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I found this statement in exhibit “C”

According to exhibit "C", "[a]fter your photo and fingerprints are
taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can begin
the program."

This is the corrected filing

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


MARCUS WAYNE ROBERTS, Plaintiff

v.

JANET NAPOLITANO, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY, in her official
capacity,
UNITED STATES DEPARTEMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Defendants.

WRIT OF MANDAMUS

1. Plaintiff is a citizen of the United States of America and
Ambassador (or former Ambassador) of the Federation of Saint
Christopher and Nevis. Plaintiff applied for Global Entry, Trusted
Traveler Program, which provide expedited entry privileges to the
United States of America on January 17, 2010 (see Exhibit "A").
Plaintiff paid 100 dollars for this application on January 17, 2010
(see Exhibit "B"). On February 11, 2010, Homeland Security provided
Roberts with a letter inviting Roberts to an interview (see Exhibit
"C"). According to exhibit "C", "[a]fter your photo and fingerprints
are taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can
begin the program." This letter is titled "CONDITIONAL APPROVAL
NOTIFICATION" (see Exhibit "D"). The interview was scheduled on
February 12, 2010 at at the US / Mexican border, at 797 S. Zaragoza,
El Paso, Texas 79907 (see Exhibit "E"). After the interview, Roberts
was denied Global Entry privileges. The officer stated that an arrest
for a class "B" misdemeanor needed to be investigated. Roberts takes
fifth amended to questions about the arrest. Roberts has no criminal
convictions or record in the United States other than minor traffic
tickets. No trial date has been scheduled for the class "B"
misdemeanor. Roberts claims this denial is arbitrary and capricious
violation of his civil rights because he represents or has represented
black people as a white man. (See Roberts v. Clinton, et. al, in the
Western District of Texas 3:10-cv-00050-KC and Roberts v. Rio Grande
Electric Cooperative, Inc., et. al 3:09-cv-00403-PRM). Roberts seeks a
WRIT OF MANDAMUS ordering the Secretary of Homeland Security to ORDER
Global Entry Privileges, and Roberts seeks unspecified punitive and
compensatory damages from the US Department of Homeland Security.



PARITIES
2. Plaintiff, Marcus Wayne Roberts, PRO SE, PO BOX 961029, El Paso,
Texas, 79996
3. Defendant, Secretary of Homeland Security JANET NAPOLITANO, is head
of the US Department of Homeland Security, created after the terrorist
attacks of September 11, 2001. Secretary NAPOLITANO is sued in her
official capacity only due to the short length of time in the
evolution of this dispute. According to http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.
Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
4. Defendant, US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, is a agency of the
federal government responsible for protecting the United States from
future terrorist attacks. The Department seeks to violate the civil
rights of US citizens by using fears of terrorism to deny US citizens
fundamental citizenship documents and travel programs. According to
http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm, The actual location of the
Department of Homeland Security is a national secret, the department
refuses to list the street address of the department of fear of office
bombing terrorists. The mailing address is as follows for the
Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
JURISDICTION

5. This is a civil action over which this Court has jurisdiction under
28 U.S.C. 1331 (federal question. Jurisdiction also comes from 28
U.S.C. 1346(a) (actions against officers of the United States) 28 USC
1361 (WRIT OF MANDAMUS to compel and officer of the United States to
perform a duty owed to the Plaintiff) 28 USC 2201-2202 (Declaratory
Judgment Act) 5 U.S.C. 701 et seq (Administrative Procedure Act- to
compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed) and
5 U.S.C. Section 2412(d) (Equal Access to Justice Act). Jurisdiction
also comes from the fifth and fourteenth amendments of the US
Constitution and the title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

VENUE

6. Venue is proper for the Department of Homeland Security under 28
USC 1391(e) and lies in the District of Columbia. The Secretary of
Homeland Security conduct extensive business in the capital city and
district of the United States. According to http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528


REQUEST FOR PUNATIVE AND COMENSATORY DAMAGES

7. Plaintiff request unspecified punitive and compensatory damages,
including the 350 dollar filing fee, in addition to the WRIT OF
MANDAMUS.

8. Plaintiff believe a JURY TRIAL impossible due to reasons of
national security. No appeals are possible administratively, see
EXHIBIT "F" the proposed form the Plaintiff was given waiving all
rights of appeal to enter the program. Homeland Security does not
allow appeals.

