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6 ER 201(d)(e)(f) & RCW 5.24.010 Mandatory Judicial Notice


FEDERAL WAY MUNICIPAL COURT
7 In and for the STATE OF WASHINGTON
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) Cause No. XXXXXXXXX
9 PLANTIFF )
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Fnu Lnu, )
12 A Natural Person, Man on the Soil, )
Sui Jurist, Defendant )
13 ) Motion for Recusal

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I. MOTION FOR RECUSAL
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16 Washington State is a Nul tiel corporation, and the above-enumerated actions were and are

17 Coram Non Judice. The United States is not a land or a place: ‘It is a corporation, a legal fiction
that existed well before the Revolutionary War.’ [See: Republica v. Sween, 1 Dallas 43 and 28
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U. S. C. 3002 (15)].
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20 The court erred in sustaining the plaintiff's motion to strike the defendant's plea of nul tiel
21 corporation. "A plea denying corporate existence is not regarded as a collateral attack, but as one
which challenges the very existence of the corporation and its capacity to sue or be sued." 19 C.
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J. S. 1017, 1327 (e) (3). "Where a plea of nul tiel corporation is filed in an action by a foreign
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corporation, plaintiff must prove its act of incorporation and operation under its charter." 20 C. J.
24 S. 139, 1911.
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Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 1 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington
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COMES NOW the Defendant, xxxxxxxxx, acting by and through himself, and files this his
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MOTION FOR RECUSSAL of the Court, and advises the court, as will be shown by this
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testimony, by documentary evidences from this case, and by facts to be determined in
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declarations on the record, Defendant alleges, affirms and will show the Court there exist
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relative to the parties to this dispute, the Court, and the case itself undue influences serving to
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prejudice the Court in its ability to give fair and impartial consideration to the defenses and
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evidence to be presented by the Defendant albeit unintended or intentional requiring the Court to
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recuse itself from the case. And Defendant will so move. .
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II Statement of Facts
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Your honor, as I begin I must advise the court we find we have found the [Name of the Court]
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listed on Dunn and Bradstreet as a private commercial corporate or administrative entity
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financially connected to other state and county pseudo government administrative entities, whose
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total Comprehensive Annual Financial Report published by the state [See exhibit ] shows them
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as a whole to be holding in excess of several billion dollars in off budget liquidity for no known
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purpose, under administrative entities of a different styling from their lawful statutory and
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constitutional names.
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PERS [Public Employees Retirement System] with these as well as the judge’s retirement plan
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heavily vested in financial vehicles tied to the banking industry whose repeated losses in this and
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other loans would threaten the County and Court’s investments in these banks, as well as raise
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their ire against judges whose present or future loans they may hold, creating a severely
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prejudicing conflict of interest for this Court because of this obligation can the Court any further
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make fair and impartial consideration of Defendant’s claims and the evidence of Defendant that

Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 2 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington
1 may support them as required by the Court’s own stringent code of ethics as well as federal law

2 against violation of rights. And your honor must recuse yourself from trying to rule impartially

3 on anything else about this case when obviously to do so conflicts with its obligations to these

4 investors in threat to its own interests and we so move for recusal.

6 Further your honor, we now find the loan number for this note as being part of the investment

7 portfolio of FIDELITY PURITAN FUND symbol FPURX, Cusip no. 316345107 As traded

8 as investment securities, which is self authenticating documentation, being from Fidelity

9 Investment’s own official search engine and website for the commercial paper assets its

10 securities are made up of. And I can take the court to it right now on its own computer if you

11 wish, raising even further question and dispute as to who really owns the rights to this loan. And

12 there can rightly be no summary judgment till this is resolved by the gaining of evidence in the

13 matter and can get certified copies shortly as further evidence if needed. Since it is financially

14 obligated to these investors to render the judgment for the plaintiff it has already sold them, the

15 Court as a whole cannot refuse to do so.

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17 If the Court wants me to get certified copies we will submit the report as evidence into the case.

