Alvin, Simon and….Theodore

United States v. Leslie Dantes Theodore (11 CR 829)(SDNY 2013)

 

MR. BELL: Your Honor, not for the purposes of the allocution. I will note that at the bottom of page 4 of the plea agreement, three lines from the bottom, there is a provision that does not frequently occur, but it may be worth making sure that Dr. Theodore understands.

THE COURT: Yes. Thank you.  The scheme that you have been telling me about related to no-fault insurance claims, is that correct?

THE DEFENDANT: Yes, your Honor.

THE COURT: And do you understand that in this letter agreement, you have agreed to withdraw any no-fault insurance claims that you have pending anywhere, whether it is in court or in an arbitration or anywhere else on behalf of yourself or any entities that you own?

THE DEFENDANT: Yes, your Honor.

 

4 Responses to “Alvin, Simon and….Theodore”

  • Captain America:

    The Court: And do you understand that the reason you were prosecuted is because the major insurance companies have bought off the the Government.

    The Defendant: Yes I do. The search warrants and wiretap applications use the same language as the latest GEICO RICO suit. And they all rely on the expertise of employees of GEICO and the NICB.

    The Court: And that the whole reason for the prosecution was to kill your claims.

    The Defendant: I am aware of that your honor.

  • Captain America:

    CONSTITUTIONAL UPDATE from the Captain:

    The United States Supreme Court in conjunction with the Second Circuit is about to release an abridged version of the United States Constitution. According to Court insiders both the Supreme Court and the Second Circuit want to eliminate confusion as to just what rights a citizen has.

    As a result the abridged version of the Constitution only includes those rights that both Courts will enforce.

    Without further ado here is a sneak peak of the

    “Constitution of the United States of America: Abridged (these are your real rights) Version”

    (Blank Space Intentional)

    “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

    (Blank Space Intentional)

    Please note that Court insiders have stated that in view of the arguments made by some that the right to bear arms is, as the 2nd Amendment clearly states, solely applicable to members of “militias” that are “necessary for the security of a free state” the Courts are considering a further abridgement wherein the Constitution will solely state the following:

    The Constitution of the United States of America: Abridged (these are your real rights) Version

    (Blank Space Intentional)

    “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

    (Blank Space Intentional)

    So prepare to have your wires tapped without a warrant; to be indefinitely detained; and declared an enemy of the State while on vacation in the Virgin Islands (and killed by a drone) — but gain solace from the fact that you can buy semi-automatic weapons to at least fight it out for a few seconds before they get you.

  • kurt lundgren:

    Does the right of the people to keep and bear arms include drones?

  • Captain America:

    Kurt my old friend:

    Sadly it does not. The government, the idiot Americans and the NRA wants us to be armed only enough to kill ourselves and our families with a weapon. (every study shows that you are about a 100 more times likely to do that with a gun then kill a “bad guy.”)

    As far as battling the government when they come to indefinitely detain you or kill you with a drone strike — the above persons/entities only want you to be armed enough so that they can say “she was armed … that’s why we had to blow her up with a Hell Fire missile.”

    If it was the goal of terrorism to take away our freedom I think the terrorists have won by giving the Corporate Aristocracy the excuse they needed to do just that.

    So why don’t we acknowledge defeat and end the war. Bring the troops back home and give them all high paying jobs at Walmart or McDonalds.

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