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Stan J.

Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-528-2200
November 29, 2016

ACCOUNTS RECIEVABLES TOTALS - $ 3,835,551.65


PRO SE BILLINGS TOTALS $584,327.50 - 147 Court Cases
__________________
TOTAL ACCOUNTS RECIEVABLES - $ 4,419,879.15
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,
defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with
allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa.
(ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992).
Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law
enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We
utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some
communications are a means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact
List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up my
Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

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ACTIVE COURT CASES


7. J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
8. U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
9. U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
10. U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
11. U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
12. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
13. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
14. Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
15. Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
16. U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0008
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Mark Hough, State Farm Agent
14 South Broad Street, No. 14
Lititz, PA 17543
Policy Number -38-EJ-8579-2
Lancaster City Police Incident Report No. 0711-22799
Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Invoice of February 1, 2009


Claim for Loss at 1250
Fremont Street

$ 4,202.87

$ 4,202.87

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$35.02

$ 4,237.89

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$35.02

$ 4,272.92

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

UD

Updated Claim

$ 6,911.87

$ 6,911.87

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$ 6,969.47

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$ 7,027.27

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$ 7084.67

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$ 7,142.27

10/01/2009
11/01/2009

10/01/2009
11/01/2009

FC
FC

Finance Charge
Finance Charge

$
$

57.60
57.60

$ 7,199.87
$7,257.47

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$7,257.47

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

$7,372.67

02/01/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

57.60

FC

Finance Charge

$3,052.18

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

$7,430.27
$10,482.45

$10,482.45

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0007
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Lancaster County Treasurer
Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

310.49

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

315.49

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

320.49

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

325.49

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

330.49

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

335.49

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

340.49

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

345.49

10/01/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

350.49

11/01/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

355.49

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

340.49

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

345.49

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

5.00

350.49

FC

Finance Charge

$ 143.97

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

494.46

$ 494.46

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Invoice
Advanced Media Group 2007
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7008

Invoice Date:
May 17, 2007

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Voice:
Fax:

Page:
1

Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship to:
Dale R. Denlinger
Clerk of Courts
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Lancaster County Treasurer


50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0007

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Due Date

Ship Date

USPS Priorty

Quantity

Item

5/17/07

Description

Unit Price

District Court Docket No.


NT-0000562-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Obstruction of Highway Not
Guilty on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000561-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Disorderly Conduct Not Guilty
on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000569-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Harassment Withdrawn on April
30, 2007 Fines Collected

Check No:

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Extension
167.20

400.20

377.50

944.90

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

944.90
0.00

TOTAL

944.90

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LANCASTER COUNTY


DOCKET
Docket Number: CP-36-SA-0000028-2007

SUMMARY APPEAL DOCKET


Non-Traffic

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
v.
Stanley Jay Caterbone

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DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event
Sequence/Description
Sentencing Judge
Sentence/Diversion Program Type

Disposition Date
Final Disposition
Section
Offense Disposition
Sentence Date
Credit For Time Served
Incarceration/Diversionary Period
Start Date

Lower Court Proceeding (generic)

Lower Court Disposition

01/22/2007

Not Final

04/30/2007

Final Disposition

Not Guilty

Summary Appeal Trial


1 / Disorder Conduct Hazardous/Physi Off
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5503 A4

2 / Obstruction Highways
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5507 A

3 / Harassment - Course of Conduct W/No


Legitimate Purpose
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Nolle Prossed

18 2709 A3

04/30/2007

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION

ATTORNEY INFORMATION

Name:

Name:

Supreme Court No:

Supreme Court No:


Counsel Status:
Phone Number(s):

AOPC 2220 - Rev 05/04/2007

Printed: 05/04/2007

Recent entries made in the court filing offices may not be immediately reflected on these docket sheets. Neither the Court of Common Pleas nor the
Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts assume any liability for inaccurate or delayed data, errors or omissions on these docket sheets. Docket
Sheet information should not be used in place of a criminal history background check which can only be provided by the Pennsylvania State Police.
Moreover an employer who does not comply with the provisions of the Criminal History Record Information Act may be subject to civil liability as set
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Invoice
Advanced Media Group 2007
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7008

Invoice Date:
May 17, 2007

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Voice:
Fax:

Page:
1

Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship to:
Dale R. Denlinger
Clerk of Courts
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

MDJ Leo Eckert Jr.


841 Stehman Road
Millersvile, PA 17551

Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0007

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Due Date

Ship Date

USPS Priorty

Quantity

Item

5/17/07

Description

Unit Price

District Court Docket No.


NT-0000562-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Obstruction of Highway Not
Guilty on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000561-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Disorderly Conduct Not Guilty
on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000569-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Harassment Withdrawn on April
30, 2007 Fines Collected

Check No:

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Extension
167.20

400.20

377.50

944.90

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

944.90
0.00

TOTAL

944.90

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DOCKET
Docket Number: CP-36-SA-0000028-2007

SUMMARY APPEAL DOCKET


Non-Traffic

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
v.
Stanley Jay Caterbone

Page 3 of 6

DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event
Sequence/Description
Sentencing Judge
Sentence/Diversion Program Type

Disposition Date
Final Disposition
Section
Offense Disposition
Sentence Date
Credit For Time Served
Incarceration/Diversionary Period
Start Date

Lower Court Proceeding (generic)

Lower Court Disposition

01/22/2007

Not Final

04/30/2007

Final Disposition

Not Guilty

Summary Appeal Trial


1 / Disorder Conduct Hazardous/Physi Off
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5503 A4

2 / Obstruction Highways
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5507 A

3 / Harassment - Course of Conduct W/No


Legitimate Purpose
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Nolle Prossed

18 2709 A3

04/30/2007

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION

ATTORNEY INFORMATION

Name:

Name:

Supreme Court No:

Supreme Court No:


Counsel Status:
Phone Number(s):

AOPC 2220 - Rev 05/04/2007

Printed: 05/04/2007

Recent entries made in the court filing offices may not be immediately reflected on these docket sheets. Neither the Court of Common Pleas nor the
Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts assume any liability for inaccurate or delayed data, errors or omissions on these docket sheets. Docket
Sheet information should not be used in place of a criminal history background check which can only be provided by the Pennsylvania State Police.
Moreover an employer who does not comply with the provisions of the Criminal History Record Information Act may be subject to civil liability as set
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables
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forth in 18 Pa.C.S. Section 9183.

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Invoice
Advanced Media Group 2007
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7008

Invoice Date:
May 17, 2007

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Voice:
Fax:

Page:
1

Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship to:
Dale R. Denlinger
Clerk of Courts
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

MDJ Isaac Stotzfus


14 Center Street
Intercourse, PA 17534

Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0007

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Due Date

Ship Date

USPS Priorty

Quantity

Item

5/17/07

Description

Unit Price

District Court Docket No.


NT-0000562-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Obstruction of Highway Not
Guilty on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000561-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Disorderly Conduct Not Guilty
on April 30, 2007 Fines
Collected
District Court Docket No.
NT-0000569-06 Summary Appeal
Docket No. CP-36-SA0000028-2007
Harassment Withdrawn on April
30, 2007 Fines Collected

Check No:

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Extension
167.20

400.20

377.50

944.90

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

944.90
0.00

TOTAL

944.90

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF LANCASTER COUNTY


DOCKET
Docket Number: CP-36-SA-0000028-2007

SUMMARY APPEAL DOCKET


Non-Traffic

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
v.
Stanley Jay Caterbone

Page 3 of 6

DISPOSITION SENTENCING/PENALTIES
Disposition
Case Event
Sequence/Description
Sentencing Judge
Sentence/Diversion Program Type

Disposition Date
Final Disposition
Section
Offense Disposition
Sentence Date
Credit For Time Served
Incarceration/Diversionary Period
Start Date

Lower Court Proceeding (generic)

Lower Court Disposition

01/22/2007

Not Final

04/30/2007

Final Disposition

Not Guilty

Summary Appeal Trial


1 / Disorder Conduct Hazardous/Physi Off
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5503 A4

2 / Obstruction Highways
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Not Guilty
04/30/2007

18 5507 A

3 / Harassment - Course of Conduct W/No


Legitimate Purpose
Reinaker, Dennis E.

Nolle Prossed

18 2709 A3

04/30/2007

COMMONWEALTH INFORMATION

ATTORNEY INFORMATION

Name:

Name:

Supreme Court No:

Supreme Court No:


Counsel Status:
Phone Number(s):

AOPC 2220 - Rev 05/04/2007

Printed: 05/04/2007

Recent entries made in the court filing offices may not be immediately reflected on these docket sheets. Neither the Court of Common Pleas nor the
Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts assume any liability for inaccurate or delayed data, errors or omissions on these docket sheets. Docket
Sheet information should not be used in place of a criminal history background check which can only be provided by the Pennsylvania State Police.
Moreover an employer who does not comply with the provisions of the Criminal History Record Information Act may be subject to civil liability as set
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables
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forth in 18 Pa.C.S. Section 9183.

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CHAPTER
DIVIDER

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0006
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:

Harlleysville Insurance Company


P.O. Box 198
Harleysville, PA 19438-9919

Claim No.'s:

MD-702274
MO-658554-U XC
MO-6546~9-U XC

Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 14,782.79

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 14,917.93

04/1/2009

04/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,053.07

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,188.21

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,323.35

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,458.49

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,593.63

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,728.77

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,863.91

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 15,999.05

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 16,134.19

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 16,269.33

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

FC

Finance Charge

135.14

$ 16,404.47

FC

Finance Charge

$ 6,738.57

11/29/2016

Phone: 888.595.9876
Fax: 888.492.8954
E-mail: MA@harleysvillegroup.com

TOTAL DUE:

135.14

$23,143.04

$ 23,143.04

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Invoice
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7006

Invoice Date:
May 13, 2007

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

Voice:
Fax:

Page:
1

Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship to:

Harleysville Insurance Company


308 Harper Drive
P.O. Box 1016
Moorestown, NJ 08057-0916

Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0006

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Due Date

Ship Date

USPS Priorty

Quantity

Item

5/13/07

Description

Unit Price

AMG Consulting Income


March 16, 2006 Claim Number 2F
MO-658554-U XC Aainst
Homeowners Policy Number
HOA193468
April 12th, 2006 Claim Number
MO-654619-U XC Against
Homeowners Policy Number
HOA193468

Check No:

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Extension
7,898.19

7,898.19

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

7,898.19
0.00

TOTAL

7,898.19

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Office Max

WHERE
PURCHASED

2000

Walmart

SunSetter Online

Cyberwarehouse, Lancaster, PA

Lowes

Ebay

SunSetter Online

Circuit City

SunSetter Rain Guards

DVD/RW Drive

1 4X8 Roofing Sheating

HP Laptop N5101

SunSetter 16X10 Awning

Apple Video 60 GB Ipod

10 pcs 1X4X8 Pressure Treated Lumber Lowes

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37.99

33.70

425.00

1,600.00

1,400.00

9.99

89.99

278.00

4,327.67

33.70

0.00

1,438.00

1,400.00

9.99

89.99

0.00

37.99

598.00

10.00

0.00

25.00

500.00

35.00

150.00

COST TO
REPAIR

LESS
DEDUCTIBLE
Total Page 1

DEPRECIATION

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

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State law requires us to include the following statement - Any person who knowingly files a statement of claim containing any
false or misleading information is subject to criminal and civil penalties.

Aug-05

Dec-06

Apr-02

Nov-00

Mar-06

Oct-05

Apr-05

2000

Hijoka Plumbing

Rheam RH0900B169002 Hot Water


Heater
Vector Sport Super Spot VEC127Y
598.00

10.00

Mar-06

1 20 Gal Propane Tank

39.99

Mar-06

Kmart, Fuitville Pike, Lancaster,


PA
GR Michells, Willow Street, PA

Sony Digital Recorder ICD-B120

25.00

May-05

1,000.00

May-05

Barnstormers Clipper Stadium

35.00

150.00

Sep-05

1999

DATE
PURCHAS
ED

Lancaster Barnstormers Cap

1991 Dodge Pickup Dakota Registration City Line Auto Sales


Papers
Compaq Desktop SR1300NX
Cyberwarehouse, Lancaster, PA

Iomega Zip Drive

ITEM
(Give Full Description)

CLAIM NUMBER: M0-

Page 1 of 2

INSURED: Stanley Caterbone

COST TO
REPLACE

SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES STOLEN, DAMAGED OR DESTROYED

Work In Progress Report As Of April 19 2006 - Updated May 18 2006 3:00 am

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$5,732.66

AMOUNT
CLAIMED

ALLOWED

05.17.2007

42.56

2005

SchoolHouse Power Equipment,


Conestoga, PA
Cyberwarehouse, Lancaster, PA

Kmart, Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, March, 2006


PA

Little Giant Mower Battery/Tune Up

75.00

69.00

Motorola Earphone

DEPRECIATION

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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

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State law requires us to include the following statement - Any person who knowingly files a statement of claim containing any
false or misleading information is subject to criminal and civil penalties.

6,111.64

LESS
DEDUCTIBLE
Grand Total

1,783.97 Total Page 2

49.00

Plantronics Earphones

743.00

200.00

0.00

0.00

119.00

199.00

199.00

75.00
49.99

Sony DVD/Video Recorder Player

200.00

49.99

149.99

129.99

COST TO
REPAIR

Cash

Cash

Sony Digital Recorder

Kmart, Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, April, 2005


PA

1,200.00

2006

Cyberwarehouse, Lancaster, PA

27" Sony TV/DVD Remote Control

Averatec 6200 series with Windows X

119.00

2005
2005

Lowes

Leaf Blower/Vaccum

149.99

2001

EBay Auction Site

129.99

Sony 19" Television

May-05

DATE
PURCHAS
ED

Cyberwarehouse, Lancaster, PA

WHERE
PURCHASED

CD Rom Drive HP Desktop Computer

ITEM
(Give Full Description)

CLAIM NUMBER: M0-

INSURED: Stanley Caterbone

COST TO
REPLACE

SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES STOLEN, DAMAGED OR DESTROYED

Work In Progress Report As Of April 19 2006 - Updated May 18 2006 3:00 am

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 24 of 169

$7,898.19

2,165.53

AMOUNT
CLAIMED

ALLOWED

05.17.2007

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

C-I 139nj (4101)

Sign Here
Dated

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 25 of 169

Tuesday November 29, 2016


Page 32 of 39

_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________

05.17.2007

Invoice
Invoice Number:

Advanced Media Group 2007


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA
Voice:
Fax:

7007
Invoice Date:

May 15, 2007

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Page:

Duplicate
Sold To:

Ship to:

Harleysville Insurance Company


308 Harper Drive
P.O. Box 1016
Moorestown, NJ 08057-0916
Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0006

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Ship Date

USPS Priorty
Quantity

Item

Description

Unit Price

May 15, 2007 Claim Number


MO-702274 Does Not Include
Time Management Calenders
and Desktop Calenders

Check No:

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 26 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Due Date

5/15/07

Page 33 of 39

Extension

6,878.25

6,878.25

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

6,878.25
0.00

TOTAL

6,878.25

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

1-Tetra Pond High Volume Filter


1- Tetra High Volume Pump
1-6 Person Picnic Table
1-Digging Iron
1-Gas Powered Weed Eater
1-3 Ft. Saint Francis Stone Fountain and Statue
1-Central Security System Control Panel w/9 Motion Detectors
1-Chimney Screen
1-Free Standing Kodiak Wood Stove & Cleaning Tools
1-Aiwa Receivers
2-Omnis Surround Sound Shelf Speakers
1-Saint Francis Childrens Book by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
1-Fillings Dress Overcoat
1-Hair Dryer
4-100 pt Cotton Dress Shirts
1-Black Western Belt
1-The Springs White Robe
3-Hooded Sweatshirts, Pflumm, Stone Harbor Beach Patrol
1-Blackberry
1-SONY Digital Mavica Camera & Accessories
300-Newspapers for Litigation
7-Patio Blinds
100 Drill Bits and Drivers
18 Volt Dewalt Hammer Drill

Tuesday November 29, 2016

11

2
8

WHERE

04/15/05 eBAY Auction


Lowes Store, Lancaster, PA
02/01/98 Home Depot, Lancaster, PA

04/06/05 eBAY Auction


05/17/99 Office Max, Sunrise, FL
Lancaster Newspapers
07/10/06 Lowes Store, Lancaster, PA
Misc Purchases
01/10/96 Carters Lumber Supply, Lancaster, PA

05/06/01 That Fish Place, Lancaster, PA


05/15/01 Online Purchase
Family Hierloom From Childhood
Pflumm Contractors, not purchased
06/01/02 Gift from Ben Roda
07/15/01 Gift from Pam Pflumm & Family
08/26/05 Yarnell Security System
02/01/04 Home Depot, Lancaster, PA
11/15/05 Newspater Advertisement, Conestoga, PA
01/08/00 Costco, Lancaster, PA
01/25/00 David Porter, Lancaster, PA
12/08/05 Amazon Books
02/15/86 Fillings Mens Store
Gift from Yolanda Caterbone
06/25/05 Kohls Department Store, Lancaster, PA
12/25/01 Gift from Pam Pflumm & Family
08/05/05 The Springs, Pismo Beach, CA

PURCHASED
PURCHASED
07/01/02 Sunsetter Inc - Online
05/05/99 Brian Langsett of Conestoga,PA
Pep Boys, Wallmart, etc, Lancaster, PA

WHEN

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 34 of 39

C-I 139nj (4101)


State law requires us to include the following statement - Any person who knowingly files a statement of claim containing any
false or misleading information is subject to criminal and civil penalties.

1-Harmony Universal USB Remote Control


1-Roll 36" X 100 Ft Plastic Sheeting
1-36" Metal T-Square
Daily Time Management Business Calenders 1986-1991
Each Daily Page has business notes and meeting notes that is part
of my Federal Litigation for Personal and Advanced Media Group 052288;06-4650;06-3955;etc.
Desktop Monthly Calenders 1997 to 2000

5
8

6
6
45
11
5
6
1.5
3
1
7
7
1
21
4
1.5
5
1.5

AGE OF ITEM

SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES STOLEN, DAMAGED OR DESTROYED

(Give Full Description)


1-New Not Used 10X18 Ft. Sun Setter Awning
1-Low Volume High Pressure Paint Sprayer
15-Miscellaneous Automobile Waxes, Compounds, and Cleaners

INSURED: Stanley Caterbone


CLAIM NUMBER: M0-702274
Harleysville Insurance Company
ITEM

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 27 of 169


TOTAL

05.17.2007

$6,878.25

$103.00
$24.00
$29.99

$133.32
$69.00
$150.00
$75.00
$89.00
$69.00
$1,800.00
$49.00
$600.00
$179.00
$169.00
$49.00
$399.95
$29.00
$120.00
$69.00
$59.00
$79.00
$155.00
$741.99
$100.00
$79.00
$200.00
$150.00

REPLACE
$300.00
$708.00
$100.00

COST TO

CHAPTER
DIVIDER

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 28 of 169

Tuesday November 29, 2016

STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0005
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Drew Anthon, Owner
Eden Resort Inn
222 Eden Road
Lancaster, PA 17601

Case No. CI-05-03644 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas

Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 29,244.02

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 29,513.83

04/1/2009

04/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 29,783.64

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 30,053.45

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 30,323.26

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 30,593.07

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 30,862.88

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 31,132.69

10/1/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 31,402.50

11/1/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 31,672.31

12/1/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 31,942.12

01/1/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 32,211.33

02/1/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

269.81

$ 32,481.14

FC

Finance Charge

$13,342.49

$45,823.63

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

269.81

$ 45,823.63

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables


ReceivablesPage
Page 29
6 of 169
23
79

Tuesday November 29, 2016

Invoice
Advanced Media Group 2007
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7005

Invoice Date:
May 13, 2007

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Voice:
Fax:

Page:
1

Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship to:

Drew Anthon - Eden Resort Inn


222 Eden Road
Lancaster, PA 17601

Customer ID

Customer PO

Payment Terms

0005

C.O.D.

Sales Rep ID

Shipping Method

Due Date

Ship Date

USPS Priorty

Quantity

Item

5/13/07

Description

Unit Price

Medical Expenses, Legal Costs,


and Adminstration Costs
Associated with CI-05-03644

Check No:

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 30 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 23 of 39

Extension
24,118.00

24,118.00

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

24,118.00
0.00

TOTAL

24,118.00

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA


CIVIL DIVISION

PROJECT HOPE
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
Plaintiff

Case No. CI-05-03644

DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
222 Eden Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Defendant
NOTICE
ITEMS FOR CLAIM
Plaintiff files the following ITEMS FOR CLAIM.
1.

Plaintiff filed the civil action in good faith and did suffer substantial stress related health
problems that that were triggered when the Plaintiff read the Lancaster Newspapers Intelligencer
article regarding the same (Tea Party) as well as business financial losses.

2.

Medical Expenses from Lower Back Pain Due To Stress Excelsior Place Business Plan Fees UPS Store Lost Opportunity SUB TOTAL
ATTORNEY FEES AND ADMINISTRATION TOTAL -

$5,184.00
$7,000.00
$10,000.00
___________
$22,118.00
2,000.00
$24,118.00

I hereby certify that appropriate Notices Items For Claim has been mailed in accordance with PA R.C.P.
237.1 on the dales indicated on the Notices.

STAN J. CATERBONE
PROJECT HOPE
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
By:______________________________
STAN J. CATERBONE, Pro Se
DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
Plaintiffs address is:
Stan J. Caterbone, 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA 17516 And that the last know11 address of the
Defendant is: 222 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 31 of 169
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 24 of 39

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA


CIVIL DIVISION

PROJECT HOPE
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Plaintiff

Case No. CI-05-03644

DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
Defendant
NOTICE OF JUDGMENT OR ORDER

TO:

( ) Plaintiff
(XX) Defendant
( )Garnishee
You are hereby notified that the following
Order or Judgment was entered against you
On January 20, 2006
(XX) Assumpsit Judgment in the amount
of $11,000 plus costs.
( )

Trespass Judgment in the amount


of $_________ plus costs.

( )
If not satisfied within sixty (60)
days, your motor vehicle operator'$ license and/or registration
will be suspended by the Department of Transportation, Bureau
of Traffic Safety, Harrisburg, PA
(XX) Entry of Judgment of
( ) Court Order
( ) Non-Pros
( ) Confession
(xx) Default
( ) Verdict
( ) Arbitration
Award
Prothonotary
By: ______________________________
PROTHONOTARY (OR DEPUTY)
DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
222 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601
Plaintiffs address is:
Stan J. Caterbone, 220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA 17516 717-799-5915
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 32 of 169
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 25 of 39

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA


CIVIL DIVISION
PROJECT HOPE
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Plaintiff

Case No. CI-05-03644

DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
Defendant
IMPORTANT NOTICE
TO:

DREW ANTHON,
(MA)EDEN RESORT INN
222 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601

Date of Notice: January 20, 2006


YOU ARE IN DEFAULT BECAUSE YOU HAVE FAILED TO ENTER A WRITTEN
APPEARANCE PERSONALLY OR BY ATTORNEY AND FILE IN WRITING WITH THE COURT YOUR
DEFENSES OR OBJECTIONS TO THE CLAIMS SET FORTH AGAINST YOU UNLESS YOU ACT
WITHIN TEN DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE, A JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU WITHOUT A HEARING AND YOU MAY LOSE YOUR PROPERTY OR OTHER
IMPORTANT RIGHTS. YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS PAPER TO YOUR LAWYER AT ONCE. IF YOU DO
NOT HAVE A LAWYER, GO TO OR TELEPHONE THE FOLLOWING OFFICE SET FORTH BELOW.
THIS OFFICE CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH INFORMATION ABOUT HIRING A LAWYER. IF YOU
CANNOT AFFORD TO HIRE A LAWYER, THIS OFFICE MAY BE ABLE TI PROVIDE YOU WITH
INFORMATION ABOUT AGENCIES THAT MAY OFFER LEGAL SERVICES TO ELIGIBLE PERSONS
AT A REDUCED FEE OR NO FEE.
LANCASTER COUNTY COURT ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE
50 NORTH DUKE STREET
P.O. BOX 3480
LANCASTER, PA 17602
(717) 299-8041
BY: _______________________________
STAN J. CATERBONE
PROJECT HOPE/ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516
717-799-5915

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 33 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 26 of 39

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

make the following civil complaint against the defendant, Drew Anthon and Eden Resort Inn and Conference
Center:
Plaintiff alleges Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn and Conference Center has colluded to sabotage the
Downtown Lancaster Convention Center project by organizing a formal request and soliciting support to
certain Lancaster County Hoteliers to voluntarily withhold the payment of the Lancaster County Hotel Room
Tax, thereby placing the financial interests of the Business Plan for the Excelsior Property of East King Street
and the Rights to develop a UPS Store in or around the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center at extreme
risk.
Plaintiff will argue that such financial risk is causing mental stress and duress, that otherwise would not be
present, had the defendant not engaged the above-mentioned activities.

Plaintiff seeks the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to place a sees and desist order against the defendants
actions to withhold the Hotel tax until the defendants can prove to the Commonwealth the said actions are in the
best interests of the Plaintiffs interests and those of all major stakeholders of the proposed Downtown Lancaster
Convention Center, including the School District of Lancaster, the City of Lancaster, the County of Lancaster,
Penn Square Partners, as well as others. Thus the defendants must prove that the Downtown Lancaster
Convention Center will fail.
Plaintiff submits the following exhibits for considerations of the Courts:
x The major pages of the website of Advanced Media Group
x The Excelsior Place Business Plan
x The Agreement Between Art Ward, Owner of the UPS Store and Stan Caterbone

Plaintiff seeks a jury trial with damages in excess of $10,000.

Stan J. Caterbone/Project Hope/Advanced Media Group


Dated: April 26, 2005

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 34 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 27 of 39

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

Businessman, irked by hotelier action, files suit


By Justin Quinn
Intelligencer Journal
Published: May 06, 2005 9:47 AM EST

LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - A local businessman filed a $100,000 lawsuit last


month against Drew Anthon, owner of Eden Resort Inn and Conference Center, claiming
Anthon "colluded to sabotage" the proposed Lancaster County Convention Center by
announcing his intention to withhold the county hotel room tax.
Conestoga resident Stan J. Caterbone is asking that a local judge place a "sees (sic)
and desist order" on Anthon and the hotel to prevent them from withholding the room
tax.
The suit was filed April 26, the day the Intelligencer Journal reported Anthon and
several other hoteliers were threatening to withhold payment of the room tax, most of
which goes toward a hotel and convention center proposed for Penn Square. The next
room tax payment is due May 26.
Caterbone is founder of Advanced Media Group, 1857 Colonial Village Lane, an
information technologies company specializing in optical publishing. He claims in the
lawsuit that Anthon's actions place "at extreme risk" Caterbone's plans to develop a UPS
store and an office complex called "Excelsior Place" across from the proposed convention
center. "Plaintiff will argue that such financial risk is causing mental stress and duress that
otherwise would not be present, had the defendant not engaged (in) the above-mentioned
activities," Caterbone says in the suit.
The suit asks for a court order to force the hoteliers to pay the tax "until the
defendants can prove to the commonwealth the said actions are in the best interests of
the (plaintiff) and those of all major stakeholders of the proposed downtown Lancaster
convention center, including School District of Lancaster, the City of Lancaster, the County
of Lancaster, Penn Square Partners, as well as others. Thus, the defendants must prove
that the downtown Lancaster convention center will fail."
A person who answered the phone at the number listed in the lawsuit as
Caterbone's did not identify himself. "All the information is public," the man said when
asked about the suit. "You can go there."
As exhibits, the lawsuit includes Web pages from Caterbone's company and a bound
volume titled "The Excelsior Place Business Plan."
The suit also includes a handwritten agreement between Caterbone and Art Ward,
owner of the UPS Store. Anthon did not return a reporter's phone calls. A judge has not
been assigned to the case.

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 35 of 169


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Page 28 of 39

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05.17.2007

CHAPTER
DIVIDER

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 36 of 169

Tuesday November 29, 2016

STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0003
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
High Industries
1833 William Penn Way
Greenfield Industrial Park
Lancaster, PA 17601
Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 18,724.22

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 18,895.39

04/1/2009

04/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,066.56

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,237.73

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,408.90

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,580.07

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,751.24

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 19,922.41

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 20,093.58

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 20,264.75

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 20,435.92

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 20,607.09

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

FC

Finance Charge

171.17

$ 20,778.26

FC

Finance Charge

$8,535.22

$ 29,313.48

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

171.17

$ 29,313.48

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables


ReceivablesPage
Page 37
7 of 169
23
79

Tuesday November 29, 2016

Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7003

Invoice Date:
Apr 27, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

amgroup01@msn.com
717-427-1621

Ship To

Sold To:
High Industries
1833 William Penn Way
Greenfiled Industrial Park
Lancaster, PA 17601

______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
|
|
|
Customer ID
Customer PO
Payment Terms
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
0003
C.O.D.
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Sales Rep
Shipping Method
Ship Date
Due Date
|
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
|
|
| 4/27/07
USPS Priorty
______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
______________________________________________________________________________________________
| Extension
|
|
|
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
Quantity |
Item
Description
Unit Price
|
|
|
|
|
|
5,200.00 |
|
|
| 1991 Past Due Invoice for
|
|
|
|
| CD-ROM mastering and
|
|
|
|
|
| replication from NIST,
|
|
|
|
|
| Commodore (Titus), AMP, etc.,
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Accumulated
Interest
to
Date
10,021.40 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| at 10% per Annum Compounded
|
|
|
|
|
| Annually.
|
|
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|______________________________________________________________________________________________

Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

Check No:

TOTAL

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 38 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 7 of 39

15,221.40
15,221.40
0.00
$15,221.40

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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 39 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 8 of 39

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05.17.2007

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 40 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 9 of 39

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05.17.2007

CHAPTER
DIVIDER

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 41 of 169

Tuesday November 29, 2016

STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0004
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Fulton Bank of Fulton Financial Corporation
Accounts Payable
One Penn Square
Lancaster, PA 17602
220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA
Foreclosure Overcharge Case No. CI-07-00019 and Case No. CI-06-02271
Date
Date Due
Reference Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 82,170.02

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 82,921.19

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 83,672.36

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 84,423.53

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,174.70

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,925.87

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 86,677.04

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 87,428.21

10/01/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,179.38

11/01/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,930.55

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 89,681.72

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 90,432.85

02/01/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 91,184.02

FC

Finance Charge

$37,456.27

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

751.17

$128,640.29

$128,640.29

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables


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Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7004

Invoice Date:
May 13, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

1
Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship To

Fulton Bank/Lanc Co Sheriff


One Penn Square
Lancaster, PA 17602

Lancaster County Sheriff Dept.


Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

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Customer ID
Customer PO
Payment Terms
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0004
C.O.D.
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Shipping Method
Ship Date
Due Date
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1099-A;
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| Parula Property Realty
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| Value; Real Estate Appraisals
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| February 1, 2007 Disbursement
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| Check To Stan J. Caterbone
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| Barley Snyder Lecal Fees &
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-9,612.80 |
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Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

Check No:

TOTAL

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67,147.45
67,147.45
0.00
$67,147.45

Tuesday November 29, 2016


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220 Stone Hill Road Documented


Fair Market Values In Year 2006
Average From 4 Fair Market Values = $217,454.25

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $213,999
Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

02/24/2006

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866
09/21/2006

2.

FULTON BANK FORM 1099-A


Fair Market Value of Property (Box 4): $250,000
Tax Year 2006

3.

REALTY TRANSFER TAX


STATEMENT OF VALUE
Box 6. Fair Market Value = 184,952.00
$ 217,454.25 Average Fair Market Value
$ 156,000.00 Sheriff Sale Price of Auction
$ 61,454.25 Fair Market Value Not Realized (Extortion)
$ 89,125.78 Mortgage Balance As of June 2005
$ 44,111,04 Total Attorney Fees and Costs
$ 20,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Barley Snyder, LLC
$

3,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Sheriffs Department

$ 84,454.25 Amount Owed By Fulton Bank And Lancaster


County Sheriffs Department
$ 17,306.80 Amount of Disbursement

$ 67,147.45 Balance Due

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Zillow.com - Data & Graphs - Real Estate Value, Local Real Estate Trends

http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE:

$213,999

Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

Market Value Change Show: $ Dollar | % Percentage


Time frame: 1yr| 5yr| 10yr|

Compare:
This home
17516
Conestoga
Lancaster
PA
USA
Show sales
Zestimate Rankings
This home at $213,999 is valued higher than:

Zindex (Median Zestimate)

64% of homes in 17516 ZIP code

$186,718

63% of homes in Conestoga

$186,674

72% of homes in Lancaster County

$169,051

65% of homes in PA state

$186,373

40% of homes in United States

$261,421

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Zillow.com - Data & Graphs - Real Estate Value, Local Real Estate Trends

http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

Historical Value Trends Show as: n


i% n
j
k
l
m
j$ n
k
l
m
j % annualized
k
l
m
Past:

This home

17516

Conestoga

Lancaster

PA

US

30 days

0.7%

0.9%

1.3%

0.7%

-13%

0.6%

1 year

17%

15%

15%

12%

4.4%

21%

5 years

63%

57%

58%

52%

77%

90%

10 years

--

--

--

--

111%

104%

Last sale ()

--

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--

--

--

--

Tax Information
2005
Property tax:

$2,519

Assessed value bldgs:

$96,400

Assessed value land:

$55,200

Total assessed value:

$151,600

Sale History
No sale history is available for this home

2006 Zillow.com, All Rights Reserved

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220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866

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Home Facts
Owner Facts
Residence:

Single family

Bedrooms:

Bathrooms:

2.0

Sq ft:

1,060

Lot size:

82,764 sq ft / 1.90 acres

Year built:

1995

Year updated:

--

# Stories:

Total rooms:

Basement:

Finished

Roof type:

Asphalt

Primary exterior material:

--

View:

--

Primary parking type:

Garage - Attached

Covered parking spaces:

--

Primary heating source:

--

Primary heating system:

Heat pump

Primary cooling system:

Central

Architectural style:

--

Fireplace:

Yes

Swimming pool:

--

Waterfront:

--

County:

Lancaster

Parcel #: 1203252300000
Zillow Home ID:

9692127

Legal description: --

Are you the owner?


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Zestimate: $220,866
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Page 1 of 2

Showing 10 comparable recent sales for 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

2006 NAVTEQ | 2006 GlobeXplorer and Suppliers | 2006 Proxix


Comparable
recent sales

Sold
Price

Date Sold

BR BA Home Lot
Home
(sq ft) (sq ft) $/sq
ft

Lot
$/sq
ft

Year
Built

Dist
(mi)

220 Stone
Hill Rd

--

--

1,060

82,764 $196

$3

1995

--

213 Stone Hill


Rd

$208,000 05/15/2006 3

1,096

82,764 $190

$3

1998

0.08

561 Stone Hill


Rd

$260,000 01/24/2006 3

1.5 1,304

82,764 $199

$3

1997

0.43

101 W Elm St

$210,000 06/01/2006 3

1.5 1,516

19,602 $139

$11

1974

0.48

15 Orchard Ln

$163,000 04/10/2006 4

1.5 1,028

16,552 $159

$10

1985

0.41

5 Orchard Ln

$162,500 07/06/2005 3

1.5 994

16,552 $163

$10

1984

0.33

3455 Main St

$182,900 10/04/2005 4

1,456

16,988 $126

$11

1930

0.35

410 Kendig Rd

$175,000 01/05/2006 3

1,272

30,927 $138

$6

1963

0.67

2834 Main St

$129,000 11/30/2005 3

1,105

21,780 $117

$6

1942

0.56

24 E Elm St

$143,000 07/22/2005 3

1,344

17,424 $106

$8

1946

0.65

70 River
Corner Rd

$159,900 10/12/2005 4

1,841

8,276

$19

1890

0.45

Averages

$179,330 --

1.5 1,296

$9

--

--

$87

31,363 $142

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CHAPTER
DIVIDER

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0004
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Lancaster County Sheriff
Lancaster County Sheriffs Department
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA


Foreclosure Overcharge
Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 82,170.02

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 82,921.19

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 83,672.36

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 84,423.53

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,174.70

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,925.87

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 86,677.04

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 87,428.21

10/01/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,179.38

11/01/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,930.55

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 89,681.72

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 90,432.85

02/01/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 91,184.02

FC

Finance Charge

$37,456.27

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

751.17

$128,640.29

$128,640.29

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts Receivables


ReceivablesPage
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9 of 169
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79

Tuesday November 29, 2016

Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7004

Invoice Date:
May 13, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

1
Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship To

Fulton Bank/Lanc Co Sheriff


One Penn Square
Lancaster, PA 17602

Lancaster County Sheriff Dept.


Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
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|
|
Customer ID
Customer PO
Payment Terms
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
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|
|
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|
0004
C.O.D.
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
|
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Sales Rep
Shipping Method
Ship Date
Due Date
|
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
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| 5/13/07
USPS Priorty
______________________________________________________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________________________________________________
|______________________________________________________________________________________________
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| Extension
|
Quantity |
Item
Description
Unit Price
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| 220 Stone Hill Road Property |
|
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|
| Fair Market Value Less Sales
|
|
|
|
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| Proceeds
|
|
|
|
|
| Average Fair Market Value per
|
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217,454.25 |
|
|
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|
Fulton
Bank
Form
1099-A;
|
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|
| Parula Property Realty
|
|
|
|
|
| Transfer Tax Statement of
|
|
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|
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| Value; Real Estate Appraisals
|
|
|
|
|
| December 20, 2006 Sheriff Sale
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| -156,000.00 |
|
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| Auction Price
|
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17,306.00 |
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| February 1, 2007 Disbursement
|
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|
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| Check To Stan J. Caterbone
|
|
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| Barley Snyder Lecal Fees &
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-9,612.80 |
|
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| Costs
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-2,000.00 |
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| Sheriff Dept Fees
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Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

Check No:

TOTAL

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Accounts ReceivablesPage 58 of 169


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Page 10 of 39

67,147.45
67,147.45
0.00
$67,147.45

Tuesday November 29, 2016


05.17.2007

220 Stone Hill Road Documented


Fair Market Values In Year 2006
Average From 4 Fair Market Values = $217,454.25

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $213,999
Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

02/24/2006

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866
09/21/2006

2.

FULTON BANK FORM 1099-A


Fair Market Value of Property (Box 4): $250,000
Tax Year 2006

3.

REALTY TRANSFER TAX


STATEMENT OF VALUE
Box 6. Fair Market Value = 184,952.00
$ 217,454.25 Average Fair Market Value
$ 156,000.00 Sheriff Sale Price of Auction
$ 61,454.25 Fair Market Value Not Realized (Extortion)
$ 89,125.78 Mortgage Balance As of June 2005
$ 44,111,04 Total Attorney Fees and Costs
$ 20,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Barley Snyder, LLC
$

3,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Sheriffs Department

$ 84,454.25 Amount Owed By Fulton Bank And Lancaster


County Sheriffs Department
$ 17,306.80 Amount of Disbursement

$ 67,147.45 Balance Due

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05.17.2007

Zillow.com - Data & Graphs - Real Estate Value, Local Real Estate Trends

http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE:

$213,999

Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

Market Value Change Show: $ Dollar | % Percentage


Time frame: 1yr| 5yr| 10yr|

Compare:
This home
17516
Conestoga
Lancaster
PA
USA
Show sales
Zestimate Rankings
This home at $213,999 is valued higher than:

Zindex (Median Zestimate)

64% of homes in 17516 ZIP code

$186,718

63% of homes in Conestoga

$186,674

72% of homes in Lancaster County

$169,051

65% of homes in PA state

$186,373

40% of homes in United States

$261,421

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Zillow.com - Data & Graphs - Real Estate Value, Local Real Estate Trends

http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

Historical Value Trends Show as: n


i% n
j
k
l
m
j$ n
k
l
m
j % annualized
k
l
m
Past:

This home

17516

Conestoga

Lancaster

PA

US

30 days

0.7%

0.9%

1.3%

0.7%

-13%

0.6%

1 year

17%

15%

15%

12%

4.4%

21%

5 years

63%

57%

58%

52%

77%

90%

10 years

--

--

--

--

111%

104%

Last sale ()

--

--

--

--

--

--

Tax Information
2005
Property tax:

$2,519

Assessed value bldgs:

$96,400

Assessed value land:

$55,200

Total assessed value:

$151,600

Sale History
No sale history is available for this home

2006 Zillow.com, All Rights Reserved

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1 of 4

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Welcome amgroup01! (Not amgroup01? Sign out.)

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866

View large map


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Owner's Facts

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9/21/2006 11:58 AM

Zillow - 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

2 of 4

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Home Facts
Owner Facts
Residence:

Single family

Bedrooms:

Bathrooms:

2.0

Sq ft:

1,060

Lot size:

82,764 sq ft / 1.90 acres

Year built:

1995

Year updated:

--

# Stories:

Total rooms:

Basement:

Finished

Roof type:

Asphalt

Primary exterior material:

--

View:

--

Primary parking type:

Garage - Attached

Covered parking spaces:

--

Primary heating source:

--

Primary heating system:

Heat pump

Primary cooling system:

Central

Architectural style:

--

Fireplace:

Yes

Swimming pool:

--

Waterfront:

--

County:

Lancaster

Parcel #: 1203252300000
Zillow Home ID:

9692127

Legal description: --

Are you the owner?


Learn More
Learn More

Zestimate: $220,866
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Zillow.com - Real Estate Search Results

Page 1 of 2

Showing 10 comparable recent sales for 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

2006 NAVTEQ | 2006 GlobeXplorer and Suppliers | 2006 Proxix


Comparable
recent sales

Sold
Price

Date Sold

BR BA Home Lot
Home
(sq ft) (sq ft) $/sq
ft

Lot
$/sq
ft

Year
Built

Dist
(mi)

220 Stone
Hill Rd

--

--

1,060

82,764 $196

$3

1995

--

213 Stone Hill


Rd

$208,000 05/15/2006 3

1,096

82,764 $190

$3

1998

0.08

561 Stone Hill


Rd

$260,000 01/24/2006 3

1.5 1,304

82,764 $199

$3

1997

0.43

101 W Elm St

$210,000 06/01/2006 3

1.5 1,516

19,602 $139

$11

1974

0.48

15 Orchard Ln

$163,000 04/10/2006 4

1.5 1,028

16,552 $159

$10

1985

0.41

5 Orchard Ln

$162,500 07/06/2005 3

1.5 994

16,552 $163

$10

1984

0.33

3455 Main St

$182,900 10/04/2005 4

1,456

16,988 $126

$11

1930

0.35

410 Kendig Rd

$175,000 01/05/2006 3

1,272

30,927 $138

$6

1963

0.67

2834 Main St

$129,000 11/30/2005 3

1,105

21,780 $117

$6

1942

0.56

24 E Elm St

$143,000 07/22/2005 3

1,344

17,424 $106

$8

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Corner Rd

$159,900 10/12/2005 4

1,841

8,276

$19

1890

0.45

Averages

$179,330 --

1.5 1,296

$9

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$87

31,363 $142

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CHAPTER
DIVIDER

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0004
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Shawn Long, Esq.,
Barley Snyder, LLC
126 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

220 Stone Hill Road, Conestoga, PA


Foreclosure Overcharge
Date
Date Due
Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 82,170.02

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 82,921.19

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 83,672.36

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 84,423.53

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,174.70

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 85,925.87

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 86,677.04

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 87,428.21

10/01/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,179.38

11/01/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 88,930.55

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 89,681.72

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 90,432.85

02/01/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

751.17

$ 91,184.02

FC

Finance Charge

$37,456.27

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

751.17

$128,640.29

$128,640.29

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7004

Invoice Date:
May 13, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

1
Duplicate

Sold To:

Ship To

Fulton Bank/Lanc Co Sheriff


One Penn Square
Lancaster, PA 17602

Lancaster County Sheriff Dept.


Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602

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Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

Check No:

TOTAL

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67,147.45
67,147.45
0.00
$67,147.45

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220 Stone Hill Road Documented


Fair Market Values In Year 2006
Average From 4 Fair Market Values = $217,454.25

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $213,999
Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

02/24/2006

1.

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866
09/21/2006

2.

FULTON BANK FORM 1099-A


Fair Market Value of Property (Box 4): $250,000
Tax Year 2006

3.

REALTY TRANSFER TAX


STATEMENT OF VALUE
Box 6. Fair Market Value = 184,952.00
$ 217,454.25 Average Fair Market Value
$ 156,000.00 Sheriff Sale Price of Auction
$ 61,454.25 Fair Market Value Not Realized (Extortion)
$ 89,125.78 Mortgage Balance As of June 2005
$ 44,111,04 Total Attorney Fees and Costs
$ 20,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Barley Snyder, LLC
$

3,000.00 Estimated Overcharge By Sheriffs Department

$ 84,454.25 Amount Owed By Fulton Bank And Lancaster


County Sheriffs Department
$ 17,306.80 Amount of Disbursement

$ 67,147.45 Balance Due

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Zillow.com - Data & Graphs - Real Estate Value, Local Real Estate Trends

http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE:

$213,999

Value Range: $194,739 - $301,739

Market Value Change Show: $ Dollar | % Percentage


Time frame: 1yr| 5yr| 10yr|

Compare:
This home
17516
Conestoga
Lancaster
PA
USA
Show sales
Zestimate Rankings
This home at $213,999 is valued higher than:

Zindex (Median Zestimate)

64% of homes in 17516 ZIP code

$186,718

63% of homes in Conestoga

$186,674

72% of homes in Lancaster County

$169,051

65% of homes in PA state

$186,373

40% of homes in United States

$261,421

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http://www.zillow.com/Charts.z?chartDuration=1year&zpid=9692127

Historical Value Trends Show as: n


i% n
j
k
l
m
j$ n
k
l
m
j % annualized
k
l
m
Past:

This home

17516

Conestoga

Lancaster

PA

US

30 days

0.7%

0.9%

1.3%

0.7%

-13%

0.6%

1 year

17%

15%

15%

12%

4.4%

21%

5 years

63%

57%

58%

52%

77%

90%

10 years

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111%

104%

Last sale ()

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Tax Information
2005
Property tax:

$2,519

Assessed value bldgs:

$96,400

Assessed value land:

$55,200

Total assessed value:

$151,600

Sale History
No sale history is available for this home

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Zillow - 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

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220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516


ZESTIMATE: $220,866

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Home Facts

Public Facts
Owner's Facts

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Zillow - 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

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http://www.zillow.com/HomeDetails.htm?city=Conestoga&state=PA&z...

Home Facts
Owner Facts
Residence:

Single family

Bedrooms:

Bathrooms:

2.0

Sq ft:

1,060

Lot size:

82,764 sq ft / 1.90 acres

Year built:

1995

Year updated:

--

# Stories:

Total rooms:

Basement:

Finished

Roof type:

Asphalt

Primary exterior material:

--

View:

--

Primary parking type:

Garage - Attached

Covered parking spaces:

--

Primary heating source:

--

Primary heating system:

Heat pump

Primary cooling system:

Central

Architectural style:

--

Fireplace:

Yes

Swimming pool:

--

Waterfront:

--

County:

Lancaster

Parcel #: 1203252300000
Zillow Home ID:

9692127

Legal description: --

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Showing 10 comparable recent sales for 220 Stone Hill Rd, Conestoga, PA 17516

2006 NAVTEQ | 2006 GlobeXplorer and Suppliers | 2006 Proxix


Comparable
recent sales

Sold
Price

Date Sold

BR BA Home Lot
Home
(sq ft) (sq ft) $/sq
ft

Lot
$/sq
ft

Year
Built

Dist
(mi)

220 Stone
Hill Rd

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1,060

82,764 $196

$3

1995

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213 Stone Hill


Rd

$208,000 05/15/2006 3

1,096

82,764 $190

$3

1998

0.08

561 Stone Hill


Rd

$260,000 01/24/2006 3

1.5 1,304

82,764 $199

$3

1997

0.43

101 W Elm St

$210,000 06/01/2006 3

1.5 1,516

19,602 $139

$11

1974

0.48

15 Orchard Ln

$163,000 04/10/2006 4

1.5 1,028

16,552 $159

$10

1985

0.41

5 Orchard Ln

$162,500 07/06/2005 3

1.5 994

16,552 $163

$10

1984

0.33

3455 Main St

$182,900 10/04/2005 4

1,456

16,988 $126

$11

1930

0.35

410 Kendig Rd

$175,000 01/05/2006 3

1,272

30,927 $138

$6

1963

0.67

2834 Main St

$129,000 11/30/2005 3

1,105

21,780 $117

$6

1942

0.56

24 E Elm St

$143,000 07/22/2005 3

1,344

17,424 $106

$8

1946

0.65

70 River
Corner Rd

$159,900 10/12/2005 4

1,841

8,276

$19

1890

0.45

Averages

$179,330 --

1.5 1,296

$9

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$87

31,363 $142

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0001
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
S.N. Lombardo Development Company
c/o Benecon Insurance Company
3175 Oregon Pike
Leola, PA 17540
626 Charlotte Street Development Proposal
Date
Date Due
Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

02/01/2009

02/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

$ 2,335.92

03/01/2009

03/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,357.27

04/01/2009

04/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,378.62

05/01/2009

05/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,399.97

06/01/2009

06/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,421.32

07/01/2009

07/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,442.67

08/01/2009

08/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,464.02

09/01/2009

09/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,485.37

10/01/2009

10/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,506.72

11/01/2009

11/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,528.07

12/01/2009

12/01/2009

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,549.42

01/01/2010

01/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,570.77

02/01/2010

02/01/2010

FC

Finance Charge

21.35

$ 2,592.12

FC

Finance Charge

$1,064.78

11/29/2016

TOTAL DUE:

21.35

$ 3,656.90

$ 3,656.90

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7001

Invoice Date:
Mar 12, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

1
Duplicate

Ship To

Sold To:
S.N. Lombardo Development
c/o Ralph Mazzochi
33 Rider Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603

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Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

Continued
Continued
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TOTAL

Continued

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Invoice

Advanced Media Group


1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
USA

Invoice Number:
7001

Invoice Date:
Mar 12, 2007

Voice:
Fax:

Page:

717-799-5915
717-427-1621

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Ship To

Sold To:
S.N. Lombardo Development
c/o Ralph Mazzochi
33 Rider Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603

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Subtotal
Sales Tax
Total Invoice Amount
Payment Received

1,871.00

TOTAL

$1,871.00

1,871.00
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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0009
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Pfumm Contractors, Inc.,
58 South Duke Street
Millersville, PA 17551
Town and Country Lease of February 31, 1998
Date
Date Due
Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

Outstanding Payments
for Town & Country Lease
Executed on February 31, 1998
For 1994 Ford Explorer as
Per Agreement. See Attached
Exhibits.

$ 14,000.00

$ 14,000.00

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Invoice

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,116.67

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,233.34

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,350.01

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,466.68

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,466.68

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,700.02

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,816.69

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 14,933.36

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

116.67

$ 15,050.03

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge

TOTAL DUE:

$6,182.20

$ 21,232.23

$ 21,232.23

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Diary of Mental Duress


Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,
I started to log incidents of mental duress in December of 1997 after the incidents became
consistent and demonstrated not be random acts of mere occurrences. This behavior and
malicious treatment was an extreme divergence from the previous 45 months of my
tenure and a polarization of my relationships with all employees involved, including Mr.
David Pflumm.
Ms. Susan Bare (Office Manager, Reporting Directly To Me)
In December, her attitude became especially hostile toward me, upon many occasions
challenging my computer knowledge when in fact she has limited experience. She had
continued to persist in wanting to change procedures, which I had repeatedly told her that
systems are reviewed at the end of the fiscal year, and any necessary changes would only
be made during the off-season, as in previous years. She had continued to challenge my
authority, which was out-of -character, and not consistent with her job description. She
had often become upset and snippy when I would not go out and get her lunch, which
was not in my job description.
Mr. James Leonards, (Asphalt Paving Supervisor)
In the week preceding Christmas vacation, Mr. Leonards had requested that I submit a
form to Wholsen Contractors, which was incidental to any contracts. The form requested
banking accounts, which I had refused to answer. I would not release the corporate
confidential banking information to a General Contractor of whom we were at credit risk
for collecting payments for services rendered, not the other way around. Mr. Leonards
continued to harass me about the document, and kept waiving the document in front of
my face. He continued, and I told him to have Wholsen call me. I had counted five
incidents regarding this document, which I never submitted. This information was
immaterial to any negotiations with Wholsen, and was intended only as a means of
mental duress.
Mr. Leonards had shown interest in learning estimating software on the computer. He
persistently requested the opportunity, and I had suggested that he evaluate competing
software before any final decisions were made. He had on his own, obtained a
demonstration of software, which he evaluated. It was not what we required, and before
Christmas, I had procured another demonstration disc for his evaluation. He promised to
evaluate that software over the Christmas vacation. Mr. Leonards kept giving me
excuses, and was never evaluated., merely to inflict mental duress.
On many occasions Mr. Leonards insisted on challenging my computer knowledge with
incidental technical questions, knowing that I was becoming annoyed. Mr. Leonards
only began working on a computer at home, within the past several months.
On January 15th, I went out to start my car, and Mr. Leonards and Mr. Ralph Carruthers
from the lobby door, made gestures at me thinking that I was leaving, when in fact I was

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merely warming up my car. When I returned to the lobby, Mr. Leonards and Mr.
Carruthers had disappeared.
On or about February 24th, upon logging into my AOL account, a Buddy List message
from Mr. James Leonards appeared on my computer screen that said Stan is that you?.
The only way that I am able to receive Buddy List messages is to sign up for the
service, of which I had never done, which means that Mr. Leonards must have illegally
accessed my account and signed my account up for the service. The evening before, a
neighbor saw me looking for my cats with a spot light, and yelled Stan is that you?.
This is certainly a clear example of mental duress, among other electronic privacy
violations.
Mr. John Brown, (Truck Driver)
On January 9th, Mr. John Brown was receiving his pay check and made the following
remark Stan, why didnt you go to Cancun with Dave, you look like one of those
Mexicans.
LN Dockey (Office Assistant, part-time)
Consistently called my car phone upon leaving the office to ask where I was going, and
when I was coming back, which was none of her business. She reported to me, I did not
report to her. She knew that this annoyed me, and was out-of-character and inconsistent
with prior behavior.
Mr. Brian Langsett (Subcontractor)
Mr. Brian Langsett continued to make calls to my home, and during the week of February
20th, screamed and yelled into my voice mail, which resulted in my changing my line to a
private phone line. Mr. Langsett consistently left messages on my voice mail, knowing
that I was not going to answer them back.
Mr. Ralph Carruthers (General Manager)
On January 22nd, Mr. Ralph Carruthers entered my office and requested that I redo a pay
application for the Lancaster Township Park Avenue project that I had done. I informed
him that I had nothing to do with that pay application because I was on vacation. He
stormed out of my office, mad that I wouldnt redo the pay application and telling me that
I had done it. Immediately following his departure, Mr. David Pflumm stormed into my
office and got inches away from my face and said Do you and Ralph have a problem,
what is your problem? I nervously and quite upset said, Dave, I didnt prepare that pay
application, I was on vacation. Mr. Pflumm replied, Yes you did. I immediately
said, Dave, mental duress is a serious matter, you dont mess with someones mind,
like that you just dont play with someones mind like this., I was on vacation Mr.
Pflumm went on to say that I did do the pay application. I asked him Do you have a
problem with me?. He replied no.

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I later went to the file and retrieved the original pay application for Lancaster Townships
Park Avenue. It was prepared by Mr. David Pflumm with his handwriting. I later
showed it to him and he said nothing. THIS IS MENTAL DURESS.

Mr. David Pflumm (President, Owner, Best Friend)


See Above.
In August of 1997, I was responsible for the formulation, presentation, and collection of a
Change Order for the removal of rock at the Cecil County Community College, which we
subcontracted the work from e.e. Murray Construction Company. We had negotiated a
unit price per cubic yard of rock removed, and we were required to document the
measurements which accounted for a billing of some $275,000 to e.e. Murray.
I had spent several hundred hours on the project, most of which I had done at my office at
home. Through November, it became apparent that the e.e. Murray was trying to pass on
their own problems and mistakes with their contract with the College to us, in an effort to
relieve themselves of the $275,000 contractual liability they had with Pflumm
Contractors, Inc., This process was an enormous burden, given the impact the loss would
have to our financial, and especially considering that e.e. Murray had no legal loophole to
avoid payment to us, irregardless of any dispute they had with the college. I had proven
this through thorough documentation and the specifics of our contractual arrangements.
My policy and the policy of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., up to this point had always been to
take legal action after all other efforts for collections and contract disputes have failed. I
had demonstrated an outstanding performance in reducing the amount of bad receivables,
which had almost caused the company into bankruptcy prior to my affiliation. More Mr.
David Pflumm had always demonstrated a hard line stance in all collection matters, even
to the extreme of causing the dismissal of his own employee for failing to reimburse the
company for a $700 repair bill. Mr. David Pflumm was not known for his fairness or
good faith negotiating. His tendency was to inflate production figures, and was lack in
leniency to anyone that owed him money. This was clearly demonstrated in past
contractual disputes with the Hershey Library, Dutch Family Inn, Consolicated
Construction, and various other small accounts. His policy was consistent no matter
what the amount of the payable. Mr. Pflumm was quick to take legal action in all
disputes as soon as negotiations proved fruitless.
As early as late October I had advised Mr. Pflumm that we were exhausting our efforts
for collection of the $275,000 and that e.e. Murray was not negotiating in good faith and
was in my opinion engaging in fraudulent tactics. This transaction was of even greater
importance than any other bad receivable due to the fact that a majority of the funds at
risk were pure profits. As early as November, it was the advise of our corporate attorney,
Mr. Matt Ssamley of Xakellis, Reeese and Pugh, that a civil law suit should be
immediately filed. I had Mr. Matt Samley detail all of the legal parameters of his legal
opinion supporting his contentions.

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In November, I had informed Mr. David Pflumm that I personally removed myself form
the dispute on the grounds that e.e. Murray Construction Company was not acting in
good faith, I had exhausted all available resources and means of collecting the monies
without a civil law suit being filed, and Mr. David Pflumm refused to take legal action.
By my departure on February 20th, all efforts for collecting the $275,000 proved fruitless,
and Mr. David Pflumm continued his procrastination of filing a civil lawsuit.
I am of the firm belief that the many of the negotiations and situations surrounding the
collection of payments from e.e. Murray was strategically used as ploy to inflict mental
duress for the following reasons:
1. I had exhausted most of my time during September, October, and November
while also managing my regular duties, and had requested a fee for the
collection of funds that was well beyond the scope of my duties.
2. e.e. Murray Construction Company had no legal foundation for not paying
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., irregardless of whether e.e. Murray collected the
funds from the Cecil County Community College.
3. e.e Murray had collected enough funds from Cecil County Community
College in January, and still refused any payment to Pflumm Contractors, Inc.,
4. Mr. David Pflumm had exhibited and demonstrated an extreme sense of
leniency toward filing a civil lawsuit that was unprecedented during my
tenure and in the history of the company.
5. Over half of the $275,000 was cash for the company.
6. I allege that during the month of February, communications were used to
deceive the true nature of the situation.
7. Mr. Pflumm had always taken my advice on such matters during my tenure.
8. Lastly, the only reasonable explanation for not filing a civil complaint is that
the situation was not being truly disclosed by Mr. David Pflumm and e.e.
Murray and that a lawsuit would become public record and have adverse and
irrevocable damages to e.e. Murray Construction Company.

In late January Mr. David Pflumm laid an large envelope addressed to his home on my
desk. Inside was a letter addressed to me from AirWays Charter Service, including a
brochure depicting a plane, identical to that which was illegally repossessed from me in
1987. This was clearly a demonstrated tactic for mental duress. In the history of my
tenure, we have never discussed or had any remote need for such a service, and more
importantly, the package was addressed to Mr. David Pflumms home.
On week of February 20th, Mr. David Pflumm had provided me with documentation that
required my signature from Town & Country Leasing for my automobile that that had I
signed would have given the leasing company the right to repossess the automobile at
any given time while providing me with no legal recourse to prevent such repossession.
Mr. Pflumm had agreed to personally guarantee the payments for the automobile for the
duration of the lease, under any and all circumstances. He has breached his agreement.

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During the weeks preceding my departure, in the course of my travels, I had passed many
employees on many different occasions during the course of the day. On every occasion,
not one employee would acknowledge me with a gesture or waive.
During my tenure at Pflumm Contractors, Inc., not only did I resurrect the company from
near bankruptcy, and restore the company to the best financial condition it has ever
experienced, even as important was the management policies that I had implemented that
had for the first time given the employees fair and equitable place of employment. And
their gratitude was often displayed and demonstrated toward me. The behavior of the
company, as a whole, was drastically out of character and malicious, which had resulted
in a hostile environment directly threatening my mental welfare. There is not a reason in
the world where I should have been so maliciously treated. The pain and suffering was
so great, that I specifically sought the advice and help of Fr. Edward Lavelle on January
14th, in the Office of the Bishiop.

Any further detail to this document would greatly compromise my rights for any future
litigation which may or may not transpire.

I Attest,

Stanley J. Caterbone

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Letter to Matt Samley of Xakellis Reese & Pugh re ISC Opinion and Invoice

Stan J. Caterbone
220 Stone Hill Road
Conestoga, PA 17516

April 7, 1998
Mr. Matt Samley
Xakellis, Reese & Pugh
129 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Re: Outstanding Invoice
Dear Mr. Samley:
I refute payment of the above mentioned invoice for the following reasons:
1. Reasonable Time As Promised. On or about November 24, 1997, we had a
telephone conversation while at my office of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., when
you had offered to update your progress on my request for a legal opinion
relating to the matters described herein. You had indicated that you were
busy, and that I would have a letter soon. I had stated that I was in no
immediate need, as long as it was within a reasonable amount of time. You
had promised me that it would be forthcoming immediately following the
Christmas Holidays. And I agreed with that time schedule.
I received the document on February 28, 1998, some 50 or so days after your
promised time schedule, and by your own accounting of my billing hours, it
took you approximately 60 days to complete the last 40 minutes of your
efforts.
This certainly does not constitute reasonable, as you had promised, and raises
questions as to your good faith efforts regarding my issues. Furthermore, I had
never had any conversations with you pertaining to these matters since that
conversation on or about November 24th, which you had an ethical obligation
to notify me if you were not able to deliver your opinion as promised.

2. Conflict of Interest. Immediately following my departure of Pflumm


Contractors, Inc., on February 20th, 1998 and my sworn statement to the PA
Unemployment Compensation Review Board, given the fact that you
represent David Pflumm and Pflumm Contractors, Inc., constitutes a conflict
of interest by most if not all of your Professional Code of Ethics . The fact
that you have conveniently delivered your legal opinion immediately

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Letter to Matt Samley of Xakellis Reese & Pugh re ISC Opinion and Invoice

following my departure of February 20th, certainly raises some questions as


to the timing of your legal opinion, which is dated February 26th.

3. The Legal Opinion. The following paragraph will serve my purpose,


Regarding the arrest and subsequent prison term, that should have been dealt
with through the appellate process and Post-Conviction Relief Act process and
frankly I do not see anything here at this time that could be done regarding and
arrest ten years ago and that time was served. To expunge a record now would
probably be beyond the statute of limitations for doing so. Finally, even it it
were possible, the fact that this presumably went to a jury and the jury found you
guilty seemed to indicate that at least based on the evidence provided, the jury
had some belief to find you guilty of what you were bound over for trial for.
Where on Gods earth did you find any information to insinuate that I was ever
convicted of any crime. Thank you, you have just proven my point. That
preceding statement, given the wealth of information that you have in your
possession, substantiates the fundamental foundation of the legal issues that I am
questioning, which undermines the framework of my civil, constitutional, and
shareholder rights.
I request that you immediately return all of my documents, and attest that no
copies of both paper and or audio have been retained by you or by Xakellis,
Reese & Pugh.

I remain,

Stan J. Caterbone

cc: Samleyfile

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0010
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Date

Account of:
New Holland Dental
650 East Main Street
New Holland, PA 17557
Date Due
Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Outstanding Invoice

$ 2,600.00

2,618.00

Invoice

Invoice Discrimination and Harassment during Free Dental Day of May 1, 2009 Patient traveled to facility at
Approx. 6:00 for free dental Services to get at least a Cavity filled after seeing it on WGAL-T\/8 News at
5:30 am. At approximately 11:00 am patient received a Panoramic X-Ray and approximately 10 minutes
later the patient received a free dental Examination in the examination room closest to Main Street, New
Holland by a Dentist who identified himself as being from Reading. The dentist examined the patient's
mouth and described a large cavity (from a prior filling falling out) that needed a crown or filling. Patient
explained that he wanted a filling and would opt for a crown at a later time. Dentist agreed and wrote the
prognosis and treatment for a filling on patient's chart. Patient was told to wait for his turn. The Dental
Staff broke for lunch, and patient immediately inquired about the number. Staff had told the yet to be
treated patients that approximately 70 to 80 people were already treated. Patient had number 366, which
meant that 65 persons were to be treated before him. The Staff told patient that he would be one of first
after lunch. It was now approximately 2:15 when 3 females approached the patient in the waiting room
and tried to explain that there was an infection in the area to be treated, however the examining dentist
made no mention of any infection or abscess. The patient did not know if the girls were authorized, or even
if they were part of the dental staff. The patient demanded his X-Ray and walked out of the facility. The
woman and 2 females that identified themselves as coming from the Mt. Joy Career Technical Institute,
namely the darker student and the teacher were harassing all day.
FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

8 Hours of Consulting Time


$600.00
At $75.00 Per Hour for Time
Wasted on Promised Dental Care.
8- Gallons Gasoline
$ 16.00
2- Hot Dogs
$ 2.00
Harassment; Pain and Suffering $2,000.00

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,639.82

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,661.64

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,683.46

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,705.28

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,727.10

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,748.92

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,770.74

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,792.56

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

21.82

$ 2,814.38

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge

$1,156.08
TOTAL DUE:

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$ 3,970.46

$ 3,970.46

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0011
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Social Security Administration
Suite 104
1809 Olde Homestead Lane
Lancaster, PA 17601-5957
Date

Date Due

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Disability/SSI Payments From


December 1, 2005 to May 1, 2009
42 Months at $835.00 per month $ 35,070.00

Balance

$ 35,070.00

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge
Monthly Disability

$
$

292.25
835.00

$ 35,362.25
$36,197.25

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge
Monthly Disability

$
$

292.25
835.00

$ 36,489.50
$37,324.50

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge
Monthly Disability

$
$

292.25
835.00

$ 37,616.75
$38,451.75

08/20/2009

08/20/2009

Payment

$21,460.00

$16,991.75

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

0.00

$ 16,991.75

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

141.60

$ 17,133.35

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

141.60

$ 17,274.95

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

141.60

$ 17,416.55

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

141.60

$ 17,558.15

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

141.60

$ 17,669.75

$7,258.32

$ 24,928.07

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$ 24,928.07

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0012
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation
7th Floor, Labor & Industry Building
651 Boas Street
Harrisburg, PA 17121

Date

Date Due

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Reference

Description

Amount

Balance

Invoice

18 months of Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation


Benefits from July 1, 1987 to December 1, 1988
At $400.00 Per Week
$21,600.00
Interest 10% Per Annually
$43,200.00

Invoice

18 months of Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation


Benefits from March 1, 1998 to August 1, 1999
At $400.00 Per Week
$36,000.00
Interest 10% Per Annually
$28,800.00
TOTAL

$129,600.00

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$130,680.00

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$131,760.00

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$132,840.00

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$133,920.00

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$135,000.00

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$136,080.00

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$137,160.00

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$138,240.00

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

1,080.00

$139,320.00

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$ 57,229.40

$ 196,549.40

$ 196,549.40

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0014
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Southern Regional Police Department
3284 Main Street
Conestoga, PA 17516

Date

Date Due

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Balance

Stolen Cash of April 5, 2006 during


302 Incident
$ 743.00
Window Repair of April 5, 2006 during
302 Incident
$ 315.00
Towing & Storage of April 5, 2006 during
302 Incident
$ 280.00
Subtotal
$ 1,388.40
Interest to June 1, 2009

$ 443.00

$ 1,781.40

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge

0.00

$ 1,781.40

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,796.25

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,811.10

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,825.95

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,840.80

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,855.65

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,870.50

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,885.36

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

14.85

$ 1,900.21

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$ 780.56

$ 2,680.77

$ 2,680.77

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0015
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Lancaster Employment Training Agency LETA
1016 North Charlotte Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Date

Date Due

06/1/2009

05/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Invoice Individual Training Account (ITA)


Provider Service Title:
Paralegal Studies
$14,000.00
See Attached Exhibits

Balance

$ 14,000.00

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,116.67

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,233.34

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,350.01

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,466.69

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,583.35

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,700.02

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,816.69

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

$ 116.67

$ 14,933.36

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$6,134.28

$ 21,067.64

$ 21,067.64

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0016
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
State Farm Insurance
100 State Farm Place
Ballstron Spa, NY 12020-8000

Re: Insurance Policy Claim No. 38-P876-509


Pennsylvania Department of Insurance No. 09-169-68443
Date

Date Due

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Balance

Self Insurance Fund


33% of $35,000.00 Contents Coverage
Failure to Honor Claims Per
Contract Pursuant to State and
Federal Laws $ 11,666.67
See Attached Exhibits
$11,666.67

$11,666.67

7/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,763.90

8/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,861.13

9/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,958.36

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

12,055.59

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

12,152.82

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.23

12,347.28

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.23

12,444.51

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge

$5,111.91
TOTAL DUE:

$ 17,556.42

$ 17,556.42

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0017
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
The Lancaster Bureau of Police
39 West Chestnut Street
Lancaster, PA 17603-3510

Re: State Department of Insurance File No. 09-169-68443


State Farm Insurance Policy Claim No. 38-P876-509
Date

Date Due

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Reference

Description

Invoice

Amount

Self Insurance Fund


33% of $35,000.00 Contents Coverage
Failure to Honor Claims Per
Contract Pursuant to State and
Federal Laws $ 11,666.67
See Attached Exhibits
$11,666.67

Balance

$11,666.67

7/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$11,814.31

8/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$11,911.95

9/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,009.59

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,107.23

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,204.87

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,302.51

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,400.15

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.64

$12,497.79

07/08/2015

11/29/2016

Forced Entry to 1250 Fremont Street


To SERVE 302 Psychiatric Warrant
Replace Broken Door and Charge To Change
Locks
FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$ 800.00

$5,133.80

$ 18,431.59

$ 18,431.59

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Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0018
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
Pennsylvania Department of Insurance
Bureau of Consumer Services
1209 Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120

Re: State Department of Insurance File No. 09-169-68443


State Farm Insurance Policy Claim No. 38-P876-509
Date

Date Due

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Self Insurance Fund


33% of $35,000.00 Contents Coverage
Failure to Honor Claims Per
Contract Pursuant to State and
Federal Laws $ 11,666.67
See Attached Exhibits
$11,666.67

Balance

$11,666.67

7/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,763.90

8/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,861.13

9/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$11,958.36

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$12,055.59

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$12,152.82

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

97.23

$12,250.05

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.23

12,347.28

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

97.23

12,444.51

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$5,111.91

$ 17,556.42

$ 17,556.42

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Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0013
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:

Lancaster County Assistance Office LCAO


Pennsylvania Department of Welfare
832 Manor Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603

Date

Date Due

05/1/2009

05/1/2009

Reference
Invoice

Description

Amount

Balance

Food Stamp Benefits with a Free $ 5,920.00


Red Rose Transit Authority Bus Pass
October 1, 2006 to May 1, 2008
32 Months at $185.00 per Month
Legal Costs 4 Appeals
at $2,500 Each

$10,000.00

$15,920.00

06/1/2009

06/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,052.67

07/1/2009

07/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,185.34

08/1/2009

08/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,318.01

09/1/2009

09/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,450.68

10/1/2009

10/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,583.35

11/1/2009

11/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,716.02

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,848.69

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 16,981.36

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

132.67

$ 17,114.03

11/29/2016

FC

Finance Charge
TOTAL DUE:

$7,030.04

$ 24,144.07

$ 24,144.07

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0020
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:

State Auto Insurance Company

Eastern Regional Office


PO Box 2006
Mechanicsburg PA 17055-0733
(717)697-1121
Claim Number: CATE-0285037-090409
Loss Date: 09/04/2009
Insured: STANLEY CATERBONE

Date

Date Due

12/1/2009

12/1/2009

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

Finance Charge

02/1/2010

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

11/29/2016

Reference
Invoice

FC

Description

Amount

Parts and Labor for Rear


Bumper

Finance Charge

$700.00
$ 5.83

$ 705.83

$ 755.83

5.83

$ 310.48

Total

Balance

$1,066.31

$1,066.31

FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

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STATEMENT
Statement Date
November 29, 2016
Customer ID: 0021
Advanced Media Group
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Account of:
United States Department of Defense
Ash Carter

Secretary of Defense
1000 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC 20301-1000

Date

Date Due

Reference

Description

Amount

01/1/2010

01/1/2010

23 Years of Service of unwitting experimentation


under U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
for the development and deployment
of U.S. Military weapons and systems
$100,000.00 per Year1

Balance

$2,300,000.00

See attached:
Federal Whistleblower and Targeted Individual of U.S Sponsored Mind Control
Executive Summary, September 13, 2009 With Ground Zero
See Supporting Documentation by Visiting:
Memo to Secretary Robert Gates of April 7, 2009
2. http://www.scribd.com/doc/24371616/Submission-to-U-S-Department-of-Defense-Website-Re-U-SSecretary-of-Defense-Robert-Gates-April-7-2009
3. ISC & Pakistan Missle Project Called Khyber-Pass
4. http://www.scribd.com/doc/24366542/ISC-and-the-Pakistan-Missle-Deals-of-1986-Called-The-Khyber-PassProject
5. CIA Torture Investigations EIT Program & SERE and U.S. Sponsored Mind Control by Stan J. Caterbone, October 2,
2009 Used as Exhibit in Human Rights Complaint to U.N. Council for Human Rights
6. http://www.scribd.com/doc/23900626/CIA-Torture-Investigations-EIT-Program-SERE-and-U-S-SponsoredMind-Control-by-Stan-Caterbone-October-2-2009
1.

