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To all my supporters. I am doing well and my attorney is working on my behalf. I am unable to send or receive messages through Messenger, because it has been disabled by big tech/ Facebook. Thank you all for your support, prayers, cards, and messages. The drawings from your children really touched my heart. It really means a lot to me and I am truly grateful for everyone that is willing to express themselves for our freedoms.
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Marlena Pavlos-Hackney came to the US from Poland to escape communism and discovered that oppression is worse in America. For simply opening her restaurant, she was sentenced to a month and half in jail. Her people have courageously kept Marlena’s Bistro & Pizzeria open, while Marlena, the owner was locked up. The order to close came from MDARD which is the Michigan Dept of Agriculture and Rural Development. It seems odd that an agricultural dept is familiar with the restaurant business or has medical credentials. Furthermore, how does rural development pertain to Marlena’s Bistro?

Judge Wanda Stokes violate her oath to uphold the Constitution by ordering the closure and issuing an arrest warrant. Judge RoseMarie Aquilina, in an episode of rage and emotional instability, sentenced Marlena to over 90 days in jail WITHOUT A TRIAL! She screamed “This is My court and it’s not Burger King!” It raises several important questions, which may be noted in the complaint. See below in red.

You can help save America from this type of tyrannical behavior by filing an Investigative Complaint
Form against each of the 2 judges.

  1. Print the form from this site, one for each judge:
  2. Complete each complaint as indicated in the sample form. Feel free to use your own words, as
    it’s important for the judges and the investigators to realize that many free people are watching
    and expecting corrective action. Any questions, call at 585-730-9220 or
    email to:
  3. You can add the additional addendum page at the end of this letter. It is basically holding the
    judge to her oath of office – which is to uphold the Constitution of the state and the nation.
    Place your signature on the Oath Addendum page.
  4. Be sure to sign and notarize the form, or the court will reject it.
  5. Mail to the address given on the form. Consider using a tracking number to insure delivery.
    Why is it important to file a complaint? Because if we let tyrannical behavior slide, it could come back
    to bite us. Either of these 2 judges could one day be appointed to a higher federal position. At that point
    their inappropriate judicial behavior and decisions can have nationwide impact. We must prevent this
    from happening by flooding the judicial tenure commission with complaints.

You can transfer the statements below (in red) to the form for Judge/Ms. Aquilina to her complaint form.

  1. Since Ms. Aquilina is claiming the court is ‘hers’, isn’t Marlena in the wrong place? She should be
    in a Michigan Supreme Court.
  2. Since Ms. Aquilina is claiming the court is ‘hers’, isn’t she committing fraud by impersonating a
    State Supreme Court judge?
  3. Since Ms. Aquilina is claiming the court is ‘hers’, why are the sheriff/bailiffs allowing this fraud to
    be committed? This is a violation of Title 18 section 4, misprision of felony, wherein someone
    witnessing a criminal act fails to report it, or act to prevent it.
  4. Since Ms. Aquilina is claiming ‘her court is not Burger King’ which is a rather obvious fact, does
    this not require a psychological evaluation for the judge?
  5. Since Ms. Aquilina took an oath to uphold the Constitution and is clearly violating it, does this
    not make her a liar, and completely unfit to serve the people?
  6. Since court cases are bonded with a bid-bond, a performance-bond, and a payment bond, (see
    general services administration forms #273 & #274) will Ms. Aquilina be providing the proceeds
    from those bonds to Marlena? Or will she be keeping them for ‘her court’?

For Judge Wanda Stokes, you can add these sentences or ideas on her investigative complaint form (in blue):

  1. Violation of Oath of Office.
  2. Lack of evidence of any victim of a crime.
  3. MDARD (Michigan Dept of Agriculture and Rural Development) has no medical license. Why is the judge even responding to their filing of a motion?
  4. Ms. Stokes admitted an absence of proof, by stating, “I understand it’s not possible to say definitively that a person contracted the virus at the establishment.”  Thus she admitted that she has not proof to arrest Marlena, but did so anyway.

You do not need to live in Michigan to file these complaints, since anyone who drives a car is connected to engaging in commerce with Michigan. You may also have planned to travel to Michigan in the future to visit Marlena’s Bistro or for any other reason. We also mention violation of oath to uphold the Constitution (which is breach of contract) in all complaint forms of this nature. The violations committed by these 2 judges affect all of us nationwide. Remember, if and when you should ever be locked up, you will want people coming to your aid as well.

“We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.”

