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Restraining Orders Free For The Asking
Even if you Never Met the Person and live 2,000 Miles Away You Can take Away Another Person's Rights
(even a celebrity's) and Subject Them to a Jail Term (But only if you are a woman)





The final part of this e-mail is a bevy of stories about David Letterman, who was the victim of a restraining order by a woman who believes he is tormenting him over the air waves using secret code.


Amazingly, She was granted a temporary restraining order by Santa Fe District Judge Daniel Sanchez, who signed off on her application and set a Jan. 12 court date to determine whether to make the order permanent.


CLICK ON THIS TO SEE ACTUAL APPLICATION FOR A RESTRAINING ORDER (Keep clicking the numbers below for humor.)



And you know what, under current Massachusetts law, the fact that a restraining order issued can be used as proof that there was a “reasonable basis” to the restraining order, thus making a suit for libel subject to the anti-SLAPP special motion to dismiss, wherein David Letterman would have to pay attorney fees!


Stupid Judge Trick?
The Smoking Gun
New York Post, NY - 16 hours ago


Letterman's lawyers fight whack-job's restraining order
TV Squad, CA - Dec 21, 2005


Woman claims Letterman sends her codes
United Press International - Dec 21, 2005

Letterman seeks end to ban order
BBC News, UK 

Restraining Order Against Letterman Tossed

Greg Hession is an expert in restraining orders and fighting the good fight to stop the abuse.
SANTA FE, N.M. - A state judge has lifted a restraining order granted to a Santa Fe woman who accused talk-show host David Letterman of using coded words to show that he wanted to marry her and train her as his co-host.
udge Daniel Sanchez on Tuesday granted a request by lawyers for Letterman, host of CBS' "Late Show," to quash the temporary restraining order that he earlier granted to Colleen Nestler.
She alleged in a request filed Dec. 15 that Letterman has forced her to go bankrupt and caused her "mental cruelty" and "sleep deprivation" since May 1994.

Nestler requested that Letterman, who tapes his show in New York, stay at least 3 yards away and not "think of me, and release me from his mental harassment and hammering."
Lawyers for Letterman contended the order was without merit.

"He is entitled to a protection of his legal rights and a protection of his reputation," Pat Rogers, an Albuquerque lawyer representing Letterman, told the judge Tuesday.

The New Mexico court doesn't have jurisdiction over Letterman, who is a resident of Connecticut, Rogers said.
Nestler appeared in court without a lawyer and represented herself.

Responding to a question from the judge, Nestler said she had no proof of the allegations she had made against Letterman.
She also said that if Letterman or any of his representatives came near her, "I will break their legs" and establish proof of her allegations.

Nestler said after the court hearing that "I have achieved my purpose. The public knows that this man cannot come near me."
She also said that her comment about breaking legs "is not a threat."
"I appealed to the court for a restraining order to keep this man away from me, but now that's been denied me," she said. "He has access to me. He can actually come for me or send people. He has many accomplices. I know this sounds crazy. I was crazy to have listened to him in the beginning."

Nestler's application for a restraining order was accompanied by a six-page typed letter in which she said Letterman used code words, gestures and "eye expressions" to convey his desires for her.
She wrote that she began sending Letterman "thoughts of love" after his show began in 1993, and that he responded in code words and gestures, asking her to come East.
Nestler said Letterman asked her to be his wife during a televised "teaser" for his show by saying, "Marry me, Oprah." Her letter said Oprah was the first of many code names for her and that the coded vocabulary increased and changed with time.

This order should never have been issued, as the judge has no jurisdiction over Letterman, and because the woman is obviously wacky and has no evidence or even contact or relationship with him. She obviously made up things.
 Did the judge even ask if she ever met him?  What was the basis for a temporary order? 

This shows the true INSANITY of restraining orders today. These are generally issued on the request of any woman, against any man, not vice versa, placing the man in legal jeopardy of criminal acts when he has done nothing. These orders are totally unconstitutional because they often deprive the man of his children, property and freedom without any due process, proof or even an accusation of any crime. The judges are OUT OF CONTROL and doing illegal things every day without any penalty for violation of their oath of office to uphold the constitution and higher laws of the land. Legally this is considered "treason" against the U.S. and judges should be removed from the bench for such behavior.


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