by Laurie Azgard

Brian D. Hill [USWGO alternative news] had filed a writ of mandamus [Writ of mandate and prohibition] in the fourth circuit U.S. federal court of appeals in Richmond, Virginia. Brian is asking the supervisory court to mandate that the U.S. district court in the middle district of North Carolina vacate all fraudulent begotten judgments including his wrongful conviction in 2014.


Appeal-19-2338-Docket-Dec-1-2019 – Docket mirror
Appeal-19-2338-Document-2 – Writ of mirror
Appeal-19-2338-Document-9 – Joint mirror

Petitioner of that writ of mandamus and writ of prohibition is attempting to prohibit the district court from imprisoning Brian D. Hill on December 6, 2019, at FMC Lexington, and mandate that all fraudulent begotten judgments be vacated.

This is again on the issue of fraud upon the court. One blog posted many case laws regarding fraud upon the court and void judgments. Brian is asserting that the district court had no jurisdiction to even order his imprisonment due to a fraudulent begotten probation arrest warrant and petition for revocation. Brian also filed evidence that he was a victim of carbon monoxide gas poisoning prior to his weird behavior on September 21, 2018, but the court refuses to accept it because he doesn’t have the blood levels. Brian was prematurely discharged from the Martinsville hospital and so he and his family are considering a lawsuit to make the hospital pay the damages of Brian being criminally charged in both state [state charge] and federal [supervised release violation] courts, house damage repairs, and any other expenses incurred by the repercussions of the carbon monoxide poisoning.

If Brian succeeds with his writ of mandamus, the higher court could end his wrongful conviction and overturn his sentence for the repeated pattern of frauds proven by Brian and his family against assistant U.S. attorney Anand Prakash Ramaswamy.

Brian may be forced to go to federal prison in just 4 days unless the higher courts or President Trump takes action NOW. His wrongful conviction continues. The repeated miscarriages of justice continue against Brian.