NOTICE AND DEMAND
TO DOCKET MISSING ENTRIES
TO: Jack L. Wagner
Clerk of Court
501 “I” Street, Suite 4-200
FROM: Paul Andrew Mitchell, Plaintiff/Appellant
DCUS Sacramento #CIV. S-01-1480 WBS DAD PS
DATE: February 4, 2003 A.D.
SUBJECT: missing docket entries
Dear Mr. Wagner:
Please be advised that, upon close and careful examination of the docket sheet for the above entitled case, we find that the RETURN OF SERVICE of SUMMONS and COMPLAINT appears to be missing entirely from your docket for four (4) named Defendants.
See Docket entry #139, in particular.
Accordingly, formal demand is hereby made of you to docket the RETURN OF SERVICE for the following four (4) named Defendants:
(1) Mail.com, Inc.;
(2) Jason Scott;
(3) Paul Southworth; and,
(4) The Thomson Corporation.
The Undersigned hereby verifies, under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the United States of America, without the “United States” (federal government), that the attached documents are true and correct copies of the corresponding originals, so help me God, pursuant to the federal statute at 28 U.S.C. 1746(1). See Supremacy Clause.
Thank you for your timely professional consideration.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell
Private Attorney General and Plaintiff/Appellant
copy: Chief Judge Mary M. Schroeder, Ninth Circuit
Judge Alex Kozinski, Ninth Circuit (supervising)
Dr. John C. Alden, M.D., eyewitness
Mail.com, Inc. c/o Registered Agent
Jason Scott c/o The Thomson Corporation
The Thomson Corporation c/o Chief Executive Officer
(1) RETURN OF SERVICE for Mail.com, Inc.
(2) RETURN OF SERVICE for Jason Scott
(3) RETURN OF SERVICE for Paul Southworth
(4) RETURN OF SERVICE for The Thomson Corporation