Harsh Objection strongly Condemning the Actions of the Attorney Generals Office; Reardon moves to Strike or in the Alternative Grant Me Oral Arguments
Listen and read as Matt Reardon goes throgh this brief motion. Reardon calls supreme court to vent some grievances about it as well right after he gets through reading it.
They actually had the nerve to submit an electronic motion asking for a time extension 4 days AFTER their Appellee’s brief was due. I was rendered incapacitated, locked away for 2.5 weeks in a state hospital. On December 7, 2021 I was taken into custody in front of my family due to someone swearing an affidavit for a mental health writ, which sought Judicial Committment to a State Mental Health facility. The timing couldnt have been more ironic, being that it was only a day before that I found records in circuit court once again altered on my case for the second time in a year and simply wanted to find out how this could have happened. My Freedom and Liberty was completely whisked away less than 3-weeks before Christmas and all of it due to completely sham libelous lies vomited out the mouth and mind of East and Lafayette County Sheriffs Department. East truly overstepped the line this time and abused his power and authority in some of the worst of ways, stooping to a new low that would likely completely destroy public trust and integrity. The crazy thing is the woman that was approached by East and Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department admitted to never meeting me nor witnessing any of these reported things reported by east, and this Individual at Communicare simply took this dumbass at his word in swearing an affidavit. It quickly became apparent that Sheriff East completely exploited the commitment process as a way getting rid of another, or trafficking another through the use of state agencies and/or programs. It certainly felt as if a new form of enslavement had taken root and there was nothing I could do.
In the prior months leading up to this, I had begun to notice a clear and apparent conflict of interest taking place involving gigantic ethics concern with State Attorney General standing down when it came to the complete deprivation of procedural due process rights of a citizen. Then to make matters worse denying that citizen the equal protections of the law and refusing to lift a finger or bat an eye in conducting an investigation into major civil rights and continuing crime committed by one power tripping agency in particular. The reason, I would assume, would be to protect the individual/ individuals that really badly dropped the ball and screwed the pooch. I figure the 2nd reason is to save the State of Mississippi a significant amount of money in damages due to a surefire lawsuit to follow due to intentional acts of insurrection.
In turn more and more obstructionist tactics piled on, causing interference with other ongoing legal matters. So it wouldn’t surprise me if that office actually assisted with involvement in any way and at any point with the involuntary judicial commitment that came December 7, 2021 in order to intentionally hinder and obstruct me on two separate courts quite likely the two particular courts/cases that exposed the county and the state to probably 75%+ of their liability exposure. Maybe just maybe this was an I scratch your back you scratch mine for the state of Mississippi. I just know I have seen some of the most shocking, careless, and obnoxious things happen over the past year at the hands of county and state officials to where not too much truly shocks me anymore… Not like it used to, thats for sure.
In moving for time 4-days AFTER their brief was due, the Attorney General’s office actually openly stated in their motion that they needed extra time due to having other briefs they were needing to attend and respond to. I lost count of how many times the state of MS has given me the biggest f*** you, and this most certainly added to that number. Justice Jim Greenlee actually granted the Attorney Generals request to which I saw both the motion and the order granting AFTER I got out of the State Hospital giving me basically no point or time to rebut it at this point.
I blow my gasket venting about it for period of about 30 minutes time, then I pick up the phone and call the Supreme Court, express my feelings on the matter, and send in this motion harshly objecting anyways. Tension and Stakes begin to rise in the State of Mississippi Judiciary.