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Stan Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

August 27, 2007

Adrian Garcia
Intake Officer
Lancaster County Human Rights Commission
225 West King Street
P.O. Box 83480
Lancaster, PA 17602
Re: Discrimination Complaint
Dear Mr. Garcia:

Enclosed is the documentation to support a discrimination complaint according to


Ordinance #64, and its mandate which states WHEREAS, the County of Lancaster has
fostered the cause of those civil rights protected by state and federal law by providing for a
Lancaster City-County Human Relations Commission, as set forth in Resolution No. 45 of
1964.
I am alleging discrimination according to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Section 7: Racial or Ethnic Problems


Section 8: Employment Problems
Section 11: Unlawful Public Accommodation Practices
Unpopular Political Views
Retaliation for Whistleblowers due to Federal False Claims Act regarding
International Signal & Control, Plc.,

Most of these activities cover a period of 20 years, and are continuing today. Please
note that a Civil Rights Complaint was filed in Pennsylvania Civil Rights Section on July 21,
2006, and an amended Employment Discrimination complaint was filed on February 8,
2007.
More information is available on the website of Advanced Media Group,
http://www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com/.
I remain,

Stan J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
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ORDINANCE NO. 64
On motion of Commissioner
seconded by Commissioner
Ford

Shaub

WHEREAS, the County of Lancaster has fostered the cause of those


civil rights protected by state and federal law by providing for a Lancaster CityCounty Human Relations Commission, as set forth in Resolution No. 45 of 1964;
and
WHEREAS, in order to effectuate and accomplish the goals and
objectives set forth in Resolution No. 45 of 1964, the County of Lancaster granted
appropriate enforcement powers under state law to the Lancaster City-County
Human Relations Commission as set forth in Ordinance No. 28 of 1991; and
WHEREAS, in order to effectuate and accomplish the goals and
objectives as set forth in Ordinance No. 28 of 1991, the County of Lancaster
withdrew from the Lancaster City-County Human Relations Commission and
established a human relations commission under its own jurisdiction with
appropriate enforcement powers as set forth in Ordinance No. 30 of 1991; and
WHEREAS, in order to effectuate and accomplish the goals set forth in
Ordinance No. 30 of 1991, it is necessary for the County of Lancaster to (1) expand
the powers of the Lancaster County Human Relations Commission to provide
procedures, rights and remedies that are substantially equivalent to those provided
in the Fair Housing Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 3601 et seq., for the purpose of
enforcing said Act on behalf of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development; (2) incorporate in said Ordinance certain amendments made to the
Pennsylvania Human Relations Act since the passage of said Ordinance; and (3)
authorize the Lancaster County Human Relations Commission to seek the
necessary authorization from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development to enforce the Fair Housing Act on behalf of said Department, and
enter into worksharing agreements with said Department, the Pennsylvania Human
Relations Commission and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED by the
Board of Commissioners of Lancaster County AND IT IS HEREBY ENACTED AND
ORDAINED BY AUTHORITY OF THE SAME as follows:
Ordinance No. 30 of 1991, dated August ! ". 19:, is hereby amended,
to (1) provide procedures, rights and remedies thai a^c substantially equivalent to
those provided in the Fair Housing Act. as amended. 42 U.S.C. 3601 et seq., for
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the purpose of enforcing said Act on behalf of the U. S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development, (2) incorporate certain amendments made to the Pennsylvania
Human Relations Act since the passage of said Ordinance, and (3) authorize the
Lancaster County Human Relations Commission to seek the necessary
authorization from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to
enforce the Fair Housing Act on behalf of said Department, and enter into
worksharing agreements with said Department, the Pennsylvania Human Relations
Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission as follows:
SECTION

1.

Findings and Declaration of Policy

SECTION

2.

Scope and Application

SECTION 3.

Right to Freedom From Discrimination in Employment,


Housing, Education, Public Accommodations, Lending
Practices and Real Estate Practices

SECTION

Definitions

4.

SECTIONS.

Lancaster County Human Relations Commission

SECTION

Powers and Duties of the Commission

6.

Investigatory Hearings
Problems

SECTION 7.

Related to

Racial

SECTION

8.

Unlawful Employment Practices

SECTION

9.

Unlawful Housing Practices

SECTION

10.

Unlawful Educational Practices

SECTION

11.

Unlawful Public Accommodations Practices

SECTION

12.

Unlawful Real Estate Practices

SECTION

13.

Injunctions

SECTION

14.

Procedure

or Ethnic

SECTION 15.

Retaliation. Encouragement of Unlawful Practices and


Obstruction of Commission Orders Prohibited

SECTION 16.

Enforcement and Judicial Review

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SECTION 17.

Authorization to Receive Donations

SECTION 18.

Penalties

SECTION 19.

Separability

SECTION 20.

Repeal of Inconsistent Provisions of Prior Resolutions


and Ordinances

SECTION 21.
SECTION 22.

SECTION 1.

Right of Action in Court


Effective Date

FINDINGS AND DECLARATION OF POLICY

(a)
The population of the County of Lancaster consists of
people representing a broad spectrum of diversity. The practice or policy of
discrimination against individuals or groups by reason of their race, color, religion,
ancestry, national origin, age, sex, familial status, possession of general education
diploma, handicap or disability or use of a guide or support animal because of physical
handicap because of the handicap or disability of the user is a matter of concern to
the County. Such discrimination encourages domestic strife and social unrest, while
threatening the rights and privileges of all the inhabitants of the County.
Employment discrimination deprives persons of earnings necessary to
maintain decent standards of living, tends to impair the County's productive capacity,
reduces public revenues and contributes to group tensions and conflicts. Housing
discrimination results in overcrowded, segregated areas which tends to promote
substandard, unsafe and unsanitary living conditions. These adverse conditions foster
crime, vice, juvenile delinquency and similar evils which are all detrimental to the
welfare of the County.
Discrimination in educational institutions precludes equal
opportunities. Lack of equal education opportunity impedes the students' abilities to
compete for gainful employment when the educational phase is completed.
Discrimination in places of public accommodation causes humiliation,
embarrassment and is an inconvenience to citizens and visitors alike.
(b)
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the County of
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(k) Render from time to time, but not less than once a year, a
written report of its activities and recommendations to the Board of Commissioners
of Lancaster County.
(1)
Adopt, promulgate, amend or rescind such rules and
regulations, as may be necessary, to carry out the purposes and provisions of this
Ordinance.
(m) Seek the necessary authorization from the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development to enforce the Fair Housing Act and
enter into a work-sharing agreement with the Pennsylvania Human Relations
Commission, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development or
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
SECTION 7.

INVESTIGATORY HEARINGS RELATED TO RACIAL OR


ETHNIC PROBLEMS

(a)
Whenever any problem of racial or ethnic discrimination
or racial or ethnic tension arises, the Commission may immediately hold
investigatory hearings. The place of any such hearings may be held anywhere in
the County that a problem arises. The hearings may be public or private and the
Commission shall have the same powers as provided in this Ordinance for hearings
on a complaint.
(b)
The purpose of the hearings shall be to resolve the
situation promptly by the gathering of all the facts from all interested parties and
making such recommendations as may be necessary. Should the recommendations
of the Commission not be accepted within a reasonable time, the Commission may,
with the consent of the majority of members, on its own behalf initiate a complaint
based upon the findings resulting from the hearings and thereafter the procedure
shall be as set forth in Sections 14 and 16 herein.
SECTION 8.

UNLAWFUL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

It shall be an unlawful discriminatory employment practice, unless


based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or applicable security regulation
established by the United States of America, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or
the County of Lancaster:
(a)
For any employer to refuse to hire any person or otherwise to discriminate against any person with respect to hiring, tenure,
compensation, promotion, discharge, or other terms, conditions or privileges
directly or indirectly related to employment because of race, color, religion,
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ancestry, national origin, sex, age, non-job related handicap or disability or the use
of a guide or support animal because of the blindness, deafness or physical
handicap of any individual or independent contractor, if the individual is the best
able and most competent to perform the services required.
The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to (1) operation of
the terms or conditions of any bona fide retirement or pension plan which has the
.effect of a minimum service requirement; (2) operation of the terms or conditions
of any bona fide group or employee insurance plan; or (3) age limitations placed
upon entry into bona fide apprenticeship programs of two years or more approved
by the State Apprenticeship and Training Council of the Department of Labor and
Industry. Notwithstanding any provision of this subsection, it shall not be an
unlawful employment practice for a religious corporation or association to hire or
employ on the basis of sex in those certain instances where sex is a bona fide
occupational qualification because of the religious beliefs, practices, or observances
of the corporation or association.
(b)
For any employer, employment agency or labor
organization, prior to employment or admission to membership, to elicit any
information or make or keep a record of or use any form of application or
application blank containing questions or entries concerning the race, color,
religious creed, ancestry, age, sex, national origin, past handicap or disability or the
use of a guide or support animal because of the blindness, deafness or physical
handicap of any applicant for employment or membership. Prior to an offer of
employment, an employer may not inquire as to whether an individual has a
handicap or disability or as to the severity of such handicap or disability. An
employer may inquire as to the individual's ability to perform the essential
functions of the employment.
(c)
For an employer, employment agency or labor
organization to publish or circulate or to cause to be published or circulated, any
notice or advertisement relating to employment or membership which indicates any
discrimination because of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, age,
non-job related handicap or disability, the use of a guide or support animal because
of the blindness, deafness or physical handicap of the user.
(d)
For any employment agency to fail or refuse to
properly or refer to employment or otherwise to discriminate against any
because of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, age, non-job
handicap or disability, the use of a guide or support animal because
blindness, deafness or physical handicap of the user.

classify
person
related
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University,

Hahnemann

University,

Thomas

Jefferson

University,

the

Medical

College

of

Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Pennsylvania


College of Optometry, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia University, and
University of the Arts.
(h)

When considering any matter brought before it with respect to any alleged

unfair educational practice based on sex, the Commission shall take into consideration the
educational pro grams offered by the institution and the number of admissions necessary to
maintain programs and departments at educationally and economically feasible levels.
SHCT1ON 1 1.

UNLAWFUL PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS PRACTICES

It shall be an unlawful public accommodation practice for any person being the owner,
lessee, proprietor, manager, superintendent, agent or employee for any place of public
accommodation to:
(a)

refuse, withhold from or deny to any person because of that person's race, color,

religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, handicap or disability, use of a guide or support animal
because of the blindness, deafness or physical handicap of the user or because the user is a
handle)' or trainer of support or guide animals, cither directly or-indirectly, any ol the
accommodations, advantages, facilities, services or privileges, products or goods of such place of
public accommodation;
(b) publish, circulate, issue, display, post or mail, either directly or indirectly, any
written or printed communication, notice or advertisement to the effect that any of the
accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, products, services and privileges of any such place
shall be refused, withheld or denied to any person because of race, color, religion, ancestry,
national origin, sex, handicap or disability, use of a guide or support animal because of the
blindness, deafness or physical handicap of the user or because the user is a handler or trainer of
support or guide animals, or that the patronage of any person of any particular race, color, religion,
ancestry, national origin, sex, handicap or disability, or to any person due to use of a guide or
support animal because of the ' blindness, deafness or physical handicap or because the user is a
handler or trainer of support or guide animals, is unwelcome, objectionable, or not acceptable,
desired or solicited;
(e)

construct, operate or otherwise make available such place of public

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717.731.8184 Phone
717.427-1621 Fax

Stan Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
February 8, 2007
Nelson Brewster
Pennsylvania Attorney Generals Office
Civil Rights Enforcement Section
14th Floor Strawberry Square
Harrisburg. PA 17120
RE:

Complaint received in the Civil Rights Enforcement Section (CRES) on July 21,2006

Dear Mr. Brewster:


In addition to the Complaint that you had received on July 21, 2006, I would like to add the
following Employment related complaints regarding discrimination, and other causes of actions
regarding my Civil Rights1.
Attached are several applications for employment, my resume, and several communications
via email soliciting employment with potential opportunities for employment. As you can see, I have
applied for employment at a wide variety of companies, including the City of Lancaster and the
County of Lancaster. All of these applications occurred from approximately October of 2006 and this
date. I am alleging that due to the fact that I would have accepted any position, even that of a clerk
at both Turkey Hill and McDonalds, I have been subject to a vast array of discrimination towards a
Whistle Blower2, and discrimination3 for my political views and beliefs.

1983 Civil Rights Acts and 18 U.S.C.A. Acts state the following: The underlying purpose of the scheme of
protecting constitutional rights are to permit victims of constitutional violations to obtain redress, to provide for
federal prosecution of serious constitutional violations when state criminal proceedings are ineffective for
purpose of deterring violations and to strike a balance between protection of individual rights from state
infringement and protection from state and local government from federal interference, 18 U.S.C.A. 241,
242; U.S.C.A. Const. Art. 2, 53; Amend. 13, 14, 5, 15, 2: 42 U.S.C.A. 1981-1982, 1985, 1988, Fed.
Rules Civil Proc. Rule 28, U.S.C.A.
In the case of United States v. Holck, 389 F. Supp. 2d. 338, criminal responsibility defines single or multiple
conspiracies by the following: Governments, without committing variance between single conspiracy charges
in an indictment and its proof at trial may establish existence at continuing core conspiracy which attracts
different members at different times and which involves different subgroups committing acts in furtherance of
an overall plan. This illustrates the legal analysis of the 1987 conspiracy to cover-up my International Signal &
Control, Plc., whistle blowing activities.
2

1983 Civil Rights Acts and 18 U.S.C.A. Acts state the following: The underlying purpose of the scheme of
protecting constitutional rights are to permit victims of constitutional violations to obtain redress, to provide for
federal prosecution of serious constitutional violations when state criminal proceedings are ineffective for
purpose of deterring violations and to strike a balance between protection of individual rights from state
infringement and protection from state and local government from federal interference, 18 U.S.C.A. 241,
242; U.S.C.A. Const. Art. 2, 53; Amend. 13, 14, 5, 15, 2: 42 U.S.C.A. 1981-1982, 1985, 1988, Fed.
Rules Civil Proc. Rule 28, U.S.C.A.

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I was denied an application at McDonalds on the Millersville Pike on more than 4 occasions,
and was only allowed to submit an Employment Interest Form. This all occurred over the last 45
days. I was also denied interviews at all places of employment. I had submitted resumes to several
of the more professional employers.
There is no excuse for this behavior given the fact that I have never failed at any business
endeavor in my life. My professional accomplishments are truthful and honest and I challenge you
or anyone to find otherwise.
I hope to hear from you in the very near future. I appreciate your help regarding these
serious allegations.
Respectfully,

Stan J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
Cc:

file
enclosure

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Advanced Media Group


220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
amgroup01@msn.com
717.427-1621 Fax

1984 To 1987
In 1984/85 We had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill,
former President of Citi Group (the largest banking entity in the U.S). We
were one of several associates asked to help advise on the future of Financial
Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the investment industry
at large. Mr. Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American
Express and IDS (Investors Diversified Services). We were at that time a
national leader in the company in delivering Fee Based Financial Planning
Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and
mainstream investors. That concept is now widely held by most investment
advisors.
In 1985/86 We were elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania
Chapter of the International Association of Financial Planners, and helped
build that chapter by increasing membership 3to 4 times. We had personally
retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally syndicated Financial Planner,
Ms. Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major fundraiser.
More than 150 professionals attended the dinner event that was held at the
Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong discussed financial
planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order to
be most effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of
professionals including; brokers, lawyers, accountants, realtors, tax
specialists, estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors. Today, it has
become evident that financial planning was the way of the future. In 1986
executives approached us from Blue Ball National Bank to help them develop
a Financial Planning department within their bank.
In 1985 we developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free
Agent Camp for the Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for
distribution to the teams scouting departments. (See Washington Post
page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were dependant on the team
scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a
strategy of video taping the camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge
to the teams, to all of the scouting departments for teams in all three
leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at that camp by the Ottawa
Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver while J.C. Watts
was one of the leagues most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played
2 years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino was starting quarterback.
We were a Certified Agent for the National Football League Players
Association. Gene Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some
helpful hints for my camp, while we were at a Conference for agents of the
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associated it with other camps that were questionable about their practices.
Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended many
other camps around the country that were not very well organized and
attracted few if any scouts. We had about 60 participants, with one player
coming from as far away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster Catholic,
with a professional production company filming the entire camp, while I did
the editing and produced the video. The well respected and widely acclaimed
professional football scout, Gil Brandt, of the Dallas Cowboys, had given me
support for my camp during some conversations We had with him and said
he looked forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits. * In 1986
We had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial
services organization comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one
location. We had developed a stock purchase program for where everyone
had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new firm. FMG had financial
planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability
insurance services, tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our
corporate headquarters in Lancaster. In one year, we had 24 people on staff,
had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and several satellite offices in
other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our
advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not
include the fees from the other professionals. We had acquired our own
Broker Dealer firm and were valued at about $3 to $4 million.
In 1987 We had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a
company that was funded by a major banking firm in Houston Texas. We
had the capability to finance projects from $3 to $100 million dollars. Our
terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received solicitations
from developers across the country. We were also very attractive to
companies that wanted to raise capital that include both debt and equity.
Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding through private
placements, and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We had
secured refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and
were in the midst of replacing the current loan that was with Commonwealth
National Bank. We had meetings and discussions with Drew Anton of the
Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt portfolio. We also had a
number of other prominent local developers seeking our competitive funding,
including Owen Kugal, High Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of
The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We were constantly told that
our financing packages were more completive than local institutions.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York retained me as executive
producer of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to
be delivered in a digital format; the first of its kind. We had originated the
marketing for the technology, and created the concept for the Power Station
Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would follow the copyright and
marketing formula of the DOLBY technology trademark. We had also created
and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market
to the recording industry featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda,
Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead patent law firm
that We had retained for the project. Power Station Studios was the

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brainchild of Tony Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by


Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station Studios was one of the
leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible for developing
Bon Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce
Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper, Talking Heads, Madonna, The
Ramones, Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station Studios
had produced the original Sound Track for the original Star Wars motion
picture. It was released for distribution and was the number one Sound Track
recording of its time. Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and
researching different aerospace technologies. * We had developed and
authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in delivering
the Digital Movie and its related technologies to the marketplace. The
venture was to include the commercialization of technologies, which Tony
Bongiovi had developed for the recording industry simultaneously with the
release of the Digital Movie. I also created the concept for the PSDMS
trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo for the technology, similar to
the DOLBY sound systems trademark. The acronyms stand for the Power
Station Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering
digital movies on a portable medium, a compact disc.
1988 To 1998
In 1989 We had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5
or 6 U.S. domestic companies that had the capability to manufacture CDROM's. We did business with commercial companies, government agencies,
educational institutions, and foreign companies. I performed services and
contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National Institution of
Standards & Technology (NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the Defense Mapping
Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore
Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others. I also was
working with R.R, Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various
interactive mapping technologies, which is now a major asset of Map Quest.
Map Quest is the premier provider of mapping software and applications for
the internet and is often used in delivering maps and directions for Fortune
500 companies. We had arranged for High Industries to sell American Helix,
the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly. We had brokered a deal
and the executives from Donnellys Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster
to discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility
located in the Greenfield Industrial Park.
1990 - 1991
We had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the
governments technology think tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards
& Technology). I co-authored the article Escaping
the Unix Tar Pit with a scientist from NIST that was published in the
magazine DISC, then one of the leading publications for the CD-ROM
industry. Today, most all call centers deploy that technology whenever you
call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in all types of
applications involving telecommunications.

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In 1991 We were elected to People to People International and the Citizen


Ambassador Program, which was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower
in 1956. The program was founded to To give specialists from throughout
the world greater opportunities to work together and effectively communicate
with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-face
scientific, technical, and professional exchanges throughout the world. In
1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State Department established a
non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were scheduled
to tour the ***iet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and
publishing technologies with scientists and technicians
around the world.
1993
We were retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was
responsible for saving the company from a potential bankruptcy. At that
time, due to several unpaid contracts, the company was facing extreme
pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We were
responsible for implementing computerized accounting, accounting and
contract policies and procedures, human resource policies and procedures,
marketing strategies, performance measurement reporting, and negotiate for
the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially
problematic, since it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public
contracts. The Bank of Lancaster County demanded a complete accounting of
the operations in order to stave off a default on the notes and loans it was
holding. We essentially revamped the entire operation. Within 3 years, the
company realized an increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its previous years,
and record revenues.
1998
We had began to administer the charity giving of Toms Project Hope, a nonprofit organization promoting education and awareness for mental illness and
suicide prevention. We had provided funding for the Mental Health Alliance of
Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The 24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline),
The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable organizations and faith
based charities.
1999 to 2005
In 1999 We contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of
strategies to counter the effects of the global Y2K threat to the worlds
computer technologies. We attended the U.S. Sponsored Y2K symposium and
Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Senate Y2K Subcommittee
and Senator William Bennett. * In 1999 We developed a comprehensive
business plan to develop the former Sprecher Brewery, known as the
Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan
was developed in conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic
Development Plan for the Revitalization of
Downtown Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the
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In 2000 to 2002 We developed an array of marketing and communication


tools for wholesalers of the AIM Investment Group and managed several
communication programs for several of the company wholesalers throughout
the United States and Costa Rica. We also began a Day Trading project that
lasted until 2004 with success.
In 2004 We embarked on our past endeavors in the music and
entertainment industries with an emphasis on assisting for the fair and
equitable distribution of artists rights and royalties in the fight against
electronic piracy. We have attempted to assist in developing new business
models to address the convergence of physical and electronic mediums; as it
displaces royalties and revenues for those creating, promoting, and
delivering a range of entertainment content via wireless networks.
We also began our philanthropic endeavors working with such organizations
as ONE.org, Livestrong.org, WoundedWarriors.org, The Clinton Global
Initiative, Lancaster Convention Authority, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce,
Toms Project Hope, People to People International, GlobalWarming.org,
Contact Lancaster/24 Hour Suicide Hotline, Schreiber Pediatric Center, and
others.

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Ifcontacted, you will be required to complete an employment application. llyou would rother

submit on opplicotion now, ask for one of the front counter Return completed opplimtion fo 0
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Application for Employment

Weis Markets is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and will not discriminate against an applicant
or employee on the basis of actual or perceived age, sex, sexual orientation, race, coior, creed, religion, familial status,
ethnicity, national origin, alienage or citizenship, disability, marital status, military or veteran status, or any other legally
recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. Applicants with a disability
may be entitled to reasonable accommodation under terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or
local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the way things are normally done which will ensure an equal
employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on Weis Markets. Please inform a Company representative if
you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.
This application will remain active for 60 days, after 60 days, you must reapply for further consideration.
DATE

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY


(USE PEN ONLY)

ADDRESS

TELEPHONE (

12

bast

area code

f%Km~k
street

Are you under the age of 18? Y E S G A O

middle initial

AT.

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baa6
number

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fir

NAME

SOCIAL SECURITY NO. $00

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state

If yes, please state your age

Are you legally authorized to work in the United States? Y E S ~ N O


(If hired, verification will b e requlred consistent wlth federal law)

Have you ever been convicted of a felony which has not been expunged or sealed by a court?

YESO
NO R

E C O R ~

You should answer "no record" if a conviction has been sealed or expunged or otherwise statutorily eradicated. If
you checked yes, please explain below. If more space is required, please use separate sheet. A criminal conviction wlll not necessarily be a bar to employment. To help us evaluate your application, please describe the
nature of the crime and your subsequent rehabilitation.

How were you referred to us? ~ d v e r t i s e m e n t n Weis employeen Walked in&hooln


Employment A g e n c y 0

State Employment Office[?

Other0

(specify)

Position($ applied for


Wages desired? $

u\/l

Date you can start

per hour, or $

MU^

manthldaylyear

per week

We are a 7-day-a-week business with emphasis on nights and weekends. Please indicate your availability below:
Full T i m e w Part T i m e 0

(How many hours?

~ a ~ s~ v
me n i n ~ s~mi ~ h t ~
s eBe k e n d s B
Put the specific hours (Fromno) you are available for work in the boxes below. (Leave the box empty if you are not
available at all that day and write " A under any day you are "available" all that day without any scheduling restrictions.)
SUN

MON

TU E

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

From (AMIPM)
To (AMIPM)

Form #45

Revised 6-1-04

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Name and location of school


Hlgh School or GED
L.P. d.5
NAME:
ADDRESS LhUhCb
College or Un~vers~ty
NAME: IZA 1-a~ 0
ADDRESS tt.i r
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Other (Spec~fy)
NAME:
ADDRESS

Circle highest year


comoleted

Graduated

10

11

YES

FR SO

A3

YES

DegreelMajor

&y

NO

YES
NO

NOE
If yes, name and location of school

Are you now enrolled? Y E S ~

Availability during school vacations:

FULL^ PART^

NONE

Other education, training, skills or hobbies relevant to employment cons~derat~on

'Beginning with the most recent employment, list the last four employers (including military service) or cover at
least a seven year period, whichever is longer. Use separate sheet if necessary.
C rent or Most Rec nt Employer
From
To
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State

MO.

Y r.

Ending

Supervisor's Name

Zip
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I

Job Title and Duties

*ALL employment Information above must be completed in full for your application to be considered.

In the past seven years have you ever been discharged, suspended or asked to resign by an employer? YES

NOD

If yes, give employer name, date of action, and reason

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NOW

Have you ever worked for us? YES


If yes, and not included above, give dates employed, position. any other name used and reason for leavingMay we contact your present employer at this time for a reference? YES@NO@
For the purpose of verifying information on this application, have you ever worked or attended school under a different name at any of the organizations you have listed? Y E S O

NOW

If yes, specify name

List two professional references familiar with your work ability (exclude relatives)
me (not

related to you)

Full Name (not related to you)

1-

Address

ate

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6Lertti
street

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Phone

Phone
How acquainted and far haw ,ng?

ZIP

Occupation

3$3-01 b o

ZIP

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.

x-4L-3

PLEASE READ THESE STATEMENTS OVER CAREFULLY AND INITIAL EACH PARAGRAPH BEFORE SIGNING AT THE BOTTOM
nave dlscosed all infarnht :r-a- s 'eevant and should be consldered applicable to my candidacy for employment.
4 C lnltials

- -.;.tand, where permissible under applccable state and local law, I may be subject t o apre-employment drug test after
....
=.- . - 3 a conditional offer of empioyment. and must receive a negative result before being permitted to commence
-AS.-

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{nitiais

<--?-tand, where permissible under applicable state and local law, I may be subject to a pre-employment medical

ex--::.6

lation after receiving a conditional offer of employment, and must meet the qualifications for the position,
r; without reasonable accommodation, before being permitted t o commence work with Weis Markets.

S4 C _ initials

-ereby certify that the information given by me is true in all respects. I authorize Weis Markets and its representatives
contact my prior employers and all others 'or the purpose of verification of the Information I have supplied and
release same from any liability resulting 'ram !he rfsr-natlon reieased. I authorize employers, schools and other
persons named an this appilcat~onto prcvde any lnformation or transcripts requested.
!

10

I expressly understand and agree that, if employed, my employment, having no specified term, is based upon mutual
consent and may be terminated at will, with or without cause, by either party (the employer or me) without prior
notice to the other, unless otherwrse prohibited by law.

bJ

lnitials

SJ C-

I understand that no representation, whether oral or written, by any representative or agent of Weis Markets, at any time,
can constitute an implied or expressed contract of empioyment. I further understand no representative or agent of
Weis Markets, has the authority to enter into an agreement for employment for any specified period of time or to make
any change in any policy, procedure, benefit or other terms or condition of employment other than in a document signed
by the Dlrector of Human Resources or hislher authorized representative.

Initials

Inithis

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FOR MARYLAND APPLICANTS ONLY:

Maryland lie detector law - "Under Maryland law, an employer may not require or demand, as a condition of employment, prospective

I employment, or continued employment, that an individual submit to or take a lie detector or similar test. Any employer who violates this proI vision is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine not exceeding S100."
I

I Acknowledgment of Maryland Lie Detector Law:

I
I
I

iI

Date
Maryland allplioants signature required

I certify, under penalty Of Perjury, that all of the above information is true and complete, and I understand that any falsification
or omission of information may result in denial of employment or, if hired, may result in termination regardless of the time
lapse before discovery.

SJc

lnltials

Note: An offer of employment is conditioned upon complying with Weis Markets' requirements including, but not limited to signing a Consent to
Conduct an Investigation.

MY

SIGNATURE IS EVIDEN

TH THE ABOVE STATEMENTS

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Appltcant's signature
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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LANCASTER COUNTY


MARK M. DALTON

OFFICE OF
DISTRICT COURT ADMINISTRATION

DMctEavrt Administrator

THOMAS N. WEAVER; ESQUIRE


Depuiy Dlstrlct Court bdrninlntrator

Fourth Floor, New Courthouse


50 North Duke Street, PO Box 83480
Lancaster, PA 17608-3480
Phonc 717-299-8041
Fax: 717-295-3599
www.co.lancaster.pa.lrslcou~s

FAY E. BINZEN
Assistah4 Distrld Court Adminfstratw - Civil

RUSSELL A. GLASS
Assistant Dlstrlct Court Mminist@~r- Criminal

PREfAlAL SERVICES AND


BAIL ADMINISTRATION
DANIEL D.SCARBERRY

ELIZABETH A. GLITHRIDGE
Asslslsnt Dlstrict Court Adrninllrator Humsn R#soure~scaYP~rchastng

Bail Administrator

Second Floor, Old Courthouse

BEVERLY A. KIRBY
Assislanl DisMct C~urtAdmlnlstiator -

Phone: 717-295-3584

Judicial lnformatioo Systems

Fax: 717-295-3625

Stan Caterbone
1250 Fremont Street
kincaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Dear Mr. Caterbone:

Enclosed please &d your Application to the Court of Common Pleas for the
Appointment as Republican County Commissioner and your resume which you hand delivered to
the Court Adminishation Office on Tuesday, January 23,2007. 1am retunkg these documents
to you because as required by the aunou11cementof position vacaucy
(www.co.lancsteraaus/wurts) you must also include a statement of your goals and objectives
and a signed criminal background investigation waiver. All these documents must be delivered
in one package and must include twelve (12) copies. I also note that you checked the box
indicating that you were not a member ofthe Republican party which is a requirement to be
considered for the forthcoming Commissioner vacancy.

Mark M.Dalton
District Court Administrator

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COUNTY OF LANCASTER
APPLICATION TO THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR APPOINTMENT AS REPUBLICAN

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Stan

NAME Caterbone
PRESENTADDRESS

M<

1250 F r e m o n t S t r e e t

PA

Lancaster

9,REC.

C8,"

$83,439

SALARY:

01/23/2007

DATE
-RST

LLST

DATE YOU CAN START

HAVE YOU BEEN PREVIOUSLY EMPLOYED BY THECOUNN?U

17603

S,*,G

X\PCODC

0211412007

NO. IF YES LIST:


DEPARTMENT

NAME AND

EDUCATION

HIGH
SCHOOL

YEARS

LOCATION OFSCHOOL

DATTCMPLOYTD

DIPLOMWDEGREE

COMPLETED

COURSE OF STUDY

Lancaster Catholic H i g h School

College Prep

Millersville University

Bachelor of
Schience Business

Computer S c i e n c e

Administration

Administration

COLLEGE
UNDERGRADUATE

.....

and Business

GRADUATE

OTHER POST HIGH


SCHOOL

LIST PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS. LICENSES. APPRENTICESHIPS, SPECIALIZED TRAINING, OR FOREIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS:

Life Insurace, NASD series 7.22

REFERENCES: GIVETHE NAMES OF 3 PERSOW

II

~
~

NOT RELATEDTO YOU. WHOM IOU HAVE KNOWN AT LEASTONE YEAR

I
NAME

I
PHONE NO.

ADDRESS

II

I
BUSINESS

RELATIONSHIP

Dale High

High Industries, Greenfield Park, Lancaster. PA

-High I n-d u s t r i e s .

Joint
.Former
.
-

John Garafolo

Gaithersburg. MD

National Institute

Former Proiect

Robert

I
111

Kauffman

1755 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

I Primier

Financial

I Former Partner. 1

THECOUNNISAN EQUALOPPORTUNITYEMPLOYERANDDOESNOTUNLAWFULLY DISCRIMINATE IN EMPLOYMENT. NO QUESTION ON THIS


APPLICATION IS USED F O R M E PURPOSE OF LIMITING OR EXCLUDING ANY APPLICANT FROM CONSIDERATION FOR EMPLOYMENT ON A
BASIS PROHIBITED BY LOCAL. STATE. OR FEDERAL LAW. EQUAL ACCESS TO EMPLOYMENT SERVICES AND PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE
TO ALLPERSONS. APPLICANTS REQUIRING REASONABLE ACCOMMODATlONTOTHEAPPLlCATlON AND/OR INTERVIEW PROCESSSHOULD
CONTACT THE COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE.

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Caterbone

0112312007

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE - I n c l u d e a n y j o b r e l a t e d m i l i t a r y service assignments a n d v o l u n t e e r activities.

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I
PHONE NO.

All Inclusive

I
RE&SON FOR LEAVING

SUPERVISOR NAME

I
EMPLOYER
NAME/ADDRESS

STARTING MOIYR

Pflumm Contractors, Inc.

JOB TITLL:

ENDINGMOIYR

0111998

0111994

Controller

108 DUTIES:

Management Consultant, MIS, Controller


REASON FOR LEAVING

SUPERVISOR

PHONE NO.

Forced to Resign

717-872-72 Mr. David Pflumm


I

EMPLOYER
N&ME/ADDRESS

STARTING M O I Y R

108 TITLE:

ENDiNG MOIYR

0111986

Financial Management Group, Ltd.

1111988

Executive Vice P r e s i d e n t , President of

JOB DUTIES:

PHONE NO.

REASON FOR LFAYINC

SUPERVISOR

-5-F

In Current Federal Litigation

EMPLOYER
NAME/ADDRESS

STARTING M O I Y R

PHONE NO.

JOB TITLE:

ENDING MD/YR

Founder, Management, Secretary FMG,


President FMG Advisory. Joint Ventures,
Commercial Mortgage Banking. Financial
Planner

JOB DUTIES:

REASON FOR LEAVING

SUPTRYISOR

CONVICTED OF, PLEAD G U l L N TO OR RECEIVED DEFERRED ADJUDICATION FOR A MISDEMEANOR OR A


OVESI F YES, PLEASE EXPIAIN

2) ARE YOU A REGISTERED ELECTOR OF LANCASTER C O U N N ?

YES

NO

3)

CAN YOU PROVIDE DOCUMENTATION O F ELlGlBlLlrYTO WORK I N THE UNITED

4)

M A Y W E CONTACTYOUR PRESENT EMPLOYER PRIOR TO

5 ) ARE YOU A MEMBER O F THE REPUBLICAN PARTY? 0 YES

I HEREBY GIVE THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER AND THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS THE RIGHTTO MAKE A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION
INTO MY PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND REFERENCES.

I RELEASE FROM LlABlLlN ALL PERSONS, COMPANIES,

AND

CORPORATIONS SUPPLYING SUCH INFORMATION AND INDEMNIN AND HOLD HARMLESS THE COUNN OF LANCLSTER AND THE
COURTOF COMMON PLEAS FROM ANY LIABILITY WHICH MIGHT RESULT FROM SUCH AN INVESTiGATlON.

I UNDERSTAND THAT ANY FALSE ANSWERS,

STATEMENTS OR REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY ME IN THlS APPLICATION AND ANY AND

ALL ACCOMPANYING PAPERWORK SHALL CONSTITUTE SUFFICIENT CAUSE FOR REMOVAL FROM OFFICE AND/OR PENALTIES UNDER

18 PA CONS.STAT.,
SECTION 4904 RELATED TO THE UNSWORN FALSIFICATION TO AUTHORITIES. I UNDERSTANDTHAT
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THIS APPLICATION ORTHE GRANTING OF AN INTERVIEW IS INTENDED TO CREATE AN OFFER OF
APPOINTMENTTOTHE APPLIED FOR POSITION.

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Application to the Court of Common Pleas for appointment as Republican County Commissioner
Instructions
Use this application to apply for county commissioner for the County of Lancaster
To begin, click mouse in 'Last Name' box and begin typing.
Use tab to move to next box, use shiftltab to movc to previous box
Left click mouse or press Entcr to chcck or uncheck box.
All 4 digits of a year must be shown in a date.
Please he aware that you will not be ab!e to save the completed application as a computerized
file.
When you finish cntcring data, be sure to read the information directly above the
signature line. Please understand that by signing the form you state that the infoni~ation
IS correct; authorize the County of Lancaster and the Court of Comrnon Pleas to investigate your
employment and educational background; and understand that the application does not create an
employment contract between you and the County of Lancaster.
Plcasc sign and date the application and send both pages and any accompanying paperwork to:
Court of Common Pleas
Mark Dalton, District Court Administrator
50 North Duke Street
P.O. Box 83480
Lancaster, PA 17608-3480

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Kunzler & Co. Inc.

EMPLOYMENT
APPLICATION

640-662 Manor Street


P.O. Box 4747
Lancaster, PA 17604

we ere an Egust oppnunity Employer. It is our miicy to abide by slt Federal. State, and iosai laws concerning dissrimination in empioymenl
N~ question in this appiication is intended to elicit informationi n vioiation of any rucn law nor will any information obtained in response to any
questson be used in violation of any svch law.
Last Name

a00-%-om

~ome
Phone

J&G&#NT

S W ~nstate
M

(
ZIP

Db03

For (If rpplisant responds "ANV, appiisrlion will NOT be considered further)

I
I

were you previously employed by this organization?

now

PJ~A

tong a! ~ r e s enodress?
l

Wages

Elpested

Department

&

Yes, Date@)

Sm8a1 ~ C U INO
IIY

F8nl

Position Appiying

I- 22-d
7
- -

Street Addless

CltY

D~~~

Relationsnip

Name

List any rqlatives or friands working for


thrs organlzatlon

I
1 In case of accident notify

1 Phone

Name and L o c a t i o n of School

GRADUATE
SCHOOL

Yes
No

Have you served an apprenticeship?

Type or Trade

HOW Long?

Yes

When did YOU serve?

Where did you serve?

--

Mechanical and/or Technical Experience (Describe any and all qualifications):

Have you been convicted of a crime in the past 10 years, excluding misdemeanors and summary offenses, which has not been annulled, expunged, or sealed
by a court? (A conviction record will not necessarily be a bar to employment.)
Yes

If "yes," please describe in full detail:

Can you verify your legal rights to work in the U.S. by providing a birth certificate, proof of U.S. Citizenship, or by some other means?
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NO

EXPERIENCE

- L i s t Present a n d F o r m e r Employers f o r last 10 years b e g i n n l n t w i t h most r e c e n t .

NAME AND ADDRESS

Aa,,wwfiMk 66
2-24 se- Lk.c&i

11-4

ni? 6-

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$7&

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34iE

STAPTE?

REASON FOR
LEAVING

LEF~

jcl LICI(.AT~W

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May we contact the above employers? d e s

LAST
WAGES

DESCRIBE YOUR WORK

SUPERVISOR

OF COMPANY

14

L-

C I J W

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,tutkr

If "No," indicate which one@)you do not wish us to contact.

Additional Remarks:

APPLICANT'S CERTIFICATION

- Please read c a r e f u l l y before signing.

I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the answers given by me to the foregoing questions and the statements made by me in this
application are correct and complete. I understand that misrepresentation or omission of facts in this application may result in my discharge.
If employed, i understan
be governed by any exp
Applicontls Sipn~ture

Interview?

gree that such employment may be terminated at any time, without prior notice, and that my employment will not
or i m p l i m t r a c t by(Js aywill.

/-aa-u?
M
U
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DO #of WRITE BELOW - FOR COMPANY USE ONLY
/

1 Date

I
Yes

No

Hour

Date

R e s u l t s o f Interview:

Acceptable for Employment?


lntewlewed By

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Yes

No

Starting Rate
Date

Approved By

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Starting Date

Shift
Date

08/27/2007

Please Print Clearly

Select Security

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION
Date of Application:

/o

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2m&

This company is an equal oppomnity employer and will not discriminate in the hiring process on the basis of sex, religion, race, color, a;
ancestry or handicap.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Social Security No.

2m -%-oW7
Home Phone

(749 431 -8/&f

&SF?-)

Business Phone

(7/3 f31-@'8$

EMPLOYMENT INTEREST
ry Desired:

/
Date you can start?
Work Status Desired

Can you work overtime if necessary?


Full Time

Are you available to work: Overtime-

Part Time

If Pan Time, Number of Hours

Weekends-

Yes

No
Temporary

Shifts

" *.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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Other special training or skills (languages, machine operation, licenses, etc.)

,?56---,@6

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY (list below last three employers, starting with last one first)

-5GF

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Company Name

Employed (state Month and Year)


From
To

Address &Telephone

Pay or Salary

State Job Title and Describe Your Work

Reason for Leaving

Company Name

Employed (state Month and Year)


From
To

I
Address &Telephone

Pay or Salary

State Job Title and Describe Your'Work

Reason for Leaving

Company Name

Employed (state Month and Year)


From
To

Address & Telephone

Pay or Salary

State Job Title and Describe Your Work

Reason for Leaving

MILITARY SERVICE RECORD


Have you served in the U.S.Armed Forces?

yes

Date of Entry
Date of Discharge
Indicate service school attended or special training received

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Final Rank
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DRIVING HISTORY

'

(Answer ONLY if you arc applying for aDriving-related position)


Do you currently have a valid driver's license? Yes
If yes, in what State/Counrry:

No
Driver LicensenD Number:

Have you had your driver's license suspended or revoked in the past (3) years?
If yes, explain:

Yes

No

Do you currently have any restrictions on your driver's license?


If yes, explain:

GENERAL
Have you ever applied for e m p l o y n e n t with this company before?

fl

Have you been employed by Select Security in the past?

Yes

Are you authorizcd to work in the United States?


US Citiz
Indicate how you are authorized:

Yes

lfyes, when

:&anent

Resident

Other

Are you I8 years of age or older?

Have you been convicted of a crime (which has not been annulled or sealed by a court) during the past 7
other dishonesty, rape, murder, assault or other violence, or the sale or possession of illegal drugs? Yes
If yes, please provide details:

&

involving theft, 6aud or

A conviction record will not necessarily be a barrier to employment at Select Security. All factors, including thc nature of the inkaction,
the date of conviction, the rehabilitation and the job for which you arc applying will be considcred. If yes, provide details:

REFERENCES
Telephone

Years Known

Occupation

-.

AUTHORIZATION (PLEASE M A D CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING)


"1 CERTIFY THAT THE FACTS CONTAINED IN THIS APPLICATION ARE TRUE AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF
hlY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTAND THAT, IF EMPLOYED, FALSIFIED STATEMENTS ON THIS APPLICATION
SIIALL BE GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL.
I AUTHORIzF ISVFSTIGATION OF ALL STATEbIEKTS COVTAINED IIFREIN AND THE REFERENCES AND
F\IPI.OYERS LISTED ABOVE TO GIVE YOU ANY AND ALL INFORI\IATION COSCERYING h N PKEVlOUS
E\lPLOYJIENT AKD ANY PEKTIXEKT LKFORhlATlOPl THEY hlAY I I A m , PERSONAL OR OTHERWISE. AND
RELEASE THE COhIPANY FROM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE THAT RlAY RESULT FROM U T ~ I Z A T I O N
OF
SUCH INFORMATION.

1 ALSO UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT NO REPRESENTATIVE O F THE COMPANY HAS ANY AUTHORlTY TO
ENTER ISTO ANY AtiKEE.\lEKT FOR E>lPLOYhlENT FOR ANY SPECIFILD PERIOD OFTI>IE O R T O hlAKE AKY
,~-\CREE~IEN'I
C O 3 IKARY TO THE FOREGOING, I:NLESS IT IS IX WRITISC ASD SIGNED BY AN AWHOKIZED
COfilPANY REPRESENTATIVE.
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1 UNDERSTAND THAT, AS A CONDITION O F EMPLOYMENT, I MUST BE AUTHORIZED TO WORK

IN THE UNITED
STATES AND DEMONSTRATE THAT AUTHORIZATION AS REQUIRED BY THE IMMIGRATION REFORM &
CONTROL ACT OF 1986.
I UNDERSTAND THAT I F I AM EXTENDED AN OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT WITH SELECT SECURITY, IT WILL BE
COSTINCEST UPOS nly SUCCESSFL.L COMPLETION OF A POST-OFFER PINSICAI. EXAMINATION. I CONSENTTO
HEI.EA3E O t ALL 3lY >IEDICAI, IYFORh1ATION AS > M Y BE NEEDED TO DETER31INF. hlY C,\YARII.ITY TO
PERFOR\l
THE WORK \\'HIGH I k U V E UEES OFFERED. I USDERSTAND THE POST-OFFER PHYSICAL EXAM WILL
lNCLUDE DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENING.

I UNDERSTAND THAT THIS APPLICATION OR SUBSEQUENT EMPLOYMENT IS "AT WILL" AND CAN BE
TERMINATED BY EITHER ME OR SELECT SECURITY AT ANY TIME FOR ANY OR NO REASON.
I K4VE READ, UNDERSTAND, AND BY MY SIGNATURE A

ate

/O

ere
&<

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Turkey Hill Minit Markets, an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate i n hiring or terms a r d conditions of employment because of an
individual's race, religion, color, sex, age, ancestry, n;i:oibi?i origin, marital
status o r disability. Please answer all questions as completely as
possible.YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED ACTIVE FOR SIXTY
(60) DAYS. FOR CONSIDERATION AFTER THATYOU MUST REAPPLY.

?-25?2@ 6

Full Name
Last

Present Address

220 d w

b Qd$FG4

Firs

No 8 Street

,
Phone No. (Day)
social security

-ChVI43-

1?/{3/-f/gy Phone No. (Night)

NO'

~ - 2 s - L6

''-3~2f~ cqc?

ZIP

State

Ctty

If this phone is not your phone, in whose


name IS it listed?

Do you have a valid Penna drivers license? (

)Yes

( W o

If not at least 18 years of age, list date of birth

If under 18, can you submit a work permit? ( )Yes

( ) No

Posltlon desired

Date you can start

4~a-

How many hours per week do you want to work?

Turkey Hill Minit Markets tries t o grant employees' requests regarding availability for work; however, due t o the nature
of our business, employees will be required to work at night, o n weekends, and holidays, sometimes with short notice
and may be requested to work overtime.
Will you work Full time?

Hours availabie

Will you work Saturday?

Holidays?

When?

)Yes

3 or 4 hour shifts?

Are you available to work


Have you ever worked for Turkey Hill Minit Markets? (

2%

L)+%-

Where?

..
Do you have friendsirelatives working for Turkey Hill Minit Markets? ( q ~ e s(

Position?
) No

Where?

))A d E

aok [krdlm

After reading the Physical Capabites Analysis of the job for which you are applying, do you believe that you can
the
essentla functions of that job with or wthout a reasonable accommodation? (Applicants will not necessarily be dsqualified if they
are upable to perform a particuiar job duty.)
f - r t e s I ) No If the answer is No. please list (from the descrption) which duty (duties) you are unabie to perform:
Do you liave transportation? ( Y ~ e s (

) No

If No, please explain

May we contact your present employer for a reference? (

)Yes

) No

Have you been convicted of a criminal offense (except minor traffic offenses)? Convictioli is not necesszrily a bar to employment.
fisweve:. dece@& as to ther existence or falsificaton of their exact nature will result in denial of employment.
! ! Ye$ &yo
If yes. please explain

EDUCATION
Graduated or GED?

Type af

Cjqe Degrees

Elementary

C o i i e g e

What further training or special courses have you had since leavng schooi?

