Re: Purpura v. Gov. Christie et al.,
Decades have come and gone during which time many cases have come before the United States Supreme Court which could have settled the Second Amendment dilemma.
Now pending before the Supreme Court of the United States is the most viable and unquestionable argument in support of our Second Amendment right to bear arms in regards to self defense,whether inside one’s home or out.
Once read, the Petitioner’s ‘Motion to Expedite’ and the ‘Writ of Certiorari’, will most certainly convince the reader that they are flawless documents which validate their Relief Claims by use of indisputably established U.S. Supreme Court precedent. Rulings which both predate and postdate Heller, McDonald, and Caetano each of which solidify the individual’s right to bear arms for self-protection.
Courts are required to adhere to their prior decisions and therefore our documents ( listed above) have unambiguously proven this matter and relief requested before the Court is/was stare decisis.
Survival of this Writ and every individual’s civil right depends on all of us uniting as one uniform force, working and standing together for a long overdue constitutional ruling.
Together we can and must commit every legal resource available. For far too long, Americans in numerous states have been denied their civil right, by way of de facto law, which converts the inalienable right to self defense into a privilege controlled by autocrats.
Attached is a copy of Petitioner’s Writ of Certiorari in booklet form and a copy of the Motion to Expedite. The time has come to stand together and that time may be growing short.
We await your response.
Duty Honor Country
JOIN US IN THIS UNSETTLED LEGAL CHALLENGE BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT EITHER WITH AN AMICUS CURIE BRIEF OR BE PART OF A MULTI-STATE ACTION.
SAPPA GROUP INVITES LIKE MINDED
LITIGANTS TO JOIN THE SCOTUS BATTLE
NOTE: The letter below is being sent to over (10) legal groups across the country which are at this time involved in Second Amendment legal actions. The SAPPA Group has voted to invite each of them to combine forces with us and file either a Multi-State Action or an Amicus Curiae Brief to SCOTUS. In the concern for their privacy we will not at this time disclose the groups that will be joining our effort. That list, after we receive approval to do so, will be released in an upcoming update.
In the meantime below is the letter we have prepared and sent to those ten groups.
You can download this letter in PDF HERE.
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