Submitted this 15 day of February, 2010






Marcus Wayne Roberts PO BOX
961029
Plaintiff
El Paso, Texas 79996
PRO SE




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On Feb 14, 11:51*am, NONE wrote:
I found this statement in exhibit “C”

According to exhibit "C", *"[a]fter your photo and fingerprints are
taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can begin
the program."

This is the corrected filing

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

MARCUS WAYNE ROBERTS, Plaintiff

v.

JANET NAPOLITANO, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY, in her official
capacity,
UNITED STATES DEPARTEMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Defendants.

WRIT OF MANDAMUS

1. Plaintiff is a citizen of the United States of America and
Ambassador (or former Ambassador) of the Federation of Saint
Christopher and Nevis. Plaintiff applied for Global Entry, Trusted
Traveler Program, which provide expedited entry privileges to the
United States of America on January 17, 2010 (see Exhibit "A").
Plaintiff paid 100 dollars for this application on January 17, 2010
(see Exhibit "B"). On February 11, 2010, Homeland Security provided
Roberts with a letter inviting Roberts to an interview (see Exhibit
"C"). According to exhibit "C", *"[a]fter your photo and fingerprints
are taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can
begin the program." This letter is titled "CONDITIONAL APPROVAL
NOTIFICATION" (see Exhibit "D"). The interview was scheduled on
February 12, 2010 at *at the US / Mexican border, at 797 S. Zaragoza,
El Paso, Texas 79907 (see Exhibit "E"). After the interview, Roberts
was denied Global Entry privileges. The officer stated that an arrest
for a class "B" misdemeanor needed to be investigated. Roberts takes
fifth amended to questions about the arrest. Roberts has no criminal
convictions or record in the United States other than minor traffic
tickets. No trial date has been scheduled for the class "B"
misdemeanor. Roberts claims this denial is arbitrary and capricious
violation of his civil rights because he represents or has represented
black people as a white man. (See Roberts v. Clinton, et. al, in the
Western District of Texas 3:10-cv-00050-KC and Roberts v. Rio Grande
Electric Cooperative, Inc., et. al 3:09-cv-00403-PRM). Roberts seeks a
WRIT OF MANDAMUS ordering the Secretary of Homeland Security to ORDER
Global Entry Privileges, and Roberts seeks unspecified punitive and
compensatory damages from the US Department of Homeland Security.

PARITIES
2. Plaintiff, Marcus Wayne Roberts, PRO SE, PO BOX 961029, El Paso,
Texas, 79996
3. Defendant, Secretary of Homeland Security JANET NAPOLITANO, is head
of the US Department of Homeland Security, created after the terrorist
attacks of September 11, 2001. Secretary NAPOLITANO is sued in her
official capacity only due to the short length of time in the
evolution of this dispute. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus..shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.
Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
4. Defendant, US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, is a agency of the
federal government responsible for protecting the United States from
future terrorist attacks. The Department seeks to violate the civil
rights of US citizens by using fears of terrorism to deny US citizens
fundamental citizenship documents and travel programs. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm, The actual location of the
Department of Homeland Security is a national secret, the department
refuses to list the street address of the department of fear of office
bombing terrorists. The mailing address is as follows for the
Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
JURISDICTION

5. This is a civil action over which this Court has jurisdiction under
28 U.S.C. 1331 (federal question. Jurisdiction also comes from 28
U.S.C. 1346(a) (actions against officers of the United States) 28 USC
1361 (WRIT OF MANDAMUS to compel and officer of the United States to
perform a duty owed to the Plaintiff) 28 USC 2201-2202 (Declaratory
Judgment Act) 5 U.S.C. 701 et seq (Administrative Procedure Act- to
compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed) and
5 U.S.C. Section 2412(d) (Equal Access to Justice Act). Jurisdiction
also comes from the fifth and fourteenth amendments of the US
Constitution and the title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

VENUE

6. Venue is proper for the Department of Homeland Security under 28
USC 1391(e) and lies in the District of Columbia. The Secretary of
Homeland Security conduct extensive business in the capital city and
district of the United States. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528

REQUEST FOR PUNATIVE AND COMENSATORY DAMAGES

7. Plaintiff request unspecified punitive and compensatory damages,
including the 350 dollar filing fee, in addition to the WRIT OF
MANDAMUS.

8. Plaintiff believe a JURY TRIAL impossible due to reasons of
national security. No appeals are possible administratively, see
EXHIBIT "F" the proposed form the Plaintiff was given waiving all
rights of appeal to enter the program. Homeland Security does not
allow appeals.