Will you be continuing your education during your employment with Turkey Hill? (
Please check below w
2Retail

t skills you have and indicate:


(Saies)
Grocery Store Background
Cash Register Operation
Calculator
Bookkeeping
T y p i n g WPM
Other Office Machines (please explain)

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)Yes

) No

Where

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DISCLOSURE AND RELEASE


In connection with my application for employment with Turkey Hill
Minit Markets, I understand that consumer reports which may contain
public record information may be requested. These reports may include the following types of information: names and dates of employment, reason for termination of employment, acc~dents,work experience, etc. I further understand that such reports may contain public
record information concerning my driving record, credit, bankruptcy
proceedings, criminal records, etc., from federal, state and other
agencies which maintain such records.
You have the right, upon written request, to receive a written description of the nature and scope of the investigation requested and a
written summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
I authorize, without reservation, any person or entity contacted by
Turkey Hill Minit Markets or its agent or agents t o furnish the abovestated information, and I release any such person or entity from any
liability for furnishing such information.

7-,2&,20) 6

Print Name

Applicant's Signature

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F-

SERVICE IN U.S. AF$jED FORCES


Have you served 111U S Armed Forces? ( )Yes

(&ldWhat branch of the servlce?

Spec~altra~nlngrece~ved

Member of Reserve or Guards( )Yes ( ) No

PERSONAL REFERENCES
Give the names of 3 persons not related to you whom you have known at least 1 year. Do not include previous employers.
Name

I
i /+V/~O&LOW'
2
/JPLo& k?

fi/e

prL4-J

Street Address 8 Town

yC2 9

fl.f.2

Phone Number

h-.

/ ~ c c . ~ a2: 8 h6-e c' E , ~ - ~ s $k a n A c n - a ~ t e d

28
'

/S'LUE / b e ,4340

WORK EXPERIENCE
List all positions, starting with your present or most recent job, including all periods of unemployment and reasons.

Employer

Date Hired

Starting

Srreet Address

Date Separated

Ending

City, State. Zip

Phone

Name and m e of immed,a:e Superwscr

Employer

Date Hired

Starting

Street Address

Date Separated

Ending

City, State. Zip

Phone

Name and Title of Immedicte Supervisor

Have you ever been asked to resign a job or been terminated? ( ) Yes

(&

if yes, please explain

Indicate by number which of the above jobs you liked m o s t . Which of the above jobs did you like l e a s t .
If you used another name during your employment, state the name you used and indicate the company by number

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY -APPLICANT'S CERTIFICATION AND AGREEMENT


I certify that the information I have provided to the foregoing questions is true and correct and no attempt has been made to conceal pertinent lnformation. I
authorize my former employers, schools and personal references to provide any information they may have regarding me. I voluntarily give Turkey Hill Minit
Markets the right to investigate all statements contained in the application. Ifany information given by me in this application is found to be false or misleading, I
will be subject to dismissal at any time during the period of my employment, and I agree to hold this company blameless in that event.
In consideration for my employment by your company. I agree to Conform to the rules and regulations of the company and acknowledge that these rules and
regulations may be changed, interpreted, suspended, withdrawn, or added to by your company at any time, at the company's sole option and without any prior
notice to me.
I further acknowledge that my employment may be terminated, and any offer of employment, if such is made, or my acceptance of an employment offer, if such
is to occur, may be withdrawn, w ~ t hor without cause, and with or without prior notice, at any time, at the option of the company or myself. I understand that no
representative of the company other than the President, and then only in writing signed by him and me, has any authority to enter into any agreement for
employment for any spec~fiedperiod of time or to assure any benefits or terms and conditions of employment, or make any agreement contrary to the foregoing.
I understand that I cannot rely on contrary oral statements.
AS a condition of mv. emDlovment
with Turkev Hill. I aaree that all information which I receive in the course of mv emolovment relatina in anv manner to the
. .
r .,s ness ac: t ' es, r..stomers. i narcla alfa rs, orograms. corcepts or desigrs of T ~ r ~ e
ny are :o oe treated as traoe secrets a10 Kept r con1aence not to oe
a sr 3%: :q arty "I autrortzed person etner n,r ng or aher my emplo)~rent.ur .set b) me r ary mainer aa.%Se to h e n1eres:s of T:wy
h
t .-zt.sta.lu t r l d I..>:! rng co.#tdrlru i?l
118 s clr ~ l ~ yeil 1l +PI c j t 0.1 or 11tne grant r 3 of an i7tenlerr 5 l l t e n i e l to Czeatea1 ernpc)nie '1 n)nlldit Uelneen
- ,, - r i e l ".I!
and myself for either employment or for providing of any benefit.
I acknowledge that a?y offer of employment to me by Turkey M i Minit Markets is contingent upon my timely completion of INS Form 1-9 and producing the
se requirements within the specified time will result in the
proper documents requlred by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. My failure to
termnaton of employment.
I acknowledge that I
~

fhank You For Your Interest id Turkey ~ i lMinit


f
Markets
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Smith Barney
150 North Queen Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Dropped resume off and talked to Office Manager and Abe


Diffenbach, Senior Broker and Manager.

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Ocotober 24, 2006

Stan Caterbone
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 1,7516
Dear Mr Caterbone:
Municipal Building

The City of Lancaster has received your


resume/applicat ion.
You will be notified if the City has any further
interest in your experience and skills. If you are not
notified, your resume/application will be placed in our
active file and will remain active for a period of two
years. Please provide us with any changes of address
and/or phone number in order for us to up-date your
resurne/application.
The City is pleased that you thought enough of our
organization to want to be part of our team.
Sincerelv,

Chief of Human Resources

PO Box 1599 120 N. Duke Street. Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17608-1599


717-291-4711 TDD 717-291-4761 FAX 717-291-4713
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amgroup01@msn.com

Printed: Monday, January 29, 2007 9:09 AM

From :

Stan Caterbone <amgroup01@msn.com>

Sent :

Saturday, October 14, 2006 1:25 PM

To :

info@ncsi.cc, info@infotechpa.com, dpierson@piersoncci.com, ladams2@iCepts.com, kbrown@vertex.net,


davidm@cpcinfo.com, lweaver@tcwcomputers.com, cweaver@tcwcomputers.com, ttrainojr@gfnet.com

Subject :

Media-jInfoTech-Financial Consultant

Attachment :

ResumeOctober52006.pdf (0.25 MB)

For your considerations for hourly or project consulting.


Thank you in advance.
Advanced Media Group
Stan Caterbone
mailto:

amgroup01@msn.com

www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Fax: (717) 427-1621
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220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

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45 Erick Road, Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 397-4246

RRTA

Application for Employment


RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY

Date:

An Equal Opportunity Employer

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Social Security Number:

Name Stan J. Caterbone


Mailing Address 1250 Fremont Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

City

Address

State

Zip

. Are you a United States Citizen? Yes X No

Telephone Number None

EMPLOYMENT DESIRED
Position

Bus Driver

Fulltime

Date you can start Immediately


XXX -Part-Time

Salary Desired

May we inquire of your present employer?


EDUCATION
Name/Address of School

Course

Did you
Years Attended* Graduate?*

High School

Lancaster Catholic High


Julliette Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603

College Prep

1976

College

Millersville University

Business Admin
Computer Science

1980

Other
*The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 prohibits discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are at least 40 but less
than 70 years of age.

MILITARY SERVICE
U.S. Military or Naval Service.

Rank

Membership in National Guard or Reserve .

Rank

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
State

Bus Operator/Mechanic Applicants: Driver License No.

Do you currently have a commercial drivers license? Yes Q


Class ____________________________________________

No Q
Endorsements

Have you had any motor vehicle accidents, moving violations, license suspensions or other violations of the Motor Vehicle Code
within the last ten years? Yes Q
No Q
If yes, list details of violations and/or accidents
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GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS (Continued)


Office Applicants: Please indicate which of the following office equipment you can operate.
Typewriter Q WPM _____ Calculator Q Dictaphone Equipment Q Shorthand/Speedwriting Q WPM
Computer Q

Please list all software used

Other (please specify)


All Applicants:
Have you had any felony or misdemeanor convictions in the last three years? No

No

If yes, please list where, when and type of violation

EMPLOYMENT RECORD
List employers starting with the most recent. Federal regulations require information on all driving jobs held for the
past 10 years including dates of employment and reason for leaving each employer.
Date Month/Year Name/Address/Phone of Employer
Salary
Position
Reason for Leaving
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None
CEO/Owner
From 1998
220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA 17516

From

Present
1994

To

1998

To

Pflumm Contractors,
54 S. Duke St, Millersville,PA 17551

40K

Controller

Hostile Termination Retaliation


For Federal Civil Actions

From

To
From

To
Attach a separate sheet if necessary.

REFERENCES
Name
Robert Kauffman
Michael Caterbone
Mal Brubaker

Address/Phone
1755 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601
122 Swan Avenue, Plantation, FL 33324
835 High Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

Occupation
Years Known
Financial Planner
25
AIM Wholesaler
45
Construction Estimator
14

REMARKS
I authorize investigation of all statements in this application. I understand that misrepresentation or omission of facts called
for is cause for dismissal. Further, I understand and agree that my employment is for no definite period and may, regardless
of the date of payment of my wages and salary, be terminated at any time without previous notice.

Date.

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Signature.

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DL-503 (6-06)

REQUEST FOR
DRIVER INFORMATION

DO NOT SEND CASH


SEE REVERSE FOR INSTRUCTIONS / INFORMATION

PRINT OR TYPE ALL INFORMATION LEGIBLY


CHECK (/) ONE ONLY:
D BASIC INFORMATION: $5.00 FEE (Driver history is not included) [] 3
YEAR DRIVER RECORD: S5.00 FEE [jj 10 YEAR DRIVER RECORD:

D CERTIFIED DRIVER RECORD: $10.00 FEE


Q COPY OF DOCUMENT FROM FILE (MICROFILM): $5.00 FEE

You may obtain a copy of your own 3 Year and/or 10 Year Driving Record on PennDOT'S website at www.dmv.state.pa.us
$5.00 FEE (Employment Purposes Only)
A

Q CERTIFIED COPY OF DOCUMENT FROM FILE: $10.00 FEE


B

REQUESTER INFORMATION

END USER OF INFORMATION BEING REQUESTED

NAME/COMPANY

Red Rose Transit Authority


ADDRESS P.O. Box number may be used in addition to the actual address, but cannot be used as the
only address.

ADDRESS (PO Box not acceptsole), need to provide physics! location of business/residence

45 Erick Road
3ITY

STATE

Lancaster

PA
PHONE NUMBER (REQUIRED)

DAYTIME TELEPHONE

(717)

ZIP CODE

CITY

STATE

ZIP CODE

17601
397-5613

DAYTIME TELEPHONE NUMBER

Safety & Training Mgr.

NUMBER

Lisa M. Marion

D AFFIDAVIT OF INTENDED USE


intended Use of the Information Requested: CHECK ONLY ONE

S1GNATURE
NOTARIZATION NOT REQUIRED WHEN REQUESTING YOUR OWN RECORD

C DRIVER INFORMATION

B = Driver Release (Driver has given written authorization to obtain his/her


record.)
'
C = Credit (In connection with a credit transaction involving the driver.)
E = Employment (To support the hiring or the continuation of employment.
Employer must have driver's signed release on file.)

NAME:
LAST
Caterbone

INITIAL
J.

FIRST
Stan

R = Insurance Company requesting record of person it intends to


insure, now insures, or has rejected for insurance.
K = Court Order must be attached. (A subpoena issued in compliance
with Pa. R.C.P. 4009.21 will be accepted in lieu of a court order).
L = Attorney representing driver identified in Section C (Driver has given
written authorization to obtain his/her record.)

ADDRESS
1250 Fremont Street
CITY
Lancaster
STATE
PA

ZIP CODE
17603

I hereby Certify that

PHONE NUMBER

Li S3 M.

Marion

PRINTED NAME OF REQUESTER

DRIVER NUMBER
18195782
DATE OF BIRTH
MONTH DAY
YEAR

July

15

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

200-46-0959

1958

E DRIVER RELEASE
hereby
request

NAME OF DRIVER

Will use the driver record abstract(s) required pursuant to Section


6114 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code, for the purpose checked
above only and no other reason. This affidavit is filed in compliance
with Section 607 of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. I/We have read
and signed this form after its completion, and I/We swear or affirm
that the statements made herein are true and correct, and that
statement made on or pursuant to this form is subject to the
penalties of 18 PA C.S. Section 4903(a)(2) (relating to false
shall include punishment of a fine not exceeding $5,000, or to a
term of imprisonment of not more than two years, or both.

the Department of Transportation to furnish a copy of my PA Drivers


Record to
NAME OF PERSON/COMPANY

SIGNATURE OF REQUESTER

Safety and Training Manager


SIGNATURE OF DRIVER

DATE

; SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN

F MICROFILM
TYPE OF DOCUMENT

Title

DATE OF
VIOLATION

TO BEFORE ME:

DAY

YEAR

X
SIGNATURE OF PERSON ADMINISTERING OATH

(see list of available documents below)

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Documents Available:
Citations
Suspension Credit Affidavits Court
Certifications
-Suspension/Revocation Letters Applications
-Restoration Letters License Renewals
Rescind Letters
Judgments
Department Hearing or Exam Notice

SIGN IN PRESENCE OF NOTARY

MESSENGER NO.

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RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY

"Release of Information Form - 49 CFR Part 40 Drug and Alcohol Testing"


Section 1: To be completed by new employer, signed by the employee, and transmitted to the
. previous employer:
Employee Printed or Typed Name: ______________________________________
Employee-SS or ID number: __________________________________________

/ hereby authorize release of information from my Department of Transportation regulated drug and
alcohol testing records by my previous employer, listed in Section I-B, to the employer listed in Section I-A.
This release is in accordance with the DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 40, Section 40.25. I understand that
information to be released in Section II-A by my previous employer, is limited to the following DOTregulated testing items:
1. Alcohol tests with a result of 0.04 or higher;
2. Verified positive drug tests;
3. Refusals to be tested;
4. Other violations of DOT agency drug and alcohol testing regulations;
5. Information obtained from previous employers of a drug and alcohol rule violation;
6. Documentation, if any, of completion of the return-to-duty process following a rule violation.
Employee Signature:___________________________________________________ Date: ___________

I-A.
New Employer Name:
Red Rose Transit Authority ______________
Address: ____________ 45 Erick Road ____________________________
____________ Lancaster, PA 17601 ____________________
Phone #: (717) 397-5613
Fax#:
(7171 397-4761 ________
Designated Employer Representative: Lisa M. Marion ________________

I-B.
Previous Employer Name: _____________________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________________________
Phone #: ~~
Fax #:
Designated Employer Representative (in known):____________________________
Section: To be completed by the previous employer and transmitted by mail or fax to the new
employer:
U-A. In the two years prior to the date of the employee's signature (in Section I), for DOT-regulated
testing
1. Did employee have alcohol tests with a result of 0.04 or higher?
YES _____NO X
2. Did the employee have verified positive drug tests?
YES ____NO X
3. Did the employee refuse to be tested?
YES ____ NO X
4. Did the employee have other violations of DOT agency drug
and alcohol testing regulations?
YES ____ NO X
5. Did a previous employer report a drug and alcohol rule
violation to you?
YES ____ NO X
6. If you answered "yes" to any of the above items, did the
employee complete the return-to-duty process?
YES ____ NO______
NOTE: If you answered "yes" to item 5, you must provide the previous employer's report. Ifyouansered
"yes" to item 6, you must also transmit the appropriate return-to-duty documentation(e.g., SAP report(s),
follow-up testins record). II-B
Name of person providing information in Section II-A: ____________________________________
Title: ___________________________________
Phone #:
Date:

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RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY


APPLICANT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF
PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING

In accordance with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration's regulations,
49 CFR Part 40, all prospective employees that will be performing safety-sensitive functions, as defined
in the regulations, must complete and acknowledge the following information in order to be considered
for an available position with RRTA:

PART A

I, Stan J. Caterbone, have not, tested positive for or refused to test, on any
(Name of Applicant)

(Circle one)

pre-employment drug or alcohol test administered by an employer to which I applied for, but did
not obtain, safety-sensitive transportation work covered by DOT agency drug and alcohol testing rules
during the last two years.

PARTB
I understand that as part my application for employment I must successfully complete a pre-employment
drug test. I understand that a negative test result is required before I will be considered for hire.

May 29, 2007


Signature of Applicant

Date

*PLEASE COMPLETE THE ATTACHED RELEASE OF INFORMATION FORM ON


REVERSE SIDE FOR EACH EMPLOYER WITHIN THE PRIOR TWO YEARS.
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Jersey Mike's Subs - Franchise Information - Franchise Application Form

1 of 1

Most Frequently Asked


Questions
regarding Jersey Mike's

As of:

http://www.jerseymikes.com/franchise/apply.html

09/08/05

MM/DD/YY

# of Units

Liquid Assets/Net Worth

Franchise Fee

1 Unit

$75,000/$175,000

$18,500

Complete the form for: (1) each proprietor, or (2) each limited partner who owns 10% or more interest and each general partner, or (3) each
stockholder voting stock and each corporate officer and director, or (4) any other person or entity providing a guaranty on the loan.

Name (full legal)

Stan Caterbone

Date of Birth:

07/15/58

Residence Address

220 Stone Hill Road

City, State & Zip Code

Conestoga

Business Phone:

717-799-5915

Residence Phone:

717-799-5915

E-mail Address:

amgroup01@msn.com

Marital Status:

j Married n
k
l
m
n
i Single
j
k
l
m

Spouse Name:

Stan Caterbone

MM/DD/YY

PA

17516

MM/DD/YY

Spouse's Date of Birth:


Years

How long at this residence?

10

Previous address if less than 5


years

220 Stone Hill Road

Current Employer

Advanced Media Group

Position:

CEO, Owner

Date of Employment:

02/02/1987

Address

220 Stone Hill Road

City, State & Zip Code

Conestoga

MM/DD/YY

To:

PA

MM/DD/YY

09/08/05

17516

1. Are you a partner or officer in any other venture?

No

Yes

If YES, explain:
2. Have Bankruptcy Proceedings ever been instituted by or against you?
If YES, explain:

Chapter 11, US Eastern District Court

3. Which two people would attend the 8-10 week


training program?
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Name:

Stan Caterbone

Phone:

717-799-5915

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9/8/2005 11:58 AM

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Civil Rights Enforcement


15th Floor, Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 787-0822
Fax: (717) 787-1190

2. IF EMPLOYMENT RELATED, WHOM IN MANAGEMENT HAVE YOU INFORMED OF YOUR


COMPLAINT?
DAVID PFLUMM; PFLUMM CONTRACTORS, INC., FEBRUARY OF 1998
WHAT ACTION WAS TAKEN?
NONE
3. DO YOU KNOW OF ANY OTHER INDIVIDUAL (S) WHO HAS BEEN TREATED THE SAME OR
RECEIVED SIMILAR TREATMENT?
NO
WHAT HAPPENED TO THESE INDIVIDUALS?
4. DO YOU HAVE ANY WITNESSES TO VERIFY OR CONFIRM YOUR COMPLAINT?
YES
5. DID YOU SUFFER ANY MONETARY LOSS OR LOSS OF BENEFITS? PLEASE EXPLAIN
YES
VARIOUS BUSINESS INTERESTS
1. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP,LTD., AND ALL RELATED OPPORTUNITIES 1987
a. FMG ADVISORY,LTD. REGISTERED INVESTMENT ADVISOR
b. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP,LTD., STOCK AND OPTIONS AND
FRANCHISING OPPORTUNITIES
c. MORTGAGE BANKING OPERATIONS
d. VENTURE CAPITAL OPPORTUNITIES
e. AVIATION CHARTER BUSINESS AND OPPORTUNITIES
2. POWER PRODUCTIONS I DIGITAL MOVIE JOINT VENTURE WITH
a. POWER STATION STUDIOS

1
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b. TONY BONJIOVI 1987


c. FLATBUSH FILMS
3. ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, LTD.,
a. STOCK VALUE
b. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES BUSINESS AND OPPORTUNITIES
c. JOINT VENTURE OPPORTUNITIES WITH
i. AMERICAN HELIX CORPORATION
ii. HIGH INDUSTRIES AND AFFILIATED HIGH COMPANIES
iii. AIM INVESTMENTS AND INVESCO
iv. EXCELSIOR PLACE DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL FOR DOWNTOWN
LANCASTER AND MEEDER GROUP
v. DONNELLY GEO SYSTEMS, LANCASTER,PA
vi. GAMILLION FILM STUDIOS OF HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA
vii. INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS OF HOUSTON TEXAS
viii. PLANNERS SECURITIES GROUP, INC. OF ATLANTA, GA
ix. BENNET WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE OF YORK, PA
x. BECKY AUSTIN OF HOLLYWOOD, CA; MORTGAGE BANKER
xi. MARCY SILEN AND FLATBUSH FILMS OF HOLLYWOOD, CA
xii. SKIP LANGLEY AND EESCOMP OF HARRISBURG, PA
xiii. NETTWERK MUSIC GROUP BEVERLY HILLS, CA
4. PENNSYLVANIA UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS
a. NOVEMBER OF 1987
b. APRIL OF 1998
5. PENNSYLVANIA HOUSING AND FINANCE AGENCY
a. EMERGENCY MORTGAGE FUNDS, NOVEMBER OF 198
b. EMERGENCY MORTGAGE FUNDS , FEBRARY OF 2006
6. PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF WELFARE
a. FOOD STAMPS AND CASH ASSITANCE; May 2005
b. FOOD STAMPS AND CASH ASSITANCE; June 2006
7. PROVIDE THE DATE(S) OF INCIDENT(S): QUESTIONS CONTINUED ON PAGES #70
THE FOLLOWING ARE INCIDENTS AND ACCOUNTS TAKEN FROM OTHER DOCUMENTS
THAT HAVE BEEN PREPARED FOR LEGAL PURPOSES. FOR TIME AND CONVENIENCE
DUE TO THE LIGITATION SCHEDULE OF THE COMPLAINTANT, SOME OF THE INCIDENTS
MAY NOT BE GERMAIN TO THIS COMPLAINT AND SHOULD BE IGNORED. PLEASE
ACCEPT OUR APOLOGIES FOR ANY ERRORS IN EDITING AND FORMATING. ALL
COMMUNICATIONS INCLUDING LETTERS, FACSIMILES AND EMAILS ARE IN ITALICS.
July 2, 1987 - In an effort to continue all efforts and business activities, Stan Caterbone visits the Office
Works, owned and operated by High Industries, to purchase a printer while staying in Stone Harbor.
FMG, Ltd., had an open account, which Stan Caterbone authorized, as an officer of FMG, Ltd.,. The
Office Works demands cash payment and refuses to put the purchase on credit.
July 6, 1987 - In an effort to document the conspiracy theory, Stan Caterbone requests Tom Caterbone
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Caterbone identifies himself as John Green, a client of Stan Caterbone's and Robert Kauffman states the
following: "Stan Caterbone has moved his office to Stone Harbor, NJ.. he is not taking care of business,
and I need to see to it that his clients are taken care of for the time being.. he has been spending a lot of
money, an airplane, a place at the shore, and he seems to think that he is too important for his traditional
clientele.. There is some history of mental disorders in his family history.. I can't come right out and say
that that is what's going on, .. I wish Stan would get some professional help.. However for the time being,
Stan is not taking care of business, and I need to be concerned for his clients.
July 6, 1987 - Stan Caterbone telephones Dr. Al Schulz, psychiatrist at St. Joseph Hospital, and client of
Stan Caterbone's in order to thwart the allegations of insanity. Dr. Al Shulz had disclosed that several
persons, including Mary Lynn Dipaolo and Jere Sullivan had called him concerning Stan Caterbone's
behavior and activities. From the allegations, Dr. Shulz advised that Stan Caterbone was suffering from
illusions of grandeur, and prescribed Lithium treatment, and to return to Lancaster for consultation. Stan
Caterbone insisted that the allegations were purely fabricated, and that no one had any legal right to
interfere with his business and or legal affairs, let alone his confidential medical records.
July 6, 1987 - Stan Caterbone contacts David Drubner, of Boston, Ma, a friend of Stan Caterbone's
brothers Mike, and an attorney. During the conversation, David Drubner questions Stan Caterbone
about "taking some medication", and supports the allegations of insanity.
July 6, 1987 - In the following days, Stan Caterbone had made numerous telephone calls to local, state,
and federal authorities, for intervention and help regarding all of the preceding events and
circumstances. The following is a brief description of each: Manheim Township Police Department,
responded "what bank branch repossessed your aircraft"; Pennsylvania State Senator Gib Armstrong,
responded, "I will call the Pa Attorney General's Office and have them call you; the Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI), the Philadelphia-based field office; U.S. Representative Robert Walker (RPa), a
detailed and explicit conversation with Mrs. Robert Walker, who would only advise Stan Caterbone to put
his situation in writing and submit it to the Congressman in his Washington, D. C. office. In addition:
David Wouls (Executive Vice President of the Lancaster chamber of Commerce & Industry), Stan
Caterbone talked at length, and in detail, making allegations of misconduct with members of the same;
National Association of securities Dealers (NASD), in Washington, D.C., Stan Caterbone discussed the
securities related violations. And also: the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), also in
Washington, D.C., and discussed securities laws violations; the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, of
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positions, including incorporating officer of FMG, Ltd., Stan Caterbone received no support or follow-up
communications concerning all of the above requests, despite his apparent emotional duress, and
extreme situation.
July 8, 1987 - A formal notification of the termination of Stan Caterbone's Registered Representative
Securities license with the Planners Securities Group Inc., of Atlanta, GA is received, with a "cc: Robert
Kauffman".
July 8, 1987 - Stan Caterbone's brothers, Steve, Phil, Mike, and Tom, arrive unexpectedly and uninvited
at the residence of Stan Caterbone's in Stone Harbor, NJ, and refuse to leave until Stan Caterbone
agrees to take Lithium and return to Lancaster to undergo treatment by Dr. Al Schulz, for mental illness.
July 16, 1987 - Stan Caterbone travels to New York, from Boston, MA, to visit with Bob Walters of Power
Station Studios, to discuss the allegations of Blackmail, and to find out who is involved, including Scott
Robertson and Power Station Studios. Stan Caterbone discusses the illegal repossession and other
related matters, however during the conversation, becomes suspicious when Bob Walters and Tony
Bongiovi disclose that the "Digital" Movie project is suddenly suspended until a later time.
July 17, 1987 - Stan Caterbone travels to Hollywood, California to meet and visit with Ted Gamillion and
Gamillion Studios (Film Studio), and Marcia Silen of Flatbush Films. Ted Gamillion had previously
solicited the consulting of Stan Caterbone in order to help reorganize the financing of the film studio, after
earlier arrangements in North Carolina had gone sour. Stan Caterbone had spent several days visiting
and touring the studio. Ted Gamillion agreed to allow Stan Caterbone to represent the studio in order to
secure the required financing. Ted Gamillion provided Stan Caterbone with substantial amounts of
confidential financial, legal, and tax documents for the project. During the visit, Marcia Silen had
disclosed to Stan Caterbone that Scott Robertson had made allegations of insanity about him (Stan
Caterbone) to persons at Power Station Studios and at Flatbush Films.
July 24, 1987 - Michael M. Hartlett sends a letter to all creditors of FMG, Ltd., informing them that stated
the following: Stan Caterbone is no longer an officer of the corporation; he was removed from office on
July 1, 1987; he had been purchasing items under FMG, Ltd., and obtaining corporate discount and
rates; and formally notifying
them that Stan Caterbone had never had the right to purchase items through FMG, Ltd., or make
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July 30, 1987 - Stan Caterbone had paid $600 to Dr. Levine, a Psychiatrist from North field, New Jersey,
for an objective evaluation of his mental state of mind, in order to prove the fabricated allegations of
'insanity". Dr. Levine had conducted a 2 hour meeting in his residence in Stone Harbor, NJ, and required
Stan Caterbone complete the Minneapolis Multiphase Personality Inventory (MMPI). Stan Caterbone
completed the test, immediately returned it to Dr. Levine. After several weeks without any
communications from Dr. Levine, Stan Caterbone had called for the results. Dr. Levine had explained
that he had conducted telephone interviews with members of Stan Caterbone's without notice or
consent, in addition to the original request of Stan Caterbone to conduct an objective and confidential
examination. In addition, Dr. Levine prescribed Lithium drug therapy, and disclosed a diagnosis of BiPolar Mood Disorder.
August 6, 1987 - The legal firm of Appel, Yost & Sorentino, of Lancaster, Pa., send a formal notice to
Stan Caterbone, demanding the return of a facsimile machine leased from the ACM company of
Lancaster, Pa. Attorney Appel advises Stan Caterbone that it is the property of FMG, Ltd., and should be
returned at once or legal action will follow.
August 8, 1987 - John M. Wolf, Executive Vice President of Commonwealth National Bank sends Stan
Caterbone a formal letter advising that the repossession of July 2, 1987 was both lawful and appropriate,
and declines to accept a settlement of $5 million for lender liability violations.
August 10, 1987 - Stan Caterbone receives a facsimile from the Board of Directors of FMG, Ltd., signed
by Robert Long threatening to file criminal charges for "embezzlement (we have checks to prove it),
burglary, employee theft, corporate opportunity and slander against our firm".
August 12, 1987 - Yolanda Caterbone, mother of Stan Caterbone, Steve, Phil, Mike, and Tom
Caterbone, all brothers, arrive unexpectedly and uninvited to the residence of Stan Caterbone in Stone
Harbor. After several requests for the visitors to leave the premises are denied, several brothers refuse
to let Stan Caterbone leave the premises. Stan Caterbone flees, and the brothers chase after him. Stan
Caterbone runs into a neighbors house to ask to use the telephone to phone the police. However, after
realizing that he is scaring the occupants, he flees to the Stone Harbor Police Department, a few blocks
away, in an effort to obtain a restraining order and to lawfully have the unwanted persons vacate his
residence and personal property. Officer Steve Conners and Officer Henry Stanford refuse the request,
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Tom Caterbone, place Stan Caterbone into a Police Cruiser and proceed to the Burdette Tomlin
Hospital, in Stone Harbor. Upon arriving, Stan Caterbone is interrogated and questioned extensively
about a "gun". A hospital staffer then accuses Stan Caterbone of an attempted suicide and keeps him in
custody for 4 or more hours. Another hospital staffer performs an extensive mental health evaluation.
Stan Caterbone is given an ultimatum of signing a contract in order to be released form the hospital, the
contract stated: "I Stanley J. Caterbone will not take my life tonight or at anytime".
August 14, 1987 - The same family members again arrive unwanted at the residence of Stan Caterbone
in Stone Harbor, NJ. After another confrontation, similar to the incident of two evenings before, Stan
Caterbone fleas to the Avalon Police Department for another attempt to get a restraining order. However,
en route, just a few blocks from the Avalon Police Station, an Avalon Police cruiser pulls Stan Caterbone
over and arrests him for the following violations:
1. Driving Beyond the speed limit.
2. Driving an unregistered vehicle (all required registration materials were in Lancaster, PA)
3. Containing an empty beer can in his vehicle (which was at .1 east three days old)
In addition, the Avalon Police Department repossessed his car and locked it in the Avalon Police
Department Compound, which was his only means of transportation and communication by car phone.
August 24, 1987 - Robert Kauffman sends a letter to Millard Johnson, Stan Caterbone's client, regarding
his previous intentions of paying the $25,000 demand note of Stan Caterbone to Millard Johnson. Robert
Kauffman had previously promised to pay the debt to Millard Johnson during a meeting. Robert
Kauffman, told Millard Johnson to contact the FMG, LTD., attorney, Craig Russell in order to file legal
claim, and formally disclosed that he would: no longer handle any discussions concerning Stanley J.
Caterbone. In the last paragraph, Robert Kauffman discloses that "attorney Mr. Patterson, no longer
represents the Caterbone family regarding his pending bankruptcy or guardianship".

Notes: Stan

Caterbone never gave any legal jurisdiction or rights to any family member, has never filed for
bankruptcy, was not bankrupt, or even knew of an attorney named Mr. Patterson.
September 3, 1987 - Robert Kauffman calls detective Larry Sigler or the Manheim Township Police
Department to report an alleged Terroristic threat made two days prior, on September 1, 1987, by Stan
Caterbone between the hours of 9:00 and 1 pm noontime. Detective Larry Sigler issues a warrant for the
arrest of Stan Caterbone with District Justice Murray Horton that was issued at about the same time as
the arrival of Stan Caterbone at Romar Aviation. At approximately 3:00 pm Mary Lynn Dipaolo picks Stan
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annoyed at Mary Lynn Dipaolo's unjustified allegations, Stan Caterbone borrows her car to go home to
his residence in Conestoga and to go play basketball. At approximately 7:00 pm, upon leaving the
playground, he is approached by Nancy Arment, FMG, Ltd., secretary, who is elaborated and crying,
asking "why are you doing this?". At approximately 9:00 pm, in an attempt to recover additional stolen
personal and business tiles, Stan Caterbone proceeds to the offices of FMG, Ltd., where he is greeted by
employee Stacy Waters and allowed to enter the building. Stan Caterbone insists that Stacy Walters
accompany him throughout the building as he recovers files in the offices of Robert Kauffman, Michael
Bartlett, and Robert Long. In addition retrieving a Back-Up (FMG, Ltd, records and communications)
copy of the computer system which he integrated. Upon leaving, Stan Caterbone temporarily disconnect
the systems which he had integrated and developed for FMG, Ltd., which fall under intellectual property
rights. Stacy Walters assists Stan Caterbone in loading the tiles in his automobile, and Stan Caterbone
kisses Stacy Walters goodbye, and awaits for her safe return to the building until leaving. Upon entering
his residence later that night, Stan Caterbone is taken into custody by the Conestoga Police, and
requests that the files that he had taken out of the offices of FMG, Ltd., be taken along to prove his rights
to the property, and his position within the company. Stan Caterbone was then taken to the jurisdiction of
Manheim Township Police, where he is arrested and taken into custody.
September 4, 1987 - At approximately 2:00 am, Stan Caterbone is arraigned before District Justice
Richard R. Reeser for the following charges: Terroristic threats; burglary; unlawful restraint; unlawful use
of computers; theft by unlawful taking; robbery; and criminal mischief. Bail is set at $20,000 and Stan
Caterbone is placed in The Lancaster county prison. He was not permitted to post real estate for bail.
September 5, 1987 - The Lancaster New Era and the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal report the alleged
crimes, reporting that Stan Caterbone is an ax-employee; that FMG, Ltd., sustained $60,000 because of
his actions; and that he threatened 2 female employees. The entire arrests and reports fail to
acknowledge that Stan Caterbone is an individual lessee of the property, and in accordance with law, still
holds all of his offices of PING, Ltd., and is the founder of the company. The above incident further
facilitates the ongoing conspiracy, and publicly discredits Stan Caterbone in every way, financially,
professionally, and most importantly conveniently supports the continued allegations of insanity.
September 9, 1987 - Stan Caterbone is given an ultimatum by the Lancaster county prison authorities,
Robert Bayer, Yolanda Caterbone, and Mary Lynn Dipaolo of posting the required bail only if Stan
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Lancaster County prison. Stan Caterbone is released from Lancaster County prison, and immediately
escorted to St. Joseph Hospital and admitted into the Psychiatric Unit.
September 15, 1987 - Stan Caterbone questions the legality of the ultimatum for posting tail, and upon
learning that it is unlawful, arranges for his discharge - Upon his discharge, the St. Joseph Hospital
administrators learn that FMG, Ltd., had terminated his health insurance, and demand payment of $3,
064.60 for the six days of hospitalization. Stan Caterbone is not able to pay, and leaves the hospital and
returns to his residence of Conestoga, PA.
September 15, 1987 - Stan Caterbone receives an invoice from St. Joseph Hospital for $3,064.00.
September 16, 1987 - Stan Caterbone receives a call from Howard Eisler, an Investigator for the
Pennsylvania Securities Commission who requests a meeting with Stan Caterbone. A meeting is
scheduled for September 29, and Stan Caterbone arranges for Robert Beyer and Millard Johnson to
attend.
September 21, 1987 -ISC and the British Ferranti firm agree in principal to merge, creating what
appeared to be a $1.5 billion defense/electronics conglomerate, after six months of negotiations.
September 29, 1987 - Howard Eisler conducts a meeting at the Residence of Stan Caterbone, with all
parties consenting to have the meeting recorded by Stan Caterbone. Howard Eisler was not able to
provide a believable explanation of what he was investigating or why he had contacted Stan Caterbone.
Stan Caterbone explains all of the circumstances regarding his prior meeting with ISC/Chem Con
executive Larry Resch, and details his allegations of wrongdoing of James Guerin/ISC/Chem Con6 and
the discussions of that meeting on June 23, 1987, with ISC executive Larry Resch. Stan Caterbone also
discloses his ISC stock holdings, and his relationships with ISC and Chem Con associates. Millard
Johnson testifies to Howard Eisler during the meeting regarding a previous meeting in August with
Robert Kauffman, where Robert Kauffman tried to persuade Millard Johnson to fabricate a story that a
legitimate personal loan of $25,000 to Stan Caterbone in June of 1987, was instead intended for
investment and embezzled by Stan Caterbone. Robert Kauffman wanted Millard Johnson to support this
story to authorities. Stan Caterbone spent more than 4 hours explaining and detailing all of his
allegations and business activities including how he founded and built Financial Management Group,
Ltd.,; his mortgage banking activities; the illegal repossession of his aircraft; all of the fabricated arrests;
and the chronology of events after the June 23 meeting with ISC executive Larry Resch. Howard Eisler
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October 2, 1987 - District Justice Murray Horton conducts a preliminary hearing for all criminal charges
against Stan Caterbone. Attorney Robert Beyer refuses to discuss any issues regarding his individual
lease of the FMG, Ltd., offices, or any issues resulting in the illegal activities of anyone other than Stan
Caterbone District Justice Murray Horton orders Stan Caterbone to defend all of the criminal charges in
the next term of criminal court in Lancaster County. Stan Caterbone ordered to be bound over for the
next term of criminal court of Lancaster County.
October 18, 1987 - The Unemployment Compensation Review Board formally and officially decides
against a claim for benefits by Stan Caterbone and cites misconduct and wrongdoing as the reasons.
October 27, 1987 - Lancaster Aviation files a civil suit with District Justice Murray Horton for alleged
unpaid bills of some $5,000.
November 9, 1987 - Stan Caterbone visits with Parent Federal Savings and Loan's president, John
Depatto, to discuss him problems in meeting his current mortgage payments. John Depatto immediately
disclosed to Stan Caterbone that foreclosure proceedings have officially begun, and that the full loan of
approximately $110,000 is immediately due. Stan Caterbone stands up from the conference table and
declares, "You tell Mr. James Guerin he is in trouble", and abruptly walks out of the offices.
November 23, 1987- A Referees Decision by the unemployment Compensation Review Board upholds a
recent decision to deny Stan Caterbone from collecting any benefits, again citing misconduct and
wrongdoing. Stan Caterbone calls Howard Fisler, of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission and
demands an explanation for not returning to obtain any documents as promised in the meeting of
September 29th. The phone call was recorded.
November 25, 1987 - Stan Caterbone receives a letter from the Pennsylvania Securities Commission,
Howard Zisler, citing a misunderstanding and lack of communication, and now requests that Stan
Caterbone submit a written complaint of all allegations discussed in the meeting of September 29, 1987.
November 26, 1987 - Stan Caterbone visits the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Lancaster, to file
a formal complaint to the White Collar Crime Division. Stan Caterbone was treated as if he was making
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December 4, 1987 - Financial Management Group, Ltd., holds its first annual shareholders meeting, for
the year ended June 30, 1987, at the Treadway Resort Inn. In an effort to promote propaganda against
Stan Caterbone, and to support the fabricated allegations of insanity, FMG, Ltd., president hired armed
security personnel to guard the doorways of the meeting, insinuating that the meeting was under a threat
of violence, and to collaborate his recent allegations of Terroristic threats, which Stan Caterbone was
previously arrested and awaiting trial.
December 17, 1987 - The United States Postal Inspector acknowledges receipt of formal complaint from
Stan Caterbone regarding executives from FMG, Ltd., illegally changing or address; opening of
confidential personal and business mail; and withholding and possibly destroying confidential personal
and business mail at Stan Caterbone's leased property of 1755 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, PA, also the
headquarters of FMG, Ltd.,.
January 26, 1988 - The Pennsylvania Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program formally
and officially denies Stan Caterbone of benefits citing the following: " Applicant was terminated from job
FMG, Ltd.,), therefore was not suffering from circumstances beyond his control".
March 14, 1988 - Stan Caterbone is served notice by Lancaster Constables regarding Parent Federal
.Guerin' Bank) v. Stan Caterbone Mortgage Foreclosure of his residence at 2323 New Danville Pike,
Conestoga, PA.
May 1988 - Stan Caterbone is forced to sell his residence, and subdues to the undo influence that he
was responsible for all circumstances, and moves to Florida with his brother.
Sep 15, 1988 - Seven Chem-Con executives, including Christian, are criminally indicted for the firms $15
million defense contracting fraud.
October 23, 1988 -Stan Caterbone, destitute, without a personal residence, automobile, or any income,
and with accumulated debts of more than $65,000 from all related incidents in the 1987 "Blackmail", sells
his FMG, Ltd., holdings to Robert Kauffman and is given $72,000 in proceeds at settlement. This by and
of itself will be proven to be extortion. Robert Kauffman was in fear of Stan Caterbone exercising his
large voting rights in the upcoming FMG, Ltd., annual shareholders meeting, which included the election
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FMG, Ltd., and had the potential to vote someone of his selection to a Board seat. Scott Robertson had
solicited the deal for both parties, and acted as negotiator for both.
July 19, 1989 - Stan Caterbone, Scott Robertson, and American Helix agree on a one year employment
contract, which American Helix will never fulfill in its entirety, and will be terminated in the following April.
April 1990 - The American Helix Board of Directors, lead by S. Dale High/High Industries, vote to
terminate Scott Robertson of American Helix, and to discontinue the financing of the CD-ROM
business which Stan Caterbone was directly involved. The joint venture agreement with Network
Technologies, or Washington, D.C., had lost an estimated $450,000 in the past 9 months, and the
technologies, which were to be delivering revenues, had proven to be worthless. Scott Robertson had
solicited, negotiated, and administer the deal, Stan Caterbone had raised serious concerns at to the
capabilities of both the technologies, the business, and Network Technologies, early in the project. High
Industries then conducted several meetings with Stan Caterbone to purchase the business, however,
Stan Caterbone had told the executive in a meeting on Good Friday, that he was solely responsible for
any business that was left, and any there was no real value. High Industries agreed to pay Stan
Caterbone his weekly consulting tee only until June 30, in hopes of negotiating an agreement to keep
American Helix in the CD-RON business, which was only feasible with Stan Caterbone, because of his
knowledge and expertise in "Digital" technologies.
August 2, 1990 - Stan Caterbone discovers that in July, Fulton Bank embezzled $5,000 from the
checking account of Stan Caterbone due to an error by Fulton Bank's accounting department Fulton
Bank refused to credit the account for more than 60 days, without crediting the lost interest income.
Dec 12, 1990 - Ferranti reports a near $40 million loss for the first half year, but says it hopes to begin
showing a profit before year-end in March 1991a Stan Caterbone receives a call from James Christian
while in custody in the Loretto State prison. Stan Caterbone asked Jim Christian if he had authorized or
had knowledge about the June 23, 1987 meeting between himself and ISC executive Larry Reach.
James Christian answered the question as follows:
"I never knew of such a meeting, authorized a meeting with Larry and yourself. Larry (Reseb) was the
courier for Jim Guerin, that is how I and Chem Con got set up and used as the scapegoat to divert
attention away from You
should talk to Earnest Schriber of Lancaster Newspapers, you can trust him.. Guerin's attorney (Tate)
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me $1.00 to settle my $93 million law suit against Guerin".


