The U.S. Supreme Court had finally docketed former USWGO alternative news reporter Brian D. Hill's petition for rehearing, after two months of filing in October 15, 2020, in mid-December the filing went live and is scheduled for the next judicial conference on January 8, 2021. This is in regards to Brian's writ of mandamus for DisHonorable Judge Thomas David Schroeder refusing to act upon pending uncontested motions for sanctions at the time.
Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news has finally taken the gloves off. Brian has filed a final motion asking the DisHonorable Judge Thomas David Schroeder to act on the four pending uncontested motions or even just grant them without a hearing as a matter of law by proving fraud upon the court. That is to overturn all fraudulent begotten judgments including the first supervised release violation over Brian's autistic meltdown which the Judge misconstrued as Brian threatening his ex Probation Officer Kristy L. Burton even though there is no evidence of such, it is a fraudulent judgment. Second violation came after Brian was in long-term exposed to Carbon Monoxide gas poisoning.
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 Azgard Update dated June-22-2020-11:22PM: EMail to U.S. Solicitor General Noel Francisco on Fraud upon the Court brief in U.S. Supreme Court, asking him to “Drain the Swamp” – Justice for Brian D. Hill of USWGO Alternative News The solicitor general of the United States, Noel Francisco had filed a letter to the U.S.... 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 →
Documents from Brian's family was received showing that last month a petition for a writ of Certiorari, and a letter were mailed to the U.S. Supreme Court. It appears that they have accepted it but hjave not yet docketed it and it appears to have already been about a month since they had received the petition from Brian D. Hill, formerly of USWGO alternative news. The petition is in regards to claims of multiple "fraud upon the court" by the federal prosecutors and the federal probation office. Those frauds have been ignored by the DisHnorable Thomas David Shroeder, a federal judge located in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina federal courthouse. This judge is a piece of garbage, a piece of trash who never should have been appointed by the Globalist and Skull-and-bones ex-president George W. Bush.
by Laurie Azgard The U.S. court of appeals for the fourth circuit in Richmond, Virginia has decided to protect the corrupt federal judge Thomas David Schroeder who has became a judicial dictator, engaging in a coup d'état overthrowing our case law and overthrowing the authorities set by the U.S. Supreme court and lower appellate courts.... Continue Reading →
by Laurie Azgard Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news] had filed an emergency motion for staying judgment or staying his imprisonment pending his writ of mandamus [Writ of mandate and prohibition] appeal in the fourth circuit U.S. federal court of appeals in Richmond, Virginia. Brian is asking the supervisory court to temporary mandate that the... Continue Reading →
by Laurie Azgard Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news] had filed a writ of mandamus [Writ of mandate and prohibition] in the fourth circuit U.S. federal court of appeals in Richmond, Virginia. Brian is asking the supervisory court to mandate that the U.S. district court in the middle district of North Carolina vacate all fraudulent... Continue Reading →