02/1/2010

11/29/2016

02/1/2010

Finance Charge

FC

19,166.66

Finance Charge

$2,300,019.66

$ 944,794.36

$3,244,814.02

TOTAL $3,244,814.02
FINANCE CHARGE IS AN ANNUALIZED RATE OF 6% COMPOUNDED MONTHLY

1 Fee for service does not include interest, penalties, or any damages to health and welfare of Stanley J. Caterbone.
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June 7, 2015

Stanley J. Caterbone
1250 Fremont Street
Lancaster, PA 17603

Social Security Administration


P.O. Box 4550
Wilkes Barre, PA 18767-4550

Claim No. XXX-XX-0959 A-

Re: Disability Update Report of June 5, 2015


To Whom It May Concern:
Attached are supporting documents for the above. The following is a list of the
attached items for your considerations and review:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Fairmont Behaviorial Systems/Hospital Medical and 302 Report


Lancaster General Hospital Illegal No Trespass Notice
Targeted Individual Summary and Notarized Affidavit
Accumulated Illegal No Trespass Notices
24 Criminal Charges Dismissed 1987 to 2007

Thank you for your considerations.

Stanley J. Caterbone

cc: file

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ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP, LTD.,


&
STAN J. CATERBONE
Federal Whistleblower (Federal False Claims Act Violation in 1987 re ISC)
Targeted Individual of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
and Directed Energy Devices or Weapons With Organized Stalking
See Attached Affidavit of September 16, 2010

I have been a Targeted Individual, TI, and Victim since 1987. In 1987 I blew the whistle on
an international defense contractor, International Signal & Control, ISC, who was selling arms to
Iraq via South Africa and was convicted of a $1 Billion dollar Fraud. They were founded and
headquartered in my hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I was a shareholder and was solicited
to help finance some of their operations.

ISC was a Department of Defense (DOD) Contractor

and a partner with United States Intelligence Agencies since it's beginnings in the early 1970's.
One of it's first contracts was Project X with the National Security Agency or NSA of Ft. Meade,
Maryland.

My father was part of U.S. Navy experiments in the 1940's and experienced synthetic
telepathy in the 1970's and 1980's. My brother was in the U.S. Air Force and a victim of the LSD
experiments in the late 1960's.

Organized stalking and harassment began in 1987 following the public allegations of fraud
within ISC. As far back as the late 1980's I knew that my mind was being read, or "remotely
viewed".

In 2005 the U.S. sponsored mind control turned into an all-out assault of mental

telepathy; synthetic telepathy; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy devices
and electromagnetic weapons. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously
with the filing of the federal action in U.S. District Court, of CATERBONE v. Lancaster County
Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288.

Stan J. Caterbone

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Freedom from Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS)


Post Office Box 9022
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
October 10, 2010
Glenn A. Fine, Inspector General
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Room 4706
Washington, D.C. 20530
Subject: A Demand for an Investigation of the FBI
Dear Mr. Fine:
Freedom from Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) represents nearly one-thousand U. S.
citizens and residents, all of whom are victims of organized stalking, electronic stalking, or mind
manipulation carried out remotely by unseen assailants using unseen weapons. FFCHS is only one
of several organizations composed of those targeted individuals (TIs). Attached to this demand
letter are also affidavits of victims concerning their torture.
Most of the victims have recurred to the FBI and other law enforcement entities, sometimes
repeatedly, to file complaints concerning their assault; yet, the FBI has consistently refused to
properly investigate the victims claims. Refusal to look into those crimes makes the FBI guilty of
misconduct and dereliction of duty by not providing protection to American citizens on American
soil. Moreover, it makes the FBI accomplices of the assailants. The FBIs unwillingness to intervene
dangerously undermines the American citizenrys faith in the national government.
TIs suffer relentless attacks by high-tech directed energy weaponry that the U. S. military, the U.
S. intelligence community, and law enforcement are known to possess. Some of those targets
daily endure involuntary neurological intervention that includes synthetic telepathy and mind
reading. Many TIs believe that elements of the executive branch either commit those assaults or
aid and protect those who do so. Victims of those attacks experience mentally and physically
debilitating effects. Some of those effects follow.
-- Continual voice-to-skull (V2K) hearing and auditory torture with intense, loud,
electronic-sounding noise.
-- Visual distortions and blurred vision.
-- Manipulation of will, emotions, feelings, and perceptions.
-- Forced speech, involuntary body movements.
-- Mind reading, mining of memories, and neurological interrogations.
-- Induced multiple personalities, transmission of specific commands into the subconscious, and
compulsory execution of these commands.
-- Debilitation of mental acuity: inability to concentrate and disruption of ability to think rationally
and independently.
-- Loss of memory and knowledge.
-- Imposition of altered states that targeted individuals have never experienced before such as
narcotic intoxication and obsessive desires.
-- Manipulation of sleep patterns: sleep deprivation or uncontrollable sleep.
-- Cramps, seizures, and muscle spasms.

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--Excruciating artificial pain in any part of the body.


-- Induced heart attacks, cancer, and other serious medical conditions.
Those electronic and neurological attacks are often accompanied by on-site organized stalking,
wiretapping, phone tampering, computer tampering, mail tampering, vehicle tampering,
workplace mobbing, vandalism, illegal entries, and break-ins.
The failure of the FBI, along with federal, state and local law enforcement, to protect victims of
electronic and neurological assault results in the following violations of those victims basic civil
and human rights.
Denial of victims of equal protection under the laws and the right of due processunder Section 1 of
the Fourteenth Amendment, also known as the Incorporation Doctrine. The Supreme Court has
found that each of these incorporated rights is "deeply rooted in the nation's history" and
"fundamental" to the concept of "ordered liberty" represented by the due process clause [Palko v.
Connecticut, 302 U.S. 319, 58 S. Ct. 149, 82 L. Ed. 288 [1937]. Subjection of victims to cruel and
unusual punishment and the tortuous invasion of privacy by the endless snooping" [See Galella v.
Onassis, 353 F. Supp. 196, 227-28, Page 2 (S.D.N.Y. 1972]. And subjection to organized stalking
and stealth technologies utilized to conduct myriad intrusions upon our person [See United States
of America v. Lawrence Maynard, (08-3030), p. 32 (U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C., August 6, 2010)
where the court found that U. S. Governments prolonged GPS tracking of Jones indeed violates
the intrusions every police practice the Supreme Court has deemed a search under
Katz].Deprivation of victims right to privacy, as well as the privacy of thought, as interpreted by
the U.S. Supreme Court through our Bill of Rights, the 1st Amendment (Privacy of Beliefs), 3rd
Amendment (Privacy of the Home), 14th Amendment, as well as our 4th Amendment (Right
Against Search and Seizure).
Please note that even the courts recognize that the stealth technologies exist and are in the
hands of law enforcements. In Kyllo v. United States [(99-8508) 533 U.S. 27 (2001) 190 F.3d
1041], the Supreme Court found that the use of an Agema Thermovision 210 thermal imager to
scan Kyllos home was a violation of the 4th Amendment and his privacy rights. The Court also
noted that: The ability to see through walls and other opaque barriers is a clear, and scientifically
feasible, goal of law enforcement research and development. The National Law Enforcement and
Corrections Technology Center, a program within the United States Department of Justice,
features on its Internet Website projects that include a Radar-Based Through-the-Wall
Surveillance System, Handheld Ultrasound Through the Wall Surveillance, and a Radar Flashlight
that will enable law officers to detect individuals through interior building walls
(nlectec.org/tech/proj, visited May 3, 2001).
Some devices may emit low levels of radiation that travel through-the-wall, but others, such as
more sophisticated thermal imaging devices, are entirely passive, or off-the-wall as the dissent
puts it [FN3].
By means of this correspondence, FFCHS petitions, and demands, that the Department of Justice
(1) conduct an investigation of the FBI to determine why it refuses to identify, locate, and arrest
the electronic assailants and (2) instruct the FBI to cooperate in investigating the cases regarding
victims of electronic stalking. Thank you for your attention to this urgent and distressing matter.
Sincerely yours,
Derrick C. Robinson President, FFCHS
And other board members

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P.O. Box 9022


Cincinnati, OH 45209
Email: info@freedomfchs.com Voicemail: 1-800-571-5618
Fax: 1-866-433-4170 Website: www.freedomfchs.com

Pennsylvania Counseling Services - Lancaster City


40 Pearl Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
www.pacounseling.com
June 2, 2010
Dear Ms. Erin:
I am writing this letter to you on behalf of Stan Caterbone, who is a targeted individual, one of many
thousands in this country and worldwide who are victims of organized stalking and directed energy
weapons (DEW) assaults. DEW's are advanced surveillance, harassment and mind-invasive technologies
that provide access to the human mind and body for rogue elements of government, business, and
some individuals. Because the technologies are not widely known in society, people often believe that
when they hear voices in their mind that are not their own that they must be delusional. This is not
always the case. Because they are classified, most people do not realize that technologies exist today
that can remotely read and influence human thought, manipulate limbs and inner organs, cause
extreme pain, and/or influence human emotion. Because of congressional hearings in the 70s and
whistleblower accounts, weve learned that there has been secret, ongoing government research and
development of these technologies since the '50's, for almost 60 years.
However, this society remains mostly unaware that not only individual, but mind control on a mass scale
is occurring even as we speak. Therefore, many in this country are suffering greatly in ways they do not
understand, nor do those around them.
Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) is one of the few organizations that is trying
to bridge this gap and is in the process of helping those who have found that they are victims of
advanced technologies that are preying on the minds and bodies of innocent Americans across this
country and the globe.

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I believe Stan is one of the fortunate ones to have realized the truth of his situation and now the
struggle for him and others becomes finding a means of protection and relief. We have been in
emotional support of him and many others who face this same struggle today; one that our entire
society will one day grapple with hopefully sooner, rather than later. As his therapist, we appreciate
whatever support and guidance you can provide for him at this time.
Feel free to contact me at anytime if you have any questions or comments about how you may be of
help to Stan in assuring his emotional and mental well-being.

Peace and Liberty,


Derrick Robinson, President
Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance
www.freedomfchs.com
Phone: 513-344-4113
Email: derrickcrobinson@gmail.com

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On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of Mi...

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http://www.globalresearch.ca/PrintArticle.php?articleId=7123

On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of


Mind Invasive Technology
By Carole Smith
Global Research, October 18, 2007
Journal of Psycho-Social Studies, 2003.
"We have failed to comprehend that the result of the technology that originated in the years of the arms race
between the Soviet Union and the West, has resulted in using satellite technology not only for surveillance and
communication systems but also to lock on to human beings, manipulating brain frequencies by directing laser
beams, neural-particle beams, electro-magnetic radiation, sonar waves, radiofrequency radiation (RFR), soliton
waves, torsion fields and by use of these or other energy fields which form the areas of study for astro-physics.
Since the operations are characterised by secrecy, it seems inevitable that the methods that we do know about,
that is, the exploitation of the ionosphere, our natural shield, are already outdated as we begin to grasp the
implications of their use." [Excerpt]

For those of us who were trained in a psychoanalytical approach to the patient which was characterised as patient
centred, and which acknowledged that the effort to understand the world of the other person entailed an awareness
that the treatment was essentially one of mutuality and trust, the American Psychiatry Associations Diagnostic
Criteria for Schizotypal personality was always a cause for alarm. The Third Edition (1987) of Diagnostic and
Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) required that there be at least four of the characteristics set out for a
diagnosis of schizophrenia, and an approved selection of four could be: magical thinking, telepathy or sixth sense;
limited social contact; odd speech; and over-sensitivity to criticism. By 1994, the required number of qualifying
characteristics were reduced to two or more, including, say, hallucinations and negative symptoms such as
affective flattening, or disorganised or incoherent speech or only one if the delusions were bizarre or the
hallucination consisted of a voice keeping up a running commentary on the persons behaviour or thoughts. The next
edition of the DSM is not due until the year 2010.
In place of a process of a labelling which brought alienation and often detention, sectioning, and mind altering
anti-psychotic medication, many psychoanalysts and psychotherapists felt that even in severe cases of schizoid
withdrawal we were not necessarily wasting our time in attempting to restore health by the difficult work of
unravelling experiences in order to make sense of an illness. In this way, psychoanalysis has been, in its most
radical form, a critic of a society, which failed to exercise imaginative empathy when passing judgement on people.
The work of Harry Stack Sullivan, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, Harold Searles or R.D. Laing - all trained as
psychiatrists and all of them rebels against the standard procedures provided a way of working with people very
different from the psychiatric model, which seemed to encourage a society to repress its sickness by making a
clearly split off group the carriers of it. A psychiatrist in a mental hospital once joked to me, with some truth, when
I commented on the number of carrier bags carried by many of the medicated patients around the hospital grounds,
that they assessed the progress of the patient in terms of the reduction of the number of carrier bags. It is too often
difficult to believe, however, when hearing the history of a life, that the schizophrenic was not suffering the effects
of having been made, consciously and unconsciously, the carefully concealed carrier of the ills of the family.
For someone who felt his mind was going to pieces, to be put into the stressful situation of the psychiatric
examination, even when the psychiatrist acquitted himself with kindness, the situation of the assessment procedure
itself, can be an effective way to drive someone crazy, or more crazy. (Laing, 1985, p 17). But if the accounting of
bizarre experiences more or less guaranteed you a new label or a trip to the psychiatric ward, there is even more
reason for a new group of people to be outraged about how their symptoms are being diagnosed. A doubly cruel
sentence is being imposed on people who are the victims of the most appalling abuse by scientific-military
experiments, and a totally uncomprehending society is indifferent to their evidence. For the development of a new
class of weaponry now has the capability of entering the brain and mind and body of another person by
technological means.
Harnessing neuroscience to military capability, this technology is the result of decades of research and
experimentation, most particularly in the Soviet Union and the United States. (Welsh, 1997, 2000) We have failed
to comprehend that the result of the technology that originated in the years of the arms race between the Soviet
Union and the West, has resulted in using satellite technology not only for surveillance and communication systems
but also to lock on to human beings, manipulating brain frequencies by directing laser beams, neural-particle
beams, electro-magnetic radiation, sonar waves, radiofrequency radiation (RFR), soliton waves, torsion fields and
by use of these or other energy fields which form the areas of study for astro-physics. Since the operations are
characterised by secrecy, it seems inevitable that the methods that we do know about, that is, the exploitation of
the ionosphere, our natural shield, are already outdated as we begin to grasp the implications of their use. The
patents deriving from Bernard J. Eastlunds work provide the ability to put unprecedented amounts of power in the

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Earths atmosphere at strategic locations and to maintain the power injection level, particularly if random pulsing is
employed, in a manner far more precise and better controlled than accomplished by the prior art, the detonation of
nuclear devices at various yields and various altitudes. (ref High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project,
HAARP).
Some patents, now owned by Raytheon, describe how to make nuclear sized explosions without radiation and
describe power beam systems, electromagnetic pulses and over-the-horizon detection systems. A more disturbing
use is the system developed for manipulating and disturbing the human mental process using pulsed radio
frequency radiation (RFR), and their use as a device for causing negative effects on human health and thinking. The
victim, the innocent civilian target is locked on to, and unable to evade the menace by moving around. The beam is
administered from space. The Haarp facility as military technology could be used to broadcast global mind-control,
as a system for manipulating and disturbing the human mental process using pulsed radio frequency (RFR). The
super-powerful radio waves are beamed to the ionosphere, heating those areas, thereby lifting them. The
electromagnetic waves bounce back to the earth and penetrate human tissue.
Dr Igor Smirnov, of the Institute of Psycho-Correction in Moscow, says: It is easily conceivable that some Russian
Satan, or lets say Iranian or any other Satan, as long as he owns the appropriate means and finances, can
inject himself into every conceivable computer network, into every conceivable radio or television broadcast, with
relative technological ease, even without disconnecting cablesand intercept the radio waves in the ether and
modulate every conceivable suggestion into it. This is why such technology is rightfully feared.(German TV
documentary, 1998).
If we were concerned before about diagnostic criteria being imposed according to the classification of recognizable
symptoms, we have reason now to submit them to even harsher scrutiny. The development over the last decades
since the Cold War arms race has included as a major strategic category, psycho-electronic weaponry, the ultimate
aim of which is to enter the brain and mind. Unannounced, undebated and largely unacknowledged by scientists or
by the governments who employ them technology to enter and control minds from a distance has been unleashed
upon us. The only witnesses who are speaking about this terrible technology with its appalling implications for the
future, are the victims themselves and those who are given the task of diagnosing mental illness are attempting to
silence them by classifying their evidence and accounts as the symptoms of schizophrenia, while the dispensers of
psychic mutilation and programmed pain continue with their work, aided and unopposed.
If it was always crucial, under the threat of psychiatric sectioning, to carefully screen out any sign of confused
speech, negativity, coldness, suspicion, bizarre thoughts, sixth sense, telepathy, premonitions, but above all the
sense that others can feel my feelings, and that someone seemed to be keeping up a running commentary on your
thoughts and behaviour, then reporting these to a psychiatrist, or anyone else for that matter who was not of a
mind to believe that such things as mind-control could exist, would be the end of your claim to sanity and probably
your freedom. For one of the salient characteristics of mind-control is the running commentary, which replicates so
exactly, and surely not without design, the symptoms of schizophrenia. Part of the effort is to remind the victim that
they are constantly under control or surveillance. Programmes vary, but common forms of reminders are electronic
prods and nudges, body noises, twinges and cramps to all parts of the body, increasing heart beats, applying
pressures to internal organs all with a personally codified system of comments on thoughts and events, designed
to create stress, panic and desperation. This is mind control at its most benign. There is reason to fear the use of
beamed energy to deliver lethal assaults on humans, including cardiac arrest, and bleeding in the brain.
It is the government system of secrecy, which has facilitated this appalling prospect. There have been warning
voices. the government secrecy system as a whole is among the most poisonous legacies of the Cold War the
Cold War secrecy (which) also mandate(s) Active Deceptiona security manual for special access programs
authorizing contractors to employ cover stories to disguise their activities. The only condition is that cover stories
must be believable. (Aftergood & Rosenberg, 1994; Bulletin of Atomic Scientist). Paranoia has been aided and
abetted by government intelligence agencies.
In the United Kingdom the fortifications against any disturbing glimmer of awareness of such actual or potential
outrages against human rights and social and political abuses seem to be cast in concrete. Complete with
crenellations, ramparts and parapets, the stronghold of nescience reigns supreme. To borrow Her Majesty the
Queens recent observation: There are forces at work of which we are not aware. One cannot say that there is no
British Intelligence on the matter, as it is quite unfeasible that the existence of the technology is not classified
information. Indeed it is a widely held belief that the women protesting against the presence of cruise missiles at
Greenham Common were victims of electro-magnetic radiation at gigahertz frequency by directed energy weapons,
and that their symptoms, including cancer, were consistent with such radiation effects as reported by Dr Robert
Becker who has been a constantly warning voice against the perils of electro-magnetic radiation. The work of Allen
Frey suggests that we should consider radiation effects as a grave hazard producing increased permeability of the
blood-brain barrier, and weakening crucial defenses of the central nervous system against toxins. (Becker, 1985, p.
286). Dr Becker has written about nuclear magnetic resonance as a familiar tool in medecine known as magnetic
resonance imaging or MRI. Calcium efflux is the result of cyclotronic resonance which latter can be explained thus:
If a charged particle or ion is exposed to a steady magnetic field in space, it will begin to go into a circular or orbital,
motion at right angles to the applied magnetic field.The speed with which it orbits will be determined by the ratio
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The implications of this for wide scale aggression by using a combination of radar based energy and the use of
nuclear resonating are beyond the scope of the writer, but appear to be worth the very serious consideration of
physicists in assessing how they might be used against human beings.
Amongst medical circles, however, it has so far not been possible for the writer to find a neuroscientist, neurologist
or a psychiatrist, nor for that matter, a general medical practitioner, who acknowledges even the potential for
technological manipulation of the nervous system as a problem requiring their professional interest. There has been
exactly this response from some of Englands most eminent practitioners of the legal profession, not surprisingly,
because the information about such technology is not made available to them. They would refer anyone attempting
to communicate mind- harassment as a psychiatric problem, ignoring the crime that is being committed.
The aim here is not to attempt a comprehensive history and development of the technology of mind control. These
very considerable tasks - which have to be done under circumstances of the most extreme difficulty - have been
addressed with clarity and courage by others, who live with constant harm and threats, not least of all
contemptuous labelling. Their work can be readily accessed on the internet references given at the end of this
paper. For a well-researched outline of the historical development of electro-magnetic technology the reader should
refer to the timeline of dates and electromagnetic weapon development by Cheryl Welsh, president of Citizens
against Human Rights Abuse. (Welsh 1997; 2001). There are at least one and a half thousand people worldwide who
state they are being targeted. Mojmir Babacek, now domiciled in his native Czech Republic, after eight years of
residence in the United States in the eighties, has made a painstakingly meticulous review of the technology, and
continues his research. (Babacek 1998, 2002)
We are concerned here with reinforcing in the strongest possible terms:
i) The need for such abuses to human rights and the threats to democracy to be called to consciousness, and without
further delay.
ii) To analyse the reasons why people might defend themselves from becoming conscious of the existence of such
threats.
iii) To address the urgent need for intelligence, imagination, and information - not to mention compassion - in
dealing with the victims of persecution from this technology, and
iv) To alert a sleeping society, to the imminent threats to their freedom from the threat from fascist and covert
operations who have in all probability gained control of potentially lethal weaponry of the type we are describing.
It is necessary to emphasise that at present there is not even the means for victims to gain medical attention for
the effects of radiation from this targeting. Denied the respect of credulity of being used as human guinea pigs,
driven to suicide by the breakdown of their lives, they are treated as insane at best regarded as sad cases.
Since the presence of a permanent other in ones mind and body is by definition an act of the most intolerable
cruelty, people who are forced to bear it but who refuse to be broken by it, have no other option than to turn
themselves into activists, their lives consumed by the battle against such atrocities, their energies directed to
alerting and informing the public of things they dont want to hear or understand about evil forces at work in their
society.
It is necessary, at this point, to briefly outline a few one might say the precious few attempts by public servants
to verify the existence and dangers inherent in this field:
In January 1998, an annual public meeting of the French National Bioethics Committee was held in Paris. Its
chairman, Jean-Pierre Changeux, a neuroscientist at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, told the meeting that
advances in cerebral imaging make the scope for invasion of privacy immense. Although the equipment
needed is still highly specialized, it will become commonplace and capable of being used at a distance. That
will open the way for abuses such as invasion of personal liberty, control of behaviour and brainwashing.
These are far from being science-fiction concernsand constitute a serious risk to society. (Nature. Vol
391, 1998.
In January 1999, the European Parliament passed a resolution where it calls for an international convention
introducing a global ban on all development and deployment of weapons which might enable any form of
manipulation of human beings. It is our conviction that this ban can not be implemented without the global
pressure of the informed general public on the governments. Our major objective is to get across to the
general public the real threat which these weapons represent for human rights and democracy and to apply
pressure on the governments and parliaments around the world to enact legislature which would prohibit the
use of these devices to both government and private organisations as well as individuals. (Plenary
sessions/Europarliament, 1999)
In October 2001, Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich introduced a bill to the House of Representatives which, it
was hoped would be extremely important in the fight to expose and stop psycho-electronic mind control
experimentation on involuntary, non-consensual citizens. The Bill was referred to the Committee on Science,
and in addition to the Committee on Armed Services and International Relations. In the original bill a ban
was sought on exotic weapons including electronic, psychotronic or information weapons, chemtrails,

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particle beams, plasmas, electromagnetic radiation, extremely low frequency (ELF) or ultra low frequency
(ULF) energy radiation, or mind control technologies. Despite the inclusion of a prohibition of the basing of
weapons in space, and the use of weapons to destroy objects or damage objects in space, there is no
mention in the revised bill of any of the aforementioned mind-invasive weaponry, nor of the use of satellite
or radar or other energy based technology for deploying or developing technology designed for deployment
against the minds of human beings. (Space Preservation Act, 2002)
In reviewing the development of the art of mind-invasive technology there are a few outstanding achievements to
note:
In 1969 Dr Jose Delgado, a Yale psychologist, published a book: Physical Control of the Mind: Towards a
Psychocivilized Society. In essence, he displayed in practical demonstrations how, by means of electrical
stimulation of the brain which had been mapped out in its relations between different points and activities, functions
and sensations, - by means of electrical stimulation, how the rhythm of breathing and heartbeat could be
changed, as well as the function of most of the viscera, and gall bladder secretion. Frowning, opening and closing
of eyes and mouth, chewing, yawning, sleep, dizziness, epileptic seizures in healthy persons were induced. The
intensity of feelings could be controlled by turning the knob, which controlled the intensity of the electric current. He
states at the end of his book the hope that the new power will remain limited to scientists or some charitable elite
for the benefit of a psychocivilized society.
In the 1980s the neuromagnetometer was developed which functions as an antenna and could monitor the
patterns emerging from the brain. (In the seventies the scientists had discovered that electromagnetic pulses
enabled the brain to be stimulated through the skull and other tissues, so there was no more need to implant
electrodes in the brain). The antenna, combined with the computer, could localize the points in the brain where the
brain events occur. The whole product is called the magnetoencephalograph.
In January 2000 the Lockheed Martin neuroengineer Dr John D. Norseen, was quoted (US News and World Report,
2000) as hoping to turn the electrohypnomentalaphone, a mind reading machine, into science fact. Dr Norseen,
a former Navy pilot, claims his interest in the brain stemmed from reading a Soviet book in the 1980s claiming that
research on the mind would revolutionize the military and society at large. By a process of deciphering the brains
electrical activity, electromagnetic pulsations would trigger the release of the brains own transmitters to fight off
disease, enhance learning, or alter the minds visual images, creating a synthetic reality. By this process of
BioFusion, (Lockheed Martin, 2000) information is placed in a database, and a composite model of the brain is
created. By viewing a brain scan recorded by (functional) magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine, scientists
can tell what the person was doing at the time of recording say reading or writing, or recognise emotions from
love to hate. If this research pans out, says Norseen, you can begin to manipulate what someone is thinking even
before they know it. But Norseen says he is agnostic on the moral ramifications, that hes not a mad scientist
just a dedicated one. The ethics dont concern me, he says, but they should concern someone else.
The next big thing looks like being something which we might refer to as a neurocomputer but it need not
resemble a laptop it may be reducible to whatever size is convenient for use, such as a small mobile phone.
Arising from a break-through and exploitation of PSI-phenomena, it may be modelled on the nervous-psychic
activity of the brain that is, as an unbalanced, unstable system of neurotransmitters and interacting neurones, the
work having been derived from the creation of a copy of a living brain accessed by chance, and ESP and worked
on by design.
On receiving a communication from the writer on the feasibility of a machine being on the horizon which, based on
the project of collecting electromagnetic waves emanating from the brain and transmitting them into another brain
that would read a persons thoughts, or using the same procedure in order to impose somebody elses thoughts on
another brain and in this way direct his actions there was an unequivocal answer from IBM at executive level that
there was no existing technology to create such a computer in the foreseeable future. This is at some variance with
the locating of a patent numbered 03951134 on the Internet pages of IBM Intellectual Property Network for a
device, described in the patent, as capable of picking up at a distance the brain waves of a person, process them by
computer and emit correcting waves which will change the original brain waves. Similar letters addressed to each of
the four top executives of Apple Inc., in four individual letters marked for their personal attention, produced
absolutely no response. This included the ex- Vice President of the United States, Mr Al Gore, newly elected to the
Board of Directors of Apple.
Enough people have been sufficiently concerned by the reports of victims of mind control abuse to organise The
Geneva Forum, in 2002, held as a joint initiative of the Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva; the United Nations
Institute for Disarmament Research; the International Committee of the Red cross, and the Human Rights Watch
(USA), and Citizens against Human Rights Abuses (CAHRA); and the Programme for Strategic and International
Security Studies, which was represented by the Professor and Senior Lecturer from the Department of Peace
Studies at the University of Bradford.
In England, on May 25, 1995, the Guardian newspaper in the U.K. carried an article based on a report by Nic Lewer,
the peace researcher from Bradford University, which listed more than 30 different lines of research into new age
weaponssome of the research sounds even less rational. There are, according to Lewer, plans for pulsed

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microwave beams to destroy enemy electronics, and separate plans for very-low-frequency sound beams to induce
vomiting, bowel spasm, epileptic seizures and also crumble masonry. Further, the article states, There are plans
for mind control with the use of 'psycho-correction messages transmitted by subliminal audio and visual stimuli.
There is also a plan for psychotronic weapons apparently the projection of consciousness to other locations and
another to use holographic projection to disseminate propaganda and misinformation. (Welsh, Timeline). Apart
from this notable exception it is difficult to locate any public statement of the problem in the United Kingdom.
Unfortunately, the problem of credulity does not necessarily cease with frequent mention, as in the United States, in
spite of the number of reported cases, there is still not sufficient public will to make strenuous protest against what
is not only already happening, but against what will develop if left unchecked. It appears that the administration
believes that it is necessary and justifiable, in the interests of national security, to make experimental human
sacrifices, to have regrettable casualties, for there to be collateral damage, to suffer losses in place of strife or war.
This is, of course, totally incompatible with any claims to be a democratic nation which respects the values of human
life and democracy, and such an administration which tutors its servants in the ways of such barbaric tortures must
be completely condemned as uncivilised and hypocritical.
Disbelief as a Defence Mechanism
In the face of widespread disbelief about mind-control, it seems worth analysing the basis of the mechanisms
employed to maintain disbelief:
i) In the sixties, Soviet dissidents received a significant measure of sympathy and indignant protest from western
democracies on account of their treatment, most notedly the abuse of psychiatric methods of torture to which they
were subjected. It is noteworthy that we seem to be able to access credulity, express feelings of indignant support
when we can identify with victims, who share and support our own value system, and who, in this particular
historical case, reinforced our own values, since they were protesting against a political system which also
threatened us at that time. Psychologically, it is equally important to observe that support from a safe distance, and
the benefits to the psyche of attacking a split-off bad father, the soviet authorities in this case, presents no threat
to ones internal system; indeed it relieves internal pressures. On the other hand, recognizing and denouncing a
similar offence makes very much greater psychic demands of us when it brings us into conflict with our own
environment, our own security, our own reality. The defence against disillusion serves to suppress paranoia that
our father figure, the president, the prime minister, our governments - might not be what they would like to be
seen to be.
ii) The need to deposit destructive envy and bad feelings elsewhere, on account of the inability of the ego to
acknowledge ownership of them - reinforces the usefulness of persons or groups, which will serve to contain those,
disowned, projected feelings which arouse paranoid anxieties. The concepts of mind-invasion strike at the very
heart of paranoid anxiety, causing considerable efforts to dislodge them from the psyche. The unconscious
identification of madness with dirt or excrement is an important aspect of anal aggression, triggering projective
identification as a defence.
iii) To lay oneself open to believing that a person is undergoing the experience of being invaded mentally and
physically by an unseen manipulator requires very great efforts in the self to manage dread.
iv) The defence against the unknown finds expression in the split between theory and practice; between the scientist
as innovator and the society who can make the moral decisions about his inventions; between fact and science
fiction, the latter of which can present preposterous challenges to the imagination without undue threat, because it
serves to reinforce a separation from the real.
v) Identification with the aggressor. Sadistic fantasies, unconscious and conscious, being transferred on to the
aggressor and identified with, aid the repression of fear of passivity, or a dread of punishment. This mechanism acts
to deny credulity to the victim who represents weakness. This is a common feature of satanic sects.
vi) The liberal humanist tradition which denies the worst destructive capacities of man in the effort to sustain the
belief in the great continuity of cultural and scientific tradition; the fear, in ones own past development, of not being
ongoing, can produce the psychic effect of reversal into the opposite to shield against aggressive feelings. This
becomes then the exaggerated celebration of the new as the affirmation of human genius which will ultimately be
for the good of mankind, and which opposes warning voices about scientific advances as being pessimistic,
unenlightened, unprogressive and Luddite. Strict adherence to this liberal position can act as overcompensation for
a fear of envious spoiling of good possessions, i.e. cultural and intellectual goods.
vii) Denial by displacement is also employed to ignore the harmful aspects of technology. What may be harmful for
the freedom and good of society can be masked and concealed by the distribution of new and entertaining novelties.
The technology, which puts a camera down your gut for medical purposes, is also used to limit your freedom by
surveillance. The purveyors of innovative technology come up with all sorts of new gadgets, which divert, entertain
and feed the acquisitive needs of insatiable shoppers, and bolster the economy. The theme of Everythings up to
date in Kansas City only takes on a downside when individual experience exploding breast implants, say takes