Dec 14, 1990 - At a Christmas party of Bradley DeForge's, Mike Dipaolo, during a conversation with Stan
Caterbone, had stated that "You (Stan Caterbone) had Guns and Knives in 1987" as the reason for the mental illness
fabrications. NOTES: Stan Caterbone quickly left the party. In addition, during the same time, other such
statements from friends, regarding his present "mental condition", began to mysteriously resurface only after
knowledge of his activities to take legal recourse for the 1987 incidents, and to pursue his due access to the law.
Stan Caterbone, in order to get work accomplished on the project, traveled to Captiva Island, and continued his
project, the "AMG Legal Systems Prototype" disc. The "AMO Legal Systems Prototype" project was a CD-ROM
system, designed by Stan Caterbone, that would include all of his relevant information concerning his alleged ISC
Cover-Up, including audio conversations, and authentic documents, all stored on one optical disc, or a CD-ROM.
The disc and system was finally completed on May 16, 1991.
December 20, 1990 -Stan Caterbone telephones his cousin Ron Roda, from Captiva Island, Florida, to
inform him that he will arrive home in a few days. During the conversation, Ron Roda, disclosed to Stan
Caterbone that both Jim Warner and Jere Sullivan had made telephone call to his brothers, Phil and
Tom, and made allegations of insanity about Stan Caterbone, and advised the need for medication.
December 23, 1990 -Stan Caterbone forwards a letter to the Department of Defense Mapping Agency
regarding his bid for the $2.5 million CDROM contract (DMA 700-90-0011), then in negotiations. Stan
Caterbone alleges misconduct in the procurement and for the first time publicly discloses his allegations
of Blackmail immediately following his meeting with ISC executive Larry Resch on June 23, 1987.
January 9, 1991 - Lt. Madenspacher of the Manheim Township Police Department call Stan Caterbone
at his lab/office in him home at approximately 2:00 pm. Lt. Madenspacher explains that he had received
a copy of the letter to the Department of Defense, that Detective Larry Mathias had forwarded to him. Lt.
Madenspacher questioned his motives of the letter and stated: "What are you going to do.. We (Manheim
Township Police Department) just don't want to see a multi-million dollar law suit come down our way.."
Stan Caterbone responded, "You know that I was an individual lessee of that property, and in addition I
had never resigned any offices or my Board of Director's seat of FMG, Ltd., .. You also know that I had
met with Larry Resch of ISC on June 2S, 1987, and that I made allegations of misconduct.." Lt.
Madenspacher responded, "We were forced into that (the arrests of Stan Caterbone on Sept. 3, 1987),
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Lt. Madenspacher then changed the subject to "Digital" technologies, and described the activities of the
police department of using the same in the telephone surveillance of criminal suspects. Lt.
Madenspacher then requested to meet with Stan Caterbone. Stan Caterbone agreed, however due to his
current busy schedule, confirmed he would contact him later to schedule a meeting.
January 10, 1991 - Stan Caterbone sends a letter to Lt. Madenspacher of the Manheim Township Police
Department, to schedule a meeting for Thursday, Jan. 17th at 3:00 pm, at his office at American Helix
Technology Corporation, at the Green field Corporate Park. Stan Caterbone requested a response only if the time
was in conflict of his schedule.
January 17, 1991 - Lt. Madenspacher fails to show up for the scheduled meeting with Stan Caterbone at
Amen can Helix, and never contacted him before that date to change the meeting, or called to apologize
for not being able to keep the prior commitment.
January 18, 1991 - Stan Caterbone sends documents concerning the Blackmail" of 1987 to several
reporters of the Lancaster Newspapers,: Tim MeKeele; Earnest Schreiber; and Thomas Planner. Tim
MeKeele also received a tape with some excerpts of the September 29, 1987 meeting with the PA
Securities Commission, where Stan Caterbone discusses allegations of misconduct against J. Guerin
and ISC.
January 19, 1991 - High Industries American Helix illegally and without notice locks Stan Caterbone out
of his office and the facility of American Helix, who was currently under a joint venture agreement with
Stan Caterbone and his Advanced Media Group, Ltd., for his digital technologies business. NOTES::
This "Lock-Out" was similar to that of FMG, Ltd., on July 1, 1987. Again conveniently when Stan
Caterbone had raised issues and allegations involving Guerin and ISC.
January 21, 1991 - In fear and confused about his involvement, and in respect to the massive fraud of
the ISC/Ferranti merger, Stan Caterbone sends a package to Ferrantis legal counsel in England by way
of United Postal Service' Overnight International Delivery Service (Tracking Number 1773 0619 670).
NOTES: Stan Caterbone was in fear that a potential "Cover-Up" by U.S. authorities, and specifically the
Lancaster community, would place his life in danger, and wanted to insure that the information
concerning his knowledge of ISC misconduct before the lSC/Ferranti merger, and his disclosure to local,
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possibility of someone terminating his life in order so that these circumstances would not be used as an
asset in the present Ferranti Legal efforts.
Jan 22, 1991 - In an effort to support his allegations of misconduct and the allegedly threatening
activities of Stan Caterbone, American Helix president Dave Dering has all of the locks in the building
changed by a professional locksmith, which is nothing more than an act of propaganda.
February 1, 1991 - ABC News 20/20 features the story "Weapons Sales to Iraq" about the ISC/Cardoen
cluster bomb technology and how it got to Saddam Husain. Feb 17, 1991 - Stan Caterbone receives a
letter from Sandra K. Paul, of the Citizens Ambassador Program, a division of People to People
International, notifying him that he has been selected to participate in the upcoming Printing and
Publishing Delegation to the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the coming August. People to People
International are a nonprofit organization started by the late Dwight D. Eisenhower to facilitate the
communications of experts from various professions throughout the world. The objective of the
delegation was to exchange ideas, information, and technologies of the printing and publishing industries
with American counterparts in the Soviet Union, and various Eastern European countries.
February 22, 1991 - Federal prosecutors seize $800,000 from Clark, claiming he was privy to
information about ongoing criminal acts within ISC that generated the tainted cash.
February 1991 -In an American Helix staff meeting, with all employees present, but Stan Caterbone,
president David Dering had spent approximately 20 minutes alleging that Stan Caterbone almost ruined
his company, and that he "is a runaway ex-convict, that will end up in jail very soon". The above
discussion was disclosed by engineer Al Thornburg, immediately following the meeting.
May 23, 1991 - At approximately 2:00 pm, Jay Curtis, (appearing as a Department of Defense contractor,
who had recently solicited the services of Stan Caterbone and his Advanced Media Group, Ltd., to
provide engineering in the development of "Digital" simulation and training applications for various U.S.
Military Logistics bases) had called Stan Caterbone. The following is synopsis of the conversation:
"Because of your recent discussions concerning your knowledge and information about the ISC Scandal,
and an alleged "Cover-Up", I had to do a background check on you, to insure against any problems when
including you in by proposal to the U.S. Department of Defense... Everyone backs up your story, and is
looking over your documents now, including the CIA, IRS, SEC, FBI, Scotland Yard, Attorney General,
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know what to tell the Press and Media "I also know that you submitted documents to Mr. Thomas
Flannery of the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal". "How did you know about the CIA and its involvement
with ISC, how did you know that, and what do you know?" NOTES: Jay Curtis kept pushing Stan
Caterbone on the CIA issue, and what he had known and how he knew, Stan Caterbone kept telling him
that the whole situation was to emotional, and that he was afraid for his life. Stan Caterbone had to
eventually tell Mr. Curtis that he could not discuss this anymore. He abruptly changed the subject and
hung up on Mr. Curtis. Stan Caterbone immediately went to a friends house, and disclosed that fact that
he was in fear for his life. He quitly sat on the steps with his friend, Abby. Later that night, his friend Dave
Pflumm would take him to the corner bar for a few drinks, while unknowing to Stan Caterbone, Ted
Koppel was disclosing the story of the CIAs involvement with ISC. Several hours later, Ted Koppel broke
the story about the CIA and ISC's covert operations to sell arms to Iraq. Immediately following the
conversation with Mr. Jay Curtis regarding the CIA and ISC, Stan Caterbone packed a suitcase and
confidential information assets, in preparation to leave Lancaster, in total and legitimate fear for his life.
May 23, 1991 - ABC News/Nightline and Ted Koppel feature the first in a series of stories, relating to CIA
knowledge of a covert operation to supply munitions to south Africa implemented by ISC and Carlos
Cardoen. The story featured Lancaster and ISC. The report ties Guerin to the National Security Agency
project in the 1970s. The report was investigated by ABC News, the Financial Times of London, and the
Lancaster Intelligencer News. Tom Flannery of the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, appeared on the
program and was given credits on the show.
May 24, 1991 - The Lancaster Intelligencer Journal reports on the above story. At approximately 1:30
pm, Stan Caterbone drives out of Lancaster, en route to a safe haven, and stops at a convenience store
and reads the early edition of the Lancaster New Era, learning for the first time of ABC News/Nightline
story about ISC and the CIA the evening before, just hours after his conversation regarding the same to
Jay Curtis.
June 7, 1991 - Stan Caterbone is again arrested by the Stone Harbor Police. After passing several
sobriety tests, and two Breathalyzer tests, Stan Caterbone is placed in a jail cell, and refused to be
released. Several hours later, Stan Caterbone is cited for outstanding arrests warrants of Avalon, NJ,
dated back to August 14, 1987, by an officer of the Avalon Police department who suddenly appeared.
Both arresting officers demanded $340.00 for the posting of bail. Stan Caterbone requested that the
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responded by saying, "we can't let you go to your car, you may have a gun in there". Stan Caterbone
was immediately escorted to the cape May county Prison, fingerprinted and processed.
June 8, 1987 - Stan Caterbone calls Mike Orstein, Lt. of the Stone Harbor police patrol, and requests
that he retrieve the required cash from his car, and post the required bail. At approximately 2:30 pm,
Stan Caterbone is released on bail.
June 11, 1991 - Stan Caterbone left the Stone Harbor Marina at approximately 12:30 am en route to
Lancaster, Pa, to retrieve some files concerning the ISC cover-up. Upon driving north on Route 47 (the
normal route to Lancaster), approximately 10 miles outside the Cape May county Courthouse, Stan
Caterbone noticed a car following him closely. Suspicious, Stan Caterbone decreased his speed from 55
mph to 35 mph, in order for the car to pass him. However, the car remained directly behind, adjusting the
speed accordingly. In an effort to elude the car, without raising suspicion, Stan Caterbone gradually
increased his speed, while also increasing the distance between the cars, resulting in the loss of his
taillights to the ensuing vehicle - Because of the winding road, Stan Caterbone looked for an abrupt turnoff, in hopes of dashing the eluding vehicle, by loosing sight of his taillights. There was little or no traffic
on the route during the early morning hours, and Stan Caterbone stopped at an intersection, and noticed
that the headlights of the ensuing vehicle were not visible in his rear view mirror, meaning that his
taillights were also not visible to the ensuing vehicle. Immediately upon pulling from the intersection, Stan
Caterbone noticed a narrow dirt road that lead into a field of small trees, the perfect place to sit for the
ensuing auto to pass him, unnoticed. The ensuing vehicle pulled to the intersection, and continued north
on route 47, in the direction of Lancaster. Stan Caterbone sat in his vehicle a few minutes, until
continuing on his travel, north on Route 47. Approximately five (5) minutes later, a car traveling in excess
of SS mph, approached Stan Caterbone, traveling south on the same road (2 lanes) As the two cars
approached each other, and approximately 30 yards from reaching each other, the approaching vehicle
drove directly into the lane of Stan Caterbone, with its high beams on, and continued straight for his
vehicle, or what appeared to be a head-on-collision. Stan Caterbone drove off of the berm of the road,
missing a line of trees by less than 12 inches (eluding a life threatening disaster), and passed the vehicle
that was still in the north bound lane, heading south. Stan Caterbone, shaking and sweating furiously,
noticed the cars brake lights go on, and the car apparently turned around, and began pursuing Stan
Caterbone again. Stan Caterbone drove as fast as he could to Route 55, hoping to find traffic in order to
hide and loose the pursuing car. Stan Caterbone arrived in Lancaster, at approximately 3:00 am, and
again noticed a car sitting in the parking lot of the vacant "Sportsman's Den", at the intersection of the
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the car following him. In an effort to identify the license plate, Stan Caterbone made a few turns in the
area of Hamilton Watch, and followed the car heading north on S. West End Avenue. The car was a late
model, gold or tan, Cougar or possibly a Buick Park Avenue. Stan Caterbone watched the car increase
his speed, and finally changed directions and proceeded to his residence, and parked a few blocks
away, and walked through the woods, to his apartment in the Hershey Heritage complex. Stan
Caterbone then used a flashlight, in order not to reveal his presence, and returned to his vehicle,
sometime in the early morning, during daylight.
June 19, 1991 - Stan Caterbone leaves Stone Harbor, in constant fear for his life, and remains in
seclusion, in various parts of Eastern Seacoast, spanning from Captiva Island, Florida, to Boston, MA, in
order to prepare an official request Congressional Investigation of all related matters.
Jul 11, 1991 - Stan Caterbone files an official request C300 pages) for a Congressional Investigation into
all of the ISC and preceding issues with U. S. Representative Robert Walker CR-Pennsylvania), and
Speaker of the House, U. S. Representative Thomas Foley. Overnight Mail Service of the United States
Post Office, outside of Baltimore, Maryland, sent both requests.
July 12, 1991 - Stan Caterbone returns to his home, in Lancaster, PA, at approximately 12:00 pm, after
remaining in seclusion immediately following the phone conversation of May 23, 1991 with Jay Curtis,
regarding the CIA and ISC. ABC News/Nightline features it's second story about Lancaster's ISC and
Arms to South Africa and Iraq.
July 18, 1991 - U.S. Representative Robert Walker sends a letter to Stan Caterbone relating to his
request for a Congressional Investigation into all of his allegations of misconduct and criminal
wrongdoing regarding his alleged ISC/Fraud "cover-up". The letter said : "Thank you for your recent letter
and information on International Signal & Control corporation. I appreciate your thinking of me; however,
since this case is before the courts, it is unethical for me to interfere with judicial process. If you think I
may be of assistance with other matters, please feel free to contact me".
August 1, 1991 - Stan Caterbone receives a notice of a warrant for his arrest by the Stone Harbor (NJ)
Municipal Court, regarding summons #081370. Stan Caterbone called the Court Clerk, Pam Davidson, to
explain the circumstances. The Court Clerk refused to identify herself, and did not have time to listen to
his explanation. She then questioned why he (Stan Caterbone) wanted to write to the Judge to explain.
Stan Caterbone writes a formal letter to Judge Peter M. Tourison, of the Stone Harbor Municipal Court
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of the arrests dating back to August of 1987. Stan Caterbone had described in detail his assertions and
evidence that the arrests were conveniently orchestrated while he was seeking legal recourse for the
alleged ISC "Cover-Up'. Stan Caterbone also explained his fear for not returning to the Stone Harbor
Municipality, in light of the fabricated arrests, and other questionable incidents. Stan Caterbone
requested another means of settling all outstanding frivolous traffic violations, other than appearing in
Stone Harbor Municipal Court. Stone Harbor Municipal Court Judge, Peter M. Tourison, sends Stan
Caterbone an official letter acknowledging receipt of his previous letter and explanations. Judge Tourison
concluded his notice by demanding that Stan Caterbone appear in Court, as scheduled, "to have this
matter taken care of in the proper manner.
August 13, 1991 - Ferranti announces it has recovered $650,000 hidden by Guerin in a number of Swiss
Hank accounts. Ferranti also announces a fiscal 1991 loss of $282 million. Stan Caterbone responds to
Judge Tourison letter of August 8, and discloses the recent attempt on his life, the past June, just outside
or Stone Harbor, and states that because of the apparent criminal conspiracy within the same
municipality, Stan Caterbone formally notifies the Judge that he refuses to return to Court, as requested.
August 15, 1991 - Guerin and Cardoen are shown to have been deeply involved in a failed $100 million
arms procurement plot linked to the infamous Iran-Contra scandal.
August 16, 1991 - Stan Caterbone receives a formal notice and demand from American Helix President
David D. Dering, for the return or equipment, currently in the possession of Stan Caterbone, and notice
of the termination of the business agreement, dated October 1, 1990 between Stan J. Caterbone and
American Helix Technology Corporation. Stan Caterbone receives a facsimile from Mike Hess (former
ISC engineer who frequented S. Africa and who solicited Stan Caterbone in late 1989 for work), and
refuses to sign a non-disclosure agreement with Stan Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group, Ltd.,
as requested to continue a further relationship considering the recent activities from the May 23rd phone
call and the national media publicity regarding the ISC Scandal.
August 19, 1991 - Stan Caterbone sends a letter to attorney Timothy Lanza via the Lancaster Bar
Association, and asks for an explanation as to his misrepresenting to Stan Caterbone for the past month
that his order for Advanced Media Group, Ltd., stock certificates were ordered, when in fact Stan
Caterbone verified with authorized personnel of the H. Burr Kein company that the order was never
placed. Timothy Lanza had personally disclosed to Stan Caterbone on several occasions that he was
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David D. Dering, and his request for the return of American Helix equipment, currently in the possession
of Stan Caterbone. Stan Caterbone formally notifies David Dering that the equipment will be held as
collateral, according to statutes of the Pa. Uniform Commercial Credit code, that the equipment will not
he returned until the past due invoice {# 1018), of the Advanced Media Group, Ltd., of July 12, 1991 for
$4,914.00, which was due upon receipt according to their business agreement, was paid in full.
August 29, 1991 - A federal judge dismisses Christian's $93 million suit against Guerin, but Christian
vows to re file the suit.
September 13, 1991 - ABC News/Nightline features another story about ISC, the CIA, and Arms Deals,
in preparation for the beginning of the-Confirmation Hearings of George Bush's nomination or the
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Robert Gates, which begins just three days away, by the
Senate Intelligence Committee.
September 14, 1991 - Ferranti and Clark reach an agreement to settle their legal battle, although either
party does not disclose details. September 16, 1991 - The first day of the Robert Gates' Confirmation
Hearings brings questioning by Senator Murkowski, of the Senate Intelligence Committee, about
knowledge of the ISC operations by Robert Gates. Gates, whose candor about Iran-Contra resulted in
his 1987 withdraw when nominated for the same slot by then President Reagan. In a less-than sincere
line of questioning, Robert Gates denies any knowledge of ISC, Guerin, or Carlos Cardoen, including any
operations to sell munitions to Iraq or South Africa. In addition, he denies any knowledge of any CIA
involvement in the same.
September 19, 1991- Stan Caterbone visits the office of Senator Bill Bradley (D-New Jersey), in the Hart
Office Building, Washington, D.C., and delivers documents, tapes, and a video, all relating to his
allegations of an alleged "Cover-Up" regarding the ISC Scandal. Assistant Jackie Widrow, who signed a
receipt, took the materials.
September 21, 1991- Stan Caterbone delivers a contract for the consulting services he has agreed to
provide to J. Oman Landis, in order to insure against any wrongdoing, and especially in light of Mr.
Landis' assertion the previous Friday that "you (Stan Caterbone) are taking a break (from business) to
rest your mind". This assertion conveniently supports the alibi of mental insanity, that has been made by
numerous persons, including Mr. Landis' friends, the High's, who wholly own American Helix Technology
Corporation. Several hours after delivering the contract to Mr. Landis, and after beginning to work, as

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outlined in the contract, Mr. Landis called Stan Caterbone into his office and said "there were some
developments over the weekend, why don't you continue on your normal duties of driving (limousines),
this has nothing to do with the contract that you asked me to sign".
October 1, 1991 - Stan Caterbone receives a facsimile from David Dering, President of American Helix,
formally charging Stan Caterbone with charges of 16,730.00. David Dering also demands that the
equipment be returned, and upon receipt, American Helix would forgive $11,816.00 ($16,730 $4914)(Caterbone's invoice) of unpaid charges to Stan Caterbone and or the Advanced Media Group,
Ltd., Stan Caterbone sends by certified mail, a copy of a recent complaint (filed Sep. 6, 1991) to the New
Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles, and a demand for the title to his boat, and again allegations of
criminal wrongdoing by the Stone Harbor Marina, for not delivering title, given the bill of sale was
satisfied on June 10, 1991, and a fee for the title was paid as well. Stan Caterbone personally meets with
Ted Koppel, of ABC News/Nightline, at the Washington National Airport, at approximately 5:30 pm. Stan
Caterbone questioned Ted Koppel if he knew a Mr. Jay Curtis, and why he was questioned about the
CIA's involvement with the ISC affairs, just hours before the broadcast. Ted Koppel denied any
knowledge of Mr. Jay Curtis, and stated that Thomas Flannery was involved in the broadcast requested
the phone number of Stan Caterbone, and said that he would contact him later, due to his present time
constraints, and asked "what do you want, and what is the story line?" Stan Caterbone responded,
"Justice and protection, someone is trying to cover me up, and someone already made attempts on my
life... someone keeps getting information from me, while I'm left sitting in Lancaster like a sitting duck".
October 2, 1991 - Stan Caterbone responds by facsimile, to the Oct. 1, correspondence, to David D.
Dering. NOTES: Stan Caterbone requested supportive documentation regarding the suspicious charges
of $16,730.00 as declared, in order to consider the request for the return of the equipment. David C.
Dering responds by facsimile, demanding for Stan Caterbone to meet him at the Holiday Inn, in
Lancaster on Friday, Oct 4th, with the equipment in his possession, and states that he will deliver the
required supportive documentation of the charges as requested.
October 2, 1991 - Stan Caterbone responds by facsimile to Ted Koppel, as to his question concerning
the "story line" October 31, 1991 - Guerin and 19 others, including Larry Reach, are indicted on 75
criminal counts by the Philadelphia based grand jury. Laura McQueen, administrator for the New Jersey
Department of Motor Vehicles, called Stan Caterbone at approximately 3:30 pm, to notify him that she
was trying to sort out the problem with his complaint regarding title to his boat. Ms. McQueen
acknowledged that the Stone Harbor Marina had submitted an application for a title, apparently dated on
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McQueen also admitted that there seemed to be evidence of wrongdoing, but denied to state whether
the matter was presently being investigated. Ms. McQueen also stated that the title in question was being
microfiche, and that within a few days, they should be able to trace the title, and resolve the problem.
Robert Clyde Ivy, Terrance Faulds, Wayne Radcliffe, Gerald Schuler, and Thomas Jaslin enter not guilty
pleas to all charges handed down by the Philadelphia grand jury.
November 24, 1987 - Robert Shireman, ISC financial executive pleads his guilt in the ISC $billion fraud
and scandal.
November 25, 1987 - Anthony Stagq, ISC executive in charge of Singapore operations, pleads guilty in
the Arms Export violations.
November 27, 1987- ISC Executive Larry Resch pleads guilty to his role in the massive contract fraud in
the Ferranti/ISC merger of November, 1987.
December 3, 1991 - Philadelphia grand jury hands down a "superseding indictment", clarifying the
money laundering portion of the charges. The indictment states that between November of 1986 and
June of 1989, Guerin looped $450 million through phony bank, vendor, -and customer accounts to give
the appearance several of the bogus ISC contracts were real. The preceding information also allows for
the possibility of an indictment of William Clark, and possibly his attorney Joseph Roda. The largest of
the fake contracts was the Pakistan Missile deal, in which Larry Resch was charged and indicted by the
grand jury for managing. Stan Caterbone's best friend in the whole world, little "Abbey Pflumm", shouts
his name, "Taan", for the first time.
December 3, 1991 -Mike Hess, a former ISC engineer that also has done work for Stan Caterbone, visits
Stan Caterbone to deliver all materials in his possession which is the property of the Advanced Media
Group, Ltd., Stan Caterbone and Mike Hess engage in an argument when Mike Hess becomes annoyed
at Stan Caterbones continued caution and suspicion of Mike Hess's real motives and agenda for the
relationship. Stan Caterbone had witnessed several incidents of inconsistencies with the attitude of Mike
Hess, with specific respect regarding Stan Caterbone's efforts for justice and legal recourse concerning
the affairs of 1987. Stan Caterbone admitted in several occasions that he will never trust anyone,
especially given his former association with ISC, and most importantly his activities and travel to South
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December 4, 1991 - Stan Caterbone calls the Citizens Commission of Human Rights, after seeing the
organization featured on the Murray Povich Show, and talks to Roy Griffen. The organization's mission is
to investigate abuses within the mental illness profession. Roy Griffen requests information, and agrees
to investigate his allegations. Stan Caterbone states that he will Federal Express a copy of this
chronology.
December 5, 1991 - At approximately 10:00 am, Stan Caterbone sent a package of information via
Federal Express (tracking number 9734766S93) to:
Roy Griffen
Citizens Commission for Human Rights
6362 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(800) 869-2247
The package was received at 9:56 am (PST) by L. Mezkerlsl, at the front desk.
December 5, 1991 - At approximately 4:52 pm, James Guerin pleads guilty to eight (B) grand jury
indictments of October 31. The indictments are as follows:
?? Criminal Conspiracy
?? Violation, Arms Export Control Act
?? Violation, Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid act.
?? Money Laundering
?? Securities Fraud
?? Filing False Income Tax Return
?? Aiding and Abetting the Commission of crime.
Sentencing is scheduled for February 25, 1992, with a minimum of 14 years, and a maximum of Life in
prison.
December 4, 1991 - Stan Caterbone receives uninvited visitors at his residence, cousin Sam Miller
family, who in September left him stranded in Florida. They conveniently need a place to stay, while
visiting in Lancaster, and purposely cause distractions to his efforts for legal recourse.

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December 11, 1991- Stan Caterbone finally requests that Michelle and Jason Miller vacate his
residence.
December 20, 1991- Stan Caterbone receivers a notice from the Internal Revenue Service regarding a
discrepancy in income reported on his 1989 Federal Income Tax Return. The items in question were his
"disability income" from Monarch life insurance and American Helix "non-employee income".
December 23, 1991- Stan Caterbone responds to the IRS letter and submits a copy of the chronology of
this conspiracy, along with the entire audio transcript (2 - 90 minute cassettes) of his meeting of
September 29, 198? with the Pennsylvania Securities Finding of Facts Resulting in Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Page 41 Commission and requests assistance in his ordeal. The correspondence was sent
via 'Return Receipt Requested" in order to insure proof of delivery. Stan Caterbone sends an updated
chronology to Roy Griffen of the Citizen's Commission for Human Rights.
December 28, 1991- Stan Caterbone sends a formal notice to attorney Howard Cerny, 245 Park
Avenue, New York, informing him to return the previously submitted information and tapes regarding this
case, and also informing him that he no longer wishes to discuss these issues with him or any member of
his firm.
December 30, 1991- Stan Caterbone travels to the U.S. 9:50 am courthouse in Philadelphia, PA, and
personally delivers the chronology and a copy of the "1987" Pennsylvania Securities Commission
meeting to Chief Judge Bechtel, who is presiding over the ISC court preceding. 10:00 am Stan
Caterbone visits the U.S. Attorney Generals office in the same building and files a formal complaint,
"Criminal Conspiracy to "cover-up" the International Signal a Control scandal. The proper form is filed
with the clerk. Assistant U. S. Attorney General Gray asks Stan Caterbone to briefly describe his
complaint. Stan Caterbone gives Gray the chronology along with the tapes. Stan Caterbone briefly
describes the meeting of June 23, 1987 with Larry Resch, the nay 23, 1991 phone call from Jay Curtis,
the arrests by Manheim Township, and the attempts on his life. Agent Gray took notes, and said he is not
familiar with the case, but would personally see that the information is passed to the proper authorities
involved in the case. During the conversation, Mr. Gray asked the exact same question that was asked
by both Joe Roda and Investigator Eisler of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission) "But you did not
work for them (ISC), you were not involved with them?" Stan Caterbone gave this response to all
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January 6, 1992 - Stan Caterbone sends a copy of the criminal conspiracy chronology and a complete
audio transcript of the PA SEC meeting of 1987 to the legal counsel of the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission via Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested: P825 695 935.
January 8, 1992 - At a "Town Meeting" in Columbia, Pennsylvania held by U. S. Senator Arlen Spector,
Stan Caterbone personally delivers a copy of the criminal conspiracy chronology to Anon Spector after
the meeting and asks Arlen Spector to read the letter, Mr. Spector replied, " I will do that".
January 9, 1992 - Stan Caterbone receives the Return Receipt from the Pennsylvania SEC, signed by
Sharon F. Heinspach on January 8, 1992.
November 8, 1997 Stan Caterbone solicits Attorney Matt Samley, of the law firm of Xelkallis, Reese and
Pugh, to provide a legal opinion as to the circumstances involved in the cover up. Mr. Samley quickly
asks if anyone had called Stan Caterbone about the issues. Mr. Samley agrees to review the documents
and will provide a legal opinion of any criminal and prosecutorial misconduct.
November 23, 1997 - Stan Caterbone delivers materials to Mr. Samley and also sends via Federal
Express the same materials to Christina Rainville, of Shnader, Harris, Lewis, and . With a letter
requesting a legal opinion from Ms. Rainville.
December, 8, 1997 - Ms. Pam Pflumm call Dr. Albert Shultz regarding the behavior of Stan Caterbone.
December 15, 1997 - Stan Caterbone telephones Jim Christian to again confirm that he did not have
knowledge of his meeting with Mr. Larry Resch. Jim Christian began threatening Stan Caterbone from
public disclosure of these issues; he said, You have to forget about it. Your life will be worse off than it is
now, you better just forget it
January 14, 1998 - Stan Caterbone visits with Fr. Edward Lavelle for advice and guidance concerning
his situation. Stan Caterbone only asked that Fr. Lavelle call Mr. David Pflumm, and ask he and is key
employees refrain from inflicting any additional mental duress upon his person Fr. Lavelle refuses unless
he is told to do so by Dr. Al Shulz. He offers no further assistance. 1:00 pm A few hour later, Stan
Caterbone visits Dr. Al Shulz for his quarterly appointment. Immediately upon entering the appointment,
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declare: Stan, you are very sick. You are not well! You need to take additional medications. The
recorded transcript will prove the horrid implications of these conversations.
February 20, 1998 The plaintiff is forced to vacate his position of Controller of Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,
due to the purposeful and intentional infliction of mental duress, perpetrated as a direct reprisal against
the Plaintiffs rightful pursuit of due process of the law concerning all issues contained herein.
April 21, 1998 The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry will again illegally deny the Plaintiff
of his legitimate claim for Unemployment Compensation Benefits, which again is an act of reprisal
against his rightful pursuit of fair access to the law, and his disclosures of the incidents contained herein.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industrys 1987 rulings against the Plaintiff have been also
proven to be in err, which conveniently and intentionally subjects the Plaintiff to financial hardship and
mental duress, all purposefully hindering the Plaintiffs right to access the law. The record of the plaintiffs
claim for Unemployment Compensation Benefits is corrupted.
Diary of Mental Duress Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,
I started to log incidents of mental duress in December of 1997 after the incidents became consistent
and demonstrated not be random acts of mere occurrences. This behavior and malicious treatment was
an extreme divergence from the previous 45 months of my tenure and a polarization of my relationships
with all employees involved, including Mr. David Pflumm.

Ms. Susan Bare (Office Manager, Reporting Directly To Me)

In December, her attitude became especially hostile toward me, upon many occasions challenging my
computer knowledge when in fact she has limited experience. She had continued to persist in wanting to
change procedures, which I had repeatedly told her that systems are reviewed at the end of the fiscal
year, and any necessary changes would only be made during the off-season, as in previous years. She
had continued to challenge my authority, which was out-of -character, and not consistent with her job
description. She had often become upset and snippy when I would not go out and get her lunch, which
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Mr. James Leonards, (Asphalt Paving Supervisor)

In the week preceding Christmas vacation, Mr. Leonards had requested that I submit a form to Wholsen
Contractors, which was incidental to any contracts. The form requested banking accounts, which I had
refused to answer. I would not release the corporate confidential banking information to a General
Contractor of whom we were at credit risk for collecting payments for services rendered, not the other
way around. Mr. Leonards continued to harass me about the document, and kept waiving the document
in front of my face. He continued, and I told him to have Wholsen call me. I had counted five incidents
regarding this document, which I never submitted. This information was immaterial to any negotiations
with Wholsen, and was intended only as a means of mental duress.

Mr. Leonards had shown interest in learning estimating software on the computer. He persistently
requested the opportunity, and I had suggested that he evaluate competing software before any final
decisions were made. He had on his own, obtained a demonstration of software, which he evaluated. It
was not what we required, and before Christmas, I had procured another demonstration disc for his
evaluation. He promised to evaluate that software over the Christmas vacation. Mr. Leonards kept
giving me excuses, and was never evaluated., merely to inflict mental duress.

On many occasions Mr. Leonards insisted on challenging my computer knowledge with incidental
technical questions, knowing that I was becoming annoyed. Mr. Leonards only began working on a
computer at home, within the past several months.

On January 15th, I went out to start my car, and Mr. Leonards and Mr. Ralph Carruthers from the lobby
door, made gestures at me thinking that I was leaving, when in fact I was merely warming up my car.
When I returned to the lobby, Mr. Leonards and Mr. Carruthers had disappeared.

On or about February 24th, upon logging into my AOL account, a Buddy List message from Mr. James
Leonards appeared on my computer screen that said Stan is that you?. The only way that I am able to
receive Buddy List messages is to sign up for the service, of which I had never done, which means that
Mr. Leonards must have illegally accessed my account and signed my account up for the service. The
evening before, a neighbor saw me looking for my cats with a spot light, and yelled Stan is that you?.
This is certainly a clear example of mental duress, among other electronic privacy violations.

Mr. John Brown, (Truck Driver)

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On January 9th, Mr. John Brown was receiving his pay check and made the following remark

Stan,

why didnt you go to Cancun with Dave, you look like one of those Mexicans.

LN Dockey (Office Assistant, part-time)

Consistently called my car phone upon leaving the office to ask where I was going, and when I was
coming back, which was none of her business. She reported to me, I did not report to her. She knew
that this annoyed me, and was out-of-character and inconsistent with prior behavior.

Mr. Brian Langsett (Subcontractor)

Mr. Brian Langsett continued to make calls to my home, and during the week of February 20th,
screamed and yelled into my voice mail, which resulted in my changing my line to a private phone line.
Mr. Langsett consistently left messages on my voice mail, knowing that I was not going to answer them
back.

Mr. Ralph Carruthers (General Manager)

On January 22nd, Mr. Ralph Carruthers entered my office and requested that I redo a pay application for
the Lancaster Township Park Avenue project that I had done. I informed him that I had nothing to do
with that pay application because I was on vacation. He stormed out of my office, mad that I wouldnt
redo the pay application and telling me that I had done it. Immediately following his departure, Mr. David
Pflumm stormed into my office and got inches away from my face and said Do you and Ralph have a
problem, what is your problem? I nervously and quite upset said, Dave, I didnt prepare that pay
application, I was on vacation.

Mr. Pflumm replied, Yes you did. I immediately said, Dave, mental

duress is a serious matter, you dont mess with someones mind, like that you just dont play with
someones mind like this., I was on vacation

Mr. Pflumm went on to say that I did do the pay

application. I asked him Do you have a problem with me? He replied no.

I later went to the file and retrieved the original pay application for Lancaster Townships Park Avenue.
Mr. David Pflumm with his handwriting prepared it. I later showed it to him and he said nothing. THIS IS
MENTAL DURESS.

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Mr. David Pflumm

In August of 1997, I was responsible for the formulation, presentation, and collection of a Change Order
for the removal of rock at the Cecil County Community College, which we subcontracted the work from
e.e. Murray Construction Company. We had negotiated a unit price per cubic yard of rock removed, and
we were required to document the measurements, which accounted for a billing of some $275,000 to e.e.
Murray.

I had spent several hundred hours on the project, most of which I had done at my office at home.
Through November, it became apparent that the e.e. Murray was trying to pass on their own problems
and mistakes with their contract with the College to us, in an effort to relieve themselves of the $275,000
contractual liability they had with Pflumm Contractors, Inc., This process was an enormous burden, given
the impact the loss would have to our financial, and especially considering that e.e. Murray had no legal
loophole to avoid payment to us, regardless of any dispute they had with the college. I had proven this
through thorough documentation and the specifics of our contractual arrangements.

My policy and the policy of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., up to this point had always been to take legal action
after all other efforts for collections and contract disputes have failed. I had demonstrated an outstanding
performance in reducing the amount of bad receivables, which had almost caused the company into
bankruptcy prior to my affiliation. More Mr. David Pflumm had always demonstrated a hard line stance in
all collection matters, even to the extreme of causing the dismissal of his own employee for failing to
reimburse the company for a $700 repair bill. Mr. David Pflumm was not known for his fairness or good
faith negotiating. His tendency was to inflate production figures, and was lack in leniency to anyone that
owed him money. This was clearly demonstrated in past contractual disputes with the Hershey Library,
Dutch Family Inn, Consolidated Construction, and various other small accounts.
consistent no matter what the amount of the payable.

His policy was

Mr. Pflumm was quick to take legal action in all

disputes as soon as negotiations proved fruitless.

As early as late October I had advised Mr. Pflumm that we were exhausting our efforts for collection of
the $275,000 and that e.e. Murray was not negotiating in good faith and was in my opinion engaging in
fraudulent tactics. This transaction was of even greater importance than any other bad receivable due to
the fact that a majority of the funds at risk were pure profits. As early as November, it was the advise of
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immediately filed. I had Mr. Matt Samley detail all of the legal parameters of his legal opinion supporting
his contentions.

In November, I had informed Mr. David Pflumm that I personally removed myself form the dispute on the
grounds that e.e. Murray Construction Company was not acting in good faith, I had exhausted all
available resources and means of collecting the monies without a civil law suit being filed, and Mr. David
Pflumm refused to take legal action.

By my departure on February 20th, all efforts for collecting the $275,000 proved fruitless, and Mr. David
Pflumm continued his procrastination of filing a civil lawsuit. I am of the firm belief that the many of the
negotiations and situations surrounding the collection of payments from e.e. Murray was strategically
used as ploy to inflict mental duress for the following reasons:

1. I had exhausted most of my time during September, October, and November while also
managing my regular duties, and had requested a fee for the collection of funds

that was

well beyond the scope of my duties.

2. e.e. Murray Construction Company had no legal foundation for not paying Pflumm
Contractors, Inc., regardless of whether e.e. Murray collected the funds from the Cecil County
Community College.

3. e.e Murray had collected enough funds from Cecil County Community College in January,
and still refused any payment to Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,

4. Mr. David Pflumm had exhibited and demonstrated an extreme sense of leniency toward filing
a civil lawsuit that was unprecedented during my tenure and in the history of the company.

5. Over half of the $275,000 was cash for the company.


6. I allege that during the month of February, communications were used to deceive the true
nature of the situation.

7. Mr. Pflumm had always taken my advice on such matters during my tenure.
8. Lastly, the only reasonable explanation for not filing a civil complaint is that the situation was
not being truly disclosed by Mr. David Pflumm and e.e. Murray and that a lawsuit would
become public record and has adverse and irrevocable damages to e.e. Murray Construction
Company.

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In late January Mr. David Pflumm laid a large envelope addressed to his home on my desk. Inside was a
letter addressed to me from Airways Charter Service, including a brochure depicting a plane, identical to
that which was illegally repossessed from me in 1987. This was clearly a demonstrated tactic for mental
duress. In the history of my tenure, we have never discussed or had any remote need for such a service,
and more importantly, the package was addressed to Mr. David Pflumms home.

On week of February 20th, Mr. David Pflumm had provided me with documentation that required my
signature from Town & Country Leasing for my automobile that that had I signed would have given the
leasing company the right to repossess the automobile at any given time while providing me with no legal
recourse to prevent such repossession. Mr. Pflumm had agreed to personally guarantee the payments
for the automobile for the duration of the lease, under any and all circumstances. He has breached his
agreement.

During the weeks preceding my departure, in the course of my travels, I had passed many employees on
many different occasions during the course of the day. On every occasion, not one employee would
acknowledge me with a gesture or waive.

During my tenure at Pflumm Contractors, Inc., not only did I resurrect the company from near
bankruptcy, and restore the company to the best financial condition it has ever experienced, even as
important was the management policies that I had implemented that had for the first time given the
employees fair and equitable place of employment.

And their gratitude was often displayed and

demonstrated toward me. The behavior of the company, as a whole, was drastically out of character and
malicious, which had resulted in a hostile environment directly threatening my mental welfare. There is
not a reason in the world where I should have been so maliciously treated. The pain and suffering was
so great, that I specifically sought the advice and help of Fr. Edward Lavelle on January 14th, in the
Office of the Bishop.

Any further detail to this document would greatly compromise my rights for any future litigation, which
may or may not transpire.
I Attest,
Stanley J. Caterbone

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August 2001 AIM Management Company begins to systematically sabotage my business with al l of the
Wholesale Representatives and Advanced Media Group, which resulted in the loss of approximately $50,000 per
year of revenues. This was is the beginning of the loss of my earning capacity to present.

2002 to 2004 Day trading business was again sabotaged by malicious mirror trading of my stock portfolio
resulting in the loss of profitability on my trading transactions. Persons and or organizations would systematically
trade against me while also employing techniques of psychological tactics to distract me from concentrating on my
own instinctive nature and financial analysis required for profitability.
Dec 16, 2004 Plaintiff sends a complaint to Agent Sarsfield of the Pennsylvania Attorney Generals
Office in Pittsburg regarding illicit telephone activities:
December 15, 2004
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Attorney of General
Bureau of Consumer Protection
Pittsburgh Regional Office
6th Floor, Manor Building
Pittsburgh, PA 15129

Attn: Ms. Shannon J. Sarsfield


Ref: Verizon Customer Relations, C-006142-2004

Dear Ms. Sarsfield:


I appreciate your review of the aforementioned file. I was also in receipt of the November 19, 2004
response of the complaint from Verizon. For the record, I have made several previous attempts prior to
the July 28th request to be place on their Do Not Call list. I had made several calls in the previous
months, and the calls did not stop. My telephone has been used as a means of harassment and
intimidation, with my calls often being intercepted, misdirected, or impersonated. And often calls from
Out of Area made several times a day, with no answer. If you were to do an audit of my calls (in/out)
over the last several years, you would reveal the nature of these activities.

Dec 16, 2004 Plaintiff sends a complaint to Agent Sarsfield of the Pennsylvania Attorney Generals
Office in Pittsburg regarding illicit telephone activities:

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December 15, 2004


Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Attorney of General
Bureau of Consumer Protection
Pittsburgh Regional Office
6th Floor, Manor Building
Pittsburgh, PA 15129

Attn: Ms. Shannon J. Sarsfield


Ref: Verizon Customer Relations, C-006142-2004

Dear Ms. Sarsfield:


I appreciate your review of the aforementioned file. I was also in receipt of the November 19, 2004
response of the complaint from Verizon. For the record, I have made several previous attempts prior to
the July 28th request to be place on their Do Not Call list. I had made several calls in the previous
months, and the calls did not stop. My telephone has been used as a means of harassment and
intimidation, with my calls often being intercepted, misdirected, or impersonated. And often calls from
Out of Area made several times a day, with no answer. If you were to do an audit of my calls (in/out)
over the last several years, you would reveal the nature of these activities.

Dec 16, 2004 Approx 1:00 pm Plaintiff meets with Michael Landis, County Detective for Lancaster
County, in his office at the Lancaster Courthouse to discuss J. Karpathious and death threats and the
Southern Regional Police Department. Plaintiff sends email to Michael Landis and a copy of the 1998
Affidavit in the email. Supreme Court announces plans to review Lambert Appeal the next day.

Dear Mr. Landis,


Thank you for taking the time to meet with me yesterday. I appreciate your time. I understand your
frustration in trying to understand the circumstances regarding my situation. I have enclosed a document,
which I authored in 1998 to help you. Also, if you could, maybe you could help to facilitate my application
for food stamps with the County Assistance Office. I would appreciate it.
Feb 18, 2005 - Plaintiff sends the following letter to the Chief of Police of the Southern Regional Police
Department:

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February 18, 2005


Chief John A. Fiorill
Southern Regional Police Department
3284 Main Street
P.O. Box 254
Conestoga, PA 17516

Dear Chief Fiorill:


I am very disappointed in the way that our meeting had ended. I will be filing complaints With the
appropriate authorities concerning the threats and abuse by Officer Busser. Remember you had
requested that meeting. And as you stated, I do not believe anything that you say, well Sir, that is
certainly your choice, however I have never provided anything but the truth to you or any member of your
department. The burden of proof to my allegations falls within your jurisdiction. If you are telling me that I
have to prove every allegation when I report a crime, I just dont know how that is possible. But you are
the Chief of the department, so I guess I will have to protect my person and property in any manner that
deems appropriate. I apologize for becoming loud and frustrated, however when you tell me that I am
lying and I am most certainly telling the truth; and then you and Mr. Busser yell that I am nuts and to get
out of here; and that no one will respond to any of my calls to your office, well we have a very serious
problem. You both have challenged my integrity, my truthfulness, credibility, and my sanity. And Mr
Busser pulling out his night stick and holding it up to hit me, that is more than enough for me.
I get the picture loud and clear. I hope that you do as well.

Cc: Donald Totaro, Lancaster County District Attorney

Feb 19, 2005 Plaintiff files the following complaint with the The Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC)
after the incident of Kerry Egan calling 911 to file a false report of plaintiff sending an email stating to kill
himself.

Saturday, February 19, 2005


The Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).

February 19, 2005 7:26 am

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At approximately 5:00 am this morning the Conestoga Police entered my home and accused me of
sending an email to Kerry Egan threatening to kill myself. The officer verbally and physically abused me
because I did not know what he was talking about and he kept interrogating me and handcuffed me
because I said that I was not on the internet after 10:00 pm on February 18, the evening before. The
officer told me that I sent an email to Kerry Egan and she called 911 at approximately 5:00 am this
morning. I told the officer that I did I fell asleep at approximately 1:00 am and did not awake until the
officer arrived at my house. The officer was quite abusive and tried to accuse me of lunging at him, when
in fact he was throwing me around. Pam Pflumm, who previously filed trespass charges against me, and
whom I was to have no contact with, illegally entered my home with the officer, via a key which I had kept
on the deck. Before they entered my home, I called 911 and requested that the Pennsylvania State
Police come to my aid because of the verbal and physical threats that I received earlier in the day from
Officer Busser and Chief of Police Fiorill of the Southern Regional Police Department. After they had left,
I took a shower and almost collapsed from exhaustion and trauma. I got dressed and went to the
emergency room of Regional Hospital, former Saint Joseph Hospital. Dr. Laird attended to my concerns.

Feb 20, 2005 Plaintiff calls Southern Regional Police Department and Humane League to file formal
complaint of Cruelty to Animals. Both refused to investigate or file any reports. Complaint phoned in to
the Humane League on Feb 20, 2005 As described to a Letter To The Editor, Gil Smart While I was
away for a family emergency, I had someone let my two cats out after being inside for a few days, which
I have always done in the past. I returned after being in South Florida for one week. Upon driving toward
my driveway, my one cat was anxiously awaiting my arrival. However, my second cat was not there. This
was an immediate cause for concern, since being mother and son; they had always stuck together. After
a few days I knew that my cat was either abducted or was harmed. No way would he be around and not
come home. The other evening I went over to my suspect neighbors home, which I know often has been
mischievous toward my property in the past, and asked him if he saw my cat. He went on to tell me how
big my cat is and how he is the "king of the neighborhood". I found this conversation to be typical bull....
He said "don't worry it will show up soon!" Last evening I found my dead cat lying by my pond with a
possum chewing on its ear. I examined the body and found that its neck had been broken with no other
signs of any other wounds. I called the Humane Shelter and talked to a Cruelty Officer who said" There
is nothing we can do if you did not see anyone physically harm the animal Is this the way it is? You have
to prove a crime before they will investigate? Sounds a little backwards to me, but then again I often
forget where I am at.

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Feb 21, 2005 Plaintiff sends letter to Fulton Bank regarding the death of Thomas Caterbone and the
alleged indiscretions and illegalities of the activities of Fulton Bank.

Monday, February 21, 2005


Project Hope

Mr. Scott Smith


Fulton Financial Corporation
One Penn Square
P.O. Box 4887
Lancaster, PA 17604

Dear Mr. Smith:


The reason I had called you on Friday morning was to discuss an outstanding issue with you. I am not
threatening you or coming to you as an adversary, but rather just trying to understand how your
institution can be so cold and rude to my family. On Thursday I visited the Manor Branch to discuss the
account for Tom's Project Hope, our nonprofit foundation that advocates awareness for suicide
prevention, with a focus for teenagers. Of course this foundation was founded after the suicide of my
youngest brother, Tom, in 1996. Well, I never had so much trouble trying to gain access to our account's
statements than I did on that day. All that I heard was how much I would have to pay to get copies of the
statements. Which in itself is a little disheartening, considering we are a non-profit giving something back
to the community. We are a major donor for CONTACT Lancaster. And it is this attitude that inspired me
to address the very reason Tom's Project Hope was unfortunately founded. I had asked the Customer
Service person what would happen if I made an attempt to deposit a check in an account that did not
have funds available at that time. She said "we have to give you the choice to deposit the check or wait
until there are funds". I said are you sure, she said "oh yes, you have the choice to make the deposit or
not". I said that is what I thought was the policy or rule. In 1996 my brother, Tom, had his accounts with
your bank. He was given a check in the amount of approximately $60,000 by an account from Ms. John
Depatto.

Forgive me but I do not have the energy to retrieve all of the details at this time. My brother went to the
Manor Branch to deposit that check, and was refused on at least 3 occasions from making that deposit. I
know this because he was calling me asking for advise and help. I remember telling him to seek legal
counsel because this was not right. Your tellers refused to take the check for deposit because there were

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no funds available. I kept telling him that this was wrong and that he should make the deposit incase
funds became available the check would be honored. But your tellers kept refusing to make that deposit.
I then went on to learn that funds did become available and were paid to other entities that had NSF
checks waiting for funds, which would have been behind my brothers check had your tellers accepted
that deposit. If you carefully review the financial problems my brother encountered prior to his death, you
would see that this was the one transaction that started a spiral of events that caused him a great
amount of stress and duress. And I know this because I was trying to help him. I eventually took him to
the emergency room of St. Joseph Hospital just 4 days prior to his death.

Now, Sir, you tell me how you would feel if you were in my position, and what would you want to happen.
I have kept this to myself for far too long, and since I have had my own problems with your institution in a
similar way back in 1987. I would like to understand why we are treated like this, and ask that these
matters be addressed. Put yourself in my position, would you want anything less?
Feb 22, 2005 Plaintiff sends email to Lancaster District Attorney Donald Totaro after Supreme Court
announces the Supreme Court of the United States is reviewing Lambert Case, one day after Plaintiff
reviews affidavit for the first time in 7 years.
Dear Don:
Just so there are no misunderstandings, I have never had, nor do I have now, any information regarding
the Lambert proceedings. I have never spoken to anyone concerning the same. I am very suspect as to
the timing of this announcement and find it very disturbing given the document that I had innocently
resurrected after 8 years. My only intent in writing that document was to find resolve for my own tragic
situation. I believe a jury trial would have been the only fair way for an equitable resolution to this case.
Had that occurred in the beginning, I don't believe we would be confronting this issue today. I meant no
disrespect toward your office or that of the state. As far as the police, it is the same, except that I was
very angered at the few that have treated me with such malice, which is in no way a condemnation for
the men in blue. I was literally fighting for my life, and still continue to this day.
Feb 26, 2005 Plaintiff sends letter to President Bush and White House staff addressing concerns
regarding National Security Issues and this case and receives positive signal to proceed to court. Iraq
National Security
To: President George W. Bush

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From: Mr. Stan Caterbone <amgroup01@msn.com>


Subject: Write a Supporting Comment on National Security (Iraq)
Dear President Bush:
I need to know if any information contained herein compromises the security of the United States of
America. I have been getting mixed signals as to this question, and my life has been constantly
threatened because of this document. I would submit to a polygraph to verify the credibility of any of the
facts contained in this document. I was the sole author of this writing back in 1998. If you believe that this
document does threaten our National Security, I would like to personally deliver the accompanying
information assets to yourself or the National Security Agency upon request. If you believe that this
document does not compromise the National Security in any manner, then I would ask that you uphold
my civil liberties in continuing my efforts to adjucate these matters and find an opportunity for remedy in
the appropriate court of law.
March 10, 2005 Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., illegally removes my privileges to post on the Lancaster
Online Chat Board.
March 14, 2005 Plaintiff files complaint to the American Civil Liberties Union of Philadelphia, PA after the
Intake Director directed plaintiff in filing protocols.
March 14, 2005
American Civil Liberties Union Of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
intake@aclupa.org
Re: Complaint

I have had many persons levy attacks and harassment upon me with explicit statements defaming my
character and slandering me with such statements as calling me "insane, crazy and nuts". I have been
abused, both emotionally and physically, which are a matter of record, by the Southern Regional Police
Department, formally the Conestoga Police Department. I have had several fabrications and false reports
concerning alleged suicide attempts, all of which have been proved to be total lies. There has been total
disregard for my civil liberties and numerous violations of my civil rights. All of these incidents are
intended to provoke and illicit the very same behavior they accuse me of; that of being mentally unstable.