                                                                                                                   Benjamin Franklin

Open the form below called ‘sample’ to see a sample of how to fill out the forms. The first page is the same for both.

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If you prefer to mail a check, please make it payable to:
Eric H. Jones
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vaccine refusal declaration

Print this declaration when an individual is requesting you, or someone you love, to take a vaccine, and you are choosing to refuse.

Complete the cover page by inserting the name & address of the person it is from (probably yourself), and then complete the recipient information, and date.

In the body of the letter, fill in this way:

I, (first name here) : (last name here) Family; respectfully require no vaccination be administered to myself or __(on this line place the name of your loved one, if it’s not you personally) _______ as it would be a violation…


I, John : Smith Family; respectfully require no vaccination be administered to myself or __my daughter, Princess Leah Smith _______ as it would be a violation…

In addition, print the attachment below, The Vaccine Liability Letter (Attachment C). Place this within the Refusal Declaration, following attachment B (page3) and before attachment D (page 4). This will expand the initial Declaration by 7 additional pages, for a document of 24 total pages.

Friendly advice from Eric Jones the Freedom Screamer.

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Info that isn’t being widely spread is the incredible rate increase for perishable goods.Used to consider good pay at 1+¿/ mile.When I hauled the fuel lines for the shuttle it paid 3+¿/ mile. Spank just hauled a load of icecream from Atlanta to Miami, paid 7+¿/mil, was offered a load Miami to LA paying 12 thousand plus to the truck. Another one of his drivers got a load of watermelons from Texas to New Jersey paid over 7thousand.
All of this will get passed on to the Consumer…

Criminal Trespass Warning: Serve these papers on all law enforcement, health department, political, and corporate people who are executing the unlawful Covid crackdown!

📄Click here to download criminal trespass warning. When you mail this make sure you require a signature from the recipient so you know they received it.

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📄Here is the instruction sheet for the Criminal Trespass Warning:

Above: Preview of How-To for the Criminal Trespass Warning.

Strong Memorial Hospital Cancels Transplant for Vietnam Veteran! Emergency Phone Blitz Needed to Save the Life of Dennis Jones

Important note: This article has been recently updated with further information being added as we receive it. Thank you for your patience and please get involved.

Emergency phone blitz for Vietnam veteran Dennis Jones, this is life or death! Dennis, of Rochester, New York, is dying from liver cancer brought on by exposure to “agent orange”, a cancer-causing compound sprayed by the United States military, in geoengineering operations to chemically burn the jungle during the Vietnam War. A perfect match was found with liver donor Ronald Pecora, a fellow veteran. Unfortunately, Pecora had recently shot an acquaintance and is scheduled to begin an 11-year prison sentence in February. The Strong Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee decided to DENY THE TRANSPLANT, citing the “valuable consideration” clause within a federal code which prohibits the purchasing of organs for transplant operations. The committee is claiming that a 2-month delay (April rather than February) in the commencement of the donor’s prison sentence is something of “value” and therefore a violation of the “valuable consideration” clause. The donor, Pecora, will still be serving the entire 11-year sentence; no reduction in prison time. The judge, prosecutor, and defense attorney in the Pecora case are united IN FAVOR OF THE DELAY in order to save Dennis’ life. It is ironic that Pecora, who is giving half of his liver, in a facility that is proving to be ruthless (Strong Memorial Hospital), is being accused of profiting from the operation that could cost him his life. U.S. Code 42 section 274e (titled: Prohibition of Organ Purchases) reads “It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly acquire, receive, or otherwise transfer any human organ for valuable consideration for use in human transplantation if the transplant affects interstate commerce.”


  1. What aspect of Dennis Jones’ transplant surgery affects interstate commerce?
  2. How is interstate commerce defined in this situation?
  3. Whose interstate commerce will be affected by the surgery?
  4. Is commerce more important than a man’s life?

It should be noted that it is in violation of international and domestic law to withhold medical attention from anyone in distress. Furthermore, when there is clear and compelling evidence that failure to provide medical attention will cause the death of another, it is at least manslaughter and in some jurisdictions considered murder.

