

Producer: Gary Katz. Engineers: Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner, David Lazerus. Studios: Soundworks
(NYC), Village (L.A.), Automated Sound (NYC). Mastering: Bob Ludwig/Masterdisk.

MICHAEL JACKSON: THRILLER (COLUMBIA)

What is there to say about an album that sold some 40 million copies worldwide (it was popular
everywhere); that generated a parade of seven Top 10 singles, including Billie Jean, Beat It, The Girl
Is Mine and the title song; and helped launch both MTV and music videos in general? Jackson became the
biggest star in the world because of this album, and it's not clear whether his career has ever truly recovered
talk about peaking early!

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Producers: Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson. Engineer: Bruce Swedien. Additional engineering: Humberto
Gatica, Matt Forger. Studios: Ocean Way (L.A.), Westlake (L.A.). Mastering: Bernie Grundman.

1983 STRAY CATS: BUILT FOR SPEED (EMI AMERICA)

The Stray Cats' deliciously retro sound brought the new wave movement's rockabilly roots into clear focus.
Leader Brian Setzer was the real deal an excellent guitarist, singer and songwriter. He's managed to forge
a remarkably successful career fusing rockabilly and big band sensibilities, and this is the album that really
launched him. It contains the radio hits Rock This Town and Stray Cat Strut.

Producers: Dave Edmunds, Stray Cats, Hein Hoven (one track). Mastering: Wally Traugott/Capitol.

VAN MORRISON: BEAUTIFUL VISION (WARNER BROS.)

Van at his most mystical, dabbling in some arcane theology of his own creation. Like his best work, this has
an other-worldly quality to it. The hit was Cleaning Windows, a peppy burst of R&B nostalgia, quite
unlike the rest of the album.

Producer: Van Morrison. Engineers: Jim Stren, Hugh Murphy. Studio: Record Plant (Sausalito). Mastering:
Kent Duncan/Kendun Recorders.

EURYTHMICS: SWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS) (BMG/RCA)

Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox and musician/studio wizard Dave Stewart wrote simple songs that made the
most of each's talents: her full, character-filled voice and his knack for using electronic keyboards and other
instruments in interesting ways. The result is a soulful techno sound unlike any other group of this era. The title
song became their signature tune, but they followed it with a number of other hits over several years.

Producers: Dave Stewart, A. Williams, R. Crash. Engineer: Dave Stewart. No studio info.

BOB DYLAN: INFIDELS (COLUMBIA)

Leaving his Christian period behind, Dylan returns with a great album of topical tunes and sensitive love
songs backed by a fantastic band that includes co-producer Knopfler, former Stone Mick Taylor and
Jamaican aces Sly and Robbie on drums and bass.

Producers: Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler. Engineers: Neil Dorfsman, Josh Abbey, Ian Taylor. Studio: Power
Station (NYC). Mastering: Ian Taylor and Bill Kipper/Masterdisk.

THE POLICE: SYNCHRONICITY (A&M)

As it turned out, this was the final studio album by The Police they sure went out on an up note; it was
the biggest album of their storied career. It shows the trio of Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers at
the height of their powers, and includes such notable tunes as Every Breath You Take, Tea in the
Sahara, King of Pain and Wrapped Around Your Finger, all classics.

Producers: Hugh Padgham and The Police. Engineer: Hugh Padgham. Studios: Air (Montserrat), Le Studio
(Quebec). Mastering: Dave Collins.

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