Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news has filed his third U.S. Supreme Court petition for Writ of Certiorari asking SCOTUS to protect his actual innocence rights in his State criminal case. As well as filing a "Petition for Appeal" for the Court of Appeals of Virginia to undo a decision to throw out... Continue Reading →
Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news had filed a letter to Justice Clarence Thomas by 24-hour express mailing urging him to grant his petition for writ of certiorari. Writ of certiorari is an order to review over the decision of a lower court and possibly mandate a change in that lower court decision through order and remand. This is again in regards to his federal criminal case where Brian had accused the federal prosecutor Anand Prakash Ramaswamy of knowingly defrauding the court, that the fraud and coercion by his own court appointed lawyers was used to scare and coerce him into falsely pleading guilty to his charge. He had also sent a letter a few months ago to Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Brian explained why he supported QAnon and about him being an ally of QAnon.
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I have received a email from Brian's mother with documents from Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news]. Brian is filing a letter with the United States Supreme Court. Brian is giving them consent to have an outside attorney or party to file an amicus curiae type of brief. An amicus brief is considered a brief from a 'friend of the court'. It is a special brief which can contain case law and any other relevant information which can aid the justices or judges of a court into making a decision that can create a probability of a big precedential outcome in the case law precedent.
There are the top seven reasons why the Supreme Court of the United States of America should grant the petition for a writ of certiorari in the case of "Brian David Hill v. United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina" [originally entitled "In re: Brian David Hill; mandamus relief].
by Laurie Azgard The SCOTUS [Supreme Court of the U.S.] clerks have now distributed the case of "Brian David Hill v. United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina" to the conference which is dated for September 29, 2020 where the Justices will decide which cases to grant writs of certiorari and... Continue Reading →
by Laurie AzgardUpdate on 6/16/2020 11:07PM: Solicitor General files waiver of response to the Petition for Writ of Certiorari in U.S. Supreme Court on issues of fraud upon the court, failure to act on pending motions The U.S. Supreme Court has now done it's job by docketing the case of In re: Brian David Hill,... Continue Reading →