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The reason for this is simple, to discredit my allegations and to prevent me from taking legal action and
to block access of due process against the private and public entities of the County of Lancaster, and the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. These attacks, harassment, and intimidation began in June of 1987
and continue today. In the last several weeks, in the matter of 4 days, I was detained and abused by
Police in the middle of the night on 2 different occasions. At 4:00 am one morning a person called 911
and reported that I had emailed a message threatening to commit suicide, proven to be a lie. I had a
Police Officer raised his nightstick and threaten to hit me while he was in a violent rage, only to have
another officer take step in and disarm him. I have had the Police literally break into my home, because I
would not open the door, for fear of my safety after being abused the previous day. The officer
handcuffed me and shoved me around because I would not admit to wanting to kill myself. In the last
several weeks I have had no less than 6 persons attack my mental stability and in an effort to break me
emotionally. In 1987 I had made public allegations of fraud against a Defense Contractor, International
Signal& Control (I was a shareholder), after a meeting in which they wanted me to finance some
questionable activities. From that meeting forward, these illicit and malicious acts have been occurring
quite frequently. It cost me money, financial opportunity, friends, time; and everything imaginable except
my life. And there was at least one attempt on that. In 1987 ISC was in the midst of a multi-million dollar
merger with the British Defense Contractor, Ferranti International. My allegations caused grave
consequences to that deal. Four years later executives of ISC were indicted for the "largest fraud in U.S.
History"; ($1 Billion dollars), and for exporting arms to Iraq by way of South Africa. In 1987, when I made
these allegations, I was making the first digital movie; ironically, I received the original patent research
materials days after that meeting with ISC, from a prominent patent law firm in Philadelphia. I have been
Arrested at least on 6 occasions, and the most outlandish, for stealing my own files from my own office. I
have spent 6 days in prison. I have been taken to the Hospital on 2 occasions, and have been detained
by police on several other occasions for persons making false claims that I threatened to commit suicide.
I have never been convicted of any crime, and all charges are conveniently discharged before any court
proceedings. All charges of suicide have been proven to be false allegations and fraudulent false reports.
In the last week, I had obtained my medical records from the Regional Medical Center, while I was
maliciously and fraudulently admitted there after my arrest in 1987, and there are 3 reports from 3
different psychiatrists which all reveal that there was never any attempt by anyone in the Hospital
administration or medical staff to validate any of my statements; which in and of themselves were used to
indict me and support the diagnosis of manic depression. Of, course, all of my statements were true,
which all are methodically proven in the following supporting documents. I have had my airplane, loaded
with all of my files, repossessed in the middle of the night by the Common National Bank of Lancaster
(Mellon), before any payments were due. This happened immediately after my meeting with International

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Signal & Control, in 1987. I was trying to find safe haven in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, where we were
making a movie. Tony Bongiovi, of Power Station Studio in New York, had solicited me to help him
produce the 1st Digital Movie, again in 1987.I have been precluded from any seeking any kind of remedy
in the courts due to the sensitive nature and involvement of National Security issues. It has been
reported that the CIA and National Security Agency were all involved in covert and possibly rogue
activities with ISC and the export of arms to Iraq (Cluster Bombs). This was one of the questions that
Robert Gates had to answer in his Confirmation Hearings for Director of the CIA in 1990 by the Chairman
of the Committee (I have the CNN video). There was also a "Presidential Finding" that was said to be
filed by then President George H. Bush regarding the same. The following are supporting documents and
complaints that I filed and are forwarding to you:

March 23, 2005 Letter to Phi Wenger, President of Fulton Bank;


Email to Phillip Wenger
President of Fulton Bank
Lancaster, PA

Phil:
For the Record1. The Project Hope Account; Project Hope was founded in 1996 with it's mission stated in its nonprofit organization charter to raise funds for the intention of contributing to the education and
awareness of mental illness and suicide prevention. Since it's inception, I was the sole
administrator of all monies that were dispersed and donated to various local organizations to
further that cause. These relationships included; The Lancaster County Mental Health Alliance,
The Schreiber Pediatric Center, Contact Lancaster. I also was responsible for the local production
of the video "Numbers Don't Lie" (educational video for teenage suicide prevention) and
distributing that video to a host of local schools, churches, and faith based organizations. Since
about 2001, Project Hope has not made any contributions from it's account, while at the same
time continuing to raise funds from the annual golf tournament. In excess of $9,000 was
accumulated. Every year I questioned Phil and Mike about the contributions and what
organization they were going to give the money to. In December of 2004, Lois Gascho, Executive
Director of Contact Lancaster, personally called me asking if we could help her with some money.
At that time, her affiliation with the League of Churches had been terminated and Contact
Lancaster was without funding, and the 24/7 Suicide Hotline for Lancaster was at risk of being
shut down. I told her I would contact my brothers and get her some help. There was an article in

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the Lancaster Newspapers about the funding problems and I emailed Mike, Phil, and Jimmy
Karpathious the article and message that Lois called me asking for help. Nothing was done. I kept
trying to tell them that they were not operating the Project within IRS guidelines, and their nonprofit tax-exempt status was in jeopardy for not distributing the monies accumulated, as required
in the IRS regulations concerning the same. When I was down at Mike's last month, I found the
account statements for Project Hope and being that I am a Signatory on the account, took the
entire file with me and started to disperse the monies. I made one check out to Lancaster Contact
for $2500. When I met with Lois Gascho of Contact Lancaster to give her the check, she wanted
to give me a tour of the facility where the suicide hotline operates. While visiting, she was saying
how difficult it is to find volunteers to staff the hotline. I suggested that I could design systems,
with technology, that could allow volunteers to staff the hotline while working from home. This
would help Contact Lancaster a great deal in attracting more volunteers to help staff the hotline.
Remember, the hotline is located downtown, and volunteers must come and go during all hours
of the night to staff the hotline. I designed a conceptual system and called D&E Communications
to provide a proposal to provide the required software and telecommunications technology to
build the system. I expect to receive that proposal on Friday. I will be making a legal challenge to
gain control of that account with the Internal Revenue Service and the Tax-Exempt status of the
Project.

2. Fulton Account When my Mom got sick while in Florida, it was determined, by her, that she
could not live alone anymore. Our house at 1250 Fremont Street was in dire need of painting and
other maintenance for sometime. I told my mother that I was going to do these tasks now, incase
we have to sell the house. They house is 2 stories, which is more difficult for my mother to live in.
In January I decided that I would make sure the house is ready to put on the market by
springtime, and if we decide not to have to sell the house, it would be already done and could be
sold at anytime without any repairs needed. At the same time, I setup the Fulton Account with
online banking so that I could manage my mothers bills, and pay them from Lancaster without
having her try to take care of this herself. My mother memory has been a deteriorating problem
since the fall of last year. To give you an example, while in Florida last month, I was taking my
mother out for breakfast, we were driving around looking for a restaurant, and she looked at me in
the car and asked if we had eaten yet! She agreed that it would be best that I manage her bills,
hence the Power of Attorney for the Fulton Account and online banking. The $2,000 transfer was
for the renovations at 1250 Fremont that I am currently doing. I will now fund that project myself,

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because I do not want to be bothered with this at a later time. So, there you have the truth about
the accounts. So be it.
May 2, 2005 Plaintiff files a complaint with Capital Blue Cross
May 2, 2005

Capitol Blue Cross


Adult Basic Program
P.O. Box 777014
Harrisburg, PA 17177-7014

Re: Policy H200460959 & Policy Laps

As per my meeting in with your customer service representative on Friday, April 29th, at your home office
in Harrisburg, this is a letter of appeal for the lapsed policy and also a letter containing the complaints
concerning the charges from the Lancaster Regional Medical Center and Dr. Laird, the attending
emergency room physician, on February 19th, 2005, as per the request of the customer service
representative.
1) As per the lapse in policy, I was told by Kay Richmond, of Cash Processing Services (717-5417262) on several phone calls that there was a 30-day grace period. She had told me that
although it is not stated, there is a 30 day grace period for your policy. I had called because my
mail has been tampered with, and I questioned the rule of no grace period, and the policy being
dependant on Blue Cross receiving my payments via the mail. If this person who misrepresented
herself to me as a representative of your company was not who she said she was, this would
certainly not be the first time. Enclosed you will find a complaint that I filed with the Agent
Shannon J. Sarsfield, of the Pittsburg Regional Office of the PA Attorney General. In that
complaint I stated, My telephone has been used as a means of harassment and intimidation,
with my calls often being intercepted, misdirected, or impersonated. See the enclosed copy of
the complaint.
2) As per my reason to visit your home office on April 29th, to discuss the charges from the
emergency room visit on February 19th, I have enclosed all relevant documents for your use in
determining the validity of the charges from both Regional Medical Hospital and the emergency
room physician, Dr. Laird. Please direct any and all communications to me at the above address
or amgroup01@msn.com, or phone 717-380- 5903.

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June 2, 2005
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Judicial Conduct Board

RE: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Stanley J. Caterbone


District Court 02-2-06
Docket Number NT: 0000132-05
Commonwealth Court of Common Please
Appeal Docket No. CP-36-SA-00000141-2005

Explanation of Complaint
1. Previous to hearing, I entered the offices of the District Magistrate and requested a meeting with
him to review the rules for procedure for his courtroom. He belligerently yelled at me and told me
that I will determine who is guilty in this case and threw me out of his office. 2. I immediately
contracted the Lancaster County Court Reporters (LCCR) service to record the hearing.

2. I requested and paid a service fee to have 4 witnesses subpoenaed for my defense. Prior to the
start of the hearing, the District Magistrate never gave me an opportunity to explain the reason for
calling my witnesses, and collectively dismissed all of my witness without an opportunity for me to
explain how they were involved with this case. During the brief discussion that was on the record,
the District Magistrate intimidated and threatened me with court sanctions when I tried to explain
how the witnesses did have personal knowledge regarding the case. Two of the witnesses were
officers of Lancaster County and were called by me to investigate a crime, in which both refused.

3. At the conclusion of the hearing the District Magistrate threatened me with offensive language
again with court sanctions for merely trying to understand why he was violating the rules of
conduct and the rules of procedure for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

4. A few days after the conclusion of the hearing, I entered the offices of the District Magistrate to
pay for the fines and penalties sanctioned by the court. I first, asked whether I would have to pay
before I entered my appeal to the verdict. They refused to provide any explanation, other than
you will have to get an attorney, we cannot answer that question. I immediately paid the fines
knowing that I would appeal the case.

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5. After receiving the transcript for the LCCR, I found a blatant lie in the transcript. When asked
whether a witness had personal knowledge about the case, the transcript reads NO. Now before
I subpoenaed my witnesses, I reviewed the rules of procedure and was knowledgeable of the
rules for personal knowledge of a witness, and would not have answered no to that question
because they did have personal knowledge.

6. The District Magistrate was intimidating me and obstructing justice by trying to deter me from
filing CIVIL ACTION NO. 05-2288 IN THE UNITED STATES COURT FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA, which I filed on May 16, 2005. The case was filed with a Motion
to Seal on the same day.

PRIVATE
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
Docket Number:

The acts committed by the accused were: (Set forth a summary of the facts sufficient to advise the
defendant of the nature of the offense charged. Activation to the statute allegedly violated, without more,
is not sufficient. In a summary case, you must cite the specific section and subsection of the statute
ordinance allegedly violated.

Defendant did knowingly and willingly block plaintiffs access to the door to exit store in an attempt to
intimidate and harass, and after plaintiff tried to avoid the defendant and exit the doorway, defendant did
engage in an illegal sexual act by grabbing and squeezing the defendants buttocks with an inappropriate
gesture with the defendants finger while squeezing. This lude act was in the strictest violation of
Pennsylvania statutes concerning sexual harassment. Witnesses were present both behind the checkout
counter and waiting in line at the checkout counter. Plaintiff requests the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
to prosecute the defendant to the fullest extent of the law. All of which were against the peace and
dignity of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and contrary to the Act of Assembly, or in violation of and
(Subsection) (Section) of the (PA Statute). I ask that process be issued and that the defendant be
required to answer the charges I have made.

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I verify that the facts set forth in this complaint are true and correct to the best of my knowledge or
information and belief. This verification is made subject to the penalties of Section 4904 of the Crimes
Code (18 Pa.C.S. 4904) relating to unsworn falsification to authorities.

June 11, 2005


Defendant did knowingly and willingly block plaintiffs access to the door to exit store in an attempt to
intimidate and harass, and after plaintiff tried to avoid the defendant and exit the doorway, defendant did
engage in an illegal sexual act by grabbing and squeezing the defendants buttocks with an inappropriate
gesture with the defendants finger while squeezing. This lude act was in the strictest violation of
Pennsylvania statutes concerning sexual harassment. Witnesses were present both behind the
check*out counter and waiting in line at the checkout counter. Plaintiff requests the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania to prosecute the defendant to the fullest extent of the law. Verify that the facts set forth in
this complaint are true and correct to the Recent Police Reports & Status of Ongoing Investigations

1. Break-In reported on June 12, 2005: As reported to the officer, Adams? who came to take my
report, I left my home at approximately 2:30pm, with all doors locked. At approximately 9:15pm, I
entered through my garage door and found my back door wide open. I also reported a Honda file
missing, which I have since located.
2. I am requesting the status of the complaint that I reported to Officer Berger on June 10
concerning the sexual harassment by Mr. Thomas Grassel on the same date.
3. During my visit by the officer on June 12, I again asked if anyone in the department had
questioned Mr. David Pflumm regarding access to my home. As I have stated in just about every
complaint about a break-in over the past six months, On Thanksgiving day, 2004, Mr. David
Pflumm, his son Keagan, and daughter Lizzy, approached my home. I wanted NO personal
contact with them, and made sure my doors were closed and locked. After several minutes of
knocking on my back door, I went down to the basement hoping they would leave. They instead
went to my front door and basement door and kept knocking. I was located in the rear of my
basement, waiting for them to leave. Suddenly, Lizzy and Keagan appeared in my basement
asking why I did not answer the door. I quickly asked them how they got into my house. First they
said the door was opened, and then they said Keagan used a credit card to open my back door.
They said Dave was upstairs in my kitchen. We walked upstairs and I quickly asked Dave how
they got into my house, he responded, We have lots of keys. Now with all of the reports of
people breaking into my house, and the fact that I first reported the above event to Officer Berger

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in December with the report of my missing remote control, I will again ask you why your
department refused to question the Pflumms regarding keys to my house?
4.

During my interview last evening I showed the officer the letter from Mr. David Pflumm dated
June 2, 2005, which was served to me by a Pennsylvania Constable from District Justice Leo
Eckerts office at approximately 9:30 am on June 10th on Stone Hill road in front of my mailbox.
The officer said, We have a copy of that letter, and are aware of that. I requested the officer to
take the letter and my response, sent via facsimile to Pflumm Contractors on June 10th, to you.
The officer refused to take the letter. I asked him to take my statement regarding the same, and
he refused. I asked him why he would not take my statement, if you have a copy of the complaint
from Mr. David Pflumm? He said, I am going home. I called him corrupt and said that the whole
department was corrupt. I attest to the above statements as the truth and request a copy of all of
my complaints, reports, and calls to your department, as defined and authorized under the
Freedom Of Information Act, and according to the laws governing the same by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the federal rules governing the same.

Friday, July 1, 2005 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Stan Caterbone files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection in
the U.S. Eastern District Bankruptcy Court in Reading, PA at the Clerk of Courts, pays fee 255.00.
July 5, 2005 - Advanced Media Group issues a stock certificate to Sheryl Crow for a donation to the
Scouts Trail charity fund; which was to be build in Kennett, MO beside the Sheryl Crow Aquatic Center.
The stock certificate is being held my the Kennett MO Chamber of Commerce.
July 17, 2005 Posted message on the Sheryl Crow Fan Forum
Advanced Media Group
registered: 4/19/2005 00:00
posts: 5
A new business model? This is a digital revolution. The music industry and consumers are experiencing
a conversion from physical mediums (cd's, videos, dvd's) to electronic files stored in cyberspace and on
mp3 players. Musicians and Artists are facing a legal dilemma in light of the preceding -How to protect
ownership, intellectual property rights, and most importantly royalties from their music. Look at the
statistics. CD sales and revenues are going down. Who needs to own a CD collection when you can pay
Rhapsody $10.00 a month fora 1 million song catalogue with digital quality, accessible 24/7? In addition,
you have the capability to port any song or albumto your mp3 player at half the cost of a CD.
Convergence of mediums is what is driving the partnership between Dell and Sheryl Crow. They are

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leading the curve with this new technology for home entertainment. And it is not just about music. Sheryl
and Dell are pioneering a new approach at formulating a new business model that helps her
contemporaries meet the challenges facing the music industry at large. The musicians continue to enjoy
making more music, in light of the fact that they have been short changed during this process. When was
the last time you saw an artist go on strike? And what perfect timing to introduce a new album and tour.
I suspect it was all by design by professionals that understand thier markets, thier consumers, and thier
respective products. Give it a chance to play out before passing judgement.
posted: 7/17/2005 10:09

September 30, 2005 Yarnell - Security system malfunction garage door not on line <end>
October 01, 2005 Yarnell Calls 2 times Woke and found 2 calls from Yarnell Security <end>
October 02, 2005 Yarnell Security Dispatcher said someone entered house, aborted alarm at 9:21am
and changed the Master Code. Said she would reset. Code changed from 4115 to 2115. I told her she
had a security breach. Mr. Yarnell called me back and told me to stop calling his office.
October 04, 2005 Judge Mary McLaughlin Resubmit original complaint of 1998 affidavit via fax <end>
October 05, 2005 AB UNITED STATES TRUSTEE'S RESPONSE TO ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
THE DEBTOR'S BANKRUPTCY CASE SHOULD NOT BE REINSTATED On September 21, 2005, this
Court entered an Order to Show Cause why, in light of and Brief, his ...
October 05, 2005 - Comcast Cable
October 06, 2005 - Superior Court of California Filing Filed petitions for estate, and cause of death.
October 06, 2005- East Lampeter Police Arrest
Filed with California Superior Court for Sammy's Petitions via Willow Street Post Office. Then headed to
Cingular on Lincoln Hwy East, stopped for lunch at Brasserie. Girl jumped in front of me going in, Sheryl
Crow look alike. 2 girls, noticed SU, with convers...
October 07, 2005 Paid Conestoga Police Speeding Fine From Sunday

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October 07, 2005 District Justice Savage see 1987 <end>


October 10, 2005 Patio Table Smashed
October 10, 2005 Southern Regional Police Visit Chief Fiorill responds and takes report - said he would
send assignment number for insurance.
October 11, 2005 AB Order
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYL.VANIA
IN THE MATTER OF: STANLEYJ. CATERBONE, Report to Harleysville A. Mazzuchi CIVIL ACTION NO.
05-3689 BKY. NO.
October 13, 2005 Cingular 4 Customer Service Reps will provide an audit within 7 days.
October 14, 2005 Superior Court of CA call Ann, wanted to know what to do with docs about Sammy.
Never called back. Left 2 messages.
October 17, 2005 Harleysville Insurance Letter Still under investigation, reason for case not closed when
due.
October 18, 2005 Sovereign Bank would not open DIP Account. Kept giving me a hard time.
October 19, 2005 Hugh Ward, Dept of Justice Do not need DIP account, and do not have to submit
anymore docs for first meeting. Instructions will follow.
October 20, 2005 forum post would not give me a private meeting. told 3 people in lobby. <end>
October 22, 2005 East Lampeter Citations Docket No. CR-408-05 OTN- L260045-2 Hearing Nov 17,
3:00pm
October 28, 2005 Meeting with Judge Mary McLaughlin met with her, and at least 4 staffers <end>
November 01, 2005 - District Justice Savage Meeting

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Requested a change of venue. DJ Williams? told me to go to County Court House to the Court
Administrator and get Change of Venue
November 01, 2005 Lancaster County Court Administrator Will change to another District Justice. Cited
the Affidavit and 1987 abuse in Giest Road during arrest by MT Police, Horton and Reese.
November 04, 2005 called Hugh Ward about appointment Submittals before meeting. Resend original
submittals. 48 hour notice to reschedule. was not in, left message to call if we needed to meet, told him
by back was bad and not able to drive, reschedule for mon or tue.
November 05, 2005 Called Mastropietro and Dr Pool called for appt - both said to go to emergency room
November 06, 2005 Lancaster Regional Hospital Emergency Room too much pain. Went for pain pills.
Did not help
November 14, 2005 Lancaster County Criminal Prothonotary Office 2 documents were not served
including the notice for hearing and the notice regarding appeal decision. Clerks were not very helpful,
and kept giving excuses as to why I never received any notices. Always quick to take my mone for the 2
copies.
November 17, 2005 656-2191District Judge Ron Savage Court Hearing
November 21, 2005 Creditors Meeting Courtroom 1
November 22, 2005 Joss Package per Feb 05

November 29, 2005 Chapter 11 fees Paid fee schedule. Clerk provide details for Dec 15 creditors
meeting, along with mandatory requirements. Addendums and supplemental to schedules for creditors.
November 30, 2005 Charlie Smithgall visited with Dee, she explained the proposal for the Lancaster
Press Building and we discussed the skyline debate and project.
December 01, 2005 Reading Court Hearing

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December 02, 2005 East Lampeter Addendum for Hearing East Lampeter Citation Addendum to notes:
1. After walking outside I tried to give my credit card to the officer to pay for my bar tab, officer
refused to take the credit card so I threw the credit card on the ground. I told the officer that the

Charges withdrawn - May or may not be reissued by Judge Ruetter. What a crazy discussion and
hearing. Judge gave me the finger in the end while pointing to PA on a piece of paper. I'll save the
specifics and details for myself on this one.
December 06, 2005 eBay account hacked 23 Ipods listed from my store from Beijing China
December 06, 2005 IFCC FBI I05120608348825 IFCC internet fraud account 05120608348825
December 07, 2005 - Dr. Black request for records
December 08, 2005 - IFCC FBI I05120804514805 I05120804514805 You are about to submit a
complaint with the IFCC. Please review your information prior to submission.
December 12, 2005 - CD/DVD Writer Hacking tried to restore system configuration - did not work tried to
install new cd/dvd writer - did not work said to reinstall operating system and reinstall all software was
able to write to 3 cd on Iomega drive before it was hacked early am; Comcast Cable again disconnected
service and internet service.
December 14, 2005 Letter of Denial from the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency:

Pennsylvania
Housing Finance Agency

Homeowners' Emergency
Mortgage Assistance Loan Program
Pavements: 211 North Front Sheet, P.O. Box 15206
Harrisburg, PA 17105-5206
Correspondence: 211 North Front Street, P.O. Box 15530
Harrisburg, PA 171 05-5530
(717) 780-3940 1-800-342-2397 fax(717) 780-3995
ITY (717) 780-1869

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STAN J CATERBONE
220 STONE HILL ROAD
CONESTOGA, PA. 17516
S.S. #: 200-46-6095

Your application for a HOMEOWNERS' EMERGENCY MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE LOAN has been
DENIED pursuant to Act 91 of 1983,35 P.S. Section 1680,401-C et seq. and/o-r Agency Guidelines 12
PA Code Sect~on3 1.201 et seq. for the following reasons:

1. No reasonable prospect of applicant resuming full mortgage payments within twenty-four (24)
months and paying mortgage(s) by maturity based on: Applicant's income has been insufficient to
maintain mortgage for the past two (2) years. Total monthly expenses: $3268. 2002 net monthly
income: loss, 2003: 0,2004: extension.
2. No reasonable prospect of applicant resuming full mortgage payments within twenty-four (24)
months and paying mortgage@) by maturity based on: Applicant is financially overextended
based upon income history.
3. Property securing mortgage is not a one-or-two family owner occupied residence based on: The
secured property is used primarily for commercial or business purposes. Per applicant, ~ ~ 65%
of secured property is used for business.
4. Applicant is not suffering financial hardship due to circumstances beyond applicant's control
based on: Applicant has asset(s) which could have been liquidated to cure delinquency Per
applicant, has stocks and/lor bonds in business valued at $4 million.

You may be entitled to an appeal hearing if you disagree with our decision. Requests for a hearing
must be made in writing and must be submitted to the Agency within 15 days after the postmark date
of this letter. Verbal requests are not acceptable. The hearing may be conducted by telephone
conference call therefore you must include your telephone number. You also have a right to an inperson hearing at the Agency's office in Harrisburg if you so desire. Requests for hearings must state
the reason(s) that a hearing is requested and must be sent first class, registered or certified mail to:
Chief Counsel - HEMAP Hearing Request, PHFAIHEMAP, 21 1 North Front Street, P.O. Box 15628,
Harrisburg, PA, 17105-5628.
The hearing request may also be faxed to the attention of Chief Counsel - Hearing Request at 717-7804031. The Agency will attempt to schedule the hearing within thirty (30) days after the request is

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received. When sending your appeal, please be sure to print or type your name legibly and include your
social security number and phone number where you may be reached during the day. You have a right
to be represented by an attorney in connection with your appeal. If you cannot afford an attorney you
may be eligible for Legal Services representation. You can contact a Legal Services representative toll
free at 1-800-322-7572 for a referral to the office for your county. Please be aware that scheduling an
appeal hearing does not necessarily stay foreclosure proceedings.

DISCLOSURE OF USE OF INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM OUTSIDE SOURCE:


1. Disclosure inapplicable. The Federal Equal Credit opportunity Act prohibits creditors from
discriminating against credit applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex,
marital status, age (provided that the applicant has the capacity to enter into a binding contract);
because all or part of the applicant's income derives from any public assistance program; or
because the applicant has in good faith exercised any right under the Consumer Credit Protection
Act. The Federal Agency that administers compliance with this law concerning this creditor is the
Federal Trade Commission, Equal Credit Opportunity, Washington, D.C.

Sincerely,
THE PENNSYLVANIA HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY
HPREJECT
Rev. September 2003

December 15, 2005 - Meeting of Creditors Reading Courtroom 1 3rd Floor610-320-5255 341 Meeting
with Mr. Ward of Department of Justice, No Creditors attended. Routine meeting to clarify under oath
schedules submitted. Said to submit all filings to Reading Courts and would only hear from DOJ if
anything additional is needed. Asked when...
December 17, 2005 - Judge McLaughlin Hearing Request
Stanley J. Caterbone (pro se)
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

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Honorable Judge Mary A. McLaughlin


December 28, 2005 - Cyber warehouse Restore System $50 to restore to factory settings $45 wireless
pci card for old HP Laptop
December 31, 2005 - Depart for Los Cabos SouthWest Fl to Houston 7:20am charged me an extra $25
for luggage that they ended up loosing later in the day in Houston.
January 01, 2006 - Continental Airlines Could not talk to anyone about problem finally at about 8:30
talked to Continental at ticket counter, no flights, all booked until Wednesday. Put me on standby for
other flights that day, but said probably would not get on a flight. Kept arguing about problem with
several ticket agents, very
January 03, 2006 Finally got a flight out to Houston again, abuse and intimidation by Continental
employees, not happy about me getting a flight. Had to pay additional charge of $100 for ticket.
January 05, 2006 - Letter to Editor Drew Anthon Civility, professional etiquette, and the public discourse
for the Lancaster Convention Center debate. Tonight at the meeting at Farm and Home, I had
approached Mr. Drew Anthon and politely asked him to discuss and settle my civil complaint. This was
th...
January 05, 2006 - Complaint number: I06010506177009Password: luggage On January 30 I had
planned to visit Los Cabos, Mexico, for a business trip. I had used the Internet to locate the airport (PTO)
for that destination to locate and book the necessary travel accommodations. PVR (Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico) appeared on sev...
January 05, 2006 - Judge Mary McLaughlin, J Order to Serve Notice is received
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
STANLEY J. CATERBONE v. LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON, ET EL NO. 05-2288 ORDER CIVIL
ACTION
January 05, 2006 Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Unit Complaint number:
I06010506177009 FBI IFCC Complaint via letter

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January 06, 2006 Complaint number: I06010506177009 USPS


January 06, 2006 Complaint number: I06010506177009 via USPS
January 09, 2006 Judge Twardowski Order of Creditors 610-320-5255 phone Ext 248 Kathy,
Twardowski Clerk Ext 243 Twardowski
January 12, 2006 Honda Inspection
January 12, 2006 Received Judge Mary McLaughlin Serve Order of Jan 5 2005
January 13, 2006 Lancaster County Redevelopment Authority Meeting with Randy Patterson Discussed Concerts, said Joe probably does not have any, was not interested in getting involved, said
not his responsibility, Barnstormers manage facility and their option. Said we keep going around in
circles.

January 13, 2006 - Stanley J. Caterbone (pro se)


220 Stone Hill Road
the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (010...
610-320-5255 phone
Ext 248 Kathy, Twardowski Clerk Ext 243 Twardowski
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
In Re: Stanley J. Caterbone Debtor Case No: 05-23059-tmtChapter: 11
January 17, 2006 FBI Field Office in Harrisburg; Called about computer hacking and intruders
January 18, 2006 PA Housing Finance Hearing 780-3937 780-4031fax
January 18, 2006 Notice of Service To Fed Civil Actions Mailed all complaints and Judge Mclaughlin's
Notice of Service Package, with the exception of Southern Regional Police Department <end>
January 19, 2006 Joe Pinto Village Clair Bros Email Stan- Thanks for your help on this!! Joe
Delivery Confirmation Label Number: 0103 8555 7495 2644 2732 Judge Thomas M. Twardowski,
Unite...

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Filed Drew Anthon Default Notice and it was stamped in the Prothonotary office at 3:00pm by Audrey
January 20, 2006 Served Drew Anthon Default Notice Served Default Notice to Diane McMahon, the
Secretary in the Marketing Office of the Eden Resort Inn. She said Drew was out of the office, so she
gave the notice to Drew's Secretary while I was there. I went to have 1 drink at the Lounge Bar at the
Eden...
January 20, 2006 Meeting with Joe Pinto & Slide at Snow Magic
January 21, 2006 Yarnell Security Sys Letter YARNELL SECURITY SYSTEMS
131 ELMWOOD RD . LANCASTER PA 17602.717-399-3900 January 20,2006
PA 175 18Dear Mr. Caterbone, We
Turns to a bitchy nagging wife. <end>
January 23, 2006 US Dept of Justice Hugh Ward letter U.S. Department of Justice Office of the United
States Trustee Eastern District of Pennsylvania 833 Chestnut Street(215) 597-4411 Suite 500 fax (215)
597-5795 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LANCASTER
COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA CIVLL ACTION - LAW PROJECT HOPE/ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP 220
Stone Hill Road

DRREESWOR ATN RESORT INN AND CONF...


Richard S. Solove, Esquire McNEES WALLACE & NURICK LLC
180 Good Drive
Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 291-1177 Attorney I.D. #I7717 Attorney for Defendants
PENNSYLVANIA CIVIL ACTIO...
Barley Snyder, LLC, Attorneys at Law
126 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602-2893
28th Jan Auditorium Theater Chicago - On Sale Dec 10
Sale Dec 10 <end>

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610-320-5255 phone Ext 248 Kathy, Twardowski Clerk Ext 243 Twardowski
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
February 01, 2006 ANSWER TO FULTON BANK REQUEST FOR RELIEF FROM AUTOMATIC STAY
Local Bankruptcy Form 9014-3 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
IN RE :
January 27, 2006 Claim filed with Harleysville Insurance Company regarding the Los Cabos trip and
all related Freud and deception.
On January 30 I had planned to visit Los Cabos, Mexico, for a business trip. I had used the Internet to
locate the airport (PTO) for that destination to locate and book the necessary travel accommodations.
PVR (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) appeared on several Google searches as that airport. I accordingly
booked flight itinerary and tickets for that trip. On January 31 I booked a flight from Houston Hobby
airport to PVR (Continental Flight 1768, Seat 10D). I had some knowledge of the PTO system, having
the national register for PTOs when I had my plane operating, the Piper Navajo Chieftain, in 1987. I had
logged several flights, as far away as Atlanta, and booked it for charter to several clients. PVR was
not, in fact, the airport for that destination. I had consumed an estimated $2,000 in expenses for that trip,
and never was able to travel to Los Cabos as planned. I was denied a car rental after landing in PVR
without any lodging accommodations. I had to spend 3 evenings in the PVR airport because of no
lodging accommodations. The only accommodation I could find was at a price of $389.00 (Marriot Hotel)
per night, well beyond my budget. I was not allowed fair access to certain return flights to Houston Hobby
airport, and was in a constant state of intimidation by the agents at PVR that were under the employ of
Continental Airlines. Continental Airlines made no attempt to remedy any of these problems, or make any
attempt to accommodate my concerns or complaints. Southwest Airlines conveniently lost my only piece
of carryon luggage from Philadelphia to Houston, on January 31 (Flight 1950/2646); which contained my
only seasonal clothing, as well as legal and business files of the Advanced Media Group, and related
computer hardware. I had to purchase shorts, t-shirts, and sandals, because of that mishap. Southwest
Airlines made no real attempt to transport the lost baggage to PVR, where I needed it, and tried to use
acts of intimidation during my filing of that claim in the Houston Hobby office of Southwest Airlines.
(Southwest Airlines Lost Baggage Claim Report number 1000777444). I estimate that the lost monies for
this mishap to be approximately $2,200. The airfare alone was $1500. Car rental fees (Avis) were
approximately $170. Clothing and other related accessories were approximately $100.00. Food
expenses were approximately $200. Upon finally arriving back at the Philadelphia Airport, my battery had
been tampered with, and my final trip home was extended an additional 3 hours, this was after

the delay of another 4 hours by the Southwest flight from Orlando to Philadelphia. I had been
randomly selected for private searches by the Homeland Security agents upon every stop,
and in Houston, Texas, was accused by an inspection device (false positive reading) as carrying
a plastic explosive in my carry-on luggage, and was treated as such. In addition, a portable
storage device was also corrupted during this process, via the Internet. Spending New Years
Eve in the PVR airport, cold with only rigid, hard, and very uncomfortable seating, with no one
that understood English, all the while experiencing extreme back pain (currently under a
physicianscare and treatment) ---- priceless. Description of how you were defrauded: On
January 30 I had planned to visit Los Cabos, Mexico, for a business trip. I had used the Internet

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to locate the airport (PTO) for that destination to locate and book the necessary travel
accommodations. PVR (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) appeared on several Google searches as
that airport. I accordingly booked flight itinerary and tickets for that trip. On January 31 I booked
a flight from Houston Hobby airport to PVR (Continental Flight 1768, Seat 10D). I had some
knowledge of the PTO system, having the national register for PTOs when I had my plane
operating, the Piper Navajo Chieftain, in 1987. I had logged several flights, as far away as
Atlanta, and booked it for charter to several clients. PVR was not, in fact, the airport for that
destination. I had consumed an estimated $2,000 in expenses for that trip, and never was able
to travel to Los Cabos as planned. I was denied a car rental after landing in PVR without any
lodging accommodations. I had to spend 3 evenings in the PVR airport because of no lodging
accommodations. The only accommodation I could find was at a price of $389.00 (Marriot Hotel)
per night, well beyond my budget. I was not allowed fair access to certain return flights to
Houston Hobby airport, and was in a constant state of intimidation by the agents at PVR that
were under the employ of Continental Airlines. Continental Airlines made no attempt to remedy
any of these problems, or make any attempt to accommodate my concerns or complaints.
Southwest Airlines conveniently lost my only piece of carryon luggage contained my only
seasonal clothing, as well as legal and business files of the Advanced Media Group, and related
computer hardware. I had to purchase shorts, t-shirts, and sandals, because of that mishap.
Southwest Airlines made no real attempt to transport the lost baggage to PVR, where I
needed it, and tried to use acts of intimidation during my filing of that claim in the Houston
Hobby office of Southwest Airlines. (Southwest Airlines Lost Baggage Claim Report number
1000777444). I estimate that the lost monies for this mishap to be approximately $2,200. The
airfare alone was $1500. Car rental fees (Avis) were approximately $170. Clothing and other
related accessories were approximately $100.00. Food expenses were approximately $200.
upon finally arriving back at the Philadelphia Airport, my battery had been tampered with, and
my final trip home was extended an additional 3 hours, this was after the delay of another 4
hours by the Southwest flight from Orlando to Philadelphia. I had been randomly selected for
private searches by the Homeland Security agents upon every stop, and in Houston, Texas,
was accused by an inspection device (false positive reading) as carrying a plastic explosive in
my carry-on luggage, and was treated as such. In addition, a portable storage device was also
corrupted during this process, via the Internet. Spending New Years Eve in the PVR airport,
cold with only rigid, hard, and very uncomfortable seating, with no one that understood English,
all the while experiencing extreme back pain (currently under a physicians care and treatment) --- priceless.
February 02, 2006 -

Judge Twardowski Feb 2 Order UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

EASTERN DISTRICT 01: PENNSYLVANIA In Re: Stanley J. Caterbone


February 03, 2006 - Lance formally and publicly breaks off engagement to Sheryl by going public and
releasing public statements.
February 03, 2006 - Rcvd LC KEGEL KELIN ALMY & GRlMM response to Fed Civil Action

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Woke up and found Ipod and Ring Missing (wedding band on ring finger take off during the night by
someone). Ipod was crashed and charging in van.
February 05, 2006 - Conestoga Police Speeding Ticket
February 06, 2006 - Ipod Found.
February 06, 2006 - Donegal Policy Due $159 PAE 3015468 faxed to 426-7031 <end>
February 06, 2006 Manheim Township Police Order to Dismiss Federal cv05-0288 to Judge McLaughlin
2005 to the Court requesting permission to amend his "comp This Court by Order dated January 5,2006,
directed Plaintiff to serve his summons and
February 10, 2006 - Drew Anthon Motion Due 180 Good Drive Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 291-1177
Attorney I.D. #I7717 Attorney for Defendants PLEAS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
CIVIL ACTIO...Took back digital box for replacement, gave colored woman bankruptcy papers for her
superior, was again going to turn off cable.
February 10, 2006 Drew Anthon Notice of Items Feb. 10 2006 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA CIVIL DIVISION
PROJECT HOPE ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
220 Stone Hill Road
February 12, 2006 Joe Roda & Diane Nast email Feb. 12 2006 Dear Joe and Diane: These are the
documents I currently have filed in Federal courts. I just saw you were back to work, so I thought I should
share these with you. Please understand that the quotation of my statement
Re: Do you know my cousin, Diane Nast?
To: <amgauctions@comcast.net>Date:...
Again went to Comcast after digital service was again shutt off. Again, another useless phone call to
customer service. Told them that Mable of the Legal dept processed bankruptcy order. After about 20
minutes, said service was restored.

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February 15, 2006 Letter to the PA Housing Finance Agency;


Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

S.S. #: 200-46-6095

Chief Counsel - HEMAP Hearing Request,


PHFAIHEMAP,
21 1 North Front Street,
P.O. Box 15628,
Harrisburg, PA, 17105-5628
Facsimile: 717-780-4031

February 16, 2006

Re: NOTICE OF DECISION OF HEARING EXAMINER


For the record, I did not provide the statements in the report as you have determined. I protest the
accuracy of the statements that were reported in the Decision, and formally request a copy of the tape
recording. I also have determined there are several inaccuracies concerning the facts that were
established. Given that you a Federally funded program, what courts would have jurisdiction in any
appeals that may follow?
February 21, 2006 Fulton Hearing in Reading 1. If you do not want the court to grant the relief sought in
the motion or if you want the court to consider your views on the motion, then on or before February 8,
2006 you or your attorney must do & of the following:Judge Twardowski Feb 2 Order
February 22, 2006 Visit Comcast to confirm appt.
February 22, 2006 - Lancaster County Commissioners Meeting Art Morris, and Planning Commission.
Walked out after hearing they awarded the consultants bid 1 week before RFP was due.

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February 22, 2006 Suburban Cable Appt Cable modem turned on before Comcast tech even entered
my office, how could that happen? Blue light on Vonage modem was lit for first time since Friday, the
week before.
February 23, 2006 Letter from Lynn Stoy of the PA Housing Agency denying my request for a
transcript of the Hearing in January.
February 24, 2006 Received Leo Eckert summons from Conestoga Police
COUNTY OF:
March 01, 2006 Lancaster County Commissioners Meeting
March 01, 2006 Lancaster County District Attorney Office Drop off letter to Donald Attorney <end>
March 01, 2006 Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Request 2006 fee schedule for Project Hope and
Advanced Media Group. See Sharon Roda, who works for the Economic Development and David
Nikollof. Did not know she worked there and asked
to visit with her.
March 01, 2006 Visit Joe Pinto at Clipper Stadium Stopped by to see Joe about the concert schedule for
the summer. Joe was busy.
March 02, 2006 Phone call from Attorney JoLynn Stoy of PHFA Another argument about getting the
recording of my Appeal Hearing on Jan 18th in Harrisburg. She again tried to lie her way out of the fact
that they fabricated my statement in their finding. Hung up
on her. <end>
March 02, 2006 Mail Certified letter to JoLynn Stoy
March 04, 2006 Interrogation
March 05, 2006 NSA

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March 07, 2006 Hypnosis Seminar Talk to someone and they said smoking would be over at 8pm and
the diet would start at 8pm and end at 10. $59. fee to attend. The went to Dispensing com and had 2
beers, then to Alley Kat had 3 drinks and 3 cokes until 1:15am, then went home. Went back ...March 08,
2006
Desk Sergeant and tall shorthaired officer carrying black gym bag were at front desk. Laid my business
card on desk and asked if "they knew what chlorphorme was, and that I heard rumors around town that
someone was using that stuff, and they should clean...
March 21, 2006 Someone just shot at me At approx 6:30 am this morning I was out by the side of my
house in the woods tying up a tree and someone from the adjacent valley shot one shot which sounded
like it was it could have been at me. There were no hunters in the area that I could see. Their...
March 21, 2006 EXCELSIOR PLACE INVESTOR Excelsior to get new investor Partner to be revealed
today for E. King project BY PAULA HOLZMAN, Intelligencer Journal Staff Today's city Redevelopment
Authority meeting could break the deadlock on plans to renovate several
March 22, 2006 Facsimile to Lin Patch, Appeals Officer of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Fax Cover Sheet
To:

Lin Patch, Appeals Officer


Hemap Appeals Unit

Company:

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

Fax Number:
From:

Stan Caterbone

Date:

March 22, 2006 2:58pm

Re:

Appeal to Commonwealth Courts

I have received the tape recording of my appeal hearing on March 15, 2006, and upon further review, the
following statement was not found on the recording of my hearing: The applicant provided the following
statement with respect to the cause of the mortgage delinquency: "These circumstances came about
when I met with officials from International Signal & Control, plc., in 1987 and became involved with
agencies providing the United States of America associated with the highest level of Intelligence and
National Security. I was called upon by ISC to help to provide financial assistance for portions of their

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[sic] operations. I immediately became suspect of these circumstances following my meeting of June 23,
1987; and alerted various officials of local, state, and federal authorities. It was these allegations that
resulted in a 'Billion Dollar Fraud' that was successfully prosecuted by the United State Attorney General
and the Federal Bureau [sic] of Investigation in 1990. Thiese circumstances have been before now, a
dire problem within the scope and bounds of our National Security. These circumstances are now able to
be adjucated within the Court of Law under the provisions and doctrines of the Constitution of the United
States of America. During these activities, certain agencies of the intelligence community began
extracting information on present and future issues concerning the current state of affairs of the United
States of America." I also have learned that Mr. Cooper in the hearing stated that an appeal to the
Commonwealth Courts time expired after 30 days, or 6 days after you provided me with the recorded
transcript, which I initially requested on or about February 10, 2006. Was it your intention to delay the
delivery of the tape recording so that the time for filing my appeal would have expired?
March 25, 2006 Key to Honda Stolen Mom's House and Billy Plank Found beer can in back yard, and
newspapers in kitchen. Noticed people may have been inside house. While there, white small car pulled
up in back beside Billy Planks truck, got out and crawled under truck. Was a clue about the key under my
van that was...
March 25, 2006 Went home to get key for Safety Deposit Box March 25, 2006 Hypnotized (Key) Fulton
Bank Safety Deposit Box Hypnotized with the Key Trick, Alarm went off on car, don't know how, younger
woman beside my car, lipstick. Lost key to ignition, got out of car, stood beside car, went back into car
and key was gone. Went to get key under car, and it was gone. Wanted...
March 25, 2006 Hypnotized (Key) Fulton Bank Safety Deposit Box Hypnotized with the Key Trick, Alarm
went off on car, don't know how, younger woman beside my car, lipstick. Lost key to ignition, got out of
car, stood beside car, went back into car and key was gone. Went to get key under car, and it was gone.
Wanted...
March 25, 2006 Gib Armstrong Office
Pick up Right to Know and Freedom of Information Act documents.
March 28, 2006 Received Judge Fehling Order for Hearing UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

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April 02, 2006 Someone Enters 220 Stone Hill Road Ran out of house after someone hiding in
basement
April 02, 2006 Registration Stolen from Dodge Pickup
April 03, 2006 Person breaks into 220 Stone Hill Road Leave driveway and with pickup go to Wagon
Wheel for coffee and newspaper, group of Men laughing at me. I ask them if anyone of them was in my
house, stay out of house until 1:30pm.
April 03, 2006 Chorophormed released in Car
April 04, 2006 Southern Regional Police Keep Pounding At Door Said they just wanted to talk, Fedor
and Chief Fiorell Security took picture. Said I was sick and wanted to help me.
April 04, 2006 Phil Called From Austin Texas Said Lance was out of town this week.
April 04, 2006 Fax Southern Regional Police Suit to Don Totaro, Lancaster County District Attorney
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY CIVIL
DIVISION Stanley J. Caterbone County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania :
April 05, 2006 Officer Buser/Lancaster General Hospital/Millersville Police/East Lampeter
April 07, 2006 Conestoga Speeding Tickets & Inspection Hearing This court has received your plea of
NOT GUILTY to the above summary violation(s). The sum of $ 112.50 has been accepted as collateral
for your appearance at trial. Your trial has been scheduled as follows: PLEASE TAKE NOTE WHERE
BEARING WILL
April 08, 2006 - . Hospital Missing Mail Civil Action Complaint given to Staff to mail at 1:00am missing,
rest of mail shown to me and was never mailed.
April 10, 2006 Dr. Pressley 2nd Opinion Dr. Bill Met with Dr. Bill, would not answer question regarding
verifying 302 Order.
April 11, 2006 Judge Anita Brody Appeal to Fulton Bank Stay Entered

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April 11, 2006 Judge McLaughlin Order for Continuance to May 11 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA Stanley J. Caterbone CIVIL ACTION
April 12, 2006 Sent Transcript to Judicial Conduct Review Board COMMONWEALTH OF
PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL CONDUCT BOARD PENNSYLVANIPAL PLACE 301 CHESTNUT STREET
SUITE 403.
April 13, 2006 17101 717-234- 7911March 27,2006Stanley Caterbone220 ...
April 14, 2006 34 Foot Admiral Holiday Rambler Test Drove 30 foot <end>
April 14, 2006 The Sharks Live Walked in and wanted to pay for ticket, said wanted to see Gus and
walked into Village. Dave and Heather, Ken Ray & Carol, Den Lilly, Kratzert, Suzanne Porter, Brett, Fred,
Billy T. Joe Klaus,
April 16, 2006 George at Village Would not let me back in. Said about ticket, and he would not let me
pay him for the ticket.
April 17, 2006 Cable Disconnected Paid Comcast at Office All Cable disconnected at telephone pole.
Sov Bank Project Hope Check #129 Susan Gibson would not turn cable and internet on. Said I had to
pay $990.42 <end>
April 18, 2006 Comcast Suit Fax to Anita Brody Re: Civil Action 05-2288 The 5 page fax you sent
through eFax.com to 12155802356 was successfully transmitted at 2006-04-19 00:28:29 (GMT).
receiving machine's fax ID: .____________...
April 18, 2006 Millersville Boro Police Report 872-4657 Patrolman Michael K. Schaeffer, who took report
on gave me incident no. 2006-MU-00509 Phone 717-872-4657 Fax 717-872-4705 10 Colonial Avenue
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY CIVIL
DIVISION Stanley J. Caterbone Applied for Food Stamps
April 18, 2006 Pham Computers
Said could not order Avaratec Power cord, said it might be internal power supply.