Submitted this 15 day of February, 2010

Marcus Wayne Roberts * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *PO BOX
961029
Plaintiff
El Paso, Texas 79996
PRO SE


draft #6

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


MARCUS WAYNE ROBERTS, Plaintiff

v.

JANET NAPOLITANO, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY, in her official
capacity,
UNITED STATES DEPARTEMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Defendants.

WRIT OF MANDAMUS

1. Plaintiff is a citizen of the United States of America and
Ambassador (or former Ambassador) of the Federation of Saint
Christopher and Nevis. Plaintiff applied for Global Entry, Trusted
Traveler Program, which provide expedited entry privileges to the
United States of America on January 17, 2010 (see Exhibit "A").
Plaintiff paid 100 dollars for this application on January 17, 2010
(see Exhibit "B"). On February 11, 2010, Homeland Security provided
Roberts with a letter inviting Roberts to an interview (see Exhibit
"C"). According to exhibit "C", "[a]fter your photo and fingerprints
are taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can
begin the program." Please also view a screenshot "CONDITIONAL
APPROVAL NOTIFICATION" (see Exhibit "D"). The interview was scheduled
on February 12, 2010 at the US / Mexican border, at 797 S. Zaragoza,
El Paso, Texas 79907 (see Exhibit "E"). After the interview, Roberts
was denied Global Entry privileges. The officer stated that an arrest
for a class "B" misdemeanor needed to be investigated. Roberts takes
fifth amended to questions about the arrest. Roberts has no criminal
convictions or record in the United States other than minor traffic
tickets. No trial date has been scheduled for the class "B"
misdemeanor. Roberts claims this denial is arbitrary and capricious
violation of his civil rights because he represents or has represented
black people as a white man. (See Roberts v. Clinton, et. al, in the
Western District of Texas 3:10-cv-00050-KC and Roberts v. Rio Grande
Electric Cooperative, Inc., et. al 3:09-cv-00403-PRM). Roberts seeks a
WRIT OF MANDAMUS ordering the Secretary of Homeland Security to ORDER
Global Entry Privileges, and Roberts seeks unspecified punitive and
compensatory damages from the US Department of Homeland Security.



PARITIES
2. Plaintiff, Marcus Wayne Roberts, PRO SE, PO BOX 961029, El Paso,
Texas, 79996
3. Defendant, Secretary of Homeland Security JANET NAPOLITANO, is head
of the US Department of Homeland Security, created after the terrorist
attacks of September 11, 2001. Secretary NAPOLITANO is sued in her
official capacity only due to the short length of time in the
evolution of this dispute. According to http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.
Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
4. Defendant, US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, is a agency of the
federal government responsible for protecting the United States from
future terrorist attacks. The Department seeks to violate the civil
rights of US citizens by using fears of terrorism to deny US citizens
fundamental citizenship documents and travel programs. According to
http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm, The actual location of the
Department of Homeland Security is a national secret, the department
refuses to list the street address of the department of fear of office
bombing terrorists. The mailing address is as follows for the
Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
JURISDICTION

5. This is a civil action over which this Court has jurisdiction under
28 U.S.C. 1331 (federal question. Jurisdiction also comes from 28
U.S.C. 1346(a) (actions against officers of the United States) 28 USC
1361 (WRIT OF MANDAMUS to compel and officer of the United States to
perform a duty owed to the Plaintiff) 28 USC 2201-2202 (Declaratory
Judgment Act) 5 U.S.C. 701 et seq (Administrative Procedure Act- to
compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed) and
5 U.S.C. Section 2412(d) (Equal Access to Justice Act). Jurisdiction
also comes from the fifth and fourteenth amendments of the US
Constitution and the title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

VENUE

6. Venue is proper for the Department of Homeland Security under 28
USC 1391(e) and lies in the District of Columbia. The Secretary of
Homeland Security conduct extensive business in the capital city and
district of the United States. According to http://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528


REQUEST FOR PUNATIVE AND COMENSATORY DAMAGES

7. Plaintiff request unspecified punitive and compensatory damages,
including the 350 dollar filing fee, in addition to the WRIT OF
MANDAMUS.

8. Plaintiff believe a JURY TRIAL impossible due to reasons of
national security. No appeals are possible administratively, see
EXHIBIT "F" the proposed form the Plaintiff was given waiving all
rights of appeal to enter the program. Homeland Security does not
allow appeals.

