Just an update to: https://trentontompkins.com/does-the-court-of-appeals-for-the-third-circuit-deliberately-mess-up-in-pro-se-prisoner-cases/ The court just entered this order: In response to this motion: So, my request for leave to file attachments was granted, even though I don’t know what legal basis there was to need to request leave. I’m expecting a denial, without explanation. That’s because there isn’t a legal basis for… Continue reading Motion for attachments granted?
Author: Trent Tompkins
Moral injury is the damage done to one’s conscience or moral compass when that person perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress one’s own moral beliefs, values, or ethical codes of conduct. “Moral injury is damage done to the soul of the individual.” The article talks about war. Cowardice is bad as well. If you… Continue reading Interesting read
Does the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Deliberately Mess up in Pro Se Prisoner Cases?
This is the order I just got from the Third Circuit court of appeals clerk. (pdf) 3d Cir. L.A.R. 40.1(a) states: (a) A petition seeking rehearing must be filed electronically as provided in L.A.R. Misc. 113. Paper copies need not be filed unless directed by the clerk. Petitions must include as an exhibit a copy… Continue reading Does the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Deliberately Mess up in Pro Se Prisoner Cases?
Guilty plea taken in Comm. v Ernest Snyder
I haven’t written much online about what happened to me. Some mix of writers’ block and PTSD has made the process both painfully frustrating and frustratingly painful. But last night I saw something that troubled me, and decided today to write about it, a situation less personal to me than my own. On 6/24/21 a… Continue reading Guilty plea taken in Comm. v Ernest Snyder
The Melian Dialogue
When you speak of the favor of the gods, we may as fairly hope for that as yourselves; neither our pretensions nor our conduct being in any way contrary to what men believe of the gods, or practice among themselves. Of the gods we believe, and of men we know, that by a necessary law… Continue reading The Melian Dialogue
Tompkins v. Hackett
The district court ruled this case was barred by Heck v Humphrey.
After over 4 years, I can once again post online…