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19-50 Harihar v U.S.Bank, N.A. et al


Mohan Harihar <moharihar@gmail.com> Fri, Apr 26, 2019 at 2:44 PM
To: Arthur T Deguglielmo <arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us>
Cc: "Constituent.services@state.ma.us" <constituent.services@state.ma.us>, NewYorkComplaints
Dojoig <dojoig.newyorkcomplaints@usdoj.gov>, andrew.lelling@usdoj.gov, mary.murrane@usdoj.gov,
christina.sterling@usdoj.gov, elizabeth_warren@warren.senate.gov,
Nairoby_Gabriel@warren.senate.gov, Nora_Keefe@warren.senate.gov, scheduling@warren.senate.gov,
sydney_levin-epstein@markey.senate.gov, lori.trahan@mail.house.gov,
ayanna.pressley@mail.house.gov, maura.healey@state.ma.us, jesse.boodoo@state.ma.us, ma-igo-
general-mail@state.ma.us, igo-fightfraud@state.ma.us, "Jeffrey B. Loeb" <JLoeb@richmaylaw.com>,
david fialkow <david.fialkow@klgates.com>

Mr. Deguglielmo,

As follow-up to your email communication from Wednesday, 4/24/19, I can be available to appear
before the Court for the referenced Rule 16 conference on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Re-stating that I
am NOT available on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, as there is a conflict with my work schedule. Also,
please be advised of the following:

1. I am unable to find any rule of procedure which states that parties must be present before the
Court in order to make a determination regarding jurisdiction. Please Clarify;
2. Based on the Plaintiff's interpretation of the law, unless Judge Hogan intends to address and
correct referenced erred judgments of the Commonwealth, AND/OR the Defendants wish to
enter into a mutual agreement discussion, the Middlesex Superior Court does not have
jurisdiction to proceed over this specific Docket for reasons previously stated. Any attempt by
a presiding Judge to proceed without jurisdiction will be interpreted as an act of TREASON
under ARTICLE III;
3. Based on the 8-yr history of this litigation and the systemic judicial abuses evidenced at
every level of the State (and Federal) judiciary (including this Court), there is a clear concern
to appear before any judicial officer who refuses to TIMELY clarify jurisdiction for the record;
and
4. Governor Charlie Baker, Legislative leaders in the Commonwealth and State/Federal
Prosecutors will continue to be copied on all communications for reasons previously stated.

Thank you for your attention to this serious matter.

Respectfully,

Mohan A. Harihar
Plaintiff
7124 Avalon Drive
Acton, MA 01720
617.921.2526 (Mobile)
mo.harihar@gmail.com
On Wed, Apr 24, 2019 at 3:32 PM Arthur T Deguglielmo <arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us>
wrote:
The Court would not make a determination until the parties appear before them.

From: "Mohan Harihar" <moharihar@gmail.com>


To: "Arthur T Deguglielmo" <arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us>
Cc: "Constituent.services@state.ma.us"
<constituent.services@massmail.state.ma.us>, "NewYorkComplaints Dojoig"
<dojoig.newyorkcomplaints@usdoj.gov>, "andrew lelling"
<andrew.lelling@usdoj.gov>, "mary murrane" <mary.murrane@usdoj.gov>,
"christina sterling" <christina.sterling@usdoj.gov>, "elizabeth warren"
<elizabeth_warren@warren.senate.gov>, "Nairoby Gabriel"
<Nairoby_Gabriel@warren.senate.gov>, "Nora Keefe"
<Nora_Keefe@warren.senate.gov>, "sydney levin-epstein" <sydney_levin-
epstein@markey.senate.gov>, "lori trahan" <lori.trahan@mail.house.gov>, "ayanna
pressley" <ayanna.pressley@mail.house.gov>, "maura healey"
<maura.healey@mass.gov>, "jesse boodoo" <jesse.boodoo@mass.gov>, ma-igo-
general-mail@massmail.state.ma.us, igo-fightfraud@massmail.state.ma.us, "Jeffrey
B. Loeb" <JLoeb@richmaylaw.com>, "david fialkow" <david.fialkow@klgates.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 3:16:05 PM
Subject: Re: 19-50 Harihar v U.S.Bank, N.A. et al

