Michael E. Gans, Clerk of Court
Thomas F. Eagleton
Re: Appeal #12-2435
Dear Mr. Gans,
Dear Mr. Gans,
Please note that I made two motions to correct typographical errors in my pleadings to the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri before they finalized the case. I am assuming that they are part of the case that has now been forwarded to the court of appeals as 12-2435. If this not be the case, please let me know and I will forward a revised copy to the United States Court of Appeals for The Eighth Circuit. I note that one of these motions affects the “caption” for this issue.
I am herewith including a Motion and Affidavit for Permission, to Appeal In Forma Pauperis dated Tuesday June 19, 2012 for your consideration.
We hold a “4-Year-Old Can Be Sued.” We can bail out the automakers to the tune of $75-$120+ billion. We can spend $1.3 trillions and rising on an attempt at nation building in Iraq and Afghanistan. We can make-work to stimulate the economy with $787 billion. We can bail out the Banks to the tune of $2.5 Trillion. But we cannot AFFORD to even consider the possibility of negligence, malice and corruption of “our chief justice (judges), our officials (prosecutors), or any of our servants (law enforcement)” and compensate the victims?
That is INSANITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If there is anything further I can do for you in this regard, please let me know.
Thank you in advance.
“Time is of the essence”
David G. Jeep
a. “Motion and Affidavit for Permission, to Appeal In Forma Pauperis dated Tuesday June 19, 2012”
cc: My Blog - Wednesday, June 20, 2012, 1:00:53 PM
 “Citing cases dating back as far as 1928, a New York State Supreme Court Justice has ruled that a young girl accused of running down an elderly woman while racing a bicycle with training wheels on a
sidewalk two years ago can be sued for negligence.” Justice Paul Wooten
of the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan Manhattan,
New York Times, edition, Published: October 28,
2010, A version of this article appeared in print on October 29, 2010, on page
A24 By Alan Feuer New York
 “Mark Zandi the chief economist at Moody’s Economy.com. “Dr. Zandi’s analysis found that the cost of rescuing the industry, across all aid programs would be at minimum $75 billion, and maybe go as high as $120 billion or more.”
 Cost of War in
Iraq $804,350,051,831, Cost of War in Afghanistan
$537,364,138,152 Total Cost of Wars Since 2001$1,341,714,189,983
 “Bailout Plan: $2.5 Trillion and a Strong U.S. Hand” The New York Times, By EDMUND L. ANDREWS and STEPHEN LABATON Published: February 10, 2009