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Quo Warranto Served Upon Head of Tort Branch in Washington (April 21, '08 Update)

{Please recall (from quo warranto #1) that a quo warranto is one of the six prerogative writs based in common-law (such as habeas corpus, writ-of-mandamus, etc.). Created by King Edward I in 1278 (England), today, it has developed into a person's right to directly challenge an unauthorized action of a governmental official. "By what authority do you do this?" If the official cannot legally dispute allegations of impropriety, then a quo warranto requires that he / she be removed from office by law-enforcement (or other appropriate authority). You may not know about quo warrantos, because this powerful common-law writ is not discussed very much in legal circles. (See more at Wikipedia.)}

Regarding my federal lawsuit and the ensuing quo warranto served upon Phyllis J. Pyles, below, she went overboard when sending me her April 15, '08 illegal letter (directly below) in stating that my May 14, '07 administrative tort claim was denied. For she no longer has jurisdiction in this matter, pursuant to the "perfecting" of that claim w/ an administrative judgment in my favor. Such malfeasance by Ms. Pyles is indicative that governmental officials will continue on that road. So, my resolution for such outright, cold blooded malfeasance is to try to "nip it at the bud" before it can grow.

A certified copy of the quo warranto was sent (served) to Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI, because his office has the authority to remove Ms. Pyles from office, based on my criminal allegations. By my right, Director Mueller is required to remove Ms. Pyles if she does not factually dispute my allegations. (To remove a U.S. District judge, for example, copy of the quo warranto would be "served" upon the Judiciary Committee in Congress.)