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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

June 15, 2016


Edward M. Marsico, Jr. District Attorney
Stephen McLendon, Deputy District Attorney
Office of the District Attorney
Dauphin County
101 Market Street
Room 205
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Re:

CP-22-SA-0000067-2016
Misconduct by the Prothonotary of the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas
MOTION TO DISMISS DUE TO SELECTIVE AND VINDICTIVE PROSECUTION

Dear Sirs,
Enclosed are my In Forma Pauperis documents for the above captioned case. First the
Prothonotary of the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas dockets my In Forma Pauperis as a
case without the Summary Appeal. They deny the In Forma Pauperis because they refused to
accept my Application for Summary Appeal. I personally visit the Office of the Prothonotary on
April 15, 2016 and file another summary appeal. They refuse to accept my In Forma Pauperis
Application and demand a cash payment of $75.00. Instead of accepting a check or credit card
they command me to the basement to the ATM machine. I have a conversation with someone
from your office, the ATM machine malfunctioned. I get the cash and return to the Office of the
Prothonotary at about 4:40 pm. The office of the Prothonotary literally locks the door and I
cannot file my summary appeal. After knocking at the door they finally open the office and I file
the summary appeal and make the $75.00 payment. Then on April 18, 2016 I send another In
Forma Pauperis application via USPS Priority Mail. A few weeks ago, your office said they had no
information regarding a ruling on my summary appeal. WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?
As far as the Overtime Parking Ticket, one morning I come out of the Lancaster County
Courthouse to my usual hadicapp parking space behind the courthouse. I find a ticket on my
windshield. I travel to the Lancaster City Treasurer Office to pay it immediately. The customer
service representative hands me the ticket back and informs me that it is from the City of
Harrisburg, where I was the day before.
So you are telling me that while conducting my business in the capitol building and
returning to my car, I failed to see the ticket when I got into my car. Then I failed to see the
ticket while I drove home. The I again failed to see the ticket after getting out of my car. Then
the next morning I failed to see the ticket getting into my car.

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You people are a bunch of CORRUPT ASSHOLES!


GROW UP AND SHOW SOME RESPECT FOR THE COURTS!

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163
ACTIVE COURT CASES
J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No.
1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

June 15, 2016


RENTAL ZONE OF PENNSYLVANIA
Franchisee
122 Seymour Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Phone (717) 397-7368
Fax (717) 393-8848
www.RentalZonePA.com
Re:

Customer ID 18195782 Invoice No. 62965.01 Amount of $254.65

Dear Sirs,
1. I saw at Lowes for sale a brand new scaffold with 4 BRAKES for $119.99.
2. When the scaffold was delivered and erected your workman gave me some bullshit
story about why the scaffold only had 1 brake and why he could not come back with
3 more wheels with brakes on them.
3.
Please see the photos attached herein.
The following is the Pennsylvania Criminal Code for Aggravated Assault and the definitine of
a Hate Crime from the FBI's website. You will also find the Federal Disabilities Act:

CHAPTER 27 -ASSAULT
2702. Aggravated assault.
(a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of aggravated assault if he:
(1) attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another, or causes such injury intentionally,
knowingly or recklessly under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human
life;
(2) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causes serious bodily injury to any
of the officers, agents, employees or other persons enumerated in subsection (c) or to an employee of
an agency, company or other entity engaged in public transportation, while in the performance of duty;
(3) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes bodily injury to any of the officers,
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(4) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes bodily injury to another with a deadly
weapon;
(5) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes bodily injury to a teaching staff
member, school board member or other employee, including a student employee, of any elementary or
secondary publicly-funded educational institution, any elementary or secondary private school licensed
by the Department of Education or any elementary or secondary parochial school while acting in the
scope of his or her employment or because of his or her employment relationship to the school;
(6) attempts by physical menace to put any of the officers, agents, employees or other persons
enumerated in subsection (c), while in the performance of duty, in fear of imminent serious bodily
injury;
(7) uses tear or noxious gas as defined in section 2708(b) (relating to use of tear or noxious gas in
labor disputes) or uses an electric or electronic incapacitation device against any officer, employee or
other person enumerated in subsection (c) while acting in the scope of his employment;
(8) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causes bodily injury to a child less
than six years of age, by a person 18 years of age or older; or
(9) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causes serious bodily injury to a
child less than 13 years of age, by a person 18 years of age or older.
(b) Grading.--Aggravated assault under subsection (a)(1), (2) and (9) is a felony of the first
degree. Aggravated assault under subsection (a)(3), (4), (5), (6), (7) and (8) is a felony of the second
degree.

Defining a Hate Crime


A hate crime is a traditional offense like murder, arson, or vandalism with an added element of
bias. For the purposes of collecting statistics, the FBI has defined a hate crime as a criminal offense
against a person or property motivated in whole or in part by an offenders bias against a race, religion,
disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity. Hate itself is not a crimeand the
FBI is mindful of protecting freedom of speech and other civil liberties.
These efforts serve as a backstop for investigations by state and local authorities, which handle the vast
majority of hate crime cases throughout the country.
The FBIs Role
As part of its responsibility to uphold the civil rights of the American people, the FBI takes a
number of steps to combat the problem of hate crimes. The following efforts serve as a backstop to
investigations conducted by state and local law enforcement agencies, which handle the vast majority
of bias crime investigations throughout the country.
Investigative Activities: The FBI is the lead investigative agency for criminal violations of
federal civil rights statutes. The Bureau works closely with its local, state, tribal, and federal law
enforcement partners around the country in many of these cases.
Law Enforcement Support: The FBI works closely with state/local/tribal authorities on
investigations, even when federal charges are not brought. FBI resources, forensic expertise,
and experience in identification and proof of hate-based motivations often provide an invaluable
complement to local law enforcement. Many cases are also prosecuted under state statutes such
as murder, arson, or more recent local ethnic intimidation laws. Once the state prosecution
begins, the Department of Justice monitors the proceedings in order to ensure that the federal
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interest is vindicated and the law is applied equally among the 95 U.S. Judicial Districts.
Prosecutive Decision: The FBI forwards results of completed investigations to local U.S.
Attorneys Offices and the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice, which decide
whether a federal prosecution is warranted. Prosecution of these crimes may move forward, for
example, if local authorities are unwilling or unable to prosecute a crime of bias.
History

The FBI investigated what are now called hate crimes as far back as World War I. Our role increased
following the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Before then, the federal government took the
position that protection of civil rights was a local function, not a federal one. However, the murders
of civil rights workers Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney, near
Philadelphia, Mississippi, in June 1964 provided the impetus for a visible and sustained federal
effort to protect and foster civil rights for African Americans. MIBURN, as the case was called (it
stood for Mississippi Burning), became the largest federal investigation ever conducted in
Mississippi. On October 20, 1967, seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the
constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. All seven were sentenced to prison terms
ranging from three to ten years.

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990


The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990[1][2] (ADA) is a wide-ranging civil
rights law that is intended to protect against discrimination based on disability. Enacted
by the U.S. Congress in 1990, it affords similar protections against discrimination to
Americans with disabilities as the Civil Rights Act of 1964,[3] which made
discrimination based on race, religion, sex, national origin, and other characteristics
illegal. In addition, unlike the Civil Rights Act, the ADA also requires covered employers
to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities, and imposes
accessibility requirements on public accommodations.[4]

In 1986, the National Council on Disability had recommended enactment of an Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) and drafted the first version of the bill which was introduced in the House and
Senate in 1988. The final version of the bill was signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George
H. W. Bush. It was later amended in 2008 and signed by President George W. Bush with changes
effective as of January 1, 2009.[5]

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Contents
1 Disabilities included
2 Titles
2.1 Title Iemployment
2.2 Title IIpublic entities (and public transportation)
2.3 Title IIIpublic accommodations (and commercial facilities)
2.3.1 Service animals
2.4 Title IVtelecommunications
2.5 Title Vmiscellaneous provisions
3 History
3.1 Drafting
3.2 Lobbying
3.3 Support and opposition
3.3.1 Support
3.3.2 Opposition from religious groups
3.3.3 Opposition from business interests
3.4 "Capitol Crawl"
3.5 Final passage
3.6 ADA Amendments Act, 2008
3.7 25th anniversary, 2015
4 Reaction
4.1 Criticism
4.1.1 Abuse
4.1.2 Employment
4.1.3 "Professional plaintiffs"
5 Case law
5.1 National Federation of the Blind v. Target Corporation
5.2 Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama v. Garrett
5.3 Barden v. The City of Sacramento
5.4 Bates v. UPS
5.5 Spector v. Norwegian Cruise Line Ltd.
5.6 Olmstead v. L.C.
5.7 Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America v. The University of Michigan
5.8 Paralyzed Veterans of America v. Ellerbe Becket Architects and Engineers
5.9 Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams
5.10 Access Now v. Southwest Airlines
5.11 Ouellette v. Viacom International Inc.
5.12 Authors Guild v. HathiTrust
5.13 Zamora-Quezada v. HealthTexas Medical Group
6 Resources
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

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Disabilities included

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1988, S. 2346, Page 1[6]

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Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Page 2[7]

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Page 1[7]


ADA disabilities include both mental and physical medical conditions. A condition does not
need to be severe or permanent to be a disability.[8] Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
regulations provide a list of conditions that should easily be concluded to be disabilities: deafness,
blindness, an intellectual disability (formerly termed mental retardation), partially or completely
missing limbs or mobility impairments requiring the use of a wheelchair, autism, cancer, cerebral palsy,
diabetes, epilepsy, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection, multiple sclerosis, muscular
dystrophy, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive
compulsive disorder, and schizophrenia.[9] Other mental or physical health conditions also may be
disabilities, depending on what the individual's symptoms would be in the absence of "mitigating
measures" (medication, therapy, assistive devices, or other means of restoring function), during an
"active episode" of the condition (if the condition is episodic).[9]
Certain specific conditions that are widely considered anti-social, or tend to result in illegal activity,
such as kleptomania, pedophilia, exhibitionism, voyeurism, etc. are excluded under the definition of
"disability" in order to prevent abuse of the statute's purpose.[10][11] Additionally, other specific
conditions, such as gender identity disorders, are also excluded under the definition of "disability".[11]
[12]

I remain,

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

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Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,


Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163
ACTIVE COURT CASES
J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No.
1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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CHAPTER 27
ASSAULT
Sec.
2701. Simple assault.
2702. Aggravated assault.
2702.1. Assault of law enforcement officer.
2703. Assault by prisoner.
2703.1. Aggravated harassment by prisoner.
2704. Assault by life prisoner.
2705. Recklessly endangering another person.
2706. Terroristic threats.
2707. Propulsion of missiles into an occupied vehicle or onto a
roadway.
2707.1. Discharge of a firearm into an occupied structure.
2707.2. Paintball guns and paintball markers.
2708. Use of tear or noxious gas in labor disputes.
2709. Harassment.
2709.1. Stalking.
2710. Ethnic intimidation.
2711. Probable cause arrests in domestic violence cases.
2712. Assault on sports official.
2713. Neglect of care-dependent person.
2714. Unauthorized administration of intoxicant.
2715. Threat to use weapons of mass destruction.
2716. Weapons of mass destruction.
2717. Terrorism.
Enactment. Chapter 27 was added December 6, 1972, P.L.1482,
No.334, effective in six months.
Cross References. Chapter 27 is referred to in section 3103 of
Title 23 (Domestic Relations); sections 5750, 5985.1 of Title 42
(Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).
2701. Simple assault.
(a) Offense defined.--Except as provided under section 2702
(relating to aggravated assault), a person is guilty of assault if
he:
(1) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or
recklessly causes bodily injury to another;
(2) negligently causes bodily injury to another with a
deadly weapon;
(3) attempts by physical menace to put another in fear of
imminent serious bodily injury; or
(4) conceals or attempts to conceal a hypodermic needle on
his person and intentionally or knowingly penetrates a law
enforcement officer or an officer or an employee of a
correctional institution, county jail or prison, detention
facility or mental hospital during the course of an arrest or
any search of the person.
(b) Grading.--Simple assault is a misdemeanor of the second
degree unless committed:
(1) in a fight or scuffle entered into by mutual consent,
in which case it is a misdemeanor of the third degree; or
(2) against a child under 12 years of age by a person 18
years of age or older, in which case it is a misdemeanor of the
first degree.
(Dec. 19, 1988, P.L.1275, No.158, eff. 60 days; June 22, 2001,
P.L.605, No.48, eff. 60 days; Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1391, No.172, eff.
60 days; Dec. 18, 2013, P.L.1198, No.118, eff. Jan. 1, 2014)
2013 Amendment. Act 118 amended subsecs. (a) and (b)(2).
Cross References. Section 2701 is referred to in sections
2709.1, 2711, 2712, 6105.1, 9122.1 of this title; section 6711 of
Title 23 (Domestic Relations); sections 4503, 4601 of Title 61
(Prisons and Parole).
2702. Aggravated assault.
(a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of aggravated assault
if he:
(1) attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another, or
causes such injury intentionally, knowingly or recklessly under
circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of
human life;
(2) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or
recklessly causes serious bodily injury to any of the officers,
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agents, employees or other persons enumerated in subsection (c)
or to an employee of an agency, company or other entity engaged
in public transportation, while in the performance of duty;
(3) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes
bodily injury to any of the officers, agents, employees or
other persons enumerated in subsection (c), in the performance
of duty;
(4) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes
bodily injury to another with a deadly weapon;
(5) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes
bodily injury to a teaching staff member, school board member
or other employee, including a student employee, of any
elementary or secondary publicly-funded educational
institution, any elementary or secondary private school
licensed by the Department of Education or any elementary or
secondary parochial school while acting in the scope of his or
her employment or because of his or her employment relationship
to the school;
(6) attempts by physical menace to put any of the
officers, agents, employees or other persons enumerated in
subsection (c), while in the performance of duty, in fear of
imminent serious bodily injury;
(7) uses tear or noxious gas as defined in section 2708(b)
(relating to use of tear or noxious gas in labor disputes) or
uses an electric or electronic incapacitation device against
any officer, employee or other person enumerated in subsection
(c) while acting in the scope of his employment;
(8) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or
recklessly causes bodily injury to a child less than six years
of age, by a person 18 years of age or older; or
(9) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or
recklessly causes serious bodily injury to a child less than 13
years of age, by a person 18 years of age or older.
(b) Grading.--Aggravated assault under subsection (a)(1), (2)
and (9) is a felony of the first degree. Aggravated assault under
subsection (a)(3), (4), (5), (6), (7) and (8) is a felony of the
second degree.
(c) Officers, employees, etc., enumerated.--The officers,
agents, employees and other persons referred to in subsection (a)
shall be as follows:
(1) Police officer.
(2) Firefighter.
(3) County adult probation or parole officer.
(4) County juvenile probation or parole officer.
(5) An agent of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and
Parole.
(6) Sheriff.
(7) Deputy sheriff.
(8) Liquor control enforcement agent.
(9) Officer or employee of a correctional institution,
county jail or prison, juvenile detention center or any other
facility to which the person has been ordered by the court
pursuant to a petition alleging delinquency under 42 Pa.C.S.
Ch. 63 (relating to juvenile matters).
(10) Judge of any court in the unified judicial system.
(11) The Attorney General.
(12) A deputy attorney general.
(13) A district attorney.
(14) An assistant district attorney.
(15) A public defender.
(16) An assistant public defender.
(17) A Federal law enforcement official.
(18) A State law enforcement official.
(19) A local law enforcement official.
(20) Any person employed to assist or who assists any
Federal, State or local law enforcement official.
(21) Emergency medical services personnel.
(22) Parking enforcement officer.
(23) A magisterial district judge.
(24) A constable.
(25) A deputy constable.
(26) A psychiatric aide.
(27) A teaching staff member, a school board member or
other employee, including a student employee, of any elementary
or secondary publicly funded educational institution, any
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parochial school while acting in the scope of his or her
employment or because of his or her employment relationship to
the school.
(28) Governor.
(29) Lieutenant Governor.
(30) Auditor General.
(31) State Treasurer.
(32) Member of the General Assembly.
(33) An employee of the Department of Environmental
Protection.
(34) An individual engaged in the private detective
business as defined in section 2(a) and (b) of the act of
August 21, 1953 (P.L.1273, No.361), known as The Private
Detective Act of 1953.
(35) An employee or agent of a county children and youth
social service agency or of the legal representative of such
agency.
(36) A public utility employee or an employee of an
electric cooperative.
(37) A wildlife conservation officer or deputy wildlife
conservation officer of the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
(38) A waterways conservation officer or deputy waterways
conservation officer of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat
Commission.
(d) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Electric or electronic incapacitation device." A portable
device which is designed or intended by the manufacturer to be
used, offensively or defensively, to temporarily immobilize or
incapacitate persons by means of electric pulse or current,
including devices operated by means of carbon dioxide propellant.
The term does not include cattle prods, electric fences or other
electric devices when used in agricultural, animal husbandry or
food production activities.
"Emergency medical services personnel." The term includes, but
is not limited to, doctors, residents, interns, registered nurses,
licensed practical nurses, nurse aides, ambulance attendants and
operators, paramedics, emergency medical technicians and members
of a hospital security force while working within the scope of
their employment.
(Oct. 1, 1980, P.L.689, No.139, eff. 60 days; Oct. 16, 1980,
P.L.978, No.167, eff. 60 days; Dec. 11, 1986, P.L.1517, No.164,
eff. 60 days; Feb. 2, 1990, P.L.6, No.4, eff. 60 days; July 6,
1995, P.L.238, No.27, eff. 60 days; Feb. 23, 1996, P.L.17, No.7,
eff. 60 days; July 2, 1996, P.L.478, No.75, eff. 60 days; Dec. 21,
1998, P.L.1245, No.159, eff. 60 days; Nov. 6, 2002, P.L.1096,
No.132, eff. 60 days; Nov. 29, 2004, P.L.1349, No.173, eff. 60
days; Nov. 30, 2004, P.L.1618, No.207, eff. 60 days; Oct. 24,
2012, P.L.1205, No.150, eff. 60 days; Dec. 18, 2013, P.L.1198,
No.118, eff. Jan. 1, 2014)
2013 Amendment. Act 118 amended subsecs. (a)(6) and (7) and
(b) and added subsec. (a)(8) and (9).
2012 Amendment. Act 150 amended subsec. (c).
2004 Amendments. See section 29 of Act 207 in the appendix to
this title for special provisions relating to construction of law.
Cross References. Section 2702 is referred to in sections
2701, 2703, 2709.1, 2711, 5702, 5708, 6105 of this title; sections
2511, 5329, 6344, 6711 of Title 23 (Domestic Relations); section
904 of Title 30 (Fish); section 905.1 of Title 34 (Game); sections
5551, 5552, 6302, 6307, 6308, 6336, 6355, 9714, 9717, 9718, 9719,
9802 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure); section 702
of Title 54 (Names); section 7122 of Title 61 (Prisons and
Parole).
2702.1. Assault of law enforcement officer.
(a) Assault of a law enforcement officer in the first
degree.--A person commits a felony of the first degree who
attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly causes bodily
injury to a law enforcement officer, while in the performance of
duty and with knowledge that the victim is a law enforcement
officer, by discharging a firearm.
(b) Penalties.--Notwithstanding section 1103(1) (relating to
sentence of imprisonment for felony), a person convicted under
subsection (a) shall be sentenced to a term of imprisonment fixed
by the court at not more than 40 years.
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and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Law enforcement officer." The term shall have the same
meaning as the term "peace officer" is given under section 501
(relating to definitions).
"Firearm." As defined under 42 Pa.C.S. 9712(e) (relating to
sentences for offenses committed with firearms).
(Oct. 17, 2008, P.L.1628, No.131, eff. 60 days)
2008 Amendment. Act 131 added section 2702.1.
Cross References. Section 2702.1 is referred to in section
905.1 of Title 34 (Game); sections 9714, 9719.1 of Title 42
(Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).
2703. Assault by prisoner.
(a) Offense defined.--A person who is confined in or committed
to any local or county detention facility, jail or prison or any
State penal or correctional institution or other State penal or
correctional facility located in this Commonwealth is guilty of a
felony of the second degree if he, while so confined or committed
or while undergoing transportation to or from such an institution
or facility in or to which he was confined or committed
intentionally or knowingly, commits an assault upon another with a
deadly weapon or instrument, or by any means or force likely to
produce serious bodily injury. A person is guilty of this offense
if he intentionally or knowingly causes another to come into
contact with blood, seminal fluid, saliva, urine or feces by
throwing, tossing, spitting or expelling such fluid or material
when, at the time of the offense, the person knew, had reason to
know, should have known or believed such fluid or material to have
been obtained from an individual, including the person charged
under this section, infected by a communicable disease, including,
but not limited to, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or
hepatitis B.
(b) Consecutive sentences.--The court shall order that any
sentence imposed for a violation of subsection (a), or any
sentence imposed for a violation of section 2702(a) (relating to
aggravated assault) where the victim is a detention facility or
correctional facility employee, be served consecutively with the
person's current sentence.
(Dec. 10, 1974, P.L.810, No.268; Feb. 18, 1998, P.L.102, No.19,
eff. imd.)
Cross References. Section 2703 is referred to in section 6105
of this title; section 9802 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
Procedure); section 7122 of Title 61 (Prisons and Parole).
2703.1. Aggravated harassment by prisoner.
A person who is confined in or committed to any local or county
detention facility, jail or prison or any State penal or
correctional institution or other State penal or correctional
facility located in this Commonwealth commits a felony of the
third degree if he, while so confined or committed or while
undergoing transportation to or from such an institution or
facility in or to which he was confined or committed,
intentionally or knowingly causes or attempts to cause another to
come into contact with blood, seminal fluid, saliva, urine or
feces by throwing, tossing, spitting or expelling such fluid or
material.
(Feb. 18, 1998, P.L.102, No.19, eff. imd.)
1998 Amendment. Act 19 added section 2703.1.
2704. Assault by life prisoner.
Every person who has been sentenced to death or life
imprisonment in any penal institution located in this
Commonwealth, and whose sentence has not been commuted, who
commits an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon or instrument
upon another, or by any means of force likely to produce serious
bodily injury, is guilty of a crime, the penalty for which shall
be the same as the penalty for murder of the second degree. A
person is guilty of this offense if he intentionally or knowingly
causes another to come into contact with blood, seminal fluid,
saliva, urine or feces by throwing, tossing, spitting or expelling
such fluid or material when, at the time of the offense, the
person knew, had reason to know, should have known or believed
such fluid or material to have been obtained from an individual,
including the person charged under this section, infected by a
communicable disease, including, but not limited to, human
immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or hepatitis B.
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(Mar. 26, 1974, P.L.213, No.46, eff. imd.; Feb. 18, 1998, P.L.102,
No.19, eff. imd.)
Cross References. Section 2704 is referred to in section 6105
of this title; section 9802 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
Procedure); section 7122 of Title 61 (Prisons and Parole).
2705. Recklessly endangering another person.
A person commits a misdemeanor of the second degree if he
recklessly engages in conduct which places or may place another
person in danger of death or serious bodily injury.
Cross References. Section 2705 is referred to in sections
2709.1, 2711 of this title; section 6711 of Title 23 (Domestic
Relations).
2706. Terroristic threats.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits the crime of
terroristic threats if the person communicates, either directly or
indirectly, a threat to:
(1) commit any crime of violence with intent to terrorize
another;
(2) cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly or
facility of public transportation; or
(3) otherwise cause serious public inconvenience, or cause
terror or serious public inconvenience with reckless disregard
of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience.
(b) Restitution.--A person convicted of violating this section
shall, in addition to any other sentence imposed or restitution
ordered under 42 Pa.C.S. 9721(c) (relating to sentencing
generally), be sentenced to pay restitution in an amount equal to
the cost of the evacuation, including, but not limited to, fire
and police response; emergency medical service or emergency
preparedness response; and transportation of an individual from
the building, place of assembly or facility.
(c) Preservation of private remedies.--No judgment or order of
restitution shall debar a person, by appropriate action, to
recover from the offender as otherwise provided by law, provided
that any civil award shall be reduced by the amount paid under the
criminal judgment.
(d) Grading.--An offense under subsection (a) constitutes a
misdemeanor of the first degree unless the threat causes the
occupants of the building, place of assembly or facility of public
transportation to be diverted from their normal or customary
operations, in which case the offense constitutes a felony of the
third degree.
(e) Definition.--As used in this section, the term
"communicates" means conveys in person or by written or electronic
means, including telephone, electronic mail, Internet, facsimile,
telex and similar transmissions.
(June 18, 1998, P.L.534, No.76, eff. 60 days; Dec. 15, 1999,
P.L.915, No.59, eff. 60 days; June 28, 2002, P.L.481, No.82, eff.
60 days)
2002 Amendment. Act 82 amended subsecs. (b), (c) and (d).
1999 Amendment. Act 59 amended subsec. (a) and added subsecs.
(d) and (e).
Cross References. Section 2706 is referred to in sections 911,
2711, 5708 of this title; section 5329 of Title 23 (Domestic
Relations); section 5552 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
Procedure); section 1532 of Title 75 (Vehicles).
2707. Propulsion of missiles into an occupied vehicle or onto a
roadway.
(a) Occupied vehicles.--Whoever intentionally throws, shoots
or propels a rock, stone, brick, or piece of iron, steel or other
like metal, or any deadly or dangerous missile, or fire bomb, into
a vehicle or instrumentality of public transportation that is
occupied by one or more persons commits a misdemeanor of the first
degree.
(b) Roadways.--Whoever intentionally throws, shoots, drops or
causes to be propelled any solid object, from an overpass or any
other location adjacent to or on a roadway, onto or toward said
roadway shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.
(July 16, 1975, P.L.62, No.37; Dec. 21, 1998, P.L.1103, No.149,
eff. 60 days)
1998 Amendment. Act 149 amended subsec. (b).
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(a) Offense defined.--A person commits an offense if he
knowingly, intentionally or recklessly discharges a firearm from
any location into an occupied structure.
(b) Grading.--An offense under this section shall be a felony
of the third degree.
(c) Defense.--It is a defense to prosecution under this
section that:
(1) the person discharging the firearm was a law
enforcement officer engaged in the performance of his official
law enforcement duties; or
(2) the person discharging the firearm was engaged in a
hunting activity; and
(i) the discharge of the firearm took place from a
location where the hunting activity is lawful; and
(ii) the passage of the projectile from the firearm
into the occupied structure was not intentional, knowing or
reckless.
(d) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Firearm." Any weapon which is designed to or may readily be
converted to expel any projectile by the action of an explosion or
the frame or receiver of any such weapon.
"Occupied structure." Any structure, vehicle or place adapted
for overnight accommodation of persons or for carrying on business
therein, whether or not a person is actually present.
(Dec. 20, 2000, P.L.831, No.116, eff. 60 days)
2000 Amendment. Act 116 added section 2707.1.
2707.2. Paintball guns and paintball markers.
(a) Unlawful carrying in vehicle.-(1) (Deleted by amendment).
(1.1) Except as set forth in paragraph (2), an individual
may not carry a paintball gun or a paintball marker in a
vehicle on a highway unless all of the following apply:
(i) The paintball gun or paintball marker is empty of
encapsulated gelatin paintballs.
(ii) The propellant source on the paintball gun or
paintball marker is disconnected, disabled or turned off.
(iii) The paintballs are stored in a separate and
closed container.
(iv) The paintball gun or paintball marker is:
(A) in a secure wrapper;
(B) has a barrel-blocking device installed; or
(C) is not readily or directly accessible from the
passenger compartment of the vehicle.
(2) Paragraph (1.1) does not apply to a commercial
paintball field, range or course where passengers are being
transported by the commercial field, range or course operator
to and from designated player areas.
(a.1) Unlawful discharge of paintball gun or paintball
marker.--An individual may not discharge or fire a paintball gun
or paintball marker at a person who is not participating in
paintball games or paintball-related recreational activities.
(b) Penalty.--A person who violates this section commits a
summary offense.
(c) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Barrel-blocking device." A device which captures or prevents
the discharge of an encapsulated gelatin paintball from a
paintball gun or paintball marker and meets the specifications of
the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) F2271-03
(Standard Specification for Paintball Marker Barrel Blocking
Devices) or its successor.
"Paintball gun." A device designed and manufactured to propel,
by gas or air, an encapsulated gelatin paintball.
"Paintball marker." A device designed and manufactured to
propel, by gas or air, an encapsulated gelatin paintball.
(Nov. 21, 2001, P.L.846, No.87, eff. 60 days; Dec. 22, 2005,
P.L.449, No.85, eff. 60 days)
Cross References. Section 2707.2 is referred to in section
6304 of this title.
2708. Use of tear or noxious gas in labor disputes.
(a) Offense defined.--A person other than a duly constituted
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if he uses or directs the use of tear or noxious gas against any
person involved in a labor dispute.
(b) Definition.--As used in this section, the term "tear or
noxious gas" means any liquid or gaseous substance that, when
dispersed in the atmosphere, blinds the eyes with tears or
irritates or injures other organs and tissues of the human body or
causes nausea, including, but not limited to, red pepper spray.
(Nov. 6, 2002, P.L.1096, No.132, eff. 60 days)
Cross References. Section 2708 is referred to in section 2702
of this title.
2709. Harassment.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits the crime of harassment
when, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another, the person:
(1) strikes, shoves, kicks or otherwise subjects the other
person to physical contact, or attempts or threatens to do the
same;
(2) follows the other person in or about a public place or
places;
(3) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits
acts which serve no legitimate purpose;
(4) communicates to or about such other person any lewd,
lascivious, threatening or obscene words, language, drawings or
caricatures;
(5) communicates repeatedly in an anonymous manner;
(6) communicates repeatedly at extremely inconvenient
hours; or
(7) communicates repeatedly in a manner other than
specified in paragraphs (4), (5) and (6).
(a.1) Cyber harassment of a child.-(1) A person commits the crime of cyber harassment of a
child if, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm, the person
engages in a continuing course of conduct of making any of the
following by electronic means directly to a child or by
publication through an electronic social media service:
(i) seriously disparaging statement or opinion about
the child's physical characteristics, sexuality, sexual
activity or mental or physical health or condition; or
(ii) threat to inflict harm.
(2) (i) If a juvenile is charged with a violation of
paragraph (1), the judicial authority with jurisdiction
over the violation shall give first consideration to
referring the juvenile charged with the violation to a
diversionary program under Pa.R.J.C.P. No. 312 (relating to
Informal Adjustment) or No. 370 (relating to Consent
Decree). As part of the diversionary program, the judicial
authority may order the juvenile to participate in an
educational program which includes the legal and nonlegal
consequences of cyber harassment.
(ii) If the person successfully completes the
diversionary program, the juvenile's records of the charge
of violating paragraph (1) shall be expunged as provided
for under section 9123 (relating to juvenile records).
(b) Stalking.--(Deleted by amendment).
(b.1) Venue.-(1) An offense committed under this section may be deemed
to have been committed at either the place at which the
communication or communications were made or at the place where
the communication or communications were received.
(2) Acts indicating a course of conduct which occur in
more than one jurisdiction may be used by any other
jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of a
continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
(3) In addition to paragraphs (1) and (2), an offense
under subsection (a.1) may be deemed to have been committed at
the place where the child who is the subject of the
communication resides.
(c) Grading.-(1) Except as provided under paragraph (3), an offense
under subsection (a)(1), (2) or (3) shall constitute a summary
offense.
(2) An offense under subsection (a)(4), (5), (6) or (7) or
(a.1) shall constitute a misdemeanor of the third degree.
(3) The grading of an offense under subsection (a)(1), (2)
or (3) shall be enhanced one degree if the person has
previously violated an order issued under 23 Pa.C.S. 6108
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household member.
(d) False reports.--A person who knowingly gives false
information to any law enforcement officer with the intent to
implicate another under this section commits an offense under
section 4906 (relating to false reports to law enforcement
authorities).
(e) Application of section.--This section shall not apply to
constitutionally protected activity.
(e.1) Course of conduct.--(Deleted by amendment).
(f) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Communicates." Conveys a message without intent of legitimate
communication or address by oral, nonverbal, written or electronic
means, including telephone, electronic mail, Internet, facsimile,
telex, wireless communication or similar transmission.
"Course of conduct." A pattern of actions composed of more
than one act over a period of time, however short, evidencing a
continuity of conduct. The term includes lewd, lascivious,
threatening or obscene words, language, drawings, caricatures or
actions, either in person or anonymously. Acts indicating a course
of conduct which occur in more than one jurisdiction may be used
by any other jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of
a continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
"Emotional distress." A temporary or permanent state of mental
anguish.
"Family or household member." Spouses or persons who have been
spouses, persons living as spouses or who lived as spouses,
parents and children, other persons related by consanguinity or
affinity, current or former sexual or intimate partners or persons
who share biological parenthood.
"Seriously disparaging statement or opinion." A statement or
opinion which is intended to and under the circumstances is
reasonably likely to cause substantial emotional distress to a
child of the victim's age and which produces some physical
manifestation of the distress.
(June 23, 1993, P.L.124, No.28, eff. imd.; Oct. 2, 1997, P.L.379,
No.44, eff. 60 days; Dec. 15, 1999, P.L.915, No.59, eff. 60 days;
Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff. 60 days; Nov. 27, 2013,
P.L.1061, No.91, eff. 60 days; July 10, 2015, P.L.140, No.26, eff.
60 days; Nov. 4, 2015, P.L.224, No.59, eff. 60 days)
2015 Amendments. Act 26 amended subsecs. (c)(2) and (f) and
added subsecs. (a.1) and (b.1)(3) and Act 59 amended subsec. (e).
See the preamble to Act 59 of 2015 in the appendix to this title
for special provisions relating to legislative intent.
2013 Amendment. Act 91 amended subsec. (c) and added the def.
of "family or household member" in subsec. (f).
2002 Amendment. See sections 9 and 10 of Act 218 in the
appendix to this title for special provisions relating to
references to section 2709 and references to section 5504.
Cross References. Section 2709 is referred to in sections
4954, 4955, 5708 of this title; section 3304 of Title 5 (Athletics
and Sports); sections 6108, 6711 of Title 23 (Domestic Relations);
sections 3573, 62A03 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
Procedure).
2709.1. Stalking.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits the crime of stalking
when the person either:
(1) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits
acts toward another person, including following the person
without proper authority, under circumstances which demonstrate
either an intent to place such other person in reasonable fear
of bodily injury or to cause substantial emotional distress to
such other person; or
(2) engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly
communicates to another person under circumstances which
demonstrate or communicate either an intent to place such other
person in reasonable fear of bodily injury or to cause
substantial emotional distress to such other person.
(b) Venue.-(1) An offense committed under this section may be deemed
to have been committed at either the place at which the
communication or communications were made or at the place where
the communication or communications were received.
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more than one jurisdiction may be used by any other
jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of a
continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
(c) Grading.-(1) Except as otherwise provided for in paragraph (2), a
first offense under this section shall constitute a misdemeanor
of the first degree.
(2) A second or subsequent offense under this section or a
first offense under subsection (a) if the person has been
previously convicted of a crime of violence involving the same
victim, family or household member, including, but not limited
to, a violation of section 2701 (relating to simple assault),
2702 (relating to aggravated assault), 2705 (relating to
recklessly endangering another person), 2901 (relating to
kidnapping), 3121 (relating to rape) or 3123 (relating to
involuntary deviate sexual intercourse), an order issued under
section 4954 (relating to protective orders) or an order issued
under 23 Pa.C.S. 6108 (relating to relief) shall constitute a
felony of the third degree.
(d) False reports.--A person who knowingly gives false
information to any law enforcement officer with the intent to
implicate another under this section commits an offense under
section 4906 (relating to false reports to law enforcement
authorities).
(e) Application of section.--This section shall not apply to
constitutionally protected activity.
(f) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Communicates." To convey a message without intent of
legitimate communication or address by oral, nonverbal, written or
electronic means, including telephone, electronic mail, Internet,
facsimile, telex, wireless communication or similar transmission.
"Course of conduct." A pattern of actions composed of more
than one act over a period of time, however short, evidencing a
continuity of conduct. The term includes lewd, lascivious,
threatening or obscene words, language, drawings, caricatures or
actions, either in person or anonymously. Acts indicating a course
of conduct which occur in more than one jurisdiction may be used
by any other jurisdiction in which an act occurred as evidence of
a continuing pattern of conduct or a course of conduct.
"Emotional distress." A temporary or permanent state of mental
anguish.
"Family or household member." Spouses or persons who have been
spouses, persons living as spouses or who lived as spouses,
parents and children, other persons related by consanguinity or
affinity, current or former sexual or intimate partners or persons
who share biological parenthood.
(Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff. 60 days; Nov. 4, 2015,
P.L.224, No.59, eff. 60 days)
2015 Amendment. Act 59 amended subsec. (e). See the preamble
to Act 59 of 2015 in the appendix to this title for special
provisions relating to legislative intent.
2002 Amendment. Act 218 added section 2709.1. See sections 9
and 10 of Act 218 in the appendix to this title for special
provisions relating to references to section 2709 and references
to section 5504.
Cross References. Section 2709.1 is referred to in sections
2711, 4954, 4955, 5708, 6105 of this title; section 3304 of Title
5 (Athletics and Sports); sections 5329, 6108, 6344, 6702, 6704,
6711 of Title 23 (Domestic Relations); section 62A03 of Title 42
(Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).
2710. Ethnic intimidation.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits the offense of ethnic
intimidation if, with malicious intention toward the race, color,
religion or national origin of another individual or group of
individuals, he commits an offense under any other provision of
this article or under Chapter 33 (relating to arson, criminal
mischief and other property destruction) exclusive of section 3307
(relating to institutional vandalism) or under section 3503
(relating to criminal trespass) with respect to such individual or
his or her property or with respect to one or more members of such
group or to their property.
(b) Grading.--An offense under this section shall be
classified as a misdemeanor of the third degree if the other
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under this section shall be classified one degree higher in the
classification specified in section 106 (relating to classes of
offenses) than the classification of the other offense.
(c) Definition.--As used in this section "malicious intention"
means the intention to commit any act, the commission of which is
a necessary element of any offense referred to in subsection (a)
motivated by hatred toward the race, color, religion or national
origin of another individual or group of individuals.
(June 18, 1982, P.L.537, No.154, eff. imd.; Dec. 3, 2002,
P.L.1176, No.143, eff. imd.; Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff.
60 days)
2008 Effectuation of Declaration of Unconstitutionality. The
Legislative Reference Bureau effectuated the 2007
unconstitutionality.
2007 Unconstitutionality. Act 143 of 2002 was declared
unconstitutional. Marcavage v. Rendell, 936 A.2d 188 (Pa.
Commonwealth 2007).
2002 Amendments. Act 143 amended the entire section and Act
218 amended subsec. (a). Act 218 overlooked the amendment by Act
143, but the amendments do not conflict in substance and both have
been given effect in setting forth the text of subsec. (a).
1982 Amendment. See section 2 of Act 154 of 1982 in the
appendix to this title for special provisions relating to right of
action for injunction, damages or other relief.
Effective Date. After December 2, 2002, and before February 7,
2003, section 2710 will reflect only the amendment by Act 143, as
follows:
2710. Ethnic intimidation.
(a) Offense defined.--A person commits the offense of
ethnic intimidation if, with malicious intention toward the
actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin,
ancestry, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation,
gender or gender identity of another individual or group of
individuals, he commits an offense under any other provision of
this article or under Chapter 33 (relating to arson, criminal
mischief and other property destruction) exclusive of section
3307 (relating to institutional vandalism) or under section
3503 (relating to criminal trespass) or under section 5504
(relating to harassment by communication or address) with
respect to such individual or his or her property or with
respect to one or more members of such group or to their
property.
(b) Grading.--An offense under this section shall be
classified as a misdemeanor of the third degree if the other
offense is classified as a summary offense. Otherwise, an
offense under this section shall be classified one degree
higher in the classification specified in section 106 (relating
to classes of offenses) than the classification of the other
offense.
(c) Definition.--As used in this section "malicious
intention" means the intention to commit any act, the
commission of which is a necessary element of any offense
referred to in subsection (a) motivated by hatred toward the
actual or perceived race, color, religion or national origin,
ancestry, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation,
gender or gender identity of another individual or group of
individuals.
Cross References. Section 2710 is referred to in section 8309
of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).
2711. Probable cause arrests in domestic violence cases.
(a) General rule.--A police officer shall have the same right
of arrest without a warrant as in a felony whenever he has
probable cause to believe the defendant has violated section 2504
(relating to involuntary manslaughter), 2701 (relating to simple
assault), 2702(a)(3), (4) and (5) (relating to aggravated
assault), 2705 (relating to recklessly endangering another
person), 2706 (relating to terroristic threats) or 2709.1
(relating to stalking) against a family or household member
although the offense did not take place in the presence of the
police officer. A police officer may not arrest a person pursuant
to this section without first observing recent physical injury to
the victim or other corroborative evidence. For the purposes of
this subsection, the term "family or household member" has the
meaning given that term in 23 Pa.C.S. 6102 (relating to
definitions).
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seize all weapons used by the defendant in the commission of the
alleged offense.
(c) Bail.-(1) A defendant arrested pursuant to this section shall be
afforded a preliminary arraignment by the proper issuing
authority without unnecessary delay. In no case shall the
arresting officer release the defendant from custody rather
than taking the defendant before the issuing authority.
(2) In determining whether to admit the defendant to bail,
the issuing authority shall consider whether the defendant
poses a threat of danger to the victim. If the issuing
authority makes such a determination, it shall require as a
condition of bail that the defendant shall refrain from
entering the residence or household of the victim and the
victim's place of employment and shall refrain from committing
any further criminal conduct against the victim and shall so
notify the defendant thereof at the time the defendant is
admitted to bail. Such condition shall expire at the time of
the preliminary hearing or upon the entry or the denial of the
protection of abuse order by the court, whichever occurs first.
A violation of this condition may be punishable by the
revocation of any form of pretrial release or the forfeiture of
bail and the issuance of a bench warrant for the defendant's
arrest or remanding him to custody or a modification of the
terms of the bail. The defendant shall be provided a hearing on
this matter.
(d) Notice of rights.--Upon responding to a domestic violence
case, the police officer shall, orally or in writing, notify the
victim of the availability of a shelter, including its telephone
number, or other services in the community. Said notice shall
include the following statement: "If you are the victim of
domestic violence, you have the right to go to court and file a
petition requesting an order for protection from domestic abuse
pursuant to 23 Pa.C.S. Ch. 61 (relating to protection from abuse)
which could include the following:
(1) An order restraining the abuser from further acts of
abuse.
(2) An order directing the abuser to leave your household.
(3) An order preventing the abuser from entering your
residence, school, business or place of employment.
(4) An order awarding you or the other parent temporary
custody of or temporary visitation with your child or children.
(5) An order directing the abuser to pay support to you
and the minor children if the abuser has a legal obligation to
do so."
(Feb. 15, 1986, P.L.27, No.10, eff. 60 days; Dec. 19, 1990,
P.L.1240, No.206, eff. 90 days; Dec. 20, 2000, P.L.728, No.101,
eff. 60 days; Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1759, No.218, eff. 60 days)
2002 Amendment. Act 218 amended subsec. (a).
1990 Amendment. Act 206 amended subsec. (d).
2712. Assault on sports official.
(a) Offense defined.--A person who violates section 2701
(relating to simple assault), where the victim is a sports
official who was assaulted during a sports event or was assaulted
as a result of his or her official acts as a sports official, is
guilty of assault on a sports official.
(b) Grading.--Assault on a sports official is a misdemeanor of
the first degree.
(c) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Sports event." Any interscholastic athletic activity in a
junior high school, high school, college or university in this
Commonwealth or any other organized athletic activity in this
Commonwealth, including a professional or semiprofessional event.
"Sports official." A person at a sports event who enforces the
rules of the event, such as an umpire or referee, or a person who
supervises the participants, such as a coach. The term includes a
trainer, team attendant, game manager, athletic director,
assistant athletic director, president, dean, headmaster,
principal and assistant principal of a school, college or
university.
(Feb. 14, 1990, P.L.54, No.7, eff. imd.)
1990 Amendment. Act 7 added section 2712.
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(a) Offense defined.--A caretaker is guilty of neglect of a
care-dependent person if he:
(1) Intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causes bodily
injury or serious bodily injury by failing to provide
treatment, care, goods or services necessary to preserve the
health, safety or welfare of a care-dependent person for whom
he is responsible to provide care.
(2) Intentionally or knowingly uses a physical restraint
or chemical restraint or medication on a care-dependent person,
or isolates a care-dependent person contrary to law or
regulation, such that bodily injury or serious bodily injury
results.
(b) Penalty.-(1) A violation of subsection (a)(1) constitutes a
misdemeanor of the first degree if the victim suffers bodily
injury.
(2) A violation of subsection (a)(1) constitutes a felony
of the first degree if the victim suffers serious bodily
injury.
(3) A violation of subsection (a)(2) constitutes a
misdemeanor of the first degree if the victim suffers bodily
injury.
(4) A violation of subsection (a)(2) constitutes a felony
of the first degree if the victim suffers serious bodily
injury.
(c) Report during investigation.--When in the course of
conducting any regulatory or investigative responsibility, the
Department of Aging, the Department of Health or the Department of
Public Welfare has a reasonable cause to believe that a
care-dependent person or care-dependent persons residing in a
facility have suffered bodily injury or been unlawfully restrained
in violation of subsection (a)(1) or (2), a report shall be made
immediately to the local law enforcement agency or to the Office
of Attorney General.
(d) Enforcement.-(1) The district attorneys of the several counties shall
have authority to investigate and to institute criminal
proceedings for any violations of this section.
(2) In addition to the authority conferred upon the
Attorney General under the act of October 15, 1980 (P.L.950,
No.164), known as the Commonwealth Attorneys Act, the Attorney
General shall have the authority to investigate and institute
criminal proceedings for any violation of this section. A
person charged with a violation of this section by the Attorney
General shall not have standing to challenge the authority of
the Attorney General to investigate or prosecute the case, and,
if any such challenge is made, the challenge shall be dismissed
and no relief shall be available in the courts of this
Commonwealth to the person making the challenge.
(e) Treatment in conformance with care-dependent person's
right to accept or refuse services.--A caretaker or any other
individual or facility may offer an affirmative defense to charges
filed pursuant to this section if the caretaker, individual or
facility can demonstrate through a preponderance of the evidence
that the alleged violations result directly from:
(1) the caretaker's, individual's or facility's lawful
compliance with a care-dependent person's living will as
provided in 20 Pa.C.S. Ch. 54 (relating to health care);
(2) the caretaker's, individual's or facility's lawful
compliance with the care-dependent person's written, signed and
witnessed instructions, executed when the care-dependent person
is competent as to the treatment he wishes to receive;
(3) the caretaker's, individual's or facility's lawful
compliance with the direction of the care-dependent person's:
(i) agent acting pursuant to a lawful durable power of
attorney under 20 Pa.C.S. Ch. 56 (relating to powers of
attorney), within the scope of that power; or
(ii) health care agent acting pursuant to a health
care power of attorney under 20 Pa.C.S. Ch. 54 Subch. C
(relating to health care agents and representatives),
within the scope of that power;
(4) the caretaker's, individual's or facility's lawful
compliance with a "Do Not Resuscitate" order written and signed
by the care-dependent person's attending physician; or
(5) the caretaker's, individual's or facility's lawful
compliance with the direction of the care-dependent person's
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decisions by health care representative), provided the
care-dependent person has an end-stage medical condition or is
permanently unconscious as these terms are defined in 20
Pa.C.S. 5422 (relating to definitions) as determined and
documented in the person's medical record by the person's
attending physician.
(f) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Care-dependent person." Any adult who, due to physical or
cognitive disability or impairment, requires assistance to meet
his needs for food, shelter, clothing, personal care or health
care.
"Caretaker." Any person who:
(1) is an owner, operator, manager or employee of a
nursing home, personal care home, domiciliary care home,
community residential facility, intermediate care facility for
the mentally retarded, adult daily living center, home health
agency or home health service provider whether licensed or
unlicensed;
(2) provides care to a care-dependent person in the
setting described in paragraph (1); or
(3) has an obligation to care for a care-dependent person
for monetary consideration in the settings described in
paragraph (1) or in the care-dependent person's home.
"Person." A natural person, corporation, partnership,
unincorporated association or other business entity.
(July 6, 1995, P.L.242, No.28, eff. 60 days; June 25, 1997,
P.L.284, No.26, eff. 60 days; June 18, 1998, P.L.503, No.70, eff.
60 days; Nov. 29, 2006, P.L.1484, No.169, eff. 60 days)
2006 Amendment. Act 169 amended subsec. (e).
1998 Amendment. Act 70 amended subsec. (d)(2).
1997 Amendment. Act 26 amended subsec. (f).
1995 Amendment. Act 28 added section 2713.
References in Text. The Department of Public Welfare, referred
to in this section, was redesignated as the Department of Human
Services by Act 132 of 2014.
Cross References. Section 2713 is referred to in section 4120
of this title; section 5461 of Title 20 (Decedents, Estates and
Fiduciaries); section 5552 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
Procedure).
2714. Unauthorized administration of intoxicant.
A person commits a felony of the third degree when, with the
intent to commit an offense under section 3121(a)(4) (relating to
rape), 3123(a)(4) (relating to involuntary deviate sexual
intercourse), 3125(5) (relating to aggravated indecent assault) or
3126(a)(5) (relating to indecent assault), he or she substantially
impairs the complainant's power to appraise or control his or her
conduct by administering, without the knowledge of the
complainant, drugs or other intoxicants.
(Dec. 19, 1997, P.L.621, No.65, eff. 60 days)
1997 Amendment. Act 65 added section 2714.
2715. Threat to use weapons of mass destruction.
(a) Offense defined.--A person who intentionally:
(1) (Deleted by amendment).
(2) (Deleted by amendment).
(3) reports without factual basis of knowledge the
existence or potential existence of a weapon of mass
destruction; or
(4) threatens by any means the placement or setting of a
weapon of mass destruction;
commits an offense under this section. A separate offense shall
occur for each report or threat to place or set a weapon of mass
destruction.
(b) Penalty.--An offense under this section shall be graded as
follows:
(1) Except as set forth in paragraph (2), a misdemeanor of
the first degree.
(2) If the report or threat causes the occupants of a
building, place of assembly or facility of public
transportation to be diverted from their normal or customary
operations, a felony of the third degree.
(3) A felony of the second degree if the offense occurs
during a declared state of emergency and the report or threat
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entity or governmental agency where the weapon of mass
destruction is reported to exist or threatened to be placed or
set.
(c) Emergency response costs.--A person convicted of violating
this section shall, in addition to any other sentence imposed or
restitution ordered under 42 Pa.C.S. 9721(c) (relating to
sentencing generally), be sentenced to pay restitution in an
amount equal to the cost of the evacuation, including, but not
limited to, fire and police response; emergency medical service or
emergency preparedness response; and transportation of an
individual from the building, place of assembly or facility.
(c.1) Preservation of private remedies.--No judgment or order
of restitution shall debar a person, by appropriate action, to
recover from the offender as otherwise provided by law, provided
that any civil award shall be reduced by the amount paid under the
criminal judgment.
(c.2) Application of section.--(Deleted by amendment).
(d) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Biological agent." A natural or genetically engineered
pathogen, toxin, virus, bacteria, prion, fungus or microorganism
which causes infections, disease or bodily harm.
"Bomb." An explosive device used for unlawful purposes.
"Chemical agent." Any of the following:
(1) A nerve agent, including tabun (GA), sarin (GB), soman
(GD), GF and VX.
(2) A choking agent, including phosgene (CG) and
diphosgene (DP).
(3) A blood agent, including hydrogen cyanide (AC),
cyanogen chloride (CK) and arsine (SA).
(4) A blister agent. This paragraph includes:
(i) Mustard (H).
(ii) Sulfur mustard (HD).
(iii) HN-1.
(iv) HN-2.
(v) Sulfur mustard (HN-3).
(vi) An arsenical, such as lewisite (L).
(vii) An urticant, such as CX.
(viii) An incapacitating agent, such as B2.
(5) Any other chemical element or compound which causes
death or bodily harm.
"Nuclear agent." A radioactive material.
"Weapon of mass destruction." A bomb, biological agent,
chemical agent or nuclear agent.
(Dec. 20, 2000, P.L.728, No.101, eff. 60 days; June 28, 2002,
P.L.481, No.82, eff. 60 days; Nov. 4, 2015, P.L.224, No.59, eff.
60 days)
2015 Amendment. Act 59 deleted subsec. (c.2). See the preamble
to Act 59 of 2015 in the appendix to this title for special
provisions relating to legislative intent.
2716. Weapons of mass destruction.
(a) Unlawful possession or manufacture.--A person commits an
offense if the person, without lawful authority to do so,
intentionally, knowingly or recklessly possesses or manufactures a
weapon of mass destruction.
(b) Use.--A person commits an offense if the person, without
lawful authority to do so, intentionally, knowingly or recklessly
sells, purchases, transports or causes another to transport,
delivers or causes to be delivered or uses a weapon of mass
destruction and if such action causes any of the following:
(1) Illness or injury to another individual.
(2) Damage to or disruption of a water or food supply or
public natural resources, including waterways, State forests
and parks, surface water, groundwater and wildlife.
(3) Evacuation of a building, place of assembly or
facility of public transportation.
(c) Grading.-(1) A first offense under subsection (a) constitutes a
felony of the second degree. A subsequent offense under
subsection (a) constitutes a felony of the first degree.
(2) An offense under subsection (b)(1) constitutes a
felony of the first degree. If the offense results in the death
of an individual, the defendant shall be sentenced to life
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(3) An offense under subsection (b)(2) or (3) constitutes
a felony of the first degree.
(d) Restitution.--A person convicted of violating this section
shall, in addition to any other sentence imposed or restitution
ordered under 42 Pa.C.S. 9721(c) (relating to sentencing
generally), be sentenced to pay restitution in an amount equal to
the cost of the evacuation, including, but not limited to, fire
and police response; emergency medical service or emergency
preparedness response; and transportation of an individual from
the building, place of assembly or facility.
(e) Preservation of private remedies.--No judgment or order of
restitution shall debar a person, by appropriate action, to
recover from the offender as otherwise provided by law, provided
that any civil award shall be reduced by the amount paid under the
criminal judgment.
(f) Possession.--For purposes of this section, an individual
shall not be deemed to be in possession of an agent if the
individual is naturally exposed to or innocently infected or
contaminated with the agent.
(g) Enforcement.-(1) In addition to the authority conferred upon the
Attorney General under sections 205 and 206 of the act of
October 15, 1980 (P.L.950, No.164), known as the Commonwealth
Attorneys Act, the Attorney General has the authority to
investigate and to institute criminal proceedings for a
violation of this section committed:
(i) anywhere in this Commonwealth;
(ii) in different counties; or
(iii) in this Commonwealth and another jurisdiction.
(2) Each district attorney has the authority to
investigate and to institute criminal proceedings for a
violation of this section.
(h) Jurisdiction.--No person charged with a violation of this
section shall have standing to challenge the authority of the
Attorney General under subsection (g)(1). If a challenge is made
in violation of this subsection, the challenge shall be dismissed,
and no relief shall be available in the courts of this
Commonwealth to the person making the challenge.
(i) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Biological agent." A natural or genetically engineered
pathogen, toxin, virus, bacteria, prion, fungus or microorganism
which causes infections, disease or bodily harm.
"Bomb." An explosive device used for unlawful purposes.
"Chemical agent." Any of the following:
(1) A nerve agent, including tabun (GA), sarin (GB), soman
(GD), GF and VX.
(2) A choking agent, including phosgene (CG) and
diphosgene (DP).
(3) A blood agent, including hydrogen cyanide (AC),
cyanogen chloride (CK) and arsine (SA).
(4) A blister agent. This paragraph includes:
(i) Mustard (H).
(ii) Sulfur mustard (HD).
(iii) HN-1.
(iv) HN-2.
(v) Nitrogen mustard (HN-3).
(vi) An arsenical, such as lewisite (L).
(vii) An urticant, such as CX.
(viii) An incapacitating agent, such as B2.
(5) Any other chemical element or compound which causes
death or bodily harm.
"Nuclear agent." A radioactive material.
"Weapon of mass destruction." A biological agent, bomb,
chemical agent or nuclear agent.
(June 28, 2002, P.L.481, No.82, eff. 60 days)
2002 Amendment. Act 82 added section 2716.
Cross References. Section 2716 is referred to in sections
5708, 6105 of this title; section 9714 of Title 42 (Judiciary and
Judicial Procedure).
2717. Terrorism.
(a) General rule.--A person is guilty of terrorism if he
commits a violent offense intending to do any of the following:
(1) Intimidate or coerce a civilian population.
(2) Influence the policy of a government by intimidation