*Urgent*: Please participate in saving the life of Dennis Jones by doing 2 things: 1 – Contact the people listed below to voice your complaint; AND 2 – Mail in a complaint form provided in the PDF file below. It is essential to file the paper complaint which can be mailed to the address listed on the complaint form. We are mailing complaint forms for all of the members of the ethics committee, hospital CEO Goldstein, and University President Mangelsdorf. Please file complaints against ALL of these people to ensure that this will never like this again. Attach a small note to your complaint form requesting a return call, so you know they received the complaint. Paper complaints are the single best way to achieve justice in this case. Click here to download New York State Department of Health Office of Professional Medical Conduct complaint form

freephoneicon editedTop 6 people to call:

  • Richard B. Handler, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of Rochester, CEO and director of the Jefferies Financial Group, 212-284-2300
  • Marjorie Shaw, JD; Administrative: 585-275-5800; Office: 585-275-0174;
  • Cardinal & Archbishop of New York Timothy Dolan, 212-371-1000
  • Sarah Mangelsdorf, President of University of Rochester, 585-275-6030;
  • Steven I. Goldstein, President and CEO of Strong Memorial Hospital, 585-275-7685;

Important notice regarding Mr. Handler: Richard B. Handler, Chairman of the U of R Board of Trustees, is a well-known junk bond trader under Michael Milkin (convicted felon sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined $600 million). He is also known to be banker with the Jefferies Group, responsible for acquiring sovereign debt in the protesting nations of Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Ireland. He then removed his investments from those nations, effectively beginning the collapse of the economies in these 5 countries. His 2012 personal earnings of $19 million exceeded even that of Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase.,9_KO10,41.htm

Important notice regarding Ms. Shaw: Shaw is the board member who is most likely threatening and terrorizing fellow ethics board members into complying with a fabricated federal code at the expense of a man’s life. She is the only committee member who is not a health or trauma expert. Her training and credentials are in the legal realm, all other board members are medical doctors. Her concerns obviously have NOTHING to do with health, justice or caring and EVERYTHING to do with fear, obedience, and cruelty.

Important notice regarding Mr. Dolan: Please ask Cardinal Dolan to enlist the support of the “Knights” mentioned at his Archdiocese website. One of the “Orders” listed there, Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, was formed in Jerusalem in 1048 A.D. Any knighted military order which has existed for 972 years must surely have power and influence which could be a “valuable consideration” in the crusade to save the life of Dennis Jones.

freephoneicon editedContinuing with the call list.. Here is the Strong Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee, whose members are responsible for the life and possible death of their patient Dennis Jones:

  • Marianne Chiafery, PNP-C, MS;; 585-276-5184
  • Carl D’Angio, MD; Office: 585-275-2972;
  • Richard Demme, M.D., FACP; 585-275-5800;
  • David Kaufman, M.D., FCCM; Administrative: 585-273-1841; Office: 585-273-1911;
  • Marjorie Shaw, JD; Administrative: 585-275-5800; Office: 585-275-0174;
  • Bernard L. Sussman, M.D.; 585-273-1154;

freephoneicon editedContinuing with the list of people to contact.. Here is the list of lifetime members and here is the list voting members of the Board of Trustees of the University of Rochester:

Life members:

  • Aman, Alfred C., Jr.
  • Angeloff, Carl
  • Ascher, Everett S.
  • Balderston, William III
  • Bates, Ernest A., M.D.
  • Batkin, Alan R.
  • Beckman, Joel S.
  • Blumstein, Sheila E.
  • Brown, C. William
  • Brownlee, Paula P.
  • Burns, Ursula M.
  • Carpenter, William M.
  • Chandler, Colby H.
  • Chesonis, Arunas
  • Colodny, Edwin I.
  • Crockett, Bruce L.
  • Cushman, Jeanine Sullivan
  • Flaum, David
  • Frame, Robert B.
  • Friedlander, Roger B.
  • Gardner, Jerry
  • Gelband, Myra
  • Gifford, Bernard R.
  • Gleason, James S.
  • Goergen, Robert B.
  • Griner, Paul, M.D.
  • Hajim, Edmund A.
  • Hilfiker, Alan F.
  • Jackson, Thomas H.
  • Jones, Michael E.
  • Kelly, John M.
  • Knight, Ronald B.
  • Lange, Louis G., M.D.
  • LeChase, R. Wayne
  • Mack, Joseph P.
  • Manian, Bala S.
  • Messinger, Martin E.
  • Meyer, Barry M.
  • Moser, Nathan F.
  • Moses, Bruce H.
  • Munnerlyn, Charles R.
  • Neilly, Andrew H., Jr.
  • O’Brien, Dennis
  • Osieski, Robert M.
  • Peck, William A., M.D.
  • Prokupets, Elena A.
  • Rea, C. Woodrow, Jr.
  • Richardson, Arthur M.
  • Rosen, Michael S.
  • Sands, Richard E.
  • Scheerschmidt, Robert H.
  • Seligman, Joel
  • Sonnenschein, Hugo F.
  • Standish, Peter D.
  • Stark, Raymond C.
  • Whitney, Ralph R., Jr.
  • Willett, Janice M.
  • Williams, Carl C.
  • Winters, Mary-Frances
  • Wisch, Nathaniel, M.D.
  • Wyant, James C.

