Become a US Supreme Court Justice! (Explorations in the Rule of Law in America)

drafted 1 May 2008, published first as a post 9 Nov 2008, published as a page 4 Dec 2015

For almost two decades, Since the summer of 1988 when *Philosophy of Economics* got accepted for publication,  I have found myself in a saga exploring the Rule of Law, the nature of justice and freedom, and the nature of racial animosity and xenophobia in the United States. Judge it here for yourself. Files 1 and 2 marked SCOTUS are the front-matter and Petition for Writ of Mandamus as received by Circuit Justice Sandra Day O’Connor of the Supreme Court of the United States in February 1996. Files 3 to 10 constitute the Appendix of Record giving the rulings of the US District Court for the District of Hawaii and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and also the “after-discovered” evidence of how my attorney had been covertly purchased by my opponent. Evidence of perjured trial testimony is contained in the petition. As of September 2007, I have asked my opponent — the Government of one of the 50 States — to voluntarily admit its wrongdoings to the present Chief Judge of the US District Court as is required by law. Government lawyers should, after all, try to act lawfully.

file1scotuswritofmandamuspetitionfronmatter

file2scotuspetitionforwritofmandamus

file3recordcoverandcontents

file4judgekayon60b6rehimselfb1tob7

file5ninthcircuitbriefingscheduleb8tob9

file6ninthcircuitunlawfulordersb10tob13

file7nnthcircuitdocketb14

file8evidenceofraudoncourtb15tob20

file9districtcourtdocketb21tob331

file10recordendmatterb34tob39

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