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or coercion.
(3) Affect the conduct of a government.
(b) Grading and penalty.-(1) If the violent offense is a misdemeanor or a felony of
the third or second degree, an offense under this section shall
be classified one degree higher than the classification of the
violent offense specified in section 106 (relating to classes
of offenses).
(2) If the violent offense is a felony of the first
degree, a person convicted of an offense under this section
shall be sentenced to a term of imprisonment fixed by the court
at not more than 40 years and may be sentenced to pay a fine of
not more than $100,000.
(c) Definitions.--As used in this section, the following words
and phrases shall have the meanings given to them in this
subsection:
"Dangerous to human life or property." A violent act or an act
which is intended to or likely to cause death, serious bodily
injury or mass destruction.
"Mass destruction." An act which is intended to or likely to
destroy or cause serious damage to transportation-related
infrastructure or facilities, energy-related infrastructure or
facilities, public or private buildings, places of public
accommodation or public works under circumstances evincing
depraved indifference to human life or property.
"Violent offense." An offense under this part, including an
attempt, conspiracy or solicitation to commit any such offense,
which is punishable by imprisonment of more than one year and
involves an act dangerous to human life or property.
(July 7, 2006, P.L.342, No.71, eff. 60 days)
2006 Amendment. Act 71 added section 2717.
Cross References. Section 2717 is referred to in sections
6801.1, 9714 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163
June 22, 2016
Dr. Mastropietro, System Chief Medical Officer
Lancaster Regional Medical Center,
250 College Ave
Lancaster, PA 17603
Re:

