the BROOKLYN LYCEUM : a once and future theater

(if due process has any meaning whatsoever)

needs eyes, brainstems and bodies

to COMPEL THE COURT TO DO WHAT IT MUST ...

  • to do what Judge Donald Scott Kurtz should have done:

    (dismiss case as abandoned, based on record before the court), or,

  • to do what the court must now do:

    (unwind every decision in the case for failure to serve any papers on Lyceum attorney)

    given that Judges Reinaldo E. Rivera, John M. Leventhal, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix and Valerie Brathwaite Nelson :

    • -- Found October 17, 2012 came after October 26, 2012.
    • -- Altered the docket/record to insert appearance by Lyceum attorney that Plaintiff attorney withheld from court (kept from the record) at the time of the initial motion in the case.

then help us RE-PROGRAM THE BROOKLYN LYCEUM ...
with votes garnered in helping to ensure Due Process for Brooklyn Theater!!

Brooklyn Lyceum fate
now rests on a few 5th grade level questions.


  • -- Did Defendants Lyceum/ Richmond appear prior to the 1st motion in the case? (YES)

  • -- Was appearance by counsel?(YES)

  • -- Did Plaintiff inform the court, in 1st motion papers, of that appearance Counsel?(NO)

  • -- Did Plaintiff serve initial motion on that Counsel? (NO)

  • -- Did the court ensure that Counsel was served initial motion papers?
    (NO, how could it, Plaintiff withheld appearance by that Counsel)

  • -- Did the court render a decision on the motion with no notice to that Counsel?(YES)

  • -- Can any such decision have any effect?
    (NO, it is void from the start, void ab initio, as the power of the court to entertain the motion was never invoked.)

If you are smarter than a 5th grader

and want to know about how to help restore the Brooklyn Lyceum,
read further and give a bit of your eyes, brainstem and body to that end.

To Help:

take
poll

sign affidavits
w/ 5th grader logic

make appearance
or two.

submit
case citation

buy some
Brooklyn Lyceum Swag

pay it forward
with some cash

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Help program the Brooklyn Lyceum with votes gained thereby.

Failure to serve Attorney for Lyceum / Richmond became THE critical issue when (a-d) cascaded into unintended consequences.

(a) Judge Donald Scott Kurtz failed to do a simple, minimal, and ministerial, revue of the record upon the submission of the first motion in the case:

(b) Kurtz, when called out on his failure to conduct review of record at time of first motion, failed to correct that failure. And, Kurtz went outside the record to justify his initial failure.

(c) On appeal of Kurtz's failures, Appellate Div. Judges Reinaldo E. Rivera, John M. Leventhal, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix & Valerie Brathwaite Nelson found Oct 17, 2012 came AFTER Oct 26, 2012, & also implicitly went outside the record to find that Richmond / Lyceum had appeared by attorney to avoid finding complaint abandoned.

(d) Appellate Division Judges Reinaldo E. Rivera, John M. Leventhal, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix and Valerie Brathwaite Nelson then refused to correct going outside the record and their math error, that 17 is greater than 27, in their decision about abandonement.

ABOUT

BrooklynLyceum.com
a DUE-PROCESS deprived
once and future Brooklyn theater, coffee shop, gym and sometimes cafe
(if due process has any meaning whatsoever)
needs your eyes, brainstem and body

Read! Think! Act! Appear!
take simple actions ... to compel the courts ... to do what is
common sense AND ethical AND moral AND required
by statute, case-law, common law and constitution.

HELP US RE-PROGRAM THE BROOKLYN LYCEUM.
Once the Lyceum gets the court:
  • to do what Judge Donald Scott Kurtz should have done:
    (dismiss case as abandoned, based on record before the court), or,
  • to do what the court must now do:
    (unwind every decision in the case for failure to serve any papers on Lyceum attorney)
    given what Judges Reinaldo E. Rivera, John M. Leventhal, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix and Valerie Brathwaite Nelson did do
    (find 17 > 26 and alter the docket to insert appearance by Lyceum attorney in order to avoid dismissal as abandoned)

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
GOWANAGUS

re-programming a DUE PROCESS DEPRIVED Brooklyn theater as soon as the legal swamp settles.
Once the Lyceum gets the court:
  • to do what Judge Donald Scott Kurtz should have done:
    (dismiss case as abandoned, based on record before the court), or,
  • to do what the court must now do:
    (unwind every decision in the case for failure to serve any papers on Lyceum attorney)
    given what Judges Reinaldo E. Rivera, John M. Leventhal, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix and Valerie Brathwaite Nelson did do
    (find 17 > 26 and alter the docket to insert appearance by Lyceum attorney in order to avoid dismissal as abandoned)
the Brookyn Lyceum will be back & needs to hit the swamp running.
To that end ...
--we are plotting programming now
so that we can implement that programming in the interim, either at the Brooklyn Lyceum or proxy sites.

