On July 19, 2019, I filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento.
The Statement of Claim is as follows:
“In the name of God, I, Leah S. Caldwell, the Plaintiff claim the original intent and title of the Civil Rights Act of 1866, “An Act, to Protect all Persons in the United States in their Civil Rights and furnish the Means of their Vindication.” 14 Statute-at-Large, Chapter 31.
The Plaintiff claims that the Defendants have violated the Act and the Plaintiff’s civil rights by replacing the condition “not subject to any foreign power” with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), 50 United States Code (USC) 1801 embedded definitions of “foreign power” and “agent of a foreign power” subjecting the Plaintiff to FISA application approval without cause.
Plaintiff claims that this violation of her civil rights is a re-victimization and re-enslavement of a Black American descendant of slaves restricting and excluding her from the civil rights and protections guaranteed under: the Emancipation Proclamation, the 13th Amendment which freed the slaves, Blacks’ first civil right act: 14 Stat. 31, the Civil Rights Act of 1866 along with the 14th Amendment.
Plaintiff claims that the federal government FISA agents responsible for certifying and approving FISA applications including the director or deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the United States attorney general, deputy attorney general or senate-confirmed assistant attorney general in the Department of Justice (DOJ) with approval from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), 50 USC 1805 and the President, 1806 are liable.
Plaintiff claims that the Defendants misused the actual implementation of the federal government’s electronic surveillance act to exploit data collection for Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) with signals intelligence (SIGINT) for the National Security Agency (NSA) and are liable for civil rights violations per 14 Stat. 31, the 13th and 14 amendments, and 50 USC 1809, 1810.
The Defendants’ FISA application approval subjects the Plaintiff, a United States citizen on American soil, to electronic surveillance attacks and torture by the federal government, the FBI, DOJ, FISC, NSA and JEMSO as defined by the latter in Chapter 1 of its Joint Doctrine Note 3-16.
The Plaintiff claims the Defendants and the FISA application process failed to protect, restore or vindicate the Plaintiff in her civil rights as the federal government’s electronic surveillance torture replaces a Person of United States citizenship with a “Person of Interest” biometrically-frequency-linked into JEMSO’s management of the electromagnetic operations environment (EMOE). This environment which relies upon electronic warfare (EW) and its division of electronic attack, exploitation, data collection (SIGINT), and electronic surveillance (a.k.a. electronic warfare support), attacks and injures the Plaintiff; a “Person of Interest” targeted in POI Surveillance.
The Plaintiff claims that the Defendants are violating Plaintiff’s civil rights by placing the Plaintiff in a United States Marine Corps POI Surveillance mission attacking and torturing the Plaintiff using radiated, electromagnetic electronic surveillance weaponry including directed energy, lasers, electro-optical and infrared mechanisms, radio frequency weapons: high-powered microwave and electromagnetic pulse utilizing a specific frequency and magnitude thereby inflicting burns, scars, accelerated arthritis, tinnitus, evidence of electromagnetic sensors: semiconductors for frequency management, other physical injury and psychological trauma akin to PTSD in complete violation of the Plaintiff’s civil rights verified in June of 2019.
The relief requested is as follows:
Plaintiff asks the court to order
1. Immediate release of Plaintiff’s originally-approved FISA application, all subsequent renewals and modifications un-redacted to the Plaintiff; 2. Immediate release of all United States citizens’ originally-approved FISA applications, all subsequent renewals and modifications un-redacted to those persons; 3. Cease and desist immediately all electronic surveillance of the Plaintiff and of all United States citizens currently held in electronic surveillance as perpetrated under 50 USC Chapter 36, Subchapter I; 4. Actual damages of $17,520,000 per 50 U.S. Code 1809 and 1810 between 1995 and 2019; 5. Punitive and exemplary damages of $17,520,000 for the use of torture on an American citizen who despite the civil rights gains of her historically-oppressed ancestors was further-restricted from accessing those hard-won civil rights and legal protections due to the deception of federal agents; 6. Lifetime medical costs, pursuant to Civ Code, 3344; 7. Attorney’s fees, pursuant to Civ. Code, 3344; 8. Costs of suit, pursuant to Civ. Code, 3344; and 9. Such other relief as may be just.
On December 16, 2019, Appeal Number 19-17066 was filed in the Ninth Circuit of the Federal Court of Appeals in San Francisco, California.
In the statement of the case, the Appellant and Plaintiff, details the specifics of the appeal:
In the Spring of 2019, Plaintiff underwent extensive testing confirming the use of electromagnetic frequencies registered to two naval marine corps bases in California and trained upon the plaintiff. These naval frequencies are used for training operations within Command Control Communications Computers (C4/ISR) to simulate electronic warfare. According to the Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) Joint Doctrine Note 3-16, Chapter 1 (October 2016)[,] JEMSO dominates the electromagnetic operations environment by managing frequencies in order to conduct electronic warfare involving: attack, exploitation, surveillance and data collection of signals intelligence.
This case is currently in appeal in the Ninth Circuit Court of California.