Our Encounter at Turkey Hill on Columbia Avenue on June 20, 2016 and my
Mental Health Record

Dear Dr. Mastropietro,


As far as I can see, I was under your care dating back to 1981. We have had a long
relationship and you unfortunately refuse to understand my situation and believe me when I tell
you that I am a Victim of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control. We have had many conversations, even in
your office at Lancaster Regional Medical Center, as the System Chief Medical Officer. I have
entered the U.S. Federal Court System on May 16, 2005 all in an effort to undo the fabricated
mental health history that you and Dr. Al Shulz have helped to promote, along with a long list of
other medical professionals, including the powerful Lancaster General Health Organization.
What has struck me as an important fact that I just a few minutes ago unearthed is your
past service in the U.S. Navy. That is, of course, the same service of my father, Samuel P.
Caterbone, Jr., and his father, Samuel Caterbone, Sr. of Book Road, West Lampeter. Now the Navy
has an extensive public record regarding it's role in developing some of the technologies and
weapons of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control, and of course my father has stated in writing on several
documents to me that his experimentation began while he was serving as an Aerial Gunner in the
years 1943 to 1946.
For the record, for years I too was under the belief that I was suffering from a mental
illness. The propaganda and brainwashing machine of the responsible parties was and still is very
effective. And, I, the foolish one again, putting my trust in someone not deserving, set the
fabricated mental health record in motion in December of 1986. I was having a problem with my
partners at Financial Management Group, Ltd., that year. After I founded and developed that
company, my partners decided that I was no longer useful, or should I say, they wanted what I
had built, lock, stock and barrel, so to speak. Now, after further analysis, I am beginning to think
that it was not their ideal after all, but something much more cynical and much more criminal. It
might just have been the Good Old Boys, or the Manheim Township Police, or the power elite of
Lancaster, or the powers to be of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control. Take your pick, I am stating for
the record, there is no way possible it was just another insider company takeover, especially
considering that in 1983 Gibson Armstrong solicited me to buy 1000 shares of International Signal
and Control, plc., That may have been part of a much broader master plan, in and above itself.
Now, back to December of 1986, given my knowledge of my family history, the fabricated

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history, I was diligent in seeking the advice of my client, Dr. Al Shulz when I began to feel down
from the attempted takeover of my stock, my positions, and ultimately my career. I remember Al
saying well Stan, given your extraordinary efforts and results in developing and putting on the
Eastern Regional Football Camp for the USFL, CFL, and NFL; the efforts and results of building
Financial Management Group, Ltd., and your success in building the Central Pennsylvania Chapter
of the International Association for Financial Planners, you must be suffering from Bi Polar
Disease. They played me like a fiddle. Anyway, I went to my brother Steve's home in Miami
Florida for Christmas Week, relaxed and came home and went back to work. I put together the
Digital Movie, my mortgage banking consortium for commercial real estate projects, and
eventually in the spring of 1987, for all practical purposes took control of the Financial
Management Group, Ltd., Board of Directors by swaying Alan Loss and Robert Long to vote
against Bob Kauffman and Mike Hartlett in the Planners Securities Group merger.
Then, on June 23, 1987 Mr. Larry Resch, from Untied Chem Con and International Signal
and Control, plc, or ISC came to visit and the rest is history. Enclosed are a host of documents to
prove my allegations and without a shadow of a doubt, totally eliminate any notion that I have
ever suffered from any form of mental illness. You are formally on notice that the next time you
discuss my mental health history in public, it will be civil and criminal slander and libel.

Respectfully,

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
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Dr. Mastropietro Bio
Dr. Mastropietro truly enjoys his position as the System Chief Medical Officer at both
Lancaster Regional and Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Centers and is regarded as a
leader in medicine in Lancaster County. He has nearly 40 years of practice in family medicine in
the County and is also a former owner of Mastropietro & Associates on Noll Drive. Chances are,
you, a member of your family or a friend have been treated by Dr. Mastropietro over the years!
A native of Thornwood, New York in Westchester County, Dr. Mastropietro attended Villanova
University for his undergraduate degree, Georgetown University for his Medical Degree, served in
the US Navy, and completed his residency right here in Lancaster County. He has also served on
countless local medical boards and committees throughout the County during his long career in
medicine.
Married and a father, in his spare time, Dr. Mastropietro loves to read history, study politics and
religion, cook and eat Italian food, enjoy wine and is also a big fan of the NY Yankees and NY
Giants. (He jokes that all of those, with the exception of his love of history, will surely get him into
trouble!) He also states that he used to be athletic, but having had many parts replaced, hes now
more sports spectator than participant.

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Humana Correspondence Office
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Lexington, KY 405124601
Re: Purchase and Installation for Whirlpool Bath To Alleviate Back Pain
Dear Claims Department,
On April 22, 2016 a nurse arrived at my home with photo identification for my third party
Medical Matrix health review. The nurse became annoyed and started to harass me. She kept
trying to get me to terminate the meeting without continuing the health review, which I did not
do. In our meeting I discussed my need for whirlpool spa treatments to help alleviate my back
pain. I reported to her that I once had an outdoor hot tub that worked miracles for my back pain
and recently contacted the company that sells and installs the step-in whirlpool spas. She
promised me that she would pass this information along to Humana and they would contact me.
A few weeks ago I called Humana and the customer service representative disclosed that
there was no record of my Medical Matrix Health Review in your records. In addition, I called the
Medicare hotline and they disclosed that it is very likely that you would cover the purchase and
install of a whirlpool spa for my bathroom. Enclosed is my documentation for your review and
considerations for my claim. I have included medical reports, prescriptions of pain medications,
and product specifications. The whirlpool spa that I selected is the only available spa that will fit
in my bathroom. My home was built in 1952 and is a 1000 sq. ft. row home in Lancaster, Pa.
The purchase price is $3,674.00. If need be, I could do the install. Please contact me as
soon as possible with your reply.
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June 16, 2016
J.C. Christensen & Associates
P.O. Box 519
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
Re:

JCC File #: 19640520


Original Account No. XXXX9017
Original Creditor: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Current Creditor: LVNV Funding LLC
Current Total Due: $3,389.10

NOTICE TO FILE FEDERAL COMPLAINT


I Stanley J. Caterbone, DEBTOR, do hereby file this NOTICE TO FILE FEDERAL
COMPLAINT in the above captioned matter.

Enclosed on CD-ROM are documents that will

provide the COLLECTION AGENCY that the PLAINTIFF is currently in Chapter 11, (Reorganization
of Debt) in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 15-10517;
which is currently in the Appellate Court U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
as Case No. 16-mc-49, See the enclosed document titled 16-MC-49 U.S. District Court Chapter
11 Bankruptcy Appeal STATEMENT OF ISSUES TO BE PRESENTED ON APPEAL, June 1,
2016 COMPLETE DOC.

In addition I wish to bring to the collection agency's attention the

retaliatory and harassing communications by the CREDITOR, Wells Fargo on many occasions
requesting payment and not accepting the disclosure of bankruptcy proceedings as being truthful.
Also the Agent and Customer Service Employee at the Wells Fargo Branch on Hershey Avenue,
Lancaster, PA has engaged in a stalking campaign since last summer and continues to this day.

Wells Fargo has engaged in a campaign of fraud and extortion through the posting of
erroneous fees on my checking account, then adding additional fees for erroneous non-sufficient
funds postings. I had several meetings with Branch Managers and Personnel stating these very
same complaints with no fair resolution, but rather the continued draining of funds from my
account.

One of the major problems was the posting of erroneous fees from Efax.

See the

attached INCCIDENT REPORT #58 and #68. See also my Biography as it relates to Federal Anti-

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Trust Laws.

In light of the enclosed document and it's disclosures, see the enclosed document titled
Superior Court 1561 MDA 2015

PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE To PA Supreme Court of

June 6, 2016, I am alleging that this civil complaint is meant as a means to harass and
intimidate the DEFENDANT.

In addition, this civil complaint may be in retaliation due to

the following given the

PLAINTIFF was given all case numbers as they relate the the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings:
1. The DEFENDANT is the AMICUS for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane in the
Superior Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District in Case No. 1164 EDA 2016.

See the

enclosed documents relating to the above.


2. The DEFENDANT is the MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert in her Habeus Case in U.S.
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 14-02559, Third Circuit
Case No. 15-3400, 16-1149, and in the OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE, THIRD CIRCUIT Case
No. 16-03-90005.

Also, I am questioning the Notice of Hearing and it's form and format with regards to the
Pennsylvania Rues of Civil Procedure.

