Motion To Stay Pending Appeal
The Family Court’s never communicated “gatekeeper orders” are arbitrary, untraceable, and unappealable (they are not based on statutes) instruments that are the definition of targeted discrimination and silencing retaliation “backdoors” into the Family Court’s activist “legal machinery” that Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was intended to eradicate.
- an abbreviated and redacted copy.
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Substantiating Facts
After two interventions by the Single Justice Mass. Appeals Court, the Family Court finally resorted to the “you need permission to file on these cases” deliberately arbitrary, capricious, and whimsical “gatekeeper orders,“ pursuant to “an abuse of discretion is defined in this circuit as a judicial action which is arbitrary, capricious, or whimsical. United States v. Wright,” Pelican Production Corp. v. Marino, 893 F.2d 1143 (10th Cir. 1990), see attached.
While Father has unsuccessfully attempted to appeal the 6/13/2019 “gatekeeper order” in the parallel case, as it was based on the discriminatory “he is dangerous, writes too much, and is not cogent” direct reference to Father’s immigrant Romanian national origin and his purpose fabricated “possible mental health” problems, the order was current and therefore respected.
However, the Family Court never communicated any such orders, until the 3/7/2023 response from the Register, in the critical [other] matter, as the victimized layman mother felt the need to testify in the Family Court on 3/23/2023 that “the Court made me file” the repeated deliberately frivolous and damaging complaints for contempts against an indigent Father.