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STAN J.

CATERBONE, PRO SE - LANDMARK CIVIL RIGHTS AND ANTI-TRUST CASE

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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
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-327-1566

STATEMENT
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE DEPARTMENT COMPLAINT
re Geico NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OR REFUSAL TO RENEW
SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
_______________________________

2 DVD DISCS ENCLOSED TO SUBSTANTIATE THE FOLLOWING


____________________

1. THE GEICO INSURANCE POLICY HAS SEEN A NEARLY 100% RISE IN


PREMIUMS SINCE THE 2016 POLICY RENEWAL DATE MAINLY DUE TO THE
CIVIL/CRMINAL MALICIOUS AND FALSE PROSECUTION BY THE
LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT.
2. GEICO INSURANCE ALSO REFUSES TO HONOR THE HOMEOWNERS POLICY
THAT HAS RESULTED IN OVER $10,000.00 WORTH OF DAMAGES AND
LOST SAVINGS DUE TO THE SAME.

3. THE FOLLOWING VIOLATIONS HAVE TAKEN PLACE:


A. CIVIL/CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY IN THE FACT THAT THE FALSE
STATEMENTS WERE TAKEN ON MAY 10, 2017 YET THE CHARGES WERE
NOT FILED UNTIL JUNE 15, 2017 IN ORDER TO PROVIDE THE COURT
DOCKETS WITH CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST COMPLAINTANT
CATERBONE DURING THE TIME INWHICH MAJOR LITIGATION IS
NEARING DECISIONS AGAINST THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE IN
FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS WHERE THEY ARE LISTED AS
DEFENDANTS IN REGARDS TO NUMEROUS CIVIL/CRIMINAL ACTIONS.
B. LIBLE AND SLANDER
C. OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, TAMPERING WITH A WITNESS
D. HARASSMENT AND BATTARY
E. CONTINUING AND FACILITATING THE HARASSMENT AND THREAT
PROGRAM OF 1252 FREMONT STREET THAT HAS BEEN ONGOING SINCE
2006
F. CONTINUING THE COINTELPRO HARASSMENT AND OBSTRUCTION OF
JUSTICE PROGRAM OF LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
G. PROTECTING PERPETRATORS FROM ENTERING THE COMPLAINTANT
STAN J. CATERBONE'S RESIDENCE IN ORDER TO VANDALIZE AND
STEAL CONTENTS CAUSING SEVERE FINANCIAL LOSSES AND AIDING
IN THE LIBEL AND SLANDER CAMPAIGN.

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Stan J. Caterbone is a private citizen and the majority shareholder of the United
States incorporated business Advanced Media Group, Ltd.,. Stanley J. Caterbone was a
whistle-blower and shareholder in 1987 involving the United States Defense Contractor
International Signal & Control, Plc., known as ISC. In 1992, International Signal &
Control was indicted and found guilty of among other things a Billion Dollar Fraud and
export violations concerning illegally shipping cluster bomb technologies, missile defense
systems, and other defense systems to foreign interests including South Africa, Iraq and
Saddam Hussein. Cluster bombs and related technologies are known to have been
exported to Iraq by the Chilean Arms Dealer Carlos Cardoen, a joint venture partner of
International Signal & Control. The Central Intelligence Agency is confirmed to have been
involved in a covert program to arm Iraq during the 1980s with close ties to
International Signal & Control, which allegedly included the help of the National Security
Agency, a former end user of International Signal & Control technologies under the early
1980s program Project X. A Presidential Finding in 1984 by the Bush Administration was
executed to implement the program of arming Saddam Hussein and Iraq with the cluster
bomb technologies. Serious allegations of these programs were the focus of
investigations that included the knowledge and supervision of then appointed nominee
for the Director of Central Intelligence Agency, Robert M. Gates.
Since 1987, Stanley J. Caterbone has been the victim of vast civil conspiracy that
started in 1987 to cover-up allegations of fraud within International Signal & Control
during the negotiations and merger of International Signal & Control and Ferranti
International of England. Stanley J. Caterbone alleges that warrantless surveillance was
used to obstruct justice and moot his constitutional rights in an effort to divert attention
away from his allegations of fraud within International Signal & Control back in 1987, and
afterwards to the present as a means to deny his access to the courts for remedy and
relief, and Federal False Claims Act violations. The business of Advanced Media Group has
been greatly compromised and intellectual property stolen during the late 1980s and
early 1990s that included information technology contracts with the United States
Government.
Organized stalking and harassment began in 1987 following the public allegations
of fraud within ISC. This organized stalking and harassment was enough to drive an
ordinary person to suicide. As far back as the late 1980's Stan J. Caterbone knew that
his mind was being read, or "remotely viewed". This was verified and confirmed when