--participate in programming the Lyceum
score curatorial votes by brain, body, past effort or wallet.
    Simple things to do to help the Lyceum due process cause:
  • --Take poll and tell us what you think of a couple of judges and their simple to interpret actions.
  • --Note presence of a document Plaintiff withheld from the court for 3 years.*
  • --Note sworn statement by Plaintiff counsel about that document.*
  • --Note lack of a particular document from the early (and short) record of the case.*
  • --Note date of notice of a motion.
  • --Note date that notice instructs all to appear.
  • --Note datetime stamp of a document (motion)(A).
  • --Note datetime stamp of a document (decision)(B)..
  • --Note A comes before B.
  • --Note Appellate decision that finds A comes AFTER B.
  • --Make appearance at hearing (watched court more likely to follow the rules).
  • --Contribute a case citation to the cause (if you have legal mojo in your bones).
  • --Buy swag for future curatorial voting rights.
  • --Contribute $$ to the cause for future curatorial voting rights.
*= and sign affidavit about what a 5th grader should see.
Individual affidavits about any of the above gets you 10 votes.
More complicated ones get you 20 votes.

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
OOBLE

Out Of Brooklyn Lyceum Events



-- As we seek to provide programming
for when the Brooklyn Lyceum (or any interim proxy) returns,
we need to see a LOT
of music, theatre, dance, comedy, etc.

-- To that end, we are accepting invitations
to see such work
to investigate if that work (or that group)
would be a good fit for the Lyceum (or any interim proxy)
.

-- In addition, we are also open to invitations
to see work for an actual written review
(whether or not there is any intent to present at the Lyceum).

We will post the review online, send it to email and social media, where appropriate.

Apply HERE.

-- If that interests you or your group, pursue that at OOBLE.ORG

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
THESMEE

Art exhibits popping up at the Brooklyn Lyceum
(or any interim proxy)

-- Wherever the Lyceum or any interim proxy goes,
art is sure to be part of the mix.

-- As we seek to exhibit art
at the Brooklyn Lyceum (or any interim proxy),
we need to seek submissions for the exhibits.

-- To that end, we are accepting submission appications now.

    One such exhibit may be in :
  • an approximately 1,000 square foot venue
    with 25 foot ceilings in New York State.
  • (location secret till we sign lease)
    We Expect:
  • two group exhibitions of 6 weeks each; and,
  • one 4 week solo exhibition
in Spring and Summer annually.

Apply HERE.


-- If that interests you or your group, pursue that at THESMEE.COM

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
SWASLU

When the Brooklyn Lyceum gets done
undoing a non-trivial set of procedural due process violations ...


There ... WILL ... BE ... BETTER ... COFFEE ...
on the Brooklyn Lyceum block.
till then
... Out & About & On The Road w/an answer:
... Inexorable Espresso Evolution ...
Flavor, not labor, from our espresso cellar!
-- 15 years of a coffee shop/cafe
and the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy taught us that
there is another, more ecological, way.

-- When the Brooklyn Lycem Due Process dust settles,
we may be taking on, or taking out,
Starbucks with our own Espresso cellar.

--Till then we are pulling espress shots the SwaSlu way, on the road again!

We make it a point not to be a roaster
and will be presenting multitudes of flavors of roasters
from, well, everywhere at interim locations, events, markets and fairs.

Interested in better americanos/lattes than you could ever do at home?
Take a dip HERE

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
8 EASY PIECES

The Inevitable return of the Brooklyn Lyceum


-- We are documenting a decade of malfeasance with commentary.