18 But I need to advise the Court, they may not only show financial conflicts of interest to the

19 Court’s dispensing of impartial justice in this case, but likely every similar case that has come

20 before it, as well as will show the true commercial administrative or corporate nature of these

21 [Names of the Court] and STATE and its other financially interconnected state and county

22 pseudo government administrative entities that are NOT an unbiased judicial court or

23 government the voters believe they elected [directly created through the sovereign electors on

24 Washington, the state of the republic,] to protect their rights, which would give me and all

25 prejudicially damaged parties in suits before it grounds not only for vacating these past

Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 3 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington
1 judgments, but for legal action against the Court and other county or state elected officials for

2 fraudulent representation as to the actual jurisdiction and authority of government they are

3 exercising here, [[[[further threatening the Court in holding its office and creating another clear

4 conflict of interest to its self preservation for the Court to hear this case.]]]] and would bring

5 action against all the attorneys of the County who had responsibility to know where they were

6 taking cases when they brought suit against people in these courts. And we believe for these

7 reasons dismissal of this case is in the best interests of the County, the state, the Court and its

8 attorneys and all parties who may be affected and we move for that your honor.

10 It is Appellant’s position that this court is at best a court engaged in the private business of

11 judging. It is well settled in Federal jurisprudence that the salary of a Federal judge may not be

12 diminished during his continuance in office. (Article Three of the Federal Constitution) Also the

13 Federal taxing power does not extend to State judicial officers. Appellant avers that the salary of

14 the judges of this court do have federal taxes withheld from their pay. Appellant alleges that this

15 fact is conclusive that the office these judges occupy is non-judicial, and is a non-governmental

16 function. Appellant denies this court holds any judicial power to execute a sentence, or enforce

17 its rulings.

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19 Secondly, your honor, the representative for the law firm known as Ralph, Crabtree, Fennell, [the

20 attorney] filed their complaint in the name of alleged bank. They are making claim they are the

21 “legal holder of the indebtedness.” And there has been NO Ratification of Commencement in

22 FACT; [FRCP 17 (a) ] the REAL party of interest has NOT been divulged at any time and as

23 such they are coming to equity with UNCLEAN hands. The contractual assignment between the

24 alleged plaintiff and the alleged “Bank” has not been presented, nor do we believe it in fact

25 exists. That the plaintiff has in fact purchased/procured the alleged debt and is acting as a

Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 4 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington
1 “Collection agency” for it’s own interests and bringing fraud upon the court. The Defendants

2 have been left to waste valuable time and use of discovery to chase the rabbit trails created by the

3 inability of Plaintiff’s attorney to know or declare who he is in FACT representing. Counsel

4 provides nothing in their pleadings to establish any alleged holder has any rights in this case to

5 enforce it, only the attorney’s word for it which has not been very accurate so far in this case.

7 -EXPCITE-

8 TITLE 18 - CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE PART I - CRIMES

9 CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS

10 -HEAD- Sec. 4. Misprision of felony

11 -STATUTE-

12 Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United

13 States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other

14 person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not

15 more than three years, or both.

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Conclusion
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18 This court should properly consider the serious ramifications to proceed further as this court is
19 without lawful jurisdiction and dismiss all alleged charges with prejudice.
FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NAUGHT
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Signed at King County this _____ day of May A.D. in the year of our Lord two thousand and
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Fnu Lnu, Auhtorization Representative
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Respectfully submitted.

Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 5 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington
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United States of America )
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County of King )
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I certify that I know, or have satisfactory evidence that Fnu Lnu appeared before me, and said
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party did upon oath acknowledge that he signed this instrument and acknowledged it to be the
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full, true and complete truth to be best of his individual and personal knowledge and belief.
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_____________________________ Dated: ___________________
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Notary Public
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Fnu Lnu
MEMORANDOM FOR RECUSAL 6 of 6 c/o Arlington, Washington