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information only known to him, and never written, spoken, or typed, was repeated by
others. In 1998, while soliciting the counsel of Philadelphia attorney Christina Rainville,
(Rainville represented Lisa Michelle Lambert in the Laurie Show murder case), someone
introduced the term remote viewing through an email. That was the last time it was an
issue until 2005. The term was researched, but that was the extent of the topic. Remote
Viewers may have attempted to connect in a more direct and continuous way without
success.
In 2005 the U.S. sponsored mind control turned into an all-out assault of mental
telepathy; synthetic telepathy; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy
devices and weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the
targeted victim. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the
filing of the federal action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County
Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This assault began after the handlers remotely trained
Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy. The main difference opposed to most other
victims of this technology is that Stan J. Caterbone is connected 24/7 with a person who
declares that she is Interscope recording artist Sheryl Crow of Kennett Missouri. Stan J.
Caterbone has spent 3 years trying to validate and confirm this person without success.
Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the Federal Bureau of
Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment. See attached documents
for more information.
In 2006 or the beginning of 2007 Stan J. Caterbone began his extensive research
into mental telepathy; mind control technologies; remote viewing; and the CIA mind
control program labeled MK ULTRA and it's subprograms.
In January of 2006, Stanley J. Caterbone was detained at every airport security
check point, which was during a policy of random checks, and taken out of line during
travel from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Houston, Texas, and on to Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico. At the Houston Airport, Stanley J. Caterbone was falsely accused of carrying
plastics explosives and taken to an interview room by Homeland Security officials.
Stanley J. Caterbone was also detained for three days in Mexico, and was not provided
with an opportunity to gain access to a flight out of the country by Mexican Officials.
Today, Stan J. Caterbone is a pro se litigant in several state and local courts, in an
effort to be restored to whole since the WHISTLEBLOWING of 1987. Most notable is
CATERBONE v. The National Security Agency, NSA, et.al. In the UNITED STATES COURT
OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT CASE NO. 17-1904. That case is a PRELIMINARY

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INJUNCTION FOR EMERGENCY RELIEF FILED TO IMMEDIATELY HALT THE OBSTRUCTION


OF JUSTICE THAT IS BEING ADMINISTERED THROUGHT THE ILLEGAL COINTELPRO
PROGRAM COUPELD WITH THE TORTURE PROGRAM.
The following are the effects of the ILLEGAL AND LANDMARK COINTELPRO
PROGRAM COUPELD WITH THE TORTURE PROGRAM:

1. AS CONTAINED IN THE LANCASTER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS


CASE NO. 08-13373 WHERE PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP WAS ADDED TO
THE DEFENDANT'S LIST ON JANUARY 23, 2017 AND OTHER STATE AND
FEDERAL COURT CASES; THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IS UTILIZING AN
ILLEGAL COINTELPRO PROGRAM TO HARASS THE APPELLANT, STAN J.
CATERBONE AND OBSTRUCT JUSTICE BY DIRECTLING CAUSING IT
ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE CONTINUATION OF THOSE SAME CIVIL
ACTIONS.
2. THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION SIGNED (3) EXECUTIVE ORDERS THAT
BROADENED THE POWERS OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER POLICE
DEPARTMENT TO COINCIDE WITH THE ABOVE.
3. THE FACT THAT COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE'S HISTORY WITH
THE LANCASTER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT TRACES BACK TO THE 1960'S
WITH THE TARGETING OF COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE'S FATHER,
SAMUEL CATERBONE, JR. IN THE VERY SAME MANNER AS THE CURRENT
TARGETING OF COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE TODAY IS REASON
ENOUGH TO HAVE SUMMARY JUDGEMENTS IN ALL CIVIL ACTIONS IN
FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS IMMEDIATELY ORDERED.
4. THE TARGETING CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING:
I. AN UPRECEDENTED HARASSMENT PROGRAM CARRIED OUT BY
RESIDENTS, NEIGHBORS, STALKING GROUPS, LAW ENFORCEMENT,
AND OTHERS.
II. AN UNPRECEDENTED HACKING PROGRAM OF ALL ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT.
III. AN UNPRECEDENTED TORTURE PROGRAM UTILIZING
ELECTROMAGNETIC AND OTHER EXOTIC WEAPONS DEVELOPED BY THE
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.
IV. AN UNPRECEDENTED CAMPAIGN DESIGNED TO DRAIN THE

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APPELLANT STAN J. CATERBONE OF ALL CASH RESOURCES, WHICH HAS


RESULTED IN A CASH POSITION OF SOME $60,000.00 IN JUNE OF 2015
TO NOTHING TODAY.
V. THE UNPRECEDENTED CAMPAIGN OF FALSE STATEMENTS BY THE
RESIDENTS OF 1252 FREMONT STREET AND THE PERJURED
STATEMENTS OF LANCASTER CITY POLICE IN RECENT CRIMINAL
SUMMARY OFFENSES FILED IN DISTRICT MAGISTRATE ADAM
WITKONIS COURT.
VI. AN UNPRECEDENTED CAMPAIGN OF DAILY HARASSMENTS AND
THREATS BY THE RESIDENTS OF 1252 FREMONT STREET, WHICH HAS
BEEN ONGOING SINCE 2006.
VII. UN UNPRECEDENTED CAMPAING OF THREATS OF PHYSICL HARM IN
PUBLIC SPACES.
VIII. THE UNPRECEDENTED CAMPAIGN OF THE BREAKING AND ENTERING
INTO THE RESIDENCE OF THE COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE
CAUSING VANDALISM, THEFTS, POISONING OF FOOD, AND THE
STRATEGIC PLACEMENT OF COCK ROACHES ON A DAILY BASIS. THIS
ALSO INVOLVES THE THEFT AND MANIPULATION OF COURT FILINGS
AND EVIDENCE.
IX. THE ABOVE ARE ALL FACILITATED AND SUPPORTED WITH
VIOLATIONS OF DUE PROCESS IN THE COMPLAINTS TO LAW
ENFORCEMENT.
X. COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SEAM RECIEVING
RETALIOTROY ADVERSE AND HARASSING TREATMENT DUE TO THE
FACT THAT 1. , I, COMPLAINTANT STAN J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, AM
THE PLAINTIFF FOR FORMER PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL
KATHLEEN KANE IN CASE NO. 3575 EDA 2016 IN THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF SUPERIOR COURT, CURRENTLY IN LITIGATION.

