Letters to US Marshals

From the very beginning of the case, the United States Government showed that they did not want to hold Cory Booker accountable. Even for a Federal offense. Below are two letters I wrote on ((INSERT DATE)): one to request that the US Marshal Service do their jobs in serving the summons to then-Mayor Booker, and  other letter thanking them when they finally did – the very same day, you’ll note!

Marshal Letter #1

Everett Adam Jackson

((Address))

Newark, NJ 07106

 

March 12, 2011 A.D.

Operations Supervisor

U.S. Marshals Service

Martin Luther King Courthouse

50 Walnut Street, Room 2009

Newark, NJ 07102

 

Dear Operations Supervisor:

 

I am the Plaintiff in Jackson vs. Booker, docket #10-5371. I am writing to remind you that all defendants have not been served in the case, and that I want to know why. I am especially curious about why the main defendant, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, has not been served when the mayor’s office is only two short blocks away from the marshal’s office.

I have not received any reason for a delay in carrying out the summonses, which I authorized on November 30, 2010 A.D. I did get notice that the summonses had been picked up by U.S. Marshals in mid-January – two months ago. I haven’t heard anything else about progress or a lack thereof in serving them. Currently it’s just me against the media giants while the remaining defendants rest in the shadows.

This lack of service threatens to jeopardize my strong and legitimate case against a group that has violated a work I labored years to create, publish, and distribute. I want to receive immediate written notice detailing the operations to serve all defendants thus far.

The splendid office of the U.S. Marshals at the MLK courthouse has a handsome poster of the movie with Tommie Lee Jones and Wesley Snipes. We know the defendants are not avoiding service by the same drastic evasive techniques portrayed in the film, so why haven’t they been properly summoned? Thanks for letting me know that all of the defendants in Jackson vs. Booker have been served or explaining why they haven’t been, right away.

 

Respectfully,

 

 

Everett Adam Jackson

 

Cc:

Judge Jose L. Linares

Magistrate Judge Claire C. Cecchi

Marshal Letter #2

Everett Adam Jackson

((Address))

Newark, NJ 07106

 

March 12, 2011 A.D.

Operations Supervisor

U.S. Marshals Service

Martin Luther King Courthouse

50 Walnut Street, Room 2009

Newark, NJ 07102

 

Dear Operations Supervisor:

 

I am the Plaintiff in Jackson vs. Booker, docket #10-5371. I am writing to applaud the U.S. Marshals’ part in notifying the defendants about the case.

Thanks to the operation of your department I can now can seek justice for the infringement of my copyright with all of the accused on board.

The U.S. Marshals office at the MLK courthouse has a poster of the movie starring Tommie Lee Jones and Wesley Snipes. In the movie, the U.S. Marshals handle their business to win the day. I appreciate that being the case here. Now I can handle mine.

 

Respectfully,

 

 

Everett Adam Jackson

 

Cc:

Judge Jose L. Linares

Magistrate Judge Claire C. Cecchi