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
Due Process
In Brooklyn


The Brooklyn Lyceum
as a judicial jurisdictional pincushion.
    The LOWER COURT STORY (Judge Donald Scott Kurtz)
  • Lender (Plaintiff) initiated a foreclosure against Lyceum.
  • Based on the papers submitted by the Plaintiff, the first action in the case was fatally and facially tardy and jurisdictionally ineffective.
  • The judge, Donald Scott Kurtz, did, or failed to do the following:
      --Failed to dismiss the case as abandoned as was required.
      --Granted relief not requested in the moving papers.
      --Granted relief not listed under the statute noticed.
      --Premised decision on two non-existent documents.
  • Defendant Richmond moved to dismiss the case as abandoned.
      --Counsel for defendant admitted to the court on October 24, 2012, that Plaintiff had moved 6 months later than the abandonment statute allowed.
      --After this admission, the Court gave Plaintiff extra time to come up with another answer.
      --Plaintiff Counsel produced a sworn statement from former Plaintiff counsel admitting Plaintiff had regular and repeated interaction with counsel for Richmond and Lyceum PRIOR to October 26, 2009 motion.
      --Plaintiff Counsel produced a sworn statement that Plaintiff counsel had admitted, in a hearing on October 24, 2012, that the initial motion was 6 months late.
      --The Decision referenced documents that did not exist at the time of the October 26, 2009 Notice of Motion.
      --The Decision does not address Plaintiff admission to moving 6 months after statutory abandonment.
  • The judge then followed it up by granting a motion on no notice.
  • Defendant Richmond appealed the refusal to dismiss the case as abandoned (APPEAL #1).
  • The Lyceum moved to vacate the Order of Reference never served on the attorney for Richmond and the Lyceum, and the Judgment of Foreclosure with the facially statutorily insufficient notice, either of which would unwind the sale of the Brooklyn Lyceum.
  • The Plaintiff, in opposition papers, admitted ...:
      --Plaintiff failed to serve the October 26, 2009 Notice of Motion on the sworn to counsel for Richmond / Lyceum, David Blum, Esq.
      --Plaintiff's March 17, 2011 Notice of Motion instructed those noticed to apear on April 18, 2001.
      --Plantiff's ?? Notice of Entry of the Judgment of Foreclosure failed to accurately describe the Decision attached to the Notice of Entry.
  • The court is required to address jursdictional arguments before it takes any action after they are raised.
  • Judge Kurtz, rather than addressing the jurisdictional challenges, as required, refused to provide a required court reporter at the hearing on the motion and failed to acknowledge the hearing occurred (and that Richmond raised all three jurisdictional arguments orally) in a decision that said:
    "If I were to address the motion, I would deny it"
    The APPELLATE COURT STORY (Judge Reinaldo Rivera)
  • The Lyceum appealed the decision on whether the first action in the case was statutorily abandoned.
  • Once the appeal was fully briefed, it took 2.5 years to get calendered for oral argument.
  • At oral argumment on appeal, the Lyceum raised three jurisdictional challenges that, being jurisdictional, can be raised as late as oral argument on appeal:
      --The Lower court had granted a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale on no notice.
      --The required notice of entry of the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale was invalid as it did not truly descibe the document entered.
      --The Plaintiff, having now sworn that the Lyceum had actually appeared, contrary to prior sworn statement, failed to serve the attorney for the Lyceum with whom they had repeated communicatuion, including extensions of time to answer.
  • The Appellate Court ignored the jurisdictional arguments, and, in order to avoid ruling a case abandoned based on the record presented to the lower court:
      --Made up a fact (finding October 19 comes after October 26)
      --Found that the Plaintiff had timely moved in the first motion in the case.
        ---- an impossible finding from the record in the lower court at the time of the motion in question,
      ---- a finding that could only be possible if the court altered the lower docket to incorporate proof of Lyceum appearance, and appearance that triggered the three jurisdictional issues raised at oral argument.
  • The Appellate Court denied a motion to reconsider whether 19 > 26 or whether the Appellate court went outside the record and altered the docket.
  • The Appellate Court denied a motion to for leave to appeal whether 19 > 26 or whether the Appellate court went outside the record and altered the docket.
    The COURT OF APPEALS STORY
  • The COURT OF APPEALS:
      --dismissed stating the court did not have jurisdiction over 19 > 26
      --(but did not deny)

      --a motion to for leave to appeal

      --whether 19 > 26 or
      --whether the Appellate court went outside the record and altered the docket.
    NEXT LYCEUM STEPS
  • We are sure that making mathmatically impossible findings is directly akin to jurisdictional issues
    (the court has no authority to get 5th grade math wrong).

