Hamrick v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court for DC, Case No. 10-857-JDB, Amended Admiralty/RICO Act Complaint

Admiralty/RICO Act Case for Second Amendment Rights of U.S. Seamen

by Don Hamrick

Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms in intrastate, interstate, and maritime travel from a U.S. merchant seaman's point of view. Case started as a simple judicial review of the U.S. Coast Guard's Final Agency Action denying my application for "National Open Carry" endorsement on Merchant Mariner's Document in 2002. But because of judicial bias, corruption, and obstructions of justice by federal judges, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the defendants my case evolved into an admiralty/maritime case combined with RICO Act allegations in 2010. Extortion by federal judges, Seamen's Suit 28 U.S.C. § 1916 versus 18 U.S.C. § 872 of filing fees has put me in a stand-off with Justice Department, U.S. Marshals Service, FBI, U.S. Supreme Court Police and U.S. Capitol Police over my Citizen's Arrest Warrant for federal judges, including Chief Justice John G. Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court on the diferences of opinions on an "implied private right of action" in the Seamen's Suit law 28 U.S.C. § 1916. I need a Pro Bono attorney but cannot afford one (if I lose the case) or an attorney on contingency fee basis on $19 million in damages (if I win). See my blog at http://americancommondefencereview.wordpress.com/.