389 Davison Road #4
Lockport, New York 14094-4003
38 Saint David’s Drive
West Seneca, New York 14224
NOTICE OF APPEAL
The purpose of this Appeal is to bring to this Court’s attention the fact that the Respondents listed in this civil action violate the civil rights’ of honorably discharged soldiers who have not committed any crimes on behalf of law enforcement in exchange for money.
Title 18 of the United States Code, Part I, Chapter 13, Section 242
Title 18 of the United States Code, Part I, Chapter 13, Section 373
Title 18 of the United States Code, Part I, Chapter 13, Section 2340A
The Respondents knowingly and willfully violated the Appellant’s civil rights listed above and they use their employees and children to do the same. The Appellant is an honorably discharged soldier who has not committed any crimes, broken no laws, and has never been arrested, let alone convicted in any Court for committing any crime, other than minor traffic violations. The Respondents have violated the Appellant’s civil rights listed above, in addition to slandering him and defaming him.
When questioned about this by the Appellant in front of Lockport Town Judge Leonard Tilney Jr., Respondent Angiolina Passucci LIED to the Judge, as a simple investigation will show. Appellant took possession of Respondent’s property, 6594 Dysinger Road #17, Lockport, New York on June 28th, 2001, and remained there until January 22, 2004. Appellant was wondering if the Court could tell him why the Respondent, Emilio Passucci, was in his workplace, namely, Trans-Electric of 18115 Sherwood Drive, Detroit, Michigan (313) 369-4354, in 1999? Also, Appellant was wondering if Emilio could explain to this Court why he went out of his way to drop a large heavy electric motor onto his foot, not once, but two or three times?
Appellant would like to place Respondent’s employee Lou Morrelli in front of a Judge and ask him if he’s ever knowingly violated any of the Appellant’s civil rights, slandered him, broken into his dwelling or intentionally damaged his Camaro? The Appellant would also like to place the Respondent’s son in front of a Judge and ask him the same questions in addition to: “Have you ever done anything to the Appellant specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering?” And the Appellant would also like to ask these same questions to the Respondent’s female employee who drives a black Chevy/GMC Suburban with New York plates APM8339, in addition to “Why were you in the Appellant’s workplace in 1989 – Dominoes Pizza, Saint Mathews/Louisville, Kentucky?
I certify that all of the information contained herein is true to the best of my knowledge.
Robert Christopher Kettenburg Pro Se, Appellant
389 Davison Road #4