Voting members:

  • Aab, Richard T.
  • Abrams, Joseph W.
  • Ain, Mark
  • Beal, Joan S.
  • Benet, Jay S.
  • Bergman, Nomi M.
  • Biggar, Stephen R., M.D.
  • Bloch, Laurence H.
  • Boehning, H. Christopher
  • Bruning, John H.
  • Bruno, Elizabeth P.
  • Burger, Barbara J.
  • Davidson, Carol (John) A.
  • Drummond, Launcelot F.
  • Ferrari, Bernard T., M.D.
  • Fullwood, Emerson U.
  • Gabrellian, Ani N.
  • Greene, Gwen
  • Handler, Richard B.
  • Karp, Carol D.
  • Keegan, Robert
  • Kessler, Laurence
  • Lam, Evans Y.
  • Lieberman, Nancy A.
  • Lione, Gail A.
  • Mangelsdorf, Sarah C.
  • Miller, Edward D., M.D.
  • Minehan, Cathy E.
  • Murray, Kathleen A.
  • Nataraj, Naveen
  • Parker, Sandra A.
  • Pérez-Deisboeck, Lizette
  • Pizzo, Philip A., M.D.
  • Price, Francis L.
  • Prince, Brian F.
  • Rettner, Ronald M.
  • Richards, Thomas S.
  • Saunders, E. Philip
  • Sloan, Thomas R.
  • Waller, Kathy N.
  • Wegman, Daniel R.
  • Wentworth, Timothy C.
  • Wilmot, Thomas C., Sr.
  • Zekelman, Alan S.


We are doing our best to gather email and contact information on the members listed above. If you can add any contact information, suggestions, or corrections, please contact us at

News10 NBC article & video on the Dennis Jones case

Concentration camp-style human experimentation at Strong Memorial Hospital:

The materials were employed for different experimental purposes. The plutonium tests were intended to determine how excreta could be used to estimate the amount of plutonium remaining in an exposed subject. Scientists wanted to ascertain a method of determining how much radioactive material stayed in the body and for how long. These plutonium injections were given between 1945-1947 at the Manhattan District Hospital at Oak Ridge, the University of California San Francisco, the University of Chicago, and Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. The patient samples were then analyzed in affiliated labs nearby or shipped back to Los Alamos to be examined by a biomedical research team led by Dr. Wright Langham. The chemical process of determining the amount of plutonium in a sample was complex, requiring a contamination-free laboratory. The sample was dried, converted to ash, and finally dissolved in acid.

In Rochester, a Manhattan Annex was established in 1943 at the Strong Memorial Hospital to study the toxicity of radioactive isotopes including plutonium, uranium, and polonium. Between 1946-1947, physicians injected six patients with uranium with the research goal of discerning the minimum dose that would produce detectable kidney damage. This was an experimental protocol intended to produce a harmful reaction in the subjects.


The toxicity of radioactive elements was the main research concern at the University of Rochester Manhattan Annex. There, Dr. Samuel Bassett was the primary physician-investigator in the “Special Problems Division.” Rochester was the site of the most injections during this period. Bassett oversaw a two-bed ward, divided from the Strong Memorial Hospital.


Eda Schultz Charlton, a 49-year-old woman known in reports as HP-3, was admitted to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester on November 2, 1945 for unusual swelling. She was transferred to E-3 ward which was led by Dr. Samuel Bassett. Three weeks later she received a plutonium injection of 4.9 micrograms. There is no mention of this procedure in her hospital records, only in Manhattan Project reports. The decision to separate experimentation notes from medical charts was made by Stafford Warren himself, as mentioned in a 1946 letter from Wright Langham to Samuel Bassett.



cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2New York State Department of Health Office of Professional Medical Conduct complaint form preview:





The Entire Texas Judicial Website is Down!