Submitted this 15 day of February, 2010






Marcus Wayne Roberts PO BOX
961029
Plaintiff
El Paso, Texas 79996
PRO SE




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On Feb 14, 11:55*am, NONE wrote:
On Feb 14, 11:51*am, NONE wrote:





I found this statement in exhibit “C”


According to exhibit "C", *"[a]fter your photo and fingerprints are
taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can begin
the program."


This is the corrected filing


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


MARCUS WAYNE ROBERTS, Plaintiff


v.


JANET NAPOLITANO, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY, in her official
capacity,
UNITED STATES DEPARTEMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Defendants.


WRIT OF MANDAMUS


1. Plaintiff is a citizen of the United States of America and
Ambassador (or former Ambassador) of the Federation of Saint
Christopher and Nevis. Plaintiff applied for Global Entry, Trusted
Traveler Program, which provide expedited entry privileges to the
United States of America on January 17, 2010 (see Exhibit "A").
Plaintiff paid 100 dollars for this application on January 17, 2010
(see Exhibit "B"). On February 11, 2010, Homeland Security provided
Roberts with a letter inviting Roberts to an interview (see Exhibit
"C"). According to exhibit "C", *"[a]fter your photo and fingerprints
are taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can
begin the program." This letter is titled "CONDITIONAL APPROVAL
NOTIFICATION" (see Exhibit "D"). The interview was scheduled on
February 12, 2010 at *at the US / Mexican border, at 797 S. Zaragoza,
El Paso, Texas 79907 (see Exhibit "E"). After the interview, Roberts
was denied Global Entry privileges. The officer stated that an arrest
for a class "B" misdemeanor needed to be investigated. Roberts takes
fifth amended to questions about the arrest. Roberts has no criminal
convictions or record in the United States other than minor traffic
tickets. No trial date has been scheduled for the class "B"
misdemeanor. Roberts claims this denial is arbitrary and capricious
violation of his civil rights because he represents or has represented
black people as a white man. (See Roberts v. Clinton, et. al, in the
Western District of Texas 3:10-cv-00050-KC and Roberts v. Rio Grande
Electric Cooperative, Inc., et. al 3:09-cv-00403-PRM). Roberts seeks a
WRIT OF MANDAMUS ordering the Secretary of Homeland Security to ORDER
Global Entry Privileges, and Roberts seeks unspecified punitive and
compensatory damages from the US Department of Homeland Security.


PARITIES
2. Plaintiff, Marcus Wayne Roberts, PRO SE, PO BOX 961029, El Paso,
Texas, 79996
3. Defendant, Secretary of Homeland Security JANET NAPOLITANO, is head
of the US Department of Homeland Security, created after the terrorist
attacks of September 11, 2001. Secretary NAPOLITANO is sued in her
official capacity only due to the short length of time in the
evolution of this dispute. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.
Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
4. Defendant, US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, is a agency of the
federal government responsible for protecting the United States from
future terrorist attacks. The Department seeks to violate the civil
rights of US citizens by using fears of terrorism to deny US citizens
fundamental citizenship documents and travel programs. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm, The actual location of the
Department of Homeland Security is a national secret, the department
refuses to list the street address of the department of fear of office
bombing terrorists. The mailing address is as follows for the
Secretary.


Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
JURISDICTION


5. This is a civil action over which this Court has jurisdiction under
28 U.S.C. 1331 (federal question. Jurisdiction also comes from 28
U.S.C. 1346(a) (actions against officers of the United States) 28 USC
1361 (WRIT OF MANDAMUS to compel and officer of the United States to
perform a duty owed to the Plaintiff) 28 USC 2201-2202 (Declaratory
Judgment Act) 5 U.S.C. 701 et seq (Administrative Procedure Act- to
compel agency action unlawfully withheld or unreasonably delayed) and
5 U.S.C. Section 2412(d) (Equal Access to Justice Act). Jurisdiction
also comes from the fifth and fourteenth amendments of the US
Constitution and the title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.


VENUE


6. Venue is proper for the Department of Homeland Security under 28
USC 1391(e) and lies in the District of Columbia. The Secretary of
Homeland Security conduct extensive business in the capital city and
district of the United States. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.


Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528


REQUEST FOR PUNATIVE AND COMENSATORY DAMAGES


7. Plaintiff request unspecified punitive and compensatory damages,
including the 350 dollar filing fee, in addition to the WRIT OF
MANDAMUS.