THE CUMULATIVE RESULTS OF THE ABOVE LAYS THE FOUNDATION FOR AN


UNPRECDENTED LANDMARK CASE OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AND ANTI-TRUST
VIOLATIONS.
It is too easy for present and future administrations to abuse their power and
utilize warrantless surveillance as a means of subverting and obstructing justice for those

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that are engaged in Whistle-Blowing cases that concern National Security. Without the
proper oversight and judicial review, a Whistle Blower can be place on terrorist lists for
malicious reasons without the knowledge or just cause. This is in direct conflict with
keeping our democracy free of corruption while adhering to the spirit of the constitution
in the manner our founding fathers envisioned.
The interest of PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE AND ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP in
this case is ensuring that constitutional rights of private citizens are not compromised
and justice subverted through information obtained from warrantless surveillance upon
which there is no just cause for any allegations or association with terrorism. Whistle-
Blowers are inherently supportive of a system of checks and balances within our
government that go beyond our constitutional doctrines regarding the same. Whistle-
Blowers ensure that the rule of law is universally applied to all government officials in all
branches of government. The Federal False Claims Act and its provisions protect
individuals from abuse of power, while providing relief and remedies for those that were
wronged and those that had the courage to cite a wrong.

Synthetic Telepathy Coupled with Electromagnetic Weapons used for pain


have been the ELECTRONIC WEAPONS OF CHOICE by the PERPETRATORS
committing these haneus crimes against AMICUS, STAN J. CATERBONE since at
least 2005. My father, U.S. Navy 1943 to 1946) was a victim of MK-ULTRA and
experienced the same effects since at least the early 1960's and my brother,
Sammy, (U.S. Air Force 1969-19710 received the same victimization through
the use of the LSD experiments of the same program.

STAN J. CATERBONE is relevant to THESE 2 DEFENDANTS for the very fact


that the initial time of connection with the SYNTHETIC TELEPATHY consisted of
months of NON-STOP INTERROGATIONS BY MALE SUBJECTS WHO IDENTIFIED
THEMSELVES AS CIA OPERATIVES. The interrogations lasted hours upon hours
at a time and covered just about every aspect of PLAINTIFF STAN J.
CATERBONE'S life. The HANDLERS, for lack of a better term, not only focused
on the WHISTLEBLOWING ACTIVITIES OF ISC IN 1987, but also covered
mundane everday experiences, as a form to harass and torture.

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In late spring of 2005, the HANDLERS introduce females to the sessions.


To this day, the torture consists of the same, interrogations mixed in with
harassment, sex, and humor. It is the opinion of PLAINTIFF STAN J.
CATERBONE, that the only way to keep from desensitizing and numbing to the
harassment and pain is to experience pleasure and laughter so as to keep the
magnitude of the pain at it's highest level. THIS CAN BE SUBSANTIATED AND
VALIDATED BY THE FACT THAT THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
UNDER HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES GRANTED PLAINTIFF STAN J.
CATERBONE DISABILITY BENEFITS IN AUGUST OF 2009 FOR SYMPTOMS AND
ILLNESSES RELATED TO U.S. SPONSORED MIND CONTROL, AND IN FACT
STATED IN THE AWARD LETTER THAT DISABILITY WAS DETERMINED TO BEGIN
IN DECEMBER OF 2005; THE DATE PLAINTIFF STAN J. CATERBONE DECLARED
THAT THE SYNTHETIC TELEPATHY HAD GONE FULL-TIME 24/7, WITHOUT
INTERUPTION, TO THIS DAY.

The following article by psychologist JEFFREY KAYE along with the other
exhibits that detail the use of U.S. SPONSORED MIND CONTROL, or behavioral
modification programs, will substantiate that these illegal and criminal
techniques were being used, without any means to verify or evidence, on the
prisoner detainees.

Smoking Gun on CIA Torture Conspiracy? Human Experimentation


Central to EIT Program

Posted By Jeffrey Kaye On September 27, 2009 @ 4:26 pm In Torture | 4


Comments
photo by johnnyalive via flickr

A close reading of the CIAs Inspector General Report and the Senate Intelligence
Committees narrative on the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) torture memos reveals a
more detailed picture of the CIAs involvement in the construction of those documents.

What emerges is consistent with recent charges of CIA experimentation on prisoners, and
of the overall experimental quality of the torture program itself. It also points to a crucial
piece of analysis by the CIAs Office of Technical Services, a memo which may or may
not include damning medical and psychological evidence of the damaging effects of SERE
techniques, and which the IG report maintains was utilized in substantial part in the
drafting of the August 1, 2002 Bybee memos. If one is looking for a smoking gun in the
torture scandal, in my opinion, one doesnt have to look much further than this.

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The quote below is from the April 22, 2009 Senate Intelligence Committee narrative of
the Office of Legal Counsels opinions on the CIAs interrogation program. Please keep in
mind as you read the quote and the added bolded emphasis, that recent documentation
has shown that for years the CIA and Special Operations had researchers studying the
effects of SERE training.

Moreover, the research had been published in peer-reviewed journals, in part because
the research was also meant to add to the psychiatric communitys understanding of the
mechanisms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. Some of the research had also been
published in the June 2000
edition of Special Warfare, The Professional Bulletin of the John F. Kennedy Special
Warfare Center and School.

So, keeping this all in mind, consider the following from the Intel Committees narrative
(emphasis
added): According to CIA records, because the CIA believed that Abu Zubaydah was
withholding imminent threat information during the initial interrogation sessions,
attorneys from the CIAs Office of General Counsel met with the Attorney General, the
National Security Adviser, the Deputy National Security adviser, the Legal Adviser to the
National Security Council, and the Counsel to the President in mid-May 2002 to discuss
the possible use of alternative interrogation methods that differed from the traditional
methods used by the U.S. military and intelligence community. At this meeting, the CIA
proposed particular alternative interrogation methods, including waterboarding.

The CIAs Office of General Counsel subsequently asked OLC to prepare an opinion about
the legality of its proposed techniques. To enable OLC to review the legality of the
techniques, the CIA provided OLC with written and oral descriptions of the proposed
techniques. The CIA also provided OLC with information about any medical and
psychological effects of DoDs Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape
(SERE) School, which is a military training program during which military personnel
receive counter-interrogation training.

While the fact that the OLC accepted at face value the CIAs statements regarding the
safety or the effects of the interrogation procedures they were proposing is no surprise to
anyone who has read the torture memos and evidence of the unprofessionalism and
bias of the memos authors the degree to which the conspiracy (by CIA or OLC, or
both) to withhold evidence of the real effects of the Enhanced Interrogation Techniques
(EITs) by the CIA has never been made more concrete than now.

To my knowledge, we do not have the specific document wherein the CIA provides the
medical and psychological effects of SERE school. I have been told that this document
is still classified. But it seems possible that the CIA did pass on the details of the
research that was available to it, including the debilitating effects of SERE techniques,
which sent stress hormone levels, according to one research report, some of the
greatest ever documented in humans. Another report cited neuroendocrine changes
[that] may have significant implications for subsequent responses to stress.

One of the authors of these reports, Charles A. Morgan, III, M.D., who has identified
himself in certain settings as a Senior Research Scientist on the CIAs Behavioral
Science Staff, has criticized my coverage of CIA experiments on the psychological and

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physiological effects of SERE training upon human subjects. While he could not specify
what aspects of this coverage he felt were inaccurate and misleading, he did insist:

The research conducted by our research team at the National Center for Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder is not, and never has been, conducted for any other purpose than to help
us understand the pathophysiology of stress disorders and we might better help in the
treatment of veterans.

In making his mea culpa, Dr. Morgan never mentions that some of this research was
funded (over $400,000) by the Army and the Office of Naval Research. He doesnt
mention his acquaintance with great people who do military interrogations. He also
forgets to cite his book contribution, where he states (emphasis added):
The SERE training environment affords the military services the opportunity to
collaborate with various other government agencies in exploring old and new
techniques in gathering human intelligence.

Of course, he neither confirms nor denies his affiliation with the CIA, an affiliation which I
have traced to the CIAs Science and Technology directorate, through his association
(large PDF) with the Intelligence Technology Innovation Center, which is a research
organization under the CIAs authority that answers directly to the CIAs Science and
Technology directorate. But most of all, Dr. Morgans arrows fall way short of his target,
as I have never accused him of personal involvement in the reverse-engineering of SERE
techniques for use in the torture program.

What is disturbing is his seeming lack of concern over the possiblity that the research he
helped conduct was either used to further experiments upon torture victims in the CIAs
clandestine prisons, or contrariwise, was withheld from Office of Legal Counsel lawyers
who relied upon CIA advice concerning the effects of techniques derived from the SERE
schools.

What is indisputable is that by virtue of his position, Dr. Morgan had access to CIA
officials just at the time that another department of the CIA, one to which he is affiliated,
was, according to the CIAs own Office of Inspector General Report (large PDF) involved
in vetting the SERE techniques for use in interrogations. The other department was the
Office of Technical Services (OTS), part of the CIAs Science and Technology Directorate.
This, by the way, is the same division that was responsible for the MKULTRA experiments
of the 1950s and 1960s. From the OIG report:

CTC [CIA's Counter-Terrorism Center], with the assistance of the Office of Technical
Service (OTS), proposed certain more coercive physical techniques to use on
AbuZubaydah.

CIAs OTS obtained data on the use of the proposed EITs and their potential long-term
psychological effects on detainees. OTS input was based in part on information solicited
from a number of psychologists and knowledgeable academics in the area of
psychopathology.

OTS also solicited input from DoD/Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) regarding
techniques used in its SERE training and any subsequent psychological effects on
students. DoD/JPRA concluded no long-term psychological effects resulted from use of

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the EITs, including the most taxing technique, the waterboard, on SERE students. The
OTS analysis was used by OGC [DoD's Office of General Counsel] in evaluating the
legality of techniques.

OTSs solicitation of information on SERE from JPRA elicited some sort of feedback from
JPRA, which supposedly told OTS that SERE training caused no long-term effects. The IG
Report does not say if this was in the form of a memo and only speaks of OTSs analysis.
In any case, we should not confuse any OTS analysis with the information provided by
JPRA itself to the Office of General Counsel, which produced a number of memorandum
and attachments in late July 2003. Marcy Wheeler has been analyzing the timing of these
JPRA items, including the fact that one of these key documents is missing.

The CIA IG Report is relating a story whose emphasis differs from that produced in the
narrative of the Senate Armed Services Committee investigation (PDF) into SERE torture.
In the latter, JPRA is
the main culprit in providing cover for the supposed safety of using SERE techniques. Yet,
in the OIG account it looks like the CIA used DOD/JRRA as a cover for the safety of
techniques that it knew were in fact harmful from their own analysis of the data.
Moreover, it was the OTS analysis that was used in substantial part as the basis of
the August 1, 2002 memo approving the Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (EITs).
That legal opinion was based, in substantial part, on OTS analysis and the experience and
expertise of non-Agency personnel and academics concerning whether long-term
psychological effects would result from use of the proposed techniques.

Moreover, the CIAs Office of Medical Services was frozen out of the initial analysis of the
risk and benefits of EITs, and not even provided with a copy of the OTS report given to
the White House Office of Legal Counsel. Such compartmentalization of information is
indicative of a covert operation, such as a Special Access Program (SAP). This SAP would
have included personnel in CIAs CTC, OTS, OGC, and Directorate of Operations, also
portions of DOD (JPRA and Special Operations Command),

and probably the White Houses OLC, Office of the Vice President, and National Security
Council. It seems highly likely that the CIA report to the OLC on the medical and
psychological effects of the SERE school program, mentioned in the Senate Intelligence
Committee narrative quote above, is in fact the OTS report, which came from the same
CIA directorate to which Dr. Morgan belongs. This does not speak to Morgans
foreknowledge of what would be used, nor to the amount of his involvement. But it does
speak to the likelihood that the government research he conducted (with others) was
available and likely used by his associates in the CIA.

To what purpose was this information used? It seems Dr. Morgan has serendipitously
given us the answer himself: exploring old and new techniques in gathering human
intelligence. The CIA appears to have used torture to conduct what Physicians for
Human Rights, in a white paper (PDF) recently published, called possible unethical
human experimentation, [which] urgently needs to be thoroughly investigated. The
government should declassify the OTS report, and bring the process of investigating the
CIAs role in the torture conspiracy fully into public purview.

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This report was originally published on FireDogLake.com. Jeffrey Kaye, a psychologist


living in Northern California and a regular contributor The Public Record,has been
blogging at Daily Kos since May 2005, and maintains a personal blog, Invictus. E-mail
Mr.

SEPTEMBER 7, 2017

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corruption. We utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
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ACTIVE COURT CASESACTIVE 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; 03-16-900046 re
ALL FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-3284; Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle
Lambert;15-3400 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 17-01233 Chapter 11 Appeal for 17-10615; Case No.
17-0867 Preliminary Injunction from Middle District; Case No. 16-4014 CATERBONE v. United States,
et.al.; Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650,
08-02982;
U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16- 2513 INJUNCTION; Case No. 16-cv-1751
PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen
Kane
Superior Court of Pennsylvania 3575 EDA 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane; Summary Appeal Case No.
CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA
2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary Injunction Case of 2016
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 16-05815 Injunction; Case No. 16-08472
INJUNCTION re Pain Meds; Case No. 15-10167 Film Commission; Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-
03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 17-10615; Case No. 16-10157

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CASE INFORMATION
Cross Court Docket Nos: 354 MT 2016, 496 MAL 2016, 1915 MDA 2015
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 09/24/2015 Initiation Date: 09/24/2015
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No:
Initial Issuing Authority: Final Issuing Authority:
Arresting Agency: Arresting Officer:
Complaint/Incident #:
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Closed Status Date Processing Status
10/25/2016 Completed
11/25/2015 Awaiting Disposition
10/29/2015 Completed
10/19/2015 Awaiting Disposition
09/29/2015 Completed
09/24/2015 Awaiting Disposition

PETITIONER INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: 07/15/1958 City/State/Zip: Lancaster, PA 17603

Alias Name
Caterbone, Stanley Jay
Caterbone, Stanley Joseph

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Petitioner Caterbone, Stanley J.

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Name:

Supreme Court No: Supreme Court No:


Rep. Status:
Phone Number(s):

ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 09/24/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Informa Pauperis Petition/Petition for Review

1 09/29/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Petition for Review of Private Criminal Complaint

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

2 09/29/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Denying Petition for Review of Private Criminal Complaint

3 09/29/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Denying Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

1 10/19/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Notice of Appeal To Superior Court

2 10/19/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion to Proceed Informa Pauperis/Arguement for IFP/Notice of Appeal

1 10/20/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Denying Motion for Reconsideration to Proceed in Forma Pauperis/Notice of Appeal

1 10/29/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


In Forma Pauperis Status

1 11/09/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Concise Statement Order

2 11/09/2015 Superior Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Docketing Statement from Superior Court of Pennsylvania

1 11/18/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Amended Concise Statement Order

1 11/25/2015 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Statement of Matters Complained

1 12/09/2015 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Memorandum of Opinion

1 12/22/2015 Lancaster County District Attorney's


Office
Commonwealth's Answer to Statement of Matters Complained of on Appeal

1 01/06/2016 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Serving to Correct All References to Appellant from "Defendant" to "Plaintiff" in Opinion

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 01/11/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Case Correspondence Filed

1 01/15/2016 Lancaster County Clerk of Courts


Index of Record

2 01/15/2016 Lancaster County Clerk of Courts


Original Record Sent

1 06/20/2016 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Petition for Allowance of Appeal Filed

1 08/02/2016 07/25/2016 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Petition for Allowance of Appeal Filed

1 10/25/2016 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Petiton for Allowance of Appeal Denied - Supreme Court

1 11/18/2016 Superior Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Original Record Returned from Superior Court

2 11/18/2016 05/11/2016 Superior Court of Pennsylvania -


Middle District
Affirmed

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CASE FINANCIAL INFORMATION


Last Payment Date: Total of Last Payment:
Caterbone, Stanley J. Assessment Payments Adjustments Non Monetary Total
Petitioner Payments
Costs/Fees
Superior Court Filing Fee - 6444AB1211 $65.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $65.50
(Lan)
Postage $9.87 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $9.87
Postage $15.85 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $15.85
APEX Collection Fee- 6594AAB1126 $5.14 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5.14
(Lancaster)

Costs/Fees Totals: $96.36 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $96.36

Grand Totals: $96.36 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $96.36

** - Indicates assessment is subrogated

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Magisterial District Judge Matters

In Re: Magisterial District Judge Matters


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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 07/21/2016 Initiation Date: 07/21/2016
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No:
Initial Issuing Authority: Final Issuing Authority:
Arresting Agency: Arresting Officer:
Complaint/Incident #:
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Active Status Date Processing Status
07/21/2016 Awaiting Hearing

PETITIONER INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: City/State/Zip:

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Petitioner Caterbone, Stanley J.

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Name:

Supreme Court No: Supreme Court No:


Rep. Status:
Phone Number(s):

ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 07/21/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Application for Leave to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

1 07/22/2016 Knisely, Howard F.


Order Denying Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 07/07/2016 Initiation Date: 07/07/2016
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No:
Initial Issuing Authority: Final Issuing Authority:
Arresting Agency: Arresting Officer:
Complaint/Incident #:
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Active Status Date Processing Status
07/07/2016 Awaiting Hearing

PETITIONER INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: City/State/Zip:

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Petitioner Caterbone, Stanley J.

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Name:

Supreme Court No: Supreme Court No:


Rep. Status:
Phone Number(s):

ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 07/07/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Application for Leave to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

2 07/07/2016 Miller, Margaret C.


Order Granting Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

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In Re: Magisterial District Judge Matters


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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 02/22/2017 Initiation Date: 02/22/2017
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No:
Initial Issuing Authority: Final Issuing Authority:
Arresting Agency: Arresting Officer:
Complaint/Incident #:
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Active Status Date Processing Status
02/22/2017 Awaiting Hearing

PETITIONER INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: City/State/Zip:

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Petitioner Caterbone, Stanley

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Name:

Supreme Court No: Supreme Court No:


Rep. Status:
Phone Number(s):

ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 02/22/2017 Caterbone, Stanley


Motion to Dismiss

2 02/22/2017 Caterbone, Stanley


Notice of Appeal For Trial DeNovo/In Forma Pauperis Application

1 03/02/2017 Spahn, Merrill M.


Order Granting Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 07/28/2016 Initiation Date: 07/28/2016
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No: MJ-02204-TR-0001981-2016
Initial Issuing Authority: Janice Jimenez Final Issuing Authority: Janice Jimenez
Arresting Agency: Lancaster Police Dept Arresting Officer: Fisher, Michael E.
Complaint/Incident #: F 2712207-1
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Closed Status Date Processing Status Complaint Date: 03/23/2016
11/21/2016 Sentenced/Penalty Imposed
11/21/2016 Awaiting Sentencing
07/28/2016 Awaiting Original Papers
07/28/2016 Awaiting Summary Appeal Trial

CALENDAR EVENTS
Case Calendar Schedule Start Room Judge Name Schedule
Event Type Start Date Time Status
Summary Appeal 11/21/2016 1:30 pm Courtroom 5 Judge Jeffery D. Wright Scheduled
Hearing
DEFENDANT INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: 07/15/1958 City/State/Zip: Lancaster, PA 17603

Alias Name
Caterbone, Stanley Jay
Caterbone, Stanley Joseph

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Defendant Caterbone, Stanley J.

CHARGES
Seq. Orig Seq. Grade Statute Statute Description Offense Dt. OTN
1 1 S LO 285-21 D NO PARKING-STOPPING PERMITTED 03/23/2016

DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions

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DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions

Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) Defendant Was Not Present


Lower Court Disposition 06/30/2016 Not Final
1 / NO PARKING-STOPPING PERMITTED Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) S LO 285-21 D
Jimenez, Janice 06/30/2016

Guilty
Summary Appeal Hearing 11/21/2016 Final Disposition
1 / NO PARKING-STOPPING PERMITTED Guilty S LO 285-21 D
Wright, Jeffery D. 11/21/2016
No Further Penalty

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Barry Nathan Handwerger Name:
Private
Supreme Court No: 072975 Supreme Court No:
Phone Number(s): Rep. Status:
717-299-0711 (Phone) Phone Number(s):
Address:
Zimmerman Pfannebecker ET AL
22 S Duke St
Lancaster, PA 17602-3508
ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 07/28/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Notice of Summary Appeal Filed

2 09/27/2016 Lancaster County Court


Administration
Hearing Notice
Caterbone, Stanley J.
09/27/2016 First Class
Handwerger, Barry Nathan
09/27/2016 First Class

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 10/06/2016 Wright, Jeffery D.


Order Denying Motion for Continuance

1 11/16/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion to Dismiss

2 11/16/2016 Knisely, Howard F.


Order DA to File Answer Regarding Motion

1 11/21/2016 Wright, Jeffery D.


Guilty

2 11/21/2016 Wright, Jeffery D.


Order - Sentence/Penalty Imposed

1 11/23/2016 Court of Common Pleas - Lancaster


County
Penalty Assessed

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CASE FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Last Payment Date: 11/28/2016 Total of Last Payment: -$94.00
Caterbone, Stanley J. Assessment Payments Adjustments Non Monetary Total
Defendant Payments
Costs/Fees
Clerk of Court Auto $5.00 -$5.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Fee-Filing-6593AAB1211 (Lan)
Summary Appeal Filing - 6444AB1211 $44.00 -$44.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
(Lancaster)
ATJ $4.00 -$4.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
CJES $2.25 -$2.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Commonwealth Cost - HB627 (Act 167 $8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8.55
of 1992)
County Court Cost (Act 204 of 1976) $21.40 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $21.40
JCPS $21.25 -$21.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Judicial Computer Project $8.00 -$8.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
State Court Costs (Act 204 of 1976) $8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8.55
DA Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $10.00 -$6.67 $0.00 $0.00 $3.33
(Lancaster)
Postage $0.50 -$0.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Prosecution Cost - 6411AB1211 $5.00 -$3.34 $0.00 $0.00 $1.66
(Lancaster)
Clerk of Court Auto Fee-Costs $5.00 -$3.34 $0.00 $0.00 $1.66
6593AAB1211 (Lan)
Clerk Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $27.50 -$18.34 $0.00 $0.00 $9.16
(Lancaster)
DA Administration Fee - $25.00 -$25.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
6421AB130019021 (Lan)
Sheriff Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $2.00 -$1.31 $0.00 $0.00 $0.69
(Lancaster)
APEX Collection Fee- 6594AAB1126 $20.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $20.00
(Lancaster)

Costs/Fees Totals: $218.00 -$143.00 $0.00 $0.00 $75.00

Fines
Local Ordinance $45.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $45.00

Fines Totals: $45.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $45.00

Grand Totals: $263.00 -$143.00 $0.00 $0.00 $120.00

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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 07/07/2016 Initiation Date: 07/07/2016
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No: MJ-02301-TR-0000861-2016
Initial Issuing Authority: Scott E. Albert Final Issuing Authority: Scott E. Albert
Arresting Agency: East Hempfield Twp Police Dept Arresting Officer: Keen, Christopher M.
Complaint/Incident #: E 0007452-4
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Closed Status Date Processing Status Complaint Date: 05/10/2016
10/05/2016 Sentenced/Penalty Imposed
10/05/2016 Awaiting Sentencing
07/07/2016 Awaiting Original Papers
07/07/2016 Awaiting Summary Appeal Trial

DEFENDANT INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: 07/15/1958 City/State/Zip: Lancaster, PA 17603

Alias Name
Caterbone, Stanley Jay
Caterbone, Stanley Joseph

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Defendant Caterbone, Stanley J.

CHARGES
Seq. Orig Seq. Grade Statute Statute Description Offense Dt. OTN
1 1 S 75 3322 Vehicle Turning Left 05/09/2016
DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions

Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) Defendant Was Present


Lower Court Disposition 06/10/2016 Not Final
1 / Vehicle Turning Left Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) S 75 3322
Albert, Scott E. 06/10/2016

Guilty

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DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions
Summary Appeal Trial 10/05/2016 Final Disposition
1 / Vehicle Turning Left Guilty S 75 3322
Totaro, Donald R. 10/05/2016
No Further Penalty

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Name:

Supreme Court No: Supreme Court No:


Rep. Status:
Phone Number(s):

ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 07/07/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Notice of Summary Appeal Filed

1 09/06/2016 Lancaster County District Attorney's


Office
SA Hearing Notice Sent
Caterbone, Stanley J.
09/06/2016 First Class/Certified
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
09/06/2016 Hand Delivered

1 09/30/2016 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion for a 30-Day Continuance

1 10/05/2016 Totaro, Donald R.


Guilty

2 10/05/2016 Totaro, Donald R.


Order - Sentence/Penalty Imposed

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By

1 10/13/2016 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-21S to be Prepared

2 10/13/2016 Court of Common Pleas - Lancaster


County
Penalty Assessed

1 10/19/2016 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-21S was prepared

1 10/20/2016 Unknown Filer


DL-21S Sent to PennDOT

1 11/03/2016 Totaro, Donald R.


Order of the Court

1 01/30/2017 Lancaster County Collections


Enforcement Unit
Notice of Possible License Suspension

2 01/30/2017 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-38CCA to be Prepared

3 01/30/2017 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-38CCA was prepared

1 01/31/2017 Unknown Filer


DL-38CCA Sent to PennDOT

1 02/23/2017 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-38CCA to be Prepared

2 02/23/2017 Pfursich, Jacquelyn E.


DL-38CCA was prepared

1 02/24/2017 Unknown Filer


DL-38CCA Sent to PennDOT

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CASE FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Last Payment Date: 02/22/2017 Total of Last Payment: -$101.68
Caterbone, Stanley J. Assessment Payments Adjustments Non Monetary Total
Defendant Payments
Costs/Fees
ATJ $4.00 -$4.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
CAT/MCARE/General Fund $45.00 -$45.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
CJES $2.25 -$2.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Clerk Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $27.50 -$27.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
(Lancaster)
Clerk of Court Auto Fee-Costs $5.00 -$5.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
6593AAB1211 (Lan)
Commonwealth Cost - HB627 (Act 167 $8.55 -$8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
of 1992)
County Court Cost (Act 204 of 1976) $21.40 -$21.40 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
DA Administration Fee - $25.00 -$25.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
6421AB130019021 (Lan)
DA Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $10.00 -$10.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
(Lancaster)
Emergency Medical Services (Act 45 of $10.00 -$10.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
1985)
JCPS $21.25 -$21.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Judicial Computer Project $8.00 -$8.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Sheriff Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $2.00 -$2.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
(Lancaster)
State Court Costs (Act 204 of 1976) $8.55 -$8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Hearing Costs $8.00 -$8.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Prosecution Cost - 6411AB1211 $6.68 -$6.68 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
(Lancaster)

Costs/Fees Totals: $213.18 -$213.18 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Fines
Title 75, Motor Vehicle (Motor License $12.50 -$12.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Fund)
Title 75, Motor Vehicle (Motor License $12.50 -$12.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Fund)

Fines Totals: $25.00 -$25.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Grand Totals: $238.18 -$238.18 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

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CASE INFORMATION
Judge Assigned: Date Filed: 02/02/2017 Initiation Date: 02/22/2017
OTN: LOTN: Originating Docket No: MJ-02101-NT-0001214-2016
Initial Issuing Authority: The Honorable Adam J. Witkonis Final Issuing Authority: The Honorable Adam J. Witkonis
Arresting Agency: Lancaster Police Dept Arresting Officer: Stoltzfus, Glenn M.
Complaint/Incident #: R 1345577-2
Case Local Number Type(s) Case Local Number(s)

STATUS INFORMATION
Case Status: Closed Status Date Processing Status Complaint Date: 10/29/2016
07/03/2017 Sentenced/Penalty Imposed
07/03/2017 Awaiting Sentencing
02/02/2017 Awaiting Original Papers
02/02/2017 Awaiting Summary Appeal Trial

CALENDAR EVENTS
Case Calendar Schedule Start Room Judge Name Schedule
Event Type Start Date Time Status
Summary Appeal 07/03/2017 9:00 am Courtroom 8 President Judge Dennis E. Scheduled
Hearing Reinaker
DEFENDANT INFORMATION
Date Of Birth: 07/15/1958 City/State/Zip: Lancaster, PA 17603

Alias Name
Caterbone, Stanley Jay
Caterbone, Stanley Joseph

CASE PARTICIPANTS
Participant Type Name
Defendant Caterbone, Stanley J.

CHARGES
Seq. Orig Seq. Grade Statute Statute Description Offense Dt. OTN
1 1 S LO 198-4 NOISE ORDINANCE 10/29/2016
DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions

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DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event Disposition Date Final Disposition
Sequence/Description Offense Disposition Grade Section
Sentencing Judge Sentence Date Credit For Time Served
Sentence/Diversion Program Type Incarceration/Diversionary Period Start Date
Sentence Conditions

Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) Defendant Was Not Present


Lower Court Disposition 02/13/2017 Not Final
1 / NOISE ORDINANCE Guilty by Trial (Lower Court) S LO 198-4
Witkonis, Adam J. 02/13/2017

Guilty
Summary Appeal Hearing 07/03/2017 Final Disposition
1 / NOISE ORDINANCE Guilty S LO 198-4
Reinaker, Dennis E. 07/03/2017
No Further Penalty

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION ATTORNEY INFORMATION


Name: Barry Nathan Handwerger Name:
Complainant's Attorney
Supreme Court No: 072975 Supreme Court No:
Phone Number(s): Rep. Status:
717-299-0711 (Phone) Phone Number(s):
Address:
Zimmerman Pfannebecker ET AL
22 S Duke St
Lancaster, PA 17602-3508

Name: Lancaster County District Attorney's


Office
Prosecutor
Supreme Court No:
Phone Number(s):
717-299-8100 (Phone)
Address:
Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17608
ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By
Service To Service By

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By
Service To Service By

Issue Date Service Type Status Date Service Status

1 02/02/2017 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Notice of Summary Appeal Filed
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
03/02/2017 eService Served

1 05/02/2017 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Order Granting Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/20/2017 eService Served

2 05/12/2017 Lancaster County Court


Administration
Hearing Notice
Caterbone, Stanley J.
05/12/2017 First Class
Handwerger, Barry Nathan
05/12/2017 First Class
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
05/12/2017 eService Served

2 06/12/2017 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion to Dismiss
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/12/2017 eService Served

1 06/15/2017 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Denying Motion for Dismissal
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/20/2017 eService Served

1 06/22/2017 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion for Reconsideration of Order Denying Motion for Dismissal (Order date 6-15-17)

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ENTRIES
Sequence Number CP Filed Date Document Date Filed By
Service To Service By

Issue Date Service Type Status Date Service Status


Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/22/2017 eService Served

1 06/23/2017 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order Denying Motion for Reconsideration of Order of June 15,2017 Denying Motion for Dismissal.
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/27/2017 eService Served

1 06/29/2017 Caterbone, Stanley J.


Motion to Dismiss
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
06/29/2017 eService Served

1 07/03/2017 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Guilty
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
07/05/2017 eService Served

2 07/03/2017 Reinaker, Dennis E.


Order - Sentence/Penalty Imposed
Lancaster County District Attorney's
Office
07/05/2017 eService Served

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CASE FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Last Payment Date: Total of Last Payment:
Caterbone, Stanley J. Assessment Payments Adjustments Non Monetary Total
Defendant Payments
Costs/Fees
ATJ $4.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $4.00
CJES $2.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2.25
Commonwealth Cost - HB627 (Act 167 $8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8.55
of 1992)
County Court Cost (Act 204 of 1976) $31.90 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $31.90
JCPS $21.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $21.25
Judicial Computer Project $8.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8.00
State Court Costs (Act 204 of 1976) $8.55 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $8.55
Clerk Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $27.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $27.50
(Lancaster)
DA Administration Fee - $25.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $25.00
6421AB130019021 (Lan)
DA Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $10.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $10.00
(Lancaster)
Prosecution Cost - 6411AB1211 $5.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5.00
(Lancaster)
Clerk of Court Auto Fee-Costs $5.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5.00
6593AAB1211 (Lan)
Postage $0.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.50
Sheriff Cost - Summary - 6411AB1211 $2.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2.00
(Lancaster)

Costs/Fees Totals: $159.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $159.50

Fines
Local Ordinance $300.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $300.00

Fines Totals: $300.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $300.00

Grand Totals: $459.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $459.50

** - Indicates assessment is subrogated

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