    In the event that Court of Appeals fails to do its job, we will be back with writs to compel the courts to address the jurisdictional arguments and 5th grader math failure.

Judicial due process violations brought to you by
Judges Donald Scott Kurtz, Reinaldo Rivera & Devin Cohen
SUMMARY: Brooklyn Lyceum case is simple. no more places to run to, no more places to hide.

The Lyceum had the Plaintiff dead to rights
(case was statutorily abandoned based solely on the record provided to the court by the Plaintiff).

Judge Donald Scott Kurtz
broke the law to let the Plaintiff
continue abandoned case.

especially given that the Plaintiff failed to put in even a "dog ate my homework" sufficient cause excuse.

Judge Reinaldo Rivera
aided and abetted Kurtz by:

-- making up a fact (Oct. 17 comes after Oct. 26) &
-- going outside the record to save the Plaintiff.
-- altering lower docket to insert a Defendant appearance when there was not one on the record.
-- altering appellate record to make Defendant allege "intrinsic" fraud when appelalte papers clearly allege "extrinsic" fraud.

Ruling threw Plaintiff
into retroactive jurisdictional traps:

-- failure to serve the Lyceum attorney ANY papers.
-- requesting reliefs not authorized by cited statute.
-- premising requested relief on non-exstent attorney affirmation.
-- noticing parties to appear a DECADE IN THE PAST.
-- Kurtz granted relief not requested.
-- Kurtz premised a decision on TWO non-existent sworn statements.
-- Kurtz granted what was NOT available under cited statute.
CALLS TO ACTION:
Take poll, vote, sign affidavit, appear, contribute.
Then help program the Brooklyn Lyceum!
Pass judgment on Judges not smarter than a 5th grader!!
If a judge:
--can't figure out which is greater of two numbers or
--can't see that the Plaintiff noticed parties to appear a decade in the past or
--premises decisions on non-existent documents, i

how can you trust those judges with things that are complicated?
Take a look at some crystal clear STUPIDS and tell us what you think of a judge who would do these types of STUPIDS.
Crowd-Source legal citations
If you have a legal frame of mind, take a look at the dozen (and growing) brain-dead simple issues that do not allow for any judicial discretion.
We are seeking 100 citations (in any jurisdiction) to support each of the premises that will set the Brooklyn Lyceum free.
If you are first to subit an on point case (even if it contradicts our position), you will earn, if you leave your email address, one Brooklyn Lyceum Curatorial vote.
Sign Affidavit!
You don't have to be a judge to see when a judge does a STUPID.
Review a couple of dates or a couple of lines in some documents or note the absense of a document from a short record and sign an affidavit that you swear to. Just the facts, no conclusions necessary.
Send us the affidavit(s) and, if they are true to form and content, you will earn some Lyceum street cred via curatorial voting rights you can use, transfer or exchange (ten (10) votes for each accepted affidavit and one (1) vote for each use of the affidavit in court papers).
Appear!, Spread the Word!
In addition to an affidavit, we believe that a watched judiciary tends to do its job more than an unwatched one.
To that end, if you appear at specified junctures, just as an observer, you will get twenty (20) votes.
Lastly, we may need to have fliers distributed at places out and about.
To that end, for each hour of flier distribution, you will get ten (10) votes.
COMING SOON
Keep this from happening.
The Lyceum was floored when Appellate Judge Reinaldo Rivera made up a fact (Oct. 17 is after Oct. 26) after stating at the Lyceum Oral Argument on Sep. 26, 2018, that the 2nd dept. would "get to the bottom" of things because "the 2nd dept. has an excellent reputation".
To stop this madness, we endeavor to review all (2018-2020) Appellate Oral Arguments and review papers and decisions to document such malfeasances and outright lies by the Appellate Court.
LYCEUM CURATORIAL VOTING/PROXY/TRANSFER/EXCHANGE
WHY BOTHER? ART MATTERS! DUE PROCESS MATTERS! JUDGES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:
--LIE (MAKE UP FACTS)!
--ALTER DOCKET !
--GRANT MOTION ON NO NOTICE!
--REFUSE TO CORRECT GRANTING MOTION ON NO NOTICE!
--GRANT RELIEF NOT REQUESTED!
--GRANT RELIEF NOT AVAILABLE UNDER STATUTE CITED!
--PREMISE DECISIONS ON NON-EXISTENT DOCUMENTS!
DUE PROCESS VIOLATIONS HAVE NO STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS!
  • You can get in on the ground floor of the rebirth of a facility that has welcomed the likes of:

