2014
03.22

3rdNJLetterIn a letter dated January 28, 2014, Brian Flanagan, Deputy Attorney General – New Jersey, writes “I was informed that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit does not require the appearance of any Attorney General, other than the Pennsylvania Attorney General, in the appeal.”

The source for this information is “Kathleen of your office.”

Mr. Flanagan then indicates he informed the other Attorneys General of “the Court’s position”.


Letter from New Jersey Deputy Attorney General


3rdAlaskaLtrIn a letter dated January 31, 2014, David T. Jones, Senior Assistant Attorney General – Alaska writes “to confirm my understanding that the Third Circuit does not require an appearance on behalf of Alaska’s attorney general” based on the indication of Mr Flanagan of New Jersey.


Letter from Alaska Senior Assistant Attorney General





There seems to be a deliberate breakdown and prevention of any communication between the parties in the matter.

The trouble is…
THERE IS NO ‘KATHLEEN” IN THE THIRD CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS WORKING FOR MARCIA WALDRON.

The lack of a “Kathleen” was confirmed with the receptionist and several people at the Clerk of Courts offices.

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEAL FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT – CLERK’S Office Directory
3rdClerkStaff
There was no explanation offered.
Calls to Marcia Waldron – Clerk of Courts were not returned.
Calls to Tanya – Case Manager were not returned.
Calls to Shannon – Case Manager Coordinator were not returned.
Calls to Brian Flanagan – New Jersey were not returned.
There was no response to an email to Brian Flanagan.
EmailtoFlanagan

There seems be to activity in the Clerk of Courts Office which is preventing the Attorneys General from participating. Very strange indeed.

The Current Dockets for the Constitutional Challenge of Rule 1.6
District Court #13-4614

Third Circuit Court of Appeals #13-4591

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