Fill In Your Own Family Court Petitions
After several months of planning, on January 26, 1998, I sprayed the front entrance to the New York State Court of Appeals building with 55 gallons of liquid chicken manure.
You probably wonder why someone would do such a thing.
Having been involved in both the New York State and Federal court systems for the past 13 years; having been deprived of seeing my children for 6 years; ordered to pay more in child support than my income in violation of state statute; having the court give exclusive possession of my mother’s house to my former wife, Ms. Carella, in a closed court proceeding where my mother was told to leave the courtroom; having been arrested for aggravated harassment for writing a letter demanding my constitutional and statutory rights be enforced; having been arrested for criminal anarchy and criminal nuisance for again demanding that our constitutional and statutory rights to public and jury trial before one is imprisoned be enforced; having been threatened by the FBI to “keep my mouth shut or else” concerning the violation of my constitutional and statutory rights; having been deprived of my constitutional and statutory rights by both the New York State and Federal judiciaries, I decided it was time to stand up and demonstrate how corrupt both New York State and Federal judiciaries are and expose how the judges and prosecutors fix cases right in the public view. In order to do this, I decided to spray the Court of Appeals building with liquid chicken manure to demonstrate my feelings for the court’s oppression of our State and Federal constitutional and statutory rights.
The only nice thing Judge Lamont had to say about me when he was sentencing me to an illegal imprisonment for spraying the Court of Appeals was:
“There is one thing I will say, and that is that I do not glean from those letters that Mr. Collins is trying to help deadbeat dads. On the contrary, I think all his efforts have been towards child custody, child visitation, keeping relationships between family members intact during a difficult situation.”
Following please find Family Court documents that you can fill in and / or use for yourself or others. You can also use them to help keep your attorney in line.
The Following Documents Are In Word Format:
The Following Documents Are In .PDF Format: