The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009 Under: Rulings-09
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being considered a "witch".

Ms Wells did not cause or instigate any physical or mental harm to persons directly or indirectly. Therefore  the subsequent pick-up of Ms. Wells by the police and detainment in the mental facility was suspiciously  of "false identification" and wrongful detainment.

CONCLUSION

In broader view of what has occured, this event was also an attempt to cause Ms. Wells to be apologetic towards her employer resulting from the time she missed from work or to terminate her because she was hospitalized and detained as her reason in explanation from her being absent. This "false sense of identity" that led to wrongful detainment is a violation of Ms. Wells "right to peaceful means" in that the "states secret protection" falsely apprehended Ms. Wells and she was also being harassed by a man who was eventually arrested for drugs. The police involved themselves in apprehension of Ms. Wells thus, committing harassment of their own and it was furthur continued by the hospital mental facility as there was no crime committed directly or indirectly on the part of Ms. Wells. So the complaint by a neighbor was more like a one way street by way of commandment as Ms. Wells committed no harm.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that the police and hospital involved are ordered to pay sanctions to the court for disobedience of civil rights in association with frivilous detainment and search including frivilous investigation regarding their actions towards Ms. Wells.  Ms. Wells should not be "subject" to the rule regarding the "states secret priviledge", reason as to why this court has imposed penalities on both parties.

DATED: October 25, 2009                                             Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   /s/  A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                   On Behalf of Pieces

In : Rulings-09 



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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009 Under: Rulings-09
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being considered a "witch".

Ms Wells did not cause or instigate any physical or mental harm to persons directly or indirectly. Therefore  the subsequent pick-up of Ms. Wells by the police and detainment in the mental facility was suspiciously  of "false identification" and wrongful detainment.

CONCLUSION

In broader view of what has occured, this event was also an attempt to cause Ms. Wells to be apologetic towards her employer resulting from the time she missed from work or to terminate her because she was hospitalized and detained as her reason in explanation from her being absent. This "false sense of identity" that led to wrongful detainment is a violation of Ms. Wells "right to peaceful means" in that the "states secret protection" falsely apprehended Ms. Wells and she was also being harassed by a man who was eventually arrested for drugs. The police involved themselves in apprehension of Ms. Wells thus, committing harassment of their own and it was furthur continued by the hospital mental facility as there was no crime committed directly or indirectly on the part of Ms. Wells. So the complaint by a neighbor was more like a one way street by way of commandment as Ms. Wells committed no harm.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that the police and hospital involved are ordered to pay sanctions to the court for disobedience of civil rights in association with frivilous detainment and search including frivilous investigation regarding their actions towards Ms. Wells.  Ms. Wells should not be "subject" to the rule regarding the "states secret priviledge", reason as to why this court has imposed penalities on both parties.

DATED: October 25, 2009                                             Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   /s/  A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                   On Behalf of Pieces

In : Rulings-09 



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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009 Under: Rulings-09
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being considered a "witch".

Ms Wells did not cause or instigate any physical or mental harm to persons directly or indirectly. Therefore  the subsequent pick-up of Ms. Wells by the police and detainment in the mental facility was suspiciously  of "false identification" and wrongful detainment.

CONCLUSION

In broader view of what has occured, this event was also an attempt to cause Ms. Wells to be apologetic towards her employer resulting from the time she missed from work or to terminate her because she was hospitalized and detained as her reason in explanation from her being absent. This "false sense of identity" that led to wrongful detainment is a violation of Ms. Wells "right to peaceful means" in that the "states secret protection" falsely apprehended Ms. Wells and she was also being harassed by a man who was eventually arrested for drugs. The police involved themselves in apprehension of Ms. Wells thus, committing harassment of their own and it was furthur continued by the hospital mental facility as there was no crime committed directly or indirectly on the part of Ms. Wells. So the complaint by a neighbor was more like a one way street by way of commandment as Ms. Wells committed no harm.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that the police and hospital involved are ordered to pay sanctions to the court for disobedience of civil rights in association with frivilous detainment and search including frivilous investigation regarding their actions towards Ms. Wells.  Ms. Wells should not be "subject" to the rule regarding the "states secret priviledge", reason as to why this court has imposed penalities on both parties.

DATED: October 25, 2009                                             Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   /s/  A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                   On Behalf of Pieces

In : Rulings-09 



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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009 Under: Rulings-09
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being considered a "witch".

Ms Wells did not cause or instigate any physical or mental harm to persons directly or indirectly. Therefore  the subsequent pick-up of Ms. Wells by the police and detainment in the mental facility was suspiciously  of "false identification" and wrongful detainment.

CONCLUSION

In broader view of what has occured, this event was also an attempt to cause Ms. Wells to be apologetic towards her employer resulting from the time she missed from work or to terminate her because she was hospitalized and detained as her reason in explanation from her being absent. This "false sense of identity" that led to wrongful detainment is a violation of Ms. Wells "right to peaceful means" in that the "states secret protection" falsely apprehended Ms. Wells and she was also being harassed by a man who was eventually arrested for drugs. The police involved themselves in apprehension of Ms. Wells thus, committing harassment of their own and it was furthur continued by the hospital mental facility as there was no crime committed directly or indirectly on the part of Ms. Wells. So the complaint by a neighbor was more like a one way street by way of commandment as Ms. Wells committed no harm.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that the police and hospital involved are ordered to pay sanctions to the court for disobedience of civil rights in association with frivilous detainment and search including frivilous investigation regarding their actions towards Ms. Wells.  Ms. Wells should not be "subject" to the rule regarding the "states secret priviledge", reason as to why this court has imposed penalities on both parties.

DATED: October 25, 2009                                             Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                   /s/  A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                   On Behalf of Pieces

In : Rulings-09 



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