Biographical Directory of the Federal Judiciary

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Bernan Press, 2001 - Courts

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The way Ms. Anne C. Conway was elevated from the law firm of Carlton Field to the District Court and her subsequent promotion as the Chief Judge of the Middle District of Florida and her transfer to the US Govt's Surveillance Court to D.C. are shrouded in serious mystery. While working as a private counsel she had contacted the trial judge John A. Reed Jr. at least 3 times to dissuade the judge from conducting a trial in my civil case against AT&T and Michigan Bell in case No.82-200-Orl. Civ.R assigned to Judge Reed, who had earlier denied the defendants' motion to dismiss and the court had proposed to conduct a bifurcated trial under Rule 42(b) based on the case-law of Alexander v. Gardner Denver. The defendants could not prove their burden in 38 years and used every tactic to literally buy the judges. Ms. Conway the first one who went to see the judge in private at her home, his home and at other undisclosed places in Atlanta. When the Judge contacted this pro se, non-attorney litigant after his counsel Cyriac D. Kappil was murdered and based on the tape recorded admission of judge John A. Reed, I notified the FBI and former Chief Justice Warren Burger and thereafter Judge Reed Jr. abruptly recused and resigned from the Bench. Ms. Conway soon thereafter was appointed as a District Judge possibly without any clearance from the FBI or with a fake clearance and the political game was secretly moved to Terrell William Hodges of Tampa to continue. Those who are interested in what is going on in 38 years since then to date must watch my various documentaries in you-tube under "DAVID VS AT&T Part 7-13" to understand the political gimmicks. That case is currently referred to the US Congress as the Clerk of the Court refused to accept a petition submitted pursuant to the Supreme Court's Orders in case No.16-9624 


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