Flournoy, Michael v. Winnebago County Sheriff's Office et al
Transmission of Notice of Appeal, Docket Sheet and Judgment to Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals re 20 Notice of Appeal. (Attachments: # 1 Order, # 2 Judgment, # 3 Order, 3/27/15, # 4 Docket sheet) (jef),(ps)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
Mr. Flournoy, Michael E.,
WINNEBAGO COUNTY; WINNEBAGO COUNTY SHERIFF'S POLICE/OFFICE;
ROBERT BOB BAUDELIO JUANEZ; LARRY MARINO; DANIEL FREEDLUND;
PETER DALPRA; JOSEPH BOOMER; BRAD KISER; DOMINIC IASPARRO;
NICK CUNNINGHAM; JULIE DODD; NEAL C. GRUHN; WAYNE JACKOWSKI;
CRAIG SMITH; ADAM KING; JOHN D. RICHARDSON; DAN IVANCICH,
NOTICE OF APPEALS
Notice is hereby given that Plaintiff, Mr.Flournoy,
Michael E., Pro-se, hereby appeal to the United States Court
of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit from the finial
order/judgment dismissing his suit, entered in this action on
the 27th day of March, 2015.
1. The order appealed is a final and appealable order
and provides that Plaintiff be denied his statutory right to
be afforded Full Faith and Credit to the State of Illinois
Court Order and meaning. The District Court further, without
authority or jurisdiction to do so, rejected and changed the
meaning of the relevant Illinois statute(s), from which the
Plaintiff complained of in reaching its factually and legally
2. This appeal is made to the United States Court of
Appeals for the Seventh Circuit from the finial order entered
by this WESTERN DISTRICT COURT OF WISCONSIN, District Judge
James D.Peterson presiding.
3. Plaintiff respectfully request to be appointed
legal counsel for this appeal.
Plaintiff has been denied~S constitutional First
Amendment right to petition the Court and GRIEVANCE, by and
through the courts refusal to adhear to the Superior Courts
instruction for determining the preclusive effect of
judgements in this circuit. The court has been called over and
again to abandoned its practice of changing the meaning of
Illinois statutory meaning of its order.
While making note of Plaintiffs reliance on "Illinois
statutes and the Rooker-Feldman doctrine'',
for a controlling
Illinois law matter, this court has used Wisconsin and Indiana
findings, based on their state(s) law to deny statutory relief
to the plaintiff's Illinois suit.
1000, OXFORD, WI.
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