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Judge refuses to sign protective order for Mario Apuzzo and family

Mario Apuzzo, his family and several other individuals may now be in danger after a New York judge refused to sign a protective order (PDF, XPS) yesterday in the case of Strunk v. Patterson et al. The motion was filed by Christopher Earl Strunk in Part 47 of the Supreme Court of New York before judge David Schmidt. Strunk requested a protective order for these potential material witnesses and their families:

  • Pastor James David Manning
  • Robert K. Dornan
  • Eric-Jon Phelps
  • Jonathan Levy
  • Orly Taitz
  • John D. Hemenway
  • Mario Apuzzo
  • Robert L. Schulz
  • H. Willian Van Allen
  • John-Joseph Forjone
  • Edward M. Person, Jr.
  • Junlian Panachyd
  • Carl E. Person
  • Jim Faulkner
  • The plaintiff, Christopher Earl Strunk

Strunk also asked the court to order all Federal agents to stay beyond 200 yards from any of those listed and stop harassing his witness, Pastor Manning. Stunk wants the Governor (Patterson) to testify, and there is something about a RICO suit against ACORN. Oh, and he wants the US Postal Service to do the 2010 Census.

I think Strunk deserves frequent flier miles from the New York judiciary.

13 Responses to Judge refuses to sign protective order for Mario Apuzzo and family

  1. Bovril November 25, 2009 at 8:03 am  (Quote) #

    Has the man heard that when attempting to construct a sentence the model is to use punctuation with natural stops? That old fashioned “period” or “full stop” thing ?

    An initial sentence of over 180 words is stretching it just a wee bit…….

  2. CalperniaUSA November 25, 2009 at 8:20 am  (Quote) #

    Would you mind rescanning page four or explain why Strunk requested the subpoenas and for whom? Thanks!

  3. Scientist November 25, 2009 at 8:30 am  (Quote) #

    Actually, I find Strunk must less laughable and offensive than sleazy lawyers like Apuzzo, Donofrio or Berg who are supposed to know better. I left Orly out because I’m not sure her legal knowledge is any better than Strunk.

  4. ImaForener November 25, 2009 at 9:54 am  (Quote) #

    Three words come to mind when I read that list –

    Witless Protection Program

    According to some supporters of Lucas Smith (who is noticeably absent from the above list), Orly has no need to worry, she is already being taken care of:

    “In case you haven’t figured it out…Orly Taitz is an agent of Obama. She works for him. Her sole purpose is to demonstrate how nutty and incompetent the birthers are. ”

    Not quite sure they got Orly’s objectives figured out there, but as for that last part – mission accomplished!

  5. Rickey November 25, 2009 at 12:00 pm  (Quote) #

    Strunk of course is a total wacko who has been something of a professional litigant for the past dozen years or so. A docket search for New York State shows that he has filed more than a dozen lawsuits against New York City, the Board of Elections, the Republican and Democratic state committees, as well as against various individuals. He always files pro se and it appears that none of his lawsuits have been successful.

    On top of that, he has filed multiple lawsuits in Federal Court, including this bizarre one:

    And this is from his website:

    In addition to the three cases in Washington D.C. District, I have an Original Proceeding challenging the District judge for having a conflict of interest with the appearance impropriety in that he is a paid employee of the Jesuits at Georgetown University, and in that Georgetown University controls the U.S. Department of State and its foreign service who are defendants in the FOIA case, such fact is a matter that must go to his recusal along with an investigation of the Clerk’s office who have interfered with due process, before any decision may be made by him in the matter of the Quo Warranto demand in 08-cv-2234 that takes precedence.

    I am interested in cleaning ALL the Progressives out of the Republican Party here in New York along with the need to register all members of the Knights of Malta such as is Pataki, Giuliani and others now seeking public office under the Republican banner. They serve one master, the Vatican, whose objectives are not that of the People of New York.

  6. G November 25, 2009 at 12:36 pm  (Quote) #

    Just another nut job wasting the courts time and taxpayers money filing frivolous crap. Funny, I thought these people were supposed to be for tort reform…LOL!

  7. Dr. Conspiracy November 25, 2009 at 2:09 pm  (Quote) #

    I got the document electronically from the court, so I don’t have anything to rescan so you will just have to stand on your head or hit ctrl+shift+- a couple of times in Acrobat reader to rotate.

    The subpoena requests are on page 3, and they are for Pastor Manning and the two unnamed federal agents who visited him, and the two NYPD detectives who came along. He is also requesting subpoenas for the station chiefs of the CIA, Secret Service, FBI and “National security agencies” along with the NYPD chief of police who supervised the two aforementioned detectives.

    So from all this, and from published news stories, I am concluding that the visit to Manning by the detectives and persons from Homeland Security to discuss his death wishes against Obama is taken by Strunk to be harassment of his witness.

    I assume that the protective order requests for Phil Berg and Mario Apuzz [I still haven’t given him his “o” back] are tangential to his main purpose. Nothing here requests a subpoena of Phil Berg et al, but it calls them “material witnesses.”

  8. Orly's Taint November 25, 2009 at 11:06 pm  (Quote) #

    Batshirt Award by acclimation, no vote requested nor required.

  9. misha November 25, 2009 at 11:57 pm  (Quote) #

    Hear, hear.

  10. Lupin November 26, 2009 at 2:31 am  (Quote) #

    May I say that this is a clue that Mario might be tied more closely than we suspected to right-wing extremist movements.

  11. Dr. Conspiracy November 26, 2009 at 7:34 am  (Quote) #

    I wholeheartedly agree.

  12. misha November 26, 2009 at 2:01 pm  (Quote) #

    You may reasonably conclude this.

  13. milspec November 27, 2009 at 2:18 pm  (Quote) #

    “long with the need to register all members of the Knights of Malta such as is Pataki, Giuliani and others now seeking public office under the Republican banner. They serve one master, the Vatican, whose objectives are not that of the People of New York.”

    What a creep.

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