CAUS

CAUS vs US

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA

CITIZENS AGAINST UFO SECRECY, INC.

Plaintiff,

Vs.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;
JANET RENO, Attorney General United States;
WILLIAM S. COHEN, Secretary of Defense United States;
STATE OF ARIZONA, JANE HULL, Governor;

Defendants.

COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY and MANDATE RELIEF AND INJUNCTION

PLAINTIFF, FOR CLAIMS AGAINST DEFENDANTS, ALLEGE:

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT AND SUMMARY


1. Under our constitutional system, the power to protect its citizens against invasion is vested in the Government of the United States. It executes its law enforcement powers through the Justice Department, administered by the Attorney General and its military powers through the Department of Defense, administered by the Secretary of Defense.

2. The sovereign State of Arizona as well as the other sovereign states of the United States must rely on the Government of the United States to protect its citizens against invasion by effectively exercising its authority over law enforcement and military defense.

3. Unfortunately, the federal government's inadequate policies and practices towards a present and ongoing clandestine invasion, is a violation of its responsibility under the U.S. Constitution. Owing to the federal government's inadequate law enforcement and military defense policies, its failure to observe its obligations under statutory and constitutional law, and its reliance on attitudes that actually impede investigation of this invasion, many residents of the State of Arizona continue to be subjected to unlawful and nonconsensual intrusions of their homes amounting to unlawful violations of their civil, legal and constitutional rights. Further, the skies of the State of Arizona continue to be subjected to incursions of unidentified and unusual aerial craft which continue to pose a threat with their technologically advanced performance capabilities and their association with the above-described intrusions.

4. This proceeding is brought to require the Government of the United States as well as the State of Arizona to comply with its constitutional and statutory obligations to protect the aggrieved residents of the State of Arizona against invasion from these intruders and their aerial craft.

5. By this action, Citizens Against UFO Secrecy, representing the aggrieved residents of the State of Arizona, seek the intervention of the courts to correct state and federal inaction that cannot be corrected in any other way and to enforce the federal government's obligation to protect the residents of the State of Arizona against invasion under Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution.

PARTIES

Plaintiff

6. Plaintiff, Citizens Against UFO Secrecy, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "CAUS") is an Arizona, not-for-profit, public interest organization with over ten thousand members worldwide, including hundreds of residents in the State of Arizona. CAUS is dedicated to ending the secrecy surrounding these intrusions, the unusual and unidentified craft associated with them, and the ongoing clandestine invasion.

Defendants

7. Defendant, United States of America, is a sovereign constitutional government of those enumerated powers specified in the Constitution of the United States, which include primary express and implied responsibility for protecting the states and its citizens against invasion. All references in this complaint to the "United States" refer to Defendant United States of America in its sovereign capacity.

8. Defendant, Janet Reno, is Attorney General of the United States and is responsible, by delegation from the President and Congress of the United States, for the execution and administration of all laws relating to law enforcement. All references in this complaint to the "Attorney General" refer to Defendant Janet Reno.

9. Defendant, William S. Cohen, is Secretary of Defense of the United States and is responsible, by delegation from the President and Congress of the United States, for the execution and administration of all laws relating to the military. All references in this complaint to the "Secretary of Defense" refer to Defendant William S. Cohen.

10. Defendant, State of Arizona, is a sovereign state of the United States of America. All references in this complaint to "Arizona" refer to Defendant State of Arizona in its sovereign capacity.

11. Defendant, Jane Dee Hull, is the duly elected and acting Governor of the State of Arizona, and in that capacity is vested with the supreme executive power of the State of Arizona and is responsible for the faithful execution of all laws. All references in this complaint to "Governor" refer to Defendant Jane Dee Hull.

12. Defendants Reno, Cohen and Hull are sued in their official capacities.

JURISDICTION

13. This Court has jurisdiction over all claims asserted in this action pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1331 because all matters in controversy arise under the Constitution and laws of the United States.

14. This Court has jurisdiction over all claims asserted in this action, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1361, because the action is one in the nature of mandamus and seeks to compel officers of the United States to perform duties owed to plaintiff under the Constitution of the United States.

