Thompson v. The Florida Bar

Filing 262

NOTICE by John B. Thompson re 259 Amended Order (Availability for Hearing to Prove Allegations Whose Truth the Court Says It Does Not Know (Thompson, John)

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Thompson v. The Florida Bar Doc. 262 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff, v. THE FLORIDA BAR and DAVA J. TUNIS, Defendants. PLAINTIFF'S NOTICE TO THE COURT COMES NOW plaintiff, John B. Thompson, hereinafter Thompson, as an attorney on his own behalf, and hereby provides notice to the court, as follows: The court has expressed its concern in its show cause order of September 24, 2007, that "children" not be exposed to "obscenity." Great. Plaintiff hereby provides notice to the court that he is available all day every day, until November 26 ,2007, to proceed to the federal courthouse and provide testimony to the court to enable it to ascertain whether allegations about Mr. Kent's "obscenity" trafficking "are true or not," as the court in its latest order of October 22 indicated. If this court is really concerned about "children," then it has no choice, with all respect, but to ascertain the truth or falsity of what Thompson has alleged. This court's order of October 22 questions, it appears, Thompson's veracity on this, which is remarkable in that whether what Thompson has alleged is "true or not" can be corroborated by third party sources. Case No. 07-21256 (Judge Adalberto Jordan) 1 If the court fails to bring Thompson to court to prove what he knows to be true and can corroborate, then the court is left with its uninformed, discriminatory bias against Thompson's faith-based activism, so thoroughly evident in The Florida Bar's actions. I HEREBY CERTIFY that this has been served upon record counsel this 23rd day of October, 2007, electronically. /s/ JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff Attorney, Florida Bar #231665 1172 South Dixie Hwy., Suite 111 Coral Gables, Florida 33146 Phone: 305-666-4366 2

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