ALL CREDITORS WILL BE PAID WHEN ALL CIVIL ACTIONS IN BOTH


STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS ARE FAIRLY AND COMPLETELY LITIGATED
TO A FAIR AND REASONABLE RESOLUTION.
SEE THE ATTACHED
REORGANIZATION PLAN FOR MORE DETAILS!
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ACTIVE COURT CASES


J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No.
1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-0603401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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Dr. Silvia Gratz, Medical Director
Fairmount Behavioral Health System
561 Fairthorne Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
Phone: 215-487-4000 / 800-235-0200
Re: Your Erroneous Diagnosis
Dear Dr. Gratz,
I am again going to provide you with a wealth of information that will conclusively, beyond
any doubt, provide evidence of my sworn testimony and my disclosures during my three 303
Hearings and your interviews with me over the last 6 years. There is about 305 files in the
directors of the DVD. I am speaking specifically of April 2010, July of 2015, and most recently in
February of 2016. The following is my AMICUS filing for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen
Kane. You can have your solicitor look up the Superior Court Case 1164 EDA 2016 to find me
listed as a party to the case as the AMICUS.
With regards to the complete medical file that I ordered and received, the reason that I
canceled the check is due to the fact that entire file, some 300 pages was in a state of disarray
and was not even remotely organized in a manner that was sufficient for any purpose or use. I
would expect that FAIRMOUNT would have sent me the correct file by now, being that I did leave
a message the following day that I was in the office to pay and pick up the file with Medical
Records.
Respectfully,
Date: June 13, 2016

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


EASTERN DISTRICT
IN RE:

Case NO. 1164 EDA 2016

Montgomery Court Case No.


Docket No. 8423-15:

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA :
v.

KATHLEEN KANE

AMICUS CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF KATHLEEN KANE'S (ATTORNEY GENERAL)


MOTION TO QUASH BASED ON SELECTIVE AND VINDICTIVE PROSECUTION

TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT:


AND NOW comes before the said court Stanley J. Caterbone, appearing Pro Se, and Advanced
Media Group, as Movant, to file an Amicus in the above captioned case.
The Movant has an interest in this case as also being a victim of SELECTIVE AND VINDICTIVE
PROSECUTION by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office dating back to the myriad of prosecutions by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1987, 2005,
and 2006 while a resident of the County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Most of which have been

dismissed without any convictions, most without any trials, which according to law are false arrests and
false imprisonments. The MOVANT was a Federal Whistleblower in the United States v. International
Signal and Control, Plc., case of 1991.
This amicus provides a voice for the Movant as well as providing another perspective and opinion
that should benefit the courts; the parties; and the public-at-large.

The matters presented in this

amicus have a direct relevancy in the disposition of this case as it does in the Attorney General's
(Kathleen Kane) fight to restore integrity and equity to the Judicial System of Pennsylvania, which
affects all of the residents of the COMMONWEALTH. The

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she is in a battle with the 'old boys' network' of Pennsylvania and the MOVANT has written extensively
about this same select group over the years beginning in 1998. In an interview with Brian Taff of WPVI
on February 16, 2016 the Attorney General is quoted as saying Everybody makes mistakes. I
knew there was a good old boy network, everyone does. I had no idea how deep and how
powerful that network actually ran. The fact that I took it on and I wasn't silent about it and
that I am determined to tear that down, I think that's what my legacy will show.
In a 1998 narrative the MOVANT wrote the following This story was perpetuated through a
gross miscarriage of justice: a tenure of malicious wrongdoing by both the law enforcement
community of Lancaster County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as
community leaders. A process that continues to obstruct Stan Caterbone's rights for justice.
It's mannerisms reach into the inner soul of political and judicial corruption. All in the name
of greed, and all in the honor of continuing the status quo of the "Good Ole Boy's" club of
Lancaster County. A process obsessed with keeping it's disclosure from escaping beyond the
confines of "Pandora's Box". It's a tenure of power that evolved from the days of this
country's earliest settlers, but an evolution that has somewhere strayed away from the
intent of our constitution; with total disregard for the law, in total disrespect for the
Constitution, and void of many of our civil liberties. This atrocity, like the Lambert case,
would have made our founding forefathers revel in disgust and bellow in despair. In
fact, their spirits and energies probably are!
In 2009 Opednews.com printed the narrative in full and the MOVANT wishes this said court
to consider it's content in it's final deliberations in support of dismissing all prosecutions against
the Attorney General of Pennsylvania.

In addition attached are supporting documents to

advanced the credibility and integrity of the MOVANT.

These documents are attached as

EXHIBITS.
Diary: Lancaster County, The CIA, and U.S. Sponsored Mind Control ,
http://www.opednews.com/populum/diarypagem.php?f=Lancaster-County-The-CIAby-Stan-Caterbone-091125-169.html

In addition the MOVANT wrote to the ATTORNEY GENERAL on November 12,


2015 and stated the following Back in 1998 I had a meeting with an NSA (National
Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Md) operative in a parking lot of a former car dealer in
York, PA. I had just attended a job fair and he approached me as I was about to get into
my car. He introduced himself as being from the NSA and I questioned him about why
they would not leave me alone. His response was "It is not US (NSA) it's the Good Ole
Boys". I also have a huge problem with modified, stolen, and planted documents. We

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parted ways in an amicable fashion.


The ATTORNEY GENERAL returned a letter the following day that stated Dear Mr.
Caterbone, Thank You for your correspondence to the Office of Attorney General, we
will keep your information in our files. These are attached as EXHIBITS.

/S/
Date: April 28, 2016

Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se


Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA

17603

www.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
(717) 669-2163

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HAD LANCASTER COUNTY (Pennsylvania) LOST IT'S SOVEREIGNTY BEFORE IT LOST IT'S
SOUL?1
Authored in May of 1998
"Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes
out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope. And crossing each other from
a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current which can
sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression.".
by Robert F Kennedy

In 1987 This Plaintiff (Stan J. Caterbone) Had Unjustly Lost His Freedoms, His Rights, And His
Pursuit Of Life, Liberty And Justice.

The following report (most identities purposely omitted from this version) is an amazingly true and
factual account of an extraordinarily bizarre tragedy that has turned one man's life into an eleven
(11)2 year free fall into "Dante's Hell".
On the surface, this is a story of a victim (Stan J. Caterbone) struggling to seek the truth, but in
reality, the evidence will conclude that this is a victim, literally, held hostage by virtue of his truth.
Later, the preponderance of evidence that Stan Caterbone has amassed and his obsession for
meticulously documenting his ordeal might seem eccentric, yet his demonstrated ability to react to
events before they unfold appears mystical. And this was his manner in which he tactfully
defended and protected his life. It is these actions that have painted the landscape with a dire
vengeance for his ruin. His actions will ultimately serve to protect, preserve, and foster the truth
of his story, incriminating the culpability of his many perpetrators, while at the same time being
twisted and tainted in a relentless manner to attack his credibility.
This is a story of a human being endearing for his rights, living in fear of his life, and the remedial
actions required for the truth to set him free. A victim (Stan J. Caterbone) forever believing in his
accomplishments and his visions, yet forced to adhere to a life of their diversions. Fatefully, ten
years after being taken as a "political hostage", with the aid of numerous arrests and false
imprisonment's conveniently falling short convictions, a Federal Judge, Judge Stuart Dalzall, of the
Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania, opened a "Pandora's Box" into the true colors of the inner
workings and politics of ultra conservative Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a supposedly "God's"
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country. His findings reeled a dramatic and emotional response from the Lancaster County
community that was akin to the assassination of JFK. A community where "obstructions of justice"
strikes a startling and stark contrast to the image it so desperately embraces. A community proud
of it's "tough on crime" judges, a community of "plain folks" and Amish, and a community settled
in a beautiful landscape abundant in an agricultural bounty. This is not a community of
compromising integrity. Or so it has been perceived.
Judge Dalzall's extremely controversial findings were responsible for Pennsylvania's own crafting
of the "Laurie Bill", the retaliation by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania intended to curb the
Federal Courts interference within the respective state's own jurisdictions and proceedings. Or was
it a political maneuver to close the lid on "Pandora's Box"? The Pennsylvania Attorney General and
the Lancaster County District Attorney have both thrown all their might and all their muscle at
turning the tides of Judge Dalzall's findings. This story and Stan Caterbone's rights have been
violated and abused by some of the very same principals that were responsible for Judge Dalzall's
unsettling revelations. Lancaster County prosecutors were found to have engaged in one of the
grossest acts of prosecutorial misconduct "found in the English speaking language", which
allegedly occurred in this now famous Lisa Michelle Lambert case, a murder trial which began in
the summer of 1992. Subsequently, it is now in the midst of a treacherous appeal process
convened by Judge Dalzall. And if so, by fate, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; the home of the
"Freedom Fighters".
It is this public disclosure, that casts a new light and sudden hope for freedom into Stan
Caterbone's unbelievable and horrid story, that begun just four years prior to the murder of Laurie
Show. It is the decisive similarities of how both victims were subjected to a very calculated and
politically motivated attempts to "frame" and "fabricate circumstances" to obtain the results that
justified the means for illicit self-serving interests. This very same conduct, committed by public
servants, elected and enlisted to enforce the law, to which Judge Dalzell found so appalling.
Conduct, which violated the very same rights their respective offices are commissioned to protect.
Conduct, which strikes the meaning of "We The People" from our nation's very own Constitution.
Fortunately, Stan Caterbone's story is laced with a thread of faith, a faith in God. And because of
his faith, Stan Caterbone will forever regard Lisa Michelle Lambert 3 and Laurie Show as his little
"Angels of Justice", a Godsend. An answer to his many prayers, that for the first time in ten years
provided a small glimmer of hope, and a few moments of solitude that have materially justified his
own tragic experience. The realization that the truth is that much more believable because of the
trials and tribulations of Lisa Michelle Lambert. Unfortunately, this revelation came at the
unfortunate and untimely death of Laurie. However, it just may be God's intentions of a Higher
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Purpose.
This story was perpetuated through a gross miscarriage of justice: a tenure of malicious
wrongdoing by both the law enforcement community of Lancaster County and the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, as well as community leaders. A process that continues to obstruct Stan
Caterbone's rights for justice. It's mannerisms reach into the inner soul of political and judicial
corruption. All in the name of greed, and all in the honor of continuing the status quo of the "Good
Ole Boy's" club of Lancaster County. A process obsessed with keeping it's disclosure from escaping
beyond the confines of "Pandora's Box". It's a tenure of power that evolved from the days of this
country's earliest settlers, but an evolution that has somewhere strayed away from the intent of
our constitution;
with total disregard for the law, in total disrespect for the Constitution, and void of many of our
civil liberties. This atrocity, like the Lambert case, would have made our founding forefathers revel
in disgust and bellow in despair. In fact, their spirits and energies probably are!

AT ISSUE
The central issue in this story is a cover up, a cover up of mass proportions, and of perplexing
design, with national consequences. The fact of the matter is that this cover up has had
ramifications throughout this world; specifically the Middle East The cover up would be
emphatically unbelievable without the wealth of evidence, especially the recorded conversations
with Pennsylvania officials. A cover up that permeates from what will later emerge as the 4th
largest financial fraud (Billion Dollars) in the history of the United States coupled with the covert
sales of arms to Iraq. And five years after this cover up began, these same munitions were used
against our own troops in the Persian Gulf War. And of course, there are admitted ties to the
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA).. And this cover up and
story, which began in June of 1987, in Lancaster County, preceded criminal indictments by the
United States Attorney General, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS), the Department of Justice and Commerce, and more. A vast array of criminal
activities conspired from the ultra conservative Lancaster County, where God is supposedly
supreme, and it's hard line approach to crime is said to be preeminent. In June of 1987, Lancaster
County was immersed in a dynamic twist of fate, with a host of players which may never be fully
identified.
The irony of this story is how Lancaster County manages the disclosure of the very same criminal
activities that this story proves that it condoned, prior to the intervention of federal authorities. It

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most dramatically will prove the nature of it's integrity, or lack thereof. International Signal &
Control, (ISC) is the controversial player in this web of conspiracy. In 1987, ISC was the third
largest employer in Lancaster County, a non-discrete defense contractor. In all due respect to our
beloved country, this report is in no way challenging the policies or the activities of the
Department of Defense, or the vast agencies of the "Intelligence Community", especially the CIA
or the NSA (National Security Advisory). with regards to ISC's foreign dealings. Trying to protect
the world of malicious and evil empires is a process which never ends, and whose players are
constantly changing. And our respective intelligence agencies are continually challenged with the
task of trying to make a difference, in accordance with protecting our national security.
Unfortunately, given the nature of their discrete activities, and given the CIA's history of avoiding
congressional approval in certain situations, our current laws are void of effectively dealing with
the peripheral catastrophes of such activities that inherently transpire. The CIA remains immune,
while everyone outside suffers the consequences.
The fact that the CIA, or anyone of the other intelligence community, may have been involved,
does not grant a blanket of immunity over activities which were not material to protecting our
national security. If a company provides a service to anyone in the intelligence community, our
constitution, our laws, and it's respective commercial regulatory authorities, must still have the
full sense of their jurisdiction. The intelligence community may not have the right of intervention
into the commercial enterprise, or organization, circumventing the rights of its employees,
shareholders, creditors, and customers. No United States law or statute suggests that there is any
involuntary mandate that requires any of the preceding to compromise his or her interests in the
respective enterprise for the sake of national security, or the respective intelligence agency. There
must be considerations paid to all involved for those rights and interests that compromise such a
relationship. Otherwise, the CIA could effectively gain control of any domestic corporation it so
desires, without ever owning one share of its outstanding stock, simply by enlisting its product or
services for the sake of national security. The CIA requires a formal vehicle to enlist the aid of our
domestic commercial enterprises. ISC is a proven and unfortunate example of that.
Stan Caterbone was a shareholder of record of International Signal & Control (ISC) for the
previous four years prior to when this tragic ordeal began. Stan Caterbone was to purchase the
stock from now Republican Pennsylvania Senator Gib Armstrong, who was in the brokerage
business at the time and selling ISC stock. The stock was sold over the London Securities
Exchange, supposedly for reasons to suppress information. Stan Caterbone was interested in the
stock because of his appetite for technology, and was more curious about the business of ISC,
than anything. In fact, Stan Caterbone had never made any inference to any of the illicit dealings
with Iraq. However, the perpetrators of this story, attempt to hide behind a vale of "national
security," in an effort to find legal immunity from all wrongdoing. In accordance, the record will
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prove that this is merely a smoke screen used to intimidate and obstruct Stan Caterbone's access
for due process of the law.
The trials and tribulations of Stan Caterbone are unprecedented in terms of emotional and
psychological duress, fortunately his indestructible faith in God, and his enduring belief in himself
and the truth, endures his life. There was one attempt on the his life, days within the public
disclosure of the CIA's involvement with the local Lancaster County defense contractor (ISC),
which Ted Kopel reported on ABC News Nightline, on May 23, 1991, 4 years after the initial cover
up began. This story will depict a series of systematic and strategic offensive attacks upon Stan
Caterbone and his businesses that will result failed business enterprises, and a Hollywood motion
picture, deserted. An impeccable professional reputation and a flawless credit rating purposely
sabotaged. Financial opportunities, that in 1987, were almost impossible to extrapolate, Vast
financial opportunities and aspirations forever a part of history. This horrendous Crime was
perpetrated for the interest of a cover up, further protecting the corrupt enterprises of Lancaster
County's International Signal & Control (ISC). A quest for justice that polarized every relationship
Stan Caterbone maintained, in Lancaster County and beyond, including friends and family. This
story demonstrates a methodology of his perpetrators for keeping Stan Caterbone "quarantined"
from justice and public disclosure, through a malicious means of "credibility" proponents, and
horrendously deceptive tactics. Financial motives prominently displayed in the hands of all of the
perpetrators, which absolves the burden for a traditional conspiracy.
The emotional response to the truth of this story is compelling, to say the least. Subsequently, the
startling keen sense of perception that Stan Caterbone had demonstrated is even more intriguing.
It is this extraordinary quality that is responsible for saving his life, while yet at the same time
providing his perpetrators with an alibi and a vehicle for discrediting his startling allegations and
his story. This story embellishes a dichotomy of perception that had Hollywood producers from his
film project call his work genius, while his perpetrators from the Lancaster County Community
conveniently and maliciously labeling him as "insane" and "emotionally disturbed."
THE LANDSCAPE
The perplexing question of Stan Caterbone's intelligence, or lack thereof, is best analyzed as a
question of perception. However it terms of the legal consequences of the activities contained
herein, they are of little if any relevancy. The fact of the matter is that the "mental deficiencies"
have very little relevancy to this story, other than serving as a means to discredit Stan Caterbone,
a vehicle to facilitate the cover up, and a blanket of immunity for all of the perpetrators.
The heart of Stan Caterbone's legal dogma is best described as follows: If a person, is perceived