15. This Court has jurisdiction over all claims asserted in this action, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2201 and § 2202, because there is an actual controversy between plaintiff and the defendants requiring resolution by declaration of this court.

16. This Court has jurisdiction over all claims asserted in this action, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1346, because the claims are asserted against officials of the United States acting in their official capacities.

VENUE

17. A substantial portion of the events or omissions giving rise to the claims alleged arose within the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. Venue is proper in this Court, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1391, subdivision (b) and (e).

FIRST CLAIM FOR RELIEF
(Article IV, Section 4, United States Constitution)

18. The United States is required by the Constitution of the United States to protect the States, including Arizona and its residents, against invasion.

19. The purpose of Article IV, Section 4, of the Constitution of the United States is to protect the states, including Arizona, against widespread unlawful non-consensual intrusions into its residents' homes and unlawful violations of its residents' civil, legal and constitutional rights. By entry into union with the United States, the several states of the United States, including Arizona, surrendered to the United States its right to protect its borders against such unlawful nonconsensual intrusions by conferring that right upon the United States in exchange for a guarantee from the United States to protect them against such unlawful intrusions

20. By letter dated April 5, 1999, (Exhibit A) CAUS demanded that the Governor request, under Article IV; Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, the United States to protect Arizona against an ongoing clandestine invasion. CAUS also described the nature and extent of the invasion and included twenty-nine letters from Arizona residents requesting said action. (see Exhibit B for sample) The Governor has failed to respond to said letter.

21. By letter dated April 29, 1999, (exhibit C) CAUS informed the Attorney General that it had evidence that each of the United States, including Arizona, is being subjected to an ongoing clandestine invasion. CAUS also described the nature and extent of the invasion and demanded, on behalf of its members that she take action to protect each of the United States, including Arizona, from said invasion. The Attorney General has failed to respond to said letter.

22. By letter dated April 29, 1999, (exhibit D) CAUS informed the Secretary of Defense that it had evidence that each of the United States, including Arizona, is being subjected to an ongoing clandestine invasion. CAUS also described the nature and extent of the invasion and demanded, on behalf of its members, that he take action to protect each of the United States, including Arizona, from said invasion. The Secretary of Defense has failed to respond to said letter.

23. A group of unidentified intruders are continually violating the laws of each of the United States, including the laws of Arizona, by conducting non-consensual physical acts, including abductions, sexual abuses, assaults and unlawful imprisonment upon said residents in violation of said resident's civil, legal and constitutionally protected rights.

24. The aerial objects associated with these intruders have unrestricted, unlimited and uncontrolled access to the airspace above each of the United States, including Arizona, allowing the intruders to conduct nonconsensual trespasses into the homes of citizens of each of the United States, including the homes of the residents of Arizona.

25. Though notified of this invasion, the Governor has failed to take any action to protect the residents of Arizona from these unlawful acts, including, but not limited to, notifying the United States as requested by CAUS on behalf of its members.

26. Though notified of this invasion by CAUS, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Defense and the United States have failed to take any action to protect the residents of Arizona from these unlawful acts.

27. CAUS has sought remedial action by the defendants, but the defendants have failed to take any effective action to investigate, study, or repel the illegal intrusion of these unusual aerial objects and their occupants and to restrict and remove these craft and occupants from Arizona.

28. CAUS has exhausted all other political, legal and practical remedies to draw defendants' attention to this matter.

29. CAUS requests this Court to exercise its equitable jurisdiction to remedy the failure of the United States to protect Arizona from the above-described acts committed by said intruders.

30. Until such time that defendants perform their obligations under Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution, CAUS, to insure the continuation of the constitutional rights of its members in Arizona, seeks equitable relief from this Court requiring the United States to protect the residents of Arizona from this ongoing clandestine invasion.

RELIEF REQUESTED

WHEREFORE, PLAINTIFF REQUESTS AN ORDER:

A. Requiring the United States to formulate a plan to protect the residents of Arizona against said clandestine invasion;

B. Retaining continuing jurisdiction over this case to enforce or modify the relief requested;

C. Awarding plaintiff its costs and attorneys fees, and such other and further relief as this Court may find just and proper.

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED this 1st day of September, 1999.



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