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By definition, murder requires the perpetrator to create the conditions for the killing. Burdette's DUI is only one condition of the other conditions created by management in Gov'mt.

MASS SHOOTER UPDATE: Cassidy Was on Gov'mt's Radar, Too

May 26, 2021 San Jose, CA Shooter Samuel Cassidy. While detained in 2016, he told officials of his angry background. He killed 8 at the San Jose railway shooting. (PBS Newshour, May 27, 2021) His suicide is the same MO of the jihad killings in the Middle East, the same as most mass shootings in the U.S. It is critical that the shooter dies to shut down the trail of evidence to Gov'mt operatives. Americans must demand audits of FBI & Dept of Justice transactions, and others.

Convincing people to adopt mail-in voting is one of three tactics used to steal votes.

Freeman Davis' Lien Goes Against Jefferson County Judges

On April 26, 2011, Freeman Davis petitioned the Jefferson County Circuit Court to ratify his lien (#2011-2512594-92) levied against the state of Kentucky for injuries heaped upon him and his mother, Mrs. Florean Wilson. On May 5, 2005, Case Worker, Michelle D. Stevenson, for Cabinet for Health & Family Services (CHFS), physically removed Mrs. Wilson from their home in Louisville without a court order. Later, after the grand jury for the Jefferson Couny Family Court (Case #05-H-450) cleared Davis' of all the bogus charges by Stevenson, CHFS by unlawful order from Judge Angela McCormick refused to return Mrs. Wilson to Davis' de-facto guardianship, and ignored his Power-of-Attorney over his mother. The state then confiscated Mrs. Wilson's car, home and household that were later sold-off.

On Feb. 28, 2007, Davis filed suit against CHFS demanding this matter be corrected (Case #07-CI-2074). Judges McCormickAudra J. Eckerle and Sean Delahanty at various times denied Davis access to the case files in #05-H-450, to prevent him from using the evidence in  #07-CI-2074. Then, Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry refused to adjudicate #07-CI-2074, leaving nine of Davis motions un-adjudicated. Davis was then forced to withdraw, and then he filed administrative Claim #7007 1490 0004 5248 3534 with the Kentucky Board of Claims (2008-BC-0725). See ATTACHMENT #4 below, the offenders / feasors in Davis' claim.

(Later in 2008, after Davis complained of nursing-home care for his mother, Judge McCormick denied him visitation to Mrs. Wilson.)

This is the basis for Davis' lien to be ratified by the Court.

Lien of Freeman Davis