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to have a "mental deficiency"; yet whose actions and decisions are always proven to be
instinctually and amazingly prudent, always abiding within the law, and in the best interest of his
affairs, what rights and protection do the laws afford him from persons abusing that perception, in
order to yield political and financial rewards, as a direct consequence of his demise? Furthermore,
how does the law protect his rights, if any and all malicious acts against Stan Caterbone, are
constantly and immediately disregarded because he is perceived to not to be "credible"? As this
story unfolds, these questions will become even more troubling and appalling. Although Stan
Caterbone could never describe the pain of his trauma, he would often say that the closest
situation that may compare is that of a woman being continuously raped, night after night,
helplessly praying for relief, struggling to free herself from her captor, all with no avail. He would
call it as being "brain f------".
Stan Caterbone, coming from the lower middle class of Lancaster City, was only 29 years old when
this tragedy began. Coming from a broken home, he was the third of six boys. While at a very
young age, he would help his mother run a dry cleaning business, in an amazing similarity like
Lisa Michelle Lambert, he had also nursed his mother during bouts of depression. While in high
school, he was nursing his mother's depression, while at same time tending to his older brothers
bouts of schizophrenia. Stan Caterbone had learned to listen to the obscenities of mental illness
since he was a child. He learned to fill the shoes of his absent father in helping his mother raise
his three younger brothers.. Stan Caterbone was often called the "little old man" because of his
extraordinary maturity as a child. Stan Caterbone was determined to break the "barrier" of the
"Good Ole Boy's" club or the power elite, and had always felt a sense of compassion for those less
fortunate, and those neglected by those of material means, the oppressed and impoverished. He
had an undivided aspiration to someday make a difference to those that could not help
themselves, especially his older brother. Through his ingenious, resourceful, and honest business
approach, he was relentlessly growing his business and their respective missions, in constant
reminder of his oppression. His in depth understanding of computer technology and his vision
were his most powerful allies. Always pushing the envelope for advanced technologies and seeking
solutions for the most efficient means of his operations.. He knew that every break was going to
be few and far between, he dedication himself to his work, and married his business affairs,
always embracing his projects with a passion.
In 1986, after serving on the Board of Directors for the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of
International Association of Financial Planners (IAFP), Stan Caterbone had made a large
contribution to increasing its membership and it's awareness among local professionals, as it's
vice president. In an effort to promote the organization, Stan Caterbone solicited a nationally
recognized and prominent financial planner from Washington, D.C., to be a headline speaker at a
dinner meeting. Ms. Alexandra Armstrong, one of the most nationally recognized financial
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planners, often headlined in Money Magazine, attracted 100 industry professionals to the
Treadway Resort Inn. The attendance was unprecedented for the local IAFP chapter. The IAFP is
the authoring organization for certification as a financial planner. It was through the direct
conversations with Ms. Armstrong regarding his ideas and her experience, that inspired Stan
Caterbone to pursue his ambitions of growing his own financial firm, which he began in the
following months.
Disgruntled with the conflicts of interest and the lack of incentive for various professionals to work
together in managing one's wealth, a process which lacked efficiency, this entrepreneur founded
the firm Financial Management Group, Ltd., or FMG as it was often called. The firm was to
incorporate a "one-stop-shopping" strategy and incorporate financial services, legal, accounting,
tax preparation, real estate, insurance, mortgage banking, and estate services all in one firm, all
residing in one location, all taking advantage of the synergistic approach toward managing wealth.
And to provide the professionals long term security and equity participation, all participants were
encouraged to purchase stock in the company. This was a new and innovative approach that
attracted a lot of attention from investors and clients, but also came a lot of nervous twitches
from competitors, especially in conservative Lancaster County.
Stan Caterbone began recruiting professionals from all of the other firms, with great success. He
had enlisted two partners whom he had worked with at IDS/American Express, to carry out his
mission, which he began after extensive market studies and his early version of the company, Pro
Financial Group, Ltd., His two partners had followed Stan Caterbone to an independent broker
dealer in Atlanta, named Financial Services Corporation, where Ms. Alexandra Armstrong was
associated, and encouraged Stan Caterbone to visit, during their discussion after dinner. Within
one year, by June of 1987, the firm had invested over $40 million for respective clients.
The company had developed satellite offices throughout Pennsylvania and in several other states,
through his unique design. This firm was causing the other financial services companies and the
local banks in Lancaster County a run for their money. The firm had built a new 20,000 square
foot office building just a few miles north of the city. The firm was attracting clients, associates,
and nervous attention from, well just about everybody. Considering the capabilities, legal, real
estate, insurance, financial services, accounting, FMG was making as many enemies as it was
making friends. And Stan Caterbone always believed in the premise that it's always better to have
people talking about you, regardless of the matter, than to have no one notice you. And they were
talking. Stan Caterbone was only in his late twenties when he started this organization,. He held
several positions; he was Executive Vice President and Secretary of Financial Management Group
Ltd, and President of FMG, Advisory, Inc., which was one of the many subsidiaries parent company
owned. Stan Caterbone acted as the architect and legal administrator of the organization, in

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addition to building his own financial planning clients. He filed all of the articles of incorporation in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and submitted all of the tedious and rigorous filings necessary
for the Pennsylvania Securities Commission, which were very demanding considering Stan
Caterbone, was selling stock of his company to his associates and investors. Stan Caterbone and
his associates had also attracted some very prominent Lancastrians's to invest in his venture,
coming from various professional circles, all infatuated with this extraordinary and intriguing
concept of this young victim (Stan J. Caterbone). All had seen it's potential for success and
financial reward.
Many of his friends were involved, and in Lancaster, everyone knows everybody, so it seams.. And
everyone talks, gossip is as common as jogging. This exaggerated trait of Lancaster County, will
later to come back to haunt Stan Caterbone, in a way that is most sickening. In a way that will
parallel the attitudes and sentiments in the Lisa Michelle Lambert story.
In 1987, his business affairs were reaching a point of incredible success. In fact, most of his
family and friends, have always questioned the merits of their legitimacy. He always conducted his
affairs with the presumption that time could not afford the opportunity to complete his agenda,
while at the same time disclosing his business affairs to persons that were not directly involved..
Accomplishing his mission was first and foremost. But in Lancaster County, that was difficult.
Lancastrians's have a notion to fear what they don't know, and will always believe what they think
they know, regardless of its merits. In Lancaster County new ideas are shunned unless coming
from their own, and their own ideas are often kept close at bay, inhibiting progress and stymieing
learning. By June of 1987, a majority of his business affairs were conducted out of the grasp of
Lancaster County, his unknown activities made others curious, especially in Lancaster County,
where the blessing of the power elite was essential for success. But, deep down inside, he knew
he could never be accepted, because he did not descend from a family of "social grace". This
fueled his aspirations for success even further, committed to prove that intelligence was innate
and learned, not a direct correlation to material wealth or social grace.
An elder attorney, Mr. Kenellm Shirk, a very respected and prominent older Lancaster attorney,
who was part of the status quo, provided one of his most cherished testimonials to his concept,
his reputation, and his mission. Mr. Shirk had petitioned the Pennsylvania Bar Association, after
meeting with Stan Caterbone, to obtain their blessing and their knowledge of any laws which
would forbid his firm to provide a satellite office in the headquarters of Financial Management
Group, Ltd., (FMG) Mr. Shirks firm was to provide a partner, and estate services to the clients of
FMG. The Pennsylvania Bar provided a lengthy recommendation that did not prohibit a
relationship, although cautioned it to proceed with careful review. The fact that the very young
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associate with his firm was an encouraging sign of respect. Ironically, Mr. Shirk is the father of Roy
Shirk Jr., Lisa Michelle Lambert's first attorney who represented her during trial of 1992, the
proceeding which was the center of Judge Dalzall's controversial and appalling findings. Stan
Caterbone prided himself on his entrepreneurship, and after building the foundation for FMG, he
set out to take advantage of its resources and it's synergism.
By June of 1987, Stan Caterbone had developed a fairly substantial mortgage banking relationship
with a Houston, Texas banker. That operation was capable of providing lending to potential
developers and businesses in the range of $ 3 million to $100 million. And the lending packages
were as competitive if not more competitive than the local lending institutions of Lancaster
County, capable with even higher lending limits. In a matter of months of securing this
relationship, Stan Caterbone and his partner were evaluating deals from Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, New York, Florida, and as far away as California.
There was a uniqueness to his capabilities that was very appealing to potential borrowers.
Because of the vast array of services of FMG, potential developers had the opportunity to obtain
both debt and equity financing through his companies. In plain terms, most shopping centers
raised capital by raising funds through investors coupled with a mortgage. This gave potential
developers one place to "take down the deal" rather than dealing with many other professionals at
the same time. It was a much more efficient process for all. Stan Caterbone was capable of
providing a mortgage, while at the same time selling shares in a shopping center through it's vast
client base of investors at FMG. This also gave Stan Caterbone a formidable presence into the
venture capital markets, by way of his strong ability to raise capital through his vast portfolio of
clients of FMG. And this was a rarity that developers and investors loved. Investors were attracted
because they could invest in equity type real estate projects with real sense of knowing the
developer, or "kicking the bricks" of the project. This was far different than investing in a
nationally syndicated project, with properties scattered all over the country, and with developers
that they did not know. The synergistic approach to his organization began paying dividends by
developing other peripheral markets and businesses.
Given the complex nature of Stan Caterbone's design of FMG, internal struggles within the
organization readily became the challenge. Orchestrating the relationships among all of the
different professionals, and trying to adhere to the interests of the clients, the professionals and of
the firm, FMG, managing the daily activities required immense thought and prudence on the part
of the principals. Of, course, Stan Caterbone assumed honesty and integrity to be a given. And for
most it was. However there were times when the senior partner engaged in tactical rights of
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In the later part of 1986, after Stan Caterbone had developed FMG to the point where it's future
was on stable grounds, his two partners conveniently attempted to circumvent his position and
regain control of his stock and the firm. In fact, after Stan Caterbone refused to collaborate on a
scheme to "set up" his other partner, the remaining two partners began to attempt to regain Stan
Caterbone's control. Through intimidating techniques, the partners began to attack his presence.
Stan Caterbone became agitated, especially because he played the lead role and was responsible
for the formation of the company, methodically designing and developing its foundation, with
great success. And now after the company was beyond it's point of greatest risk, due to in large
part Stan Caterbone's efforts, the other two partners wanted to take advantage of his work, and
"take the cream of the pie" for their own financial gain. It was a difficult task to carry out because
Stan Caterbone was the most respected of all three partners, consistently keeping their respective
policies in the best interest of the firm and of the other associates and stockholders. In fact, most
feared that the loss of control of Stan Caterbone would ultimately lead to adverse consequences.
However the two partners trued unsuccessfully to weaken his position, and when that didn't work,
they focused on weakening Stan Caterbone, via intimidation and humiliation The coup and hostile
environment caused a state of depression for Stan Caterbone, although he kept to his daily duties
and responsibilities, accordingly, he called a client and friend who was a psychiatrist, whom he
trusted and respected. It was easy access to a professional, yet on a very informal basis. Because
Stan Caterbone had a family history of "mental deficiencies", he wanted to seek the proper help.
The psychiatrist had diagnosed Stan Caterbone as having Bi Polar Mood disorder. The psychiatrist
had quickly discounted any correlation between the current state of affairs, and his partner's
abuse. The psychiatrist rationale was that "because the startup of the company was so successful
in such a short period of time" , and his demonstrated intelligence and creativity, Stan Caterbone
must have been in a state of mania, and of course now, was subsiding in a state of depression,
the typical cycle for manic depressants. Stan Caterbone complied with the psychiatrist. And after
refusing to sell out to his partners, vowed to regain his business and rescind any efforts to give up
his claim to his accomplishments. The depression soon faded. Stan Caterbone never disclosed the
fact that he had sought help to anyone other than family members. This coup lead to Stan
Caterbone's aggressive approach to grow the business, and to posture himself in projects that
would ultimately remain in his control, out of the influence of his partners. Particularly of most
interest was saving the mortgage banking activities and the digital movie, which he did
successfully, but apparently too successfully.
THE "DIGITAL MOVIE"
Through an act of fate, in February of 1987, Stan Caterbone found himself in a meeting with Tony
Bongiovi at Power Station studios. Through one of his partners, he reluctantly traveled to New

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York to consider financing a motion picture. Stan Caterbone's own lack tolerance for the risk
associated with film investments was overshadowed by the opportunity to visit a recording studio.
Although his associate was a friend of Tony's, he was not familiar with his accomplishments, or his
work, so he thought. If nothing else, it was a weekend away from Lancaster, and a chance to visit
the Big Apple. Intriguingly, he found more than he had ever imagined on that weekend excursion.
Tony Bongiovi, a musical genius, who's credits include one of the most recognized recording
studios in the country, Power Station Studios. Tony Bongiov produced the sound track for "Star
Wars", and is responsible for the format of one of the most successful recording artist of the 80's,
Jon "Bon Jovi", his cousin. Power Station has recorded the albums for some of the most influential
artists of all time, including Diana Ross, Madonna, The Rolling Stones, Steve Winwood, Bruce
Springsteen, etc., Tony, an eccentric genius, of Italian decent, had many talents, from music to
aerospace engineering. Stan Caterbone's associate's sister met Tony while he flew his plane into
Lancaster's airport for repairs. They dated for some time and Stan Caterbone's associate and Tony
became friends, which led Stan Caterbone to Tony's Power Station Studios.
Tony was looking to finance his new project, which was to be the first digital movie. And, given
Stan Caterbone's extreme appetite for technologies, coupled with his amazing sense of
perception, he dramatically recognized the future evolution for the technical merits of delivering
digital video and digital audio entertainment to the mass markets. By June of 1987, Stan
Caterbone was positioned as the Executive Producer, collaborating with Flatbush Films of
Hollywood California, the movie producers, entrusted with the mission of finding investors to
provide funding for the "first digital movie", and to manage the ensuing business elements it
required.
The movie was to be shot "on-location" at the Jersey shore points, mostly in Wildwood. Tony
strategically envisioned making a movie in the horror genre. There were several specific reasons
that supported this strategy. First, he determined that it was the least expensive format to
produce, we all estimated a budget of $4 million for the production and post production. Secondly,
the horror genre would compliment a very intense sound track. The sound track was important to
enhance the new digital format, and also provide the means to introduce a new band that he had
been grooming in his studio for the past several years, "French Lick", his predecessor to "Bon
Jovi". There had been bad blood between Tony and his cousin "Bon Jovi", which resulted in legal
disputes pertaining to Tony's financial interests in Jon's success. It was an unfortunate situation
considering Tony's father and Jon's father were brothers living in the same area. It was a subject
that Tony never wanted to discuss, except for his contributions toward Jon's career.
If by another act of fate, Stan Caterbone had the privilege of meeting one of the many superstars
while working at Power Station studios. While growing up, at an early age, Stan Caterbone would

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sneak up into the bedroom of his oldest brother, and start up his old General Electric stereo
phonograph and listen to his favorite album - Diana Ross and the Supremes. It was a passion and
a ritual that provided an early infatuation to music, and to Diana Ross. Stan Caterbone was only
10 or 11 years old. And at this early age, he noticed and listened to the annoying hiss, that
conventional hiss that always seemed to overshadow the music, whether played on an album, on
the radio, 8-track tape, or cassette.
And in a mystical twist of fate, while engrossed in a project dedicated to delivering music without
that hiss (digital) - Stan Caterbone opened the door to the recording suite to pack his bags for the
journey back to Lancaster; - and there she sat, with a glowing array of beauty, more beautiful
than any picture could ever tell, Ms. Diana Ross. She was pregnant and in the middle of a
recording session, for a new album. Her assistant quickly demanded, in a stern and protective
voice, that we leave, and Stan Caterbone and his associate replied "this is our makeshift bedroom,
we are just gathering our belongings". Stan Caterbone walked toward Diana Ross, who was seated
near his bag, and she asked "and who are you?", Stan Caterbone calmly replied his name and
absorbed as much of her beauty as his eyes could behold before walking out the door. The room
that was his bedroom the nigh before, and suddenly transfixed into the recording suite of Diana
Ross, thinking back some twenty years earlier, one of the many gifts that God would bestow upon
him. A living memorial and reminder to his older brother, who died on Christmas day of 1985, his
best friend who taught him two of his greater pleasures in life, Diana Ross, and listening to music.
He prayed that his brother was watching from above.
And so, the digital movie project that Stan Caterbone had embraced in 1987 had personal
significance, and he never ever doubted his instincts regarding the technical merits of the project.
Stan Caterbone's perception that the entertainment industry would deliver full length motion
pictures in a truly digital medium will later become a truly remarkable vision.
The technical merits of this project and at this particular time with respect to Stan Caterbone's
extreme sense of perception require analysis. To truly understand this time perception, some of
the attributes of digital technologies need to be fully understood. In 1987, Compact DISC (CD)
technology was only now being introduced to the commercial markets. Stan Caterbone's own
crafting of his joint venture proposals, dominated by the term "digital movie", is in itself some 4 or
5 years away. In 1987, there was very little use of the term "digital", with the exception of
research and development engineers. Stan Caterbone will, throughout the documentation of this
story, will have preceded a terminology that has literally become the root of most technological
advancements in the computer and telecommunications industries of our present day, 10 years
after Stan Caterbone's vision. Today, "digital" is found to be part of or referred to in just about
every product available in the commercial markets.

