BREAKING NEWS: Curtis Richmond, Man Linked To Sham Utah ‘Indian’ Tribe, Files Motion To Intervene in ASD Case; Says Judge Collyer Faces Criminal Charges

UPDATED 12:19 A.M. EST (FEB. 5, U.S.A.) Curtis Richmond has filed a motion to intervene in the ASD case. On the cover page of the motion, Judge Rosemary Collyer inserted a handwritten note:

“Let this be filed,” she wrote.

richmondasdmotion350Inside the motion Richmond accused the judge and a court clerk of felonies. He filed the motion as the chairman of Pacific Ministry of Giving International of Solana Beach, Calif.

Pacific Ministry of Giving International had $41,000 at stake in ASD — including “Upgrade Bonuses promised between July 14th and Aug. 1, 2008” — and lost access to the money because of the government seizure, Richmond said.

Richmond asserted that, if Collyer doesn’t do as he says and overturn the forfeiture, she is guilty of civil-rights violations and is violating U.S. law. He also threatened two federal prosecutors — U.S. Attorney Jeffrey A. Taylor of the District of Columbia and Assistant U.S. Attorney William Cowden — with “legal damages,” saying he had a “binding contract” with them as a result of certified mail he had sent them.

Cowden and Taylor ignored ASD members’ Constitutional rights in the ASD asset seizure, did not properly notify members of the seizure and interfered with commerce, Richmond claimed.

He accused Collyer, Taylor, Cowden and Court Clerk Nancy Mayer-Whittington of engaging in a conspiracy to deny justice. He specifically accused Collyer and the prosecutors of theft.

“The U.S. Atty. and/or U.S. Judge Had No Authority or Jurisdiction to Steal Most of the $93 million of ASD Member Ownership Interest,” Richmond said, using a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters. “All of the ASD Members had a Constitutional Right to Make A Contract With ASD and None of the ASD Members had a Contract With the U.S. Government.”

A nonlawyer representing himself, Richmond advanced his theory of the case:

“Since the U.S. Atty. could not present any court order giving him Authority to Seize the $40 million of Cashier Checks and deposit them in an Account Of His Choosing, he is Guilty of Misappropriation of Funds [at] a minimum and very possibly Embezzlement,” Richmond claimed.

Richmond claimed he had “irrefutable” evidence against Collyer and the prosecutors.

“This was accomplished by sending by Return Receipt with a ‘Demand For Legal Evidence Affidavit’ to William Cowden, Assist. U.S. Atty., Jeffrey Taylor, U.S. Atty., and Roy Dotson, Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service[,] giving them 7 Days to present Legal Evidence that the Statements Made in the Demand For Legal Evidence[,] including the Listed Constitutional Rights, WERE FALSE,” Richmond claimed.

“The Demand for Legal Evidence [was] part of Notarized Affidavits and clearly stated “Your Silence will be an Admission that you do not have the Legal Evidence,” he said.

Cowden, Taylor and Dotson knowingly and willingly defaulted on his demands “because they had no Legal Evidence or believed they were above the law,” Richmond said. “Attorneys & Judges Are Not Above The Law. A Lawful Default Is a Lawful Default.”

Richmond V. Collyer

In his motion, Richmond said Collyer “sat on” a previous motion he attempted to file in the case in the days immediately prior to her November ruling that ASD had not demonstrated it was a legal business and not a Ponzi scheme. Richmond ultimately was denied leave to file.

Richmond said he filed 19 affidavits in support of his claims, and that Collyer and Mayer-Whittington are guilty of at least 60 felonies, including felonies that include prison sentences of up to 12 years for each affidavit that wasn’t filed.

“Judge Collyer had the Clerk of the Court Return All Of The Motion To Dismiss Affidavits[,] including the 19 Demand For legal Evidence Notarized Affidavits In Support to Curtis Richmond,” he said.

“This is like having 21 Witnesses to a Murder,” Richmond continued. “Judge Collyer is Guilty As Charged . . .”

One of the aims of Richmond’s motion appears to be to force Collyer to withdraw from the case. He accused her of operating a “Kangaroo Court.”

He accused Chief U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth of becoming a co-conspirator, saying Lamberth also erected hurdles to block Richmond from filing as a party in the August forfeiture complaint against assets tied to ASD.

“Either Judge Lamberth is unbelievably biased, believing he is Above The Law, or he does not know how to read the English language,” Richmond said.

Lamberth also operated a “Kangaroo Court,” Richmond asserted.