Mr. Deguglielmo,

Respectfully, and as a matter of record, the issue of jurisdiction has for more than
three (3) months been before the Court. Opposing counsel has already had the
opportunity to "weigh in" with their opinion and have provided no valid argument that
shows this Court's jurisdiction. The Court also has in its possession the entire MA
Land Court Docket that articulates even further how the Plaintiff arrived at his
evidenced conclusions. There is NOTHING NEW that will be brought to light by
appearing at a Rule 16 Conference. The Court is respectfully reminded that the Rule
16 Conference was requested by the Defendants - Jeffery/Isabelle Perkins and
MERS ONLY. If the conference had not been requested, questions regarding
jurisdiction would still be pending - and the Court - NEVER ONCE mentioned having
to be physically present in order to justify jurisdiction. Furthermore, the Plaintiff is not
aware of any Massachusetts Rule of Civil Procedure that states that a party (or
parties) must be physically present in order for a Court to clarify its jurisdiction.
Please clarify for the record, as I am a pro se litigant and not a legal expert.
For reasons stated in my previous email(s) it becomes necessary to copy: (1)
Governor Charlie Baker (R-MA); (2) Legislative leaders in the Commonwealth; and
(3) State/Federal Prosecutors on all communications. Copies of this email
communication will additionally be made available to the Public and to media
sources nationwide - out of continued concerns for my personal safety and security.
Thank you for your assistance with this very serious matter.

Respectfully,

Mohan A. Harihar
Plaintiff
7124 Avalon Drive
Acton, MA 01720
617.921.2526 (Mobile)
mo.harihar@gmail.com

On Wed, Apr 24, 2019 at 12:21 PM Arthur T Deguglielmo


<arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us> wrote:
First you need to appear before any assigned Superior Court Justice and discuss
those issues, and opposing counsel will have an opportunity at that time to weigh in
on those issues as well.

From: "Mohan Harihar" <moharihar@gmail.com>


To: "Arthur T Deguglielmo" <arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us>
Cc: "Constituent.services@state.ma.us"
<constituent.services@massmail.state.ma.us>, "NewYorkComplaints Dojoig"
<dojoig.newyorkcomplaints@usdoj.gov>, "andrew lelling"
<andrew.lelling@usdoj.gov>, "mary murrane" <mary.murrane@usdoj.gov>,
"christina sterling" <christina.sterling@usdoj.gov>, "elizabeth warren"
<elizabeth_warren@warren.senate.gov>, "Nairoby Gabriel"
<Nairoby_Gabriel@warren.senate.gov>, "Nora Keefe"
<Nora_Keefe@warren.senate.gov>, "sydney levin-epstein" <sydney_levin-
epstein@markey.senate.gov>, "lori trahan" <lori.trahan@mail.house.gov>, "ayanna
pressley" <ayanna.pressley@mail.house.gov>, "maura healey"
<maura.healey@mass.gov>, "jesse boodoo" <jesse.boodoo@mass.gov>, ma-igo-
general-mail@massmail.state.ma.us, igo-fightfraud@massmail.state.ma.us, "Jeffrey
B. Loeb" <JLoeb@richmaylaw.com>, "david fialkow" <david.fialkow@klgates.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 4:28:23 PM
Subject: Re: 19-50 Harihar v U.S.Bank, N.A. et al

Mr. Deguglielmo,

I want to make sure I'm understanding you correctly, as I am a pro se litigant with no
legal experience. It appears (at least on its surface) that Middlesex Superior Court
Judge - Maureen Hogan is REFUSING to clarify her jurisdiction over this case.
It also appears that ALL FOUR (4) of my prior requests for clarification, prior to
proceeding further are being blatantly ignored without cause. Since you are a Clerk
of the Court, I am respectfully asking you now to clarify this for the record. If Judge
Hogan refuses to clarify her jurisdiction over this docket - before proceeding
further, a demand will be filed for her recusal. For reasons stated in my previous
email it becomes necessary to copy: (1) Governor Charlie Baker (R-MA); (2)
Legislative leaders in the Commonwealth; and (3) State/Federal Prosecutors on all
communications. Copies of this email communication will additionally be made
available to the Public and to media sources nationwide - out of continued concerns
for my personal safety and security. Thank you for your assistance with this very
serious matter.