    Fiona Apple,
    Ted Danson,
    Amanda Palmer,
    Adrian Grenier,
    Yo La Tego,
    the Knights Orchestra,
    a Charlie Brown Christmas,
    rocky: the musical, etc.
It only takes a little time to help jumpstart the LYCEUM DUE PROCESS TRAIN.
HOW CAN I HELP?
(0 Votes): Take our online poll & tell us what you think of judicial STUPIDS:
--granting motion on no notice,
--finding Oct. 17 comes AFTER Oct. 26, ...
--granting relief not requested,
--refusing to address jurisdictional challenges,
(10 votes):
Review a few lines in a few documents, a couple of dates therein, note presence of documents, note absence of a documents in a short record and
--Sign, notarize and send us affidavits.
(1 vote):
Per use of affidavit in court filing.
(20 votes): --Appearance at hearings or specially designated places/times (a watched judiciary more likely to perform unbiased job). (10 votes): --Per hour flier distribution (places/times TBA).
(1 vote): --Be first to submit an on point citation regarding these simple judical STUPIDS. (1 vote): --Be first to submit to us an act/event not mentioned in the "BEFORE" button. (1 vote): --For every $25 spent:HERE
CULTURE WARRIORS
If you pulled espressos, swept floors, worked, booked, produced, designed or performed at the Brooklyn Lyceum, you get a vote bonus based on the Lyceum involvement in the past to be added to the first accepted affidavit as a Due Process Warrior!.
  • LYCEUM CREWE = 1 / participatory month.
  • RUN PRODUCER ENTITY = 10 / week of run.
  • RUN CREATIVE = 2 / week of run.
  • RUN CREWE = 1 / week of run
  • RUN PERFORMER = 1 / performance
  • MARKET/CONVENTION TABLER = 1 / table day (2/day if booth)
  • FESTIVAL PRODUCER ENTITY = 20 / festival week
  • FESTIVAL CREATIVE = 2 / festival week
  • FESTIVAL ENTRY LIVE = 1 / festival performer
  • FESTIVAL ENTRY - NOT LIVE = 1 / festival
  • PUBLIC EVENT RENTAL = 5
  • PUBLIC EVENT PERFORMER = 1 per each day of performing
  • PRIVATE RENTAL = 1 / week
ALTERNATIVES USE/ROLLOVER YOUR VOTE!
  • Monthly On-Line Vote
  • OR - Rollover Up to 6 times (months)
PROXY/TRANSFER YOUR VOTE
  • Have a person/organization you want to help?
    Use Proxy to give them your vote (for up to a year).
    Use Transfer to give them your votes PERMANENTLY.
TRADE IN YOUR VOTE
  • All garnered votes can be exchanged for:
    --1 Hour Lyceum Staffer time per 10 votes exchanged for any of a growing list of approved causes.
    (that works out to be one hour of Lyceum time per accepted affidavit & two hours for each appearance.)
    --Votes automatically returned to Lyceum if not used for 12 voting cycles (12 months/1 Year)
VOTING PROCESS GARNER VOTES affidavit, appearance, case citation, distribution,
missing act/event submission, purchase.

When the Lyceum has succeeded in restoring its due process rights, or the Lyceum launches proxy sites whilst the battle is fought...

VOTE

--Once a month get an email notice of the events/acts/rentals to be voted upon.
--Via online system we are developing to vote. -OR-
--rollover (like phone minutes) votes up to six times.
--(votes unused within 6 "rollovers" are waived).
PASS JUDGMENT ON JUDGES WHO: Ignore Jurisdictional challenges, Grant motions on no notice, Grant relief not requested, Find Oct. 17 is AFTER Oct. 26 & Retroactively alter docket for lender.