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April 18, 2006 Priority Mail Wcrow & Daile High Priority mail transaction No. 72 USPS 414408-9550
Advanced Media Group 220 Stone Hill Road Email April 17, 2006Mr. Dale High High IndustriesFrom :
Advanced Media Group <amgroup01@msn.com>
Sent : Wednesday, April 19, 2006 4:58 AM To : <comments@whitehouse.gov>
See Federal Civil Action No. 05-2288... Walked in to get a copy of Littering Citation, (Rick) Desk Officer
began yelling at me and told me that I was driving while drinking, even though my car was parked.
Officer asked for my key after he followed me out to my car, gave me a parking ticket fo...
April 22, 2006 Drove to get a paper. Took a shower at Mom's house to go back to Lancaster City Police
Station for my Key and license.
April 22, 2006 Lancaster City Police Station Went in to get license and key and Desk Officer (woman)
kept yelling at me and gave my key back and said I would have to come back tonight to get my license
back. Told me to get out of station and never to come back again!
April 22, 2006 Lancaster County Library Update calendar and email. Tried to lock me out of system.
April 24, 2006 LiHeap Application No More walking, told to come back tomorrow Lois Gascho on
vacation out all week.
April 25, 2006 LiHeap Application $600 from LiHeap, Bankruptcy papers faxed to PP&L; Docket Judge
Anita Brody Order of Oct 5 PP&L to turn on Electric on Wed am
April 25, 2006 Reading Court Hearing Parking Meter
April 25, 2006 Lancaster County Library Got MSN Alert for Reading Parking Ticket Hearing, called
District Justice in Reading
April 25, 2006 FBI Internet Crime Unit Reported calendar hacked and alert for Reading Parking Ticket
and Alert changed.
April 26, 2006 Judge Anita Brody Appeal Due

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April 26, 2006 Lancaster County Assistance Food Stamps Said denied last year because of resources
(5,000 in bank, credit card liability) Said denied last year because failed to show to interview. Would not
tell me how long to get food stamps
April 27, 2006 District Justice Ballentine Caterbone v. Comcast
April 28, 2006 Amended LGH & Southern Regional Police Department COMMONWEALTH OF
PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS COUNTY OF LANCASTER CIVIL DIVISION Stanley J.
Caterbone COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS COUNTY OF
LANCASTER CIVIL DIVISION Stanley J. Caterbone to Lancaster General Hospital CIVIL COMPLAINT
CI-06-03349 Emily at information desk, called to corporate, would not give me directions to department,
served 2 copies to LGH and Dr. Pressley
April 28, 2006 Service to William Campbell of Southern Regional Police Left copy inside door. See
pictures.
April 28, 2006 Barnstormers Opening Game
April 29, 2006 Tommy's Anniversary Planted our garden.
May 01, 2006 Totaro's Office, Lancaster County DA Office Requested meeting, told to write letter.
Obstruction of Justice Southern Regional Police Shellenberger
May 01, 2006 Lancaster County Commissioners Office Copy of Letter to Henderson, tried to make
appointment, staff said will not see me for meeting.
May 02, 2006 Millersville Boro Police Incident Report Now, said cannot have incident report.
April 21, 2006
Advanced Media Group Stanley J. Caterbone
220 Stone Hill Road Conestoga, PA 17516Millersville Borough Police Department Michael K...
May 02, 2006 Lance Look alike peddling on near Penn Manor Middle School

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May 02, 2006 Danny Hershey Talked to Danny for awhile; Gun Shop; told me about DA Detective M.
Landis being a "problem and a lunatic", kept telling me about him, said he lived near Dave on Slackwater
Road, asked if I was having a problem with Dave, and said he was a problem, aske...
May 03, 2006 Talked to Chief Rochet via phone of Millersville Boro Police requested incident Re... Told
me to call Sue Moyer of the Lancaster County DA office, would not give incident report FAX COVER
SHEET TO COMPANY FAX NUMBER FROM DATE RE COVER MESSAGE +1-7172953693 Stan
Caterbone Ma5y/ 0033/,0 260 90:628 DATE RE COVER MESSAGE +1-7172934470 Stan I think it is the
judicial branch of government, not the executive; but thanks for the information anyway. I will handle the
problem we discussed today in another manner. As I stated, I will not put myself in harms way by going
near Officer Buser of So... May 04, 2006 Civil Complaint Pam Pflumm AOPC 308A-05
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
COUNTY OF: Lancaster CIVIL COMPLAINT Magisterial District Number: Ma0y2 0-24-,0 AOPC 411A-05
1-2 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COUNTY OF:Lancaster Magisterial District Number : FAX
COVER SHEET TO COMPANY FAX NUMBER FROM DATE RE COVER MESSAGE +1-5738889802
Stan Caterbone
5/04/06 4:03 AM could you please confirm the where...
2006 Business Law Seminar: Lancaster
May 08, 2006 Richard Plum phone call Harleysville Insurance Company Said he would overnight new
affidavit, argued about why no one alerted about deficiencies
May 10, 2006 Fulton Bank Commercial Loan Application Branch Manager refused to provide application
or any documentation
May 10, 2006 Fulton Bank Commercial Loan Application Bill Dougherty, Branch Manager on 1st floor;
would not provide me with an application. Process was to provide financial statements; kept requested
documentation as to application and process, refused. Said did not mail it, would go out today, again
lied.
May 11, 2006 Went to U.S. Postal Station on Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, man came up to me Capt
Palmer? Said he was Dick Shellenberger brother-in-law, wanted to talk to me, kept backing me up while
trying to weigh envelopes, told him to get away, I was busy, walked outside and waited, told him I was
busy and walked away.

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May 15, 2006 Availability Staffing Went to talk to Tony Spinello, would not meet, met with Amber.
May 16, 2006 Judge Brody Brief Due
May 17, 2006 FBI Harrisburg Office Obstruction of Justice Complaint Travel to Washington DC
May 17, 2006 Help Make LIVESTRONG DAY One to Remember "It's time for our nation to address our
issues. Together, we can help change things for the better. As a team, we can make a difference for
survivors." -Lance Armstrong
Schedule appt.
May 17, 2006 Senate Select Committee on Intelligence 2 photographers take my picture outside
Hearings Gave phone number to call. FOXNews.com - Intel Panels Hear From NSA Director - Politics
Visit and request meeting with receptionist or another attorney
May 18, 2006 Availabity Staffing Follow up with Amber, said she had someone else in office that could
help find some part-time consulting. Talked with . Did not even read resume, told him if he had a client
that wanted to increase profits to call me. Said only dealt with manufacturing,..
.
March 29, 2006, 4:05 PM ET Jonathan Cohen, N.Y. Taylor for the 2006 Rainforest B... Joe Pinto Lied
As per the instructions of the receptionist in Senator Specter's office yesterday, I would like to meet with
the Senator regarding information that I have previously sent.
Please forward a date at your earliest convenience.

Thank You for your considerations.

Advanced Media Group


Stan Caterbone
mailto: amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Fax: (717) 427-1621

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May 19, 2006 Dave Pflumm and Brett Stabley Thought they stole my wife
May 21, 2006 Harleysville Claim Priority Mail
May 22, 2006 Payments for Advanced Media Group Vonage Phone 17.48 Rhapsody .99 Go to My PC
24.95 EBay 15.95 Andale 16.95 Efax 10.00 Nextel
155.00
May 22, 2006 Advance Media v. Mike, Stabley, Pflumm COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION Advanced Media Group Stanley
J. Caterbone Ma2y2 202 County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Agent is not processing above claim and
keeps lying to me. After I submitted claim forms and did not hear from him, I called him and he said that
a sworn and notarized affidavit required embossed seal from notary, proved that was not the case. Then
he s...
May 22, 2006 PA Insurance Complaint Agent is not processing above claim and keeps lying to me. After
I submitted claim forms and did not hear from him, I called him and he said that a sworn and notarized
affidavit required embossed seal from notary, proved that was not the case. Then he s...

Mike, I

(Advanced Media Group) am suing you for libel, slander and defamation of character. Just what is it you
are trying to accomplish by slandering me with this mental illness allegation?

You need to come clean with how my business with AIM back in 2001 was lost. I find it ironic that as
soon as I received my inheritance from Dad, Dave told me he knew that I went to a different bank to
deposit the funds, and shortly thereafter, you called me and said that your regional sales manager
received some complaints from some wholesalers about the updates I was sending out to you and the
other clients that I had with AIM.

You see Mike, since 1987, you all have been interfering with my business and my finances. You take my
money and my income, and when I try to resolve that through the courts, which is precisely where
matters of this kind are resolved, you go back and slander and libel me with this mental illness allegation.

You have not seen me since February of 2005, and I have only spoken with you on a few occasions,
very briefly, and you never mentioned anything about me being mentally ill.

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Now, you are going to have to answer in court what type of behavior you have witnessed that leads you
to the conclusion that I am having mental illness problems.

I am in the midst of litigating these and other past issues in the United States Court of the Eastern District
of Pennsylvania, Civil Action 05-2288 (which is sealed to the public), and you are obstructing justice and
interfering with my right to due process.

Everyone that has libeled me with these mental illness

allegations will find that they will find a similar civil action filed against them.

I only have a hundred dollars left, and Mom still owes me from the judgment that was awarded to me in
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas last July. Legally, I cannot leave Lancaster until all of my
legal issues are properly adjucated through the courts, or I will face bench warrants for my arrest.

So, I am asking you once again to overnight mail me the final payment of $800 and I will satisfy the
judgment against 1250 Fremont Street. You can ask Mom just how much she has paid me so far. A few
months ago she sent me a check for $200, and said she would send me the rest of the payments. Last
week she said she would send me a check, and I still have not received it.

Attached is the civil action that I am filing.

And you also need to stop interfering with my relationship with Sheryl, and you better stay away from her.

----Original Message Follows---From: mtciidd@aol.com


To: amgroup01@msn.com
Subject: Re: The right thing?
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 08:45:06 -0400

Stan you need to get help. You need to see a doctor and get back on your medication. I know you dont
see this but your not well and we want to help. If you see a doctor I will help financially. Money is not
going to solve your problems in your current condition. Your entire solution to every this is through the
courts and what happens when you exhausted all your options and that what? Mom is getting very old
and we dont know how much time she has so please leave her alone and you can deal with me. I wish
you could see what youre doing to yourself but i guess you cant. I know youre pissed off but we want to

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help. What is happening with your house? How far behind are you in your mortgage payments and
dont give me your bankruptcy info. Because donor or later your going to have to settle.

Just trying to help.

Mike

From: Stan Caterbone <amgroup01@msn.com>


To: mtciidd@aol.com
Sent: Fri, 19 May 2006 09:06:18 -0400
Subject: The right thing?

Just what did you mean.

and this is your brother Stan.

Advanced Media Group


Stan Caterbone
mailto: amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
Fax: (717) 427-1621

Advanced Media Group


220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
May 23, 2006 Email Convention Center Recommendations from March 2005 1 of 2 5/24/2006 4:32
AM Sent : Tuesday, May 23, 2006 1:21 PM... Filed appeal and Forma Papaus to Appeal Reading Traffic
Tickets
May 23, 2006 Convention Over Budget Lancaster New Era Lancaster New Era: Center bids $25M over
budget http://eedition.lancasteronline.com/pages/news/edition/NEPM/200... 1 of 3 5/23/2006 8:19 PM

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costs could be 30% higher than... CV-0000160-06 Comcast must send notice to defend, otherwise do
not attend. Tried to make me miss this hearing, original taken, I thought it was for June 26, went today to
get
May 26, 2006 Hearing Caterbone v. Comcast CV-0000160-06 Comcast must send notice to defend,
otherwise do not attend.
May 26, 2006 Barley Snyder, LLC - Lancaster General Hospital File Stolen Gave formal notice to
Attorneys Meagan Ford and Mattson regarding LGH file stolen, said allegations that their client may have
been involved, Caroline (African American woman) at reception desk. Called to executive secretary of
both attorneys, were not a...
May 26, 2006 Judge Mary J. McLaughlin Letter faxed Advanced Media Group 220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
May 26, 2006 Judicial Conduct States District Court for the Eastern District Please explain your
complaint on the reverse of this from. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL CONDUCT
BOARD Pennsylvania Place 301 Chestnut Street, Suite 403 OFFICIAL USE
May 29, 2006 Judicial Conduct Review Board Complaint filed Please explain your complaint on the
reverse of this from. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL CONDUCT BOARD
Pennsylvania Place 301 Chestnut Street, Suite 403 Harrisburg, PA
.
May 29, 2006 Grassel Answer to Civil Complaint Due
May 30, 2006 Southern Regional Police Dept Answer Due
May 30, 2006 Kenny Chesney -- Opening for Chesney will be Sugarland and Jake Owen
May 31, 2006 Artie email for Convention Center March 2005 Artie, thanks for the intelligent reply and
discussion. You should understand, there is not too much that you have said that I disagree with. You
are right on point in your analysis. However, too understand my perception, you must understand my
experience...

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May 31, 2006 - Robert Walker email Advanced Media Group From: Advanced Media Group
[amgroup01@msn.com] Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 3:48 AM
amgroup01@msn.com Printed: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 9:49 AM
May 31, 2006 Omnis Networks illegally cancels the account for hosting the website
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com without a courtesy call to pay the outstanding invoice as
promised on a telephone conversation with the agent named Eddie the previous week.
June 1, 2006 Response from the Lancaster Newspapers regarding cancellation of editions;
Mr Caterbones am responding to your inquiry concerning your edition. The account has been stopped.
When it was started, we were provided with a credit/debit card to pay for the access on a monthly basis.
Starting 4/26, when we tried to process a monthly charge, it was declined. It had been tried for with
weeks of 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24 with no success. Access was suspended on 5/26 with an amount due of
$ 3.88. We received your payment of $ 3.88, which paid your account to date. If you wish to have access
to the edition again, we would need to have a credit or debit card to use for the monthly access charge. If
I can assist you further, please contact me at 291-8627 or sign up on our website.
Shirley
Circulation Customer Service
Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.
_____
From : May 31, 2006 9:41 AM... John Wert Assistant to Judge Scheaffer 610-478-6675 610-478-, file
again to reconsider?" shoul... COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
LANCASTER COUNTY CRIMINIAL DIVISION Commonwealth of Pennsylvania :
June 06, 2006 - Letter from the PA Department of Welfare
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE
LANCASTER COUNTY ASSISTMCE OFFICE
832 Manor Street
P.0. Box 4967 I
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4967
June 7,2006

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Mr. Stan J. Caterbone,


Per Administrative Law Judge Scott Staller's stipulation, the following information is due
before 6120106 in the Lanmter County Assistance Office:

Verification of your income or lack them35 to show how you have been
supporting yourself since 2003 without income. This would include the
bankruptcy verification, loans against your credit cards, etc.

A copy of a photo identification.


Current bank statements or verification the accounts are closed.

Utility bills

Mortgage payments in the form of a mortgage book or receipts showing your


monthly payment.

The PA 600 application form you took with you at your last interview.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Rychalsky, Income
Maintenance Casework Supervisor, at the Lancaster County Assistance Office at (717:)
299-7487. Mrs. Rychalsky will be banding any further issues regarding this appeal.

Thank you.
Amy Montgomery
Income Maintenance Casework Supwvisor
Lancaster County Assistance Office

June 06, 2006

Tim,

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I had a problem at your Sunoco Gas Station on Orange and Prince street at about 2:30 am today. I went
to get some gasoline and my tank was low when I left my house, but the low fuel indicator light did not
come on.

I paid the cashier with 14 silver half dollars and got a pack of Eagle Lights and the rest $3.93 in gasoline,
or about 1.37 gallons, and pumped the gas into my Honda.

Now, on the way home, at about half way my low fuel indicator light came on. I know that I live about 7
miles from the Sunoco, and my 2005 Honda Odyssey gets at least 20 mpg city.

So, apparently, your Sunoco Station took my $3.93 and never gave me any gas, the meter on the pump
moved and shut off at $3.93, but I am alleging that I never put one drop of gasoline in my Honda, yet the
pump made it look like I was pumping gas into my Honda.

I have the receipt.

June 09, 2006 - Hearing for Conestoga Speeding Ticket TR-0000245-06 TR-0000244-06
As per your request, enclosed is a document that describes the last time I had a traffic citation in
Conestoga Township. As I have stated for the record, every time I seek due process that the constitution
of the United States affords me, this is what happens. I have 8 (fabrications and lies) or so similar
hearing in Lancaster County, I requested a continuance because of the demands of my Federal litigation
and the conspiratorial approach to obstruct justice and subvert my Federal civil actions has me without
the proper time to prepare a sufficient defense. I had wished to include the in court testimony, but time
was lacking to prepare. I was up since 2:00 am the previous morning working on a brief that was due the
Honorable Anita Brody of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on the
same day as your Court Hearing.
Every District Justice in Lancaster County denied me a motion for continuance to grant me sufficient time
to prepare for the Hearings this month. You stated for the record that you could not because of a Court
Order to hear this case within a 90 day time period. I was also denied an Informa Pauperis (I am
indigent due to circumstances beyond my control) from every Business Judge on duty, which also
conveniently denied me my right to have a Court Stenographer transcribe your Hearing, as mandated in
the Rules of Civil Procedure of Pennsylvania.

May I subpoena your Surveillance Camera for a

transcription of my Hearing? You will not get away with your small town politics, discriminatory and

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prejudicial antics used to intimidate me and divert my attention, time and resources from my Federal Civil
Actions. I remind you that you are an Officer of the Court and will be held accountable to the law.

June 09, 2006 Hearing for PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT 717-786-2072 fax


Thank you for your response Mr. Caterbone. I would again explain to you that you should contact E-fax directly at
the phone number I gave you in my initial email to discuss what you believe to be a double charge. It is YOUR
responsibility to discuss the charges with E-fax as you gave them the Visa gift card number. The bank cannot be
responsible for YOUR decisions in regards to which you give YOUR card number. Good luck with YOUR inquiry
with E-fax. If E-fax decides you were double billed, then E-fax will refund your card. Again, call E-fax and use the
reference number that I gave you in regards to YOUR account. At this point, Fulton bank will not be refunding any
funds to you. Have a good day Sir.
-----Original Message----From: Advanced Media Group [mailto:amgroup01@msn.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 6:55 PM
To: Mummert, Carl
Cc: amgauctions@comcast.net
Subject: RE: Fraud Inquiry by you on Visa Gift Card
Fulton Bank owes me $45.98.

Sir, you are blind, there are (2) $26.90 charges on my Gift card Transaction details. And both were
used to compute the balance of $-.81.
I did not authorize the $10.00 Efax charge.
The $10.08 from Turkey Hill is erroneous; I did not purchase 10.08 of gasoline on June 5th or 4th.
Now Sir, I have a brief due in the chambers of U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania's Honorable Anita Brody, Caterbone v. Fulton Bank, tomorrow.
You, Sir, are harassing me with your lies, and you are obstructing justice and my due process by
harassing me with your phone call right when I began to formulate my brief.
Date

Description

Amount

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6/3/2006 Pending - J2 *EFAX PLUS SERV 323-817-3205 CAUS

-25.9

6/7/2006 EMPIRE BEAUTY SCHOOL #11 EMPIRE BEAUTY SCHO LANCASTER PAUS

-8

6/7/2006 TURKEY HILL #0251 Q69 TURKEY HILL #0251 LANCASTER PAUS

-5

6/7/2006 TURKEY HILL #0251 Q69 TURKEY HILL #0251 LANCASTER PAUS

-0.5

6/6/2006 THE UPS STORE #3413 THE UPS STORE #341 LANCASTER PAUS

-5.94

6/6/2006 FUNKS FARM MARKET N GARDE FUNKS FARM MARKET MILLERSVILLE PAUS

-5.05

6/6/2006 ATM Balance Inquiry Fee

-1

6/6/2006 MILLERSVILLE MART MILLERSVILLE PAUS

-5.39

6/6/2006 J2 *EFAX PLUS SERVICE J2 *EFAX PLUS SERV 323-817-3205 CAUS

-10

6/6/2006 TENNISTRAINER EQUIP STORE TENNISTRAINER EQUI 760-9171841 CAUS

-16.18

6/5/2006 ATM Balance Inquiry Fee

-1

6/5/2006 TURKEY HILL #0076 Q69 TURKEY HILL #0076 LANCASTER PAUS

-10.08

6/5/2006 VONAGE *PRICE+TAXES VONAGE *PRICE+TAXE 866-243-4357 NJUS

-17.48

6/4/2006 DOLLAR GENERAL 1805 COLUMBIA AVE LANCASTER PAUS

-3.64

6/4/2006 ATM Balance Inquiry Fee

-1

6/4/2006 J2 *EFAX PLUS SERVICE J2 *EFAX PLUS SERV 323-817-3205 CAUS

-25.9

6/4/2006 TURKEY HILL #0246 Q69 TURKEY HILL #0246 LANCASTER PAUS

-10

6/2/2006 ATM Withdrawal Fee

-2

6/2/2006 PNC NE 1503 COLUMBIA AVE LANCASTER 1PAUS

-21.75

6/2/2006 Funds Transfer from Fulton Financial Corp

175

Balance of all Transactions

-175.81

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Balance of Fraudulent Transactions

$45.98

From: Mummert, Carl [mailto:CMummert@fultonbank.com]


Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 6:26 PM
To: amgroup01@msn.com
Subject: Fraud Inquiry by you on Visa Gift Card
Mr. Caterbone,
I just tried to call you to talk to you in regards to your request for information on possible fraud
in relation to your Visa Gift card you purchased last week. As you thought it best to hang up on me
as I tried to explain what I found out by calling E-fax to research your gift card, I will now explain in
brief detail what the fees were you inquired about. The $10.00 fee on June 6th is a pre-paid
amount E-fax charges to allow you to fax pages @ .10 per page. When you use the $10.00, E-fax
will then pre-pay/charge another $10.00. As for your inquiry of being double billed the $25.90. I
spoke with a gentleman named Vincent @ E-Fax and he stated that there is not a double charge
and that you were only billed $25.90 one time for 2 months service (May 2nd to June 1st and June
2 to July 3rd). The monthly charge is $12.95 and since the card # you provided E-fax in May was
denied, they billed you for 2 months in the beginning of June. The Reference # for this information
is 001428472. If you have any further questions in regards to YOUR E-fax account, I would ask
you call E-fax yourself. The # for E-fax is (323) 817-3206. At this time I do not have any
information for you in regards to your inquiry at the $10.08 charged on June 6th.
Mr. Caterbone, since you again feel the best way to handle this situation is to hang up on me
when I was trying to give you this information, I would request that you discontinue contacting
myself. I do not have the time to continue to try and help you when you are unwilling to listen to the
information I have to pass onto you. This is the second time in 3 days that you disrespected me,
with the 1st being on Tuesday, June 6th when you called me ignorant and I would respectfully
request that you no longer ask for help from me. I have tried to be polite and respect you and I
would hope you could do the same. When Fulton bank completes its research as to what the
$10.08 charge was that you are disputing, the bank will contact you by email or letter.
Thank you for your attention to this email and I hope the information I passed onto you so far
is useful.
Respectfully,

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Carl E Mummert
Branch Manager
Penn Square Branch
Fulton Bank
(717)291-2451(Phone)
(717)295-4792(Fax)
cmummert@fultonbank.com

June 11, 2006 Country Music Awards CMA Music Fest Sets Initial Lineup
February 13, 2006, 4:30 PM ET
Katie Hasty, N.Y. Brooks & Dunn, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood and Montgomery Gentry are
Music Festival. Slated for June 8-11 in down...
MDT citation for leaving car unattended to go look for Sheryl in Terminal. Left car and talked to
Security Officer and he said it was ok and ordered me to move car, and I did. He did not write me a
citation on that day.
June 15, 2006 Hearing DJ Ballentine Caterbone v. Comcast
From : Cheryl L. Kovaly <ckovaly@laverylaw.com>Sent : Wednesday, June 21, 2006 1:13 PMTo : "Stan
Caterbone" <amgroup01@msn.com>Subject : RE: Caterbone v. Southern Regional Police Commission
Cheryl L. Kovaly, Esquire
Lavery, Faherty, Young & Patterson, P.C.
225 Market Street, Suite 304
Harrisburg, PA 17101
ckovaly@laverylaw.com
(717) 233-6633
June 19, 2006

H. Gus Dorn
Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania
Office Of Attorney General

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Bureau Of Consumer Protection


Harrisburg Regional Office
301 Chestnut Street, Suite 105
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(7171 787-7109

May 31, 2006

Re: A-002594-2006

As per our conversation, I will address the issues contained in Mr. Yarnells response to your office.
Please not that I was not given any of the exhibits that Mr. Yarnell submitted to your office.

On August 26,2005 we entered into an agreement with Mr. Caterbone for the installation and monitoring
of an alarm system at 220 Stone Hill Road Conestoga, PA 17518. Our standard pricing for the system he
ordered is $1,899.00 and then he would pay $192.00 per year for the monitoring of the system. Another
option he was given was to pay $1,324.00 for the installation and then pay $299.40 per year for 5 years.
Mr. Caterbone chose the 2nd option. (Attached marked items A and B are the contracts and the service
rider).
Above paragraph is not contested.

Mr. Caterbone gave us a check in the amount of $800.00 for the system deposit so that we could start
the job. (Item C) The installation was scheduled for September 30, 2005. Our technician arrived at the
site and installed the system. Mr. Caterbone agreed that the system was installed to his satisfaction and
also added 2 additional key fobs. (See installers check list, Item D).
Please see Exhibit E: Email of October 1, 2005 of Installation Problems

This check list goes on every job for the end user to sign. Please note the highlighted item. Please find
attached a copy of Mr. Caterbones final invoice in the amount of $1,021.40. This was to be paid to our
installer. He told our technician that he would send it in. (Item E) can see we performed all of our duties
as we agreed.
Please see Exhibit A: Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Petition, Yarnell Securities is on the matrix of Creditors.
Please see Exhibit B: Bankruptcy Chapte11 Appeal Judge Anita Brody Appeal Response.
Please see Exhibit C: Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Definition and Regulations.

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We clearly state on our contracts that the customer provides the phone lines. (Item A paragraphs 7 and
8) We also offer alternate methods of communication for all of our systems. (Cellular Back Up) (Internet
Monitoring). These were refused. See Item B highlighted item.
Please refer to Exhibit D: Verizon Duplicate Bill for phone number 717-872-6984 which was a dedicated
land line for the security system.

Attached is a printout showing that the system was tested and working properly. Our contracts clearly
state providing a phone line is the responsibility of Mr. Caterbone.

Mr. Caterbones system was

completed September 30, 2005 and as of this date we still have not been paid the balance of his monies
due.
Above paragraph is not contested.

Mr. Caterbone has the system. We provided the complete installation in a timely fashion. Mr. Caterbone
has been called numerous times to collect the balance due. We provided more than 8 hours of labor at
Mr. Caterbone residence, as well the equipment with a normal selling price of over $1800.00 plus the
extra he received. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Please see Exhibit A: Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Petition, Yarnell Securities is on the matrix of Creditors.
Please see Exhibit B: Bankruptcy Chapte11 Appeal Judge Anita Brody Appeal Response.
Please see Exhibit C: Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Definition and Regulations.

In paragraph 8. of the Residential Sales/Service Agreement it states: there will be no monitoring..if the
telephone line is interrupted unless the customer elects to pay for additional technology that will report
such an interruption.

Upon the execution and installation of agreement, I was told that a dedicated telephone line was required
so that any interruption with phone service would be detected.

Why would you pay for a Security

System with alarms and a monitoring system that contained all of the technological advances if it was
vulnerable to someone snipping your phone line outside of your house, and negating that Security
System as moot?

I wonder if all of the customers for Yarnell Security Systems are aware of this vulnerability.

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In addition, I was billed for monitoring my security system up to April 3, when in fact my dedicated phone
line with Verizon was terminated on or before December 24, 2005.

And you told me on the telephone in our conversation that this is not fraud?

You see, I have issues with Office of the Attorney General that date back to 1987 that I am trying to
resolve in Federal Court, and must assume that you are retaliating against me for my filing of certain
Federal Civil Actions, which are now currently being litigated in the United States District Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

I do not appreciate your tone, nor do I appreciate your accusations or demands. I agreed to provide the
commitment documents to you as a courtesy. As stated, the 302 document was not in the paperwork
received from the Chief. Although additional documents are expected from my client, I have no obligation
at this stage of litigation to provide any documents to you. Given your attitude, I am not inclined to extend
you any additional courtesies.
June 20, 2006 Hearing East Lampeter Prelim Hearing Docket No.

CF-0000169-06 02-3-02 MDJ

Commins - On June 19, found that someone hacked my computer and removed my scheduled
appointment for the Hearing with District Justice Commins the following day on June 20th. The
appointment schedule was apparently removed soon after I entered it. I always look forward to calendar
schedule, and would have naturally been preparing days before Hearing. Then went to file and found
that someone removed important documents required for Hearing, from my office. I immediately
called Honorable Justice Commins at 2:25 pm. And asked for a continuance due to the fact that I had
no time to prepare. She told me she could not and would address it at the Hearing at 10:30am. Arrived
and requested to get a copy of my file from District Justice Staff. All witnesses from the Prosecution
were present and called into courtroom about 30 minutes before me with other people), which I was not
aware of. Did not know what type of hearing I was having. Kept asking for an explanation.
Approximately 11:15 am - Hearing started by Honorable Commins with a woman Prosecutor (Said she
was from Lancaster District Attorney Office Ms. Mazzouri?) on opposing desk. I immediately moved for
a motion for a continuance due to the above, and the District Justice declined, and I asked what the
proceeding was, and she said "we will begin this proceeding, Prosecutor call your first witness". Thought
it was like last arraignment on December 5 in Magisterial District Justice Reuter, just Officer Bezzerd and
me. Had to cross witnesses with no time to prepare. Could not raise concern that the Affidavit of
Probable Cause was changed on May 18, 2006 and quite different from original Affidavit of October

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2005. (See in Original Complaint File Attachments). 2 Witnesses lied extensively, and kept looking to
prosecuter for direction. One witness lied so maliciously and testified under oath that I said "I wish
George Bush and all the Marines would Die Did not know what to do, interrupted the hearing and
asked the judge what was going on, almost walked out of courtroom, because I was so upset. A subject
matter that I am very passionate and knowledgable about, the War in Iraq and the Troops - always
trying to educate so people would at least support the troops. Ordered case moved to and signed Bail
Bond and received official notice for an Arraignment in Lancaster County Courthouse on July 26,
2006..................
June 21, 2006 - SRP Officer said could not get a copy of files after asking Office Manager - wanted me to cause
disturbance so could cite me with disorderly conduct or get another 302 She was abusive, kept trying to get me
mad with back talk and kept telling me it will cost me for citations, I would have to pay whether in Bankruptcy or not.
Said will call when files are copied.

June 22, 2006 - Digital Cable went down at 3:00 am when trying to complete Brief for Chapter 11 Motion to
Convert Order. Comcast later said it was a system glitch, returned service on Friday, June 23 at 6:00pm.

June 23, 2006 - Lancaster City Bicycle Cop Said I went through stop sign, he was baiting me as I drove
by him in alley street, would not ride near curb Did not run stop sign Would not give me a document for
subpoena, staffer kept giving me a hard time as usual, would not give me instructions in writing, told me
to put it in writing, no instructions, with fee for service, I said Informa Pauperis, she said give it to judge, I
said what am I suppose to write? Judge came out and said do you want to speak with me, I'm sick of
you insulting my staff, I said lets go. Gave me a lecture on insulting her staff, bit my tongue, asked for a
doc or if I could use PA Rules, said "this is the way we do things in my office" I said PA Rules governs
her office, she said no. I walked out.
June 27, 2006 Pennsylvania State Police; Trooper David Huanis, Forensic Unit; 717-290-1976; Was
referred by Southern Regional Police Department during the response to my call in the morning of June
24, 2006; said he could not provide me the service; no one will come and fingerprint my office or
residence. Regardless of all of the complaints and responses by law authorities, no one will process any
procedure that would result in prosecution. I contain video surveillance of perpetrator in my residence,
and evidence of forced entry.

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7. HAVE YOU FILED A COMPLAINT ABOUT THIS MATTER WITH ANY OTHER AGENCY?
YES NO
YES
IF SO, PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH ONE(S) AND THE DATE YOU FILED, TO THE BEST OF YOUR
RECOLLECTION.
PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL JULY 1987
PENNSYLVANIA SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION SEPTEMBER 29, 1987 (INTERVIEW
WITH AGENT HOWARD EISLER IN MY RESIDENCE AND RECORDED WITH PERMISSION)
PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE JULY 1987
PENNSYLVANIA HOUSING AND FINANCE AGENCY NOVEMBER 1987 AND OCTOBER 2005
PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL CONDUCT BOARD
COMPLAINT NO. 2006-214;215 MAY 2006
MEETING AND EMAIL TO CHIEF LEGAL COUNSEL MR. JOSEPH MASSEY
8. HAVE YOU FILED ANY COURT ACTIONS IN THIS MATTER? YES NO
YES
IF SO, PLEASE SPECIFY IN WHAT COURT AND THE DATE YOU FILED, TO THE BEST OF YOUR
RECOLLECTION.
United State District Court For The Eastern District of Pennsylvania
05-2288 - May 16, 2005 CATERBONE v. LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON ET AL;
06-1538 June 8, 2005 CATERBONE v. FULTON BANK
United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District;
05-23059 May 23, 2005 PETITION FOR CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
Pennsylvania Court of Commonwealth Pleas Lancaster County;
CI 03401 April, 2005 CATERBONE v. SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT ET AL;
CI-03349 April, 2005 CATERBONE v. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL ET AL;

9. IF YOU ARE REPRESENTED BY AN ATTORNEY, PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR ATTORNEYS


NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER:
Pro Se Litigant

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10. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE HAPPEN AS A RESULT OF YOUR COMPLAINT?


a. Restoration of Civil Rights
b. Restoration of Civil Liberties
c. Protection of Right to Due Process Without Undo Influence
d. Protection of Personal and Business Property
e. Financial Remedies Including The Value of Stolen Property; Lost Opportunity; Lost
Business Interests
f. Prosecution of Assailants and Perpetrators
11. PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR COMPLAINT INCLUDING THE DETAILS SUCH AS DATE, TIME AND
LOCATION. YOU MAY USE ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY.
SEE ABOVE PAGES 2 TO 68
a. RETALITORY ACTIONS DUE TO THE DISCLOSURE OF ILLICIT AND ILLEGAL
ACTIVITIES WITHIN INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL AND CONTROL IN JUNE OF 1987;
WHICH WAS PROSECUTED AND CONVICTED IN 1991
b. RETALITORY ACTIONS FOR THE COMMUNICATIONS AND SOLICITING OF LEGAL
COUNSEL TO MS. CHRISTINA RAINVILLE IN NOVEMBER OF 1997 FOR THE ABOVE
MATTERS OUTLINED IN STATEMENT NUMBERED a.
c. RETALITORY ACTIONS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF AN AFFIDAVIT TO THE
HONORABLE JUDGE STEWAR DALZALL OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 1998 DURING THE
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA V. LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT CASE

PLEASE WRITE OR TYPE CLEARLY AND DESCRIBE THE EVENTS IN THE ORDER IN WHICH
THEY HAPPENED.
SEE ABOVE PAGES 2 TO 68
IF YOUR COMPLAINT IS BASED ON RACE, INCLUDE THE RACE OF ALL PERSONS MENTIONED
(INCLUDING YOURSELF).
IF IT IS A GENDER COMPLAINT, SUPPLY THE GENDER OF ALL PERSONS MENTIONED, ETC.
IF THERE ARE OTHER FACTS YOU FEEL SHOULD BE CONSIDERED, RECORD THEM ON AN
ADDITIONAL SHEET OF PAPER AND INCLUDE THEM WITH THIS COMPLAINT FORM.

SEE DOCUMENT TITLED


DEBTOR ANSWER TO UNITED STATES TRUSTEE'S
MOTION TO DISMISS OR CONVERT TO CHAPTER 7; JUNE 2006
SEE DOCUMENT TITLED
PLAINTIFFS REPLY TO FULTON BANKS RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS MOTION FOR EX PARTE
MEETING WITH THE HONORABLE MARY A. McLaughlin; JUNE 2006

SEE CD ROM TITLED EXHIBIT A


DOCUMENTS OF INTEREST 1991
2006 PENNSYLVANIA CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINT FINDINGS OF FACTS

STANLEY J. CATERBONE v. SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT ET AL; APRIL 2006


STANLEY J. CATERBONE v. LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL ET AL; APRIL 2006

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I HEREBY VERIFY THAT THE STATEMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS COMPLAINT ARE TRUE AND
CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION AND BELIEF. I UNDERSTAND
THAT FALSE STATEMENTS HERIN ARE MADE SUBJECT TO THE PENALTIES OF 18 Pa.C.S.
4904, RELATING TO UNSWORN FALSIFICATION TO AUTHORITIES.

June 27, 2006___________


DATE

_____________/SJC/____________
YOUR SIGNATURE

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MAY NEED TO CONTACT A LAWYER SINCE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
CANNOT ACT AS YOUR PRIVATE LAWYER.
As a law enforcement agency, the primary function of the Attorney General is to represent the public at
large by enforcing laws prohibiting acts of discrimination where there is a pattern or practice of unlawful
activity. Your complaint does remain on file with our office and the Information contained in it may be
used to establish future violations of Pennsylvania law or other issues of general public importance.
REVISED JANUARY 2005

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
Plaintiff
v.

No. 05-CV-2288

LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON,


MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT,
DEMANDED
STONE HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT,
AVALON POLICE DEPARTMENT,
COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK (LC. MELLON BANK),
SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT,
LANCASTER COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT,
FULTON BANK
Defendant

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PLAINTIFFS REPLY TO FULTON BANKS RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS


MOTION FOR EX PARTE MEETING WITH THE HONORABLE MARY A. McLAUGHLIN

FULTON BANK RESPONSE


Defendant, Fulton Bank, by and through its attorneys, Barley Snyder, LLC, hereby files the
following Response in opposition to Plaintiffs Motion for Ex Parte Meeting with the Honorable
Mary A. McLaughlin: On or about June 2,2006, Plaintiff filed a Motion requesting an ex parte
meeting with the Honorable Mary A. McLaughlin "to discuss the problems of preceding, this
action without obstruction of justice; and to amend the original complaint as discussed
previously." See Plaintiffs Motion. However, Plaintiff provides no justification whatsoever for
his request for an ex parte meeting with the Court. Rather, Plaintiff apparently labors under
the false assumption that by proceeding pro se he is absolved of all responsibility to comply
with the rules. Such is not the case. The fact that Plaintiff decided to be his own lawyer does
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advantage for lack of legal training. "The right of self-representation is not a license to abuse
the dignity of the courtroom. Neither is it a license not to comply with relevant rules of
procedural and substantive law." Faretta v. California, 422 U.S. 806,834 n. 46,95 S.Ct.
2525,2541 n. 46,45 L.Ed.2d 562 (1975).
In the instant case, Plaintiff has no greater right to be heard than he would have if he were
represented by counsel. As a pro se litigant, Plaintiff, in essence, stands in the place of an
attorney. Plaintiffs request for an ex parte meeting with the Court in this case violates Rule
3.5(a) of the Rules of Professional Conduct because it is clear that Plaintiff seeks to influence
the Court with his version of events, without providing defense counsel any opportunity to
respond.' Since an ex parte meeting with the Court would violate the Rules of Professional
Conduct and provide Plaintiff an unfair advantage over Defendants, Plaintiffs request for
such a meeting should be refused.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The following is copy of an Affidavit that was filed on January 31, 1998 in the chambers of
Honorable Stewart Dalzell in a desperate attempt for due process of the issues contained
herein. In November of 1997 the PLAINTIFF sought the counsel of Ms. Christina Rainville
while employed by the firm of Schnader, Harrison, Segal and Lewis. This was the last
attempt by the PLAINTIFF of seeking competent legal counsel. Ms. Rainville acknowledged
and communicated to the PLAINTIFF that the firm had barred her from representing any
additional clients from Lancaster County shortly after the PLAINTIFFs solicitation; which she
had plenty of solicitations from other potential Lancaster County clients. In the document
titled Plaintiff Finding of Facts it is clearly documented that the PLAINTIFF did attempt to
solicit and retain several competent lawyers since 1987, all of who displayed conflicts of
interests, and some went so far as to violate rules of ethics concerning client/attorney
privilege. PLAINTIFFs filing as Pro Se Litigant was the only alternative available that would
protect and preserve the PLAINTIFFs legal standing and right to due process. The following
excerpt from the Affidavit will demonstrate to the court a factual account of the events that
precluded and provided the Plaintiff the legal standing to file the original complaint on May
16, 2005.

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AFFIDAVIT OF 1998 TO HONORABLE JUDGE STEWART DALZELL

I, Stanley J. Caterbone being duly sworn according to law, make the following affidavit
concerning the years during which I was maliciously and purposefully mentally abused,
subjected to a massive array of prosecutorial misconduct, while enduring an exhaustive
fight for the sovereignty of my constitutional rights, shareholder rights, civil liberties, and
right of due access to the law. I will detail a deliberate attempt on my life, in 1991, exhibiting
the dire consequences of this complaint. These allegations are substantiated through a
preponderance of evidence including but not limited to over 10,000 documents, over 50
hours of recorded conversations, transcripts, and archived on several digital mediums. A
Findings of Facts is attached herewith providing merits and the facts pertaining to this
affidavit.

These issues and incidents identified herein have attempted to conceal my

disclosures of International Signal & Control, Plc. However, the merits of the violations
contained in this affidavit will be proven incidental to the existence of any conspiracy.

The plaintiff protests the courts for all remedial actions mandated by law.

Financial

considerations would exceed $1 million.

These violations began on June 23, 1987 while I was a resident and business owner in
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and have continued to the present. These issues are a
direct consequence of my public disclosure of fraud within International Signal & Control,
Plc., of County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which were in compliance with federal and state
statutes governing my shareholder rights granted in 1983, when I purchased my interests in
International Signal & Control., Plc.. I will also prove intentional undo influence against
family and friends towards compromising the credibility of myself, with malicious and selfserving accusations of insanity. I conclude that the courts must provide me with fair
access to the law, and most certainly, the process must void any technical
deficiencies found in this filing as being material to the conclusions. Such arrogance
by the Courts would only challenge the judicial integrity of our Constitution.

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1. The activities contained herein may raise the argument of fair disclosure regarding the
scope of law pertaining to issues and activities compromising the National Security of the
United States. The Plaintiff will successfully argue that due to the criminal record of
International Signal & Control, including the illegal transfer of arms and technologies to an
end user Iraq, the laws of disclosure must be forfeited by virtue that said activities posed
a direct compromise to the National Security of the United States.; the plaintiff will argue
that his public allegations of misconduct within the operations of International Signal &
Control, Plc., as early as June of 1987 ;demonstrated actions were proven to protect the
National Security of the United States..

The activities of International Signal & Control,

Pls., placed American troops in harms way. The plaintiffs actions should have taken the
American troops out of harms way causing the activities of the International Signal &
Control, Plc., to cease and desist. .

All activities contained herein have greatly compromised the National Security of the
United States, and the laws of jurist prudence must apply towards the Plaintiffs intent and
motive of protecting the rights of his fellow citizens. Had the plaintiff been protected
under the law, and subsequently had the law enforcement community of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the County of Lancaster administer justice, United
States troops may have been taken out of harms way, as a direct result of ceasing the
operations of International Signal & Control, Plc., in as early as 1987.

2. The plaintiff will successfully prove that the following activities and the prosecutorial
misconduct were directed at intimidating the plaintiff from continuing his public
disclosures regarding illegal activities within International Signal & Control, Plc,. On June
23, 1998, International Signal & Control, Plc was negotiating for the $1.14 billion merger
with Ferranti International, of England.

Such disclosures threatened the integrity of

International Signal & Controls organization, and Mr. James Guerin himself, ,
consequently resulting in adverse financial considerations to all parties if such disclosures
provided any reason to question the integrity of the transaction, which later became the
central criminal activity in the in The United States District Court For The Eastern District
Of Pennsylvania.

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3. The plaintiff will prove that undo influence was also responsible for the adverse
consequences and fabricated demise of his business enterprises and personal holdings.
The dire consequences of the plaintiffs failed business dealings will demonstrate and
substantiate financial incentive and motive.

Defendants responsible for administering

undo influence and interference in the plaintiffs business and commercial enterprises had
financial interests. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a taxing authority, Lancaster
County had a great investment whos demise would facilitate grave consequences to its
economic development. .

Commonwealth National Bank (Mellon) would have less

competition in the mortgage banking business and other financial services, violating the
lender liability laws. The Steinman Enterprises, Inc., would loose a pioneer in the
information technologies industries, and would protect the public domain from truthful
disclosure. The plaintiff will also provide significant evidence of said perpetrators violating
common laws governing intellectual property rights.

4. Given the plaintiffs continued and obstructed right to due process of the law, beginning in
June of 1987 and continuing to the present, the plaintiff must be given fair access to the
law with the opportunity for any and all remedial actions required under the federal and
state statutes. The plaintiff will successfully argue his rights to the courts to rightfully
claim civil actions with regards to the totality of these activities, so described in the
following Findings of Facts, regardless of any statute of limitations. Given the plaintiffs
genuine efforts for due process has been inherently and maliciously obstructed, the
courts must provide the opportunity for any and all remedial actions deserving to the
plaintiff.

5. Under current laws, the plaintiffs intellectual capacity has been exploited as means of
discrediting the plaintiffs disclosures and obstructing the plaintiffs right to due process of
the law.

The plaintiff has always had the proper rights under federal and state laws to

enter into contract. The logic and reason towards the plaintiffs activities and actions are
a matter of record, demonstrated in the Findings of Facts, contained herein..

The plaintiff will argue and successfully prove that the inherent emotional consequences
to all of the activities contained herein have resulted in Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome.

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The evidence of the stress subjected to the plaintiff, will prove to be the direct result of the
activities contained herein, rather than the exhibited behavior of any mental deficiency the
plaintiff may or may not have. The courts must provide for the proper interpretations of all
laws, irrespective of the plaintiffs alleged intellectual capacity. The plaintiff successfully
argue that his mental capacity is of very little legal consequence, if any; other than in its
malicious representations used to diminish the credibility of the plaintiff.

6. The plaintiff will demonstrate that the following incidents of illegal prosecutions were
purposefully directed at intimidating the plaintiff from further public disclosure into the
activities of International Signal & Control, Plc., consequently obstructing the plaintiffs
access to due process of the law. Due to the fact that these activities to which the
plaintiffs perpetrators were protecting were illegal activities, the RICO statutes would
apply.

To this day, the plaintiff has never been convicted of any crime with the exception of 2
speeding tickets. The following report identifies 34 instances of prosecutorial misconduct
during the prosecutions and activities beginning on June 23, 1987 and continuing to
today.
7) Given the preponderance of evidence associated with this affidavit, the courts must
conclude that In The United States District Court For The Eastern District of
Pennsylvania, Federal Judge Stuart Dalzalls findings of April 14, 1997, in the Lisa
Lambert case identifying acts of Prosecutorial Misconduct, now, by virtue of this affidavit,
now discloses evidence of a bona fide pattern of prosecutorial misconduct, in the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in the County of Lancaster. Criminal law must now
determine if these disclosures would warrant investigations of a possible criminal
enterprise. This affidavit is of material interest to the Lambert case, for the very fact that
this affidavit compromises the very same integrity of the court, which would tip the scales
of justice even further from the peoples deserving rights..