Respectfully,

Mohan A. Harihar
Plaintiff
7124 Avalon Drive
Acton, MA 01720
617.921.2526 (Mobile)
mo.harihar@gmail.com

On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 3:45 PM Arthur T Deguglielmo


<arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us> wrote:
If a Tuesday is a day you suggest this case be held then the next available would be
May 14th at 2:00 p.m.

From: "Mohan Harihar" <moharihar@gmail.com>


To: "Arthur T Deguglielmo" <arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us>
Cc: "Constituent.services@state.ma.us"
<constituent.services@massmail.state.ma.us>, "NewYorkComplaints Dojoig"
<dojoig.newyorkcomplaints@usdoj.gov>, "andrew lelling"
<andrew.lelling@usdoj.gov>, "mary murrane" <mary.murrane@usdoj.gov>,
"christina sterling" <christina.sterling@usdoj.gov>, "elizabeth warren"
<elizabeth_warren@warren.senate.gov>, "Nairoby Gabriel"
<Nairoby_Gabriel@warren.senate.gov>, "Nora Keefe"
<Nora_Keefe@warren.senate.gov>, "sydney levin-epstein" <sydney_levin-
epstein@markey.senate.gov>, "lori trahan" <lori.trahan@mail.house.gov>, "ayanna
pressley" <ayanna.pressley@mail.house.gov>, "maura healey"
<maura.healey@mass.gov>, "jesse boodoo" <jesse.boodoo@mass.gov>, ma-igo-
general-mail@massmail.state.ma.us, igo-fightfraud@massmail.state.ma.us, "Jeffrey
B. Loeb" <JLoeb@richmaylaw.com>, "david fialkow" <david.fialkow@klgates.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 11:24:05 AM
Subject: Re: 19-50 Harihar v U.S.Bank, N.A. et al
Mr. Deduglielmo,

There are two (2) issues with this newly scheduled date for the Rule 16 Conference:

1. I have a conflict with May 1st, as it conflicts with my work schedule. In


general, Tuesday is my day off - and IF jurisdiction for scheduling the
conference is clarified for the record, my first available Tuesday would be
05/07/2019;
2. As stated in my opposition, if Judge Hogan is refusing to clarify
jurisdiction for the record - PRIOR to moving forward, a formal judicial
misconduct complaint will be brought and call for the judge's recusal, as it
will appear to exemplify an identical pattern of corrupt conduct exemplified
throughout the history of this litigation (State & Federal). There is NO
reason to justify why ANY Court needs to wait more than three (3)
months to clarify its jurisdiction for the record. Respectfully, if Judge
Hogan has already provided this explanation in the referenced Notice,
please email for review as there does not appear to be any clarification
mentioned on the Court's website.

Please be advised, as a matter of record, this litigation involves evidenced systemic


failures in the Massachusetts State (and Federal) Judiciary (including evidenced
criminal claims against judicial officers). Therefore, it becomes necessary to copy:
(1) Governor Baker; (2) Legislative leaders in the Commonwealth; and (3)
State/Federal Prosecutors on all communications.Thank you.

Respectfully,

Mohan A. Harihar
Plaintiff
7124 Avalon Drive
Acton, MA 01720
617.921.2526 (Mobile)
mo.harihar@gmail.com

On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 10:36 AM Arthur T Deguglielmo


<arthur.deguglielmo@jud.state.ma.us> wrote:
Counsel and Mr. Harihar,
Judge Hogan has allowed defendants' emergency motion to continue and
reschedule the Rule 16 conference. The new date will now be May 1, 2019 at 2:00
p.m. Notice will go out in today's mail.

--
Arthur DeGuglielmo
Assistant Clerk
Middlesex Superior Court
200 Trade Center
Woburn, MA. 01801
781-939-2757