Riches v. McVeigh et al
Plaintiff sued Timothy James McVeigh and Terry Lynn Nichols for blowing up his life. He alleged that defendants had a responsibility and duty to notify him how the Department of Justice worked. Had they warned him about the injustice, he would not be in prison nor would he be writing celebrity lawsuits against Americans who pay federal tax money to support his illegal incarceration. Plaintiff blamed defendants for metal detectors at courthouses, limits on the amount of fertilizer that American farmers can purchase, as well as higher sentencing guidelines. He further moved for GPS drone fighting forces to guard McVeigh's grave in case he re-rises like the Messiah and plays games with him like Patrick Swayze did to Demi Moore in Ghost.
||Jonathan Lee Riches
||Timothy James McVeigh and Terry Lynn Nichols
||October 1, 2007
||US District Court for the District of Colorado
||XX US, Outside State
||Boyd N. Boland
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 23, 2010
ORDER to Cure Deficiency. Plaintiff has 30 days to either pay filing fee or to file 1915 motion, re 6 Notice of Appeal by Judge Philip A. Brimmer for Senior Judge Zita Leeson Weinshienk on 8/23/10. (gmssl, )
|October 1, 2007
Prisoner COMPLAINT against Timothy James McVeigh, Terry Lynn Nichols, filed by Jonathan Lee Riches.(llr, )
|September 24, 2007
Application (MOTION) to Proceed Without Prepayment of Fees and Affidavit by Plaintiff Jonathan Lee Riches. (llr, )
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