Judge Donald Scott Kurtz

“When a case is before me, I try to give it my full attention,”
“Some judges would have just read the papers and signed them,”


Judge Reinaldo Rivera


“we will get to the bottom of this”
“the 2nd department has an excellent reputation”


SIMPLE THING JUGES REINALDO RIVERA and DONALD SCOTT KURTZ DON'T UNDERSTAND:
CONCEPT: --Court must address jurisdiction before proceeding.
CITE: --Robinson v. Oceanic Steam Nav. Co., 112 N.Y. 315, 324 (N.Y. 1889)
TEXT: --Jurisdiction of the action cannot be conferred upon the court by any consent or stipulation of the parties. The objection to the jurisdiction in such case may be taken at any stage of the action, and the court may, ex mero motu, at any time, when its attention is called to the facts, refuse to proceed further and dismiss the action. (Cooley's Const. Lim. 398; Davidsburgh v. Knickerbocker L. Ins. Co.,90 N.Y. 526.)
Click a button below to reload a new random case
in a topic Kurtz and/or Rivera screwed up
(19 topics and counting).
TOSS US A CASE CITATION
*=REQUIRED
SMOKING GUNS (DOCUMENTS)
  • #1A - NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE PAST : KURTZ


    The Plaintiff served a Notice of Motion on March 17, 2011 for all to appear a DECADE IN THE PAST, on April 18, 2001.


    Review a two page Plaintiff: NOTICE OF MOTION TO APPEAR A DECADE IN THE PAST.

    Review a two page Proof of Service : swearing notice of motion was served 10 years after hearing motion.

    An Affidavit about these STUPIDs we hope you will sign: Affidavit swears you saw a notice dated April 17, 2011 to appear on April 18, 2001, and, that you saw that service was sworn to have been done a decade after the noticed hearing..


    The inescapable result of the Judge Donald Scott Kurtz failure to do basic date checks reviewing the facially and jurisdictionally bad NOTICE OF MOTION and proof of jurisdictionally tardy service of the NOTICE OF MOTION is that the sale of the Brooklyn Lyceum is void, right from the start, or ab initio.

    Note: the date of the Notice of Motion, from the second page (March 17, 2011) or the vertical date-time stamp on 1st page (2011 MAR 17 AM 11:24) and the handwritten MOTION SUPPORT date on the lower part of the first page (3-17-11).

    Note: the date all were noticed to appear (lines 4-6 of page #1) : "the undersigned will move this court .... on the 18th day of April, 2001 at 9:30 a.m. ...".

  • #1B - SMOKING GUNS (DOCUMENTS)


    SMOKING GUN: NOTICE TO APPEAR A DECADE IN THE PAST PROOF OF SERVICE A DECADE AFTER NOTICED HEARING

  • #1C - AFFIDAVIT FOR THE CAUSE


    Any 5th Grade fool could see Affidavit

  • #2A - APPELLATE COURT JUDGE FINDS 19 > 26: REINALDO RIVERA


    In order to rule against the Brooklyn Lyceum, Judge Reinaldo Rivera found that the Lyceum must lose because a cross-motion to have the case declared abandoned by Plaintiff inaction came after the entry of the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale.

    The DECISION IS STUPID because it is makes a case the court was REQUIRED, by statute, to dismiss as abandoned by Plaintiff inaction
    can become unabandoned by further Plaintiff action combined with the Court's failure to follow the statute.
    The DECISION IS FLAT OUT WRONG on the simple, 5th grader math comparison of two dates.
    The Cross-Motion (October 19, 2012) came BEFORE, not AFTER the entry of the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale (October 26, 2012).


    Review a line in a short Appellate Decision(Page 3 last Para, lines 2-3#): "The cross motion was untimely since it was made after entry of the judgment of foreclosure and sale "
    Review Motion Clerk date on the Cross-Motion (October 19, 2012) :
    Motion Support hand-written date: 10/19/12 AND adjacent datetime stamp of October 22, 2012

    Review Date-Time stamp on the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale (October 26, 2012). Last Page DateTime Stamp: October 26, 2012


    An Affidavit about these STUPIDs we hope you will sign: Affidavit you saw that the datetime stamp of the Cross-Motion was BEFORE, not AFTER, the Judgment of Foreclosure.

  • #2B - SMOKING GUNS (DOCUMENTS)


    IMPOSSIBLE MATH FINDING: 19>26!
    CLERK ACCEPTED CROSS-MOTION ON OCTOBER 19, 2012
    JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE ENTERED OCTOBER 26, 2012.