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the gilt off the gingerbread. Out of every innovation for evil (i.e. designed for harming and destroying) some good
(i.e. public diversion or entertainment) can be promoted for profit or crowd-pleasing.
viii) Nasa is sending a spacecraft to Mars, or so we are told. They plan to trundle across the Martian surface
searching for signs of water and life. We do not hear dissenting voices about its feasibility.
Why is it that, when a person accounts that their mind is being disrupted and they are being persecuted by an
unseen method of invasive technology, that we cannot bring ourselves to believe them? Could it be that the horror
involved in the empathic identification required brings the shutters down? Conversely, the shared experience of the
blasting of objects into space brings with it the possibilities of shared potency or the relief that resonates in the
unconscious of a massive projection or evacuation a shared experience which is blessed in the name of mans
scientific genius.
ix) The desire not to be taken in, not to be taken for a fool, provides one of the most powerful and common
defence mechanism against credulity.
Power, Paranoia and Unhealthy Governments
The ability to be the bearer and container of great power without succumbing to the pressures of latent narcissistic
psychoses is an important matter too little considered. The effect of holding power and the expectation and the need
to be seen as capable of sustaining it, if not exercising it, encourages omnipotence of thought. In the wake of this, a
narcissistic overevaluation of the subjects own mental processes may set in. In the effort to hold himself together
as the possessor, container and executor of power, he (or indeed, she) may also, undergo a process of splitting
which allows him, along with others, to bear enthralled witness of himself in this illustrious role. This may mean that
the seat of authority is vacated, at least at times. The splitting process between the experiencing ego and the
perceiving ego allows the powerful leader to alternate his perception of himself inside and outside, sometimes
beside, himself. With the reinforcement of himself from others as his own narcissistic object, reality testing is
constrained. In this last respect, he has much in common with the other powerful figure of the age, the movie star.
or by those, in Freuds words, who are ruined by success.
In a world, which is facing increasing disillusion about the gulf between the public platforms on which governments
are elected, and the contingencies and pragmatics of retaining defence strategies and economic investments, the
role of military and intelligence departments, with their respective tools of domination and covert infiltration, is
increasingly alarming. Unaccountable to the public, protected from exposure and prosecution by their immunity,
licensed to lie as well as to kill, it is in the hands of these agents that very grave threats to human rights and
freedom lies. Empowered to carry out aggression through classified weapon experimentation which is undetectable,
these men and women are also open to corruption from lucrative offers of financial reward from powerful and
sinister groups who can utilize their skills, privileged knowledge and expertise for frankly criminal and fascist
purposes.
Our information about the psychological profiles of those who are employed to practice surveillance on others is
limited, but it is not difficult to imagine the effects on the personality that would ensue with the persistent practice of
such an occupation, so constantly exposed to the perversions. One gains little snatches of insight here and there. In
his book on CIA mind control research (Marks, 1988), John Marks quotes a CIA colleagues joke (always revealing
for personality characteristics): If you could find the natural radio frequency of a persons sphincter, you could
make him run out of the room real fast. (One wonders if the same amusement is derived from the ability to apply,
say infra-sound above 130 decibels, which is said to cause stoppage of the heart, according to one victim/activist
from his readings of a report for the Russian Parliament.)
Left to themselves, these servants of the state may well feel exempt from the process of moral self-scrutiny, but
the work must be dehumanising for the predator as well as the prey. It is probably true that the need to control
their agents in the field was an incentive to develop the methods in use today. It is also an effectively brutalising
training for persecuting others. Meanwhile the object, the prey, in a bid for not only for survival but also in a
desperate effort to warn his or her fellows about what is going on, attempts to turn himself into a quantum
physicist, a political researcher, a legal sleuth, an activist, a neurologist, a psychologist, a physiologist his own
doctor, since he cannot know what effects this freakish treatment might have on his body, let alone his mind. There
are always new methods to try out which might prove useful in the search to find ways of disabling and destroying
opponents air injected into brains and lungs, lasers to strike down or blind, particle beams, sonar waves, or
whatever combination of energies to direct, or destabilise or control.
Science and Scepticism
Scientists can be bought, not just by governments, but also by sinister and secret societies. Universities can be
funded by governments to develop technology for unacceptably inhumane uses. The same people who deliver the
weapons - perhaps respected scientists and academics - may cite the acceptable side of scientific discoveries, which
have been developed by experimenting on unacknowledged, unfortunate people. In a cleaned up form, they are
then possibly celebrated as a break-through in the understanding of the natural laws of the universe. It is not
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different hat, to receive his (or her) Nobel Prize. There are scientists who have refused to continue to do work when
they were approached by CIA and Soviet representatives. These are the real heroes of science.
In the power struggle, much lies at stake in being the first to gain control of ultimate mind-reading and
mind-controlling technology. Like the nuclear bomb, common ownership would seem by any sane calculations to
cancel out the advantage of possession, but there is always a race to be the first to possess the latest ultimate
means of mass destruction. The most desirable form is one that can be directed at others without contaminating
oneself in the process - one that can be undetected and neatly, economically and strategically delivered. We should
be foolish to rule out secret organisations, seeing threat only from undemocratic countries and known terrorist
groups.
As consumers in a world which is increasingly one in which shopping is the main leisure activity, we should concern
ourselves to becoming alert to the ways in which human welfare may have been sacrificed to produce an awesome
new gadget. It may be the cause for celebration for the innovator, but brought about as the result of plugging in or
dialling up the living neuronal processes of an enforced experimentee. If we are concerned not to eat boiled eggs
laid by battery hens, we might not regard it morally irrelevant to scrutinise the large corporations producing
electronically innovative software. We might also be wary about the origins of the sort of bland enticements of
dating agencies who propose finding your ideal partner by matching up brain frequencies and bio-rhythms.
We do not know enough about the background of such technology, nor how to evaluate it ethically. We do not know
about its effects on the future, because we are not properly informed. If governments persist in concealing the
extent of their weapon capability in the interests of defence, they are also leaving their citizens disempowered of
the right to protest against their deployment. More alarmingly, they are leaving their citizens exposed to their
deployment by ruthless organisations whose concerns are exactly the opposite of democracy and human rights.
Back in the United Kingdom
Meanwhile, back in England, the Director of the Oxford Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Professor Colin
Blakemore, also the elective Chief Executive of the Medical Research Council writes to the author that he ... knows
of no technology (not even in the wildest speculations of neuroscientists) for scanning and collecting neuronal data
at a distance. (Blakemore, 2003, ) This certitude is at distinct variance with the fears of other scientists in Russia
and the United States, and not least of all with the fears of the French neuroscientist, Jean-Pierre Changeux of the
French National Bioethics Committee already quoted (see page 5). It is also very much at odds with the writing of
Dr Michael Persinger from the Behavioural Neuroscience Laboratory at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario,
Canada. His article On the Possibility of Directly Accessing Every Human Brain by Electromagnetic Induction of
Algorithms (1995), he describes the ways that individual differences among human brains can be overcome and
comes to a conclusion about the technological possibilities of influencing a major part of the approximately six billion
people on this planet without mediation through classical sensory modalities but by generating electromagnetic
induction of fundamental algorithms in the atmosphere. Dr Persingers work is referred to by Captain John Tyler
whose work for the American Air Force and Aerospace programmes likens the human nervous system to a radio
receiver. (1990)
Very recently the leading weekly cultural BBC radio review had as one of its guests, the eminent astro-physicist and
astronomer royal, Sir Martin Rees, who has recently published a book, Our Final Century, in which he makes a
sober and reasoned case for the fifty-fifty chance that millions of people, probably in a third-world country could be
wiped out in the near future through biotechnology and bio-terrorism by error or malign release. He spoke of
this devastation as possibly coming from small groups or cults, based in the United States. few individuals with
the right technology to cause absolute mayhem. He also said that in this century, human nature is no longer a
fixed commodity, that perhaps we should contemplate the possibility that humans would even have implants in the
brain.
The other guests on this programme were both concerned with Shakespeare, one a theatre producer and the other
a writer on Shakespeare, while his remaining guest was a young woman who had a website called Spiked, the
current theme of which was Panic Attack, that is to say, Attack on Panic. This guest vigorously opposed what she felt
was the pessimism of Sir Martin, regarding his ideas as essentially eroding trust, and inducing panic. This reaction
seems to typify one way of dealing with threat and anxiety, and demonstrates the difficulty that a warning voice,
even from a man of the academic distinction of Martin Rees, has in alerting people to that which they do not want
to hear. This flight reaction was reinforced by the presenter who summed up the mornings discussion at the end of
the programme with the words: We have a moral! Less panic, more Shakespeare!
The New Barbarism
Since access to a mind-reading machine will enable the operator to access the ideas of another person, we should
prepare ourselves for a new world order in which ideas will be, as it were, up for grabs. We need not doubt that the
contents of anothers mind will be scooped up, scooped out, sorted through as if the event was a jumble sale. The
legal profession would therefore be well advised to consider the laws on Intellectual Property very judiciously in
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recognizing our work coming out of the mouth of another. The prospect of wide-scale fraud, and someone posturing
in your stolen clothes will not be a pretty sight. The term personal mind enhancement is slipping in through the
back door, to borrow a term used by the Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and it is being
done through technologically-induced mental co-ercion mind raping and looting. In place of, or in addition to,
cocaine, we may expect to see mind-enhanced performances on live television.
The brave new science of neuropsychiatry and brain mapping hopes to find very soon, with the fMRI scanner - this
brand new toy that scientists have got their hands on - the blob for love and the blob for guilt, (BBC Radio 4:
All in the Mind, 5 March, 2003). Soon we will be able to order a brain scan for anyone whose behaviour strikes us as
odd or bizarre, and the vicissitudes of a life need no longer trouble us in our diagnostic assessments. In his recent
Reith Lectures for the BBC (2003), Professor Ramachandran, the celebrated neuroscientist from the La Hoya
Institute in San Diego, California, has demonstrated for us many fascinating things that the brain can do. He has
talked to us about personality disorders and shown that some patients, who have suffered brain damage from head
injury, do not have the capacity to recognise their mothers. Others feel that they are dead. And indeed he has found
brain lesions in these people. In what seems to be an enormous but effortless leap, the self-styled kid in a candy
store is now hoping to prove that all schizophrenics, have damage to the right hemisphere of the brain, which
results in the inability to distinguish between fantasy (sic) and reality. Since Professor Ramachandran speaks of
schizophrenia in the same breath as denial of illness, or agnosia, it is not clear, and it would be interesting to know,
whether the person with the head injury has been aware or unaware of the head injury. Also does the patient derive
comfort and a better chance at reality testing when he is told of the lesion? Does he feel better when he has
received the diagnosis? And what should the psychoanalysts and the psychiatrists, - feel about all those years of
treating people of whose head injuries they were absolutely unaware? Was this gross negligence? Were we
absolutely deluded in perceiving recovery in a sizeable number of them?
It is, however, lamentable that a neuroscientist with a professed interest in understanding schizophrenia should
seek to provide light relief to his audience by making jokes about schizophrenics being people who are convinced
that the CIA has implanted devices in their brain to control their thoughts and actions, or that aliens are controlling
them. (Reith Lecture, No 5, 2003).
There is a new desire for concretisation. The search for meaning has been replaced by the need for hard proof. If
it doesnt light up or add up it doesnt have validity. The physician of the mind has become a surgeon. He found a
lump as big as a grapefruit!
Facing up to the Dread and Fear of the Uncanny
Freud believed that an exploration of the uncanny would be a major direction of exploration of the mind in this
century. The fear of the uncanny has been with us for a very long time. The evil eye, or the terrifying double, or
intruder, is a familiar theme in literature, notably of Joseph Conrad in The Secret Sharer, and Maupassants short
story, Le Horla. Freuds analysis of the uncanny led him back to the old animistic conception of the universe: it
seems as if each one of us has been through a phase of individual development corresponding to the animistic phase
in primitive men, that none of us has passed through it without preserving certain residues and traces of it which
are still capable of manifesting themselves, and that everything which now strikes us as uncanny fulfils the
condition of touching those residues of animistic mental activity within us and bringing them to expression. (Freud:
1919. p.362)
The separation of birth, and the childhood fear of spooks in the night, also leave their traces in each and every one
of us. The individual experience of being alone in ones mind the solitary fate of man which has never been
questioned before, and upon which the whole history of civilised nurture is based - is now assaulted head-on. Since
growing up is largely synonymous with acceptance of ones aloneness, the effort to assuage it is the basis for
compassion and protection of others; it is the matrix for the greatest good, that of ordinary human kindness, and is
at the heart of the communicating power of great art. Even if we must all live and die alone, we can at least share
this knowledge in acts of tenderness which atone for our lonely state. In times of loss and mental breakdown, the
starkness of this aloneness is all too clear. The best of social and group constructiveness is an effort to allay the
psychotic anxieties that lie at the base of every one of us, and which may be provoked under extreme enough
conditions.
The calculated and technological entry into another persons mind is an act of monumental barbarism which
obliterates perhaps with the twiddling of a dial the history and civilisation of mans mental development. It is
more than an abuse of human rights, it is the destruction of meaning. For any one who is forced into the hell of
living with an unseen mental rapist, the effort to stay sane is beyond the scope of tolerable endurance. The
imaginative capacity of the ordinary mind cannot encompass the horror of it. We have attempted to come to terms
with the experiments of the Nazis in concentration camps. We now have the prospect of systematic control
authorised by men who issue instructions through satellite communications for the destruction of societies while
they are driving new Jaguars and Mercedes, and going to the opera.
This is essentially about humiliation, and disempowerment. It is a manifestation of rage acted out by those who fear
impotence with such dread, that their whole effort is directed into the emasculation and destruction of the terrifying
rival of their unconscious fantasies. In this apocalypse of the mind the punitive figure wells up as if out of the bowels
of the opera stage, and this phantasmagoria is acted out on a global scale. These men may be mad enough to

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believe they are creating a psychocivilised world order. For anyone who has studied damaged children, it is more
resonant of the re-enactment from the unconscious, reinforced by a life devoid of the capacity for empathic
identification, of the obscenities of the abused and abusing child in the savage nursery. Other people -which were to
them like Action Man toys to be dismembered, or Barbie Dolls to be obscenely defiled - become as meaningless in
their humanity as pixillated dots on a screen.
Although forced entry into a mind is by definition obscene, an abbreviated assessment of the effects that
mind-invaded people describe testifies to the perverted nature of the experiments. Bizarre noises are emitted
from the body, a body known well enough by its owner to recognise the noises as extrinsic; air is pumped in and out
of orifices as if by a bicycle pump. Gradually the repertoire is augmented - twinges and spasms to the eyes, nose,
lips, strange tics, pains in the head, ringing in the ears, obstructions in the throat, pressure on the bowel and
bladder causing incontinence; tingling in the fingers, feet, pressures on the heart, on breathing, dizziness, eye
problems leading to cataracts; running eyes, running nose; speeding up of heart beats and the raising of pressure in
the heart and chest; breathing and chest complaints leading to bronchitis and deterioration of the lungs; agonizing
migraines; being woken up at night, sometimes with terrifying jolts ; insomnia; intolerable levels of stress from the
loss of ones privacy. This collection of assorted symptoms is a challenge to any medical practitioner to diagnose.
There are, more seriously, if the afore-going is characterised as non-lethal, the potential lethal effects since the
capability of ultrasound and infra-sound to cause cardiac arrest, and brain lesions, paralysis and blindness, as well
as blinding by laser beam, or inducing asphyxia by altering the frequencies which control breathing in the brain,
epileptic seizure all these and others may be at the fingertips of those who are developing them. And those who
do choose to use them may be sitting with the weapon, which resembles, say, a compact mobile telephone, on the
restaurant table next to the bottle of wine, or beside them at the swimming pool.
Finally if the victims at this point in the new history of this mind-control, cannot yet prove their abuse, it must be
asserted that, faced with the available information about technological development it is certainly not possible for
those seeking to evade such claims to disprove them. To wait until the effects become widespread will be too late.
For these and other reasons which this paper has attempted to address, we would call for an
acknowledgement of such technology at a national and international level. Politicians, scientists and
neurologists, neuroscientists, physicists and the legal profession should, without further delay, demand public
debate on the existence and deployment of psychotronic technology; and for the declassification of
information about such devices which abuse helpless people, and threaten democratic freedom.
Victims accounts of abuse should be admitted to public account, and the use of psycho-electronic weapons
should be made illegal and criminal,
The medical profession should be helped to recognise the symptoms of mind-control and psychotronic abuse,
and intelligence about their deployment should be declassified so that this abuse can be seen to be what it is,
and not interpreted automatically as an indication of mental illness.
If, in the present confusion and insecurity about the search for evidence of weapons of mass destruction, we
conclude that failure to locate them - whatever the truth of the matter encourages us to be generally complacent,
then we shall be colluding with very dark forces at work if we conclude that a course of extreme vigilance signifies
paranoia. For there may well be other weapons of mass destruction being developed and not so far from home;
weapons which, being even more difficult to locate, are developed invisibly, unobstructed, unheeded in our midst,
using human beings as test-beds. Like ESP, the methods being used on humans have not been detectable using
conventional detection equipment. It is likely that the signals being used are part of a physics not known to
scientists without the highest level of security clearance. To ignore the evidence of victims is to deny, perhaps with
catastrophic results, the only evidence which might otherwise lead the defenders of freedom to becoming alert to
the development of a fearful new methods of destruction. Manipulating terrorist groups and governments alike,
these sinister and covert forces may well be very thankful for the professional derision of the victims, and for public
ignorance.
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Welsh, Cheryl (1997): Timeline of Important Dates in the History of Electromagnetic Technology and Mind Control,
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Human Rights Abuse, CAHRA Home Page: U.S. Human Rights Abuse Report: www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~welsh
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Carole Smith is a British psychoanalyst. In recent years she has been openly critical of government use of intrusive
technology on non-consenting citizens for the development of methods of state control. Carole Smith
E-mail: rockpool@dircon.co.uk

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Re:

ALLEGATION: COINTELPRO PROGRAM WITH HARASSMENT USED TO OBSTRUCT


JUSTICE IN MY CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT PROCEEDINGS

Dear Director Comey,


It comes with great regret and frustration that I must write you this unfortunate letter,
however, I see no other way to stop these attacks against me while I attempt to litigate in
Federal, State, and Local Courts. My most recent case, US Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822.
For your information COINTELPRO is defined as this:
COINTELPRO (a portmanteau derived from COunter INTELligence PROgram) was a series of
covert, and at times illegal,[1][2] projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting and disrupting domestic political
organizations.[3]
FBI records show that COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals that the FBI
deemed subversive,[4] including anti-Vietnam War organizers, activists of the Civil Rights
Movement or Black Power movement (e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Black Panther Party),
feminist organizations, anti-colonial movements (such as Puerto Rican independence groups like
the Young Lords), and a variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left.
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover issued directives governing COINTELPRO, ordering FBI agents to
"expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, neutralize or otherwise eliminate" the activities of these
movements and especially their leaders.[5][6] Under Hoover, the agent in charge of COINTELPRO
was William C. Sullivan.[7] Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy personally authorized some of
these programs.[8] Although Kennedy only gave written approval for limited wiretapping of King's
phones "on a trial basis, for a month or so",[9] Hoover extended the clearance so his men were
"unshackled" to look for evidence in any areas of King's life they deemed worthy.[10]

Obstruction of Justice is defined as this as it relates to me and this dire situation:


(1) Whoever kills or attempts to kill another person with intent to retaliate against any person for
(A) the attendance of a witness or party at an official proceeding, or any testimony given or any
record, document, or other object produced by a witness in an official proceeding; or
(B) providing to a law enforcement officer any information relating to the commission or possible
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commission of a Federal offense or a violation of conditions of probation, supervised release,


parole, or release pending judicial proceedings.
In the article by By Rahul D. Manchanda, Esq. Dated Aug 22, 2016, The Surreptitious
Reincarnation of COINTELPRO with the COPS Gang-Stalking Program
linked here:
http://moderndiplomacy.eu/index.phpoption=com_k2&view=item&id=1686:thesurreptitious-reincarnation-of-cointelpro-with-the-cops-gang-stalkingprogram&Itemid=488
Mr. Manchanda writes,
In 1975 Senator Frank Church convened a joint senatorial/congressional inquiry
into the egregious human rights and civil liberties violations of the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), as well as the
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) against people both foreign and
domestic. Such blatant transgressions included the neutralization and
elimination of political dissidents, enemies of the state, real or imagined
threats to National Security, and anyone else on the proverbial shit list of the
Military Industrial Complex (MIC).
The Church Committee was the United States Senate Select Committee to Study
Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, a U.S. Senate committee
chaired by Senator Frank Church (D ID) in 1975. A precursor to the U.S. Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence, the committee investigated intelligence gathering for illegality
by the aforementioned agencies after certain activities had been revealed by the Watergate
affair.
Some famous examples which have since emerged include: (1) the FBI sending letters to
Martin Luther King Jr encouraging him to kill himself or else they would tell the world about
his sexual proclivities; (2) the planned or successful assassinations of foreign leaders such
as Fidel Castro, Patrice Lumumba, and countless other South American, Middle Eastern or
Asian leaders; (3) the wholesale undermining of entire foreign economies if they
democratically elected someone at odds with the elite power structure deep state of the
United States such as what occurred against Salvatore Allende of Guatemala; (4) the
possible assassination of John F Kennedy; (5) revelations of Christopher Pyle in January
1970 of the U.S. Army's spying on the civilian population; (6) the December 22, 1974 New
York Times article by Seymour Hersh detailing operations engaged in by the CIA over the
years that had been dubbed the "family jewels, involving covert action programs involving
assassination attempts against foreign leaders and covert attempts to subvert foreign
governments were reported for the first time; (7) efforts by intelligence agencies to collect
information on the political activities of US citizens; and (8) countless other examples, both
overseas and domestically.
The end result of the Church Committee Hearings was the outright banning on CIA
assassinations as well as the FBI/DOJ COINTELPRO gang-stalking programs. In 1975 and
1976, the Church Committee published fourteen reports on various U.S. intelligence
agencies' formation, operations, and the alleged abuses of law and of power that they had
committed, with recommendations for reform, some of which were later put in place.
According to attorney Brian Glick in his book War at Home, the FBI used four
main methods during COINTELPRO:
(1) Infiltration: Agents and informers did not merely spy on political activists. Their main

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purpose was to discredit and disrupt. Their very presence served to undermine trust and
scare off potential supporters. The FBI and police exploited this fear to smear genuine
activists as agents;
(2) Psychological warfare: The FBI and police used myriad "dirty tricks" to undermine
progressive movements. They planted false media stories and published bogus leaflets and
other publications in the name of targeted groups. They forged correspondence, sent
anonymous letters, and made anonymous telephone calls. They spread misinformation
about meetings and events, set up pseudo movement groups run by government agents,
and manipulated or strong armed parents, employers, landlords, school officials and others
to cause trouble for activists. They used bad jacketing to create suspicion about targeted
activists, sometimes with lethal consequences;
(3) Harassment via the legal system: The FBI and police abused the legal system to
harass dissidents and make them appear to be criminals. Officers of the law gave perjured
testimony and presented fabricated evidence as a pretext for false arrests and wrongful
imprisonment. They discriminatorily enforced tax laws and other government regulations
and used conspicuous surveillance, "investigative" interviews, and grand jury subpoenas in
an effort to intimidate activists and silence their supporters;
(4) Illegal force: The FBI conspired with local police departments to threaten dissidents;
to conduct illegal break ins in order to search dissident homes; and to commit vandalism,
assaults, beatings and assassinations. The object was to frighten or eliminate dissidents
and disrupt their movements.
Unfortunately I cannot leave my home with being stalked, harassed and threatened by
neighbors, passerby's, etc., On a daily basis I have someone, or groups of people entering my
home, vandalizing, stealing, and poisoning my food. To make matters worse, this protocol follows
me in federal, state, and local courthouses. Every electronic device that I have and use is
compromised and hacked in some fashion. Every online account is the same, and every financial
account, including checking accounts, vendor accounts, utilities, etc., contains some form of fraud
and theft by deception costing me money.

Well, the following links are my supporting evidence, and NOW I WISH YOU AND YOUR
FAMILY A VERY HAPPY AND MERRY CHRISTMAS. DON'T EVER TAKE YOUR FREEDOM FOR
GRANTED, SIR! I WISH I HAD THE FREEDOM YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ENJOYS.

STAN J. CATERBONE and CONFLICTS WITH THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION Monday November 14, 2016 https://www.scribd.com/document/331068312/Stan-J-Caterbone-andConflicts-With-the-Trump-Administration-Monday-November-14-2016

FALSE IMPRISONMENT AND ILLEGAL INTERROGATIONS by U.S. Intelligence


Agencies November 12, 2016 https://www.scribd.com/document/330869219/False-Imprisonments-andIllegal-Interrogations-by-U-S-Intelligence-Agencies-November-12-2016

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Stan J. Caterbone LOCAL, STATE, and FEDERAL COURT DOCKET SHEETS as of


November 12, 2016 - https://www.scribd.com/document/330921500/Stan-JCaterbone-Local-State-And-Federal-Court-811-Pages-Bookmarks-Docket-Sheetsas-of-November-12-2016

FEDS PROBE FULTON BANK and 3 other SUBSIDIARY BANKS of FULTON


FINANCIAL with STAN J. CATERBONE CIVIL ACTIONS and Mind Control Research
of Monday November 7, 2016 https://www.scribd.com/document/330528930/Feds-Probe-Fulton-Bank-and-3Other-Subsidiary-Banks-of-Fulton-Financial-With-Stan-J-Caterbone-Civil-Actionsand-Mind-Control-Research-of-Monday-Novem

U.S. SUPREME COURT DOCKET, U.S. SUPREME COURT PEITIION, AND Letter
REQUEST FOR COMMUTATION of the Sentence of Lisa Michell Lambert to
President Obama, November 15, 2016 https://www.scribd.com/document/331393349/Supreme-Court-of-the-UnitedStates-Case-No-16-8822-DOCKET-and-COMMUTATION-LETTER-to-OBAMA-ReCATERBONE-v-Allison-Hallet-Re-Lisa-Lambert-Habeus-Nove

Stan J. Caterbone United Nations Human Rights Council of Geneva Switzerland


Complaint and Exhibit re U.S. Sponsored Mind Control, Oct 4, 2009.pdf

https://www.scribd.com/document/291083335/Stan-J-Caterbone-United-NationsHuman-Rights-Council-of-Geneva-Switzerland-Complaint-and-Exhibit-re-U-SSponsored-Mind-Control-October-4-2009-pdf

CATERBONE v. Unted States of America, et.al., Case No. 16-cv-0414 in the United
States Disctrict Court for Eastern Pennsylvania

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Respectfully,

___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,
defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with
allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa.
(ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992).
Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law
enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We
utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some
communications are a means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact
List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up my
Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

ACTIVE COURT CASES

J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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April 20, 2016

Stan J. Caterbone/Advanced Media Group Biography


Present - Advanced Media Group, President, Owner, and Founder.
In 1987 I became a federal whistleblower for the case of local defense contractor International Signal
and Control, or ISC. ISC was a black ops program for the NSA and CIA that was convicted in 1992 for
an elaborate scheme to arm Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries with a broad array of weapons,
most notably cluster bombs. It was the third larges fraud in U.S. History at that time. I have been a
victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and direct energy weapons since 2005.
I had also been telepathic since 2005. In 2005 the U.S. Sponsored Mind Control turned into an all-out
assault of mental telepathy; synthetic telepathy; hacking of all electronic devices; vandilism and thefts
of personal property, extortions, intellectual property violations, obstruction of justice; violations of due
process; thefts and modifications of court documents; and pain and torture through the use of directed
energy devices and weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted
victim. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of the federal
action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et. al., or 05-cv-2288. This
assault began after the handlers remotely trained/sychronized Stan J. Caterbone with mental telepathy.
The main difference opposed to most other victims of this technology is that I am connected 24/7 with
the same person who declares telepathically she is a known celebrity. Over the course of 10 years I
have been telepathic with at least 20 known persons and have spent 10 years trying to validate and
confirm their identities without success. Most U.S. intelligence agencies refuse to cooperate, and the
Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's Office refuse to comment and act on the
numerous formal complaints that are filed in their respective offices. Most complaints are focused on
the routine victimization's of a targeted individual including but not limited to stalking, harassment,
threats, vandalism, thefts, extortion, burglaries, false imprisonments, fabricated mental health warrants
or involuntary commitments, pain and torture to the body, and most often the cause of obstruction of
justice is the computer hacking.
I have a very sophisticated and authentic library of evidence of the use of U.S. Sponsored Mind Control
technologies on my father and brother that dates back to the 1940's while my father was in the U.S.
Navy after he graduated with honors from Air Gunners School in Florida, including an affidavit motorized
and authenticated by my father in 1996. My brother served in the U.S. Air force and was victim to LSD
experiments of the infamous MKULTRA program in the late 1960's.
In 2015 I filed an amicus curie on behalf of Lisa Michelle Lambert who was convicted in 1992 of the
murder of Laurie Show, both of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I currently am in litigation in the U.S. Third
Circuit Court of Appeals and in February of 2016 Lisa Michelle Lambert published her book titled
Corruption in Lancaster County My Story, which is available in bookstores and on Amazon.com. I
am in frequent contact with her co-author, Dave Brown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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In 2009 I Proposed an ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS HARASSMENT BILL
to Pennsylvania House of Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and City of Lancaster
Mayor Richard Gray in 2009. The draft legislation is the work of Missouri House of Representative Jim
Guest, who has been working on helping victims of these horrendous crimes for years. The bill will
provide protections to individuals who are being harassed, stalked, harmed by surveillance, and
assaulted; as well as protections to keep individuals from becoming human research subjects, tortured,
and killed by electronic frequency devices, directed energy devices, implants, and directed energy
weapons. I again reintroduced the bill to the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 2015 and frequented
the Pennsylvania Capitol trying to find support and a sponsor; which I still do to this day.
In 2006 I began his role as an Activist Shareholder for Fulton Financial, which is listed as "FULT" on the
NASDAQ stock exchange. As a founder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., a full service financial firm,
Stan J. Caterbone has drawn upon the success in developing the strategic vision for his company and
the experience gained in directing the legal affairs and public offering efforts in dealing with Fulton
Financial. I have been in recent discussions with the Fulton Financial Board of Directors with regards to
various complaints dealing with such issues as the Resource Bank acquisition and the subprime failures.
I believe that Fulton Financial needs management to become more aggressive in it's strategic planning
and the performance it expects from it's management team in order to increase shareholder value.
Expanding the footprint of the regional bank has not yielded an increase to the bottom line that is
consistent with the expectations of shareholders. Lancaster County has seen several local banking
institutions acquired by larger regional banks, thus increasing the competition Fulton Financial will see in
it's local marketplace as well as in it's regional footprint.
In 2005 I, as a Pro Se Litigant filed several civil actions as Plaintiffs that are in current litigation in the
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Third District
Court of Appeals, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court, the
Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, The Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
These litigations include violations of intellectual property rights, anti-trust violations, and interference
of contracts relating to several business interests. Central to this litigation is the Digital Movie, Digital
Technologies, Financial Management Group, Ltd,/FMG Advisory, Ltd., and its affiliated businesses along
with a Federal False Claims Act or Federal Whistleblowers Act regarding the firm of International Signal
and Control, Plc., (ISC) the $1Billion Dollar Fraud and the Export violations of selling arms to South
Africa and Iraq. This litigation dates back to 1987. Stan J. Caterbone was a shareholder of ISC, and was
solicited by ISC executives for professional services. The Federal False Claims Act is currently part of
RICO Civil Complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the
Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as docket no. 05-2288.
In 2005 Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common Pleas of
Lancaster County against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn for their attempts to withhold the
Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center & Marriot. We also
proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel Brunswick and Lancaster
Square to all of the major stakeholders. The Lancaster County Convention Center is finally under
construction with a March 2009 Opening date.
In 2005 I was selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City after submission of
an essay with and application. I received the invitation from Bruce R. Lindsey, Chief Executive Officer of
the William J. Clinton Foundation.
In 2005 I began our philanthropic endeavors by spending our energies and working with such
organizations as; ONE.org, Livestrong.org, WoundedWarriors.org, The Clinton Global Initiative,
Lancaster Convention Center Authority, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Toms Project Hope, People to
People International, GlobalWarming.org, Contact Lancaster/24 Hour Suicide Hotline, Schreiber Pediatric
Center, and numerous others.

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In 2004 I embarked on our past endeavors in the music and entertainment industries with an emphasis
on assisting for the fair and equitable distribution of artists rights and royalties in the fight against
electronic piracy. We have attempted to assist in developing new business models to address the
convergence of physical and electronic mediums; as it displaces royalties and revenues for those
creating, promoting, and delivering a range of entertainment content via wireless networks.
In 2000 to 2002 I developed an array of marketing and communication tools for wholesalers of the
AIM Investment Group and managed several communication programs for several of the company
wholesalers throughout the United States and Costa Rica. We also began a Day Trading project that
lasted until 2004 with success.
In 1999 I developed a comprehensive business plan to develop the former Sprecher Brewery, known as
the Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan was developed in
conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan for the Revitalization of Downtown
Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the former Watt & Shand building.
In 1999 I contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of strategies to counter the effects
of the global Y2K threat to the worlds computer technologies. I attended the U.S. Sponsored Y2K
symposium and Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Senate Y2K Subcommittee and Senator
William Bennett.
In 1998 I had began to administer the charity giving of Toms Project Hope, a non-profit organization
promoting education and awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. We had provided funding
for the Mental Health Alliance of Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The 24/7 Suicide Prevention
Hotline), The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable organizations and faith based charities.
The video "Numbers Don't Lie" have been distributed to schools, non profit organizations, faith based
initiatives, and municipalities to provide educational support for the prevention of suicide and to bring
awareness to mental illness problems.
In 1996 I had done consulting for companies under KAL, Inc., during the time that I was controller of
Pflumm Contractors, Inc., I was retained by Gallo Rosso Restaurant and Bar to computerized their
accounting and records management from top to bottom. I had also provided consulting for the
computerization of accounting and payroll for Lancaster Container, Inc., of Washington Boro. I was
retained to evaluate and develop an action plan to migrate the Informations Technologies of the Jay
Group, formally of Ronks, PA, now relocated to a new $26 Million Dollar headquarters located in West
Hempfield Township of Lancaster County. The Jay Group had been using IBM mainframe technologies
hosted by the AS 400 computer and server. I was consulting on the merits of migrating to a PC based
real time networking system throughout the entire organization. Currently the Jay Group employees
some 500 employees with revenues in excess of $50 Million Dollars per year.
In 1993 I was retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for saving the
company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid contracts, the company was
facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We were responsible for
implementing computerized accounting, accounting and contract policies and procedures, human
resource policies and procedures, marketing strategies, performance measurement reporting, and
negotiate for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company was especially problematic, since
it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public contracts. The Bank of Lancaster County
demanded a complete accounting of the operations in order to stave off a default on the notes and loans
it was holding. We essentially revamped the entire operation. Within 3 years, the company realized an
increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its previous years, and record revenues.

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In 1991 I was elected to People to People International and the Citizen Ambassador Program, which
was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program was founded to To give
specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to work together and effectively
communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-face scientific, technical,
and professional exchanges throughout the world. In 1961, under President John F. Kennedy, the State
Department established a non-profit private foundation to administer the program. We were scheduled
to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to discuss printing and publishing technologies with
scientists and technicians around the world.
In 1990 I had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the governments technology think
tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). I co-authored the article Escaping the Unix
Tar Pit with a scientist from NIST that was published in the magazine DISC, then one of the leading
publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call centers deploy that technology whenever you
call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in all types of applications involving
telecommunications.
In 1989 I had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S. domestic
companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business with commercial
companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign companies. I performed services
and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National Institution of Standards & Technology
(NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the
Defense Mapping Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA), IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore
Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of others. I also was working with R.R,
Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various interactive mapping technologies, which is now a
major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the premier provider of mapping software and applications for
the internet and is often used in delivering maps and directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had
arranged for High Industries to sell American Helix, the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly.
We had brokered a deal and the executives from Donnellys Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster to
discuss the deal and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility located in the Greenfield
Industrial Park.
In 1987 Power Station Studios of New York and Tony Bongiovi retained me as executive producer
of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be delivered in a digital format; the
first of its kind. We had originated the marketing for the technology, and created the concept for the
Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which would follow the copyright and marketing formula
of the DOLBY technology trademark.
We had also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and
commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the recording industry
featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of Philadelphia was the lead
patent law firm that We had retained for the project. Power Station Studios was the brainchild of Tony
Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by Motown when he was 15. Tony and Power Station
Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the country, and were responsible for developing Bon
Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients included; Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper,
Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones, Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station
Studios had produced the original Sound Track for the original Star Wars motion picture. It was
released for distribution and was the number one Sound Track recording of its time.
Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and researching different aerospace technologies. * We had
developed and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with us in delivering the Digital
Movie and its related technologies to the marketplace. The venture was to include the commercialization
of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for the recording industry simultaneously with the
release of the Digital Movie.

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I also created the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo for the
technology, similar to the DOLBY sound systems trademark. The acronyms stand for the Power Station
Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering digital movies on a portable medium, a
compact disc.
In 1987 I had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was funded by a major
banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance projects from $3 to $100 million dollars.
Our terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received solicitations from developers across
the country. We were also very attractive to companies that wanted to raise capital that include both
debt and equity. Through my company, FMG, we could raise equity funding through private placements,
and debt funding through FMG Mortgage Banking. We were retained by Gamillion Studios of Hollywood,
California to secure financing of their postproduction Film Studio that was looking to relocate to North
Carolina. We had secured refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and were in the
midst of replacing the current loan that was with Commonwealth National Bank. We had meetings and
discussions with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt portfolio. We were
quickly seeking commitments for real estate deals from New York to California. We also had a number of
other prominent local developers seeking our competitive funding, including Owen Kugal, High
Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt. 30 Outlets). We
were constantly told that our financing packages were more competitive than local institutions.
In 1986 I had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services organization
comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had developed a stock purchase
program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new firm. FMG had
financial planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability insurance services,
tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our corporate headquarters in Lancaster. In one
year, we had 24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices in Pennsylvania, and
several satellite offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and our
advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the fees from the
other professionals. We had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and were valued at about $3 to $4
million.
In 1985 I developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp for the
Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams scouting departments.
(See Washington Post page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were dependant on the team
scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed a strategy of video taping the
camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all of the scouting departments for
teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was signed at that camp by the Ottawa
Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver while J.C. Watts was one of the leagues
most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played 2 years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino
was starting quarterback. We were a Certified Agent for the National Football League Players
Association. Gene Upshaw, the President of the NFLPA had given me some helpful hints for my camp,
while we were at a Conference for agents of the NFL. The Washington Post wrote a full-page article
about our camp and associated it with other camps that were questionable about their practices.
Actually, that was the very reason for our camp. We had attended many other camps around the
country that were not very well organized and attracted few if any scouts. We had about 60 participants,
with one player coming from as far away as Hawaii. We held the camp at Lancaster Catholic, with a
professional production company filming the entire camp, while I did the editing and produced the video.
The well respected and widely acclaimed professional football scout, Gil Brandt, of the Dallas Cowboys,
had given me support for my camp during some conversations We had with him and said he looked
forward to reviewing the tapes for any hopeful recruits.