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During May of 1987, Stan Caterbone had created a joint venture proposal for SONY
Entertainment, Inc., for the digital movie. After weeks of researching the current state-of-affairs
within SONY, and after his proposal was completed, SONY publicly announced their desire to open
the markets for new and emerging technologies on the cover of TIME magazine, another
demonstrated sense of perception. It was this proposal, when delivered to one of the Hollywood
producers in Santa Monica, California, after reading a draft of the proposal she said "you are a
genius". The proposal was introduced to Tony Bongiovi at the Wildwood Boardwalk, where many of
scenes were to be shot, and he approved of the proposal and thought that it had great merits.
Tony, who wanted very to do with the business elements of his project, gave Stan Caterbone
complete authority to secure the financing of the project, with a salary as Executive Producer, and
a percentage of the profits on the back end.
After review of Stan Caterbone's research and proposal's, his vision and his passion, unfortunately
without his efforts, has come to be known as Direct Satellite System, or DSS, which is Sony's
satellite entertainment system (TV), delivering digital audio and digital video entertainment. That
technology is fast eroding at the cable industry. Stan Caterbone had his patent research center
around the PSDMS system, the Power Station Digital Movie System. And that was in 1987, some
seven years before SONY delivered his dreams. Later Stan Caterbone would also accurately
predict that the 90's would become the "Information Age" because of the direct contributions and
advancements of "digital technologies", which is directly responsible for the development of the
"INTERNET".
Stan Caterbone's obsession with his "digital movie" has proven to be one of his most remarkable
demonstrations of his keen sense of perception.
The author admitted in an affidavit in 1998 that he did not know the criminal culpability of Lisa Michelle
Lambert, and further argues that it was because of the prosecutorial misconduct and the erroneous
handling of the crime scene that the truth evaded both the prosecution and the defense as to who
actually killed Laurie Show.

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

INCIDENT REPORTS
November 4, 2015
IT IS NOT RIGHT AND NOT FAIR TO KEEP ME IN HARMS WAY LIKE THIS JUST TO KEEP
TORTURING ME! The Gray Administration Keeps Protecting the PERPS of 1252 Fremont
Street, and the IRISH Mafia; The same way they protected William "Lefty" Plank, who
previously owned the home. THAT HOUSE NEEDS TO BE CONDEMNED AND A MESSAGE
NEEDS TO BE SENT TO THE COMMUNITY OF LANCASTER UNTIL MY ISSUES ARE
RESOLVED IN A COURT OF LAW!
I TRIED TO DO THIS IN THE LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS MONTHS
AGO WITH AN EMERGENCY INJUNCTION, BUT THEY CORRUPT EVERYTHING. THE
FOLLOWING IS THAT CIVIL ACTION 15-06985
https://www.scribd.com/doc/274823715/Lancaster-County-Court-of-Common-PleasPreliminary-Emergency-Injunction-for-Relief-v-Residents-of-County-of-LancasterAugust-16-2015:
COINTELPRO - (an acronym for COunter INTELligence PROgram) was a series of covert,
and at times illegal,[1][2] projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting
domestic political organizations.[3]

1. Now the hackers are highlighting the numbers in yellow so they will not show up in
scrib.com. Nice, assholes. On Tuesday, November 3, I was physcally threatened on 2
different times. One in late morning while I was blowing the leaves off of my lawn. The
nutcase in 1252 Fremont Street, Bruny came out of nowhere and started ranting that
the leaves were blowing on her lawn, irregardless of the fact that I always make an effort
to blow their leaves to the street when I do mine. Then later that night, while having a
drink in the Lancaster Cigar Bar, I was set up and attacked by a member of the Lancaster
City Council his words. So today I kept presenting my proposed legislation on FACEBOOK,
https://www.scribd.com/doc/282224705/Advanced-Media-Press-Release-OrganizedStalking-and-Directed-Energy-Devices-and-Weapons-Bill-July-4-2015 . November 4, 2015
2. Again my computer was hacked. I could not use my Third Circuit Court electronic filing
system and had to go to the Lancaster County to file my documents to U.S. Third Circuit
Court of Appeals Case No. 15-3400. November 2, 2015
3. Saturday night at the Marriot was just as bad. When the Pflumm's show up, Dave,

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Abby, and Lizzy, I know why the trouble follows me. Tellius 360 again would not let
me in. This thing with the IRISH always stalking me is getting out of control. ITALIANS
are not beneath the law just because the IRISH control all the bars in that area. If you go
back and study the history of the ITALIAN migration into Lancaster City, here is a link:
https://www.scribd.com/doc/288174178/Advanced-Media-Group-s-Lancaster-CountyHistorical-Society-History-of-Italian-American-History-2 you will see that the ITALIANS
were once treated like the blacks were in this country. THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW!
November 1, 2015
4. Threatened by a patron on the Rooftop Bar at Aroogas having my first drink of the night at
about 10:30pm. First as I was smoking my cigarette outside, Brett Stabley stalks me and
walks into Annie Baileys, which is next door. Aaron Roda walks into Aroogas before me and
was on the Third Floor. Right after I got my first drink at the outside bar, this group of girls
leaves, and the next thing I know these two guys are standing next to me. I should have
known something was up when the bartender did not want me to close my tab on my first
drink. This perp was in my face saying I looked like I was "OIS" whatever that means, then
he said it was someone that did not belong to be with anyone and kept getting in my face.
I told him to be careful and went to complain to the Security guy on the Third Floor and
outside. The Security Guy outside got mad when I said I was going to the Police and yelled
"Whats your problem". I said I was going to have the place shutdown. Then I went to the
Marriot Bar and Todd Umstead, the Information Officer of the Lancaster City Police
Department was playing that night. No matter how many times I tried to be nice and civil
to him, he treated me like shit. What an asshole he is, but he can play the guitar and isn't
too bad as a singer. Sitting next to me was a guy who said he worked in the IT
Department for Fulton Bank. Of course I told him everything Then I met a nice girl from
Syria who Linked me and Friended me on FACEBOOK October 30, 2015.
5. Computer Hacking early in the morning, went to breakfast took computer, still hacked at
McDonalds on Columbia Avenue, was calling Superior Court of Pennsylvania and at same
time received 2 emails from Electronic Filing Account, both emails said "Reconsideration for
In Forma Pauperis" DENIED, but both emails contained cover letter with no ORDER, as
stated. Called Superior Court got suspicious explanation, called back 2 more times, and
could not verify authenticity of Superior Court, called FBI in Harrisburg, and Duty Agent
(female) told me I should have an attorney, told her I was calling Philadelphia Office.
Called Geek Squad for Toshiba Computer, which has been there since Tuesday, and they
said I needed a new keyboard, when in reality the computer is hacked. Got verbally
abused and harassed at the Geek Squad in Best Buy in East Lampeter Township, Again as
always. October 30, 2015
6. Another "INTERESTING" Visit to the Lancaster County Clerk of Court today. I have had
problems in that office since around 2006. Lately has been more so than most. Well today I
had to pay fees to continue my appeal to Superior Court since President Judge Denis
Reinaker DENIED my In Forma Pauperis application, of which I have had status since 2006.
Now today I had to give them cash for their $70.50 fee (Earlier they kept telling me the fee
was $16.50 when there own Fee Schedule says that should accept a check. The Lancaster
County Clerk of Court, Joshua Parsons did apologize and said he would change the Fee
Schedule. He did actually apologize, so I commend him for that, I just hope it was sincere.
We shall see. If it is sincere, he will have my support for Lancaster County Commissioner,
and he should have your support as well. October 29, 2015
7. The Geek Squad at Best Buy in East Lampeter SCREWED Me Again. I just got my Lenovo
Computer back last night. They found 30 files of MALWARE and I can now use my PDF
Writer. BUT NOW I CANNOT SCAN ANY DOCUMENTS. EVERY TIME THEY FIX SOMETHING
THEY BREAK SOMETHING ELSE! Now lets see what my TOSHIBA laptop can do when they
call me to pick that one up. Remember, the hackers disabled both computers on MONDAY,
October 26, 2015. October 29, 2015
8. Received email from Superior Court Electronic Filing that said "Order Denying Application
for Relief" which would mean the entire Appeal is DISMISSED. However when I checked
the docket it stated in comments that my motion to file exhibit was denied because it was

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not part of the lower court record, however the lower court record still was not received
from the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. The Exhibit that was denied was the
U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Exhibit outlining COINTELPRO with the Lancaster City
Police and Mayor Rick Gray. Again called the Superior Court and questioned if I was talking
to the actual Superior Court or was talking to someone else, especially since my phone was
cloned and hacked. Cannot determine who the PA Superior Court is and is not. Another
problem is that I was up there on Monday and when I was in the Superior Court
Prothonotary Office in the Pennsylvania Judicial Center I saw Lancaster City District
Magistrate Bruce Roth, who stalks me almost everyday in downtown Lancaster. In addition
after picking up computer from Geek Squad the evening before, my email alerts were
turned off. At around 11:00 am I received 22 emails from the evening before and the early
morning. Then I receive an email that my Wells Fargo Account had an overdraft of $73.00
but there was no such activity in my account. At 10:00 am LNP had a live Board Meeting
video broadcast regarding Mayor Rick Gray and Kieth Sadler's New Community Policing
Program, however, there was no audio due to hacking, October 28, 2015.
9. Here is the document that Brett Stabley and Dave Pflumm have a problem with. Who
hacked my computers while I was out yesterday afternoon? Now today at 12:30pm I have
to take both of my computers to the Geek Squad at Best Buy for repairs - AGAIN! WHO
BENEFITS FROM THE COMPUTER HACKERS PUTTING ME ESSENTIALLY "OUT OF BUSINESS"
AS FAR AS THE COURTS ARE CONCERNED? FULTON BANK, LANCASTER CITY POLICE, FBI,
RICK GRAY October 27, 2015
10.
October 26, 2015 - Case No. 15-3400 U.S.Third Circuit Court of Appeals re Lisa
Michelle Lambert Habeus REQUEST for HEARING by Appellant Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se
October 26, 2015 RECORDED
11.
October 26, 2015 - unjust enrichment also found in: Financial, Wikipedia.Unjust
Enrichment.
A general equitable principle that no person should be allowed to profit at another's
expense without making restitution for the reasonable value of any property, services, or
other benefits that have been unfairly received and retained.
12.
Got a scathing email from Pete Anders, the Chief of the Millersville University Police
Department when asked if I could attend Millersville University's Homecoming events, of
which I am an alumni, class of 1980. The stalkers, including but not limited to Erica
Wietzel of the Lancaster County Probation Office, just could not resist me at Jacks
Restaurant in Millersville today. i want to say thank you to the 2 barmaids, one waitress for
their courtesy and civility. The rest can kiss my ass! And to the black Millersville University
Police Pig that was stalking me as I left Millersville - Go To Hell! October 24, 2015
13.
This is Homecoming Weekend at my alma mater Millersville University. I graduated
in 1980. Now, back in 2009 I was accepted in the Millersville University Graduate Program.
I was using the Millersville Library's computers at that time. I had no internet connection at
my house, 1250 Fremont Street. I was using the Lancaster County Library Duke Street
Business Center, but they kept throwing me out because I was complaining about all the
people stalking, harassing, and hacking me there. This is what lead to the Case No. 0813373, CATERBONE v. Duke Street Business Center at the Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas (OPEN). Anyway in April of 2009 the same thing was happening, I was
getting harassed, stalked, and hacked while using the computers in Ganser Library.
Remember, I was active in local, state, and federal courts, as pro se. Anyway, I was at my
wits end as to how to proceed, so I simultaneously applied to Millersville's Grad Program
while also applying for Social Security Disability Benefits with symptoms and illnesses
related to U.S. Sponsored Mind Control (On August 26, 2009 I recieved a check for
$21,456.00 for 2008 benefits and $1360.00 per month with a 2005 date of officially
becoming disabled). Well, after trying to visit with numerous Departments on Campus to
try to figure out what classes to take at Grad School, things were getting so bad that I
called for a meeting with the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Anita Breaux. At the meeting I
was ambushed by a room full of people that kept asking me questions while trying to
hypnotize me. I walked out of the meeting, and the next thing I know I receive a formal

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NO-TRESPASS NOTICE via CERTIFIED MAIL. THE REASON WAS SIMPLE; TO KEEP ME FROM
HAVING ACCESS TO A COMPUTER SO AS TO SABOTAGE MY COURT CASES. ENTER
UNIVERSITY POLICE CHIEF PETE ANDERS.
This past week he kept me from attending a Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Mixer at the
Ware Center, which is owned by Millersville University. I am a Chamber Member. Last night
I tried again to see if he would grant permission to visit Millersville University events. The
following is the email exchange:
Stan Caterbone - May I Attend Homecoming Activities - Class of 1980!
Pete Anders - "You may not attend any homecoming activities being held on Millersville
University campus this weekend, or appear on campus in violation of the no trespass order.
If you appear in violation of the no trespass order you received and attached, you will be
arrested for trespassing.
You are warned that your ban also includes the Ware Center in Lancaster. This is spelled
out on the order. I did not receive your voice mail requesting permission to attend a
Chamber event until after the event. You did not have permission to be appear on the
property. Should you attend future events without express permission you will be
prosecuted. Have a nice weekend."
Stan Caterbone - "SOMEDAY YOU WILL BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND MADE TO ANSWER
THE QUESTION OF YOUR CRIMINAL INTENT TO HARASS AND LIBEL ME. GO TO HELL
JACKS IS NOT PART OF YOUR JURISDICTION, BY THE WAY! STAN J. CATERBONE"
"I DID NOT ATTEND THE CHAMBER EXPO, I STOOD ACROSS THE STREET WAITING FOR
YOU CALL, YOU ASSHOLE!"
Pete Anders - "Just awful, I do not sit at my desk waiting for you to call idiot."
Stan Caterbone - "WELL, AT LEAST I KNOW IT IS YOU RESPONDING. HAVE A NICE
WEEKEND. I WANT YOU TO MEET MY FATHER! (Sent the Effects of U.S. Sponsored Mind
Control Photos"
"By the way, I just talked to Millersville Boro Police Department and they confirmed that
Jacks Family Restaurant is not within your or the University's Jurisdiction, in case you
wanted to pull a fast one on me again!"
Pete Anders - "That is correct. Also, if you wish to watch the game, you can watch it from
outside of the gate from the roadway that is on Penn Manor property. A number of fans
watch every game from there because it is decent for viewing the game. It is not on
University jurisdiction, we often say hi to the fans that watch from that vantage point. If
you are there, I will give you a nod. Have a nice weekend," October 23, 2015

14.

