View Full Version : Hamrick 2nd Amendment Case Transfering from DC to Arkansas

08-09-2006, 3:45 PM
After 4 years of federal litigation in Washington, DC (Hamrick v. President Bush, et al) I am still the unrepresented civil plaintiff with a Second Amendment case employing the RICO Act alleging that the U.S. Government is racketeering an unlawful and an unconstitutional protection scheme over the Second Amendment. To my knowledge there has never been a Second Amendment case from a U.S. merchant seaman involving the right to travel in concunction with the Common Defense Clause of the Preamble to the Constitution and in conjunction wit the Ninth, Tenth, Thirteenth Amendments.

There was the recent Bach v. Pataki which was comparable to my case under the right to travel. The U.S. Supreme Court denied that case. Because the U.S. Supreme Court refuses to take on the Second Amendment under any circumstances since Miller (1939) I am alleging that the U.S. Supreme Court's silence on the Second Amendment is a form of racketeering under the RICO Act.

Don't laugh! My case is complicated and overlaps local/state laws, federal laws, international treaties, and maritime law. My Civil RICO Act Complaint is now running at over 2,000 pages. I will now have the home court advantage in that I will now what the U.S. Department of Justices attorneys will throw at me. These 4 years has been a practice run for me. I am now well seasoned in just how far the U.S. Government will obstruct justice pulling every dirty trick in the book by the bench and bar to keep my case from proceeding to trial.

Because I am pushing for "National Open Carry Handgun" in opposition to the NRA's agenda for "National Reciprocity for Concealed Carry I have been called various deragotary names in emails over these past 4 years. The federal bench and bar in Washington, DC have been jerking me around the Federal Rules of Civl Procedure, Appellate Procedure, and the Rules of the U.S. Supreme Court. After 4 years of federal litigation in the federal courts of Washington, DC I learned (no one told me) that my case is void for lack of jurisdiction based on the fact that I am a resident of Arkansas [ See 28 U.S.C. 1402(a)(1) ].

Judge Walton was assigned to my case under questionable circumstances implying misconduct by Judge Walton. U.S. District Court for DC Judge Reggie B. Walton is the same judge who ruled in Seegars v. Ashcroft that the Second Amendment did not apply to the District of Columbia.

08/01/2006 81 MOTION to Transfer Case to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas by DON HAMRICK; (FIAT. Judge Walton "Leave to file is granted") (td, ) (Entered: 08/02/2006)

I have yesterday completed a 2-trip relief boatswain job aboard a container ship. I left the ship in Norfolk, Virginia. I will be visiting the Seafarers International Union's training facility (library and other sources) in Piney Point, Maryland on the history of firearms in the merchant marine. I will then visit the Coast Guard in Washinton DC on the same subject matter (collecting evidence in support of my court case). From there I will return to Arkansas to polish up the narative in my Civil RICO Act Complaint. Then when it is all polished up I will file it with the U.S. District Court for the East District of Arkansas (Little Rock), Northern Division (Batesville).

Remember! The U.S. Supreme Court Second Amendment case, United States v. Miller (1939), originated in Arkansas! Now my case on the Second Amendment from a merchant seaman's point of view is coming to Arkansas!

In thegeneral sense everyone, (the NRA, the Second Amendment Foundation, even you professors) has ignored my case declining to even write op-eds and articles on my case. These circumstantial facts of political prejudices which to some extent are understandable have not detered me from pushing my Second Amendment case in the federal courts. "Hell, open carry in today's society? Is he nuts?" Every new idea begins with crticism and ridicule until eventually it becomes common place and a social and legal norm. I have even been called the "Don Qjuixote of the Second Amendment for pushing nationwide open carry for the handgun! "I don't care who you are, that's funny right there!" (trademark remark for Larry the Cable Guy , the epitome of redneck humor at its best. "Git-R-Done!" ).

Don Hamrick

08-09-2006, 8:26 PM
Is this going to be another Silveria?

http://www.nationalreview.com/kopel/kopel200309230925.aspYeah pretty much.

Please get your ******** together. Every time I read one of your posts I feel like shooting every 9/11 conspiracist who goes on a 35 page rant or just won't briefly tell their story.

M. Sage
08-09-2006, 9:01 PM
Unrepresented? You ARE getting a lawyer, right?

08-09-2006, 9:10 PM
Is this going to be another Silveria?


did'nt this case screw us here in Kalifornia?:mad: