Motion for Writ of Execution

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  1. MOTION FOR WRIT OF EXECUTION

    Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc., by its undersigned attorney, moves
    for a writ of execution against Defendant Jim Rojas.

    Rojas has violated the preliminary injunction issued by this court and
    failed to appear for a hearing as ordered by the court, resulting in his
    being found in contempt. Since lesser measures have proved ineffective in
    securing Rojas' compliance with the lawful demands of Brink's and this
    court, Plaintiff respectfully requests the court to order the immediate
    public execution of Rojas by nailing his body to a cross outside the
    corporate headquarters of Brink's, where the crows can peck at his eyes and
    his lifeless carcass can serve as an example to others.

    Respectfully submitted,

    By_____ /s/ Mark Sableman ______________
    Attorney for Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc.
    Mark Sableman, Nov 3, 2007
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  2. On Nov 3, 3:22 am, Mark Sableman
    <> wrote:
    > MOTION FOR WRIT OF EXECUTION
    >
    > Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc., by its undersigned attorney, moves
    > for a writ of execution against Defendant Jim Rojas.
    >
    > Rojas has violated the preliminary injunction issued by this court and
    > failed to appear for a hearing as ordered by the court, resulting in his
    > being found in contempt. Since lesser measures have proved ineffective in
    > securing Rojas' compliance with the lawful demands of Brink's and this
    > court, Plaintiff respectfully requests the court to order the immediate
    > public execution of Rojas by nailing his body to a cross outside the
    > corporate headquarters of Brink's, where the crows can peck at his eyes and
    > his lifeless carcass can serve as an example to others.
    >
    > Respectfully submitted,
    >
    > By_____ /s/ Mark Sableman ______________
    > Attorney for Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc.


    The Court declines plaintiff's request for writ of execution. The
    plaintiff is referred to Pp 27a, Subp-Section B9 of the ASAFAQ,
    wherein it is clearly stated that such writs are only permitted in
    cases wherein the defendant is found to have disagreed with members of
    the IB. All other offenses are ignored, forgotten or encouraged under
    current ASAFAQ regulations.
    Robert L Bass, Nov 3, 2007
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  3. Mark Sableman

    Jim Rojas Guest

    Rojas is Rojas

    Jim Rojas
    Sock puppet for Jim Rojas



    Roland Moore wrote:
    > The irony. Sableman versus Rojas, and now Sableman is Rojas. I need a map to
    > follow this.
    >
    > "Mark Sableman" <> wrote
    > in message
    > news:...
    >> MOTION FOR WRIT OF EXECUTION
    >>
    >> Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc., by its undersigned attorney, moves
    >> for a writ of execution against Defendant Jim Rojas.
    >>
    >> Rojas has violated the preliminary injunction issued by this court and
    >> failed to appear for a hearing as ordered by the court, resulting in his
    >> being found in contempt. Since lesser measures have proved ineffective in
    >> securing Rojas' compliance with the lawful demands of Brink's and this
    >> court, Plaintiff respectfully requests the court to order the immediate
    >> public execution of Rojas by nailing his body to a cross outside the
    >> corporate headquarters of Brink's, where the crows can peck at his eyes

    > and
    >> his lifeless carcass can serve as an example to others.
    >>
    >> Respectfully submitted,
    >>
    >> By_____ /s/ Mark Sableman ______________
    >> Attorney for Plaintiff Brink's Home Security, Inc.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >


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    Jim Rojas, Nov 3, 2007
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