  • #2C - AFFIDAVIT FOR THE CAUSE


    Any 5th Grade fool could see (19<26) Affidavit

  • #3A - REINALDO RIVERA ALTERS DOCKET TO AVOID STATUTE


    COMING SOON

  • #4 - IMPACTS OF DOCKET ALTERATION


    COMING SOON

  • THROW DOWN FOR DUE PROCESS: SEND US AFFIDAVITS FOR DUE PROCESS


    --Read up on the judicial shenanigans, become one with the simple logics.
    --Fill out one or more of the affidavits.
    --Take to a notary and sign the affidavit before the notary.
    --Send the Affidavits to:
        Eric Richmond
        2107 Regent Place
        Brooklyn, NY 11226
    Once we have unwound the sale of the Lyceum, we will redeem each affidavit accepted (passing review for content and form) by :
    --10 votes for each accepted affidavit,
    --one vote each time the affidavit is used in a court proceeding,
    --20 votes for any appearance at a hearing, and
    --5 votes per hour of distributing fliers/cards to spread the word.

    You can use the votes to :
    --chime in on programming Brooklyn Lyceum cultural events, or
    --you can proxy them to some other person/entity for a period of time, or
    --you can transfer them permanently to some other person/entity, or
    --you can, when you no longer wish to have votes, trade them in for Lyceum staff time for one of a list of causes.

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  • --Opinion: Two RGB Members Agree with Mayor—NYC Needs a Rent Freeze Now

Science feeds of note ...

  • POPULAR SCIENCE
  • --Five beast-mode workouts PopSci editors are doing from home
  • --Nature’s best toilet paper substitutes
  • --Dogs and scientists team up to save burnt, starving koalas
  • REDDIT - SCIENCE
  • --Individuals with low psychological well-being are more likely to experience a positive mood change a
  • --Newly developed enzymes allow the CRISPR–Cas9 genome-editing system to target a huge range of mutati
  • --Deepwater Horizon oil spill disrupted birds' ability to stay warm, to mate, and to store fat, new re
  • SLASHDOT
  • --America's FDA Eases Restrictions on Mask-Sterilizing Technology Amid Coronavirus Shortages
  • --Black Hole Photo May Also Have Captured Light From Around the Universe
  • --Could Robots Help Us Fight Infectious Diseases?

Evolution feeds of note ...

  • CELL.COM
  • --The Demographic Buffering Hypothesis: Evidence and Challenges
  • --Straw Foxes: Domestication Syndrome Evaluation Comes Up Short
  • --Phylogenetics is the New Genetics (for Most of Biodiversity)
  • NYTIMES: EVOLUTION
  • --Neanderthals Feasted on Seafood, Seabirds, Perhaps Even Dolphins
  • --What to Name the Oldest Modern Bird Fossil? Wonderchicken
  • --Sitting Is Bad for Our Health. Should We Squat More Instead?
  • NATURE.COM
  • --Genomic Epidemiology of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus faecium (VREfm) in Latin America: Revisiti
  • --Architectural evolution in cocoons spun by Hyalophora (Lepidoptera; Saturniidae) silk moth species
  • --Mapping the breast cancer metastatic cascade onto ctDNA using genetic and epigenetic clonal tracking
  • FRONTIERS IN
  • --Perianth Phyllotaxis Is Polymorphic in the Basal Eudicot Anemone and Eranthis Species
  • --Of Circuits and Brains: The Origin and Diversification of Neural Architectures
  • --Gene Regulatory Network Homoplasy Underlies Recurrent Sexually Dimorphic Fruit Fly Pigmentation

Espresso feeds of note ...

  • I NEED COFFEE
  • --Making Lampshades and Flowers With Used Coffee Filters
  • --Life is Coffee Comics #30
  • --Roast in Parchment (RIP) Coffee
  • PERFECT DAILY FEED
  • --How To Support Your Local Roaster During Social Distancing
  • --Compartiendo Conocimientos Entre la Tienda de Café y la Finca
  • --A Beginner’s Guide to Cupping Coffee & Improving Your Palate
  • SPRUDGE
  • --#StillRoasting Coffee Map
  • --Results From The Sprudge COVID-19 Reader’s Poll
  • --Mental Health Resources For These Times
  • REDDIT COFFEE
  • --[MOD] The Official Noob-Tastic Question Fest
  • --[MOD] What have you been brewing this week?/ Coffee bean recommendations
  • --How do I start drinking black coffee?