It’s Friday, May 8, 5:51PM, the day after initiated a complaint blitz in an effort to prevent several corrupt Texas judges along with the Dallas County District Attorney from ever practicing law again. Now the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct ( website is down. Therefore we are recommending that people call them directly at (512) 463-5533, or toll-free at (877) 228-5750, ask them to mail you a complaint form directly in order to avoid the very technical difficulties we are experiencing with the website now. Paper forms are always better than electronic ones, and we are seeing why with the blocking of any electronic complaint forms at a time when it is essential that we complain as much as possible. Filing these lawful complaints ( will ensure that their corrupt actions will not cause the suffering in the future that was inflicted upon Shelly Luther. They are hoping we have short memories; that we get lost in the happy moment of Shelly’s release. We must follow through. Please participate in the complaint blitz by referring to the previous post. , which will provide more detailed information regarding a paper complaint. Follow us at

Texas Woman Jailed for Opening Business to Feed Her Children!

Emergency complaint blitz for Shelly Luther, early victim of the “New Abnormal”! She needed to feed her children by opening her hair salon in defiance of the close-down orders. In court, Judge Eric Moyé made absurd statements demanding she close down and apologize. Shelly refused, and after a very well-spoken courageous rebuttal she was sent to jail while her children were at home needing food.
We also need a large number of people to file judicial complaint forms and bar association complaint forms, to be mailed in in an effort to prevent atrocities like this from happening in the future. Complaints accomplish two things: 1 – It prevents the judge/attorney from practicing in court or on the bench in the future; 2 – It sends a powerful message to other judges to act with honor by honoring their oath to the Constitution. The forms can be downloaded and sent by mail or fax (complaint forms are usually not accepted by email). So please take the time and effort to assist a woman in need. It may be you some day that needs the assistance. Thank you for your participation!
Here are the perpetrators requiring a complaint form, both of which can be found below this list & the complaint reasons list:
  • Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins (initiated original action against Shelly Luther) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • Judge Eric Vaughn Moyé (he jailed Shelly Luther) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht (he is the boss of the other 2 judges & needs to be held liable) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • District Attorney John Coleman Creuzot (he brought the action against Shelly Luther into the court) – attorney complaint form

greeencheckmarkinboxHere are some reasons you may choose to write on your complaint form:

  • Shelly Luther was denied due process.
  • Shelly was denied bail.
  • Shelly was denied a jury trial
  • The judge defied his oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, under multiple different articles and sections.
  • The judge’s ruling was arbitrary and baseless.
  • The district attorney had no lawful cause to bring the matter into court.
  • Both judges exceeded their jurisdiction.
  • The chief administrative judge failed his obligation to provide proper training to his subordinates.
  • And many more that you can choose based upon the facts of this case.
  • All 3 judges and the district attorney participated in child abuse by separating or acquiescing to the separation of Shelly Luther from her children.
  • All 3 judges and the district attorney violated their oath and bond pursuant to the Texas State Constitution.
We suggest paper complaint forms are better than online, for the following reasons: You can send the paper complaint form by registered mail and require a signature when they receive it, this proves they got the complaint whereas online it may get deleted or diverted. So, the paper form is usually a more effective approach.


To send a written attorney complaint form by mail (if you prefer to use the webform instead, it’s below the preview of this print form):
2 – mailboxFill out the above form and mail to this address:
P.O. Box 13287
Austin, TX 78711
Fax: (512) 427-4169
cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2Here is a preview of the print-&-mail attorney complaint form for the Texas State Bar:
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cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2Here is a preview of the online attorney complaint form for the Texas State Bar:
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(If you’d rather send a written judicial complaint form by mail, which we suggest as explained above, see instructions below.)
cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2 Here’s a preview of the online judicial complaint form for Texas judges:
mailboxInstructions for alternate written-&-mailed judicial complaint form:

The Commission does not accept complaints by telephone, fax, or email. To file a complaint, you may fill out an online complaint form from this website, or you may request a complaint form by calling (512) 463-5533 or toll-free at (877) 228-5750. You may also write a letter outlining your complaint, which should provide the following information:

  • Your contact information including a valid address and telephone number.
  • The judge’s name and judicial office or title.
  • The specific conduct or action you believe was improper, including sufficient facts to describe what occurred.
  • The names of any witnesses and their contact information, such as addresses and telephone numbers.
  • If applicable, copies (not originals) of any documents, correspondence, or other evidence that substantiate the allegations of judicial misconduct.”

“Send your complaint to the following address:

State Commission on Judicial Conduct
PO Box 12265
Austin TX 78711″


reply iconPlease make sure you request a response/reply so you know the commission received your complaint form.

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