October 23, 2015 Filed this in the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as
APPELLANT in the Lisa Michelle Lambert Habeus Corpus case, Case No.15-3400:I hereby
23rd
on this
day of October, 2015, submit for considerations in the above captioned case
the attached document as an EXHIBIT to be considered by the court in the deliberations of
this case. The Appellant is going on the record as to linking President Obama's
Administration (Not the President Per Se), the Military Complex, Lancaster Mayor Rick
Gray, and Lancaster City Police Chief Keith Sadler as being the Principals executing the
COINTELPRO-LIKE program against the APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone and ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP. In the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 08-13373,
President Obama, former Director of the CIA and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates were
named DEFENDANTS in or about 2010. There may also be undo influence between
Lancaster City Police Chief Kieth Sadler, formerly of the Philadelphia Police Department and
the Honorable Judge Paul Diamond, as evidenced by his at the least biased ORDER which is
under the Appeal. ". October 23, 2015
15.
Posted on my FACEBOOK PAGE: These are the same consortium of Right Wing
Zealots that are behind my criminal conspiracy and Kathleen Kane's! October 22, 2015
16.
BREAKING NEWS October 22, 2015 - This was filed as an EXHIBIT for the U.S. Third
Circuit Court of Appeals re: LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT Habeus Corpus of May, 2014. Pay
particular attention to pages 250 to 313. This is in Remembrance of My Father, Samuel

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17.
Tuesday, October 21, 2015 Waiting to get permission from Millersville University
Police Chief Pete Anders to attend the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Mixer - I am a
member of the Chamber.
18.
You can see the Chamber Mixer that I was to attend last night, but because of the
FRAUDULENT NO-TRESPASS NOTICE ISSUED BY A MR. PETE ANDERS OF THE
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT on the day I was served the Fraudulent
302 warrant from Detective Clark Bearinger, July 10, 2010; I WAS NOT ABLE TO ATTEND.
THE WARE CENTER IS OWNED BY MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY. HERE IS THE PROBLEM, On
June 19, 2015 I received the following email from the Assistant to the President of
Millersville University regarding my Civil Rights Complaint for the Fraudulent No-Trespass
Notice Filed in 2009 while I was in the midst of attending Millersville University's Graduate
Studies Program. October 21, 2015
19.
October 21, 2015 Posted on FACEBOOK: "In 2009 I was member to the outreach
committee for FFCHS. The day I was illegally served a fraudulent 302 psychiatric
commitment order in April of 2010 I was to attend a conference in Kentucky. I had also just
filed an Emergency Injunction v. Fulton Bank in the U.S. District Court for the
embezzlement of some $30,000 when they filed an illegal no-trespass notice and kept my
safety deposit boxes. It took months for me to get the contents of those boxes, including
the cashiers checks that were inside. They illegally drugged me in that hospital, one time
by having several psych techs hold me down and one administering an injection of a strong
dose of medicine used to treat psychosis. I was then put on a strong drug for 30 days that
completely altered my mind and made me in a state of compliance. I eventually dismantled
every social media site that I had online, including my website. The next 4 years I
remained in isolation, never wanting to leave my house. They broke me, mentally,
spiritually, and socially. Never Again!"
20.
BREAKING NEWS October 20, 2015 - I just finished completing some work at the
Lancaster County Library where I am not hacked. I found the following to be true and will
deliver my findings to the Lancaster County Prothonotary in a few minutes:
1. I am not able to find the existing Case No. 08-13373 in the File and Serve System. I
printed out the search results along with the docket sheet to show that I am searching for
the right case.
2. I logged into my ECF account for the Superior Court and found that the Superior Court
DID NOT rule on my In Forma Pauperis Reargument of October 14, 2015, which I filed
electronically.
3. My computer at home could not even open any completed cases or transactions in my
File and Serve Account. I am able to do that at the Lancaster County Library.
4. Back to Square One - Using the Lancaster County Library Computers, which is what
Case No. 08-13373 is all about in the first place, how ironic!
21.
BREAKING NEWS October 20, 2015 - ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Publishes 645
pages of Authentic and Original Documents of 1987 Proving a Consortium of Federal Civil
and Criminal Violations of the Law!
22.
BREAKING NEWS October 18, 2015 - PRIVATE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT Petition for
Review Appealed to Pennsylvania Superior Court. Private Criminal Complaint vs. Lancaster
City Police Bureau, et. al.,
23.
BREAKING NEWS October 19, 2015 - Stan Caterbone and Advanced Media Group
ACTIVE Federal-State-Local PLAINTIFF Court Case DOCKETS as of October 17, 2015
24.
After several attempts, my 36 part video series "Mental Telepathy and
Electromagnetic Weapons" finally has audio after 4 months of attempts to view, October
18, 2015.
25.
ANOTHER BLUETOOTH EARPIECE STOLEN LAST NIGHT! That is 2 in the last month,
October 17, 2015 later someone put it in the rear seat of my car, typical Gas Lighting.
26.
Another PHYSICAL THREAT AND VERBAL ASSAULT from "Beaner",one of the Helm
brothers married to a Valentino, at Valentinos Bar and Restaurant this morning after I had
eaten my breakfast. I had been going into the dining room for breakfast on occasion during

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27.
Attend the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Expo at Spooky Nook Sports Complex
as a Paying Member of the Lancaster Chamber, served spoiled egg sandwich, stalked,
especially by Jane Richter, harassed at most of the Booths, and even harassed by the
Security before leaving, October 16, 2015.
28.
Lancaster County Prothonotary and the Electronic Filing System PA File and Serve
collude and hack the system so I can't pull up the existing case, no. 08-13373 in the
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas and they keep refusing to accept filings.
29.
Computer Hacker Modifies In Forma Pauperis Reconsideration in Case No. 11082015 in the Lancaster County Clerk of Courts, Criminal Division for the Petition For Review
v. Lancaster City Police and Keith Sadler, October 16, 2015
30.
The Band Screamin Daisies Switches Dates of Show so I can't attend, October 16,
2015
31.
COINTELPRO - COINTELPRO (an acronym for COunter INTELligence PROgram)
was a series of covert, and at times illegal,[1][2] projects conducted by the United States
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and
disrupting domestic political organizations.
32.
Telepathic Harassment re Pflumm, Stabley, and Company October
33.
Prothonotary Office Audrey Conner - Deny ECF Filing (Request Updated In Forma
Pauperis Without Judge Authorization) v. Lancaster Chamber Harassment, October 8, 2015
34.
Electronic Filing Privileges Granted, Court of Common Pleas, Superior Court,
U.S. District Court, Third Circuit Court of Appeals. 6 Cases Active in U.S. Courts,
OBSTRUCTION OF DUE PROCESS. Court of Common Pleas Civil Div 08-13373 & 1506985, Criminal Div. CP-36-MD-1108-15, Superior Court of PA 1561-MDA-2015, U.S.
District Court 14-02559 Lambert, U.S. Third Circuit 15-3400 Lambert.
35.
Sheryl Crow Sings National Anthem, CNN Dem Debate, Way Off Key, October 13,
2015
36.
****DOOR SITUATION CAUSED BY LANCASTER CITY POLICE BREAKING IN USING
RAMROD ON JULY 10, 2015 WITH ILLEGAL 302 PSYCHIATRIC INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT
WARRANT BY DET. CLARK BEARINGER.*** I invoice Lancaster City $600.00 for new door
and install.
37.
2 Lancaster County Constables stalk at LCHS v. Manhiem Central Football Game,
October 9, 2015
38.
Go to Lowes after church at St. John Nauman, REFUSE TO REFUND $40.00 for
door hardware, October 11, 2015
39.
Wizard Lock INSTALLS NEW HARDWARE ON 2 DOORS - COST $281.97 October 9,
2015
40.
Install new hardware back door from Lowes, deadbolt will not work, October 8, 2015
41.
Installed New Front Door ($29.00 Habitat UStore) Lowes Deadbolt Will Not Work,
October 6, 2015
42.
Key to Door Knob Switched Locked Out of House, Had to break back screen door to
get in, October 7, 2015.
43.
Woman from 1245 Fremont Street Laughs at me when locked out on October 7,
2015.
44.
Constantly HARASSED AND STALKED AT WEIS MARKETS MANOR SHOPPING
CENTER, OCTOBER 2015
45.
Perps switch tobacco and have to Return Stale Tobacco to Brewers Outlet Manor
Shopping Center, October 7, 2015
46.
2nd Harassment Letter from Gov. Wolf General Counsel Jessica Diaz, October 9,
2015
47.
Lambert Case File in U.S. Third Circuit Case Corrupted, October 9, 2015
48.
Geek Squad HARASSMENT, Would not Give Back Computer, October 13, 2015
49.
Misc Items Stolen from home (pens, food,) , October 9-14, 2015
50.
1252 Fremont Street Harassment, October 9-14
51.
July and August Calendars DELETED, Iphone, October 12, 2015

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Computer Hack Electronic Filing Third Circuit 15-3400, October 13, 2015
53.
Patient First Urgent Care (x-ray blood lab ), Exposure to Pneumonia Germ,
Diagnosed, October 12, 2015
54.
COMPUTER CRASH New Computer (Aug 2), Hacker Corrupted OS, Geek Squad,
October 9, 2015
55.
Patient First Urgent Care, Back Pain Treatment, October 8, 2015
56.
Stolen Remote for Comcast DVR, Stolen from Basement Office/Bedroom, October 5,
2015
57.
Remote & TV in Outside Porch, Again changed menu so TV would not work, October
3, 2015
58.
Efax, Ocbober 3, 2015 - Again tried to charge $10.00 transactions to my
bank
account
Olde Hickory Restaurant, October 4, 2015 - Spoiled Potatoes, only gave me 10% off
59.
60.
Springhouse Taproom, September 30, 2015 - Overcharge $1.50
61.
Outside Front Porch Light, September 30, 2015 $12.00
Bluetooth Earphone, Stolen from Basement Office/Bedroom - $74.00 - On
62.
September 26, 2015
63.
Cigarette Lighter Stolen From Basement Office/Bedroom, October 1, 2015
64.
Tee Shirt Stolen From Basement Office/Bedroom, October 1, 2015
Humidifier - $100.00 - On September 29, 2015
65.
66.
1 Pair Khaki Pants left in washer with blue dye, $50.00, October 2, 2015
Spoiled Breakfast at Valentinos on September 29, 2015
67.
68.
$50.00 in new Efax Charges in Wells Fargo Account on September 29, 2015
69.
BREAKING NEWS October 1, 2015 - Complaint Filed Today v. 1252 Fremont Street
Residents Lancaster City Must RELOCATE to like-kind property and keep 1252 VACANT!
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THE LANCASTER COUNTY EXTORTION MODEL


1. On July 10, 2015 the LANCASTER CITY POLICE Break down my door with a ramrod for an illegal
petition for a 302 psychiatric hold. The door was permanently damaged and the deadbolt no
longer worked. It barely closed. I have photos of the event.
2. I invoice the Lancaster City Police for $600.00 after my brother tells me that the police told him
the City would pay for the door.
3. A few weeks ago, in anticipation of colder weather, and not wanting the cold air sweeping
through my door, I go to Lowes for pricing. They wanted about $350.00 for the door and another
$250.00 for installation. While there John Porter tells me that I can get a door at Habitat ReStore
for about $50.00.
4. On Friday, October 2, 2015 I got lucky and found the perfect door on sale and paid $29.00. I
also got a new knob and deadbolt set at Lowes for $18.00. I am ecstatic.
5. On Tuesday, October 6, my cousin, Sam Miller helps me out and picks up the door in his pickup
and helps me install the door and hardware. Problem #1 the key would not release from the
deadbolt after locking it. Problem #2 - The hardware took almost 2 hours to install, for some
unexplained reason. So I have a new door but still no deadbolt, just like when first started.
6. On Wednesday, October 7, I go to Lowes and decide to get another brand of hardware and
decide to get new hardware for my back door for a total cost of $40.00. I figure I would go to
Russell Locksmith, (the same company that changed my locks 2 hours after my meeting with ISC
Executive Larry Resch at my office at FMG, Ltd.,) and get all four (4) pieces, 2 knobs and 2

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deadbolts all keyed to just one key. Mission accomplished for $26.00. So far my total investment
is $113.00 WELL BELOW THE $600.00 THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE WERE BILLED FOR!
7. On Thursday, October 8, I spend way too much time trying to install the hardware, it just would
not align right. I end up with everything installed but the deadbolt on my back door. Could not do
it! Well, I thought about it and said maybe I should give in and get a professional, but still not
decided on what to do.
8. On Thursday evening I go to the Rooftop bar for one drink and come home only to find that my
key would not work in the doorknob on the front door. It worked fine all day. I pass the lady
across the street in front of my house, laughing at me, on my way to the back door. I had to
break the screen door lock to break into my own home!. Someone definitely rigged my front door
knob so it would not work. TYPICAL Gang Stalking type activity.
9. On Friday morning I visit with Wizzard Lock on North Prince Street and get an estimate of
approximately $100.00 for new hardware on both doors. I figure I would have them professionally
install the new locks, that way if anyone fucks with it again, I have someone to call.
10. FRIDAY AFTERNOON THE TECHNICIAN INSTALLS BOTH SETS IN A MATTER OF 20 MINUTES
AND BILLS ME FOR $281.97. MY ESTATIC SAVINGS OF $113.00 FOR A DOOR THAT LOOKS BRAND
NEW IS NOW A TOTAL OF OVER $400.00, NOT INCLUDING ABOUT
20 HOURS OF MY TIME! TYPICAL LIFE OF A WHISTLEBLOWER AND VICTIM OF U.S. SPONSORED
MIND CONTROL. LATER THAT EVENING AT ABOUT 6:00PM MY LAPTOP GETS HACKED AND WONT
EVEN TURN ON I GO TO THE GEEK SQUAD IN EAST LAMPTER BEST BUY TO DROP IT OFF FOR
ANOTHER REPAIR THE SIXTH TIME SINCE AUGUST 2, 2015. AND THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE
CALL ME MENTALLY ILL FOR COMPLAINING TO THEM THAT MY COMPUTERS GET HACKED.
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Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
Advanced Media Group

PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, and the Advanced Media Group are
victims of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and has been engaged in litigation in both Federal and State courts
seeking financial remedies and a resolution of his Civil Liberties and his Constitutional Rights. In 1987 Stan J.
Caterbone, while managing the financial firm the he founded, Financial Management Group, Ltd., Stan J.
Caterbone became a Federal Whistleblower when, as a shareholder, he claimed fraud and misconduct within
the international arms dealer and local start-up International Signal & Control, Plc., Some 4 years later ISC
was indicted and plead guilty to the 3rd largest fraud in U.S. history, some $1 Billion and selling arms to Irag
via South Africa. In June of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone became the Movant in the U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania case No. 5:14-cv-02559-PD for the Habeus Corpus Petition of Lisa Michelle
Lambert.
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From: scaterbone@live.com
To: polygraphsolutions@verizon.net; tmurse@lnpnews.com; james_doran@msn.com;
derrickcrobinson@gmail.com; info@satweapons.com; jimk@keareselectric.com;
pwenger@fultonbank.com; philip.caterbone@gmail.com; broda@lnpnews.com;
inventor0207@yahoo.com; lynnandmarie@live.com; welsh@mindjustice.org; pamsu@aol.com;
mtciidd@aol.com; sector9@police.co.lancaster.pa.us; binderuc@police.co.lancaster.pa.us;
bearingc@police.co.lancaster.pa.us; cosmorer@police.co.lancaster.pa.us;
mgerber@co.lancaster.pa.us; news@lnpnews.com; healthcare@attorneygeneral.gov;
drodriguez@lnpnews.com; mpm@mcdonaldatlaw.com; tmw@goingandplank.com;
dmoyer@teamemerald.com; kenrhoades2008@yahoo.com; clh@rkglaw.com; kstine@rklcpa.com;
rep.mikesturla@pahouse.net; jroda@rodalaw.com; barrett@rklcpa.com; ra-lblegal@pa.gov;
cvr@rkglaw.com; sbaldrige@lnpnews.com; scassidy@lnpnews.com; scaterbone@live.com
Subject: IRISH MAFIA IN LANCASTER?
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2015 05:23:37 -0400
THIS EMAIL WAS NEVER SENT TO ANYONE BUT MYSELF ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
______________________________________________________________________
From: scaterbone@live.com
To: stan.caterbone@yahoo.com
CC: scaterbone@live.com
Subject: Memo
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2015 07:42:23 -0400
September 24, 2015
After an exhausting day and night of (major hacking, of course) completing the Petition for review
a few notes. At the Lancaster County Commissioners Meeting Leahman said I never discussed
anything regarding the civil actions with him, a flat-out lie. Scott Martin got smart as I left. The
Clerk of Courts tried to entrap me in the elevator, instead of getting in with him, I turned around
and went to Joe Pitt's Office and asked the blonde to have Joe call me.
The after the meeting I walked to get some coffee on Queen Street and ran into Rick Gray. He
was cordial. I also said hi to Jeff Klugh, normal.
Then at Park City I got assaulted by a balding man in a Veterans hat who came at me and threw
ice on me at the entrance next to TGIF.
1252 was full of people in the back yard at around 6:30pm.
Last night the low lifeer's at 1252 were at it, making noises as I was being hacked.
Now, after getting my ass kicked telepathically at the Barnstormers Game I made the
following observation:
"They keep throwing the IRISH Mafia Card in my face, well now I get it - the reason
that the FEDS only prosecute the ITALIAN Mafia is because the IRISH Mafia goes all the
way to the top of every profession in the horrid, bullshit country" copyright 2015!

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


Advanced Media Group
Visit- https://www.scribd.com/stan5j.5caterbone for authentic documents pertaining
the Lisa Michelle Lambert Amicus and all related matters of Stan J. Caterbone and the
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP dating back to 1983.

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PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant, and the Advanced Media Group are
victims of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control and has been engaged in litigation in both Federal and State courts
seeking financial remedies and a resolution of his Civil Liberties and his Constitutional Rights. In 1987 Stan J.
Caterbone, while managing the financial firm the he founded, Financial Management Group, Ltd., Stan J.
Caterbone became a Federal Whistleblower when, as a shareholder, he claimed fraud and misconduct within
the international arms dealer and local start-up International Signal & Control, Plc., Some 4 years later ISC
was indicted and plead guilty to the 3rd largest fraud in U.S. history, some $1 Billion and selling arms to Irag
via South Africa. In June of 2015 Stan J. Caterbone became the Movant in the U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania case No. 5:14-cv-02559-PD for the Habeus Corpus Petition of Lisa Michelle
Lambert.
PLEASE EMAIL A REPLY TO BE REMOVED FROM MY CONTACT LIST.

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