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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Brian Charles Vaeth
            v.
Mayor & City Council of Baltimore,
Fire & Police Employees Retirement System of Baltimore

Docket # ELH-16-1800

INDEPENDENT ACTION TO ASSESS WHETHER THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT HAS BEEN A VICTIM OF FRAUD ON THE COURT

May 31, 2018 - Complaint, Civil Cover Sheet, Affidavit, Certificate of Service, Disclosure of Corporate & Financial Interests, Summons
It is alleged that each of the Defendants, along with their employees and agents, participated personally in the unlawful conduct challenged herein and, to the extent that they did not personally participate, authorize, acquiesce, set in motion, or otherwise fail to take necessary steps to prevent the acts that resulted in the unlawful conduct and the harm suffered by Plaintiff, each acted in concert with each other. Their acts directly caused the violation of Plaintiffs’ rights and fraud to be committed on this Court.

Exhibits 1-11  LGTCA Notification Req't, Record Before the Panel of Hearing Examiners F&PERS,  Decision #1 F&PERS Sept. 2000, Appeal #1, Decision #2 F&PERS Aug. 2003, Appeal #2, Affidavit of Division Chief Devilbiss, Jr., Worker's Compensation Comm of MD, US Dist Ct Transcripts RDB-08-708, Supplemental Letter of City to F&PERS Panel of Hearing Examiners, Email of Chief of Fire Dept. William Goodwin, Jr., Email of Dir. of Mayor's Office of Constituent Services Cassandra Stewart, Petty v. City of Baltimore



June 13, 2018 - ORDER
Pro-se Plaintiff has paid the filing fee and therefore is required to provide service of process, as provided for in the Fed. R. Civ. P.




June 19, 2018 - Notification of Service of Process Received
Receipt of Acknowledgement by the Baltimore City Solicitor of Complaint of service of process by USPS 



June 22, 2018 - Notification of Service of Process Completed
The summons issued for defendants the Mayor & City Council of Baltimore, and the summons for the Fire & Police Employees Retirement System of Baltimore was received by me on June 13, 2018 and served on defendants, by certified mail, restricted delivery, return receipt requested and is evidenced by the attached copies of the acknowledgement of the United States Postal Service. I, Brian Charles Vaeth, solemnly affirm under the penalties of perjury that the contents of the foregoing affidavit are true to the best of knowledge, information, belief this 22nd day of June 2018.



July 8, 2018 - Plaintiff Rule 34 Fed. R. Civ. P. Request for Production of Documents 
Pursuant to Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Fed.R.Civ.P), Plaintiff Brian Charles Vaeth submits the following request for production of documents