Charlie Buttrey

September 5, 2019

I was glancing through recent decisions of the U.S. District Court for New Hampshire, and came across one involving a Bruce Loudenslager.

Mr. Loudenslager, it seems, likes to sue.

For all sorts of reasons.

According to this particular decision, Loudenslager had previously sued:

– Clear Channel Communications and a local ABC television affiliate for “torture, harassment and bodily harm from radio frequency and/or microwave targeting”;

– Charter Communications for “severe breach of individual rights over the national airwaves and conspiracy to commit murder”;

– Local #131 Plumbers-Steamfitters Union for “theft of pension funds and conspiracy to commit murder by use of CIA agency and its satellites”; and

– The CIA “for unlawful surveillance, murder, attempted murder, and satellite torture.”

In this particular action, he was suing, among others, a sitting federal judge, all employees and agencies of the governments of the United States, Israel, the United Kingdom, and Germany, “private citizens around this planet,” “Every Jewish person in the U.S.,” “television, newspaper, phone, and cable corporations,” and the Tropical Haven Mobile Home Park, in Melbourne, Florida.

It will likely come as no shock to learn that the court dismissed the complaint.

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