In the truthfulness of this affidavit, The Commonwealth must concede Lisa Michelle
Lambert to balance the scales of justice, which no other act could accomplish. The

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Commonwealth must yield the criminal culpability of Lisa Michelle Lambert to the superior
matter of restoring the integrity to the courts; by its own admission of wrongdoing,
assuring the peoples of its commitment to administer equalities of justice, not inequalities
of justice. Balancing the scales of justice. Anything less, would take the full scope of
jurisdiction out of the boundaries of our laws, negating our democracy and impugning the
Constitution of the United States. The plaintiff must be restored to whole.
I was not defending the criminal culpability of Lisa Michelle Lambert, but rather assaulting
the judicial integrity of the Lancaster County Judicial System, from first-hand experience;
and making the point that such conduct eludes every major stakeholder from the truth
and justice prosecution and defense alike.

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PLAINTIFFS REPLY
PLAINTIFF filed the original complaint on May 16, 2005 prematurely due to the undo
influence and intimidation of several DEFENDANTS and other persons, entities, and or
organizations; specifically the threat of a fabricated criminal prosecution. PLAINTIFF readily
recognized the deficiencies in the filing and the lack of a formal complaint (affidavit and
finding of facts only), and had repeatedly requested information and procedural guidance
from the Court during the course of time that had elapsed until the ORDER of the Honor on
January 7, 2006. This had seemed especially difficult in light of the fact that the original filing
was sealed. In 1998 PLAINTIFF stated to the courts the following: I conclude that the
courts must provide me with fair access to the law, and most certainly, the process
must void any technical deficiencies found in this filing as being material to the
conclusions. Such arrogance by the Courts would only challenge the judicial integrity
of our Constitution. PLAINTIFF acknowledges that the preceding statement contains an
emotional response to the situation, and readily requests that the Court interprets the legal
intention and merits of the PLAINTIFFs request for a fair and reasonable access to the Court
to hear and adjudicate the PLAINTIFFs complaint.
PLAINTIFF has filed numerous formal complaints with the Federal Bureau of Investigations
Internet Crime Complaint Center.
I05120804514805; and

Those complaints identified as; I05120608348825 ;

I06010506177009.

Additionally complaints were filed with the

Southern Regional Police Department of Conestoga, and the Lancaster County District
Attorneys Office with Chief Detective Michael J. Landis during the course of the last 2 years,
where the PLAINTIFFS computer and online broadband connections was hacked. At times
when PLAINTIFF attempted to search and find Rules of Civil Procedure (Federal and
Pennsylvania) and related subject matters, including but not limited to the effective service
for DEFENDANTS, certain provisions were missing and or replaced with erroneous and
misinformation, thus resulting in an improper Certificate of Service and violation of the Rules
of Civil Procedure relating to the Service of the complaint.
Plaintiff deliberately provided no response to all previous Motions to Dismiss filed by several
DEFENDANTS due to the vagueness of the ORDER of January 7, 2006 instructing the
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HEREBY ORDERED that the plaintiff shall serve the summons and complaint on or
before January 25, 2006. If the plaintiff does not do so, the Court will dismiss the
complaint without prejudice. The Court will consider the plaintiff's request to amend
the complaint and for a hearing after the summons and complaint are served.
The court provided not instructions or demands of the PLAINTIFF to proceed with any
additional motions, responses, and or replies after the effectively serving the original
complaint to all of the DEFENDANTS. PLAINTIFF will argue that continuing with litigating
the original complaint bears no purpose, nor serves any interests of the Court in providing
the PLAINTIFF with due process and access to the Courts due to the fact that the original
complaint was not appropriately formulated to ensure that the PLAINTIFFS allegations of
misconduct and violations of Federal Law were constructed sufficiently for the Court.
PLAINTIFF, on June 2, 2006, appropriately and formally requested that meeting with the
Court to amend the original complaint in the Motion for Ex Parte Meeting with the Honorable
Mary A. McLaughlin.
PLAINTIFF seeks no advantage, special treatment, nor special considerations from the
Court. PLAINTIFF is seeking the ex parte meeting for procedural guidance to amend the
original complaint and to address the ramifications of the sealing of the complaint with
special regards to issues of National Security and documented and factual threats on the
PLAINTIFFs life . The following is the excerpt from the PLAINTIFFs Finding of Facts:
June 11, 1991 - Stan Caterbone left the Stone Harbor Marina at approximately 12:30 am en route to
Lancaster, Pa, to retrieve some files concerning the ISC cover-up. Upon driving north on Route 47
(the normal route to Lancaster), approximately 10 miles outside the Cape May county Courthouse,
Stan Caterbone noticed a car following him closely. Suspicious, Stan Caterbone decreased his speed
from 55 mph to 35 mph, in order for the car to pass him. However, the car remained directly behind,
adjusting the speed accordingly. In an effort to elude the car, without raising suspicion, Stan
Caterbone gradually increased his speed, while also increasing the distance between the cars,
resulting in the loss of his taillights to the ensuing vehicle - Because of the winding road, Stan
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his taillights. There was little or no traffic on the route during the early morning hours, and Stan
Caterbone stopped at an intersection, and noticed that the headlights of the ensuing vehicle were not
visible in his rear view mirror, meaning that his taillights were also not visible to the ensuing vehicle.
Immediately upon pulling from the intersection, Stan Caterbone noticed a narrow dirt road that lead
into a field of small trees, the perfect place to sit for the ensuing auto to pass him, unnoticed. The
ensuing vehicle pulled to the intersection, and continued north on route 47, in the direction of
Lancaster. Stan Caterbone sat in his vehicle a few minutes, until continuing on his travel, north on
Route 47. Approximately five (5) minutes later, a car traveling in excess of SS mph, approached Stan
Caterbone, traveling south on the same road (2 lanes) As the two cars approached each other, and
approximately 30 yards from reaching each other, the approaching vehicle drove directly into the lane
of Stan Caterbone, with its high beams on, and continued straight for his vehicle, or what appeared to
be a head-on-collision. Stan Caterbone drove off of the berm of the road, missing a line of trees by
less than 12 inches (eluding a life threatening disaster), and passed the vehicle that was still in the
northbound lane, heading south. Stan Caterbone, shaking and sweating furiously, noticed the cars
brake lights go on, and the car apparently turned around, and began pursuing Stan Caterbone again.
Stan Caterbone drove as fast as he could to Route 55, hoping to find traffic in order to hide and loose
the pursuing car. Stan Caterbone arrived in Lancaster, at approximately 3:00 am, and again noticed a
car sitting in the parking lot of the vacant "Sportsman's Den", at the intersection of the New Danville
Pike and Prince Streets. Upon driving west on Hershey Avenue, Stan Caterbone noticed the car
following him. In an effort to identify the license plate, Stan Caterbone made a few turns in the area of
Hamilton Watch, and followed the car heading north on S. West End Avenue. The car was a late
model, gold or tan, Cougar or possibly a Buick Park Avenue. Stan Caterbone watched the car
increase his speed, and finally changed directions and proceeded to his residence, and parked a few
blocks away, and walked through the woods, to his apartment in the Hershey Heritage complex. Stan
Caterbone then used a flashlight, in order not to reveal his presence, and returned to his vehicle,
sometime in the early morning, during daylight.

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WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Stanley J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group respectfully requests


that Plaintiffs Motion for Ex Parte Meeting with the Honorable Mary A. McLaughlin be
affirmed.
Respectfully submitted,

Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


Dated: June 9, 2006
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
717-431-8184
717-427-1821 facsimile
amgroup01@msn.com
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
Plaintiff
v.

No. 05-CV-2288

LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON,


MANHEIM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT,
DEMANDED
STONE HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT,
AVALON POLICE DEPARTMENT,
COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK (LC. MELLON BANK),
SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT,
LANCASTER COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT,
FULTON BANK
Defendant

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ORDER

AND NOW, this - day of ,2006, upon consideration of Plaintiffs Motion for Ex Parte Meeting
with the Honorable Mary A. McLaughlin, and Fulton Bank's response thereto, it is hereby
ORDERED AND DECREED that the Motion is AFFIRMED.

BY THE COURT:

________________________________
Mary A. McLaughlin, J.

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing Reply to Response to
Motion for Ex Parte Meeting has been served this 12th day of June, 2006, by first class mail,
Postage prepaid, upon:
Michael Donahue
Harbor Police Administration Building
9508 2nd Avenue
Stone Harbor. NJ 08247
Stephen Basse, Esquire
817 East Landis Avenue
Vineland, NJ 08360

Stuart A. Weiss, Esquire


George M. Gowen, 111, Esquire
Cozen O'Connor
1900 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 1 9103

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing Reply to Response to
Motion for Ex Parte Meeting has been served in person to the offices below on this 12th day
of June ,2006,:
Howard L. Kelin, Esquire
Kegel, Kelin, Almy & Grimm
24 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

George T. Brubaker, Esquire


Hartman, Underhill & Brubaker, LLP
221 East Chestnut Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Sfephanie Carfley, Esquire


Attorneys for Defendant Fulton Bank
126 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602-2893
(717) 299-5201

Respectfully submitted,

Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


Dated: June 9, 2006
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
717-431-8184
717-427-1821 facsimile
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Local Bankruptcy Form 9014-3


UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

In Re: Chapter 11

Stanley J. Caterbone,

Debtor

NO. 05-23059-TMT

DEBTOR ANSWER TO UNITED STATES TRUSTEE'S


MOTION TO DISMISS OR CONVERT TO CHAPTER 7

TRUSTEE REPRESENTATIONS:
The United States trustee for Region 3, in furtherance of the administrative
responsibilities imposed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 586(a), hereby moves,
pursuant to U.S.C. 5 11 12(b), for the entry of an order dismissing this case, or
converting this case to one under Chapter 7. In support of her motion, the United
States trustee represents as follows:

1. The Debtor commenced this case on May 23,2005, by filing a voluntary


petition under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.

2. The Debtor's case has now been pending before this Court under Chapter
11 for over one year and the Debtor has failed to file and/or obtain
approval of a disclosure statement an/or confirmation of a plan of
reorganization.

3. The Debtor has also failed to remain current with the filing of the monthly:
operating income and expense reports required pursuant to the U. S.

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trustee Operating Guideline and LBR 201 5.1. To date, reports for the
months of February through April 2006, are past due. Further, the report
for the month of May will be due prior to the hearing on the present
Motion.

4. Upon information and belief, the Debtor has also failed to remain current
with the payment of his post-petition obligations including, but not
necessarily limited to the payment of statutory fees pursuant to 28 U.S.C.
1930(a)(6). The U. S. Trustee is unable to determine the exact amount
due and owing given the Debtor's failure to file the required reports as set
forth above.

5. The Debtor's failure and apparent inability to obtain confirmation of any


Plan of Reorganization, and his apparent inability to remain current with
his post-petition obligations may evidence a continuing loss to or
diminution of the Debtor's estate, the absence of a reasonable likelihood
of rehabilitation, and the Debtor's inability to effectuate a plan of
reorganization, and may constitute unreasonable delay by the Debtor
which is prejudicial to creditors, all of which are grounds for conversion
or dismissal of this case pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 9 11 12(b).

For the reasons set forth above, among others, the U. S. trustee respectfully
requests that the Court conduct a hearing on the above issues and dismiss
this case, or convert it to Chapter 7. If the case is dismissed and any quarterly
fees remain due and owing at the time of the hearing on this matter, the U. S.
trustee requests that the Court enter a judgment order against the Debtor and
in favor of the United States trustee in the amount of all accrued fees owed
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 4 1930(a)(6) as of the hearing date. The U. S. trustee
specifically reserves the right to supplement her motion at or prior to the
hearing thereon.

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DEBTOR ANSWER TO TRUSTEE REPRESENTATIONS:

1. The Debtor commenced this case on May 23,2005, by filing a voluntary


petition under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, as Pro
Se.

On June 13, 2005, the United States Bankruptcy Court filed an

ORDER to DISMISS the case on the grounds that timely documents were
not filed by the DEBTOR.

On June 20, 2005, the DEBTOR filed a

response and appeal to that ORDER stating that The DEBTOR filed the
required documents to Hugh J. Ward, Bankruptcy Analyst, of the United
States Department of Justice, Office of the United States Trustee, Eastern
District Court of Pennsylvania, 833 Chestnut Street, Suite 300,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107; at the request of Mr. Hugh Ward. On
October 7th, 2005, The Honorable Judge Anita Brody of The United
States District Court For the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, filed an
APPEAL ORDER that the United States Bankruptcy Court REINSTATE
the case and OVERULE the ORDER of Judge Theodore Twardowski on
June 13, 2005 that had the case DISMISSED. The case was reinstated in
November of 2005.

2. On December 15th, 2005, the DEBTOR appeared for a 3 41(a) Meeting of


Creditors in the 3rd Floor Conference Room in the Reading Bankruptcy
Court with Hugh J. Ward, Bankruptcy Analyst, of the United States
Department of Justice, presiding. In that meeting the DEBTOR was asked
when he would be able to submit a plan of reorganization, as required.
The DEBTOR answered and restated his initial reason for filing the
Bankruptcy Petition; the issues were defined and described in the Federal
Civil Action No. 05-2288 (submitted to the Bankruptcy Court and recorded
as a related document on or about November 8, 2005 titled FINDING OF
FACTS RESULTING IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY), filed on May 16,

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2005 in The United States District Court For the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania; one week prior to filing a voluntary petition under Chapter
11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. The DEBTOR articulated that
he was waiting to amend the complaint and could not file a plan of
reorganization until the Honorable Judge Mary McLaughlin of the United
States District Court For the Eastern District of Pennsylvania responded to
a request. On January 7th, 2006 The Honorable Judge Mary McLaughlin
ORDERED (Exhibit A) the DEBTOR serve the DEFENDANTS the initial
complaint and The Court will consider the DEBTOR's request to
amend the complaint and for a hearing after the summons and
complaint are served.
as stated

On June 19, 2006, the DEBTOR was granted

1) the request shall be deemed a motion to file an

amended complaint; and 2) the motion is GRANTED. See Exhibit B.

3. On January 24, 2006 Fulton Bank filed a Motion for Relief from Automatic
Stay Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Section 362 and Bankruptcy Rule 9014. On
April 8th, 2006 the DEBTOR filed an appeal to the ORDER granting Fulton
Bank Relief From The Automatic Stay.

On June 8, 2006 in THE

EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA In the matter of: STANLEY J.


CATERBONE CA 06-1538 filed a REPLY BRIEF OF THE FULTON
BANKS ANSWER TO APPEAL and is awaiting a decision from the
Honorable Judge Anita Brody (See Exhibit C).

Fulton Bank is a

DEFENDANT in the Federal Civil Action No. 05-2288, and is accused of


wrongdoing that has material impact to the DEBTORs financial hardship
and the filing of this case.

4. The Debtor was forced into filing a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of
the United States Bankruptcy Code, as Pro Se due to the following
mitigating circumstances as defined and recorded in Federal Civil Action
No. 05-2288:

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a. The following is copy of an Affidavit that was filed on January 31,


1998 in the chambers of Honorable Stewart Dalzell in a desperate
attempt for due process.

In November of 1997 the DEBTOR

sought the counsel of Ms. Christina Rainville while employed by the


firm of Schnader, Harrison, Segal and Lewis. This was the last
attempt by the DEBTOR of seeking competent legal counsel. Ms.
Rainville acknowledged and communicated to the DEBTOR that
the firm had barred her from representing any additional clients
from Lancaster County shortly after the DEBTORs solicitation;
which she had plenty of solicitations from other potential Lancaster
County clients. In the document titled DEBTOR Finding of Facts it
is clearly documented that the DEBTOR did attempt to solicit and
retain several competent lawyers since 1987, all of who displayed
conflicts of interests, and some went so far as to violate rules of
ethics concerning client/attorney privilege.

The DEBTOR made

attempts for due process at various times during the past 19 years.
The DEBTORs filing as Pro Se Litigant was the only alternative
available that would protect and preserve the DEBTORs legal
standing and right to due process. The following excerpt from the
Affidavit will demonstrate to the court a factual account of the
events that precluded and provided the DEBTOR the legal standing
to file the Federal Civil Action No. 05-2288 on May 16, 2005.
b. AFFIDAVIT OF 1998 TO HONORABLE JUDGE STEWART
DALZELL I, Stanley J. Caterbone being duly sworn according
to law, make the following affidavit concerning the years
during which I was maliciously and purposefully mentally
abused, subjected to a massive array of prosecutorial
misconduct, while enduring an exhaustive fight for the
sovereignty of my constitutional rights, shareholder rights,
civil liberties, and right of due access to the law. I will detail a
deliberate attempt on my life, in 1991, exhibiting the dire

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consequences of this complaint.

These allegations are

substantiated through a preponderance of evidence including


but not limited to over 10,000 documents, over 50 hours of
recorded conversations, transcripts, and archived on several
digital mediums. A Findings of Facts is attached herewith
providing merits and the facts pertaining to this affidavit.
These issues and incidents identified herein have attempted to
conceal my disclosures of International Signal & Control, Plc.
However, the merits of the violations contained in this affidavit
will be proven incidental to the existence of any conspiracy.
These violations began on June 23, 1987 while I was a resident
and business owner in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and
have continued to the present.

These issues are a direct

consequence of my public disclosure of fraud within


International Signal & Control, Plc., of County of Lancaster,
Pennsylvania, which were in compliance with federal and state
statutes governing my shareholder rights granted in 1983,
when I purchased my interests in International Signal &
Control., Plc.. I will also prove intentional undo influence
against

family

credibility

of

and

friends

myself,

with

accusations of insanity.

towards
malicious

compromising
and

the

self-serving

I conclude that the courts must

provide me with fair access to the law, and most certainly, the
process must void any technical deficiencies found in this
filing as being material to the conclusions. Such arrogance by
the Courts would only challenge the judicial integrity of our
Constitution.
c. The activities contained in the FINDING OF FACTS RESULTING
IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY may raise the argument of fair
disclosure regarding the scope of law pertaining to issues and
activities compromising the National Security of the United States.

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The DEBTOR can successfully argue that due to the criminal


record of International Signal & Control, including the illegal transfer
of arms and technologies to an end user Iraq, the laws of disclosure
must be forfeited by virtue that said activities posed a direct
compromise to the National Security of the United States.; the
DEBTOR will argue that his public allegations of misconduct within
the operations of International Signal & Control, Plc., as early as
June of 1987 resulted in a massive array of retaliation and
discrimination towards the DEBTORS reputation, businesses, and
all related financial, personal and business affairs. Stock holdings in
the following interests were diminished as a direct result; Financial
Management Ltd., FMG Advisory Ltd., and Advanced Media Group
Ltd.
d. The DEBTOR can successfully prove that the following activities
and the prosecutorial misconduct were directed at intimidating the
DEBTOR from continuing his public disclosures regarding illegal
activities within International Signal & Control, Plc,. On June 23,
1998, International Signal & Control, Plc. was negotiating for the
$1.14 billion merger with Ferranti International, of England. Such
disclosures threatened the integrity of International Signal &
Controls

organization,

and

Mr.

James

Guerin

himself,

consequently resulting in adverse financial considerations to all


parties if such disclosures provided any reason to question the
integrity of the transaction, which later became the central criminal
activity in the in The United States District Court For The Eastern
District Of Pennsylvania.

The DEBTOR is also filing a Federal

False Claims Act, described as follows:

The whistleblower

receives a percentage of any money the government recovers.


This is done under the qui tam provisions of the Federal False
Claims Act. The whistleblower (known as a qui tam relater)
files a lawsuit. The U.S. Department of Justice has 60 days to

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investigate the claim and decide whether it will join in the legal
action. If the government joins the lawsuit, the whistleblower
can receive between 15 and 25 percent of the recovery
depending on the value of the information provided. Similar
laws exist in Florida and other states.

e. The DEBTOR can prove that undo influence was also responsible
for the adverse consequences and fabricated demise of his
business

enterprises

and

personal

holdings.

The

dire

consequences of the DEBTORs failed business dealings (which


were few and far between) will demonstrate and substantiate
financial incentive and motive.

Defendants responsible for

administering undo influence and interference in the DEBTORs


business and commercial enterprises had financial interests. The
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a taxing authority and
Lancaster County-at-large had a great investment in International
Signal & Control, Plc., whose demise would facilitate grave
consequences to its economic development. .

Commonwealth

National Bank (Mellon), Fulton Bank, Farmers First Bank, and


Hamilton Bank (All had commercial interests with the DEBTOR)
would have less competition in the mortgage banking business and
other financial services, violating the lender liability laws and were
unjustly enriched.

The Steinman Enterprises, Inc., (Lancaster

Newspapers) was a competitor in the information technologies


business, and would protect the public domain from truthful
disclosure though its undo influence.

The DEBTOR can also

provide significant evidence of said perpetrators violating common


laws governing intellectual property rights and anti-trust regulations.
f. Given the DEBTORs continued and obstructed right to due
process of the law, beginning in June of 1987 and continuing to the

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present, the DEBTOR must be given fair access to the law with the
opportunity for any and all remedial actions required under the
federal and state statutes. The DEBTOR can successfully argue
his rights to the courts to rightfully claim civil actions with regards to
the totality of these activities, so described in the FINDING OF
FACTS RESULTING IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY, regardless
of any statute of limitations. Given the DEBTORs genuine efforts
for due process has been inherently and maliciously obstructed, the
courts must provide the opportunity for any and all remedial actions
deserving to the DEBTOR must be preserved, thus extending to
this case.
g. Under current laws, the DEBTORs intellectual capacity has been
exploited and fabricated as a means of discrediting the DEBTORs
disclosures and obstructing the DEBTORs right to due process of
the law.

The DEBTOR has always had the proper rights under

federal and state laws to file claims for slander, libel, and
defamation of character. The logic and reason towards the
DEBTORs activities and actions are a matter of record,
demonstrated in the Findings of Facts, contained herein. The
DEBTOR can demonstrate that the incidents of illegal prosecutions
were purposefully directed at intimidating the DEBTOR from further
public disclosure into the activities of International Signal & Control,
Plc., consequently obstructing the DEBTORs access to due
process of the law. Due to the fact that these activities to which the
DEBTORs perpetrators were protecting were illegal activities, the
RICO statutes would apply.
h. To this day, the DEBTOR has never been convicted of any crime
with the exception of 2 speeding tickets. The FINDING OF FACTS
RESULTING IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY identifies 34 (not
including instances from 1998 to the present) instances of

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prosecutorial misconduct during the prosecutions and activities


beginning on June 23, 1987 and continuing to today.

5. The Debtor filed all required reports for the months of February through
April 2006 on June 6, 2006. The Debtor has filed numerous complaints
with several law enforcement authorities as to hacking and sabotaging of
the Debtors computer and Internet technologies that are required for this
case and all other civil actions in Federal and State courts.

These

incidents were directly relating to the delaying of the DEBTOR filing the
requirements on a timely basis. Several complaints were filed with the
Federal Bureau of Investigations Internet Fraud Unit; Those complaints
identified

as;

I05120608348825;

I06010506177009.

I05120804514805;

and

The Debtor also filed claims with Harleysville

Insurance Company Claim No. 654619 of Policy No. HOA 193468


pertaining to the damaging and theft of computer equipment.

These

activities were also reported to the Southern Regional Police Department


of Conestoga, Pennsylvania. The DEBTOR has also had several files and
documents stolen and taken from his possession causing numerous
problems and delays with this and other litigation matters. These activities
were reported to the Southern Regional Police Department, the Manor
Township Police Department, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and the
Millersville Borough Police Department of Millersville, Pennsylvania.

6. The DEBTOR had left two (2) checks, drawn on his Ameritrade Money
Market Account, at the offices of The United States Trustee, Eastern
District Court of Pennsylvania, 833 Chestnut Street, Suite 300,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107; for the payment of fees to the United
States Trustee.

Those checks, which had sufficient funds, were not

deposited as required, and Mr. Hugh Ward provided reasons that were not
verified. Since that time, because of the delays, and the unwillingness of
certain persons and companies to pay the DEBTOR certain financial
obligations, the DEBTOR has exhausted his cash holdings. This can be

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ascertained by the granting of the Informa Pauperis GRANTED by the


Berks County Court of Common Pleas. See Exhibit D.

7. The DEBTOR has had numerous fabricated criminal charges from the
Southern Regional Police Department and the East Lampeter Police
which were in retaliation for the DEBTORs civil actions filed in Federal
and State Courts; and as a means to disrupt and delay this case and other
civil actions. The DEBTOR is seeking remedial actions in both Federal
and State courts pertaining to prosecutorial misconduct and other related
causes of actions from the Southern Regional Police Department and
Lancaster General Hospital.

8. The DEBTOR has several DEFENDANTS that are in DEFAULT in the


Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas that JUDGEMETENTS will include
financial claims that are yet to be collected.

9. The DEBTOR will file the required report for the month of May prior to the
hearing on the present Motion.
The DEBTOR has suffered extensive financial hardship due to circumstances
and wrongdoing promulgated and executed by others beginning and continuing
from 1987.

The preceding extenuating circumstances and a predatory

environment of discrimination has left the DEBTOR indigent. The DEBTORs


resume and capabilities statement (Exhibit E) clearly demonstrates the DEBTOR
has been successful and profitable when these efforts are minimal.

The

DEBTOR also has demonstrated his expertise in the areas of interest that the
Advanced Media Group has pursued.
The DEBTOR has finally entered these allegations and claims in the Federal
Courts, after an exhausting effort. The DEBTOR is seeking financial remedies
and intends to cure all of the outstanding debts of the CREDITORS as soon as
possible, in full.

It would be unfair, and would place the DEBTOR in severe

hardship if the Bankruptcy Court did not consider the totality of the DEBTORs
mitigating circumstances pertaining to the filing of a plan of reorganization. The

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DEBTOR has requested several meetings with Hugh J. Ward, Bankruptcy


Analyst, of the United States Department of Justice, and the Bankruptcy Court to
cure this deficiency, with no avail.
The DEBTOR seeks the necessary time to address these deficiencies while
the Federal and State claims are fairly and properly adjudicated and financial
remedies are enforced.
The DEBTOR has also included a CD ROM disc that contains all supporting
documents and related materials to support the FINDING OF FACTS
RESULTING IN CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY.

JUDGMENT AGAINST DEBTOR AND ORDER DISMISSING CASE should be


DENIED.

DATED: June 22, 2006

________________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
Advanced Media Group
Dated: June 9, 2006
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
717-431-8184
717-427-1821 facsimile
amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Reading)
The Madison, Suite 300
400 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601
Bankruptcy Petition #: 05-23059-tmt
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 19516
SSN: xxx-xx-0959

Debtor Answer To United States Trustee's


Motion To Dismiss Or Convert To Chapter 7
Service To:
Mr. Hugh Ward
Department of Justice
Office of the Trustee
833 Chestnut Street, Suite 500
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Fax: 215-597-5795
Dave P. Adams
Department of Justice
Office of the Trustee
833 Chestnut Street, Suite 500
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Fax: 215-597-5795
Certificates of Service were sent by 1st class United States mail on June 22, 2006.
By, _____________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
Amgroup01@msn.com
717-431-8184 phone
717-427-1621 facsimile

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EXHIBIT A

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SN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

STANLEY J. CATERBONE

JAN:

v.
LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON,

$'c&&

6 2006

NO. 05-2288

ORDER

---AND NOW, this 5th day of January, ~ F O Gupon-,

-- -

consideration of the plaintiff's December 17, 2005 letter to the


Court requesting to amend the complaint and for a hearing, whereas
the complaint was filed and summons were issued to the pro se

plaintiff on May 16, 2005, and whereas the plaintiff has not served
the summons and complaint within 120 days after filing
- the
. ,... .
. ..
..., -.
- ,
....
. ' . .
complaint, as required by ~ u l e41m) if the ~eheral~ u l k
of Civil

Procedure, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the plaintiff shall serve the


summons and complaint on or before January 25, 2006.

If the

plaintiff does not do so, the Court will dismiss the complaint
without prejudice. The Court will consider the plaintiff's request
to amend the complaint and for a hearing after the summons and
complaint are served.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the plaintiff's motion t o

file the complaint under seal (Docket No. 2 ) is DENIED.

A dacument

in a civil action may be filed under seal only if the action is


brought pursuant to a federal statute that prescribes the sealing
of the record, or where good cause is established.

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5.1.5 (a)(1) of the Local Rules of Civil Procedure; Pansv

v. Borough

of Stroudsburg, 23 F.3d 772, 786 ( 3 d Cir. 1994). The party seeking


confidentiality may establish good cause by showing that disclosure
will work a "clearly defined and serious injury" to that party;
"broad allegations of harm, unsubstantiated by specific examples or
articulated reasoning," are insufficient. Id. Even when judged by
the less stringent standards by which courts judge p~

se

pleadings, the plaintiff has not brought suit under a statute that
requires the-sealbgaf the-record, or shown
-good cause for doing
- - so. The plaintiff alleges that several threats have been made on
his life, but does not provide any facts to support this

allegation, or explain how these alleged threats relate to his


complaint.

BY THE COURT:

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EXHIBIT B

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
STANLEY J. CATERBONE

CIVIL ACTION

v.
LANCASTER COUNTY PRISON.
NO. 05-2288

FilEP JUN 19 20M

ORDER
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.

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AND NOW, this 19th day of June, 2006, upon

consideration of the plaintiff's reply brief in support of his


motion for an ex parte meeting with the Court, IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED that, to the extent that the plaintiff is requesting

leave to file an amended complaint: 1) the request shall be


deemed a motion to file an amended complaint; and 2 ) the motion
is GRANTED.

Although the Court dismissed many of the claims in

the original complaint as time-barred, and the plaintiff has not


attached a proposed amended complaint to demonstrate that he will
be able to cure the deficiencies in the original complaint, the
plaintiff is entitled to amend his pleadings once as a matter of
course before a responsive pleading is served.

Fed. R. Civ. P.

15(a); Shane v. Fauver, 213 F.3d 113, 115 (3d Cir. 2000). NO
responsive pleading has yet been filed in this case.

BY TEE COURT:

JUN 1 9 2006
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CLERK OF C O U H ~

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EXHIBIT C

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

In the matter of:


STANLEY J. CATERBONE

CA 06-1538

APPELLANT STANLEY J. CATERBONES REPLY BRIEF


OF THE FULTON BANKS ANSWER TO APPEAL

DATED:

June 8, 2006

__________________________
Advanced Media Group
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
717-431-8184
717-421-1621 Facsimile

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I. STATEMENT OF THE CASE PER FULTON BANK


On or about May 23,2005, Appellant, Stanley J. Caterbone ("Caterbone") filed a pro se
voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Reading) to Docket No. 05-23059. Appellee Fulton Bank
(Futlon) is the holder of a second claim against Caterbone in the Bankruptcy Case by
virtue of a Note (the Note) dated January 20,1995 and a Mortgage (the "Mortgage") dated
January 20, 1995 on Caterbone's property located at 220 Stone Hill Road, Township of
Conestoga, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (the "Property"). After Caterbone failed to
make post-petition payments on the Note and Mortgage for the months of June 2005
through January 2006, Fulton filed its motion for Relief from the Automatic Stay on January
24,2006. On or about February 2, 2006, Caterbone filed Debtor's Response to Motion of
Fulton Bank for Relief from Stay, and a hearing was held on Fulton's Motion for Relief from
Stay on February 21,2006 before the Honorable Richard E. Fehling. At the hearing,
testimony was given on behalf of Fulton, and Caterbone testified on his own behalf.
Thereafter, on February 23,2006, the Bankruptcy Court issued an Order granting Fulton's
Motion for Relief from the Automatic Stay and providing its basis for granting such relief. On
or about March 17,2006, Caterbone filed his Notice of Appeal with respect to the
Bankruptcy Court's February 23,2006 Order (the "Appeal"). The Appeal currently is pending
before this Court. Caterbone, after obtaining from this Court an extension of time through
May 15,2006 to file a Brief in support of his Appeal, filed a document titled "Answer to
Complaint" on May 15,2006. This Brief is submitted in opposition of Caterbone's Appeal.
II. ARGUMENT BY FULTON BANK
The Bankruptcy Court's February 23,2006 Order granting Appellee's Motion for Relief from
the Automatic Stav should be affirmed because Appellant has failed to show any clearly
erroneous findings of fact or incorrect conclusions of law by the Bankruptcy Court. Neither
of the documents Caterbone has filed in this appeal alleges, let alone establishes, that
there were any clearly erroneous findings of fact or incorrect conclusions of law by the
Bankruptcy Court, nor has Caterbone filed any designation of the issues to be presented on

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appeal. this Court's review. As found by the Bankruptcy Court at the February 21,2006
hearing and stated in its February 23,2006 Order, Fulton established at the hearing that
Caterbone made no post-petition payments on the Mortgage since May of 2005, and
Caterbone failed to meet his burden of showing that Fulton's interests in the Property were
adequately protected. These findings of fact may not be set aside on appeal unless clearly
erroneous. See Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure Rule 8013. The Bankruptcy Court's
conclusions of law set forth in the February 23,2006 Order are equally clear and concise
and are fully supported by bankruptcy law. Fulton, which had the initial burden to
demonstrate that "cause" existed for the Bankruptcy Court to grant relief, did so by
establishing that Caterbone defaulted in making post-petition mortgage payments.
February 23,2006 Order (citing In re Duoell, 235 B.R. 783,788 (Bankr. E.D. Pa. 1999); m,
837 F.2d 124, 128 (3rd Cir. 1988); In re Skipworth, 69 B.R. 526,527-28 (Bankr. E.D. Pa.
1987)). Then, the burden shifted to Caterbone to establish the absence of "cause", which
Caterbone may have done by showing that Fulton was adequately protected. Id. (citing m,
235 B.R. at 789; Skipworth, 69 B.R. at 527-28). Once Fulton met its initial burden by
demonstrating "cause" by virtue of Caterbone's failure to make past-petition mortgage
payments, the ultimate burden of proof on tlie issue of adequate protection under 11 U.S.C.
$362(d)(1) was on Caterbone. Id. (citing Skipworth, 69 B.R. at 528). Since Caterbone failed
to meet his burden of establishing the absence of "cause", having introduced no evidence
whatsoever of adequate protection, the Bankruptcy Court correctly found that Fulton was
entitled to an order granting its Motion for Relief from the Automatic Stay with respect to the
Property.
III)

APPELLANTS REPLY FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE COURT

On May 23, 2005 Appellant filed a filed a pro se voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in
the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Reading)
Docket No. 05-23059. In several filings with the Bankruptcy Court Appellant described the
circumstances, which caused the Appellant to file for Bankruptcy protection. In 1998 the
Appellant filed an affidavit with the Honorable Judge Stewart Dalzall which will clearly and
concisely explain to the Court the reason for Appellants Petition for Bankruptcy. The

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Appellant wishes the Court to review this Affidavit to review the reasons for the cause of
filing for bankruptcy protection. This review of the Appellants history is material to the
Courts decision in the Appeal for several reasons:
1. It will demonstrate that the Appellant has a factual accounting of events that
include misconduct and wrongdoing by the Appellee during the course of the
Appellants commercial relationship with the Appellee.
2. It will demonstrate that the Appellants allegations that the Appellant is
operating as a criminal enterprise as stated during testimony in the hearing
on Fulton's Motion for Relief from Stay on February 21,2006 before the
Honorable Richard E. Fehling is with merit and contains many violations with
regards to lender liability laws and statutes, and violations of anit-trust
regulations considering the Appellants successful operation of a mortgage
banking operation that was competitive with the Appellees efforts to finance
and mortgage commercial real estate properties in excess of $3 million in fair
market value.
3. It will demonstrate that the Appellants quest for due process and legal
remedies continue with regards to the issues raised in the Affidavit to the
Honorable Judge Stewart Dalzall.
4. It will demonstrate that the Appellants motion for Relief from the Automatic
Stay on January 24,2006 is a further attempt to subvert, obstruct, and divert
the Appelleants right to due process regarding the issues that continue to
harm the Appellant.
IV) AFFIDAVIT OF 1998 TO HONORABLE JUDGE STEWART DALZALL
I, Stanley J. Caterbone being duly sworn according to law, make the following affidavit
concerning the years during which I was maliciously and purposefully mentally abused,
subjected to a massive array of prosecutorial misconduct, while enduring an exhaustive
fight for the sovereignty of my constitutional rights, shareholder rights, civil liberties, and
right of due access to the law. I will detail a deliberate attempt on my life, in 1991,

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exhibiting the dire consequences of this complaint.. These allegations are substantiated
through a preponderance of evidence including but not limited to over 10,000 documents,
over 50 hours of recorded conversations, transcripts, and archived on several digital
mediums.

A Findings of Facts is attached herewith providing merits and the facts

pertaining to this affidavit. These issues and incidents identified herein have attempted to
conceal my disclosures of International Signal & Control, Pls.,. However, the merits of
the violations contained in this affidavit will be proven incidental to the existence of any
conspiracy.
The plaintiff protests the courts for all remedial actions mandated by law.

Financial

considerations would exceed $1 million.


These violations began on June 23, 1987 while I was a resident and business owner in
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania., and have continued to the present. These issues are a
direct consequence of my public disclosure of fraud within International Signal & Control,
Plc., of County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which were in compliance with federal and
state statutes governing my shareholder rights granted in 1983, when I purchased my
interests in International Signal & Control., Plc.. I will also prove intentional undo influence
against family and friends towards compromising the credibility of myself, with malicious
and self-serving accusations of insanity. I conclude that the courts must provide me
with fair access to the law, and most certainly, the process must void any technical
deficiencies found in this filing as being material to the conclusions.

Such

arrogance by the Courts would only challenge the judicial integrity of our
Constitution.
1. The activities contained herein may raise the argument of fair disclosure regarding the
scope of law pertaining to issues and activities compromising the National Security of
the United States. The Plaintiff will successfully argue that due to the criminal record of
International Signal & Control, including the illegal transfer of arms and technologies to
an end user Iraq, the laws of disclosure must be forfeited by virtue that said activities
posed a direct compromise to the National Security of the United States.; the plaintiff

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will argue that his public allegations of misconduct within the operations of International
Signal & Control, Plc., as early as June of 1987 ; demonstrated actions were proven to
protect the National Security of the United States.. The activities of International Signal
& Control, Pls., placed American troops in harms way. The plaintiffs actions should
have taken the American troops out of harms way causing the activities of the
International Signal & Control, Plc., to cease and desist. .
All activities contained herein have greatly compromised the National Security of the
United States, and the laws of jurist prudence must apply towards the Plaintiffs intent
and motive of protecting the rights of his fellow citizens. Had the plaintiff been protected
under the law, and subsequently had the law enforcement community of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the County of Lancaster administer justice, United
States troops may have been taken out of harms way, as a direct result of ceasing the
operations of International Signal & Control, Plc., in as early as 1987.
2. The plaintiff will successfully prove that the following activities and the prosecutorial
misconduct were directed at intimidating the plaintiff from continuing his public
disclosures regarding illegal activities within International Signal & Control, Plc,. On
June 23, 1998, International Signal & Control, Plc was negotiating for the $1.14 billion
merger with Ferranti International, of England. Such disclosures threatened the integrity
of International Signal & Controls organization, and Mr. James Guerin himself, ,
consequently resulting in adverse financial considerations to all parties if such
disclosures provided any reason to question the integrity of the transaction, which later
became the central criminal activity in the in The United States District Court For The
Eastern District Of Pennsylvania.
3. The plaintiff will prove that undo influence was also responsible for the adverse
consequences and fabricated demise of his business enterprises and personal
holdings.

The dire consequences of the plaintiffs failed business dealings, will

demonstrate and substantiate financial incentive and motive. Defendants responsible


for administering undo influence and interference in the plaintiffs business and

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commercial enterprises had financial interests. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as


a taxing authority, Lancaster County had a great investment whos demise would
facilitate grave consequences to its economic development. . Commonwealth National
Bank (Mellon) would have less competition in the mortgage banking business and other
financial services, violating the lender liability laws. The Steinman Enterprises, Inc.,
would loose a pioneer in the information technologies industries, and would protect the
public domain from truthful disclosure. The plaintiff will also provide significant evidence
of said perpetrators violating common laws governing intellectual property rights.
4. Given the plaintiffs continued and obstructed right to due process of the law, beginning
in June of 1987 and continuing to the present, the plaintiff must be given fair access to
the law with the opportunity for any and all remedial actions required under the federal
and state statutes.

The plaintiff will successfully argue his rights to the courts to

rightfully claim civil actions with regards to the totality of these activities, so described in
the following Findings of Facts, regardless of any statute of limitations. Given the
plaintiffs genuine efforts for due process has been inherently and maliciously
obstructed, the courts must provide the opportunity for any and all remedial actions
deserving to the plaintiff.
5. Under current laws, The plaintiffs intellectual capacity has been exploited as means of
discrediting the plaintiffs disclosures and obstructing the plaintiffs right to due process
of the law. The plaintiff has always had the proper rights under federal and state laws
to enter into contract. The logic and reason towards the plaintiffs activities and actions
are a matter of record, demonstrated in the Findings of Facts, contained herein..
The plaintiff will argue and successfully prove that the inherent emotional consequences
to all of the activities contained herein have resulted in Post Traumatic Stress
Syndrome. The evidence of the stress subjected to the plaintiff, will prove to be the
direct result of the activities contained herein, rather than the exhibited behavior of any
mental deficiency the plaintiff may or may not have. The courts must provide for the
proper interpretations of all laws, irrespective of the plaintiffs alleged intellectual

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capacity. The plaintiff successfully argue that his mental capacity is of very little legal
consequence, if any; other than in its malicious representations used to diminish the
credibility of the plaintiff.
6. The plaintiff will demonstrate that the following incidents of illegal prosecutions were
purposefully directed at intimidating the plaintiff from further public disclosure into the
activities of International Signal & Control, Plc., consequently obstructing the plaintiffs
access to due process of the law. Due to the fact that these activities to which the
plaintiffs perpetrators were protecting were illegal activities, the RICO statutes would
apply.
To this day, the plaintiff has never been convicted of any crime with the exception of 2
speeding tickets. The following report identifies 34 instances of prosecutorial
misconduct during the prosecutions and activities beginning on June 23, 1987 and
continuing to today.
7) Given the preponderance of evidence associated with this affidavit, the courts must
conclude that In The United States District Court For The Eastern District of
Pennsylvania, Federal Judge Stuart Dalzalls findings of April 14, 1997, in the Lisa
Lambert case identifying acts of Prosecutorial Misconduct, now, by virtue of this
affidavit, now discloses evidence of a bona fide pattern of prosecutorial misconduct, in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in the County of Lancaster. Criminal law must
now determine if these disclosures would warrant investigations of a possible criminal
enterprise. This affidavit is of material interest to the Lambert case, for the very fact that
this affidavit compromises the very same integrity of the court, which would tip the
scales of justice even further from the peoples deserving rights..
In the truthfulness of this affidavit, The Commonwealth must concede Lisa Michelle
Lambert to balance the scales of justice, which no other act could accomplish. The
Commonwealth must yield the criminal culpability of Lisa Michelle Lambert to the
superior matter of restoring the integrity to the courts; by its own admission of

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wrongdoing, assuring the peoples of its commitment to administer equalities of justice,


not inequalities of justice. Balancing the scales of justice. Anything less, would take the
full scope of jurisdiction out of the boundaries of our laws, negating our democracy and
impugning the Constitution of the United States..

The plaintiff must be restored to

whole.
V.

ALLEGATIONS OF WRONGDOING BY THE APPELLEE


1. 1987 - Libel and slander pertaining to a FULTON BANK employee (Jill Carson),
against my person while a customer of FULTON BANK that contributed to my
demise and the demise of my company and its subsidiaries Financial
Management Group, Ltd. A check for insurance for my plain that was posted
against my account at FULTON Bank in 1987, was intentionally and maliciously
used for a reason for the wrongful repossession by the then Commonwealth
Bank, resulting in several violations of lender liability against both FULTON
BANK and COMMONWEALTH BANK(MELLON BANK), some 30 days before
my first payment on the loan with COMMONWEALTH BANK.
2. 1990 - Diversion of funds regarding a check that was erroneously posted against
my account in 1991, that involved Mr. Hostettler, the branch manager of the
FULTON BANK branch at the Greenfield Corporate Center.
3. 1995 - The diversion of funds and extortion of funds by FULTON BANK from the
late Thomas P. Caterbone, my brother, in 1995, from his company Country
Funding, which was a primary circumstance surrounding his suicide in 1996.
4. 2006 - The undo influence of the FULTON BANK account for Toms Project Hope
account that I was the sole signatory and depositor of funds in 2005 by a
FULTON BANK employee or employees.
5. The diversion of funds from the Appellant by the Appellee with regards to the
purchase of a Visa Giftcard on June 1, 2006.

VI)

APPELLANTS ARGUMENT

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The Appellant is requesting and wising the Court to ignore the Appellees continued
arrogance and undo influence concerning the issues that have required the Appellant to file
for bankruptcy protection in the voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Reading) to Docket No.
05-23059.

