Spreadbury v. Bitterroot Public Library et al
MOTION for Recusal by Plaintiff Michael E. Spreadbury. Motions referred to Jeremiah C. Lynch. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A, # 2 Exhibit B) (APP, )
Michael E. Spreadbury
P.O. Box 416
Hamilton, Mf 59840
Telephone: (406) 363-3877
Pro Se Plaintiff
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
)Cause No: 9: ll-cv-II-64-DWM-JCL
BITTERROOT PUBLIC LIBRARY,
MOTION FOR RECUSAL
CITY OF HAMILTON,
US DISTRICT JUDGE
LEE ENTERPRISES, INC.,
BOONE KARLBERG, PC,
Comes now Spreadbury with prior sworn affidavit, motion, brief in support
recusal ofFederal Jurists Donald W. Malloy, Jeremiah C. Lynch in this case.
Spreadbury moves for recusal of US Judge Malloy, for admitted fmancial conflict,
Magistrate Lynch recusal for known impartiality, conflict 28 USC s. 455 et. seq ..
3Nl request for recusal
Defense counsel opposes this motion.
Spreadbury served on this honorable court Motion for Recusal May 2, 20 II (TR#
17). An affidavit in support was filed with the motion, containing recusal issues
per 28USC§ 455 et. seq. Any Judge ofthe US courts shall disqualify themselves
from any proceeding which his partiality might reasonably be questioned Liljeberg
v. Health Services Acq. Corp. 486 US at 488 (1988).
Spreadbury has matter pending in 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Spreadbury I. US
Magistrate Lynch, has conflict of interest where former clinic attendee and law
student, Angela Wetzsteon attended a University of Montana law clinic directed by
the Honorable Magistrate Lynch. The Angela Wetzsteon issue is a extrajudicial
source as US District Judge Malloy sits on the University ofMontana Board of
Visitors, paid influence which requires recusal per 28 USC§455 bet. seq. US v.
Azhocar 581 F. 2d 735739 (1Jh cir., 1978). Judge Malloy in the aforementioned
admitted to membership in the UM law board of Visitors, his likeness is in Exhibit
B attached. The bias in this case is so evident when fundamental rights such as
peaceful assembly are denied by Malloy, Lynch inter alia Liteky v. US 114 s. Ct.
Angela Wetzsteon's clinic work within the US District Court Missoula Division
did not occur within the course ofthe judicial proceedings, but affects the outcome
3m request for recusal
October 24, 2011
with obvious bias Liteky. With a combination of factors in good cause, Spreadbury
requests recusal of US Magistrate Judge Lynch as Wetzsteon's clinic director US v.
Olander 584 F. 2d 876 (tjh Cir. 1978). With information contained herein,
affidavit of Spreadbury within Motionfor Recusal (TR. # 17) May 4,2011
appearance of actual bias allows recusal Preston v. US 923 F. 2d 731 (t:jh Cir.
1991). Recusal ofUS Magistrate Judge Lynch from aforementioned proper 28
USC§ 455 et. seq.; US Judge Malloy recusal is required by 28USC§ 455 bet. seq.,
paid influence, well established lawful authority cited herein.
Certificate of Compliance
From LR 7( d)(2)(E) US District Court Rules Montana, I certify that this brief
conforms with 14 point font, New Times Roman typeface, is double spaced,
contains 382 words excluding title page, this compliance.
Respectfully submitted this h-day of~.tay, 2011
BY: --~--~~~----~'---------------Michael E. Spreadbury, Pro Se Plaintiff
Exhibit A: Second request for recusal US Magistrate Lynch (3 pg).
Exhibit B: Picture of University ofMontana Board of Visitors, Judge Malloy
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