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Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz: Renewed Stay Application Hand Delivered to SCOTUS, Leo Donofrio NJ Judge Letter on the Docket

Cort Wrotnowski, Plaintiff in Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz, today hand delivered 10 copies his renewed Stay Application to the Supreme Court security booth this morning at 10:30am et (remember that someone at SCOTUS decided to re-route his mailed application because of “suspicions” of anthrax!).

Also, Leo Donofrio, Plaintiff in Donofrio v. Wells, has had his docket updated (see “Supreme Court Info,” to the top-right in the sidebar, for links) to reflect SCOTUS including the letter he sent to all nine Justices which included copies of official Judicial Misconduct allegations against the New Jersey Judge who handled his initial NJ Appellate Division case. Since this letter was not an official pleading, Leo was able to send this directly to the Justices.

The complete blog entry follows…

SCOTUS UPDATES for Dec 2, 2008: CORT WROTNOWSKI HAND DELIVERS EMERGENCY APPLICATION – DONOFRIO LETTER REGARDING NJ JUDGE MISCONDUCT HITS DOCKET
Posted in Uncategorized on December 2, 2008 by naturalborncitizen

SCOTUS UPDATES for December 2, 2008: CORT WROTNOWSKI HAND DELIVERS EMERGENCY APPLICATION – DONOFRIO LETTER REGARDING NJ JUDGE MISCONDUCT HITS DOCKET

Cort Wrotnowski, (SCOTUS Docket No. 08A469) a day after facing the shock of his life when told by a SCOTUS clerk that his renewed application to Justice Scalia would be held back for 7 days due to anthrax screening, hand delivered 10 copies of his renewed application to the Security booth at SCOTUS this morning at 10:30 AM.  Cort was told by the Clerk’s office that the papers would “probably” be in the Clerk’s office by 2:00 PM.   Cort’s application, according to Supreme Court Rule 22.1, should be “transmitted promptly” to the Honorable Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.  Keep your eyes on that Docket to see if they will follow the Rules of Court.

In my case, SCOTUS Docket No. 08A407, Donofrio v. Wells, the docket has been updated to include the letter I sent to all nine Justices which included copies of official Judicial Misconduct allegations against the New Jersey Judge who handled my initial NJ Appellate Division case.  This is important because the letter made clear that should the SCOTUS request an official copy of the case file from the lower court, the file on record there is fraudulent.

It’s significant to note that I sent this letter directly to the nine Justices.  While I did send a copy to the Clerk of the Court, the copies I sent to Justices went directly to them without asking the Clerk to distribute them.  Since this was not an official pleading, I wasn’t required to go through the Clerk’s office.  The letter was sent on November 22, 2008 but has only just hit the Docket today, December 2, 2008.  I didn’t think this letter would become part of the Docket.  I expect members of the press might be able to find out what this means. Nobody in the Clerk’s office will take my calls.

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