The Appellant is requesting the Court to use its discretionary powers to allow

the Appellants civil actions currently before The United States District Court For The
Eastern District Of Pennsylvania in STANLEY J. CATERBONE Plaintiff, VS. FULTON
BANK, Civil Action No: 05-2288, under the jurisdiction of the Honorable Mary A.
McLaughlin to continue without interruption and prejudice by the Appellee. By vacating the
Automatic Stay, the Court will enforce an equitable and justifiable right to due process that
the Constitution of the United States affords every citizen of this country. The Appellees
financial interest in the property is clearly protected by virtue of its 1st place lien, and the
Appellants continued payment of that debt would be protected if the various courts would
only uphold the Appellants civil rights that are afforded under the Constitution of the United
States.
VII) CONCLUSION
Based on the foregoing, Appellant, Stanley J. Caterbone, respectfully requests that this
Court deny the Bankruptcy Court's February 23,2006 Order granting Fulton Bank's Motion
for Relief from the Automatic Stay with respect to the Property.
DATED:

June 8, 2006

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220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

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717.731.8184 Phone
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1984 To 1987
In 1984/85 We had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Wiel, former
President of Citi Group (the largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several
associates asked to help advise on the future of Financial Planning and how it would
impact the brokerage and the investment industry at large. Mr. Weil was performing due
diligence for the merger of American Express and IDS (Investors Diversified Services).
We were at that time a national leader in the company in delivering Fee Based Financial
Planning Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and
mainstream investors. That concept is now widely held by most investment advisors.
In 1985/86 We were elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the
International Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by
increasing membership 3to 4 times. We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed
and nationally syndicated Financial Planner, Ms. Alexandria Armstrong of Washington
D.C.; to host a major fundraiser. More than 150 professionals attended the dinner event
that was held at the Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong discussed
financial planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order to be
most effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of professionals including;
brokers, lawyers, accountants, realtors, tax specialists, estate planners, bankers, and
investment advisors. Today, it has become evident that financial planning was the way
of the future. In 1986 executives approached us from Blue Ball National Bank to help
them develop a Financial Planning department within their bank.
In 1985 we developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp
for the Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams
scouting departments. Current camps were dependant on the team scouts to travel from
state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a strategy of video taping the camp
and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all of the scouting
departments for teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at
that camp by the Ottawa Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver
while J.C. Watts was one of the leagues most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also
played 2 years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino was starting quarterback. We
were a Certified Agent for the National Football League Players Association. Gene
Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some helpful hints for my camp,
while we were at a Conference for agents of the NFL. The Washington Post wrote a fullpage article about our camp and associated it with other camps that were questionable
about their practices. Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended
many other camps around the country that were not very well organized and attracted
few if any scouts. We had about 60 participants, with one player coming from as far
away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster Catholic, with a professional production
company filming the entire camp, while I did the editing and produced the video. The
well respected and widely acclaimed professional football scout, Gil Brandt, of the Dallas
Cowboys, had given me support for my camp during some conversations We had with
him and said he looked forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits. * In 1986
We had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services

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organization comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had


developed a stock purchase program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity
ownership in the new firm. FMG had financial planners, investment managers,
accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability insurance services, tax preparers, and estate
planners operating out of our corporate headquarters in Lancaster. In one year, we had
24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and several satellite
offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our
advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the
fees from the other professionals. We had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and
were valued at about $3 to $4 million.
In 1987 We had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was
funded by a major banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance
projects from $3 to $100 million dollars. Our terms and rates were so attractive that we
had quickly received solicitations from developers across the country. We were also very
attractive to companies that wanted to raise capital that include both debt and equity.
Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding through private placements,
and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We had secured refinancing
packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and were in the midst of replacing the
current loan that was with Commonwealth National Bank. We had meetings and
discussions with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt
portfolio. We also had a number of other prominent local developers seeking our
competitive funding, including Owen Kugal, High Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a
partner of The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We were constantly told that
our financing packages were more completive than local institutions.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York retained me as executive producer of a
motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be delivered in a digital
format; the first of its kind. We had originated the marketing for the technology, and
created the concept for the Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would
follow the copyright and marketing formula of the DOLBY technology trademark. We had
also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the
recording industry featuring the digital technology. Sidel,Gonda, Goldhammer, and
Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead patent law firm that We had retained for the
project. Power Station Studios was the brainchild of Tony Bongiovi, a leading
engineering genius discovered by Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station
Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible
for developing Bon Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce
Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper, Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones, Steve
Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station Studios had produced the original
Sound Track for the original Star Wars motion picture. It was released for distribution
and was the number one Sound Track recording of its time. Tony Bongiovi was also
active in working and researching different aerospace technologies. * We had developed
and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in delivering the
Digital Movie and its related technologies to the marketplace. The venture was to
include the commercialization of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for
the recording industry simultaneously with the release of the Digital Movie. I also created
the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo for the
technology, similar to the DOLBY sound systems trademark. The acronyms stand for
the Power Station Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering
digital movies on a portable medium, a compact disc.
1988 To 1998

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In 1989 We had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S.
domestic companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business
with commercial companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign
companies. I performed services and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA,
National Institution of Standards & Technology (NIST), Department of Defense, The
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the Defense Mapping
Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore
Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others. I also was working
with R.R, Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various interactive mapping
technologies, which is now a major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the premier
provider of mapping software and applications for the internet and is often used in
delivering maps and directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had arranged for High
Industries to sell American Helix, the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly.
We had brokered a deal and the executives from Donnellys Chicago headquarters flew
to Lancaster to discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility
located in the Greenfield Industrial Park.
1990 - 1991
We had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the governments
technology think tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). I coauthored the article Escaping
the Unix Tar Pit with a scientist from NIST that was published in the magazine DISC,
then one of the leading publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call
centers deploy that technology whenever you call an 800 number, and voice recognition
is prevalent in all types of
applications involving telecommunications.
In 1991 We were elected to People to People International and the Citizen Ambassador
Program, which was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program
was founded to To give specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to
work together and effectively communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador
program administers face-to-face scientific, technical, and professional exchanges
throughout the world. In 1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State Department
established a non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were
scheduled to tour the ***iet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and publishing
technologies with scientists and technicians
around the world.
1993 To 1998
We were retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for
saving the company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid
contracts, the company was facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding
insurance company. We were responsible for implementing computerized accounting,
accounting and contract policies and procedures, human resource policies and
procedures, marketing strategies, performance measurement reporting, and negotiate
for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially problematic,
since it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public contracts. The Bank of
Lancaster County demanded a complete accounting of the operations in order to stave
off a default on the notes and loans it was holding. We essentially revamped the entire
operation. Within 3 years, the company realized an increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its
previous years, and record revenues.
1998 To Present
Advanced Media Group
Performed Specialized Marketing and Information Communication services to wholesale
representatives of AIM Investments and Invesco reps.
Opened eBay Store
Current Federal and State Litigation and Various Civil Actions for Personal and Business
Interest.
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mailto:amgroup01@msn.com
717.731.8184 Phone
717.427-1621 Fax

Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
LANCASTER COUNTY
__________________________________________________________________________
:
STANLEY J. CATERBONE
:
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
:
:
County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania
: CIVIL ACTION NO.CI-06-03401
: CIVIL DIVISION
Plaintiff(s)
:
:
v.
:
:
SOUTHERN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT
:
CHIEF JOHN A. FIORILL
:
OFFICER BUZZER
:
OFFICER FEDOR
:
:

AMENDED COMPLAINT

Respectfully submitted,

Date: October 30, 2006

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/sjc/________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
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COMPLAINT
__________________________________________________________________

1. On February 12th, 2005, Pamela Pflumm invited the Plaintiff for dinner after the
Plaintiffs return from a trip to Florida on the same day.

Pamela Pflumm was

attending to the Plaintiffs cats and mail during his trip to Florida at his residence at
220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, Pennsylvania.
2. On February 12th, after dinner, Pamela Pflumms asked the Plaintiff to drive her and a
boyfriend of Abby Pflumm to Kegels Restaurant to pick up Abby Pflumm from work.
The boyfriend of Abby Pflumm and Keagan Pflumm entered the rear seats of the
Plaintiffs car and the boyfriend held a green tennis ball in his hand and aggressively
put in the Plaintiffs face and said I found a tennis ball in your back seat.

The

Plaintiff drove down the driveway and Keagan Pflumm and Abby Pflumms boyfriend
made a comment about the Plaintiffs car audio system that was previously vandalized.
The Plaintiff became upset, turned around and told Pamela Pflumm to drive herself to
pickup up Abby Pflumm from work.

When the Plaintiff arrived back home at his

residence, the green tennis ball that hangs from the Plaintiffs garage to align his
parking, was suspiciously missing and was reported stolen that night to the Southern
Regional Police Department.
3. On February 17th, 2006, as the Plaintiff drove down Main Street, in Conestoga, while
the Plaintiff noticed a four-wheeler driving in the horse pasture of the Plfumm
Property. The Plaintiff stopped and questioned the unknown persons because it was a
school night and Pamela Pflumm was residing at the residence alone without her
husband. No member of Pflumm family was on the scene at that time. The Plaintiff did
immediately vacate the property as soon as a member of the Pflumm household
walked out of the house indicated that the persons on their property did have
permission.

A few months previous to these incidents, Mr. David Pflumm separated

from his wife and was not living at the residence.

The Plaintiff was called upon by

Pamela Pflumm on several occasions to help her around the house and property.
4. On February 17, 2005, at approximately 2:20am Officer Fedor of the Southern

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Regional Police Department abruptly entered the Plaintiffs home, awakening the
Plaintiff, and falsely accused the Plaintiff of harassment for driving on the residence of
David and Pamela Pflumm.

Pamela Pflumm calls the Plaintiff during the altercation

with Officer Fedor on the Plaintiffs cell phone.


5. Immateriality after the altercation with Officer Fedor, the Plaintiff wrote a letter and
sent it the Chief Fiorill (formerly of the Lancaster City Police Bureau) of the Southern
Regional Police Department.
6. At 1:00 pm on February 17, 2005 the Plaintiff did visit the Lancaster County District
Attorneys Office and requested to meet with District Attorney Donald Totaro.

The

Chief of Detectives, Mr. Michael Landis (Former Chief of the Lancaster City Police
Bureau) conducted a meeting in a conference room where the Plaintiff complained
about the conduct of the Southern Regional Police Department and the harassment of
the Officer and clearly stated that the Plaintiff was preparing a Federal Civil Action (052288) and was concerned about obstruction of justice, anit-slapp, and civil rights
violations concerning Federal Civil Action 05-2288 which was filed a few months later
on May 16, 2005 in the United States District Court for the Eastern Court of
Pennsylvania.
7. On February 18,2005 the Plaintiff did meet with the Chief of the Southern Regional
Police Department, Chief Fiorill, at the precinct located at 3284 Main Street, in
Conestoga. The meeting was initiated by request of Chief Fiorill. Officer Robert Busser
(formerly of the Pennsylvania State Police) was outside Chief Fiorills office listening to
the meeting.
8. At the meeting of February 18th, 2005, Chief Fiorill did libel and slander the Plaintiff by
stating that I dont believe anything that you say, regarding the incidents of the
week of February 17th and the allegations contained in Federal Civil Action 05-2288.
9. At the meeting of February 18th, both Chief Fiorill and Officer Robert Busser did libel
and slander the Plaintiff by stating that the Plaintiff was nuts and questioned the
Plaintiffs mental health.

This assault on the Plaintiffs mental health was done to

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10.At the meeting of February 18th, Officer Fiorill disclosed that he had called the Plaintiffs
brother, Mike in Plantation Florida (who has been residing in Florida for the past 18
years), to discuss the incidents without permission, thus violating the Plaintiffs civil
rights and privacy rights.
11.At the meeting of February 19th Officer Robert Busser threatened and assaulted the
Plaintiff by taking his nightstick and raising it up in a position to strike the Plaintiff on
the head. Chief Fiorill grabbed Officer Robert Bussers forearm just in time to stop him
from hitting the Plaintiff.
12.Both Officer Busser and Chief Fiorill demanded the Plaintiff out of the office, thus
violating his civil rights, and placing the Plaintiff in harms way of future threats,
harassment, and numerous criminal activities.
13. On February 18th, 2005, the Plaintiff visited the establishment of the Alley Kat Bar and
Restaurant, located on Lemon Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania from approximately
10:00pm until 11:30pm.

The Plaintiff had a brief conversation with Ms. Kerry Egan

immediately before leaving to proceed directly home.


14.On February 19th, 2005, at approximately 5:00am, Officer Fedor pounded on the
Plaintiffs front door to awaken him. The Plaintiff refused to open the door and let the
Officer in due to the preceding incidents and went into his bathroom and called the
Pennsylvania State Police. The Pennsylvania State Police refused to answer the plea
for help to intervene in the altercations with the Southern Regional Police Department.
15.Approximately 20 minutes later, Officer Fedor and Pamela Pflumm illegally entered into
the residence of the Plaintiff by breaking and entering.
16.Officer Fedor stated he was responding to a 911 call about an attempted suicide. The
Plaintiff tried to tell Officer Fedor that he did not know what he was talking about.
Officer Fedor handcuffed the Plaintiff and was physically abusive by pushing and
shoving the Plaintiff directly in front of the Plaintiffs loveseat and handcuffing the
Plaintiff. Officer Fedor asked him why he sent an email to Kerry Egan threatening to
commit suicide. Pamela Pflumm was standing in front of the Plaintiffs back door. The
Plaintiff kept trying to tell Officer Fedor that he came home and was sleeping all night.

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The Plaintiff and Officer Fedor kept arguing about an incident that never occurred.
Officer Fedor violated several civil rights of the Plaintiff.
17.Officer Fedor stated the Kerry Egan made a call to 911 at approximately 4:00 am and
stated that she received an email from the Plaintiff early that morning with a threat to
commit suicide. The Plaintiff called Comcast cable during the altercation to try to get
an activity list of the Plaintiffs online activities to prove that the Plaintiff did not send
any email to Kerry Egan.

Officer Fedor slandered and libeled the Plaintiff by not

believing his account. The Plaintiff kept asking why Pamela Pflumm was summoned to
the Plaintiffs home and received no explanation.

The Plaintiff did not see Pamela

Pflumm before that she entered the residence with Officer Fedor.
18.It was later determined that there never was an email, and the Southern Regional
Police Department never withdrew their allegations of mental health issues.
19.On April 5, 2006 Officer Buzzer did knowingly and willing falsely imprison Plaintiff and
maliciously attack plaintiff and accompanied several police officers in theft of a white
envelope containing approximately $743.00 in cash in a police chase from the
Conestoga Wagon Wheel Restaurant in Conestoga to Duke Street in Millersville,
Pennsylvania, via Kendig Road.
20.On April 5th, 2006, Officer Fedor did make false statements to authorities in the 302
petitions to Lancaster General Hospital and to Crisis Intervention of Lancaster,
Pennsylvania with regards to the incarceration of the Plaintiff in the Psychiatric ward
from the period of April 5th to April 10th, 2006.
21.On April 5th, 2006, Officer Busser did harass, threaten, and physically abuse the
Plaintiff in the apprehension that took place on South Duke Street, Millersville,
Pennsylvania and did knowingly draw his weapon upon the Plaintiff without any threat,
merely to incite public attention to the Plaintiff that defamed his character, and
slandered his name.
22.All of the preceding were a direct result of undo influence upon the Plaintiff and his
attempts to remedy causes of action that have been disclosed in the Federal Civil
Action 05-2288, and the Federal False Claims Act filed in the United States District

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Court for the Eastern Court of Pennsylvania.


23.Plaintiff seeks trial by jury and damages in excess of $1,000,000.
Date: October 30, 2006

Respectfully submitted,
/sjc/________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
717-431-8184
717-427-1821 facsimile
amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the AMENDED COMPLAINT has been
served this 30th day of October, 2006, by first class mail, Postage prepaid, by electronic
mail, or by hand delivery upon:

Lavery, Faherty, Young & Patterson, P.C.


Cheryl L. kovaly, Esquire
225 Market Street, Suite 304
P.O. Box 1245
Harrisburg, PA 171 08-1245
(717) 233-6633 (telephone)
(717) 233-7003 (facsimile)
Atty No. PA73693
ckovaly@laverylaw.com

Date: October 30, 2006

Respectfully submitted,

/sjc/_________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 174516
717-431-8184
717-427-1821 facsimile
amgroup01@msn.com
www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
COUNTY OF LANCASTER
CIVIL DIVISION

Stanley J. Caterbone
Advanced Media Group

CIVIL COMPLAINT CI-06-03349


CIVIL DIVISION

v.

Dr. Emily Pressley, Psychiatric Department


Ward 8 East
Lancaster General Hospital
320 North Duke Street
Lancaster. PA 17602
Lancaster General Hospital
320 North Duke Street
Lancaster. PA 17602

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CIVIL COMPLAINT

1.

On April 5th, 2006, Defendants did falsely imprison Defendant at Approximately

3:15 EST at the emergency intake unit of the Lancaster General Hospital, Duke Street,
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
2.

Upon request, Agents of the Lancaster General Hospital failed to produce any

official documentation to support the apprehension of the Plaintiff or the holding of the
Plaintiff in said facility.
3.

Defendants did open locking cell and plaintiff gain asked for documentation,

plaintiff walked out of the holding cell, and not documentation was produced, agent for
defendant picked plaintiff up and literally threw plaintiff back into holding cell.
4.

Between 3:30pm and 7:15pm Dr. Riley examined plaintiff by asking the following

questions:
a. Do you drink alcohol?
b. Do you take drugs?
c. May I listen to your heart and drugs?
The preceding examination took under 2 minutes and was not near sufficient for
the requirements as outlined in the 302 petition, whether legal or not.
5.

Mental Duress: Agents, employees, and staff of the Lancaster General Hospital

did engage in planned and occasional events to inflict, cause, and provoke extreme
mental duress.
6.

Agents, employees, and staff did obstruct justice and cause plaintiff to suspend,

neglect, and or cease all activities relating to CA 05-0288 and TMT 05-23059 in an overt
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attempt to interfere with Plaintiffs constitutional right to due process.


7. Agents, employees, and or staff did subject Plaintiff to a life threatening environment
when patient William X was intentionally given a ball point pen immediately after Angela
X administered a drug, and William X stood 1 foot away from Plaintiff and held ball point
pen as a knife. Plaintiff had to immediately remove himself from the immediate area.
Agents, employees, and or staff subjected Plaintiff to further harm by condoning and
further provoking situation. As of April l0th, 2006, Plaintiff is still falsely imprisoned.
8. Agents, employees, and or staff did take from Plaintiffs possession a white bank
envelope containing Seven Hundred and Forty-Three dollars ($730.00) which was not
included in Plaintiffs Possession Form.
Plaintiff requests trial by jury and seeks damages in excess of $10,000.00

Dated: April l0th, 2006

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Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro SE
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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
COMMON PLEAS COURT
LANCASTER COUNTY

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

Stanley J. Caterbone
Represented by Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
Conestoga, PA 19516
717-431-8184 Phone
717-427-1621 Facsimile
amgroup01@msn.com Email

Service To:

Dr. Pressley, Psychiatrist


Lancaster General Hospital
320 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Dr. Pressley, Psychiatrist
Lancaster General Hospital
320 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Certificates of Service were delivered in person on April 27, 2006.


By, ________________________________
Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se

Stanley J. Caterbone

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AMENDED COMPLAINT
WIP from April 28 2006

Bill McCrakken Harleysville Insurance Claim


Tim Decker and Cats
Humane League
February 20, 2005 Letter to the Editor After finding my cat killed and left by my pond:
While I was away for a family emergency, I had someone let my two cats out after being inside for a few
days, which I have always done in the past. I returned after being in South Florida for one week. Upon
driving toward my driveway, my one cat was anxiously awaiting my arrival. However, my second cat was
not there. This was immediate cause for concern, since being mother and son, they had always stuck
together. After a few days I knew that my cat was either abducted or was harmed. No way would he be
around and not come home.
The other evening I went over to my suspect neighbors home, whom I know often has been mischievous
toward my property in the past, and asked him if he saw my cat. He went on to tell me how big my cat is
and how he is the "king of the neighborhood". I found this conversation to be typical bull.... He said "don't
worry it will show up soon!"
Last evening I found my dead cat lying by my pond with a possum chewing on its ear. I examined the
body and found that it's neck had been broken with no other signs of any other wounds.
I called the Humane Shelter and talked to a Cruelty Officer who said" There is nothing we can do if you
did not see anyone physically harm the animal"
Is this the way it is? You have to prove a crime before they will investigate? Sounds a little backwards to
me, but then again I often forget where I am at.
March 7, 2005 Email to Dan Berger, formerly of Financial Management Group, Ltd., and brother-in-law
of Honorable Lawrence Stengel, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania;
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Sent: Monday, March 07, 2005 3:53 PM
To: danielberger@comcast.net
Subject: Conversation
OK, Danny, attached is the document that I had promised. As far at the other issues
concerning the Middle East, here it goes. The following is a communication that was
specifically for the "intelligence community". As you probably are aware, there are some 15 or more
agencies that comprise that part of our government. The following paragraph was never saved as a file,
the only way to authenticate the document would be to perform a forensic autopsy on the hard drive to
which it was written. The document was displayed on my screen for several days. I had written the
communication sometime on or around January 1, 2005. I apologize for not knowing the exact date, but I
never really had any reason to resurrect it before now. By memory, the following is the communication:
"We finally have an opportunity for real peace in the Middle East, and you continue to play your childish
games with me. Stop collecting a paycheck and go and support our president and troops. Your efforts
would be far better served. THE PEOPLE OF THIS WORLD DESERVE PEACE AND NOTHING LESS"
Remember the timeline of events. The Presidential Inauguration was on January 20, and the Iraq

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elections on January 21. I went on to expand upon that communication and told Chris Mathews during a
debate (no evidence thereof) that "It is about people, not governments" hence the Inaugural speech!
There, it is what it is???????
Commins Hearing

Phillips Office
February 2, 2005 Phillips Office Supply, Lancaster, PA email;
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From: amgroup01@msn.com
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 5:11 PM
To: cmailbox@buyphillips.com
Subject: RE: Repair Service Center
Just wondering why it takes you 8-10 days to receive whatever it is that you are waiting
for when I can receive anything I want within 2-3 day! Just curious. I'll take any necessary action that is
within my power and rights to provide a fair and reasonable conclusion to your attempts to humiliate and
degrade me. Do you Understand!
----Original Message Follows---From: "comments" <cmailbox@buyphillips.com>
To: "Stan Caterbone" <amgroup01@msn.com>
Subject: RE: Repair Service Center
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 16:37:14 0500
Mr. Caterbone - I have researched your issue and spoke with Mr. Leonard Brown who is the Director of
our Technology Service. He indicated that he talked with you last week and indicated that your issue
would be resolved within 8-10 days. He explained the circumstances and informed me that you were
satisfied with the resolution. Please e-mail comments@buyphillips.com if this is incorrect and require me
to look into this further.
Thank you.
-----Original Message----From: Stan Caterbone [mailto:amgroup01@msn.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 7:53 AM
To: comments
Subject: Repair Service Center
And where is my facsimile machine guys? Serial Number 372122034, Sharp ux-b700. Let me see if I got
this right. I dropped it off with an authorization from Sharp, the manufacturer, case no. 2214140, and you
still have not repaired that machine? You had the machine how long now??? I would say about 3 weeks
or longer. You know the emotional stress and duress that this causes me is about enough to constitute a
very fruitful legal engagement. And especially considering that you are conducting your activities with
malice.
Weis Markets July 4 2006
Fiorill
SRPD Lawsuit

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Senator Specter
Lancaster County In Forma Pauperis Denials
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Fabricated Statement
Los Cabos
Hamilton Hearing Frisking, etc
Lancaster City Police Littering; fabricated stop sign arrest;
Citizens Bank Extortion

LIST OF ALLEGED ASSAILANTS AND PERPETRATORS


Conestoga Police Department and Southern Regional Police Department; Chief Fiorill, Sgt. Robert
Busser, Officer M. Fedor, Officer Rob Berger
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., and employees, Millersville, PA
Thomas Grassell, Conestoga, PA
Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Conestoga, PA
Residents of Conestoga, PA (Mr. and Mrs. Tim Decker, residents Stone Hill Road)
Lancaster County District Attorney, Lancaster, PA
Lancaster County Public Defender Office, Lancaster, PA
Mannheim Township Police Department
The Alley Kat Restaurant, Lancaster, PA
Yolanda M. Caterbone, Lancaster, PA
Steven P. Caterbone, Miami, Florida
Michael T. Caterbone, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Phillip W. Caterbone, Austin, Texas
Commonwealth National Bank (Melon Bank), Pittsburg, PA
Fulton Bank, Lancaster, PA
Farmers First Bank, Pete Richter, Lancaster, PA
Bank of Lancaster County, Lancaster, PA
Sovereign Bank, Millersville, PA
Citizens Bank, Lancaster, PA
St. Joseph Hospital, Regional Medical Center, Lancaster, PA
Lancaster General Hospital, Dr. Emily Pressly, Dr. Bill, Employees and staff, Lancaster, PA
Financial Management Group, Ltd., et al, Lancaster, PA
Attilio M. Grossi, Lancaster, PA

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ATTORNEYS AT LAW

I
Shawn h& Long, Esquire
Direct Did N u m k 717.399.1512
E-mait: slong@barfey.wm

126 East King Street


Lanmstet, PA 17602-2893
Tel717.299.5201 Fax 717.291.4560

www.barley.com

VIA CIERTIFJED MAIL,


RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED
AND ]FIRST CLASS MAIL
Mr. Stanley J. Caterbone
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 175 16

Re:

126 East King Street, Laneaster, PA 17602

Dear Mr.Caterbone:

As you know, during your visit today to this firm's offiws at 126 East King Street,
Lancaster, PA 17602 (the "Premises"), I advised you that you are no longer allowed on the
Premises. This letter shall provide written notice that you are neither licensed nor privileged to
enter upon the Premises.
W e call your awntion to Section 3503 of the PennsylvaniaCrimes Code. Under this law,
a person who has been given notice against trespassing upon a particular place, commits
Criminal Trespass if he enters that place, knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so.

Should you enter upon the Premises, we intend to notify the Lawaster Bureau of Police
for appropriate action.

If you need to forward any documents or other items to us in connection with any legal
p r o c d i g s you are involved in against our clients, you may do so by mail or such other means
provided for in the relevant Rules of Civil Procedure.

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CCHR Abuse Case Interview Form (ver. 1.0), Jan, 1, 1992


No Proof or Edit

Citizens Commission on Human Rights


6362 Hollywood Boulevard,
Suite B Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: (213) 467-4242 Fax: (213) 467-3720

ABUSE CASE INTERVIEW FORM

NAME:
ADDRESS:
CITY:
WORK PHONE:
FAX:
DATE:
FORM FILLED

Stan J. Caterbone
615 Wyncroft Lane, Apt. 2
Lancaster
STATE: PA
(717) 392-3682 ' HOME PHONE: Same
(717) 392-0532
January 1, 1991
OUT BY: Stan J. Caterbone

AGE: 33
ZIP: 17603

Brief summary of abuse (Drugs, Electric Shock Treatment, Psychiatric Rape, Confinement):
Fabricated allegations of suicide, "going to the beach with a gun to kill himself", made by James Warner on August 12,
1987 to the Stone Harbor Police Department. Incarcerated and taken to the Burdette Tomlin Hospital in Stone Harbor,
New Jersey, on August 12, 1987 by Officer Steve O'Conner and Henry Stanford of the Stone Harbor Police Department,
and accompanied by Steve and Tom Caterbone (brothers). Hospital officials refused to release me, and after several
hours, I was forced into signing a contract with the hospital that said "I, Stanley J. Caterbone will not take my life
tonight or anytime" as a requirement for my release. [SEE PAGES 40 TO 41 OF ROY GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF
EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]
On September 9th, 1987, I was denied bail for again fabricated criminal charges of September 3, 1987, (all charges
dropped in March of 1988) unless I admitted myself into the Psychiatric Unit of St. Joseph Hospital in Lancaster, PA.
Officials of the Lancaster County Prison, attorney Robert Byers, Mary Lynn DiPaolo, Dr. Al Shulz, Yolanda Caterbone
(Mother), and Michael Caterbone (brother) all collaborated that the only way bail would be allowed to be posted is by
admitting myself, voluntarily, into the Hospital. After learning that the requirment (hospitalization), for posting bail was
not required, I released myself from the hospital. During the five days of hospitalization, I was made to take lithium
several times per day. I was also denied any opportunity to communicate with any attorneys or representatives
regarding any of my legal affairs. [SEE PAGES 45 TO 46 OF ROY GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED
DECEMBER 20, 1991]

On June 7, 1991, I was again incarcerated and arrested on fabricated charges, again by the Stone Harbor Police, again
by Officer Henry Stanford, for driving while under the influence. During a sobriety test on the sidewalk, I again asked
Officer Stanford what the charges were and he replied "It doesn't matter, it is my word against yours, -and we know
who they will believe, remember '87. When I passed two breathalizer tests (.08), Officer Stanford refused to release me
and I was placed in a holding cell. After several hours, an Officer McLaughlin arrived from the Avalon Police Department,
with a warrent for my arrest, for outstanding warrents (fabricated traffic violations of August 14, 1987), which attorney
Byers had since said were dropped, and again placed under arrest. The two officers, McClaughlin (Avalon, NJ) and
Stanford (Stone Harbor, NJ) requested $340.00 for bail. I requested to go to my car for the cash, which was one block
away, and Officer McGlaughlin refused stating "you may have a gun in the car". I was taken to the Cape May County
Prison, fingerprinted and improsoned until the next day. I posted bail the following day. [SEE PAGES 74 TO 75 OF ROY
GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]
On September 3, 1987, I was arrested for burglarizing my own leased property, charged with stealing my own
property, charged with destroying my own property, charged with terrorizing my own employee, who I kissed goodbye,
and awaited for her safe return into my building, and charged with making an alleged bomb threat to my own place of
business, by the Manhiem Township Police Department, the Lancaster District Attorney, District Justice Murray Horton,
and District Justice Richard Reeser. [SEE PAGES 44 TO 45 OF ROY GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED
DECEMBER 20, 1991]
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On December 4, 1987 at the annual shareholders meeting of Financial Management Group, Ltd., the company that I
had founded, Mr. Robert Kauffman conveniently arranged and hired armed security guards stand _at the entrance of the
meeting. This strategy was used for the sole purpose of purporting and supporting his fabricated allegations of criminal
misconduct and mental illness of myself, by suggesting that I was going to attend the meeting, which was perfectly
within my rights, as a 20% shareholder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., the Executive Vice President, and
Secretary, and President of FMG Advisory. Mr. Kauffman attempted to insinuate that I was contemplating attending the
meeting in order to cause violence. I did not attend the meeting, nor had any plans to do so. [SEE PAGES 53 OF ROY
GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]
In March of 1991, David D. Dering, the president of American Helix Technology Corporation, told all employees during a
special staff meeting, that I "was a runaway ex-convict that would end up in jail soon, and that I was "bad news". Mr.
Dering also spent approximately 20 minutes slandering my character, my reputation, and my business activities. Mr.
Dering was threatened by my disclosure of filing a civil Anti-Trust suit against American Helix and High Industries, its
parent company, for allegations of conspiracy to sabotage my business activities in 1987 with "Digital Technologies",
which resulted in the formation of American Helix, by persons which were involved in my business affairs in 1987, and
which was my business. (Scott Robertson, Robert Long, Norris Boyd, High Industries). [SEE PAGES 73 OF ROY
GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]

On July 6, 1987 in the first conversation with Dr. Al Shulz since 'November of 1986, Stan Caterbone learned that
numerous persons, including Mary Lynn DiPaolo and Jere Sullivan had personally called Dr. Shulz and fabricated
allegations of mental illness in the previous' days. Dr. Al Shulz also accused Stan Caterbone of suffering from "illusions
of grandure", and did not believe any of his extensive business dealings, specifically the "Digital" movie and its related
activities. [SEE PAGES 34 TO PAGES 35 OF ROY GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]
On or about July 30, 1987 Stan Caterbone retained the services of Dr. Marshall Levine, a psychiatrist from Northfield,
NJ, to conduct an objective review of his mental state of mind, soley to discredit the fabricated allegations of mental
illness. Dr. Levine conducted a 2 hour interview at his home in Stone Harbor, NJ and requird Stan Caterbone to
complete the MMPI test. Stan Caterbone also paid Dr. Marshall Levine a $600 fee for the services. After submitting the
MMPI test, and not hearing from Dr. Levine, Stan Caterbone finally called Dr. Levine for the results. Dr. Levine had
disclosed that he had conducted telephone interviews with family members, without the consent or knowledge of Stan
Caterbone, and specifically not adhering to the original agreement of a complete objective and impartial review. Dr.
Levine prescribed Lithium drugs, and would not send any written communications regarding his findings or conclusions.
Stan Caterbone requested for a refund of all monies paid, however Dr. Marshall Levine refused.
[SEE PAGES 39 TO
PAGES 40 OF ROY GRIFFEN'S CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS, DATED DECEMBER 20, 1991]
It should be noted that I have never been convicted of any crime, before or after the above occurences. In fact, I have
never had any altercation with the law before the above incidents, except for a few speeding violations that dated back
to 1982.
Many other incidents described in detail in Roy Griffen's chronology of events of December 20, 1991.
When did the abuse occur?
See above.
List the names of the psychiatrists involved:
Name

Office/Hospital

Dr. Al Schulz

St. Joseph Hospital

Dr. Marshall Levine

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List the names of any other people involved:


Name, Phone (All parties below have supported and or fabricated allegations of insanity, and or
psychiatric treatment)
Michael Hartlett, (717) 898-560-4499
Mary Lynn DiPaolo, (717) 569-0022
Michael DiPaolo, (717) 569-0022
Jere Sullivan, (703) 579-6143
James Warner, (717) 397-9968
Detective Sigler, (717) 569-6401
Robert Kauffman, (717) 569-560-8300
Detective Mathias, (717) 569-6401
Howard Eisler, (717) forthcoming
David Drubner, (203) 753-9292
Yolanda Caterbone, (717) 394-7710
Steven Caterbone, (305) 751-0352
Phillip Caterbone(717) forthcoming
Thomas Caterbone, (717) 299-5194
Robert Beyers, (717) 394-7204
David D. Dering, (717) 392-7840
Allon Lefever, (717) 293-4444
Scott Robertson, (717) 393-8082
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Roda, (717) 394-1160
Linda Murphy Berger, forthcoming
Karen Hickman, (717) forhtcoming
Michelle Hodge Miller, (213) 546-5124
Ronald Roda, (717) 299-5469
Wayne Landis, (717) 843-9227
Art Kerst (717) 392-4797
Evelyn Sullivan, (717) 392-3221
Benjamin Roda, (717) 392-9999
Joseph Roda (717) 397-3791
Amy Hinterlighter, (215) 640-4852
Dan Moyer (717) 295-1200
Jack Mahn (609) 368-1551
Bob Walters forthcoming
Victor Makarowicz (717) 569-8296
Herb Fisher (717) 394-6463
Fred Martin (FBI) (717) 232-8686
Jeff Jamounou (717) 232-8000
Sen. Gib Armstrong forthcoming
Steven Hobday (717) 393-8637
Cristine Housner (717) 293-9293
District Justice Murray Horton forthcoming
District Justice Richard Reeser forthcoming
James Christian forthcoming
Lt. Madenspacher (717) 569-6401
Richard Hobday (717) 393-8637
Tim Hogentogler (717) 569-8057
John Baumgardner forthcoming
Daniel Berger (717) 872-1313
Alan Loss (717) 560-4499
Nancy Arment (717) 872-9355
Omar Landis (717) 859-5466
Peter Peneros (717)295-1200
John M. Wolf II 393-5601
Chuck Smith (717) 569-5341
Peter Wolfson (717) 299-6615, (717) 569-5341
Craig Russell (717) 293-9293
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Rich Braverman (717) 295-1200


Dr. William Umiker (717) 394-9936
William Kogler (404) 951-0600
Claude Pea (404) 951-0600
Thomas Flannery forthcoming
Jay Curtis forthcoming
Mike Kawahara forthcoming
Benjamin Phister forthcoming
Mike Hess (717) 299-7382
Bruce Kline forhtcoming
John DePatto forhtcoming
Michael McDonald forthcoming
Lewis Schweller (609) 645-1111
Michael Orstein forthcoming
Mr. Tottaro, Asst. District Attorney (Lancaster) forthcoming
Marc Finegold (717) 392-7840
Pete Richter (717) 394-0547
Farmers First Bank (717) 394-0547
Jill Carson (Fulton Bank) forthcoming
Norris Boyd (717) 569-0484 Cliff Weaver forthcoming
Ric Fox (717) 774-5244 Detective Bodan,
PA Attorney Generals Office forthcoming
Give the sequence of the abuse in detail from the beginning to end, providing the dates for all
occurrences and the names of the people involved in each occurrence.
See Roy Griffen's Chronology of December 20, 1991, pages 1 to 88.
Date

Occurrence

See Roy Griffen's Chronology of December 20, 1991, pages 1 to 88


List out the specific harms resulting from the psychiatric treatment which you are aware of:
Loss of professional and personal ruputation. Loss of income. Extreme sense of cuation when engaging in interpersonal
relationships. Extreme loss of respect among personal and professional peers. Complete and thourough mistrust for
psychiatric profession. Sense for the inadequate and abuse of psychiatric diagnosis, and familiarity and personal
experience of psychiatric abuse in order to support political, financial, and or personal agendas and gains. Extreme loss
of dignity. Extreme loss of respect. Permanent psychological scares from experience. Extreme mental duress, stress,
and other related anxieties. Complete loss of faith of Psychiatric profession and related supporting systems, including
law enforcement, judicial, and legislative, considering the pleas for help to resolve the criminal conspiracy in the early
stages of July, 1987.
Loss of Patent and intellectual property rights of Financial Management Group, Ltd., and Digital technologies, including
the PSDMS (Power Station Digital Movie Sound).
Loss of Accumulated Business assets worth at least $2,500,000.
Do you have government connections personally or through family members? If so, what?
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-Federal contracts with the National Institute of Standards and Technology for CD-ROM manufacturing. Procurement for
same with the Defesnse Mapping Agency of the Department of Defense. Phillip Caterbone (brother), fellowship with
the National Institute of Health of Bethesda, Maryland (1990-1991). Samuel A. Caterbone (brother), military service,
USAF (1969-1971). Samuel Caterbone, Jr., (father), alleged association with the Central Intellegence Agency, CIA,
(disclosed by Dominic Roda, uncle & Godfather, on November 17, 1991, and by Midge Caterbone, aunt, on November
22, 1991. Both persons acknowledged the time period of 1974 to 1981 where the whereabouts of Sameul Caterbone
Jr. were unknown to all persons, including all family members.
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Do you have family or friends who think you should undergo further psychiatric treatment?
See list. All persons have advocated the use of medication. Reasons were never disclosed. The persons would
especially disclose the belief for psychiatric treatment when I persued legal recourse for activities of 1987.
In all of the events, activities, and incidents described herein, No one, has ever stated any particular event or incident
to support the many allegations of mental illness. Any allegations, the suicide, financial bankruptcy, and others, have
always been proven to be fabricated, and I have always had sufficient evidence that they were fabricated. However,
to this day, I, have never had any opportunity to discuss all related affairs, contained herein, with the exception of the
4 hour meeting on September 29, 1987, with the Pennsylvania Securities Commission. However, after that meeting, I
have not heard from the investigator, Mr. Howard Eisler, or any representative of the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission, until 2 months later, when I recieved a notice to put my complaint into writing.
In addition, during the preliminary hearing of the criminal charges of September 3, 1987, my alleged attorney, Robert
Byers, refused to discuss any of my defenses, including that I was legally never terminated from the FMG, Ltd., Board
of directors, that I was an indiviual leaseholder of the building I allegedly burglarized, that all of the files taken were my
property, as well as others.
How do you feel about what psychiatry did to you?
Ruined my life, my businesses, my opportunity for income, and virtually all relationships encountered prior to 1987.
Loss of all personal assets, including homes, monies, and business accomplishments. It is the single most reason for
the lack of any type of quality of life, which I presently am deprived, which will soon result in becoming homeless.
Have you contemplated taking any action against the psychiatrist or do -you want to take action? If
so, what?
Yes, civil suits to recover financial damages, personal and professional reputation, and punative damages for extreme
emotional and mental duress.
Any other comments or information you would like to provide?
This case is directly involved with a "Cover-Up" (criminal conspiracy) to supress my knowledge and allegations of
misconduct of International Signal & Control (ISC), which I made public in May of 1987, and to ISC executive Larry
Resch on June 23, 1987, during a meeting at my office. I was a shareholder of ISC stock during that time. In addition,
Jere Sullivan and James Warner, both of whom personally fabricated allegations of isanity, were directly involved with
ISC. Jere Sullivan worked for United Chem Con, (Guerin company), and has been a business partner of Mr. Larry
Resch since 1987. James Warner (Lancaster Solid Waste Management Authority) was working with attorny Steve
Spinello, of the law firm of Hartman, Underhill, & Brubaker, on the $50 million incinerator. Steven Spinello was also
negotiating the ISC merger with Ferranti International, of London, during the time inwhcih I made allegations of
misconduct regarding Mr. James Guerin, ISC, and United Chem Con. During this same time, Mr. James Warner made
repeated allegations of insanity, and also officially reported a fabricated allegation of suicide to authorities of the Stone
Harbor Police Department, of New Jeresy. Ferranti and ISC finally merged the following November, of 1987. In
September of 1987, I made allegations of fruad within ISC to Howard Eisler, an investigator with the Pennsyvania
Securities Commission, during a 4 hour meeting in my home, 'that was solicited by the Pennsylvania Securities
Commission.
All allegations of insanity (surfacing in July of 1987 and continuing to present), conveniently discredited all of my
allegaitons of misconduct within ISC, its executives, and its operations, as well as my allegations of criminal conspiracy
and fruad by Robert Kauffman, Michael Hartlett, FMG, Ltd., executives, Commonwealth National Bank, as well as all
other related parties.
In 1989, Ferranti disclosed allegaitons of the "Billion Dollar Fraud" by James Guerin and ISC, by inflating the value of
ISC related contracts.
On October 31, 1991, ISC founder James Guerin, Larry Resch, and 17 others were indicted by a Philadelphia Federal
Grand Jury on charges of a "$ 1.14 Billion Fraud (Ferranti/ISC Merger of November, 1987)" and the illegal sales of
Arms to South Africa and Iraq. Mr. Guerin and Mr. Resch have since pleaded guilty to all charges.

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Thank you for filling out this survey. Please send it to us in the enclosed self addressed envelope.
As per my conversation with your representative on December 16, 1991, I would expect to receive a copy of your
findings, reports, and or conclusion of your investigation, for myself, as well as my legal representatives, and or their
agents.
Audio tapes of authentic recorded conversations of above incidents, forthcoming. In addition, I possess the following
information assets, which, beyond a shadow of a doubt, collaborate, support, and prove all of the preceding:
Paper Documents
Audio Transcripts
Microfiche
VHS Video
CD-ROM
CD Audio
9-Track Tape
CD-ROM/CDTV Demo Discs
Full Color Photographs
News Articles
11,000
Appr. 18 Hours
9,079 Images
50 Hours
150 Megabytes (1 disc)
60 Minutes (1 disc)
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LANCASTER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY


The mission of the Lancaster County Historical Society is to actively collect, preserve,
interpret and make accessible materials representing Lancaster County history.
The JOURNAL is published quarterly by the publications committee of the
Lancaster County Historical Society. Articles, both academic and non-academic,
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The Battleship Maine. Article starts on page 36,


Cover illustration: Members oj the Italian American Club Auxiliary march in the Flag Day
parade. LCHS A-10-01-28. Article starts on page 2.
A Brief History of the Italian-American Community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
James]. Lombardo .................................................................. 2
The Lancastrian Who Went Down with the Maine
Patrick McSherry .................................................................. 36
Lancaster County Communities: Slaymakertown to Sun Flower
John Ward Willson Loose, FLCH5 ............................................... 44

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A Brief History of the Italian-American


Community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
James J. Lombardo

I
Members of Lancaster's Italian American Club Auxiliary march in the Flag Dav parade. LCHS A-W-01-28

JAMES J. LOMBARDO was born in Lancaster in 1943. A second generation Italian-American, Jim's grandparents on both his mother and father's side
immigrated to America from Gasperina. Italy in the period 1910-1915 and experienced Ellis Island. Jim grew up in a typical Italian household and
neighborhood in Lancaster City, attended St. Man's and Lancaster Catholic High Schools and served honorably in the U.S. Air Force. He graduated
Millersville University and recently retired from an executive position with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania having served under seven governors. Jim
and his family visited Italy and Gaspenna and they still communicate with his relatives living there. Jim and his wife Karen have two daughters, Gina
and Andrea.

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The Early Italian Immigrants


In 1791, only eight of the 28,552 people living in Philadelphia had been born in Italy
Fiftynine years later, the number of Italian-bom immigrants was just 172 in all of Pennsylvania.1
By 1900, the census listed 484,207 Italian-born persons throughout the country, 66,655 of
whom were located in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia ranked second, behind New York, of cities
with the largest number of Italian-bom residents. Pittsburgh ranked eighth, and Scranton made
the list at 23rd. The year 1907 was the peak year for Italian immigration into the United
States with 285,732 native-born Italians entering this country. By 1930, 225,979 native-born
Italians were living in Pennsylvania. The reasons for Italian emigration are many and varied.
Economics, poverty, ecological disasters and the dream of a good life led many, especially
those from the Mezzogiorno region (literally, "middle of the day" a term Italians use to refer
to the brutal heat of Southern Italy and Sicily), to America. Most of the immigrants who came
to Pennsylvania between 1880 and 1930 were predominantly male between the ages of
fourteen and forty and most were from Southern Italy.
A visitor to Ellis Island in New York can see what life was like for immigrants, especially during
the first few years of their arrival in the "new world." One dis-play in particular describes the
dream of life in America:
"Well, I came to America because I heard
the streets were paved with gold. When I
got here, I found out three things:
First: The streets were not paved with
gold,
Second: They were not paved at all,
Third: I was expected to pave them!"
Italian immigrants tended to concentrate into the big cities of the Northeast. They arrived
during the time of city building in America and could find work and housing, albeit crowded and
substandard, in the cities. "Little Italys" formed in the cities, and were it not for the strong ties
of family values and culture, many would not have survived the ordeal.
Early Italians
John Palma was the first recorded Italian to reside in Philadelphia. Signore Palma is recorded
as having conducted what is thought to be the first public music concert in America in 1757
Philadelphia.2
Another notable Italian was artist John Casam. In 1850, Signore Casani arrived in
Philadelphia from Venice and among his works is counted the William Penn statue that still
stands on top of City Hall.3
However, the indefatigable Lancaster historian, W U. Hensel, -writing in volume 16 of the Journal
of the Lancaster County Historical Society in 1912, tells of an Italian artist, Luigi Persico, a native of
Naples, who arrived in Lancaster in 1819 where he advertised his profession of portrait-painting. He
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became a friend of James Buchanan who was greatly impressed with Persicos ability and enthusiasm
for learning the English language. After some years in Lancaster, Persico went to New York where his
artistry in sculpture was developed. When the U.S. Capitol in Washington was being ornamented, with
the help of Senator Buchanan, Mr. Persico won the commission to produce sculpture on the tympanum
of the eastern front of the Capitol. He completed the Colum-bus group in 1844.4
Employment and settlement patterns caused many Italian immigrants to abandon the agricultural
life they knew in Italy to take jobs as common laborers and unskilled workers in the new world. Still
others carried their trades with them and began work as tailors, bakers, shoemakers and masons.
Many were forced to move in with relatives and pool resources in order to survive.
As these immigrants managed to make their way in their new country, they sent for relatives and
family to join them. With many Italian immigrants already in Pennsylvania, it is easy to see why so
many more immigrants chose Pennsylvania. In 1897 the author Maude Howe visited the village of
Roccaraso in the Abruzzi province of Southern Italy. Shortly thereafter she wrote: "The women do
practi-cally all of the work of the community; they dig, plough, sow, and reap." The reason, she
learned from the village mayor, was that all the men, approximately 400 stonemasons, migrated to
"Pittsbourgo" for work and a new life in America.5
From that auspicious beginning, the Italian dissemination throughout Pennsylvania has been both
diverse and prolific. Evety region of this great state has recorded Italian names and those Italian
names are often associated with some major contribution to the building of Pennsylvania. Italian
immigrants and their descendants play a role in many a local history and have helped to build a
community through infrastructure and cultural hentage.
1880
Lancaster Experience
Lancaster County is no exception to that claim. The greater Lancaster Census of 1880 lists the first
Italian immigrant families to be identified in Lancaster City and county6 Census documents record an
Italian laborer identified as Pasquella Spmelli arriving in Elizabeth Township in 1876 and Giuseppe
Pompetti and Giuseppe Sereio arriving in 1877, also in Elizabeth Township around the Ephrata area.
In the same census, the Repetto family is the first identified Italian family in the City of Lancaster,
listing 140 Beaver Street as their place of residence. The family at that time consisted of the

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mother who listed her occupation as


housekeeper, two daughters and two
sons with no occupation listed, which
indicates they were small children, and
two
brothers
who
listed
their
occupation as operators of a fruit stand.
Interestingly, there is no mention of a
father. Speculation could be that either
the father was deceased or he returned
to Italy for some unknown reason at
the time the census was taken. This
was not uncommon since the extended
family was most likely still in Italy
The name "Repetto" is not a
common name within the ItalianAmerican community in Lancaster. A
check of the telephone director}7 in
2005 shows no listing

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for anyone with this name.


Spinelli, on the other hand, is a
familiar name in the Lancaster
community and could have roots
to one of the earliest Italian immigrants recorded in Lancaster
County.
It was not until the year 1910
that names familiar in todays
Italian-American
Lancaster
community began to appear.
Families with the familiar names of
Spinello, Lombardo, Vital! and
Yan-none were recorded in both
the city and its surrounding areas
that year. As time went on, more
and more Italian names began to
appear in the greater Lancaster
community until today when the
1990 census revealed 18,471
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try In the 2000 census, that number grew to


22,340 or 4.7 % of the total county
population,7 2,192 of which list residence in
Lancaster City, making up 3.9 % of the city's
population.
The 2000 census lists a total of 15,722,555
citizens claiming Italian ancestry in the United
States, up from 14,057,717 in the 1990
census. New York claims the largest population
of 2,737,146. Pennsylvania lists 1,418,465,
coming in fourth behind New York, New Jersey
and California.