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In 1985 I was elected Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the International
Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by increasing membership 3to 4 times.
We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally syndicated Financial Planner, Ms.
Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major fundraiser. More than 150 professionals
attended the dinner event that was held at the Eden Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong
discussed financial planning and how all of the professions needed to work together in order to be most
effective for their clients. We attracted a wide variety of professionals including; brokers, lawyers,
accountants, realtors, tax specialists, estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors. Today, it has
become evident that financial planning was the way of the future. In 1986 executives approached us
from Blue Ball National Bank to help them develop a Financial Planning department within their bank.
In 1984 I had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill, former President of Citi Group (the
largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several associates asked to help advise on the future
of Financial Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the investment industry at large. Mr.
Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American Express and IDS (Investors Diversified
Services). We were at that time a national leader in the company in delivering Fee Based Financial
Planning Services, which was a new concept in the investment community and mainstream investors.
That concept is now widely held by most investment advisers.
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
scaterbone@live.com
717-669-2163

ACTIVE COURT CASES


J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of
Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149;15-3400; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 15-03984; 14-02559; 05-2288; 06-4650
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

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Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163
November 30, 2016
James Comey, Director
FBI Headquarters
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
(202) 324-3000
Re:

PRO SE BILLINGS INVOICE Please See Attached


PLEASE REMIT IMMEDIATELY, PAST DUE
Dear Director Comey,

PRO SE BILLINGS
March 2007 to August 2007 $284,327.50
July 2015 to November 2016 $360,000.00

TOTALS

111 Court Cases


36 Court Cases

$584,327.50

147 Court Cases

Respectfully,
___________/S/____________
Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163
Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,
defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with
allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa.
(ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992).
Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law
enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We
utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some
communications are a means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact
List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up my
Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

Letter Page 1 of 2

ACTIVE COURT CASES

J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

Letter Page 2 of 2

Stan J. Caterbone
ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment &

Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-528-2200
November 29, 2016

PRO SE BILLINGS
March 2007 to August 2007
July 2015 to November 2016

$284,327.50
$360,000.00

111 Court Cases


36 Court Cases

TOTALS

$584,327.50

147 Court Cases

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant


ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP
Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance,
Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street


Lancaster, PA 17603
www.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com
stancaterbone@gmail.com
717-669-2163

Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered,
defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with
allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa.
(ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992).
Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law
enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We
utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our
property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some
communications are a means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced
Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact
List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up my
Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

Page 1 of 50

Wednesday November 30, 2016

ACTIVE COURT CASES


1. J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
2. U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
3. U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
4. U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
5. U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
6. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
7. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
8. Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
9. Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
10. U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

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Wednesday November 30, 2016

ACTIVE COURT CASES


1. J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL
FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE
2. U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert
3. U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400
MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474
4. U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa
Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;
5. U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16-cv-1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS
6. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III
7. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane
8. Superior Court of Pennsylvania Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen
Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219 Preliminary
Injunction Case of 2016
9. Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 08-13373; 15-10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401
10. U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 16-10157

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

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Advanced Media Group


Pro Se Billings
Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name
AMG Chapter 11
3/1/2007 Bankruptcy

Line Description
Item Description
May 2005 Research Filing of Petition for Bankruptcy,
Russell Kraft, Nettleton & Fenefrock
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
May 23 2005 File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Protection in Federal Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania, Reading
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
June 21 2005 Notice of Appeal Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone Regarding 6/13/2005 Order Dismissing
Case for Debtor's Failure to Timely File Required
Documents to
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

20

$125.00

$2,500.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$625.00

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

$125.00

$625.00

Jul 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Aug 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Sep 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Oct 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Nov 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Jun 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
Jul 1 2005 In Reading Appellant Designation of
Contents For Inclusion in Record On Appeal, and
Findings of Fact Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone .
(Attachments: #
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

Dec 2005 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
Dec 15 2005 Amended Schedules F & G Filed by
Amended Matrix Stanley J. Caterbone ; Receipt
Number 20074028, Fee Amount $26.00. (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 12/16/2005)
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Jan 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Feb 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Apr 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

May 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Jun 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
Jun 29 2006 Hearing Held - RE: Motion to Dismiss
Case, or Conversion of Case to Chapter 7 Filed by
United States Trustee (
Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$1,050.00

Jul 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Aug 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Sep 2006 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

10

$125.00

Jan 2007 Administration, Reporting and


Communication with Creditors and Accounts Payables
for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
6/17/2007

Qty

Apr 30 2007 Notice of Appeal to Thrid Circuit from


Chapter 11 re Amend Filing Date Case No. 07-2150
May 10 2007 Application to procedd In Forma
Pauperis Filed
May 21 2007 Motion For Recusal of Judge Rendell
Filed
May 29 2007 Order Granted for In Forma Pauperis;
Proceed to 3 Judge Panel for Review to Continue
June 8 2007 Motion to Dismiss by Department of
Justice (Appellee) by J. Adams
AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings

$1,250.00
$25,800.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$625.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

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$375.00
$1,750.00

Wednesday
Saturday,
November
November30,
7, 2015
2016

Advanced Media Group


Pro Se Billings
Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
June 2 2005 Order Granting Application To Pay Filing
Fees In Installments. (Related Doc # 4);
June 13 2005 Order Dismissing Case for Debtor's
Failure to Timely File Required Documents. (P.,
Cathy) (Entered: 06/13/2005)
June 21 2005 Summary of Schedules, Schedules A-J,
Statement of Financial Affairs Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (Attachments: # J. Statement of
Financial Affai
06/21/2005 Summary of Schedules, Schedules A-J,
Statement of Financial Affairs Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (Attachments: # J. Statement of
Financial Aff
07/01/2005 Appellant Designation of Contents For
Inclusion in Record On Appeal, and Findings of Fact
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone . (Attachments: # I
Findi
09/21/2005 District Court Order entered within Civil
Action # 05-CV-3689 Notice of Appeal Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone Regarding 6/13/2005 Order
Dismissing
10/05/2005 Final Order By District Court Judge Anita
B. Brody - RE: Notice of Appeal (CA-05-3689)
Regarding 6/13/2005 Order Dismissing Ca
11/08/2005 Notice of Hearing to Show Cause why
this case should
not be not be Dismissed for
Debtor's Failure to Timely Pay Filing Fees for Chapter
1

Item Description

Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$625.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$875.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed


Court Time Hours Billed

3
6

$125.00
$150.00

$375.00
$900.00

Jan 9 2006 File Order Entered that if a certificate of


service of the amended schedules or amended matrix
is not filed within 20 days from the date of this orde Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

01/23/2006 Certificate of Service Filed by Stanley J.


Caterbone - RE: Amended Schedules and Response to
Creditor Status Order (related document(s)27). (P.,
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00

25

$125.00

$3,125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$500.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

12

$125.00

$1,500.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$500.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$900.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

11/16/2005 Meeting of Creditors . 341 (a) meeting


to be held on 12/15/2005 at 12:30 PM at 3cnfrm 3rd Floor Conference Room. Last day to oppose dis
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
11/29/2005 Drive to Reading to Final Installment
Payment. Receipt Number 20073978, Fee Amount
$839.00. (P., Cathy) (Entered: 11/29/2005) Drive to
Reading Co
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Chapter 11 Case
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
12/15/2005 Response dated 12/14/2005 Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone Regarding HEMAP Appeal
Hearing Request. (P., Cathy) (Entered: 12/16/2005)
Time For Court Appearance and Litigation

01/24/2006 Motion for Relief from Stay. Fee Amount


$150, Filed by Fulton Bank Represented by SHAWN
M. LONG (Counsel). Objections due by 2/8/2006. (A Chapter 11 Hours Billed
01/30/2006 Amended Schedule F (creditor added)
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone ; Receipt Number
20074148, Fee Amount $26.00 (P., Cathy) (Entered:
01/31/2006)
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
01/30/2006 Advanced Media Group Income
Statements for the year 2005 Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (Attachments: # !_ Continuation of
Reports) (P., Cathy)
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
02/02/2006 Certificate of Service Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone - RE: Amended Schedules (related
document(s)35). (P., Cathy) (Entered: 02/02/2006)
02/02/2006 Debtor's Response to Motion of Fulton
Bank for Relief From Stay ; Response and Exhibits
thereto Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone (related do
02/10/2006 Monthly Operating Report for Filing for
the month of January 2006 Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (P., Cathy) (Entered: 02/10/2006)
02/21/2006 Hearing Held on 31 Motion for Relief
from Stay Filed by Fulton Bank Represented by
SHAWN M. LONG (Counsel). Matter Taken Under
Advisement. (S., B
02/23/2006 Order Granting Motion for Relief from
Stay Regarding Property 220 Stone Hill Road,
Conestoga, PA Filed by Fulton Bank Represented by
SHAWN M. LON
03/20/2006 Debtor Request for Hearing, and
Certificate of Service thereto Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (P., Cathy) (Entered: 03/20/2006)
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Chapter 11 Case
03/31/2006 Order DENYING Debtor's (Second)
Request for Hearing because nothing is pending
before this Court on which a hearing might be held,
(related d
04/10/2006 Request for Continuance of Chapter 11
Case Filed'by Stanley J. Caterbone . (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 04/10/2006)
04/10/2006 Order DENYING Debtor's Motion to Stay
All Proceedings (Request for Continuance) because
nothing is presently pending before this Court that
would

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Pro Se Billings
Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
Item Description
05/03/2006 Order (copy) entered in District Court
within Appeal CV-06-1538 ; Ordered that the
Appellant's motion for continuance is Denied as Moot
(con
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
05/30/2006 05/30/2006 05/30/2006 Motion to
Convert Case to Chapter 7 . Fee Amount $15.00,
Motion to Dismiss Case Filed by United States Trustee
Represente
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$900.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

09/27/2006 Notice of Briefing Schedule issued by US


District Court - RE: Notice of Appeal Civil Action 064212 (related document(s)83). (P., Cathy)
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$375.00

02/09/2007 Letter Received from Debtor Stanley J.


Caterbone in response to memorandum regarding
Local Rule 9014-3. (P., Cathy) (Entered: 02/13/2007) Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$250.00

06/08/2006 Certificate of Service Filed by Stanley J.


Caterbone Regarding Documents sent to US Trustee's
Office. (P., Cathy) (Entered: 06/08/2006)
06/29/2006 Hearing Held - RE: Motion to Dismiss
Case, or Conversion of Case to Chapter 7 Filed by
United States Trustee (related document(s),60).
**MATTER T
07/10/2006 Debtor's Request for Hearing
Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed in Forma Pauperis
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone . (P., Cathy) (Entered:
07
07/17/2006 Final Order By District Court Judge Anita
B. Brody Regarding Debtor's Notice of Appeal (Civil
Action #06-1538) of Bankruptcy Order dated
2/23/200
07/18/2006 Debtor's Request (dated 7/14/2006) for
Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed in Forma
Pauperis Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone . (P., Cathy)
(En
07/20/2006 Memorandum In Support of Motion to
Dismiss Filed by United States Trustee Dept of Justice
Dave P. Adams
08/03/2006 Hearing Set re Debtor's Request for
Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed in Forma
Pauperis Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone (related
document 67

08/16/2006 Motion Debtor Request Continuance


Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone Represented by
Self(Counsel). (P., Cathy) (Entered: 08/16/2006)
Chapter
08/17/2006 Hearing Scheduled to provide court with
difinitive report status of Chapter 11 and to address
questions about the future Heaing Notice Never
Recieved
Chapter
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Chapter 11 Case
Chapter
08/25/2006 DOCKETED IN ERROR: entered on main
case, should be on adversary- See Adversary 062236***Attach PDF Document: Copy of Notice of
Appeal
Chapter
08/31/Order Entered that the Bench Order Entered on
today's Record DENYING 67 Debtor's Request (dated
7/6/2006) for Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed IFP
Chapter

10/03/2006 Order Granting United States Trustee's


Motion to Dismiss Case, (related document(s)60). (P.,
Cathy) (Entered: 10/03/2006)
10/19/2006 Notice of Appeal to District Court - RE:
Order entered 10/3/2006 Granting United States
Trustee's Motion to Dismiss Case ; Notice of Appeal,
and
01/18/2007 Motion for Debtor's Request (dated
1/13/2007) for Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed in Forma Pauperis Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbon
01/19/2007 Order DENYING Motion for Debtor's
(Second) Request for Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed in Forma Pauperis Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone.
01/19/2007 Order DENYING Motion for Debtor's
(Second) Request for Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed in Forma Pauperis Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone.
02/05/2007 Updated Creditor Matrix/Amendment to
List of Creditors (5 new names) Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone (Neither Amended Schedules nor Certific
02/05/2007 Application to Waive Fee Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone Represented by Self(Counsel).
(P., Cathy) (Entered: 02/05/2007)
02/05/2007 Motion to Reconsider Order DENYING
Motion for Debtor's (Second) Request for Hearing
Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed in Forma Pauperis ;
M
02/07/2007 Order DENYING Debtor's Motion to
Reconsider Order dated 1/19/2007 and DENYING
Debtor's Application to Waive Fee. (related
document(s)105, 1

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
Item Description
02/20/2007 Notice of Appeal to District Court of
Order entered 2/7/2007 DENYING Debtor's Motion to
Reconsider Order DENYING Debtor's Application to
Wa
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
02/26/2007 Corrective Entry - RE: Notice of Appeal
of Order DENYING Debtor's Motion to Reconsider
Order and Debtor's Application to Waive Fee Filed by
Stanl
Chapter 11 Hours Billed

3/16/2007 Federal Habeau Corpus

AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy


Nov 20, 2006 - General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal Case Harbeas Corpus
filed from Lancaster County Prison on November 17,
2006
January 19, 2007 - ADDENDUM to 2241 Habeas
Corpus Petition by STANLEY J. CATERBONE.
Certificate of Service, (gs) (Entered: 01/22/2007)
April 17, 2007 - ORDER THAT THE CLERK SHALL
PROMPTLY FURNISH PETITIONER WITH THE IN
FORMA PAUPERIS APPLICATION FORM AND
PETITIONER SHALL EITHER COMPLETE AND RET

May 31, 2007 - EXHIBIT to 28 U.S.C. Section 2241


Habeas Corpus Petition by STANLEY J. CATERBONE.
Certificate of Service (gs) (Entered: 06/01/2007)
June 4, 2007 - EXHIBIT to U.S.C. Sec. 2241 Habeas
Copus Petition by STANLEY J. CATERBONE. (gs)
(Entered: 06/04/2007)
Federal Habeau Corpus
Aug 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
Caterbone v. Penn DOT On Pro Se Civil Case
Sep 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Civil Case
Caterbone v. Penn DOT
Caterbone v.
Aug 2 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
Caterbone,Michael
On Pro Se Civil Case Filed Complaint
Aug 24 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case Filed Default Notice
Caterbone v. Caterbone,Michael
Jul 14 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Civil Case Filed Complaint & In Forma
Caterbone v. Penn DOT Pauperis Denied by Georgelis
Aug 25 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case Refiled In Forma Pauperis Granted
by Cullen
Sep 5 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Civil Appeal Case Filed Appeal to Superior
Court of Pennsylvania
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Appeal Case Transfered from Superior Court to
Commonwealth Court of Common Pleas
Caterbone v. Penn DOT
Jul 26 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
Caterbone v. PP&L
On Pro Se Civil Case Filed Complaint with Advanced
Media Group
Electric
10 Aug 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Chapter 11 Case Transfered to
Chapter 11 Case by PP&L
Caterbone v. PP&L Electric
Caterbone v. Southern
Regional

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$1,000.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$125.00
$23,825.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

15

$125.00

$1,875.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$250.00
$3,000.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

10

$125.00

$125.00

$1,250.00
$1,000.00
$2,250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

10

$125.00

$125.00

$1,250.00
$250.00
$1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

15

$125.00

$1,875.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$625.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$1,000.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$250.00
$3,750.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Billed

$125.00

$1,000.00
$125.00
$1,125.00

Feb 2005 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done


On Pro Se Civil Case Meetings & Communications with Civil Litigation Hours
Chief of Southern Regional Police Fiorill
Billed
Mar 2005 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Civil Case Meetings & Communications with
Chief of Southern Regional Police Fiorill
Apr 4 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Civil Case Prepared Complaint and Email to
Don Totaro, Lancaster County DA
Apr 11 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case Filed Complaint
Apr 28 2006 Ammend Complaint General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case

Unit
Price

03/06/2007 Order Supplementing Order of February


7, 2007, pursuant to Local Bankruptcy Rule 8001-1
(c)(related document(s)K)6). (B., Keith) (Entere
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
03/20/2007 District Court Acknowledgement of
receiving Bankruptcy Appeal (CA-07-1093) Signed by
Deputy Clerk Steve Tomas - RE: Notice of Appeal to
District
Chapter 11 Hours Billed
05/18/2007 Notice of Change of Address Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone . (P.,Cathy) (Entered:
05/18/2007) 05/18/2007 Operating Report/Balance
05/18/2007 Operating port/Balance Sheet
5/31/2007, Income Statement for 5 months ending
5/31/2007, Aged Receivables as of 5/31/2007 Filed
by Stanley

Qty

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

15

$125.00

$1,875.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$500.00

20

$125.00

$2,500.00

$125.00

$500.00

May 15 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work


Done On Pro Se Civil Case Certificate of Service
Personal Delivery to William Cambell of Quarryville

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$625.00

Jun 10 2006 Motion for Continuance General Hours


Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
Item Description
Jun 15 2006 Reponsive Brief to Preliminary Objections
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Litigation Hours
Civil Case
Billed
Jul 25 2006 Appealed to Superior Court of
Hours Billed For Civil
Pennsylvania General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal Case
Appeals
Aug 09 Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas
Time For Court Appearance and Litigation Shawn
Long Appeared at Defendants Table before Court,
walked out
Court Time Hours Billed
Oct 30 2006 Filed Amended Complaint from Bausman
Post Office, General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Hours Billed For Civil
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal Case
Appeals
Nov 7 2006 Filed for Continuance from Lancaster
Civil Litigation Hours
County Prison General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Billed
Caterbone v. Southern Regional
Sep 1 2006 Complaint & In Forma Pauperis Filed
Caterbone v. Millersville General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Litigation Hours
Poli
Civil Case IFP Granted Judge Ashworth
Billed
Mar 26 2007 File Response to Preliminary Objections
to Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas General
Civil Litigation Hours
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Billed
Case
Caterbone v. Millersville Poli
Sep 11 2006 Filed Complaint & In Forma Pauperis
Caterbone v. Benjamin General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Litigation Hours
Roda
Civil Case IFP Denied by Judge Reinaker
Billed

Caterbone v.
Harleysville et

Caterbone v. Grassell,
Thomas

Caterbone v. Lancaster
General

Caterbone v.
Pflumm,Mike et al

Common of PA v. S.
3/17/2007 Caterbone

3/18/2007

Sep 14 2006 Second In Forma Pauperis Application


Filed & Approved by Judge Joseph Madenspacher
Caterbone v. Benjamin Roda
Aug 1 2006 Complaint & Informa Pauperis Filed with
Advanced Media Group - General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case, IFP Granted
by Georgeli
Aug 24 2006 Important Notice of Default Filed General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Sep 27 2006 Filed Reply to Preliminary Objections General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Oct 23 Filed Brief in Support of Arbitration - General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Case
Nov 7 2006 Filed Motion for 60 Day Continuance General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

Mar 7 2007 Filed Amended Complaint - General Hours


Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Caterbone v. Harleysville et
Apr 11 2006 Filed Complaint - General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Jun 6 2006 Filed Important Notice of Default General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Caterbone v. Grassell, Thomas
Apr 10 2006 Filed Complaint, walked to Courthouse
directly after discharge from Hospital - General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Apr 28 2006 Filed Amended Complaint - General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Case
Caterbone v. Lancaster General
May 24 2006 Filed Complaint & In Forma Pauperis
Application - General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case IFP Denied by Judge
Reinaker
Caterbone v. Pflumm,Mike et al
2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case Downtown Lancaster Parking
Meter Violation MDJ Simms
2006 Time For Court Appearance and Litigation For
Parking Meter Violation
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
Aug 2006 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Criminal Case Downtown Lancaster Parking
Meter Violation MDJ Simms
Oct 5 2006 Time For Court Appearance and Litigation
MDJ Simms Parking Meter Violation
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
May 10 2005 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case 18$2709$$A3
Harassment w/Tim Decker Killing of Cat SRPD
Humane Legue Witness
Sep 28 2005 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case Notice of
Appeal Stolen From Mail, Never Appeared For Trial,
Judge Allison
Fines $442.00 Paid General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
Jan 09 2007 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case Filed Nunc Pro
Tunc, Denied by Reainaker

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Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

12

$125.00

$1,500.00

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

$150.00

$600.00

12

$125.00

$1,500.00

$125.00

$250.00
$12,100.00

15

$125.00

20

$125.00

$1,875.00

$2,500.00
$4,375.00

$125.00

$125.00

$1,000.00
$500.00
$1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

20

$125.00

$2,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$875.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$625.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$875.00
$5,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

15

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$1,875.00
$500.00
$2,375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

25

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$3,125.00
$1,000.00
$4,125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$1,000.00
$1,000.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$625.00
$450.00
$1,075.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$625.00
$450.00
$1,075.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case
Hours Billed Criminal
Appeal
Hours Billed Criminal
Appeal

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00
$1,875.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

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$125.00

$250.00

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Pro Se Billings
Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
Jan 19 2007 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case Refiled, Denied
Again
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
Jul 5 2006 PrelimiHearing General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case MDJ
Hamilton, Fire M. Bomberger, Public Defender, MDJ
Hamilton Guilty
Oct 12 2006 Pretrial Conference Case Continued
Judge Allison General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case $75$3733$$A M2
Nov 09 2006 Pretrial Conference Case Continued
Judge Allison General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case From Lanc Co Prison
Dec 14 2006 Call of the Trial List Continued Judge
Ashworth (Cullen) General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case From Lanc Co
Prison
Jan 22 2007 Call of the Trial List Scheduled for Trial
Judge Farina (Cullen) General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case Janice Longer
Appo
Time For Court Appearance and Litigation
Feb 23 2006 Complaint Filed to Lancaster County Bar
v. Janice Longer General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Feb 26 Call of the Trial List Scheduled for Trial
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Feb 28 2006 Filed Response to Longer Petition to
Withdraw From Case General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Mar 1 2007 General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Criminal Case Meeting with Janice Longer
To Prepare
Mar 4 2007 Trial Court Judge Cullen Continued Case
to April Court ScheduleTime For Court Appearance
and Litigation
Mar 4 2007 File Supreme Court Diciplinary Complaint
v. Janice Longer General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Mar 22 2007 Research & Review Pa Consolodated
Statutes Annotated at Law Library General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Mar 26 Letter to Janice Longer & Review Motion to
Dismiss QuashGeneral Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
Dec 5 2005 Preliminary Hearing Judge Reuter,
Bezzard had to Refile or Dismiss General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case East
Lampeter Twp
May 18 2006 Lancaster County DA Office Refile
Charges General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case 4 Charges-Harras Dis
Ord,Theft,Harrasment
Time For Court Appearance and Litigation
Jun 23 2006 Meeting with Matt Bomberger, Public
Defender General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Criminal Case
Jul 26 2006 Fromal Arraignment Lanaster County
Court of Common PleasTime For Court Appearance
and Litigation
Jul 26 2006 File In Forma Pauperis Granted General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Aug 2 2006 File Motion Bill of Particulars Discovery
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Sep 14 2006 Pretrial Conference Judge AllisonTime
For Court Appearance and Litigation
Oct 20 2006 Call of the Trial List Judge Farina Time
For Court Appearance and Litigation
Nov 27 2006 Call of the Trial List Judge FarinaTime
For Court Appearance and Litigation From Lancaster
County Prison
Nov to Dec 2006 Research Billed For Case From
Lancaster County Prison Law Library
Dec 4 2006 Trial Judge Farina Sent to 1250 Fremont
& 220 Stone Hill Rd to get files Time For Court
Appearance and Litigation Dismiss Harassment,
Change to Summa
Dec 5 2007 Trial Time For Court Appearance and
Litigation Guilty Harrasment & Disorderly Conduct,
Not Guilty Thef of Service
Dec 2007 Filed Appeals & Motions General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case From Lancaster County Prison
Jan 4 2007 Notict of Appeal to Superior Court Case
No. MDA 125 General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 26 2007 Meet with Court Reporters Office to Get
Electronic Version of Transcript & ReGeneral Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case

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Item Description
Hours Billed Criminal
Appeal

Qty
2

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

$125.00

Credit
Amount
$250.00

$500.00
Hours Billed For Criminal
Case

12

$125.00

$1,500.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Court Time Hours Billed


Court Time Hours Billed

4
4

$150.00
$150.00

$600.00
$600.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$625.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$750.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$625.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$625.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$625.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case
Court Time Hours Billed

2
0.1

$125.00
$150.00

$250.00
$15.00
$8,990.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case
Court Time Hours Billed

2
10

$125.00
$150.00

$250.00
$1,500.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$500.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$250.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$500.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$750.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$750.00

Research Hours Billed

$75.00

$525.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$1,050.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$750.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$750.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$375.00

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Common of PA v S.
Caterbone

Line Description
Feb 7 2007 Meet with Andrew Wagner of Court
Collections Office for Payment of Fines and Costs and
Remove Payment Due
Feb 23 2007 Meet with Andrew Wagner of Court
Collections to Have Payment Due Removed General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
Aug 2006 Filed U.S. Post Office Correspondence &
Complaint to SRPDTime For Court Appearance and
Litigation
Oct 30 2007 Plead Not Guilty to MDJ Eckert Picked Up
by Constables General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Nov 14 2006 File Habeus Corpus to U.S. District Court
of Eastern District of PA General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Lanc Pri
Dec 2006 Research Billed For Case From Lancaster
County Prison Law Library
Dec 8 2006 Filed Writ of Mandamus From Lancaster
County PrisonGeneral Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case

Item Description

Unit
Price

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount
$500.00

$250.00
$11,650.00

Court Time Hours Billed

10

$150.00

$1,500.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$625.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$875.00

Research Hours Billed

$75.00

$375.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$1,000.00

Jan 4 2007 Filed Motion for Continuance/Change


Venue General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Hours Billed For Criminal
Pro Se Criminal Case Moved From Eckert to Stotlzfus Case

$125.00

$375.00

Jan 18 2007 Trial MDJ StoltzfusTime For Court


Appearance and Litigation Guilty Harr, Dis Con, Obs,
Dismiss DUSus Fin Responsi Fine $954 Joe Caterbone Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$900.00

$125.00

Jan 25 2007 Filed Trial De Novo Appeal to Lancaster


County Court of Common Pleas General Hours Billed Hours Billed Criminal
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case Appeal
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Aug 15 2006 Hearing MDJ Commins Robert M. Fedor
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case 2 Girls Walking Guilty Fine $315.66
Dec 15 2006 Summary Appeal Trial Judge Perezous
Found Guilty ?? April 2 Day of Daylight Person Broke
Into 220 Stone Hill Road, Mike on Cell Phone, Kennet
SPoli
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jul 14 2006 Hearing MDJ Hamilton General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Fines $367.50
Jul 25 2006 Notice of Summary Appeal to Court of
Common PleasGeneral Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Nov 14 2006 Filed Motion for Continuance From
Lancaster County PrisonJudge Cullen Denied General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Dec 2006 Lancaster County Prison Law Library
Research Billed For Case
Dec 5 2006 Trial Judge Perezous Granted Motion For
Continuance Time For Court Appearance and
Litigation
Dec 22 2006 Motion for Transcripts Filed from
Lancaster County Prison General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 21 2007 Filed Motion For Continuance Granted
Judge Perezous General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Dec 22 2007 Filed Writ of Mandamus v. MDJ Eckert
From Lancaster County Prison General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case

3/20/2007

Qty

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

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Se Billings

$625.00

$375.00
$1,000.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$1,000.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$375.00

Research Hours Billed

$75.00

$375.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$600.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$250.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00
$3,600.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

Dec 22 2007 Filed Writ of Mandamus v. MDJ Commins


From Lancaster County Prison General Hours Billed
Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Case
Jan 09 2007 Filed Motion for Change of Venue Deinied
Judge Reinaker General Hours Billed For Legal Work Hours Billed
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Case
Jan 11 2007 Motion for Continance Filed Denied Judge
Hours Billed
Reinaker General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
On Pro Se Criminal Case
Case
Jan 17 2007 Motion for Reconsideration Filed Denied
Judge Reinaker General Hours Billed For Legal Work Hours Billed
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jan 19 2007 Filed Motion to Proceed In Forma
Pauperis General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done
Hours Billed
On Pro Se Criminal Case
Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jan 12 2007 File Change of Venue/ Continuance
MDEckert Citations Denied by Judge Cullen General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Hours Billed
Appeal Case
Appeal
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to File Nunc Pro Tunc
for MDJ Simms Citations General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case

$625.00
$6,275.00

For Criminal
For Criminal
For Criminal
For Criminal

$125.00

$750.00

$125.00

$750.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$500.00

$125.00

$500.00
$2,875.00

For Criminal

$125.00

$250.00
$250.00

Criminal

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

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$125.00

$500.00
$500.00

$125.00

$500.00

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Pro Se Billings
Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Item Description

Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to File Nunc Pro Tunc


for MDJ Simms Citations General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to File Nunc Pro Tunc
for MDJ Simms Citations General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to File In Forma
Pauperis for MDJ Simms Citations General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

Common of PA v S.
3/22/2007 Caterbone

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ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings

Debit
Amount
$500.00

$125.00

Credit
Amount

$500.00

$125.00

$500.00
$500.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$250.00
$250.00

July 15, 2005 - Certificate of Appeal of STANLEY


CATERBONE from the order of Bankruptcy Judge
Thomas M. Twardowski. (tj, ) (Entered: 07/18/2005) Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
July 15, 2005 - Briefing Schedule 7/18/05 Entered
and copies mailed, (tj, ) (Entered: 07/18/2005)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
July 28, 2005 - BRIEF TO ORDER TO DISMISS ON
6/13/05 by STANLEY CATERBONE. (ami, ) (Entered:
07/29/2005)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
September 23, 2005 - ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE BY
OCTOBER 3, 2005, WHY IN LIGHT OF DEBTORAPPELLANT'S NOTICE OF APPEAL (BKY. DOCKET #12)
AND BRIEF (DOCKET #3), THIS C
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
October 3, 2005 - RESPONSE TO THE ORDER TO
SHOW CAUSE WHY THE DEBTOR'S BANKRUPTCY
CASE SHOULD NOT BE REINSTATED by UNITED
STATES TRUSTEE, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
October 6, 2005 - ORDER THAT THIS CASE IS
REINSTATED IN THE U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR
THE EASTERN DISTRICT PROVIDED THAT DEBTORAPPELLANT COMPLY WITH THE RULES
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
November 7, 2005 - Original Bankruptcy Record
returned to the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania, (afm, ) (Entered: 1
1/08/2005)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
November 14, 2005 - Letter from U.S. BANKRUPTCY
COURT re: received original record on 11/10/05.
(afm, ) (Entered: 11/14/2005)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
Chapter 11 Dismissal Appeal
May 15 2006 File Appeal to Automatic Stay Order of
Judge Fehling to Judge Anita Brody General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Hours Billed Criminal
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal Case
Appeal
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal
Sept 18, 2006 - Certificate of Appeal of STANLEY J.
CATERBONE, ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP from the
order of Bankruptcy Judge Richard E. Fehling. (tj,)
Chapter 11 Amend
Hours Billed For Civil
Dismissal
(Entered: 09/18
Appeals
October 10, 2007 - Certificate of Appeal of STANLEY
J. CATERBONE, ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP from the
order of Bankruptcy Judge Richard E. Fehling. (tj,)
Hours Billed For Civil
(Entered: 09
Appeals
October 17, 2007 - Brief in Opposition re 3
Appellant's Brief by PPL ELECTRIC UTILITIES.
(HENRY, MICHAEL) Modified on 10/18/2006 (np).
Hours Billed For Civil
(Entered: 10/17/2006)
Appeals
November 15, 2007 - MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE
FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE.(gs) Additional
attachment(s) added on 12/13/2006 (mo,). (Entered: Hours Billed For Civil
11/16/2006) fro
Appeals
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Hours Billed For Civil
Civil Appeal Case
Appeals
February 7, 2007 - MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE
FILED BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO
SE,CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE.(ac, ) (Entered:
Hours Billed For Civil
02/09/2007)
Appeals
February 21, 2007 - ORDER that APPELLANT STANLEY
J. CATERBONE'S MOTION FOR A CONTINUANCE IS
Hours Billed For Civil
GRANTED. APPELLANT MAY FILE A REPLY BRIEF IN
THE ABOVE-CAPTIONED CAS
Appeals

Chapter 11 Amend Dismissal


Jan 4 2007 Filed Notice of Appeal to Superior Court
Filed at Lancaster County Clerk of CoGeneral Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Jan 11 2007 Filed Motion For Continuance Granted
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Feb 12 2997 Filed Concise Statement of Matters
Complainted on Appeal General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case

Unit
Price

$500.00

Chapter 11 Dismissal
Appeal

April 13, 2007 - MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED


BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. (SEE 05-2288,
PAPER NO. 50).(ac, ) (Entered: 04/13/2007)
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Appeal Case

Qty

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals

$125.00

$500.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$1,000.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00
$3,125.00

20

$125.00

$2,500.00
$2,500.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$625.00

1.5

$125.00

$187.50

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00
$3,312.50

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

12

$125.00

$1,500.00

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Common of PA v. S.
Caterbone

Line Description
Item Description
Mar 27 2007 Meeting with Lancaster County Clerk of
Courts Review & Correct Index of RecorGeneral Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Hours Billed Criminal
Case
Appeal
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Jun 28 2006 Hearing Preparation General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Jun 28 2007 Hearing at 1281 S 28th St. Harrisburg
Guilty MDJ Smith Time For Court Appearance and
Litigation
Oct ?? 2006 Phone Call & Letter For Payment of Fine
& Costs General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case
Jan 1 2007 Letter to MDJ Smith Re Payment of Fines
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 15 2007 Filed Application For Leave Nunc Pro
TuncGeneral Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro
Se Criminal Appeal Case
Feb 15 2007 Filed In Forma Pauperis In Dauphin
County Court of Common Pleas Granted General
Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Mar 8 2007 Filed Notice of Appeal to Superior Court in
Dauphin County Court MDA 435-2007 General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone

Mar 25 2007 Filed Docketing Statement to Superior


Court of Pennsylvania General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
Mar 27 2007 File Response to Fulton Bank Motion to
Fulton Bank v
Dismiss Case General Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal Case
3/28/2007 Caterbone, Stan
Fulton Bank v Caterbone, Stan
110/20/2006 - File Federal False Claims Act, No
Complaint Copy Satute FMG, AMG, Global, Radio
Science Laboratories, Power Productions v. ISC,
Federal False Claims Act Attorney General,
11/16/2006 - MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma
pauperis filed by STANLEY J. CATERBONE.(tj, )
(Entered: 10/23/2006)
11/16/2006 - ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR
LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS IS
GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT THIS
CASE IS DISMISSED FOR FAILURE TO S
COMPLAINT AGAINST ATTORNEY GENERAL,
INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL & CONTROL, PLC FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE, ADVANCED MEDIA
GROUP, LTD., ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP,
02/07/2007 - MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE,CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE.(ac, ) (Entered: 02/09/2007)
Mar 16 2007 Letter to U.S. Senator Arlen Specter
Regarding Obstruciton of Justice General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 12 2007 Meet Lisa Owings staffer on Judiciary
Comitte from Senator Specter at Chamber Building
General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Mar 13 2007 Letter to Lisa Owings of Senator Specter
Office General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 19 2007 Letter to Lisa Owings of Senator Specter
Office General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 20 2007 Letter to Lisa Owings of Senator Specter
Office General Hours Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
03/23/2007 - ORDER THAT THE PLAINTIFF SHALL
SUBMIT A COPY OF HIS MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE
BY 4/6/07. SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN
ON 3/22/07. 3/23/07 ENTERE
Common of PA v S.
Caterbone

Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

$125.00

Credit
Amount

$375.00
$2,625.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$500.00

Court Time Hours Billed

$150.00

$750.00

Hours Billed For Criminal


Case

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$250.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00
$3,250.00

Hours Billed Criminal


Appeal

$125.00

$500.00
$500.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$375.00
$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$750.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Mar 24 2007 Letter to Senator Specter General Hours Civil Litigation Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Billed

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

04/05/2007 - ORDER MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE IS


DENIED AS MOOT. ON NOVEMBER 16, 2006, THE
COURT DISMISSED THE CASE FOR FAILURE TO
Civil Litigation Hours
STATE A CLAIM PURUSUANT TO 28
Billed
04/13/2007 - MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE, PRO SE. (SEE 05-2288,
Civil Litigation Hours
PAPER NO. 50).(ac, ) (Entered:
Billed
04/23/2007 - ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE IS DENIED AS MOOT. SIGNED BY
JUDGE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON 04/16/07.04/16/07
ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED
04/26/2007 - ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST
FOR AN EX PARTE MEETING IS DENIED. SIGNED BY
JUDGE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON 04/25/07.
05/05/2007 - ADDENDUM TO COMPLAINT BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE., PRO SE.(ac,) (Entered:
05/07/2007)
Federal False Claims Act

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Billings
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$250.00
$3,875.00

