they were involved with terrorism and showed no "reasonableness."
Mallon v. Chrissie (Hynde) Mallon. Mr. Mallon alleges that Ms. Hynde is his wife, and that she has failed to deal with him. He says that Hynde is "not doing her part," that she is "too far away," and that she "didn't communicate" with him. He states that "I demand all that she is, and has, as a very minimum of at least that, and plus, I demand my children from her, too; in other words, I demand as compensation, all of my wife's and our -- my children's possessions, life, and even rights, and I have to own and posses all that is of my wife and children."
Mallon v. United States. Mr. Mallon claims that the United States has failed to deal with him. He states that the recent presidential debates "caused me damage because instead of me being dealt with, I was still left out in the middle of nowhere . . . ." He says he must be dealt with because of, among other things, his United States Presidency, his "law work," and his law cases in this Court.
Mallon v. United States Presidency of George Bush. Mr. Mallon says that President Bush did not carry out his presidency properly, and that President Bush has not dealt with Mr. Mallon's U.S. presidency. He says the White House has not responded to his communication, and President Bush "has not been properly regarding the reality of my GOD'S MIRACLE CROSS and the fact of me being God." He also seeks to impeach President Bush, citing incidents involving taxes and the war in Kuwait.
AND NOW, TO WIT, this 17th day of November, 1992, IT IS ORDERED that:
1. Leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted in all cases.
2. All of the above captioned matters are dismissed as frivolous pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915 (d).
3. The temporary restraining order issued on October 26, 1992, as extended for a period of 10 days by Order of November 3, 1992, is hereby made permanent. Accordingly, Plaintiff Joseph Mallon is hereby permanently enjoined from filing any documents in this Court without the approval of the Court. The Court will consider granting such approval only if Mr. Mallon includes with any submission to the Court a certification or attestation that: a) the claims he wishes to present are new claims, never before raised and disposed of on the merits by any federal court, b) Mr. Mallon believes the facts alleged in the complaint to be true, and c) Mr. Mallon knows of no reason to believe that his claims are foreclosed by controlling law. Mr. Mallon may be subject to punishment by contempt if he submits any document without such certification or submits a false certification.
4. The Clerk is directed to mark any papers submitted by Mr. Mallon as "Received," and shall direct same to my attention. In the event that I approve of the commencement of a new action, I will forward the complaint and other supporting papers to the Clerk for assignment in accordance with the same procedure that would govern the random assignment of Court cases.
5. Mr. Herbert G. Keene, Jr. and the law firm of Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young, having been appointed by this Court to represent Mr. Mallon's interests on the issue of whether the temporary restraining order should become permanent, are hereby relieved of all responsibilities with regard to legal representation of Mr. Mallon.
6. The injunction imposed today shall not operate to preclude Mr. Mallon from filing a notice of appeal with regard to any provisions of this Order.
EDUARDO C. ROBRENO, J.