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Origins in Calabria, Italy


Not much is known of the activities of the
new Italian community in Lancaster
between the penod 1880 and 1919.
However, we do know that the majority of
Lancaster's Italian immigrants came from
the region of Southern Italy called Calabria.
This region occupies the "toe" in the
southern-most area of the peninsula,
bounded to the west by the Tyrrhenian
Sea and to the east by the Ionian Sea, and
has beautiful mountain ranges. It faces
the island of Sicily and currently has a

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population of just over two million


people. Calabria has a rich history tracing
back to the Greek colonization. It later
was dominated by a series of foreign conquerors, including the Romans, Byzantines, Normans, Aragonese, Spaniards,
Austnans, and Bourbons, before it was
finally united with all of Italy in the
Risorgimento movement (unification of
Italy) by Garibaldi, who, by the way was
wounded in a fierce battle in the mountainous Calabrian region of Aspromonte.
Many famous people are associated with
or originated in Calabria. The Roman
poet Cicero had a vacation home there,
and more modern-day personalities,
including Rudolfo Guglielmi, better
known as Rudolph Valentino; Frank

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Capra, the famous movie director and


Padre Pio, one of the Catholic Church's
newest saints (June of 2002), all have ties
with this region of the country.
As with all of southern Italy, Calabria had
been traditionally a poor area of Italy and
had lacked industrialization and a network
of modern roads to allow commerce and
prosperity For this reason, during World
War II, when the Fascist Italian
government adopted an imitation of Hitlers
anti-Semitic laws, including the creation of
Italian concentration camps for so-called
enemies of the state, primarily the Italian
Jews, a site for such a camp was chosen in
the rugged and remote area of Southern
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Calabrian city of Cosenza near Tarsia in an


indistinguishable spot called Ferra-monti.
Although the camp is a sad commentary on
Italy and specifically Southern Italy, the two
Southern Italians in charge of Ferramonti
reportedly ran this camp in the most humane
and civil manner, unlike the camps
established in the North, which were harsh
and used as staging areas for deportation into
the notorious camps of Auschwitz and
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ians who built and operated the Ferramonti camp kept the inmates alive and
prevented them from being deported. In
fact, the commandant and his wife would
take the twenty-one inmate children
bom in the camp into the nearest town
for a gelato (ice cream) treat!
Another story goes that toward the end
of the war a German general, convinced
that the Italians were not running the
camp as strict or as harsh as the
Germans,
decided
to
tour
the
Ferramonti camp. Upon his arrival, the
Italian commandant

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deliberately raised a quarantine flag in place


of the Italian flag, and the local priest who
hurried to meet the general at the gate made
up a story about cholera epidemic in the
camp. He invited the general to enter, but his
answer was the general's quick and abrupt
departure.
On September 14, 1943, the British army
liberated the camp, and many of the inmates
from other areas of Europe chose to stay in the
area, where they married local Italians. The
camp is not a subject that the southerners
speak of freely. Although remnants of the
camp still exist, there are no monuments,
markers or indications it ever existed.8
Recently, the Italian Government has
recognized the potential of the southern region
for tourism and commerce, and the area is
beginning to prosper and grow.
Calabrians can be introverted and more
difficult to deal with than other Italians, but
they become open, sincere and generous as
soon as they feel a similar attitude of respect
from others. They are also noted for a
characteristic "testa tosta," meaning "hard
head," because of their stubborn nature.
Because you will not find a Florence, Venice
or Rome in Calabria or other regions of
southern Italy, this region was able to preserve
the culture and history of its ancient times.
Historic remains have been found of a highly
evolved population known as the "Italo." From
Italo, of course, we derive the name Italia, first
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then spread to the rest of the country.9


The Calabrian immigrants to Lancaster
brought much of their history culture,
tradition, cooking and superstition along
with them to their new home. Even today
although no longer concentrated in any one
geographic location of the city or county, the
culture, especially the cooking and
sometimes the superstition, still remain.
One superstition in particular that of the
"malocchio" or evil eyestill exists. Ancient
Italians believed that to counter evil, a
purification ritual was needed so that,
through prayer and blessing, God will take
away the evil eye that has been cast upon
an individual by another who was angry
or envious of their unsuspecting target.
This belief still exists in modem Italy and
among many Italians living in this country
Beginning of Community
The Italian immigrants who began to
populate the Lancaster area were at a disadvantage compared to other, more
established ethnic groups such as the
Germans. Many Germans attended St.
Josephs Church along with the Italians, but
as the German population began to expand
and concentrate in one area of the city they
petitioned the bishop for a parish of their
own. Because Bishop Shanahan was out of
the country attending a Vatican Council in
Rome, the petition was referred to the
Administrator of the Diocese Father Keenan
of St. Marys in Lancaster who agreed to the
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a new parish to serve the German population


in the eastern part of Lancaster. Thus, St.
Anthonys was formed, and seraces were
conducted there in German until the 1880s. It
was not until after World War I that German
was discontinued from the sermons and
eventually from the services altogether.10
Eventually the geographic area around St.
Anthonys again changed ethnicity and the
German population returned to St. Josephs to
populate what became known as "Cabbage
Hill'' while the young Italian community
gravitated toward St. Anthonys.
1906 Tragic Event
Meanwhile, the Italian community in
Lancaster continued to grow. In 1906, an
unfortunate and tragic event, one that has
been lost to history for almost 100 years,
occurred that affected the Italian community
in an adverse way.
At that time, Italian immigrants came to the
Lancaster area to work in the several
industries that were beginning to open and
prosper there. A small contingent of Italian
men who came to work on the railroad,
particularly on the building of the Atglen
and'Enola Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad,
known locally as the "Low Grade" branch,
settled in a shanty close to the Gap area east
of the City of Lancaster. One evening while
they were in their shanty, four other Italians
enroute from Boswell (near Johnstown) to
Philadelphia made a stop at Gap to, as

they said, "collect a debt for another


friend." These visitors, armed with guns,
knives and bats, had supper with their
countrymen early in the evening and left
only to return to the shanty later that night
to collect money from the men.
At the subsequent tnal, -witnesses for the
prosecution stated that the visiting Italians
were bent on robbing the inhabitants of the
shanty, and the defense claimed the debt
collection theory and what resulted was a
matter of self-defense. What follows is an
excerpt from Personal Moments in History,
The Story of St. Anthony of Padua Parish
and its People by Dianne Danz Lee (1996).
"One of the residents, Plato Albanese,
had only fifty cents. In an angry
exchange, two of the robbers insisted on
more money, and Albanese took them
upstairs to his room to show them his
empty purse. There Albanese found a
knife and attacked the other two men. In
the struggle, Albanese was shot and
killed. The four thieves then hurried off to
the nearest town of Parkesburg, where
they were apprehended within the week.
Two of them were badly cut and had
needed medical attention. The men were
taken to Lancaster County Prison to await
a trial for murder. There they met Father
Kaul, since he was chaplain of the
prison."
The four men were tried and sentenced
to death by hanging. At that time,

10

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executions were carried out in the pnson yard,


and, the sheriff often issued passes to people
who wished to observe the event. In this
case, however, Sheriff Ziegler insisted that no
one was to be present but the jury (as required
by law), the prison officials and the chaplains.
The four menGiuseppe Celione, Antonio
Delero, Silverio Rodelli and Stephano Carlui
were Catholic, and none of them spoke
English. Rodelli and Carlui, who had been
downstairs and had not been in on the actual
murder, could not be made to understand why
they had also been condemned to death. Their
attorney, H. Frank Eshelman, worked very
hard to get Pennsylvania Governor
Stuart
to commute their sentences. Until two days
before the execution, the men still retained
hope, but at the last minute, the governor
refused to overturn the judgment of the state
Supreme Court, which had ruled when the
case was originally
The gallows was erected on September
29,1907. The front page of the Lancaster
Intelligencer Journal carried sketches of the four
men along with the headline article about the
event. St. Anthonys Choir sang to the
pnsoners for the last time in the prison
corridor. At 10:08 a.m. on October 3,
execution day, the men were led in a solemn
procession to the gallows. Rodelli was supported
by Father Kaul, pastor of St. Anthonys Church;
Delero followed with Rev. Angelo Caruso of
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Rev. Seraphino Sama of Steelton; and


Carlui was last with Rev. John Melchoir,
assistant to Father Kaul. All of the priests
carried crucifixes for the prisoners, whose
hands were tied behind them. The executions began with the reading of the litany On
the scaffold, the prisoners repeated the act
of contrition for their sins, and the priests
each granted absolution to the pnsoner he
supported. Father Caruso read a
statement in Italian prepared by Delero.
Afterwards, when the men were hanging
from the scaffold. Father Kaul read the
translation, stating that they were
innocent of the charges and that the
shooting was in self-defense.
The men's funerals were held at St.
Anthonys Church, and their bodies were
buned in St. Anthonys cemetery where
they were laid together in one grave, side by
side, horizontal coffins in a vertical
progression. Plain iron crosses in a section
of the cemetery where the majority of the
names on the stones are Italian mark their
graves.
Although they were condemned murderers, their plight stirred the sympathy of
many people in Lancaster at the time,
including the sheriff who refused to issue
passes to the execution, the lawyer who
tned to get the sentence commuted, the
people who signed the petition to take to the
governor, and the parishioners of St.
Anthonys. Led by Father Kaul and Francis X.
Hiemenz, the prison \isitor from the parish,
the choir sang for the men on numerous
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murdering a fellow railroad worker. Romezzo


proclaimed his innocence till the very end
and during the hanging, the rope actually
broke and Romezzo had to be hanged a
second time. This caused many to claim
divine intervention! The fact was the county
did not want to buy a new rope for the last
execution and used an old rope that simply
broke.i:
1919
Attempt to Form Italian Church
who provided the crosses to mark the graves, but
St. Anthony parish is credited with providing a
final home for these confused and repentant men
who had nowhere else to go.

This story certainly depicts a tragic moment in


history for the young Italian community in
Lancaster. Even more tragic, however, is the
depiction in the local newspapers of this account,
which clearly states that the defendants were at a
disadvantage and that the distnct attorney at the
time decided to take the pnsoners from the
county prison to the Gap for a preliminary hearing
at which no counsel was present to represent the
prisoners, who sat through the proceedings "very
nervous and did not seem to know what was
going on. They were unable to speak or
understand
English..."11
Eventually,
an
interpreter was assigned to the case.
Ironically Lancaster's last execution also
involved an Italian. On May 23, 1912, Antonio
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The Italian connection with St. Anthonys


continued to grow after the tragic events of
1906-07. In December 1919, then Bishop
McDevitt organized an Italian Mission church
at St. Anthonys, and the church started
offering Italian language masses. The Rev.
Dr. Torellio Mosca of the Italian Apostolate of
the Archdiocese of New York even arrived to
conduct the mission. This mission resulted in
the formation of two societies at St.
Anthonys: 1) The Italian Holy Name Society
with an initial membership of thirty-three
men and the following officers: President,
Ralph Ciccone; Secretary, Samuel Clerico;
Treasurer, Dominic Voci, and 2) the Blessed
Virgin Mary Sodality with a starting
membership also of thirty-three.13 A choir
was even organized and . placed under the
direction of organist Miss Cecelia Drachbar.14
The basement church of St. Anthonys was
designated as the Italian Mission, and a call
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designated church. Ironically, a non-Italian priest, Father Michael O'Flynn was sent
to minister to the Italian community
Father O'Flynn spoke fluent Italian and
was embraced by the community that he
served until 1922 when the mission was
discontinued. The demise of the mission
church was due to neither neglect nor
apathy Instead, the mission was so successful that the Italian parishioners petitioned the bishop to build their own church
in Lancaster. They even began a
fundraising campaign and raised money to
construct a new church. However, Bishop
McDevitt disapproved of the idea and
denied the plans to form an ethnic church
on the assumption that such a
church would deter the assimilation of the
Kalians into the main community of parish
and society
1921
Santo Innocenzo
At about that same time, another event
occurred that focused on providing care
for the young Italian community in
Lancaster. Immigrants who came to
America in search of a land of opportunity
soon
discovered
that
opportunity
presented itself if they were willing to
work harder than others to overcome an
unfavorable social climate. Lancaster's
Italian immigrants were no exception.
Having a foreign-sounding name that
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Title page from the


Constitution and ByLaws of the Societd di
Mutuo Soccorso Santo
Innocenzo.
sion among native-born Americans. In
1921, a group of Italian immigrants in
Lancaster began to be concerned with the
well being of their families and their
community. At that time in American
history, neither government nor businesses were obligated to provide programs
for the health and welfare of people, and
each individual and family was left to
provide for themselves in times of sickness
and despair. Because the Lancaster Italian
immigrants tended to be very poor, they
often lacked the means to afford care for
an illness. Many did not even have enough
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In 1921, several men in the Italian


immigrant community met to discuss
the prospect of forming a mutual relief
society for the benefit of their own
countrymen. Nicola Celia, Michele
Paparo, Francesco Yemmallo (often
spelled lem-mallo), with assistance from
Raffaele Cic-cone and Domenico Clerico,
decided that some action was needed to
address the needs of their poor
countrymen in their new adopted land.
These discussions eventually led to the
formation of a mutual relief society
titled Societa di Mutuo Soccorso
Santo
Innocenzo
(Mutual Relief
Association of Saint Innocenzo), named
after the patron saint of a
little village in Calabna, Italy, called
Gasperina, from where many of Lancaster's Italian community emigrated.
The Lancaster Italian community
thought if Santo Innocenzo looked after
the people of Gasperina in Italy, why
could he not look out for his people in
their
new
home
of
Lancaster,
Pennsylvania?
On October 22, 1921, the charter of
the Societa di Mutuo Soccorso Santo
Innocenzo was granted at the Lancaster
County Courthouse by the Honorable
Judges Charles I. Landis and A. B. Hassier, attested by Edward C. Shannon,
Pro-thonotary The Charter stated the
purposes of the association were "to
encourage a brotherly social feeling; to
accumulate a fund from dues and
assessments of its members to be
applied for their relief when sick, and to
provide for their burial and that of their
wives after death."15

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The charter further describes the structure, organization and administration of


the new society as well as those individuals
chosen as the first officers and directors.
Highlights of the charter appear below:
1. The corporation will be perpetual
with no capital stock but members
paying into a common fund as
dues and assessments with yearly
income not to exceed $5,000.
2. Membership shall be composed of
subscribers and their associates as
prescribed in the Constitution and
By-Laws.
3. The Board of Directors is com
posed of Officers and Counselors.
4. First year Board is named:

a. President:
Saverio Clerico
b. Vice-President:
Raffaele P Ciccone
c.Treasurer:
Nicola Celia
d. Corresponding Secretary:
Francesco Yemmallo
e. Financial Secretary:
Saverio Voci
f. Vice Secretary:
Michele Paparo
g. Censor:
Giuseppe Catrambone h.
Trustees:
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i. Auditors:
Saverio Madonna
Antonio Giordano
Giuseppe Madonna j. Relief
Committee:
Giovanni Dilaurentis
Domenico Zangan
Domenico Clerico k. Marshal:
Salvatore Rosi 1. Flag
Garners:
Saverio Fulginiti
Vincenzo Catrambone m.
Sergeant-at-Arms:
Giovanni Didalto
n. Counselors: Vito Madonna
Giuseppe Carmine
Domenico Rosi Salvatore Madonna
Francesco Sinopoli Vincenzo
Cangemi Vincenzo Lombardo
Saverio Sinopoli Antonio Lagana
Vincenzo Corradino Giuseppe
Madonna Domenico Roso

of his status as notary he was able to work


through the Lancaster Chamber of
Commerce to provide free meeting space
for the Society in the Woolworth Building in
downtown Lancaster for a period of one
year.16

The charter called for the creation of bylaws


to govern the operation and administration of
the society. A notary named Samuel Clerico,
whose commission expired on March 7,
1925, witnessed the document. The fact that
an Italian was a notary meant that members
of the Italian community were becoming
leaders in their own right and were
assimilating into the American way of life and
the Lancaster community at a rapid pace. Mr.
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The new society began operations with


sixty-five members17 of the Lancaster Italian
community The fact that most of Lancaster's
Italian immigrants came from the same
village, Gaspenna, aided the recruitment
process since the name Santo Innocenzo
was familiar as well as comforting to these
strangers to America. As the years passed,
the society grew, as did the purpose for its
existence. In 1921, the purpose was to
encourage a brotherly social feeling, to
accumulate monies from dues and
assessments of its members for their relief
when sick, and to provide for their burial
and that of their wives after death. In 1934,
the Society began a tradition by offering a
mass of thanksgiving honoring Santo
Innocenzo on his feast day, August 6th.
That afternoon, August 6,1934, fifty-one
new members were initiated into the
society18 By 1935, the bylaws stated the
intent to promote a general welfare and
safeguard an honorable name for the Italian
generation,19 and by the year 1936, a social
fund was established. This fund, which was
mandated to keep a minimum balance of
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to be used for any purpose approved by a


majority vote of the society In future years,
this fund was used to help members purchase
homes and for other uses approved by the
society
By 1941, the purpose of the society was
again expanded to "raise by dues, contnbutions
and donations, enough funds to help and assist
the sick and needy members thereof and, in
case of death, provide for the member's funeral
and that of his wife. "It is the further purpose
of this association to promote general welfare
and to safeguard and elevate the honor of
Italians and their children."20
Membership was composed of anyone bom
in an Italian possession or territory, any Italian
citizen or sons of descendants of Italian
citizens. Applicants for membership were voted
upon by the existing membership using a
system of marbles in a secret vote. Ten black
balls were sufficient to deny membership (thus
the term "black balled" was put to use). If a
person was rejected twice, he could no longer
apply Membership was open to persons from
twelve years of age up to forty-five years of
age who were free of incurable diseases
subject to a medical examination at the
applicants own expense. Admission fees were
set at one dollar for those between twelve and
eighteen years, two dollars for ages nineteen
to thirty and three dollars from thirty-one to
forty-five years of age. Monthly dues were set
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illness commenced, a $50 death benefit if


a wife died and a $100 benefit if a
member died. The Society also continued
the tradition of providing a wreath of
flowers and use of two automobiles at the
funeral of a member.
In 1932, wives and children of members
were permitted entrance into the Society
and in October of 1933 benefits were
increased to $10 per week for ten weeks
and $5 per week for an additional twenty
weeks up to a maximum of $200 for a
two-year period.21 (This was later
extended to a three-year period in
1967.)22 To claim the sick benefit, the
member requesting the benefit had to
present a medical certificate stating the
member could not work. If the member
receiving benefits was seen outside the
house without a permission slip from the
doctor, he would be required to forfeit the
benefit (Remember, doctors made house
calls at that time!).
A surveillance committee, called sanitary
officers, was charged with visiting the sick
member at least once each week and
keeping a record of all payments made to
the sick member and a record of all visits
made. The sanitary officer would then
report the results and any other events
regarding the sick member to the society membership at the next regular meeting.
In the event of a death of a member, a
committee of six members of the society
was designated to attend the funeral in an
automobile representing the society. A
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also sent along with a check of $200 for burial


purposes.
On November 17, 1957, a special meeting
was called by President Antonio Maio to
establish a voluntary hospitaliza-tion plan for
members of the society Members of the
committee were Chair, Joseph Spadea; Vice
Chair, George Celia; Secretary Michael Paparo;
Members: Vincent Catrambone, Nick Celia,
Anthony Giordano, Carl Maio, George Messina,
Antonio Palumbo, Peter Randisi and Domenick
Rose. This committee recommended forming a
hospitalization plan, and on June 15, 1958, by
a vote of seventeen in favor and three
opposed, the
society adopted its hospitalization plan.
The Hospitalization Plan would make
payment of hospital and death benefits to
participants in exchange for additional monthly
dues. Members opting for the Hospitalization
Plan paid three dollars. Membership in this plan
was restricted to members under forty-five
years of age, and the treasurer was instructed
to maintain a minimum of $1,000 in a separate
hospitalization fund. Benefits were set at $10
per day for a total of twenty days in any oneyear period with the hospital day consisting of
twenty-four hours of in-hos-pital stay Anyone
in the hospital less than twenty-four hours was
not eligible. (Interestingly, pregnancy venereal
disease, alcohol or immoral conduct and illness
outside the United States were excluded from
benefits.) A death benefit of $200 was
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dollars and thirty dollars per day hospitalization plans were added, and members
could choose which plan best suited them.
The constitution and by-laws of the
society were all inclusive, even to the
point of specifying specific language for
initiation of new members, installation of
officers, words to speak at funerals and an
agenda for all business meetings.
Besides its charter mission of providing
for the mutual health and welfare of its
members, the society participated in various other community events focused on
the Italian community, including:
In 1971, the society donated a 600-page
volume of The Complete Works of
Michelangelo to the first Italian class
established at J. P McCaskey High
School in Lancaster (through efforts of
Porsia Palumbo who taught the class at
McCaskey).
In 1974, the society donated $300 to the
Italian-American Citizens Club for
renovations of the club facility
In 1980, the society donated $1,000 to
the Italian Relief Fund, a local relief
effort formed by the Lancaster Italian
Community to aid homeless earthquake
victims of Southern Italy
Annual financial support to the American
Cancer Society
The "Lodge," as it later became known,
grew rapidly reaching a high membership
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members by 1971. The schedule of dues


ranged from a low of sixty-five cents to a high
of seven dollars per month with varying sets
of benefits. On October 23, 1971, the Lodge
held its fiftieth year celebration with a formal
program in the Sorrento Room of the
Lancaster Italian American Citizens Club,
335 North Queen Street. The Honorable
Mayor Thomas J. Monaghan was the featured
speaker.
The Lodge continued to operate, and on
November 20,1982 held its sixty-first
anniversary celebration at the Treadway Resort
Inn in Lancaster. Unfortunately this was to be
the last celebration for the Lodge. In April of
that year, a certified letter went out to all
members to attend the next regular meeting
scheduled for May 2nd at 2 p.m. at the Italian
Amencan Citizens Club. The time had come for
the membership to recognize that the society,
which was founded in 1921, was facing
serious problems in attracting and retaining
membership. Indeed, attendance at monthly
meetings had become so low that many
meetings could not proceed due to lack of a
quorum. At the May 2nd meeting, members
would have to decide whether or not to
continue or dissolve the Lodge.
President Joseph Spadea opened the
meeting with the Lord's Prayer and after some
routine business led a discussion on the
future of the Lodge. After the discussion, Mr.
Anthony Guama made a motion to dissolve
the Santo Innocenzo

Society as of December 31, 1982. Of the


fifty-three members present, forty-nine
voted in favor of dissolution, three voted
in favor of continuing, and one member
did not vote. The motion to dissolve was
approved, and the officers were directed
to seek the necessary advice on procedural and legal steps to dissolve and distribute remaining assets among the
membership.:" The society dissolved
with $149,592.71 remaining in its treasury that was evenly distributed to the
remaining membership.
1929
Sons of Italy Lodge Formed
The Order of Sons of Italy in America is
an international organization established
in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York
City on June 22, 1905 by Vin-cenzo
Sellaro, M.D. and five other Italian
immigrants. The goal of this order was
the same as many other Italian organizations formed around the same time in
Amenca: to create a support system for
Italian immigrants for becoming U.S. citizens and to provide health and death
benefits.
This order established free language
schools to teach English and become citizens. As the order grew, it established
orphanages and homes for the elderly, life
insurance, credit unions and other benefit
programs for members. Dunng World War
II, the order supported the U.S. war effort
and especially the American Red Cross. It
even went so far as to urge all

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members to donate one day's salary to the national


defense.
Today the organization has twenty
state chapters, over 700 local lodges
and more than 600,000 members,
making it the largest Italian-American
organization in the United States.
On Apnl 14, 1929, a local lodge of the
order was formed within the Lancaster
Italian Community The new lodge was
assigned the number 1524 and named
Nuova Gallilelo Gallilei. The formal and
complete name was Lancaster, PA Lodge
Number 1524, Nuova Gallileo Gallilei,
Order of Sons of Italy in America.
As can be surmised from the name, the
lodge was formed to honor the famed
Italian astronomer, Gallileo Gallilei who
was bom in Pisa, Tuscany on February
15, 1564. Gallileo was a philosopher,
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associated with the improved development


of the telescope and often referred to as
the "father of modem astronomy"
On Apnl 14, 1929, the New Gallileo
Gallilei lodge held its first meeting at the Red
Mens Hall on East King Street. Eighty persons
were inducted into the order, and more than
400 people, including representatives from
Philadelphia and Harris-burg, attended the
affair. Messages of congratulations were read
from officers of the order in New York and
other metropolitan cities. The event was
highlighted with an orchestra composed
entirely of Italian boys and men.25
Not much is known of the history of the
local lodge #1524 because many of the
records and members are lost to history. At
its height, the lodge was very active and
participated in the many social and cultural
events of Lancaster, includ-

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Members of the Italian-American Citizens Club, 1938-39. We were unable to identify everyone. We do know
first row, from left to light: Victor Rose, Sam Paone and Dominic Curcw. Second row, from left to right:
(unidentified), Bruno Tamilian, (unidentified), John Spadea, (unidentified), Nick Celiaand (unidentified).
Back row, from left to right: joe Caterbone, Peter Segro, John Battista Roda, Paul Segro, Attilio Grossi, Albert
DiGiacomo (and three unidentifed men). Photo courtesv ofBot Roda.
ican citizenship, to promote fellowship
among its members and to promote the
general welfare of the people of Italian
extraction. The names and residences of
those chosen as directors of the
corporation for the first year, who are
also subscribers, are as follows: Michael
A. Mastromatteo, Lititz, PA. Pietro
Mastrosimone, Lancaster, PA Domenico
Voci, Lancaster, PA Carmelo Arcudi,
Lancaster, PA. Nicola Celia, Lancaster, PA

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This charter was signed on January 12,


1933 and recorded on January 21, 1933.
Credit and acknowledgement must be
given to Mr. Daniel B. Stnckler, Esq. General
Strickler, as he was commonly known for
his distinguished sendee in World War I.
was a loyal and generous friend of the
Italian Community throughout this penod
and beyond. As the attorney for the new
club, General Strickler was responsible for
drafting the charter and guiding it through
the legal process during 1932-33.

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Addendum to A Brief History of the Italian-American Community in Lancaster,


Pennsylvania

e have a couple of additions to the


article by James J. Lombardo, "A
Brief History of the ItalianAmerican Community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania," published
in our last Journal, volume 109, number 1.

John Casani
In reference to the paragraph on John
Casani on page 3, historical society member
Ken Hoak added to the story: In 1877 Casani
was employed by the sculptor Alexander Milne
Calder in the fabrication of the statue of
William Penn and the other statues that
decorate the Philadelphia City Hall. Casani
was the caster of these statues. See the
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography,
volume 90 (1966), page 453. After Calder
created the statues, it was the task of Casani,
a highly skilled artisan, to render the model
in bronze segments. The statue of William
Penn is thirty-seven feet high, and weighs
more than twenty-one tons. It was raised as
castings to the top of City Hall in 1894.
Calder was the grandfather of Alexander
Stirling

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Calder, the more recent abstract sculptor.


Italian-American Citizens Club
We did our best to identify everyone
pictured in the article, but we went to
press still unable to correctly identify all the
folks in the picture of the Italian-American
Citizens Club on page 21. And, we add, by
way of absolving the author from
responsibility for the missing information,
this was a photo supplied by the Journal
Coming to our aid, Valerie Cifuni wrote to
Jack Loose:
Thanks for the article on the Italian-American
Community in Lancaster By marriage, 1 now
have an Italian surname. I was most surprised
to see a picture of my father-in-law (Bill Cifuni)
and his brother on page 21, but they were
misidentified.
My father-in-law supplied the names of the
unidentified people. I have underlined the
additions/corrections. Also, the picture was from
1948-49, not 1938-39. Had it been in 1938,
my father-in-law would have been 14 years old
and not married. He has

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Members of the Italian-American Citiyns Club, 194819. First row; from left to right: Victor Rose, Sam
Paone and Dominic Curcio. Second row, from left to right: jimmy O'Xeii. Bruno Familiari, Jimmy DiGiacomo.
John Spadea, Xicfe Cifuni. Bill Cifuni and Tony Antondh. Bad; ran; from left to right: Joe Caterlwne. Peter
Segro, John Battista Roda, Paul Segro, Attilio Grossi, Albert DiGiacomo, Jim Haeer, Pete Grossi and Bennv
Roda.
Photo courtesv of Bot Roda.
his wedding ring on in this picture as lie was married in
1919.
I hope that these corrections will be noted in a future
issue.

We've applied the corrections and


additions and underlined them as Valerie
did in her message. Thank you, Ken
Hoak and Valene Cifuni. We're pleased to
have these contributions from our
readers.

Thanhs. Valene Cifuni

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the
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Following the granting of this charter, the


new Italian-American Citizens Club was
graciously provided free meeting space at
the American Legion Post 34 building,
primarily through the efforts of Pietro
Mastrosimoni and most probably through the
good graces of General Stnckler. Post 34
supported the new Italian-American Citizens
Club in many ways but none was as much
appreciated as sharing their quarters for
meetings and other events at no cost to the
new Italian Club. This friendship endured
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American Citizens Club and Amencan Legion


Post 34 in Memorial Day and other patriotic
events in Lancaster.
The relationship with the American Legion
proved to be very beneficial and served the
exact purposes for which the ItalianAmerican Citizens Club was formed. In
1933, the Club teamed with the Legion to
participate in one of the largest patriotic
parades in Lancaster history. From noon
until sundown on Monday October 16,
1933, more than 30,000 people marched in
the name of humanity and patnotism to the
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over 100 different bands through the City


of Lancaster. Proudly carrying flags and
other signs of national patriotism, young
and old alike held their heads high as
they paraded through the streets during
the National Recovery Administration
Prosperity Parade sponsored by Lancaster
City and County. The club's pnncipal
non-Italian advocate, General (then
Lieut. Col.) Daniel Strickler, was the
parade chief marshal and was escorted by
the famed drum corps of the Amencan
Legion.26
The new Italian-American Citizens
Club provided an Italian Division to
march in the parade led by the Parade
Committee Chairman for the Club, Antonio Palumbo.
First Clubhouse Opened
On a Sunday afternoon, May 19,1935,
more than 400 people were on hand
when the Lancaster Italian-American Citizens Club proudly opened the doors to
its first home in the Cooper Building at
1522 (fourth floor) North Queen Street.
Three orchestras provided music and several prominent Lancaster citizens, including Austin McCollough, managing editor of
the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, city
detective Daniel Shaub, and Alderman
Charles Doebler made remarks. Father
Thomas Kane of Saint Marys Church
gave the blessing and brief remarks. Club
president Antonio Palumbo, who gave
the main address, said that the purpose
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better feeling between members of the Italian


community and residents of Lancaster. Mr.
Palumbo also expressed his appreciation of the
large attendance and wished everyone an
enjoyable time with refreshments and dancing.
The room was decorated with American and
Italian flags and streamers, and the orchestras
played through the afternoon and into the
evening.2'
By this time the club had grown in interest
and membership. New officers were President
Antonio Palumbo, Vice President James DeNisio,
Secretary of Correspondence
Francesco
Famillari, Secretary of Finance Nicola Celia, and
Trustees Peter Mastrosimone, Elia Tavaglione,
Michael Amico, Querino DiCola and Nicola
Guarino. Under their careful guidance, the
Italian-American Citizens Club continued to
grow.
Ladies Auxiliary Formed
On May 29, 1935, President Antonio Palumbo
in conjunction with Mrs. Louis Angilone organized
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Italian-American
Citizens Club. The mission of the auxiliary was to
equip and operate the kitchen of the club and
support the club both in social functions and
financially when and if needed. At its height, the
ladies auxiliary had eighty-four members. During
the war, the ladies auxiliary supported the U.S.
Army and in particular Battery A of the 49th
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Hit? Italian-American Clubhouse, 19/6. From left to right: Paul Passaniti Robert
Baldon, James]. Lombardo, James V. Lombardo, Dominic Lombardo
Citizenship School for Immigrants
Created
On May 20,1940, still President Antonio
Palumbo organized a Citizenship School
under the banner of the Club and in
partnership with the Donegal Chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Twenty-seven alienstwenty Italians,
three Russians, two Germans, one
Englishman and one Finnregistered
for that class. Classes were held on
Monday evenings at the Thaddeus
Stevens School on West Chestnut Street
in Lancaster. Mr. Palumbo opened the
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saving, "We cannot serve two countnes and be


loyal to them. Therefore, we ought to serve and
be loyal only to our good America."28 Mrs. Edith
Snyder, regent of the Donegal Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution, also
addressed the students, as did Samuel Clerico
and W Frank Gorrecht who prepared the lessons for the class.
This class was the first of a senes of citizenship classes to occur over the next several
years, all sponsored by the Italian-American
Citizens Club in partnership with the Donegal
Chapter of the Daughters of the American
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ally, the class grew to fifty-five aliens, then to


seventy-two.29
Second Clubhouse Opened
When it became evident that the club
facilities at 152V2 North Queen Street
would be inadequate for the growing
numbers of Italians joining and using the
facilities, the club, under President Antonio
Palumbo (who would go on to be the
longest serving president in the club's
sixty-four-year history) purchased a twostory building of its own at 335 North
Queen Street where the Italian-American
Citizens Club would reside until its
demise in 1999. Dunng its sixty-fouryear history, the club participated in
many events and activities both for the
Italian-American community and the
Lancaster community at large. It was the
scene of wedding receptions, father-son
and mother-daughter breakfasts, Christmas and Easter celebrations, political rallies and was the home of such cultural
staples as the traditional card games of
Briscola, Tresette, Scopa and Diece-Sette
as well as Bocce and the "finger game" of
La Mora. On Sundays, the 300 block of
North Queen Street was filled with the
mouth-watering aromatic sensations of
traditional Italian sauces as the ladies auxiliary prepared spaghetti dinners and
fresh pizza for members and the community-at-large for both dine-in and takeout
orders.
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ities and to provide a modem rental hall, the


Sorrento Room, for any member or non-member
wishing to rent a facility. The club also hosted several
very successful 'Italian Night" celebrations at which
more than 200 people ate, danced and socialized
into the night.
Inl975, the club initiated a newsletter, which came
to be called The Italian Connection after a contest to
name the newsletter resulted in the winner suggested by Linda (Lombardo) Grossman. Ironically,
the prize for naming the newsletter was dinner at
Lombardos Restaurant, which was owned by Lindas
family The Italian Connection continued its quarterly
distribution until 1979 when a new board of officers
discontinued the practice. In 1987, it resurfaced for a
short time and eventually disappeared from the
scene. Various issues of the newsletter in the 1970s
show a very active and participator)7 club that held
events, including:
Blood Bank in concert with
the AFL-CIO
A club-sponsored bowling team A club-sponsored
baseball team A cultural committee Support of
Naturalization Day
Ceremonies in the county Dances Picnics
Excursions to Philadelphia Phillies
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According to Lancaster tradition, the


local Republican Party held an election
eve rally in the Sorrento Room. This
tradition carried on for several years
into the 1970s when the party had a
big enough room at its own
headquarters to accommodate their
faithful.
In 1980, after a major earthquake
struck Southern Italy causing major
death and destruction, the Club
formed a relief effort headed by four
officers and members: James Figari,
James
J.
Lom-bardo,
Patrick
Caterbone
and
Dominic
Russo.
Together, these men raised over
S3,700 to send to the American Red
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Soon however, the club faced the


same plight as many other fraternal
organizations: declining membership,
competition with other organizations,
lack of interested individuals willing to
spend their free time in support of the
club, and older, dedicated members
becoming ill and eventually passing on
with fewer young people willing to
take up the banner and continue.
Assimilation of the young ItalianAmericans meant joining other social
and
popular
community-based
organizations such as the Elks Club,
Rotary Club and the Optimist Club, to
name a few. With family and work
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Italian-Americans had to make a choice


where and how much of their free time
would be spent on social activities. The
Italian Amencan Citizens Club began a
decline in community-based activities
and evolved into just another social club
with a barroom at a time when young
Italian-Americans sought and selected
organizations that gave something back
to the community. Thus, instead of a
growing club as had been the case in the
early days, the Italian Amencan Citizens
Club began to see its facility deteriorate
and, along with it, the mission and cause
for its existence "to encourage good
Amencan citizenship, to promote fellowship among its members and to
promote the general welfare of the people
of Italian extraction."
The result was inevitable, and at a
special meeting on September 20, 1999,
the membership in attendance voted to
disband and dissolve the club. On
October 3, 2000, after the sale of the
building on North Queen Street, a partial
distribution of the clubs assets was
divided
among
the
remaining
membership, which by that time had
dwindled to only seventy-six members.
The balance of funds available for
distnbution was $133,995.84 which,
when divided by the seventy-six members, came to an individual member
receipt of $1,763.10. On September 19,
2002, Articles of Dissolution were filed
with the Pennsylvania Department of
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The statue of Christopher Columbus in


Lenox Lane.
given in a final distnbution to the same seventysix members (approximately $200 each), and
the Italian Amencan Citizens Club passed into
history
Statue of Christopher Columbus
In 1971, the three Italian organizations
Lancaster petitioned the City of Lancaster
consider the placement of a statue
Christopher Columbus in the city preferably
the new Lancaster Square.

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A bocce game behind the Italian American Club on North Queen Street.
Left to right: Joe Fulgmiti, Frank DiMsio, Antonio Maio, Antonino Palumbo,
Domimco Pugliese and Pete Randisi. Photo courtesv of Greg Pugliese.
Knights of Columbus were present, A
few protesters representing the Native
American community chanted antiColumbus
slogans
during
the
ceremony,
but
otherwise
the
protesters conducted themselves in a
civil and respectable manner.
At the dedication ceremony,
Antonio Palumbo read the following
statement, the first two sentences
of which are scnpted on the statue
plaque:

"With the discovery of America, people from


all nations came to these shores to live and
prosper. With God's guidance they built the
greatest Republic in the world to stand
forever as a true symbol of democracy. Now
on this historical date October 12, 1992, we
Americans and the world proudly celebrate
the 500th anniversary of the discovery of
America. To honor Christopher Columbus is
to honor America."

The statue, which stimulated other


development of Lennox Lane in the form
of a sitting area and some other private
sector improvements, is now a permanent piece of the Lancaster architecture.
The lonely Columbus is patiently awaiting further development of the lane for
passive pedestrian use and enjoyment.
Bocce Comes to LancasterDuring the
deliberations on the merits of a
Columbus statue, a new idea
emerged. In 1978, at a brief meeting in
the mayors office of Lancaster City Hall,
Mayor Richard M. Scott and James J.
Lombardo discussed the diminishing
prospects of locating a statue of Christopher Columbus in downtown Lancaster.

Recognizing the timing s not right for


placement of a statue of Columbus in
Lancaster, Mayor Scott suggested that
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perseverance and determination of Mr.


Palumbo in his tireless seven-year effort to
bring a piece of Italian culture to his
adopted City of Lancaster. At this meeting,
Mayor Scott, who had many years of
expenence in the cultures of the world
through his career as a military leader,
proposed the creation of Bocce Courts for the
city and furthered the suggestion by
proposing they be named in honor of Mr.
Palumbo. This project would also serve as
further encouragement to Mr. Palumbo to
continue his efforts for a statue of the great
mariner, Christopher Columbus.
Bocce is an ancient game dating back
over 2,000 years to the Roman Empire
when soldiers of the Roman legions were
known to have played the game. Indeed,
bocce can be traced as far back as ancient
Egypt before Rome even existed. The game
has many variations including the English
lawn bowling and the Amencan bowling
alley, but it was the Italians who perfected
the game and kept it alive to this day
The simplicity of the game accounts for its
durability over the centuries. Teams,
consisting of two to four players per team,
play bocce with eight ballsfour red and four
greencalled boccia, and a much smaller ball
called the pallino. If two players are on a
team, each player has two large bocce balls.
If four players on a team, each player has one
boccia. Each player must take turns rolling
the ball toward the pallino, which is the first
ball thrown onto the court. Players are
given points,

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one for each of the balls of the same color


thrown closest to the pallino. The maximum
points a team can score each time are four.
Usually a team wins the match when it scores
sixteen points. Although the game itself is
deceptively simple, it is very difficult for a player
to be consistently on target.
At the mayors request to work with the city
parks department, James Lombardo sought
and received specifications for bocce courts
and after meeting with Mr. Morris Ressel, city
parks director, work was begun on two
temporary courts at Buchanan Park. These
courts were put into play in 1978 and the
Lancaster Bocce League was born. The
temporary courts were constructed with grass
surface playing areas surrounded by a border
of railroad ties to create a rectangular court
sixty feet long by ten feet wide. These courts
served the league until 1986, when the city
parks department built more permanent courts
with clay and sand surfaces. Initially the
league consisted of seven teams of four
players each and up to four alternates. As the
years progressed, the league grew to nine
teams.
In 1979, the courts were officially named
the "Antonio Palumbo Bocce Courts" in
recognition of the civic and cultural
contributions of Mr. Palumbo. Indeed, Mr.
Palumbo actively played the game as a member
of Team Reggio until he was ninety-four years
old. (At this writing, another player on Team
Reggio, Armondo Roda, is ninety years
old).

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The Antonio Palumbo
Courts in Eucltannn

Today the name plaque honoring


Palumbo still exists and is located at
the head of the courts in Buchanan
Park. The plaque, which mentions
the courts and Mr. Palumbo s name,
also provides the initial slate of
officers for the Lancaster Bocce
League,
which,
interestingly
enough were first selected by a flip of
the com. Elections have occurred
ever since. The original officers were:
Robert Baldori, James J. Lombardo,
James V Lombardo and Patrick
Caterbone.
In 2002 and 2003, the courts
were upgraded and are still being
used
on
Monday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings
by the nine teams comprising the
Lancaster Bocce League. Were it not
for the efforts of the leagues
longstanding secretary Sam Mecum,
a prominent Lancaster attorney
the

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Hocce
Park.

leagues longevity would have been


jeopardized. Although a non-Italian,
Mecun: grasped
the
game
and
volunteered his time to maintain
rosters, schedules anc standings for
twenty years, and it is a tribute to him
and longstanding treasurer Patrick
Caterbone that the league is still
thriving in 2005.
As a testament to the popularity of the
sport, in 2005 two new courts were
constructed at Amos Herr Park in East
Hempfield Township, Landisville, thanks
to the efforts of James J. Lombardo, a
$1,000 donation from the Lancaster
Italian Cultural Society and the
technical advice of Mr. Charles Crimti,
a local builder, businessman and bocce
player. In addition, several other parks,
senior residences and an active overfifty-five adult community boast bocce
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their planning. Indeed, several senior residences have sought technical advice from
the Lancaster Bocce League and were aided
through the efforts of Mr. Criniti.

It is a tribute not only to the game of


bocce, but to the cultural influence of the
Italian community that the Lancaster
Bocce League has existed and thrived for
almost thirty years with no sign of
stopping!

Mr.
Michael
Mastromatteo,
another
member of the bocce league, donated a set
of bocce balls to the township for use by any
citizen.

Conclusion
In 1998, when the first public notice was
given that the Lancaster Italian American
Citizens Club was being dissolved, a letter to
the editor by a Mr. Al Rossi (who moved into
Lancaster from New York) prompted
members of the Lancaster Italian American
Community to attend a meeting to discuss
the creation of an organization dedicated to
the Italian culture. Several members of the
Italian-American community responded
and attended the meeting, from which the
foundation for the Lancaster Italian Cultural
Society was laid.

The history of the Lancaster Bocce League


began in 1978, and the participants and
teams over the years reflect the diverse
culture of the Italian and American
communities in Lancaster. A true
family sport, teams consist of men and
women ranging from age sixteen to ninetyfour. Selected team names over the years
included the following:
Gasperina Raiders Risorgimento Champigne
Napolitan Four Rolling Rigatoni Scostomati
City Hall Roses Non-Italian Stallions Buchanan
Avenue Hi Bocce Cugini Bocce Babes
Marchigiani Calabrese Knights of Columbus
Accola Ipoliti Rolling Stones

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The society was formed with several


goals in mind:
To promote the Italian culture and heritage
To be aware of the Italian contributions to
America and the world
To sponsor Italian cultural activities
To achieve a broader understanding of
Italian values and heritage
To foster pnde among Italian Americans
based in their heritage
As of 2005, the Lancaster Italian Cultural
Society counted more than 300 members,
a remarkable achievement in

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only six years of existence. The society is credited


with various and multiple activities, including:
Trips to Italy Tnps to Italian festivals Cultural
events at the opera Picnics Scholarships to
Italian
students
Awards
for
artistic
accomplishment in the community in the names
of Michelangelo and DaVinci Italian events Italian
language classes A
regular
newsletter
(Osscrvatorc Lancastrians)
Financial support to construct bocce courts in
East Hempfield Township Wine tasting and
sampling events
As the society continues to grow, it will continue
the traditions first established by the "Old Timers"
in the 1920s: "to encourage good American
citizenship, to promote fellowship among its
members and to promote the general welfare of the
people of Italian extraction."

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1900s, have disappeared from the scene. All


were created for the basic same purposes of
providing for the general health and welfare of
the members and to promote the English
language and citizenship in the United States of
America.
Gratitude and appreciation for their
contribution to this work go to:
Mario Gallello for providing the minute book
and other information relating to the Santo
Innocenzo Society
Anita Bomberger for materials relating to the
Sons of Italy Lancaster Lodge 152 kept by her
father and mother Joseph anc Josephine
Battaglia
Persia Palumbo for information on the early
days and her father Antonio
Nick Fulginiti, Greg Pugliese and Bo: Roda for
the loan of photographs
Amy Bobb, Michelle Simmons and Jil. Eurcalino
for their editing assistance
Countless others for information. memories
and discussion.
Apologies to all too numerous to mention.

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Endnotes
1 Richard D. Grifo and Anthony E Noto,
Italian Presence in Pennsylvania
(Pennsylvania Historical Association,
1990).'

Acknowledgements
This work is intended to record the
more significant events in the evolution
of the Italian-American community in
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Many of the
institutions,
organizations
and
affiliations, which were formed to foster
community
among
the
Italian
immigrants in the early

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2 Ibid.
3 Ibid.
4 W U. Hensel. An Italian Artist in Old
Lancaster, Historical Papers and

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Addresses of the Lancaster County


Histoncal Society, 1912, Vol. 16, 67101.

Mutuo Soccorso Santo Innocenzo,


as revised, 1935.
18 Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration,
Societa di Mutuo Soccorso Santo
Innocenzo, 1971.

5 The Italians in Pennsylvania (The


Pennsylvania Historic and Museum
Commission, 1988).

19 Ibid.

6 Federal Census ol 1880, Enumeration


Distnct 152, 21.
7 US Census 2000, Pennsylvania County
and Municipality Table DP-1, Profile of
General Demographic Characteristics:
2000, 2.
8 Paul Paolicelli, Under the Southern Sun,
chapter 5.

20 Constitution and By-Laws, Societa Di


Mutuo Soccorso Santo Innocenzo, as
revised, 1941.
21 Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration,
Societa
di Mutuo Soccorso Santo Innocenzo,
1971.

9 Calabria, Istituto Geografico de


Agostim, 1Q88, 21.

22 Constitution and By-Laws. Societa di


Mutuo Soccorso Santo Innocenzo, as
revised, 1967.

10 Dianne Danz Lee, Personal Moments in


History, The Story- of St. Anthony of
Padua Parish and its People, 1996.

23 Hospitalrzation Plan of Santo


Innocenzo
Mutual Relief Association, 1957.

11 Lancaster Intelligencer, Wednesday Sept


5, 1906.

24 Minute book of the Santo Innocenzo


Society, meeting entry for Sunday,
May
2, 1982, 170.

12 John Ward Willson Loose, The Heritage


of Lancaster, 1980, 126.
13 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, Monday
January 12, 1920
14 Journal of the Lancaster County
Histoncal Society, Vol. 74, No. 4, 249.
15 Charter of the Societa di Mutuo
Soccorso Santo Innocenzo, October 22,
1921.
16 Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, Societa
di Mutuo Soccorso Santo Innocenzo,
1971.
17 Constitution and Bv-Laws, Societa Di

25 Lancaster Intelligencer journal, April


16,
1929.
26 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
October
17, 1933.
27 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, May
20,
1935.
28 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, May
20,
1940.
29 Antonio Palumbo, A Journey
From
Immigrant To US Citizen.

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