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Woman files lawsuit against President
By LeaAnne Klentzman Of The Fort Bend Star

A Fort Bend County woman files a lawsuit on former Governor and current sitting President George W. Bush.

Margie Schoedinger of Missouri City, Texas has filed a lawsuit against George W. Bush in Fort Bend County Court. In her suit she is alleging "race based harassment and individual sex crimes committed against her and her husband." The suit lists numerous offenses and asks for actual damages, punitive damages and judgments against George W. Bush.

In her suit, among the many allegations, she has stated, "On or about, October 26, 2000, an attempt was made to abduct Plaintiff (Schoedinger) by three unknown assailants. Because of the actions of these assailants, Sugar Land police officers were dispatched to the scene. In the end, no report was taken. The assailants were treated respectfully and allowed to go free while Plaintiff (Schoedinger) was repeatedly and aggressively questioned. After filing a lawsuit, the Plaintiff’s family and past contacts were questioned and harassed." As a result, Plaintiff dismissed Plaintiff’s lawsuit. Irrespective of Plaintiff dismissing the lawsuit, the harassment continued." Schoedinger, goes on to allege "at some point, she contacted the Houston office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, filing a raced based harassment complaint, advising that the Sugar Land Police Department may or may not be harassing Plaintiff on behalf of her neighbors in Sugar Land or possibly on behalf of the First Colony Community Services Association."

For Full Story see…

http://www.fortbendstar.com/121102/n_Woman%20files%20lawsuit%20against%20President.htm

PDF and HTML versions of the actual complaint documents are available here:
- HTML - http://www.incunabula.org/shrubrub/
- PDF - http://ccweb.co.fort-bend.tx.us/imgcache/CCCIVIL217038-1-7.pdf

To read a discussion about the documents see..
http://www.libertyforum.org/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=news_miscellaneous&Number=354365#Post354365

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