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          October 22, 2022

Dr. Duane Thresher v. Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, Judge David J. Novak, Case 3:20-cv-00307 — A case about disgraced Virginia Governor Ralph Northam violating, with his unconstitutional Coronavirus Executive Orders, plaintiff Dr. Duane Thresher's First Amendment right to peaceably assemble. See Hackers Own The Federal Legal System.

Dr. Thresher v. MIT Lawyer Baletsa — A national security case where the defendant, leftist MIT lawyer Jason Baletsa, hacked email accounts of major defense contractor MIT, including that of plaintiff Dr. Duane Thresher. Related to MIT Lawyers v. Dr. Thresher and Dr. Thresher v. MIT President Reif et MIT Lawyers.

Dr. Thresher v. MIT President Reif et MIT Lawyers — A case about defendant MIT President Rafael Reif and MIT lawyers, including Jason Baletsa, covering up, as shown by plaintiff Dr. Duane Thresher, Reif's involvement in corruptly taking money from convicted child sex offender and trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Related to MIT Lawyers v. Dr. Thresher and Dr. Thresher v. MIT Lawyer Baletsa.

Dr. Thresher v. Columbia President Bollinger et Columbia Lawyers — A case about defendant Columbia University President Lee Bollinger and Columbia lawyers violating plaintiff Dr. Duane Thresher's First Amendment rights (Columbia takes a lot of money from the U.S. Government so is subject to the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights) to free speech and to petition the government for redress of grievances, both via email censorship. See Corruption and Free Speech at Columbia.

Drs. Thresher v. Culpeper County School Officials Lane/Gum/Wilson/Hauman/Brads — A case about Culpeper County Virginia school officials conspiring to try to stop, by violating Code of Virginia § 22.1–254.1 G, the plaintiffs, Dr. Duane Thresher and Dr. Claudia Thresher, from continuing to homeschool their child in September 2020, when everyone was essentially homeschooling. The defendant school officials are: Karie Lane, Director of Elementary Instruction (salary $103,976); Glenda Gum, Instructional Administrative Assistant (salary $50,954); Missy Wilson, Attendance Officer (salary $49,179); Robert Hauman, Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction (salary $117,648); Anthony Brads, Division Superintendent (salary $198,224). See Letter To Culpeper Schools.

Dr. Thresher/US/VA v. Treasurer Kartel/Town of Culpeper — A criminal and civil, federal and state, case about defendant Town of Culpeper Virginia Treasurer Howard Kartel fraudulently billing Culpeper residents (which Kartel is not), including plaintiff Dr. Duane Thresher, for utilities, probably for embezzlement purposes and using for extortion the fact that the Town of Culpeper has declared itself a utility not subject to utilities law, e.g. that it can "disconnect without notice".