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name

Line Description

Item Description

October 18, 2006 - MOTION for Leave to Proceed in


Caterbone v. Wenger et forma pauperis filed by STANLEY J.
6/1/2007 al
CATERBONE.AFFIDAVIT.(ks,) (Entered: 10/19/2006)
October 18, 2006 - Filed Civil Action re Obstruction of
Justice and RICO
November 17, 2006 - ORDER THAT MOTION FOR
LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS IS
GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT PLAINTIFF
SHALL AMEND HIS COMPLAINT SO AS TO
November 17, 2006 - ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S
MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE IS GRANTED. THE
CLERK OF COURT MARK THIS" ACTION CLOSED FOR
STATISTICAL PURPOSES AND PLACE THE
November 17, 2006 - Complaint against
DEFENDANTS MAYNARD HAMILTON, JR, DENISE
COMMINS, RICHARD H. SIMMS, STEVEN MYLIN,
WILLIAM G. REUTER, MICHAEL SMITH, RONALD
January 19,2007 - ORDER THAT THE ABOVECAPTIONED CASE SHALL REMAIN IN CIVIL
SUSPENSE UNTIL 4/19/07. SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY
A. MCLAUGHLIN ON 1/19/07. 1/19/07 ENTER
April 3, 2007 - ADDENDUM TO COMPLAINT filed by
STANLY J. CATERBONE. Cert, of Service. (PRO SE)
(pr, ) (Entered: 04/03/2007)
April 13, 2007 - STANLY J. CATERBONE'S MOTION
FOR CONTINUANCE (#50 in 06-cv-4154).(fdc)
(Entered: 04/13/2007)
April 16, 2007 - ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION
FOR CONTINUANCE IS GRANTED. THIS CASE SHALL
REMAIN IN CIVIL SUSPSENSE UNTIL 6/19/07.
SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A. MCLA
April 26, 2007 - ORDER THAT THE PLAINTIFF'S
REQUEST FOR AN EX PARTE MEETING IS DENIED.
SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON
4/25/07. 4/26/07 ENTERED AND COPIES
May 7, 2007 - Addendum to Complaint by STANLY J.
CATERBONE (#1 1 in 06-CV-4154). (fdc) (Entered:
05/07/2007)
June 18, 2007 - Motion For Continuance
June 25, 2007 - Motion For Continuance Granted,
Provide Status by August 31, 2007
Caterbone v. Wenger et al
Appeal Order Amend
2288 Compl

Chapter 11 PP&L
Dismissal Appe

September 6, 2007 - CIVIL CASE DOCKETED Notice


filed by Stanley J. Caterbone. RECORD, received, (clc
September 8, 2007 - LEGAL DIVISION LETTER SENT
advising appeal has been listed for possible dismissal,
(zm)
September 18, 2007 - APPEARANCE from Attorney
Christopher S. Underhill on behalf of Appellee
Manheim Twp Pol, filed, (clc)
September 18, 2007 - APPEARANCE from Attorney
Stephanie Carfley on behalf of Appellee Fulton Bank,
filed, (clc)
September 18, 2007 - DISCLOSURE STATEMENT on
behalf of Appellee Fulton Bank, filed, (clc)
September 19, 2006 - FOLLOW UP LETTER to Robert
W. Hallinger, Walter H. Swayze, Patricia Baxter,
George M. Gowen and Stuart A. Weiss requesting the
following do
September 25, 2006 - APPEARANCE from Attorney
William H. Howard on behalf of Appellee Avalon Pol
Dept, filed. (Iwc)
September 25, 2006 - APPEARANCE from Attorney
William H. Howard on behalf of Appellee Avalon Pol
Dept, filed. (Iwc)
September 29, 2006 - DISCLOSURE STATEMENT on
behalf of Appellee Comm Natl Bank, filed, (clc)
October 2, 2006 - APPEARANCE from Attorney Robert
W. Hallinger on behalf of Appellee Lancaster Cty
Prison, filed, (clc)
October 11, 2006 - RESPONSE to Legal Division letter
for possible dismissal, on behalf of Appellee Manheim
Twp Pol, filed. Certificate of Service dated 10/6/06
December 1, 2006 - Notice received from district
court that IFF has been granted to Stanley J.
Caterbone . (clc)
April 30, 2007 - Document filed by Appellant titled
"Addendum to Appeal, filed, (clc)
Appeal Order Amend 2288 Compl
September 1, 2007 - Notice of Appeal to U.S. District
Court Anita Brody
September 10, 2007 - Judge Fehling Memorandum
and Opinion Filed
November 27, 2007 - PP&L Motion To Dismiss to
Judge Anita Brody
May 31, 2007 - Judge Anita Brody Reply Letter to M
Henry PP&L Attorney
May 31, 2007 - Appellant Response to Appellee
Motion to Dismiss
June 18, 2007 - Judge Anita Brody ORDER Denial,
Move to Dissmiss Appeal File Appeal to Third Circuit
within 60 days

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GROUP
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Billings
Se Billings

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$1,000.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$500.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

$250.00
$4,750.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$375.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$250.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals

$375.00
$2,375.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$625.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$750.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Hours

$125.00

$250.00

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Amount To August 31, 2007
Date

Name
Caterbone v.
Lombardo/Office M

Line Description
Chapter 11 PP&L Dismissal Appe
May 1, 2007 - File Complaint and In Forma Pauperis
Application

Item Description

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
May 4, 2007 - IFP Denied, Error in Caption
Civil Litigation Hours
May 7, 2007- Refile In Forma Pauperis Application
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
May 9, 2007 - In Forma Pauperis Granted
May 24, 2007 - Entry of Appearence Samuel Cortes of Civil Litigation Hours
Rothschild, LLP for Sam Lombardo
Billed
May 29, 2007 - Entry of Appearence and Answer from Civil Litigation Hours
Kirsten Worley for Office Max
Billed
May 31, 2007 - Preliminary Objections filed by
Civil Litigation Hours
Samuel Cortes for Lombardo
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
June 25, 2007 - File Motion For Continuance
Billed
June 29, 2007 - ORDER by Judge Cullen Denial of
Motion for Continuance Requested to Resubmit with Civil Litigation Hours
Reason
Billed
July 19, 2007 - Request for Interogatories and
Request to Produce Documents Filed by Kirsten
Civil Litigation Hours
Worley for Office Max
Billed
July 24, 2007 - File Answer to Office Max
Civil Litigation Hours
Interrogatories
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Caterbone v. Lombardo/Office M
Caterbone v. U.S.
April 30, 2007 - Bankruptcy Case Docketed. Notice
6/30/2007 Trustee
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
filed by Stanley J. Caterbone. (clc)
May 10, 2007 - MOTION by Appellant to proceed in
forma pauperis, filed, (clc)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
May 10, 2007 - APPEARANCE from Attorney Dave
Adams on behalf of Appellee Kelly B. Stapleton, filed,
(clc)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
May 21, 2007 - MOTION by Appellant for Request for
Recusal of Judge Rendell, filed. Answer due 6/4/07.
Certificate of Service dated 5/18/07. (clc)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
May 29, 2007 - ORDER (Clerk) granting motion to
proceed in forma pauperis by Appellant. The appeal
will be submitted to a panel for determination under
28 U.S.
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
June 8, 2007 - MOTION by Appellee to dismiss
appeal, filed. Answer due 6/25/07. Certificate of
Service dated 6/8/07. (clc)
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
June 19, 2007 - Answer to Motion to Dismiss by
Appellant Stanley J. Caterbone
Chapter 11 Appeal Hours
Caterbone v. U.S. Trustee
June 9, 2006 - Notice of Appeal to U.S. District Court Hours Billed For Civil
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal Judge Brody Appeal Fulton Bank Auto -Stay
Appeals
July 17, 2006 - Response to Fulton Bank Answer to
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeal
Appeals
August 5, 2006 - Judge Anity Brody ORDER Appeal
Hours Billed For Civil
Denied
Appeals
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal
April 5, 2007 - Appeal Hearing via Telephone at the
Caterbone v. DPW Food Lancaster County Assistance Office. CASE NO.
Hours Billed For Civil
8/7/2007 Stamps
#360234927-002
Appeals
April 10, 2007 - Prepare supporting documents for
Hours Billed For Civil
appeal.
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
April 9, 2007 - ORDER, Denying Appeal
Appeals
April 26, 2007 - Final Administrative Action Order,
Hours Billed For Civil
DENYING BENEFITS
Appeals
May 9, 2007 - Appeal Hearing and Adjudication via
Telephone held at the Lancaster County Assistance
Hours Billed For Civil
Office.
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
June 11, 2007 - Appeals Final Decision/FAA
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
July 2, 2007 - ORDER Denying Reconsideration
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
July 14, 2007 - Appeal to Commonwealth Court
Hours Billed For Civil
Rosen Appeals for Food Stamp Benefits
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Cooksey Appeals for Food Stamps
Appeals
Caterbone v. DPW Food Stamps
Obstruction of Justice - January 16, 2007 - File Civil Action and In Forma
Civil Litigation Hours
EI
Application Caterbone v. Totaro, et al
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
January 23, 2007 - File Exhibits to Complaint
Billed
January 23, 2007 - Appearence by Stephanie Carfly of Civil Litigation Hours
Barley Snyder, LLP, for Fulton Bank
Billed
January 24, 2007 - ORDER In Forma Pauperis
Civil Litigation Hours
DENIED for Frivilous by Judge Allison
Billed
January 25, 2007 - Notice of Rule 236 Notice sent by Civil Litigation Hours
Prothonetary
Billed
January 29, 2007 - Appeal for Reconsideration to
Civil Litigation Hours
ORDER of January 24, 2007 by Judge Allison
Billed
February 8, 2007 - Preliminary Objections filed by
Stepanie Carfly of Barley Snyder, LLP for Fulton Bank
February 20, 2007 - Brief filed by Stepanie Carfly of
Barley Snyder, LLP for Fulton Bank in support of
Preliminary Objections

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GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings

Qty

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount
$2,375.00

Credit
Amount

$125.00

$1,000.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$125.00
$3,250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$1,000.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$1,000.00

$125.00

$2,500.00

$250.00
$1,875.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$625.00

30

$125.00

$3,750.00

30

$125.00

$3,750.00
$11,250.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

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February 21, 2007 - Judge Allison ORDER DENIED
Appeal for Reconsideration
February 26, 2007 - Rule 236 Notice from
Prothonatary of ORDER dated January 24, 2007 which
was DENIED.
February 28, 2007 - File ANSWER to Fulton Bank's
Preliminary Objections
March 9, 2007- Filing Fees Remained Unpaid for 10
Days after Rule 236 - Judgement of Non Pros Filed by
Prothonatary
March 12, 2007- Christine Munion, Esq., files Entry of
Appearance for Donald Totaro, Lancaster County
Commissioners, Lancaster County Sheriff, Lancaster
County
March 13, 2007 - Praecipe filed to DEFENDANT
FULTON BANK'S PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS TO
PLAINTIFF'S COMPLAINT TO THE COURT FOR
DISPOSITION WITH CERTIFICATE OF SER

Item Description
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Unit
Price

Credit
Amount

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$625.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Obstruction of Justice - EI

$250.00
$7,375.00

January 8, 2007 - (Emergency) for emergency food


stamp benefits and other benefits filed by stanley j.
8/9/2007 Emergency Food Stamps Caterbone, plaintiff, pro se. And affidavit of financial
January 9, 2007 - Filed: and now, jan 8, 2007, upon
consideration of defendant's request to proceed in
forma pauperis,it is ordered that such request is
granted
January 16, 2007 - Praecipe for Appearance by Diana
Clark, for the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare
January 29, 2007 - Preliminary Objections Filed by
Diana Clark of DPW
January 30, 2007 - Brief in Support of Preliminary
Objections filed by Diana Clark and DPW
February 15, 2007 - File Answer to Preliminary
Objections

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$625.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed

Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours

May 29, 2007 - Notice of Appearance Before Business Civil Litigation Hours
Judge for Food Stamps to Reinaker, Recusal
Billed
May 30, 2007 - Notice of Appearance before Business Civil Litigation Hours
Judge, Judge Farina, refused to hear case
Billed
Emergency Food Stamps
Petition To Set Aside
Sale

Debit
Amount

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
March 16, 2007 - Filed Addendum to Defendants List Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
April 24, 2007 - Addendum to Complaint filed
Billed
May 11, 2007 - Judgement-Non Pros filed by Chrisine
Munion for Totaro as directed by Wenger,
Civil Litigation Hours
Prothonotary
Billed
May 24, 2007 - Notice of Appeal to Superior Court of Hours Billed For Civil
the Judgement of Non Pros
Appeals
June 6, 2007 - Notice of Concise Statement of
Matters Complained by June 21, 2007 by Judge
Hours Billed For Civil
Allison
Appeals
June 21, 2007 - Statement of Matters Complained
Hours Billed For Civil
filed
Appeals
July 2, 2007 - Response by Fulton Bank on Statement Hours Billed For Civil
of Matters Complained
Appeals
July 16, 2007 - OPINION filed by Judge Paul K. Allison Hours Billed For Civil
to Superior Court
Appeals
July 17, 2007 - Record Sent to Superior Court by
Lancaster County Prothonatary 950 MDA 951 MDA
July 18, 2007 - ORDER from Superior Court DISMISS
950 & 951
July 24, 2007 - Record Returned from the Superior
Court 950 & 951 Memorandum Filed

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January 2, 2007 - To proceed informa pauperis with


affidavit of financial service filed by Caterbone, pro
se. In support of petition to set aside sale
January 2, 2007 - Caption Caterbone v. Fulton Bank,
Lancaster County Sheriff Department
January 4, 2007 - In Forma Pauperis GRANTED by
Judge Dennis E. Reinaker
January 5, 2007 - Addition to Compliant (Please Add
To Complaint)
January 31, 2007 - Response Of fulton bank to
stanley j. Caterbone's petition to set aside sale of real
estate. Filed by: shawn m. Long, esq. Certificate of
ser

Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed
Civil Litigation
Billed

Hours

$250.00
$2,500.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

January 31, 2007 - Notice of Meeting Before Business Civil Litigation Hours
Judge Michael Georgelis filed by Shawn Long
Billed

$125.00

$375.00

February 1, 2007 - Meeting before Judge Georgelis


and ORDER TO DISMISS PETITION DENIED

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$625.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$500.00

Hours
Hours
Hours

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
February 6, 2007 - Reply to Response of Fulton Bank Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
February 6, 2007 - Notice of DENIAL to all parties
Billed
February 20, 2007 - From james d. Mccullough,
deputy prothonotary, superior court of pennsylvania.
Returned herein is the notice of appeal received in the Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
proth

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Item Description
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Petition To Set Aside Sale


March 8, 2006 - In mortgage foreclosure filed by
shawn m long esq(ma). The mortgage was recordedin
the office of the recorder of deeds of and for lancaster Civil Litigation Hours
coun
Billed
April 11, 2006 - Complaint. Filed by shawn m. Long,
esq. Reinstated as 1.directed by randall o. Wenger,
prothonotary. (2 copies to atty, 1 copy of complaint
Civil Litigation Hours
wit
Billed
May 1, 2006 - Complaint Served, Civil action
complaint upon stanley caterbone by personal service
Civil Litigation Hours
at lancaster county sheriff's office,50 north duke
Billed
street, lan
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
May 8, 2006 - Answer to Complaint filed
In support of plaintiff's
motion for judgment on
the pleadings. Filed by
shawn m. Long, esq.
Certificate of service of
June 6, 2006 - Brief
same.
June 6, 2006 - Motion by Fulton for judgement on the Civil Litigation Hours
pleadings filed by Shawn M. Long
Billed
June 28, 2006 - Praecipe filed to assign Plaintiff fulton
bank's motion for summary judgment to the court for Civil Litigation Hours
disposition as unopossed with certific
Billed
June 29, 2006 - ORDER Filed: and now, this 29th day
of june, 2006, upon consideration of plaintiff's motion
for judgment on the pleadings, as well as defendants
July 20, 2006 - Enter judgment on behalf of plaintiff
and against defendant, stanley j. Caterbone in the
amount of $97,425.07, plus continuing interest after
ma
July 25, 2006 - Filed Notice of Appeal to Superior
Court Case No.
July 28, 2006 - A hearing on the defendant's
application for in forma pauperis status will be held in
curtroom 5 at 9:00 a.m. on wednesday, august 9,
2006. By t
July 31, 2006 - Filed. Writ issued. Affidavit of nonmilitary service. Principal: $88,568.53; interest to
03/02/2006 at a rate of $14.56 per diem: $4,442.96;
ne

July 31, 2006 - Affidavit - rule 3129

July 31, 2006 - Notice of


August 1, 2006 - 220 stone hill road, a/k/a lot #5
stone hill rd., conestoga, conestoga township 56
December 20, 2006. Received check from barley
snyder i

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed

Unit
Price

Debit
Amount

$125.00

$250.00
$3,875.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$625.00

Civil Litigation
$1.00
Hours Billed $125.00
2

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed
2
$125.00
7/31/2006 Concerning
the real property located
at 220 stone hill road
a/k/a lot #5 stone hill
road, township of
conestog
Civil Litigation
$1.00
Hours Billed $125.00
7/31/2006 Sheriff's sale
of real property to
stanley j. Caterbone at
220 stone hill road,
conestoga, pa 17516.
Filed by shawn m. Long

Credit
Amount

$250.00

Civil Litigation
$1.00
Hours Billed $125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$125.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

$250.00

August 11, 2006 - Filed. The defendant has appealed


my june 29, 2006 order granting the plaintiff's motion Civil Litigation Hours
for judgment on the pleadings. He is directed to file
Billed

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

August 8, 2006 - Served Def. Stanley j. Caterbone,


personally, with a notice of sale and/or handbill at
lancaster county courthouse, 50 north duke st
August 11, 2006 - In Forma Pauperis With praecipe to
proceed in forma pauperis presented to court and
court enters order granting in forma pauperis status.
Mich

August 17, 2006 - Of notice of sheriff's sale by mail to


lienholders on aug. 11, 2006. Filed by shawn m.
Civil Litigation
Long, esq. Of the notice of sheriff sale upon defenda Billed
Civil Litigation
August 31, 2006 - Served Writ of Execution
Billed
September 5, 2006-OPINION Pursuant to pa.r.a.p.
1025(a) filed. By the court: michael a. Georgelis,
judge. Copies w/236 notice sent to: stanley j.
Civil Litigation
Caterbone, pro
Billed
September 6, 2006-The superior court of
pennsylvania - no. 1463 mda 2006. Copy of the list of
record documents sent to: stanley j. Caterbone, pro Civil Litigation
se and shawn m
Billed

Caterbone v. Lanc Co
3/1/2007 Prison et

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Hours
Hours

Hours

Hours

January 8, 2006-Certified copy of Order from the


superior court of pennsylvania - no. 1463 mda 2006 Civil Litigation Hours
filed. And now, this fourth day of january, 2007
Billed
Fulton v. Caterbone Foreclosur
Jan 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed

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$500.00
$5,375.00

120

$75.00

$9,000.00

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County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Mar 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Apr 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
May 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data

Item Description

6/17/2007

Aug 18 2006 RESPONSE to Fulton Bank's motion to


establish deadline for plff to file amended complaint in
accordance with the Court's order of 6/19/06,
Apr 10 2006 Motion for Continuance Caterbone v.
Lancaster County Prison, et al from Lancaster General
Hopital to Judge McLaughlin Granted
Caterbone v. Lanc Co Prison et
Sept 6, 2006 Notice of Appeal Third Circuit Court of
Appeals Case No. 06-3955 Legal Work Done On Pro
Se Civil Appeal Case
Sept 8, 2006 Letter from Third Circuit Legal Division
re Jurisdictional Dismissal
Sept 18 2006 Research and Analysis Notice of
Appearences Fultong Bank, Manheim Twp Police;
Fulton Bank Disclosure Statement
Sept 25 2006 Notice of Appearence Avalon Police
Dept
Sept 25 2006 Notice of Appearance Mellon Bank;
Disclosure Statement
Sept 28 2006 Reponse to Legal Division by Fulton
Bank in support of dismissal
Oct 2 2006 Notice of Appearance Lancaster County
Prison
Oct 11 2006 Reponse to Legal Division by Manheim
Twp Police Chris Underhill in support of dismissal

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Amount

Credit
Amount

Research Hours Billed

120

$75.00

$9,000.00

Research Hours Billed

120

$75.00

$9,000.00

Research Hours Billed

120

$75.00

$9,000.00

Research Hours Billed

60

$75.00

$4,500.00

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

30

$125.00

$3,750.00

Research Hours Billed

30

$75.00

$2,250.00

Court Time Hours Billed

30

$150.00

$4,500.00

Research Hours Billed

30

$75.00

$2,250.00

$125.00

$625.00

Research Hours Billed

30

$75.00

$2,250.00

Research Hours Billed

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

10

$125.00

$1,250.00

Research Hours Billed

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

Research Hours Billed

20

$75.00

$1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

15

$125.00

$1,875.00

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$125.00

May 2005 General Hours Billed For May 16 2005 Legal


Work Done On Caterbone v. Lancaster County Prison, Civil Litigation Hours
et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Pro Se Civil Case
Billed
Jun 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Jul 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Aug 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Sep 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Oct 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Nov 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Dec 2005 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Research Hours Billed
Jan 2006 General Hours Billed For Jan 23 2006 Legal
Work Caterbone v. Lancaster County Prison, et al 052288 Case Served Defendants per Judge Mclaughlin
Feb 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Mar 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Apr 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Apr 10 2006 Motion for Continuance Caterbone v.
Lancaster County Prison, et al from Lancaster General
Hopital to Judge McLaughlin Granted
May 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Jun 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Jun 1 2006 Motion for Ex Parte Meeting w/Judge
McLaughlin Caterbone v. Lancaster County Prison, et
al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Jun 14 2006 REPLY to Fulton Bank's response to plff's
motion for ex parte meeting with Honorable Mary A.
McLaughlin,
Jul 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data
Aug 2006 Research Billed for Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District Court 05-2288 Case
Finding of Facts and Data

Qty

Civil Litigation Hours


Billed

$625.00
$77,375.00

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
Hours Billed
Appeals
Hours Billed
Appeals
Hours Billed
Appeals
Hours Billed
Appeals
Hours Billed
Appeals

For Civil
For Civil
For Civil
For Civil
For Civil

Hours Billed For Civil


Appeals

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10

$125.00

$1,250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

$125.00

$250.00

$125.00

$375.00

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Apr 30 2007 Addendum to Appeal filed; Letter to
McLaughlin, DARPA, Parula Property Stolen
Caterbone v. Lanc Co Prison et

Item Description
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals
Hours Billed For Civil
Appeals

Unit
Price

$125.00

$125.00

Debit
Amount

Credit
Amount
$375.00
$625.00

$4,500.00

Total Amount Billed


To Date

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Date

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Customer ID

3/1/07

7001

05-2288

Line Description

Item Description

Jan 2005 Research Billed for


Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Feb 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Mar 2006 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Apr 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
May 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
May 2005 General Hours Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
For May 16 2005 Legal Work
Done On Caterbone v. Lancaster
County Prison, et al U.S. District
Court 05-2288 Pro Se Civil Case
Jun 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Jul 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Aug 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Sep 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Oct 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Nov 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Dec 2005 Research Billed for
Research Hours Billed
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Jan 2006 General Hours Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
For Jan 23 2006 Legal Work
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al 05-2288 Case
Served Defendants per Judge
Mclaughlin
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Credit Amn

120.00

75.00

9,000.00

120.00

75.00

9,000.00

120.00

75.00

9,000.00

120.00

75.00

9,000.00

60.00

75.00

4,500.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

30.00

125.00

3,750.00

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3/1/07

Invoice

7002

Customer ID

05-23059

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Item Description

Feb 2006 Research Billed for


Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Mar 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Apr 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Apr 10 2006 Motion for
Continuance Caterbone v.
Lancaster County Prison, et al
from Lancaster General Hopital
to Judge McLaughlin Granted
May 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Jun 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Jun 1 2006 Motion for Ex Parte
Meeting w/Judge McLaughlin
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case
Jun 14 2006 REPLY to Fulton
Bank's response to plff's motion
for ex parte meeting with
Honorable Mary A. McLaughlin,
Jul 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Aug 2006 Research Billed for
Caterbone v. Lancaster County
Prison, et al U.S. District Court
05-2288 Case Finding of Facts
and Data
Aug 18 2006 RESPONSE to
Fulton Bank's motion to establish
deadline for plff to file amended
complaint in accordance with the
Court's order of 6/19/06,
Apr 10 2006 Motion for
Continuance Caterbone v.
Lancaster County Prison, et al
from Lancaster General Hopital
to Judge McLaughlin Granted
Caterbone v. Lanc Co Prison et

Research Hours Billed

30.00

75.00

2,250.00

Court Time Hours Bill

30.00

150.00

4,500.00

Research Hours Billed

30.00

75.00

2,250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Research Hours Billed

30.00

75.00

2,250.00

Research Hours Billed

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Research Hours Billed

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

Research Hours Billed

20.00

75.00

1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

15.00

125.00

1,875.00

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

May 2005 Research Filing of


Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Petition for Bankruptcy, Russell
Kraft, Nettleton & Fenefrock
May 23 2005 File for Chapter 11 Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Bankruptcy Protection in Federal
Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania, Reading
June 21 2005 Notice of Appeal
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone
Regarding 6/13/2005
Order
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
Page
20
17 of 44
50
Dismissing Case for Debtor's

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

77,375.00
20.00

125.00

2,500.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

Wednesday
Saturday,
November
November30,
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Item Description

Dismissing Case for Debtor's


Failure to Timely File Required
Documents to
Jun 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Jul 1 2005 In Reading Appellant Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Designation of Contents For
Inclusion in Record On Appeal,
and Findings of Fact Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone .
(Attachments: #
Jul 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Aug 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Sep 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Oct 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Nov 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Dec 2005 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Dec 15 2005 Amended Schedules Chapter 11 Hours Bill
F & G Filed by Amended Matrix
Stanley J. Caterbone ; Receipt
Number 20074028, Fee Amount
$26.00. (P., Cathy) (Entered:
12/16/2005)
Jan 2006 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Feb 2006 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Apr 2006 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
May 2006 Administration,
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Jun 2006 Administration,
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
Page 21
18 of 44
50Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reporting and Communication

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

10.00
125.00November
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Invoice

Customer ID

Line Description
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Jun 29 2006 Hearing Held - RE:
Motion to Dismiss Case, or
Conversion of Case to Chapter 7
Filed by United States Trustee (
Jul 2006 Administration,
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Aug 2006 Administration,
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Sep 2006 Administration,
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
Jan 2007 Administration,
Reporting and Communication
with Creditors and Accounts
Payables for Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Case 05-23059
AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

3/16/07

3/16/07

06-cv-5138

1462-MDA-2006

Item Description

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

Court Time Hours Bill

7.00

150.00

1,050.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

25,800.00

Nov 20, 2006 - General Hours


Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Appeal Case
Harbeas Corpus filed from
Lancaster County Prison on
November 17, 2006
January 19, 2007 - ADDENDUM
to 2241 Habeas Corpus Petition
by STANLEY J. CATERBONE.
Certificate of Service, (gs)
(Entered: 01/22/2007)
April 17, 2007 - ORDER THAT
THE CLERK SHALL
PROMPTLY FURNISH
PETITIONER WITH THE IN
FORMA PAUPERIS
APPLICATION FORM AND
PETITIONER SHALL EITHER
COMPLETE AND RET
May 31, 2007 - EXHIBIT to 28
U.S.C. Section 2241 Habeas
Corpus Petition by STANLEY J.
CATERBONE. Certificate of
Service (gs) (Entered:
06/01/2007)
June 4, 2007 - EXHIBIT to
U.S.C. Sec. 2241 Habeas Copus
Petition by STANLEY J.
CATERBONE. (gs) (Entered:
06/04/2007)
Federal Habeau Corpus

Hours Billed For Civil

15.00

125.00

1,875.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Aug 2006 General Hours Billed


For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Sep 2006 General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Caterbone v. Penn DOT

Civil Litigation Hours

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

3,000.00

3/16/07
CI-06-07376
Aug 2 2006 General
Hours22
Billed
ADVANCED
Advanced
Media
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
Page
19
of 44
50Civil Litigation Hours
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se

2,250.00
10.00
125.00November
Wednesday
Saturday,
November30,
7,

1,250.00
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For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Filed Complaint
Aug 24 2006 General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case Filed Default
Notice
Caterbone v. Caterbone,Michael

3/16/07

3/16/07

3/16/07

CI-06-06658

CI-06-07188

CI-06-03401

Item Description

Qty

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

Unit Price Debit Amnt

125.00

Credit Amn

250.00

1,500.00

Jul 14 2006 General Hours Billed


For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Filed Complaint & In
Forma Pauperis Denied by
Georgelis
Aug 25 General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Refiled In Forma
Pauperis Granted by Cullen
Sep 5 2006 General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Appeal Case Filed Appeal
to Superior Court of
Pennsylvania
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Appeal Case Transfered from
Superior Court to Commonwealth
Court of Common Pleas
Caterbone v. Penn DOT

Civil Litigation Hours

15.00

125.00

1,875.00

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Jul 26 2006 General Hours Billed


For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Filed Complaint with
Advanced Media Group
10 Aug 2006 General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Chapter 11 Case
Transfered to Chapter 11 Case by
PP&L
Caterbone v. PP&L Electric

Civil Litigation Hours

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

125.00

3,750.00

Feb 2005 General Hours Billed


Civil Litigation Hours
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Meetings &
Communications with Chief of
Southern Regional Police Fiorill
Mar 2005 General Hours Billed
Civil Litigation Hours
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Meetings &
Communications with Chief of
Southern Regional Police Fiorill
Apr 4 2006 General Hours Billed Civil Litigation Hours
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case Prepared Complaint
and Email to Don Totaro,
Lancaster County DA
Apr 11 2006 General Hours
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case Filed
Complaint
Apr 28 2006 Ammend Complaint Civil Litigation Hours
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
May 15 2006 General Hours
Civil Litigation Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case Certificate of
Service Personal Delivery to
William Cambell of Quarryville
Jun 10 2006 Motion for
Civil Litigation Hours
Continuance General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case Page 23
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
20 of 44
50

1,125.00
15.00

125.00

1,875.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

20.00

125.00

2,500.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

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Saturday,
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3/16/07

3/16/07

Invoice

Customer ID

CI-06-08490

Item Description

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

Jun 15 2006 Reponsive Brief to


Preliminary Objections General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Jul 25 2006 Appealed to Superior
Court of Pennsylvania General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal
Case
Aug 09 Lancaster County Court
of Common Pleas Time For
Court Appearance and Litigation
Shawn Long Appeared at
Defendants Table before Court,
walked out
Oct 30 2006 Filed Amended
Complaint from Bausman Post
Office, General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Appeal Case
Nov 7 2006 Filed for
Continuance from Lancaster
County Prison General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Caterbone v. Southern Regional

Civil Litigation Hours

12.00

125.00

1,500.00

Hours Billed For Civil

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Court Time Hours Bill

4.00

150.00

600.00

Hours Billed For Civil

12.00

125.00

1,500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Sep 1 2006 Complaint & In


Forma Pauperis Filed General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case IFP
Granted Judge Ashworth
Mar 26 2007 File Response to
Preliminary Objections to
Lancaster County Court of
Common Pleas General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Caterbone v. Millersville Poli

Civil Litigation Hours

15.00

125.00

1,875.00

Civil Litigation Hours

20.00

125.00

2,500.00

12,100.00

4,375.00

Sep 11 2006 Filed Complaint &


Civil Litigation Hours
In Forma Pauperis General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case IFP Denied by
Judge Reinaker
Sep 14 2006 Second In Forma
Civil Litigation Hours
Pauperis Application Filed &
Approved by Judge Joseph
Madenspacher
Caterbone v. Benjamin Roda

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

Aug 1 2006 Complaint &


Civil Litigation Hours
Informa Pauperis Filed with
Advanced Media Group General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Case, IFP Granted by Georgeli
Aug 24 2006 Important Notice of Civil Litigation Hours
Default Filed - General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Sep 27 2006 Filed Reply to
Civil Litigation Hours
Preliminary Objections - General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Oct 23 Filed Brief in Support of
Civil Litigation Hours
Arbitration - General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Civil Case
Nov 7 2006 Filed Motion for 60
Civil Litigation Hours
Day Continuance Page
- General
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
24
21 of 44
50
Hours Billed For Legal Work

20.00

125.00

2,500.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

7.00

125.00

875.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3/16/07

CI-06-08742

Line Description

CI-06-07330

1,500.00

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Item Description

Hours Billed For Legal Work


Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 7 2007 Filed Amended
Civil Litigation Hours
Complaint - General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Caterbone v. Harleysville et
3/16/07

3/16/07

3/16/07

3/17/07

3/17/07

3/18/07

CI-05-03403

CI-06-03349

CI-06-04939

TR-0003557-2006

TR-0004428-2006

CP-36-SA0000141-2005

Qty

7.00

Unit Price Debit Amnt

125.00

Credit Amn

875.00

5,500.00

Apr 11 2006 Filed Complaint Civil Litigation Hours


General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Jun 6 2006 Filed Important
Civil Litigation Hours
Notice of Default - General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Caterbone v. Grassell, Thomas

15.00

125.00

1,875.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

Apr 10 2006 Filed Complaint,


Civil Litigation Hours
walked to Courthouse directly
after discharge from Hospital General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Apr 28 2006 Filed Amended
Civil Litigation Hours
Complaint - General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Caterbone v. Lancaster General

25.00

125.00

3,125.00

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

May 24 2006 Filed Complaint & Civil Litigation Hours


In Forma Pauperis Application General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
IFP Denied by Judge Reinaker
Caterbone v. Pflumm,Mike et al

8.00

2006 General Hours Billed For


Hours Billed For Crim
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case Downtown
Lancaster Parking Meter
Violation MDJ Simms
2006 Time For Court Appearance Court Time Hours Bill
and Litigation For Parking Meter
Violation
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone

5.00

125.00

625.00

3.00

150.00

450.00

Aug 2006 General Hours Billed


For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case Downtown
Lancaster Parking Meter
Violation MDJ Simms
Oct 5 2006 Time For Court
Appearance and Litigation MDJ
Simms Parking Meter Violation
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone

Hours Billed For Crim

5.00

125.00

625.00

Court Time Hours Bill

3.00

150.00

450.00

May 10 2005 General Hours


Hours Billed For Crim
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case
18$2709$$A3 Harassment w/Tim
Decker Killing of Cat SRPD
Humane Legue Witness
Sep 28 2005 General Hours
Hours Billed Criminal
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Notice of Appeal Stolen From
Mail, Never Appeared For Trial,
Judge Allison
Fines $442.00 Paid General
Hours Billed Criminal
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
Page 25
22 of 44
50

2,375.00

4,125.00
125.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,075.00

1,075.00
10.00

125.00

1,250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

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Saturday,
November
November30,
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Line Description

Item Description

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
3/18/07

3/18/07

CP-36-MD0000010-2007

CP-36-CR0003179-2006

Jan 09 2007 General Hours


Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Filed Nunc Pro Tunc, Denied by
Reainaker
Jan 19 2007 General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Refiled, Denied Again
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone

Credit Amn

1,875.00
Hours Billed Criminal

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed Criminal

2.00

125.00

250.00

Jul 5 2006 PrelimiHearing


Hours Billed For Crim
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case MDJ Hamilton, Fire M.
Bomberger, Public Defender,
MDJ Hamilton Guilty
Oct 12 2006 Pretrial Conference Court Time Hours Bill
Case Continued Judge Allison
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case $75$3733$$A M2
Nov 09 2006 Pretrial Conference Court Time Hours Bill
Case Continued Judge Allison
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case From Lanc Co Prison
Dec 14 2006 Call of the Trial List Court Time Hours Bill
Continued Judge Ashworth
(Cullen) General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case From Lanc Co
Prison
Jan 22 2007 Call of the Trial List Court Time Hours Bill
Scheduled for Trial Judge Farina
(Cullen) General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case Janice Longer
Appo
Time For Court Appearance and Court Time Hours Bill
Litigation
Feb 23 2006 Complaint Filed to
Hours Billed For Crim
Lancaster County Bar v. Janice
Longer General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Feb 26 Call of the Trial List
Court Time Hours Bill
Scheduled for Trial General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Feb 28 2006 Filed Response to
Hours Billed For Crim
Longer Petition to Withdraw
From Case General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Mar 1 2007 General Hours Billed Hours Billed For Crim
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case Meeting with
Janice Longer To Prepare
Mar 4 2007 Trial Court Judge
Hours Billed For Crim
Cullen Continued Case to April
Court ScheduleTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Mar 4 2007 File Supreme Court
Hours Billed For Crim
Diciplinary Complaint v. Janice
Longer General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Mar 22 2007 Research
& 26
Review
Advanced Media
ADVANCED
MEDIA
Group
GROUP
Pro SePro
Billings
Se Billings
Page
23 of 44
50Hours Billed For Crim
Pa Consolodated Statutes

