United States District Court, W.D. Kentucky, Louisville Division
REBECCA GRADY JENNINGS, DISTRICT JUDGE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Paul Richard McCormack initiated this pro se action
proceeding in forma pauperis. In the complaint
caption, he writes the following three statute numbers: 18
U.S.C. § 241; 28 U.S.C. § 1746(1); and 42 U.S.C.
§ 1983. Upon review, this action must be dismissed for
the reasons stated herein.
complaint caption lists Defendants as “METRO Judge Todd
Hollenbach IV or METRO Judge Sean Delahanty.” The
caption also states, “WHEREAS the Defendant has not
honored his Oath of office to uphold the Constitution of the
United States, and the Constitution of Kentucky”;
“WHEREAS the Defendant has violated the Constitution of
the United States Article IV , and the Constitution of
Kentucky Section 10”; “WHEREAS the Defendant has
violated the Constitution of the United States Amendment XIV
Section 1”; “WHEREAS the Defendant has violated
the Federal Rules of Procedure [FRCP-4]”;
“WHEREAS the Defendant has ignored Federal Case CHICAGO
MOTOR COACH vs. chicago 169 n.e.22 HALE v. HENKEL, 201 U.S.
page 74”; and “WHEREAS defendant has violated
‘AFFIDAVIT OF SUI JURIS STATUS' Filed in Jefferson
County, KY Apr 07, 1998 Document No; 1998049738.” Next
to each of these statements, Plaintiff states monetary
amounts, which total $50, 000.
complaint next states as follows:
All this documentation has been given to the court either
personaly, or via U.S. Mail.
documentation has been given to the court as examples of
rulers and what they did to improve their governing the
people in their realm!
references has been given to the court to show violations of
next page, Plaintiff lists two additional Defendants -
Louisville Metro Police Officers Brandon Clark and Joshua
Risinger. Under their names, Plaintiff states,
“WHEREAS: Defendant Clark is accused of STALKING: under
cover of darkness”; “WHEREAS: the defendants have
not honored their oath of office to uphold the Constitution
of the United States, and the Constitution of
Kentucky”; and “WHEREAS: the defendants have
violated the Constitution of the United States, Amendment VI,
and the Kentucky Constitution, Sectiion 10. vehicle seized
value June 2018.” Plaintiff again lists dollar amounts
after each statement, totaling $42, 000.
next quotes statutes 18 U.S.C. § 241; 28 U.S.C. §
1746; and 42 U.S.C. § 1983. He then quotes the oaths of
office under the United States and Kentucky Constitutions and
quotes various United States constitutional amendments and
Kentucky constitutional provisions.
attaches a six-page document captioned as an “
‘AFFIDAVIT OF SUI JURIS STATE, RIGHT TO TRAVEL”
which includes a stamp indicating that it was recorded in the
Jefferson County Clerk's Office on April 7, 1998.
to the complaint, Plaintiff filed several documents. He filed
a summons naming as Defendant “Public Defender Que
Christian” (DN 9).
also filed a letter in which he states that he is enclosing
his “updated charge against the defendant in this
case” (DN 10). The letter states that “you will
notice that the total amouont is quite diferent than
originally claimed. That is because there has been more daus
accumulated since I originally filed this case in your
court.” The letter also states, “I have been to
court for 14 months already, and now scheduled to be in court
again on January 04, 2019! I do not know what the reason for
all of this is? Maybe  IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY?  Or
the person, or persons who make these decisions?” The
attached document revises the dollar amounts claimed by
Plaintiff in his complaint.
filed another letter in which he states, “Today, I was
at local court again. There was supposed to be a jury trial -
- but, alas, that did not happen. Again. This is the second
there was supposed to be a jury” (DN 11). He continues,
“Also, the judge, Sean Delahanty, and the court
appointed Public Defender, Que Christian, both claimed
‘Conflict of Interest.'” He states, “Is
the Federal Court going to claim ‘Conflict of
Interest'???  This is the third (3) year since this
situation began, due to the police ...