Friday, February 9, 2007

Pence v. Zifcak (Maryland U.S.D.C.) (Not Approved for Publication.)

Issued February 7, 2007 -- Opinion of Judge Deborah K. Chasanow. Not approved for publication.

The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland disposed of a pro se complaint alleging multiple state and federal common law, statutory and constitutional violations arising out of Plaintiff's arrest and involuntary medical commitment and the seizure of Plaintiff's large cache of firearms. These procedures took place after Plaintiff allegedly reported a crime against him to the police, and identified his African-American and "Zionist" physicians as the likely perpetrators of that crime due to their alleged racial or other "animus" against him, and after police officers discovered multiple firearms, ammunition, a bullet-proof vests and multiple gallon containers of human urine at the residence of the Plaintiff.

Having previously dismissed a number of Plaintiff's counts, the Court entered summary judgment against Plaintiff pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6) on the remaining counts brought under 42 U.S.C 1983, Md. Declaration of Rights Arts. 24 and 26 and multiple state law personal and property torts brought under the Local Government Tort Claims Act against several of the arresting officers.

The full opinion is available in PDF.

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