As Above the Law noted, the document — “a legal masterpiece” — really stands on its own. But here’s a bit of background.
According to an order from U.S. District Court Judge Willis B. Hunt Jr., Tamah Jada Clark initially filed a legal complaint against several state agencies, law enforcement departments and individuals pertaining to the arrest and conviction of Jason Joseph Clark, whom Hunt said was her “husband (or possibly boyfriend).”
(“Jason is my HUSBAND, as I have stated, you [expletive],” Clark replied in the expletive-laden notice, by the way.)
Clark claimed in the original complaint that she was a citizen of the “territory” of Florida and not a U.S. citizen, and that the defendants were guilty of wrongful conviction, kidnapping, involuntary servitude and several other serious violations of U.S. law and of international agreements.
Hunt dismissed the case in late March for several reasons, noting that Jason Clark didn’t sign the complaint, that Tamah Clark didn’t have standing to file it on his behalf or on behalf of her son, and that the statute of limitations had passed for a personal injury claim.
Clark thoroughly disagrees in the nine-page notice that sort of self-censors by using carefully placed asterisks. “No, Jason did not sign the complaint – so the [expletive] what?” she writes. “Lol. What a joke you are, old man.”
Later, she writes:
The full filing is below. The obscenity-wary should proceed with extreme caution.