8. Plaintiff believe a JURY TRIAL impossible due to reasons of
national security. No appeals are possible administratively, see
EXHIBIT "F" the proposed form the Plaintiff was given waiving all
rights of appeal to enter the program. Homeland Security does not
allow appeals.


Submitted this 15 day of February, 2010


Marcus Wayne Roberts * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *PO BOX
961029
Plaintiff
El Paso, Texas 79996
PRO SE


draft #6

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

MARCUS WAYNE ROBERTS, Plaintiff

v.

JANET NAPOLITANO, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY, in her official
capacity,
UNITED STATES DEPARTEMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Defendants.

WRIT OF MANDAMUS

1. Plaintiff is a citizen of the United States of America and
Ambassador (or former Ambassador) of the Federation of Saint
Christopher and Nevis. Plaintiff applied for Global Entry, Trusted
Traveler Program, which provide expedited entry privileges to the
United States of America on January 17, 2010 (see Exhibit "A").
Plaintiff paid 100 dollars for this application on January 17, 2010
(see Exhibit "B"). On February 11, 2010, Homeland Security provided
Roberts with a letter inviting Roberts to an interview (see Exhibit
"C"). According to exhibit "C", *"[a]fter your photo and fingerprints
are taken, you will be approved for Global Entry immediately and can
begin the program." Please also view a screenshot "CONDITIONAL
APPROVAL NOTIFICATION" (see Exhibit "D"). The interview was scheduled
on February 12, 2010 at the US / Mexican border, at 797 S. Zaragoza,
El Paso, Texas 79907 (see Exhibit "E"). After the interview, Roberts
was denied Global Entry privileges. The officer stated that an arrest
for a class "B" misdemeanor needed to be investigated. Roberts takes
fifth amended to questions about the arrest. Roberts has no criminal
convictions or record in the United States other than minor traffic
tickets. No trial date has been scheduled for the class "B"
misdemeanor. Roberts claims this denial is arbitrary and capricious
violation of his civil rights because he represents or has represented
black people as a white man. (See Roberts v. Clinton, et. al, in the
Western District of Texas 3:10-cv-00050-KC and Roberts v. Rio Grande
Electric Cooperative, Inc., et. al 3:09-cv-00403-PRM). Roberts seeks a
WRIT OF MANDAMUS ordering the Secretary of Homeland Security to ORDER
Global Entry Privileges, and Roberts seeks unspecified punitive and
compensatory damages from the US Department of Homeland Security.

PARITIES
2. Plaintiff, Marcus Wayne Roberts, PRO SE, PO BOX 961029, El Paso,
Texas, 79996
3. Defendant, Secretary of Homeland Security JANET NAPOLITANO, is head
of the US Department of Homeland Security, created after the terrorist
attacks of September 11, 2001. Secretary NAPOLITANO is sued in her
official capacity only due to the short length of time in the
evolution of this dispute. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus..shtm,
The actual location of the Department of Homeland Security is a
national secret, the department refuses to list the street address of
the department of fear of office bombing terrorists. The mailing
address is as follows for the Secretary.
Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
4. Defendant, US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, is a agency of the
federal government responsible for protecting the United States from
future terrorist attacks. The Department seeks to violate the civil
rights of US citizens by using fears of terrorism to deny US citizens
fundamental citizenship documents and travel programs. According tohttp://www.dhs.gov/xutil/contactus.shtm, The actual location of the
Department of Homeland Security is a national secret, the department
refuses to list the street address of the department of fear of office
bombing terrorists. The mailing address is as follows for the
Secretary.

Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
JURISDICTION

5. This is a civil action over which this Court has jurisdiction under
28 U.S.C. 1331 (federal question. Jurisdiction also comes from 28
U.S.C. 1346(a) (actions against officers of the United States) 28 USC
1361 (WRIT OF MANDAMUS to compel and officer of the United States to
perform a duty owed to the Plaintiff) 28 USC ...

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Marcus Roberts
PO BOX 961029
El Paso, Texas 7996



Clerk's Office
United States District Court
for the District of Columbia
333 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001

February 15, 2010

Dear Sir:

Please file the following lawsuit. I have enclosed a 350 dollar money
order.

Please file the following five lawsuits and five summons and return
the lawsuits to me.

I have enclosed six copies and one original lawsuit, to total seven
lawsuits.


Sincerely,


Marcus Roberts
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