Richmond has a history of filing vexatious lawsuits and court motions, and of employing a strategy known as “Mailbox Arbitration” to hamstring prosecutors, judges, court clerks and others. He was convicted of criminal contempt of court in California in 2007 for threatening or trying to intimidate judges.

Last year, a federal judge ruled an “Indian” tribe with which he is associated in Utah a “sham.” Various vexatious filings against public servants were made in the Wampanoag Nation, Tribe of Grayhead, Wolf Band case, and the judge ordered Richmond and other “tribe” members to pay damages and costs in excess of $100,000.

In the “Indian” case, huge financial judgments against prosecutors and others were sought. At least one “tribe” member tried to enforce a bogus judgment in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

In court filings, Richmond has claimed he was a “Sovereign” who answered only to Jesus Christ and enjoyed diplomatic immunity from prosecution.

“Professor” Patrick Moriarty, a former board member of a defunct organization known as ASD Members International (ASDMI), associated himself with Richmond on Moriarty’s website. At the same time, Steve Watt, another former ASDMI board member, told visitors to TheJoyLuckClub ASD news site that Richmond’s court filings would lead to a major criminal complaint against members of the government.

Before folding last month, ASDMI said on its website that it had recruited 167 members to litigate against the government in the ASD case. Moriarty also wrote of a certified-mail campaign and solicited funds to make it happen.

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indianchildrenCurtis Richmond’s signature as “Arbitrator” for a “tribal” panel set up by a sham Utah “Indian” tribe. In this case, the panel issued a fraudulent award of $300,720 and interest at “18% per annum against the Utah Department of Child & Family Services in a family matter.

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indianjudgeSham “Indian” arbitration panel issues award of $9,535.67 to sham “Indian chief.” The “award” was lodged against a judge, assessing the judge interest of 18 percent per annum and collection costs “not exceeding 30% of the principal sum.” The “chief,” Dale Stevens, later was arrested on child porn charges and announced his intention to marry two underage girls, including a 12-year-old, with whom he sought marriage in exchange for half a cooler of “energy bars.” Stevens, 69, acknowledged his plan in open court.

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7 Responses to “BREAKING NEWS: Curtis Richmond, Man Linked To Sham Utah ‘Indian’ Tribe, Files Motion To Intervene in ASD Case; Says Judge Collyer Faces Criminal Charges”

  1. Just when you thought it could not get any stranger. I hope Mr. Richmond is ready for the ride he is about to take, and that orange doesn’t clash with his skin tones….

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  2. Patrick,

    Wow…I do believe Judge Collyer has had her fill of ASD crazies — with the RICO case still pending before her, too. “Let this be filed” could read: “Give them all the rope they ask for.” He’s going to talk himself right in to federal prison this time, it seems.

    At one time, didn’t the ASDBMI solicit donations listing the Pacific Ministry of Giving’s mailing address as one place to send them? Richmond’s legal argument is identical to Patrick Moriarty’s legal argument, and Moriarty remains the super hero of the Surf’s Up group. I’d also bet that almost all l67 ASDBMI members are now up to their eyeballs in AVG — I wonder how many confidential treasury agents are already enrolled in AVG?

    Another great article, Patrick. I read them all, on both sites, every day.

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  3. Hi Don,

    Don: Just when you thought it could not get any stranger.

    Actually, it could get stranger yet. Surf’s Up awarded Richmond three exclamation points and called him a hero. The AdViewGlobal Members’ forum gave him only two exclamation points, but also noted his heroic deed.

    That pretty much means anything could happen from here.

    Patrick

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  4. Hi Marci,

    Marci: At one time, didn’t the ASDBMI solicit donations listing the Pacific Ministry of Giving’s mailing address as one place to send them? Richmond’s legal argument is identical to Patrick Moriarty’s legal argument, and Moriarty remains the super hero of the Surf’s Up group. I’d also bet that almost all l67 ASDBMI members are now up to their eyeballs in AVG — I wonder how many confidential treasury agents are already enrolled in AVG?

    Moriarty was a founder and board member of ASDMI, and he provided info on Richmond and Pacific Ministry of Giving on a separate website.

    Viewers were instructed to make checks payable to Pacific Ministry of Giving and mail them to Moriarty in Missouri. There was a $50 handling fee.

    ASDMI, of course, also collected money — and told members it would litigate against the government even if it was behaving legally. It also kept open the option of filing criminal charges.

    Surf’s Up folks promoted these approaches. Some Surf’s Up members were on the ASDMI board.

    Thanks for your note, Marci.

    Patrick

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