FIRST ADJUSTED INVOICE

 

TO: Stanford University

Attention: Office of the President

482 Galvez Mall

Stanford 94305-2038

CALIFORNIA, USA

 

FROM: Paul Andrew Mitchell, Plaintiff/Appellant and

Private Attorney General (18 U.S.C. 1964)

Mitchell v. AOL Time Warner, Inc. et al.

 

DATE: January 15, 2003 A.D.

 

SUBJECT: Damages plus Maximum Pre-Judgment Interest

Allowable under California State Laws

 

This is our FIRST ADJUSTED INVOICE for damages sustained in connection with all COUNTS and the SUMMARY OF DAMAGES described in the Initial COMPLAINT in the above entitled matter, plus the maximum amount of pre-judgment interest allowable under California State usury laws (i.e. seven percent (7%) per annum simple interest).

 

The authority for this INVOICE is the holding in the case of Hajek v. Burlington Northern R.R. Co., 186 F.3d 1105, hn. 9 (9th Cir. 1999) (local district court rules, under which a failure to object to a magistrates jurisdiction was deemed to be a waiver of the right to an Article III judge, were invalid and thus not effective to confer authority upon the magistrate in the absence of express consent by all parties, since the local rules were inconsistent with the statute).

 

Accordingly, we now hold you liable, both jointly and severally, for all Initial Damages plus seventeen (17) months of simple interest, beginning Aug. 1, 2001 A.D. thru and including Dec. 31, 2002 A.D.:

 

Amount Description Total Amount

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1 TOTAL DAMAGES in Initial COMPLAINT supra $2,620,800,000.00

17 months of simple interest computed using

7% per annum, @ $15,288,000.00 per month 259,896,000.00

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TOTAL AMOUNT DUE NOW: $2,880,696,000.00

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Our terms are TOTAL AMOUNT DUE NOW upon receipt of this INVOICE.

 

Sincerely yours,

 

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell

 

Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Private Attorney General and Plaintiff/Appellant

Mitchell v. AOL Time Warner, Inc. et al.

DCUS Sacramento docket #CIV. S-01-1480 WBS DAD PS

Ninth Circuit docket #02-15269 and 372(c) #02-89005

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