500.00
12.00

125.00

1,500.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

6.00

125.00

750.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

3.00 Saturday,
125.00November
375.00
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Item Description

Pa Consolodated Statutes
Annotated at Law Library
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Mar 26 Letter to Janice Longer & Hours Billed For Crim
Review Motion to Dismiss
QuashGeneral Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Court Time Hours Bill
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
3/18/07

CP-36-CR0002843-2006

Dec 5 2005 Preliminary Hearing Hours Billed For Crim


Judge Reuter, Bezzard had to
Refile or Dismiss General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case East
Lampeter Twp
May 18 2006 Lancaster County
Hours Billed For Crim
DA Office Refile Charges
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case 4 Charges-Harras Dis
Ord,Theft,Harrasment
Time For Court Appearance and Court Time Hours Bill
Litigation
Jun 23 2006 Meeting with Matt
Hours Billed For Crim
Bomberger, Public Defender
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Jul 26 2006 Fromal Arraignment Court Time Hours Bill
Lanaster County Court of
Common PleasTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Jul 26 2006 File In Forma
Hours Billed For Crim
Pauperis Granted General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case
Aug 2 2006 File Motion Bill of
Hours Billed For Crim
Particulars Discovery General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Sep 14 2006 Pretrial Conference Court Time Hours Bill
Judge AllisonTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Oct 20 2006 Call of the Trial List Court Time Hours Bill
Judge Farina Time For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Nov 27 2006 Call of the Trial
Court Time Hours Bill
List Judge FarinaTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation From
Lancaster County Prison
Nov to Dec 2006 Research Billed Research Hours Billed
For Case From Lancaster County
Prison Law Library
Dec 4 2006 Trial Judge Farina
Court Time Hours Bill
Sent to 1250 Fremont & 220
Stone Hill Rd to get files Time
For Court Appearance and
Litigation Dismiss Harassment,
Change to Summa
Dec 5 2007 Trial Time For Court Court Time Hours Bill
Appearance and Litigation Guilty
Harrasment & Disorderly
Conduct, Not Guilty Thef of
Service
Dec 2007 Filed Appeals &
Hours Billed Criminal
Motions General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done
On27
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Criminal Appeal Case From

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

2.00

125.00

0.10

150.00

Credit Amn

250.00

15.00
8,990.00

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

10.00

150.00

1,500.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

4.00

150.00

600.00

5.00

150.00

750.00

5.00

150.00

750.00

7.00

75.00

525.00

7.00

150.00

1,050.00

5.00

150.00

750.00

6.00

125.00

750.00

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Criminal Appeal Case From
Lancaster County Prison
Jan 4 2007 Notict of Appeal to
Superior Court Case No. MDA
125 General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 26 2007 Meet with Court
Reporters Office to Get
Electronic Version of Transcript
& ReGeneral Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Feb 7 2007 Meet with Andrew
Wagner of Court Collections
Office for Payment of Fines and
Costs and Remove Payment Due
Feb 23 2007 Meet with Andrew
Wagner of Court Collections to
Have Payment Due Removed
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone

3/18/07

3/18/07

CP-36-SA0000028-2007

CP-36-SA0000028-2007

Aug 2006 Filed U.S. Post Office


Correspondence & Complaint to
SRPDTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Oct 30 2007 Plead Not Guilty to
MDJ Eckert Picked Up by
Constables General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Nov 14 2006 File Habeus Corpus
to U.S. District Court of Eastern
District of PA General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Lanc Pri
Dec 2006 Research Billed For
Case From Lancaster County
Prison Law Library
Dec 8 2006 Filed Writ of
Mandamus From Lancaster
County PrisonGeneral Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case
Jan 4 2007 Filed Motion for
Continuance/Change Venue
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case Moved From Eckert to
Stotlzfus
Jan 18 2007 Trial MDJ
StoltzfusTime For Court
Appearance and Litigation Guilty
Harr, Dis Con, Obs, Dismiss
DUSus Fin Responsi Fine $954
Joe Caterbone
Jan 25 2007 Filed Trial De Novo
Appeal to Lancaster County
Court of Common Pleas General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Item Description

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

Hours Billed Criminal

4.00

125.00

500.00

Hours Billed Criminal

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed Criminal

4.00

125.00

500.00

Hours Billed Criminal

2.00

125.00

250.00

11,650.00
Court Time Hours Bill

10.00

150.00

1,500.00

Hours Billed For Crim

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed Criminal

7.00

125.00

875.00

Research Hours Billed

5.00

75.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Crim

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Hours Billed For Crim

3.00

125.00

375.00

Court Time Hours Bill

6.00

150.00

900.00

Hours Billed Criminal

5.00

125.00

625.00

Aug 15 2006 Hearing MDJ


Hours Billed For Crim
Commins Robert M. Fedor
General Hours Billed
For 28
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Work Done On Pro Se Criminal

6,275.00
5.00

125.00

625.00

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Work Done On Pro Se Criminal


Case 2 Girls Walking Guilty Fine
$315.66
Dec 15 2006 Summary Appeal
Hours Billed Criminal
Trial Judge Perezous Found
Guilty ?? April 2 Day of Daylight
Person Broke Into 220 Stone Hill
Road, Mike on Cell Phone,
Kennet SPoli
Common of PA v S. Caterbone
3/18/07

3/18/07

CP-36-CR0000160-2006

CP-36-MD0000006-2007

Jul 14 2006 Hearing MDJ


Hamilton General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case Fines $367.50
Jul 25 2006 Notice of Summary
Appeal to Court of Common
PleasGeneral Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Nov 14 2006 Filed Motion for
Continuance From Lancaster
County PrisonJudge Cullen
Denied General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Dec 2006 Lancaster County
Prison Law Library Research
Billed For Case
Dec 5 2006 Trial Judge Perezous
Granted Motion For Continuance
Time For Court Appearance and
Litigation
Dec 22 2006 Motion for
Transcripts Filed from Lancaster
County Prison General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 21 2007 Filed Motion For
Continuance Granted Judge
Perezous General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Qty

3.00

Unit Price Debit Amnt

125.00

Credit Amn

375.00

1,000.00

Hours Billed For Crim

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Hours Billed Criminal

4.00

125.00

500.00

Hours Billed Criminal

3.00

125.00

375.00

Research Hours Billed

5.00

75.00

375.00

Court Time Hours Bill

4.00

150.00

600.00

Hours Billed Criminal

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed Criminal

4.00

125.00

500.00

Dec 22 2007 Filed Writ of


Hours Billed For Crim
Mandamus v. MDJ Eckert From
Lancaster County Prison General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Case
Dec 22 2007 Filed Writ of
Hours Billed For Crim
Mandamus v. MDJ Commins
From Lancaster County Prison
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Jan 09 2007 Filed Motion for
Hours Billed For Crim
Change of Venue Deinied Judge
Reinaker General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Jan 11 2007 Motion for
Hours Billed For Crim
Continance Filed Denied Judge
Reinaker General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Case
Jan 17 2007 Motion for
Hours Billed For Crim
Reconsideration Filed Denied
Judge Reinaker General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Case
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3,600.00
6.00

125.00

750.00

6.00

125.00

750.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

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Common of PA v S. Caterbone
3/18/07

3/20/07

3/20/07

3/20/07

3/20/07

3/20/07

3/20/07

CP-36-CR0000055-2006

CP-36-CR0000051-2007

CP-36-CR0000012-2007

CP-36-CR0000011-2007

CP-36-CR0000010-2007

CP-36-CR0000011-2007

05-3689

Jan 19 2007 Filed Motion to


Proceed In Forma Pauperis
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Credit Amn

2,875.00
Hours Billed For Crim

2.00

125.00

250.00

250.00

Jan 12 2007 File Change of


Hours Billed Criminal
Venue/ Continuance MDEckert
Citations Denied by Judge Cullen
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

4.00

Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to


File Nunc Pro Tunc for MDJ
Simms Citations General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal

4.00

Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to


File Nunc Pro Tunc for MDJ
Simms Citations General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal

Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to


File Nunc Pro Tunc for MDJ
Simms Citations General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal

Jan 05 2007 Filed Application to


File In Forma Pauperis for MDJ
Simms Citations General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal

125.00

500.00

500.00
125.00

500.00

500.00
4.00

125.00

500.00

500.00
4.00

125.00

500.00

500.00

July 15, 2005 - Certificate of


Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Appeal of STANLEY
CATERBONE from the order of
Bankruptcy Judge Thomas M.
Twardowski. (tj, ) (Entered:
07/18/2005)
July 15, 2005 - Briefing Schedule Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
7/18/05 Entered and copies
mailed, (tj, ) (Entered:
07/18/2005)
July 28, 2005 - BRIEF TO
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
ORDER TO DISMISS ON
6/13/05 by STANLEY
CATERBONE. (ami, ) (Entered:
07/29/2005)
September 23, 2005 - ORDER
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
TO SHOW CAUSE BY
OCTOBER 3, 2005, WHY IN
LIGHT OF
DEBTOR-APPELLANT'S
NOTICE OF APPEAL (BKY.
DOCKET #12) AND BRIEF
(DOCKET #3), THIS C
October 3, 2005 - RESPONSE
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
TO THE ORDER TO SHOW
CAUSE WHY THE
DEBTOR'S
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2.00

125.00

250.00

250.00
4.00

125.00

500.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

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BANKRUPTCY CASE
SHOULD NOT BE
REINSTATED by UNITED
STATES TRUSTEE,
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
October 6, 2005 - ORDER THAT Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
THIS CASE IS REINSTATED
IN THE U.S. BANKRUPTCY
COURT FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT PROVIDED THAT
DEBTOR- APPELLANT
COMPLY WITH THE RULES
November 7, 2005 - Original
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Bankruptcy Record returned to
the Bankruptcy Court for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania,
(afm, ) (Entered: 1 1/08/2005)
November 14, 2005 - Letter from Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
re: received original record on
11/10/05. (afm, ) (Entered:
11/14/2005)
Chapter 11 Dismissal Appeal
3/20/07

3/20/07

06-1538

06-4154

May 15 2006 File Appeal to


Automatic Stay Order of Judge
Fehling to Judge Anita Brody
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal

Hours Billed Criminal

Sept 18, 2006 - Certificate of


Hours Billed For Civil
Appeal of STANLEY J.
CATERBONE, ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP from the order
of Bankruptcy Judge Richard E.
Fehling. (tj,) (Entered: 09/18
October 10, 2007 - Certificate of Hours Billed For Civil
Appeal of STANLEY J.
CATERBONE, ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP from the order
of Bankruptcy Judge Richard E.
Fehling. (tj,) (Entered: 09
October 17, 2007 - Brief in
Hours Billed For Civil
Opposition re 3 Appellant's Brief
by PPL ELECTRIC UTILITIES.
(HENRY, MICHAEL) Modified
on 10/18/2006 (np). (Entered:
10/17/2006)
November 15, 2007 - MOTION
Hours Billed For Civil
FOR CONTINUANCE FILED
BY STANLEY J.
CATERBONE.(gs) Additional
attachment(s) added on
12/13/2006 (mo,). (Entered:
11/16/2006) fro
General Hours Billed For Legal
Hours Billed For Civil
Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Appeal Case
February 7, 2007 - MOTION
Hours Billed For Civil
FOR CONTINUANCE FILED
BY STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE,CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE.(ac, ) (Entered:
02/09/2007)
February 21, 2007 - ORDER that Hours Billed For Civil
APPELLANT STANLEY J.
CATERBONE'S MOTION FOR
A CONTINUANCE IS
GRANTED. APPELLANT
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Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

3,125.00
20.00

125.00

2,500.00

2,500.00
5.00

125.00

625.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

1.50

125.00

187.50

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

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FILE A REPLY BRIEF IN THE
ABOVE-CAPTIONED CAS
April 13, 2007 - MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE. (SEE 05-2288, PAPER
NO. 50).(ac, ) (Entered:
04/13/2007)
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil
Appeal Case

Item Description

Qty

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

Chapter 11 Amend Dismissal


3/22/07

3/22/07

MDA 125-2006

TR-0000085--2006

Jan 4 2007 Filed Notice of


Appeal to Superior Court Filed at
Lancaster County Clerk of
CoGeneral Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Jan 11 2007 Filed Motion For
Continuance Granted General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Feb 12 2997 Filed Concise
Statement of Matters
Complainted on Appeal General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Mar 27 2007 Meeting with
Lancaster County Clerk of Courts
Review & Correct Index of
RecorGeneral Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Credit Amn

375.00
3,312.50

Hours Billed Criminal

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed Criminal

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed Criminal

12.00

125.00

1,500.00

Hours Billed Criminal

3.00

125.00

375.00

Jun 28 2006 Hearing Preparation Hours Billed For Crim


General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Jun 28 2007 Hearing at 1281 S
Court Time Hours Bill
28th St. Harrisburg Guilty MDJ
Smith Time For Court
Appearance and Litigation
Oct ?? 2006 Phone Call & Letter Hours Billed For Crim
For Payment of Fine & Costs
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Case
Jan 1 2007 Letter to MDJ Smith
Hours Billed Criminal
Re Payment of Fines General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Jan 15 2007 Filed Application
Hours Billed Criminal
For Leave Nunc Pro TuncGeneral
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Criminal Appeal
Case
Feb 15 2007 Filed In Forma
Hours Billed Criminal
Pauperis In Dauphin County
Court of Common Pleas Granted
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Criminal
Appeal Case
Mar 8 2007 Filed Notice of
Hours Billed Criminal
Appeal to Superior Court in
Dauphin County Court
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435-2007 General Hours Billed

2,625.00
4.00

125.00

500.00

5.00

150.00

750.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

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435-2007 General Hours Billed


For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v. S. Caterbone
3/22/07

3/28/07

3/28/07

MDA 435-2007

248 MAL 2007

06-cv-4734

Credit Amn

3,250.00

Mar 25 2007 Filed Docketing


Statement to Superior Court of
Pennsylvania General Hours
Billed For Legal Work Done On
Pro Se Criminal Appeal Case
Common of PA v S. Caterbone

Hours Billed Criminal

Mar 27 2007 File Response to


Fulton Bank Motion to Dismiss
Case General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Appeal Case
Fulton Bank v Caterbone, Stan

Hours Billed For Civil

4.00

125.00

500.00

500.00

110/20/2006 - File Federal False Civil Litigation Hours


Claims Act, No Complaint Copy
Satute FMG, AMG, Global,
Radio Science Laboratories,
Power Productions v. ISC,
Attorney General,
11/16/2006 - MOTION for Leave Civil Litigation Hours
to Proceed in forma pauperis filed
by STANLEY J.
CATERBONE.(tj, ) (Entered:
10/23/2006)
11/16/2006 - ORDER THAT
Civil Litigation Hours
PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR
LEAVE TO PROCEED IN
FORMA PAUPERIS IS
GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER
ORDERED THAT THIS CASE
IS DISMISSED FOR FAILURE
TO S
COMPLAINT AGAINST
Civil Litigation Hours
ATTORNEY GENERAL,
INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL &
CONTROL, PLC FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE, ADVANCED MEDIA
GROUP, LTD., ADVANCED
MEDIA GROUP,
02/07/2007 - MOTION FOR
Civil Litigation Hours
CONTINUANCE FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE,CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE.(ac, ) (Entered:
02/09/2007)
Mar 16 2007 Letter to U.S.
Civil Litigation Hours
Senator Arlen Specter Regarding
Obstruciton of Justice General
Hours Billed For Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 12 2007 Meet Lisa Owings
Civil Litigation Hours
staffer on Judiciary Comitte from
Senator Specter at Chamber
Building General Hours Billed
For Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
Mar 13 2007 Letter to Lisa
Civil Litigation Hours
Owings of Senator Specter Office
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
Mar 19 2007 Letter to Lisa
Civil Litigation Hours
Owings of Senator Specter Office
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro
Se Civil
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3.00

125.00

375.00

375.00
6.00

125.00

750.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

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Mar 20 2007 Letter to Lisa


Owings of Senator Specter Office
General Hours Billed For Legal
Work Done On Pro Se Civil Case
03/23/2007 - ORDER THAT
THE PLAINTIFF SHALL
SUBMIT A COPY OF HIS
MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE BY 4/6/07.
SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A.
MCLAUGHLIN ON 3/22/07.
3/23/07 ENTERE
Mar 24 2007 Letter to Senator
Specter General Hours Billed For
Legal Work Done On Pro Se
Civil Case
04/05/2007 - ORDER MOTION
FOR CONTINUANCE IS
DENIED AS MOOT. ON
NOVEMBER 16, 2006, THE
COURT DISMISSED THE
CASE FOR FAILURE TO
STATE A CLAIM
PURUSUANT TO 28
04/13/2007 - MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE FILED BY
STANLEY J. CATERBONE,
PRO SE. (SEE 05-2288, PAPER
NO. 50).(ac, ) (Entered:
04/23/2007 - ORDER THAT
PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE IS DENIED
AS MOOT. SIGNED BY
JUDGE MARY A.
MCLAUGHLIN ON
04/16/07.04/16/07 ENTERED
AND COPIES MAILED
04/26/2007 - ORDER THAT
PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR
AN EX PARTE MEETING IS
DENIED. SIGNED BY JUDGE
MARY A. MCLAUGHLIN ON
04/25/07.
05/05/2007 - ADDENDUM TO
COMPLAINT BY STANLEY J.
CATERBONE., PRO SE.(ac,)
(Entered: 05/07/2007)
Federal False Claims Act

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

October 18, 2006 - MOTION for Civil Litigation Hours


Leave to Proceed in forma
pauperis filed by STANLEY J.
CATERBONE.AFFIDAVIT.(ks,)
(Entered: 10/19/2006)
October 18, 2006 - Filed Civil
Civil Litigation Hours
Action re Obstruction of Justice
and RICO
November 17, 2006 - ORDER
Civil Litigation Hours
THAT MOTION FOR LEAVE
TO PROCEED IN FORMA
PAUPERIS IS GRANTED. IT IS
FURTHER ORDERED THAT
PLAINTIFF SHALL AMEND
HIS COMPLAINT SO AS TO
November 17, 2006 - ORDER
Civil Litigation Hours
THAT PLAINTIFF'S MOTION
FOR CONTINUANCE IS
GRANTED. THE CLERK OF
COURT MARK THIS" ACTION
CLOSED FOR STATISTICAL
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3,875.00
3.00

125.00

375.00

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

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Customer ID

06-3955

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Qty

November 17, 2006 - Complaint


against DEFENDANTS
MAYNARD HAMILTON, JR,
DENISE COMMINS, RICHARD
H. SIMMS, STEVEN MYLIN,
WILLIAM G. REUTER,
MICHAEL SMITH, RONALD
January 19,2007 - ORDER
THAT THE
ABOVE-CAPTIONED CASE
SHALL REMAIN IN CIVIL
SUSPENSE UNTIL 4/19/07.
SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A.
MCLAUGHLIN ON 1/19/07.
1/19/07 ENTER
April 3, 2007 - ADDENDUM
TO COMPLAINT filed by
STANLY J. CATERBONE. Cert,
of Service. (PRO SE) (pr, )
(Entered: 04/03/2007)
April 13, 2007 - STANLY J.
CATERBONE'S MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE (#50 in
06-cv-4154).(fdc) (Entered:
04/13/2007)
April 16, 2007 - ORDER THAT
PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR
CONTINUANCE IS
GRANTED. THIS CASE
SHALL REMAIN IN CIVIL
SUSPSENSE UNTIL 6/19/07.
SIGNED BY JUDGE MARY A.
MCLA
April 26, 2007 - ORDER THAT
THE PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST
FOR AN EX PARTE MEETING
IS DENIED. SIGNED BY
JUDGE MARY A.
MCLAUGHLIN ON 4/25/07.
4/26/07 ENTERED AND
COPIES
May 7, 2007 - Addendum to
Complaint by STANLY J.
CATERBONE (#1 1 in
06-CV-4154). (fdc) (Entered:
05/07/2007)
June 18, 2007 - Motion For
Continuance
June 25, 2007 - Motion For
Continuance Granted, Provide
Status by August 31, 2007
Caterbone v. Wenger et al

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

4.00

125.00

500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

September 6, 2007 - CIVIL


Hours Billed For Civil
CASE DOCKETED Notice filed
by Stanley J. Caterbone.
RECORD, received, (clc
September 8, 2007 - LEGAL
Hours Billed For Civil
DIVISION LETTER SENT
advising appeal has been listed
for possible dismissal, (zm)
September 18, 2007 Hours Billed For Civil
APPEARANCE from Attorney
Christopher S. Underhill on
behalf of Appellee Manheim Twp
Pol, filed, (clc)
September 18, 2007 Hours Billed For Civil
APPEARANCE from Attorney
Stephanie Carfley on behalf of
Appellee Fulton Bank, filed, (clc)
September 18, 2007
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4,750.00
3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT on
behalf of Appellee Fulton Bank,
filed, (clc)
September 19, 2006 - FOLLOW
UP LETTER to Robert W.
Hallinger, Walter H. Swayze,
Patricia Baxter, George M.
Gowen and Stuart A. Weiss
requesting the following do
September 25, 2006 APPEARANCE from Attorney
William H. Howard on behalf of
Appellee Avalon Pol Dept, filed.
(Iwc)
September 25, 2006 APPEARANCE from Attorney
William H. Howard on behalf of
Appellee Avalon Pol Dept, filed.
(Iwc)
September 29, 2006 DISCLOSURE STATEMENT on
behalf of Appellee Comm Natl
Bank, filed, (clc)
October 2, 2006 APPEARANCE from Attorney
Robert W. Hallinger on behalf of
Appellee Lancaster Cty Prison,
filed, (clc)
October 11, 2006 - RESPONSE
to Legal Division letter for
possible dismissal, on behalf of
Appellee Manheim Twp Pol,
filed. Certificate of Service dated
10/6/06
December 1, 2006 - Notice
received from district court that
IFF has been granted to Stanley J.
Caterbone . (clc)
April 30, 2007 - Document filed
by Appellant titled "Addendum to
Appeal, filed, (clc)
Appeal Order Amend 2288
Compl

6/1/07

6/1/07

06-5117

7003

CI-07-03924

September 1, 2007 - Notice of


Appeal to U.S. District Court
Anita Brody
September 10, 2007 - Judge
Fehling Memorandum and
Opinion Filed
November 27, 2007 - PP&L
Motion To Dismiss to Judge
Anita Brody
May 31, 2007 - Judge Anita
Brody Reply Letter to M Henry
PP&L Attorney
May 31, 2007 - Appellant
Response to Appellee Motion to
Dismiss
June 18, 2007 - Judge Anita
Brody ORDER Denial, Move to
Dissmiss Appeal File Appeal to
Third Circuit within 60 days
Chapter 11 PP&L Dismissal
Appe

Item Description

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Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00
2,375.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

5.00

125.00

625.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

6.00

125.00

750.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

2.00

125.00

250.00

May 1, 2007 - File Complaint and Civil Litigation Hours


In Forma Pauperis Application
May 4, 2007 - IFP Denied, Error Civil Litigation Hours
in Caption
May 7, 2007- Refile
In Forma
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8.00

125.00

1,000.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00 Saturday,
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Pauperis Application
May 9, 2007 - In Forma Pauperis
Granted
May 24, 2007 - Entry of
Appearence Samuel Cortes of
Rothschild, LLP for Sam
Lombardo
May 29, 2007 - Entry of
Appearence and Answer from
Kirsten Worley for Office Max
May 31, 2007 - Preliminary
Objections filed by Samuel
Cortes for Lombardo
June 25, 2007 - File Motion For
Continuance
June 29, 2007 - ORDER by
Judge Cullen Denial of Motion
for Continuance Requested to
Resubmit with Reason
July 19, 2007 - Request for
Interogatories and Request to
Produce Documents Filed by
Kirsten Worley for Office Max
July 24, 2007 - File Answer to
Office Max Interrogatories

Item Description

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Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

Caterbone v. Lombardo/Office M
6/17/07

6/17/07

05-2288

05-23059

Sept 6, 2006 Notice of Appeal


Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Case No. 06-3955 Legal Work
Done On Pro Se Civil Appeal
Case
Sept 8, 2006 Letter from Third
Circuit Legal Division re
Jurisdictional Dismissal
Sept 18 2006 Research and
Analysis Notice of Appearences
Fultong Bank, Manheim Twp
Police; Fulton Bank Disclosure
Statement
Sept 25 2006 Notice of
Appearence Avalon Police Dept
Sept 25 2006 Notice of
Appearance Mellon Bank;
Disclosure Statement
Sept 28 2006 Reponse to Legal
Division by Fulton Bank in
support of dismissal
Oct 2 2006 Notice of Appearance
Lancaster County Prison
Oct 11 2006 Reponse to Legal
Division by Manheim Twp Police
Chris Underhill in support of
dismissal
Dec 1 2006 In Forrma Pauperis
Application Granted
Apr 30 2007 Addendum to
Appeal filed; Letter to
McLaughlin, DARPA, Parula
Property Stolen
Caterbone v. Lanc Co Prison et

Credit Amn

125.00
3,250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

10.00

125.00

1,250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Apr 30 2007 Notice of Appeal to Chapter 11 Appeal Ho


Thrid Circuit from Chapter 11 re
Amend Filing Date Case No.
07-2150
May 10 2007 Application to
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
procedd In Forma Pauperis Filed
May 21 2007 Motion For Recusal Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
of Judge Rendell Filed
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5.00

125.00

625.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

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Invoice

Customer ID

05-23059

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Credit Amn

May 29 2007 Order Granted for


In Forma Pauperis; Proceed to 3
Judge Panel for Review to
Continue
June 8 2007 Motion to Dismiss
by Department of Justice
(Appellee) by J. Adams
AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Appeal Ho

3.00

125.00

375.00
1,750.00

June 2 2005 Order Granting


Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Application To Pay Filing Fees In
Installments. (Related Doc # 4);
June 13 2005 Order Dismissing
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Case for Debtor's Failure to
Timely File Required Documents.
(P., Cathy) (Entered: 06/13/2005)

2.00

125.00

250.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

June 21 2005 Summary of


Schedules, Schedules A-J,
Statement of Financial Affairs
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone .
(Attachments: # J. Statement of
Financial Affai
06/21/2005 Summary of
Schedules, Schedules A-J,
Statement of Financial Affairs
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone .
(Attachments: # J. Statement of
Financial Aff
07/01/2005 Appellant
Designation of Contents For
Inclusion in Record On Appeal,
and Findings of Fact Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone .
(Attachments: # I Findi
09/21/2005 District Court Order
entered within Civil Action #
05-CV-3689 Notice of Appeal
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone
Regarding 6/13/2005 Order
Dismissing
10/05/2005 Final Order By
District Court Judge Anita B.
Brody - RE: Notice of Appeal
(CA-05-3689) Regarding
6/13/2005 Order Dismissing Ca
11/08/2005 Notice of Hearing to
Show Cause why this case should
not be not be Dismissed for
Debtor's Failure to Timely Pay
Filing Fees for Chapter 1

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

3.00

125.00

375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

3.00

125.00

375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

7.00

125.00

875.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

3.00

125.00

375.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

2.00

125.00

250.00

11/16/2005 Meeting of Creditors Chapter 11 Hours Bill


. 341 (a) meeting to be held on
12/15/2005 at 12:30 PM at
3cnfrm - 3rd Floor Conference
Room. Last day to oppose dis
11/29/2005 Drive to Reading to
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Final Installment Payment.
Receipt Number 20073978, Fee
Amount $839.00. (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 11/29/2005) Drive to
Reading Co
General Hours Billed For Legal
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Work Done On Pro Se Chapter
11 Case
12/15/2005 Response dated
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
12/14/2005 Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone Regarding HEMAP
Appeal Hearing Request. (P.,
Cathy) (Entered: 12/16/2005)
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2.00

125.00

250.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

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Line Description

Item Description

Time For Court Appearance and Court Time Hours Bill


Litigation
Jan 9 2006 File Order Entered
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
that if a certificate of service of
the amended schedules or
amended matrix is not filed
within 20 days from the date of
this orde
01/23/2006 Certificate of Service Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone RE: Amended Schedules and
Response to Creditor Status
Order (related document(s)27).
(P.,
01/24/2006 Motion for Relief
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
from Stay. Fee Amount $150,
Filed by Fulton Bank
Represented by SHAWN M.
LONG (Counsel). Objections due
by 2/8/2006. (A
01/30/2006 Amended Schedule F Chapter 11 Hours Bill
(creditor added) Filed by Stanley
J. Caterbone ; Receipt Number
20074148, Fee Amount $26.00
(P., Cathy) (Entered: 01/31/2006)
01/30/2006 Advanced Media
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Group Income Statements for the
year 2005 Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (Attachments: # !_
Continuation of Reports) (P.,
Cathy)
02/02/2006 Certificate of Service Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone RE: Amended Schedules (related
document(s)35). (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 02/02/2006)
02/02/2006 Debtor's Response to Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Motion of Fulton Bank for Relief
From Stay ; Response and
Exhibits thereto Filed by Stanley
J. Caterbone (related do
02/10/2006 Monthly Operating
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Report for Filing for the month of
January 2006 Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (P., Cathy) (Entered:
02/10/2006)
02/21/2006 Hearing Held on 31
Court Time Hours Bill
Motion for Relief from Stay Filed
by Fulton Bank Represented by
SHAWN M. LONG (Counsel).
Matter Taken Under Advisement.
(S., B
02/23/2006 Order Granting
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Motion for Relief from Stay
Regarding Property 220 Stone
Hill Road, Conestoga, PA Filed
by Fulton Bank Represented by
SHAWN M. LON
03/20/2006 Debtor Request for Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Hearing, and Certificate of
Service thereto Filed by Stanley
J. Caterbone . (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 03/20/2006)
General Hours Billed For Legal
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Work Done On Pro Se Chapter
11 Case
03/31/2006 Order DENYING
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Debtor's (Second) Request for
Hearing because nothing is
pending before this Court on
which a hearing might
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150.00

900.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

25.00

125.00

3,125.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

12.00

125.00

1,500.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

6.00

150.00

900.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

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Chapter 11 Hours Bill

2.00

125.00

250.00

04/10/2006 Order DENYING


Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Debtor's Motion to Stay All
Proceedings (Request for
Continuance) because nothing is
presently pending before this
Court that would
05/03/2006 Order (copy)
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
entered in District Court within
Appeal CV-06-1538 ; Ordered
that the Appellant's motion for
continuance is Denied as Moot
(con
05/30/2006 05/30/2006
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
05/30/2006 Motion to Convert
Case to Chapter 7 . Fee Amount
$15.00, Motion to Dismiss Case
Filed by United States Trustee
Represente
06/08/2006 Certificate of Service Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone
Regarding Documents sent to US
Trustee's Office. (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 06/08/2006)
06/29/2006 Hearing Held - RE:
Court Time Hours Bill
Motion to Dismiss Case, or
Conversion of Case to Chapter 7
Filed by United States Trustee
(related document(s),60).
**MATTER T
07/10/2006 Debtor's Request
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
for Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe
to Proceed in Forma Pauperis
Filed by Stanley J. Caterbone .
(P., Cathy) (Entered: 07
07/17/2006 Final Order By
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
District Court Judge Anita B.
Brody Regarding Debtor's Notice
of Appeal (Civil Action
#06-1538) of Bankruptcy Order
dated 2/23/200
07/18/2006 Debtor's Request
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
(dated 7/14/2006) for Hearing
Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed
in Forma Pauperis Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone . (P., Cathy)
(En
07/20/2006 Memorandum In
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Support of Motion to Dismiss
Filed by United States Trustee
Dept of Justice Dave P. Adams
08/03/2006 Hearing Set re
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Debtor's Request for Hearing
Transcripts, Praecipe to Proceed
in Forma Pauperis Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone (related
document 67
08/16/2006 Motion Debtor
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Request Continuance Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone Represented
by Self(Counsel). (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 08/16/2006)
08/17/2006 Hearing Scheduled to Chapter 11 Hours Bill
provide court with difinitive
report status of Chapter 11 and to
address questions Page
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125.00

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1.00

125.00

125.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

6.00

150.00

900.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

(related d
04/10/2006 Request for
Continuance of Chapter 11 Case
Filed'by Stanley J. Caterbone .
(P., Cathy) (Entered: 04/10/2006)

Unit Price Debit Amnt

Credit Amn

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Heaing Notice Never Recieved


General Hours Billed For Legal
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Work Done On Pro Se Chapter
11 Case
08/25/2006 DOCKETED IN
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
ERROR: entered on main case,
should be on adversary- See
Adversary 06-2236***Attach
PDF Document: Copy of Notice
of Appeal
08/31/Order Entered that the
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Bench Order Entered on today's
Record DENYING 67 Debtor's
Request (dated 7/6/2006) for
Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed IFP
09/27/2006 Notice of Briefing
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Schedule issued by US District
Court - RE: Notice of Appeal
Civil Action 06-4212 (related
document(s)83). (P., Cathy)
10/03/2006 Order Granting
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
United States Trustee's Motion to
Dismiss Case, (related
document(s)60). (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 10/03/2006)
10/19/2006 Notice of Appeal to
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
District Court - RE: Order
entered 10/3/2006 Granting
United States Trustee's Motion to
Dismiss Case ; Notice of Appeal,
and
01/18/2007 Motion for Debtor's Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Request (dated 1/13/2007) for
Hearing Transcripts, Praecipe to
Proceed in Forma Pauperis Filed
by Stanley J. Caterbon
01/19/2007 Order DENYING
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Motion for Debtor's (Second)
Request for Hearing Transcripts,
Praecipe to Proceed in Forma
Pauperis Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone.
01/19/2007 Order DENYING
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Motion for Debtor's (Second)
Request for Hearing Transcripts,
Praecipe to Proceed in Forma
Pauperis Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone.
02/05/2007 Updated Creditor
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Matrix/Amendment to List of
Creditors (5 new names) Filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone (Neither
Amended Schedules nor Certific
02/05/2007 Application to
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Waive Fee Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone Represented by
Self(Counsel). (P., Cathy)
(Entered: 02/05/2007)
02/05/2007 Motion to
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Reconsider Order DENYING
Motion for Debtor's (Second)
Request for Hearing Transcripts,
Praecipe to Proceed in Forma
Pauperis ; M
02/07/2007 Order DENYING
Chapter 11 Hours Bill
Debtor's Motion to Reconsider
Order dated 1/19/2007 and
DENYING Debtor's Application
to Waive Fee. (related
document(s)105, 1Page 41
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125.00

125.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

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02/09/2007 Letter Received from


Debtor Stanley J. Caterbone in
response to memorandum
regarding Local Rule 9014-3. (P.,
Cathy) (Entered: 02/13/2007)
02/20/2007 Notice of Appeal to
District Court of Order entered
2/7/2007 DENYING Debtor's
Motion to Reconsider Order
DENYING Debtor's Application
to Wa
02/26/2007 Corrective Entry RE: Notice of Appeal of Order
DENYING Debtor's Motion to
Reconsider Order and Debtor's
Application to Waive Fee Filed
by Stanl
03/06/2007 Order Supplementing
Order of February 7, 2007,
pursuant to Local Bankruptcy
Rule 8001-1 (c)(related
document(s)K)6). (B., Keith)
(Entere
03/20/2007 District Court
Acknowledgement of receiving
Bankruptcy Appeal
(CA-07-1093) Signed by Deputy
Clerk Steve Tomas - RE: Notice
of Appeal to District
05/18/2007 Notice of Change of
Address Filed by Stanley J.
Caterbone . (P.,Cathy) (Entered:
05/18/2007) 05/18/2007
Operating Report/Balance
05/18/2007 Operating
port/Balance Sheet 5/31/2007,
Income Statement for 5 months
ending 5/31/2007, Aged
Receivables as of 5/31/2007 Filed
by Stanley

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

2.00

125.00

250.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

125.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Chapter 11 Hours Bill

1.00

125.00

AMG Chapter 11 Bankruptcy


6/30/07

07-2151

April 30, 2007 - Bankruptcy Case Chapter 11 Appeal Ho


Docketed. Notice filed by
Stanley J. Caterbone. (clc)
May 10, 2007 - MOTION by
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Appellant to proceed in forma
pauperis, filed, (clc)
May 10, 2007 - APPEARANCE
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
from Attorney Dave Adams on
behalf of Appellee Kelly B.
Stapleton, filed, (clc)
May 21, 2007 - MOTION by
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Appellant for Request for
Recusal of Judge Rendell, filed.
Answer due 6/4/07. Certificate of
Service dated 5/18/07. (clc)
May 29, 2007 - ORDER (Clerk)
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
granting motion to proceed in
forma pauperis by Appellant.
The appeal will be submitted to a
panel for determination under 28
U.S.
June 8, 2007 - MOTION by
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Appellee to dismiss appeal, filed.
Answer due 6/25/07. Certificate
of Service dated 6/8/07. (clc)
June 19, 2007 - Answer to
Chapter 11 Appeal Ho
Motion to Dismiss by Appellant
Stanley J. Caterbone
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125.00
23,825.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

3.00

125.00

375.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

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Caterbone v. U.S. Trustee


6/30/07

8/7/07

8/7/07

06-1538

1130 CD 2007

CI-07-00366

Credit Amn

2,500.00

June 9, 2006 - Notice of Appeal


to U.S. District Court Judge
Brody Appeal Fulton Bank Auto
-Stay
July 17, 2006 - Response to
Fulton Bank Answer to Appeal
August 5, 2006 - Judge Anity
Brody ORDER Appeal Denied
Fulton Auto Stay Appeal

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

8.00

125.00

1,000.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

April 5, 2007 - Appeal Hearing


via Telephone at the Lancaster
County Assistance Office. CASE
NO. #360234927-002
April 10, 2007 - Prepare
supporting documents for appeal.
April 9, 2007 - ORDER, Denying
Appeal
April 26, 2007 - Final
Administrative Action Order,
DENYING BENEFITS
May 9, 2007 - Appeal Hearing
and Adjudication via Telephone
held at the Lancaster County
Assistance Office.
June 11, 2007 - Appeals Final
Decision/FAA
July 2, 2007 - ORDER Denying
Reconsideration
July 14, 2007 - Appeal to
Commonwealth Court
Rosen Appeals for Food Stamp
Benefits
Cooksey Appeals for Food
Stamps
Caterbone v. DPW Food Stamps

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

30.00

125.00

3,750.00

Hours Billed For Civil

30.00

125.00

3,750.00

1,875.00

January 16, 2007 - File Civil


Civil Litigation Hours
Action and In Forma Application
Caterbone v. Totaro, et al
January 23, 2007 - File Exhibits
Civil Litigation Hours
to Complaint
January 23, 2007 - Appearence
Civil Litigation Hours
by Stephanie Carfly of Barley
Snyder, LLP, for Fulton Bank
January 24, 2007 - ORDER In
Civil Litigation Hours
Forma Pauperis DENIED for
Frivilous by Judge Allison
January 25, 2007 - Notice of Rule Civil Litigation Hours
236 Notice sent by Prothonetary
January 29, 2007 - Appeal for
Civil Litigation Hours
Reconsideration to ORDER of
January 24, 2007 by Judge
Allison
February 8, 2007 - Preliminary
Civil Litigation Hours
Objections filed by Stepanie
Carfly of Barley Snyder, LLP for
Fulton Bank
February 20, 2007 - Brief filed by Civil Litigation Hours
Stepanie Carfly of Barley Snyder,
LLP for Fulton Bank in support
of Preliminary Objections
February 21, 2007 - Judge
Civil Litigation Hours
Allison ORDER DENIED
Appeal for Reconsideration
February 26, 2007 - Rule 236
Civil Litigation Hours
Notice from Prothonatary of
ORDER dated January 24, 2007
which was DENIED.
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2.00

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1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

4.00

125.00

500.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

2.00

125.00

250.00

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February 28, 2007 - File


ANSWER to Fulton Bank's
Preliminary Objections
March 9, 2007- Filing Fees
Remained Unpaid for 10 Days
after Rule 236 - Judgement of
Non Pros Filed by Prothonatary
March 12, 2007- Christine
Munion, Esq., files Entry of
Appearance for Donald Totaro,
Lancaster County
Commissioners, Lancaster
County Sheriff, Lancaster County
March 13, 2007 - Praecipe filed
to DEFENDANT FULTON
BANK'S PRELIMINARY
OBJECTIONS TO PLAINTIFF'S
COMPLAINT TO THE COURT
FOR DISPOSITION WITH
CERTIFICATE OF SER
March 16, 2007 - Filed
Addendum to Defendants List
April 24, 2007 - Addendum to
Complaint filed
May 11, 2007 - Judgement-Non
Pros filed by Chrisine Munion for
Totaro as directed by Wenger,
Prothonotary
May 24, 2007 - Notice of Appeal
to Superior Court of the
Judgement of Non Pros
June 6, 2007 - Notice of Concise
Statement of Matters Complained
by June 21, 2007 by Judge
Allison
June 21, 2007 - Statement of
Matters Complained filed
July 2, 2007 - Response by
Fulton Bank on Statement of
Matters Complained
July 16, 2007 - OPINION filed
by Judge Paul K. Allison to
Superior Court
July 17, 2007 - Record Sent to
Superior Court by Lancaster
County Prothonatary 950 MDA
951 MDA
July 18, 2007 - ORDER from
Superior Court DISMISS 950 &
951
July 24, 2007 - Record Returned
from the Superior Court 950 &
951 Memorandum Filed

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

5.00

125.00

625.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

2.00

125.00

250.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

3.00

125.00

375.00

Hours Billed For Civil

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

Obstruction of Justice - EI
8/9/07

CI-07-00150

January 8, 2007 - (Emergency)


Civil Litigation Hours
for emergency food stamp
benefits and other benefits filed
by stanley j. Caterbone, plaintiff,
pro se. And affidavit of financial
January 9, 2007 - Filed: and now, Civil Litigation Hours
jan 8, 2007, upon consideration
of defendant's request to proceed
in forma pauperis,it is ordered
that such request is granted
January 16, 2007 - Praecipe for
Civil Litigation Hours
Appearance by Diana Clark, for
the Pennsylvania Department of
Welfare
January 29, 2007 -Page
Preliminary
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Credit Amn

250.00
7,375.00

5.00

125.00

625.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

1.00

125.00

125.00

2.00 Saturday,
125.00November
250.00
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Objections Filed by Diana Clark
of DPW
January 30, 2007 - Brief in
Support of Preliminary
Objections filed by Diana Clark
and DPW
February 15, 2007 - File Answer
to Preliminary Objections
May 29, 2007 - Notice of
Appearance Before Business
Judge for Food Stamps to
Reinaker, Recusal
May 30, 2007 - Notice of
Appearance before Business
Judge, Judge Farina, refused to
hear case
Emergency Food Stamps

8/9/07

CI-07-00019

January 2, 2007 - To proceed


informa pauperis with affidavit of
financial service filed by
Caterbone, pro se. In support of
petition to set aside sale
January 2, 2007 - Caption
Caterbone v. Fulton Bank,
Lancaster County Sheriff
Department
January 4, 2007 - In Forma
Pauperis GRANTED by Judge
Dennis E. Reinaker
January 5, 2007 - Addition to
Compliant (Please Add To
Complaint)
January 31, 2007 - Response Of
fulton bank to stanley j.
Caterbone's petition to set aside
sale of real estate. Filed by:
shawn m. Long, esq. Certificate
of ser
January 31, 2007 - Notice of
Meeting Before Business Judge
Michael Georgelis filed by
Shawn Long
February 1, 2007 - Meeting
before Judge Georgelis and
ORDER TO DISMISS
PETITION DENIED
February 6, 2007 - Reply to
Response of Fulton Bank
February 6, 2007 - Notice of
DENIAL to all parties
February 20, 2007 - From james
d. Mccullough, deputy
prothonotary, superior court of
pennsylvania. Returned herein is
the notice of appeal received in
the proth

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Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

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125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

2,500.00
Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

3.00

125.00

375.00

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

5.00

125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Hours Billed For Civil

4.00

125.00

500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

Petition To Set Aside Sale


8/9/07

CI-06-02271

Credit Amn

March 8, 2006 - In mortgage


Civil Litigation Hours
foreclosure filed by shawn m
long esq(ma). The mortgage was
recordedin the office of the
recorder of deeds of and for
lancaster coun
April 11, 2006 - Complaint. Filed Civil Litigation Hours
by shawn m. Long, esq.
Reinstated as 1.directed by
randall o. Wenger, prothonotary.
(2 copies to atty, 1Page
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1.00

125.00

125.00

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1.00

125.00

125.00

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5.00

125.00

625.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

4.00

125.00

500.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

August 8, 2006 - Served Def.


Civil Litigation Hours
Stanley j. Caterbone, personally,
with a notice of sale and/or
handbill at lancaster county
courthouse, 50 north duke st
August 11, 2006 - In Forma
Civil Litigation Hours
Pauperis With praecipe to
proceed in forma pauperis
presented to courtPage
and court
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125.00

250.00

complaint wit
May 1, 2006 - Complaint Served,
Civil action complaint upon
stanley caterbone by personal
service at lancaster county
sheriff's office,50 north duke
street, lan
May 8, 2006 - Answer to
Complaint filed
June 6, 2006 - Brief In support
of plaintiff's motion for judgment
on the pleadings. Filed by shawn
m. Long, esq. Certificate of
service of same.
June 6, 2006 - Motion by Fulton
for judgement on the pleadings
filed by Shawn M. Long
June 28, 2006 - Praecipe filed to
assign Plaintiff fulton bank's
motion for summary judgment to
the court for disposition as
unopossed with certific
June 29, 2006 - ORDER Filed:
and now, this 29th day of june,
2006, upon consideration of
plaintiff's motion for judgment on
the pleadings, as well as
defendants
July 20, 2006 - Enter judgment
on behalf of plaintiff and against
defendant, stanley j. Caterbone in
the amount of $97,425.07, plus
continuing interest after ma
July 25, 2006 - Filed Notice of
Appeal to Superior Court Case
No.
July 28, 2006 - A hearing on the
defendant's application for in
forma pauperis status will be held
in curtroom 5 at 9:00 a.m. on
wednesday, august 9, 2006. By t
July 31, 2006 - Filed. Writ issued.
Affidavit of non-military service.
Principal: $88,568.53; interest to
03/02/2006 at a rate of $14.56 per
diem: $4,442.96; ne
July 31, 2006 - Affidavit - rule
3129 7/31/2006 Concerning the
real property located at 220 stone
hill road a/k/a lot #5 stone hill
road, township of conestog
July 31, 2006 - Notice of
7/31/2006 Sheriff's sale of real
property to stanley j. Caterbone at
220 stone hill road, conestoga, pa
17516. Filed by shawn m. Long
August 1, 2006 - 220 stone hill
road, a/k/a lot #5 stone hill rd.,
conestoga, conestoga township
56 December 20, 2006. Received
check from barley snyder i

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enters order granting in forma
pauperis status. Mich
August 11, 2006 - Filed. The
defendant has appealed my june
29, 2006 order granting the
plaintiff's motion for judgment on
the pleadings. He is directed to
file
August 17, 2006 - Of notice of
sheriff's sale by mail to
lienholders on aug. 11, 2006.
Filed by shawn m. Long, esq. Of
the notice of sheriff sale upon
defenda
August 31, 2006 - Served Writ of
Execution
September 5, 2006-OPINION
Pursuant to pa.r.a.p. 1025(a)
filed. By the court: michael a.
Georgelis, judge. Copies w/236
notice sent to: stanley j.
Caterbone, pro
September 6, 2006-The superior
court of pennsylvania - no. 1463
mda 2006. Copy of the list of
record documents sent to: stanley
j. Caterbone, pro se and shawn m
January 8, 2006-Certified copy of
Order from the superior court of
pennsylvania - no. 1463 mda
2006 filed. And now, this fourth
day of january, 2007
Fulton v. Caterbone Foreclosur

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Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

250.00

Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

2.00

125.00

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Civil Litigation Hours

1.00

125.00

125.00

Civil Litigation Hours

4.00

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No.

OPEN

16-cv-4941

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113
114
115

Case No.

*
*

16-cv-4014
15-03984
14-02559

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05-2288

117

06-4650

118

08-02982

119

06-4734
*

16-CV-49

Court
Case Description
United States Federal Courts
Stan Caterbone Habeus Corpus
for Freedom, Liberty and the
Pursuit of Happiness
CATERBONE v. The United
States of America, et.al.,
CATERBONE HABEUS
LAMBERT HABEUS
CATERBONE v. Lancaster
County Prison, et.al.,
CATERBONE v. Randal Wenger,
et.al.,
CATERBONE v. Lancaster
Bureau of Police
Federal False Caims Act - ISC
Whistleblowing
Chapter 11 Appeal from 1610517

NEXT EVENT DUE


transferred from U.S.
District Court, MIDDLE
DISTRICT in Harrisburg,
Case No. 1751
Docketed July 29, 2016
Assigned to Judge Smith

Judges

Court Venue

Filing
Date

Appeal
Date

Defendants

Description

Judgment
Value

Judge Lisa Rambo in MIDDLE


DISTRICT
Edward Smith
Curtis Joyner
Paul Diamond
Mary McLaughlin
Mary McLaughlin
Mary McLaughlin
Mary McLaughlin

July 19, 2016 Hearing,


Allentown, PA

Edward Smith

U.S. DISTRICT COURT for the


MIDDLE DISTRICT HARRISBURG

120

16-cv-1751

PETITION FOR HABEUS


CORPUS

J.C. No. 03-16-90005

Office of the Circuit Executive,


Third Circuit
Lambert Judicial Complaint;
15-3400 and 16-1149

121
122

J.C. No. 03-16-900042

Judge Smith, et.al.,


U.S. Bankruptcy Eastern District

16-10517

Chapter 11 To Appeal 16-cv-49

123

Transferred to U.S. District


Court Eastern District 161751

FINAL ORDER on June 24,


2016 DISMISSAL
Fedex Delivery on July 29,
2016

Richard E. Fehling

U.S. SUPREME COURT

124

Case No. 16-6822

16-1149 LAMBERT HABEUS

Respondents have until


December 12, 2016 for
BRIEFS

U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals

125

126

15-3400

14-02559 LAMBERT HABEUS

127

16-1149

14-02559 LAMBERT HABEUS

128

129

16-1001
15-1124

15-03984 CATERBONE HABEUS


14-02559 LAMBERT ATTY

130

07-4475

06-4650 REVERSE DISMISSAL

131

07-4474

05-2288; REVERSE DISMISSAL


16-MC-2016 Chapter 11
Appeal-Judge Smith

16-3284

132

134

1219 EDA 2016


1164 EDA 2016

135

1561 MDA 2015

133

1519 MDA 2016


136

495 MAL 2016

137

496 MAL 2016

138
139

353 MT 2016

140

354 MT 2016
108 MAL 2016

PENNSYLVANIA SUPERIOR
Preliminary Emergency
Injunction
Kathleen Kane Amicus
CATERBONE v. Lancaster
County Residents
CATERBONE v. Lancaster
Bureau of Police
PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME
1561 CATERBONE v.
Lancaster County Residents
1915 CATERBONE v.
Lancaster Bureau of Police
1561 CATERBONE v.
Lancaster County Residents
1915 CATERBONE v.
Lancaster Bureau of Police
Kathleen Kane Amicus

Judge Michael Fisher


Signed Former PA
Attorney General
Prosecuted Lambert
Judge Michael Fisher
Signed Former PA
Attorney General
Prosecuted Lambert
Judge Michael Fisher
Signed Former PA
Attorney General
Prosecuted Lambert

Sloviter, Barry, and


NyGaard Circuit Judges
Sloviter, Barry, and
NyGaard Circuit Judges
Edward Smith

Next Event Lower Record by


September 23, 2016

July 28, 2016 Citations Due


Plus $85.00 Fee
July 28, 2016 Citations Due
Plus $85.00 Fee

PENNSYLVANIA JUDICIAL
CONDUCT BOARD

141

2016-462 (Brown)

142

Judge Leonard Brown III


Case No. 16-05815 Preliminary
Emergency Injunction
Docketed August 4, 2016

DAUPHIN COUNTY COURT OF


COMMON PLEAS

143
144

145

146

147

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*

CP-22-SA-0000067-2016
MJ-12104-TR0000911-2016

CP-36-SA-0000219-2016

Summary Appeal Albert

Missed Hearing Monday


June 27, 2016 Deleted it
from calender
IFP APPROVED

LANCASTER COUNTY MDJ


MJ-02204-TR-00019812016 No Parking
Permitted
Summary Appeal
MJ02301-TR-00000281- Summary Appeal CP-36-SA2016 Left Turn, Accident 0000219-2016
MJ-02101-TR-00022422016 Following Too
Close

July 27, 2016 2:30pm


Witkonis

Charges Dismissed by
Lancaster City Police

CASES FROM 2005 TO 2014


UNTIED STATES FEDERAL
COURTS
U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of
Pennsylvania
1

CA 06-1538

No. 05-23059

Judge Anita Brody

Fulton Bank Auto Stay


U.S. Bankruptcy Chapter 11
Petition

They want to discharge or convert


to Chapter 7

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

Fed Court of Appeals

Judge Twardowski to Richard


E. Fehling

Page 48 of 50

3/3/2006

5/23/2005

Fulton Bank

Appeal from . Eastern Dist. Bankruptcy Court


Fulton Stay

Filed May 23, 2005

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition, Dismissed


June 13,2005 Reinstated Oct 27, 2005 Judge
Brody

Lost appeal

Wednesday November 30, 2016

No.

OPEN

Court
Case Description

Case No.

Appeal
Date

Defendants

Description

5/16/2005

Awarded Appeal

Judge Anita Brody

U.S. District Ct of Appeals

6/13/2005

US Dept of Justice Trusee Order Reversed of Judge Twardowski

See **

Judge Anita Brody

U.S. District Ct of Appeals

8/23/2006

Appeal Chapter 11 Brief Due by Sept 6

RICO Complaint

Judge Anita Brody


Judge Mary McLaughlin

U.S. District Ct of Appeals


U.S. District Ct of Appeals

8/25/2006
10/25/2006

Wenger, et al

Judge Mary McLaughlin

U.S. Attorney General then


U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District
US Dist Court Eastern
District

10/1/2006

ISC/Ferranti/US Attorney
General Gonzales

CA-05-3689

CA 06-5117

Chapter 11 Dismissal
Appealed Order to have Brief due by
Sept 06 by Judge Fehling
Appeal Hearing for PP&L did not get
notice until day of Hearing

06-cv-4154
06-CV-4650

06-cv-4734

Federal False Caims Act - ISC


Whistleblowing

06-cv-5138

Habeas Corpus Lanc County Prison

Case No.

Filing
Date

US Dist Court Eastern


District

Court Venue

Fulton Bank; Mellon


Bank; Stone Harbor
Police; Lancaster County
Sheriffs; Avalon Police;
Lancaster County Prison;
Manheim Township
Police/

Sealed Federal Case 1987 to Present

Judges

Judge Mary McLaughlin- Stuart A.


Weiss, Esquire
George M. Gowen, 111, Esquire
Cozen O'Connor-Howard L. Kelin,
Esquire
Kegel, Kelin, Almy & GrimmGeorge T. Brubaker, Esquire
Need to Amend and talk to Tony, As Hartman, Underhill & Brubaker,
soon as PP&L turns electric back
LLC-Stephanie Carfley, Esquire
on and get back in Office with
Robert W. Hallinger
Drivers License**
Appel & Yost LLP

05-cv-2288

NEXT EVENT DUE

U.S. Third Circuit Court of


Appeals

Notes

Judges

Court Venue

Filed on 05/16/05 after abby & Lanc Dist Atty


meeting; Judge McLaughlin found at least 15
causes of actions without my amended appeal;
must only cure statute of limitations
deficiencies; RICO and National Security
Est $50 to $350
Issues
Million

Appeal PP&L Order Only owe about $700.00

15% to 25% of Assets recovered in 1991 with


accumulated interest; estimated $300 Million
reclaimed

Date

Date

Defendants

Description

07-cv-2151

Appeal Order to 06-5012 CH 11


Dismissal by US DOJ Trustee

See **

Third Circuit Court of


Appeals

4/13/2007

US Dept of Justice Trusee Appeal Judge McLaughlin Due by Sept 6

11

06-cv-3955

Appeal Order to Amend Complaint by


Sept 15 2006 05-2288

See **

Third Circuit Court of


Appeals

8/25/2006

Appeal Judge McLaughlin Due by Sept 6

12

06-cv-3054

Appeal Brody PP&L

Third Circuit Court of


Appeals

07-cv-4474

Appeal McLaughlin 05-2288 Oct 24


Dismissal

Third Circuit Court of


Appeals

11/23/2007

Appeal McLaughlin 06-4650 Oct 24


Dismissal

Third Circuit Court of


Appeals
Court Venue

11/23/2007
Date

Non Assigned
Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas
PA Common Pleas

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

14

Y
Y

07-cv-4475
Case No.

15

16

CI-05-03644
CI-06-07376

17

CI-06-03403

18

CI-06-03401

Notes

PA Court of Common Pleas


S Caterbone AMG PH v. D Anthon Eden
Resort
Must Collect
S Caterbone v. Mike Caterbone

Defaulted

S Caterbone v. Thomas Grasell

Defaulted

Judges

Judge Madenspacher
reasgined it to Judge Georgelis
PA Common Pleas
so he said

S Caterbone v. Conestoga Police

Est $45 Million


plus 5% Annual
Interest from
1992

11/20/2006

10

13

Judgment
Value

Value

Lanc Co, Fulton, et al

4/26/2005
8/2/2006

Wenger, et al
Defendants
Drew Anthon, East of
Eden
Mike Caterbone

Defaulted; filed for claim; McNeese atty


Libel,slander, email; medicine for money

4/11/2006

Thomas Grassel

Sexual Harassment filed from last June 2005

4/11/2006

All physical abuse, abuse of power, theft


SRPD;Fiorill,Busser,Fedor of$750 cash on Apr 5, 302 document, hospital

Date

Description

Value
26.000.00
$10,000 +
$100,000.00

$300,000.00

19

CI-06-03349

Hospital

Defualted, May move to Federal

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

4/10/2006

Illegal 5 day hospitalization Apr 5 to 10th


Lancaster General
Charged $9889.00 by LGH; Fabricated 302
HospitalDr. Emily Preston document;Officer Fedor/Busser

20

CI-06-07330

S Caterbone AMG v. Harleysville

Defualted

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

8/1/2006

Harleysville Insurance

21

CI-O6-04939

S Cat AMG v Pflumm,Stabley,Mike

Never Recorde by Prothonetary

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

5/24/2006

Dave, Mike, Brett, AlleyKat Libel,slander, IFP Denied/Note Recorded

22

CI-06-02271

Foreclosure

Appeal Superior Ct

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

3/8/2006

Stanley J. Caterbone

Fulton Mortgage Foreclosure

23

CI-06-07188

S Caterbone AMG v. PPL Electric

Remove to Ch 11

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

7/26/2006

PP&L Electric

Illegal Service Interuption, Business damage

24

CI-06-06658

S Caterbone AMG v. PennDOT

Appeal Superior Ct

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

7/14/2006

PennDOT Drivers License Appeal Drivers License Suspension

9/2/2006

Illegal Drivers License


Siezure

Drivers License Under Appeal, no authority,


pulled me over in Lancaster City Jurisdiction
took Honda to Towing Yard St. Dennis in
Mountville $25 per day

Y. Caterbone

DJ Sheryl Hartman 07/11/05 Hearing

$4,958.00

Chapter 11 Illegal Interuption of Service

$5,000.00

S Caterbone v. Lancaster General

Non Payment of Insurance Claims due


$7500.00 for damaged and stolen items

$1,000,000.00
$7900 plus
damages

Fulton Bank v. S Caterbone

S Caterbone AMG v. M. Schaefer

CI-06-08490

Non Assigned

PA Common Pleas

Won and Collected

DJ Sheryl Hartman

District Court 02-1-01

Awaiting Verdict from July 20th,


2006

MDJ Ballentine

District Court 02-1-01

6/27/2006

Comcast;Susan Gibson

PA Common Pleas
PA Common Pleas

1/2/2007
1/8/2007

Addendum 01/05/2007

PA Common Pleas

1/16/2007

PA Common Pleas
Court Venue

5/7/2007
Date

Millersvill Boro Police Dept

25

26

27

CV-0000207-05

1250 Renovations Payment

28

Cv-160-06

29

30

CI-07-00019
CI-07-00150

S Cat AMG v Comcast


Emergency Petition Set Aside Stone
Hill Road Sheriff Sale

31

CI-07-00366

32

CI-07-03924
Case No.

Emergency Petition Food Stamps


Emergency Injuncion
Obstruction,Fraud,Embezzlement
Caterbone v Lombardo & Office Max

Notes

PA Superior Court

Judges

Date

Defendants

33

1463 MDA 2006

Fulton Bank v. S. Caterbone

34

1462 MDA 2006

S Caterbone v. PennDOT

Judge Georgelis
Judge Cullen to Judge
Georgelis?

35

1461 MDA 2006

S. Caterbone v. S Regional Police

Judge Allison

855 MDA 2007

Comm of PA v Caterbone Fiorill

Judge Reinaker

37

951 MDA 2007

Caterbone v Totaro 00366 May 11


Judement

Judge Cullen

06-00366 PA Superior Court

38

950 MDA 2007

Judge Cullen

06-00366 PA Superior Court

Judge Farina

CP-36-CR-0002843-06

1/4/2007

Bezzard, East Lampeter

CP-22-MD 0000090-2007
PA Superior Court

3/9/2007

MDJ Smith, Dauphin Cty

CI-06-03349

8/30/2007

39

41

42

125 MDA 2007


435 MDA 2007

40
Y

43
44

45

$5,000.00

$50,000.00

District Justice

CI-06-02271 PA Superior
Court
CI-06-06658 PA Superior
Court
CI-06-03401 PA Superior
Court
SA-0160-06 PA Superior
Court

36

$97,000.00

1565 MDA 2007

1097 MDA 2007


1103 MDA 2007
2052 MDA 2007
2053 MDA 2007

No Opinion

Caterbone v Totaro 00366 Feb 24


Reconsider IFP Frivelous
Comm of PA v Caterbone East
Lampeter Judge Farina
Comm of PA v Caterbone Dauphin
County Harrisburg Airport Ticket
Caterbone v. Lancaster General
Hospital/Dr. Emily Pressley

Judge Cullen

Description

8/30/2006

Fulton Bank

Fulton Mortgage Dec Judge Georgelis

8/30/2006

PennDOT

Appeal Drivers License Suspen Georgelis

8/30/2006

S Regional Police Dept

Appeal Amend Due by August 20 2006

5/7/2007

Officer Fiorill

6/1/2006

Totaro, Farina, Cullen,etal

Value

4771-2006 Did not file brief


due to charges were
dismissed on Nov 1 2007

DUI Motion to Rescind Bail Supervision


Penn DOT

S-154-2007
S-158-2007

Georgelis
Georgelis

S-154-2007 Ballentine Insurance


S-158-2007 Simms Disorderly

Whiteford
Gjurich

Pennsylvania Supreme Court


46

248 MDA 2007

Superior Court Appeal 1463 MDA 1463

CI-06-02271 PA Superior
Court

2/5/2007

47

248 MDA Reconsideration

Superior Court Appeal 1463 MDA 1463

CI-06-02271 PA Superior
Court

7/20/2007

48

432 MT 2007

Superior Court Appeal 950 MDA 2007

CI-07-00366

8/16/2007

49

433 MT 2007

Superior Court Appeal 950 MDA 2007

CI-07-00366

8/16/2007

50

418 MT 2007

Superior Court Appeal 435 MDA 2007

CP-22-MD 0000090-2007
PA Superior Court

8/8/2007

51

128 MM 2007

Superior Court Appeal 435 MDA 2007

CP-22-MD 0000090-2007
PA Superior Court

8/8/2007

Commonwealth Court

52

1130 CD 2007

Caterbone v. DPW 360234927-003

April 26, 2007 ORDER


Rosen

53

1444 CD 2007

Caterbone v. DPW 360234927-003

July 5 2007 ORDER


Cooksey

8/2/2007

Docket/Brief Schedule

54

1442 CD 2007

Caterbone v. DPW 360234927-004A

July 10, 2007 ORDER


Rosen

8/2/2007

Docket/Brief Schedule

Case No.

55
56

57
58

CV-0000207-05
District Justice

Criminal District Justice - 27


Overturned

Harrasment; Letter about cat

Notes
Must File Appeal, Never received
Notice for Appeal Hearing Sept
2005Cat killed, I'm charged

Buser File Fleeing Arresting Officer

TR-0000245-06

Southern Regional Speeding &


InspectionHearing Jun 9th 9:00 am

TR-0003020-06

Reading Parking Meter & Inspection

Appeal No. SA159-2006

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

Judges

MDJ Eckert
MDJ Eckert to Hamilton

Court Venue

District Court 02-2-6


District Court 02-1-01

Docket/Brief Schedule

Date

Date

Defendants

Stan Caterbone
Stan Caterbone

Description
Tim Deacon 236 Stone Hill Road, My Cat
Killed,Appeal due on 06/10/05 paid
fine/Judicial Complaint to file /Southern
Regional file harrassment
Filed Fleeing charges on April 10, 2006

MDJ Eckert to Mylin

District Court 02-1-01

7/7/2006 Stan Caterbone

Change of Venue to Quarryville DJ by Judge


Eckert

Judge Thomas Xavios

District Court 02-1-01

Stan Caterbone

April 25th; 10:00 am 1259 North 10th Street,


Reading,PA 19604/610-373-4424

Page 49 of 50

Value

$381.00

$187.50
$62.50

Wednesday November 30, 2016

No.

OPEN

Case No.
TR-0000085-06

59

Court
Case Description

NEXT EVENT DUE

Southern Regional 2 Girls Walking


asked time when burglar in 220 Stone
Must file Appeal - All lies; burglary
Hill Went to Store for help

61

TR-0001010-06

Driving Violation, was never


Vineland, NJ 856-691-4111 39:4-97 stopped or saw any police
A complete lie, Fiorill perjury, off
duty
Firorill Careless Driving

62

TR-0001011-06

Firorill Careless Driving to Close

SP2421099

60

63

64

CR-0000141-06

65

66

TR-0002658-06
NT-0000220-06

67

CR-0000385-06
TR-0004428-06

68

TR-0002645-06
TR-0004428-06

69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83

7/11/2006
4/3/2006

Stan Caterbone
Stan Caterbone

Whiteford illegal stop said went through stope


sign, but did not.
Wagon Wheel?

DUI;Resisting Arrest;Offensive
Weapons

.073 w/ mouth wash/I turned then


they put lights on, wood hatchet in
van

District Court 02-3-03

8/8/2006

Stan Caterbone

See Notes; Fabricated charges by SRPD

Parking Meter Violation

District Court 02-2-04


District Court 02-2-04

8/11/2006
5/26/2006

Stan Caterbone
Stan Caterbone

Simms wrong on IFP got mad arrested me


Parking Meter

Comcast v. S Caterbone

verdict on July 20 2006

MDJ Ballentine

District Court 02-2-02

4/12/2006

Stan Caterbone

Cable/Internet Past Due-See Illegal Interuption

verdict on June 28 2006

MDJ Ballentine
MDJ Simms

District Court 02-2-02


District Court 02-2-04

7/7/2006
5/26/2006

Stan Caterbone
Stan Caterbone

LCPD Whiteford Lied; did not


Parking Meter

$81.89

District Court 12-2-01


District Court 12-1-03
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
Parking Meter
No Parking or Stoping

5/19/2006
6/16/2006
10/16/2006
10/25/2006
timeserved
timeserved
timeserved
timeserved
10/25/2006
10/16/2006

Stan Caterbone

Picking Up Sheryl; No ticket on van; lied


Parking Meter

$67.50
$62.00

Disorderly Conduct

Careless Driving; Stop Sign Violation


Meter Violation

TR-0004428-06
TR-0003557-06

MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas

Parking Meter Violation

Picking up Sheryl at Harrisburg


International, grounded plane,
Lance;Clinton; Wendell married on
Sat night
MDJ Smith/Dauphin Cty
MDJ Solomon/Duaphin

MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas


MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas
MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas

MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas

Roth

MDJ Ballentine/Whiteford

MDJ Eckert Stoltzfus

MDJ Hamilton to Commins

MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas

MDJ Simms/Wilcox-Bourne Witness

98

5/26/2006
4/28/2006

Rubbish-Littering Oct 10
sentence
Careless Driving-Aug 15
Sentence
Stop Sign

7/7/2006
7/7/2006

Driving Under Suspension


Aug 30
Driving Under Suspension
Aug 30
Driving w/out Insurance

MDJ Eckert Stoltzfus

PA Judicial Conduct Review


Board

Parking Meter Oct 5


Sentence
Parking Meter

Notes

Judges

(MDJ William G. Reuter)


MDJ B. Denise Commins)

Court Venue
Dismissed
Dismissed

87.89

1/7/2007

325
75
112

9/13/2006

282.5

9/5/2006
9/5/2006

Date

DISMISSED 01/18/200
DISMISSED 01/18/200

Date

Defendants

Geogelis August

Dismissed June 2006

Eckert
Farina,Reinaker,Cullins,Eckert,Commin
s

2007-

Lancaster County Court of


Common Pleas of Pennsylvania

1/18/2007
Notes
TR-0008735;TR-0008578;TR8721;TR-0008503;TR-0007528

Judges

Court Venue

Date

Date

Defendants

Appeal Summary Conviction EckertStoltzfus jan 19, 2007

Common Pleas/Harassment

8/11/2006

Burger

101

Ap NT-0000562-2006

Appeal Summary Conviction EckertStoltzfus jan 19, 2007

Common Pleas/Disorderly
Conduct

8/7/2006

Michner

102

Ap NT-0000561-2006

Appeal Summary Conviction EckertStoltzfus jan 19, 2007

Common Pleas/Obstruct
Roadway

8/11/2006

Michner

TR-0002184-06;tr-0002183-06;NT0000569-06;NT-0000561-06;NT0000562-06

Cullin

Common Pleas

Jan 16-Brief by Commonwealth, Parking


Tickets and Driving Under Suspension

Simms

Judge Cullin Dismissed


01/09/2006

MD-6-2006

Continuance-Eckert Stotzfus
Appeal MD-6Continuance-Eckert
Stotzfus

105

MD-10-2007

Nunc Pro Tunc

Reinaker DENIED 01/08/07

106

MD-11-2007

TR-3557-06 Nunc Pro Tunc Fiorill


Tickets

Reinaker DENIED 01/08/07

107

MD-12-2007

108

CP-36-SA-0000159-2006

Nunc Pro Tunc

Reinaker DENIED 01/05/07

109

MD-0006-2007

Eckert Change Venue

Reinaker DENIED 01/05/07


MOOT not recorded until
01/08/2007

SA-158-07

Simms NT-0001707-2006

Common Pleas - Summary


Conviction - Harassment

6/4/2007

Simms/Gjurich

Ballentine TR-0002658-2006

Common Pleas - Summary


Conviction - w/o Insurnance

5/30/2007

Ballentine/Whiteford

104

Value

(Judge David Reineker)

Ap NT-0000569-2006

111

Description

(MDJ Maynard A. Hamilton, Jr.)

100

Value

(MDJ Stuart J. Mylh)

Change Venue/Continuance Simms


Jan23

110

Description

(MDJ Lm H. Eckert, Jr.)

Case No.

103

$81.89
$997.50

76.89
76.89

MD 51-2007

99

$381.50

Got mad when he was wrong about


IFP law, Right before Littering
Hearing, Lanc Cop would have
been made fool of
MDJ Simms
S
MDJ Simms

TR-2183-2006
TR-2184-2006

97

$247.50

District Court 02-2-6


District Court 02-2-6

TR-0007528-06

96

Was never in Vineland, New Jersey

Terroristic Threat Evacuate Bld

Whiteford Insurance Card

88

95

Stan Caterbone

$75.00

87

94

District Court 02-1-01

He was on bike, never went through


stop sign, he was the one at the
Police Station that did illusion trick MDJ Ballentine
Fabricated
MDJ Eckert to Commins

MDJ Ballentine/Whiteford

93

2 Girls Walking fabricated harassment


chargesApril 2, 2006

4/3/2006

$287.50

MDJ Simms/Gjurich, Thomas-MDJ Roth

92

Stan Caterbone

Judge QuarryvilleJudge Eckert District Court 02-1-01

Judgment
Value

Stan Caterbone

TR-0002645-06
TR-0002646-06

91

Description

Stan Caterbone

HIA Parking Violation

Case No.

Defendants

District Court 02-2-6

TR-0001517
TR-0005057
TR-0008503-06
TR-0008735-06
TR-0006812-06
TR-0008037-06
TR-0008066-06
TR-0007880-06
TR-0008721-06
TR-0008578-06
TR-0003557-06

2006-214
2006-215
2006-220
2006-221
2006-222
2006-224
20062005 -

Appeal
Date

District Court 02-2-6

TR-0000598-06

90

Filing
Date

MDJ Eckert to Hamilton

85

89

Court Venue

A complete lie, took picture, he had


matress on top of car
MDJ Eckert to Hamilton

84

86

Judges

SA-154-2007

Nunc Pro Tunc Fiorill Tickets

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Pro Se Billings

1/15/2006

Reinaker DENIED 01/08/07

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