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El v. United States Department of Treasury

United States District Court, W.D. North Carolina

March 21, 2018

STEVEN FAISON EL, [1] Plaintiff,
v.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY, Defendant.

          ORDER

          Frank D. Whitney, Chief United States District Judge

         THIS MATTER is before the Court on initial review of Plaintiff's Complaint, (Doc. No. 1). Plaintiff is proceeding in forma pauperis. See (Doc. No. 7).

         I. BACKGROUND

         On November 2, 2017, pro se Steven Faison El, filed a Complaint against “U.S. Department of the Treasury” that has been liberally construed as a civil rights suit pursuant to Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, 403 U.S. 388 (1971).[2]Plaintiff is incarcerated at the Alexander Correctional Institution and identifies himself as a “Steven Faison EL©, … a [Foreign State] citizen and subject…, ” a “Moorish National Citizen.” (Doc. No. 1 at 3). He cites, inter alia, the Fourteenth Amendment, Trading With the Enemy Act, Emergency Baking Relief Act, and Judicature Act of 1873. He states in part in the Statement of Claim section of his Complaint:

I, Steven Faison EL© HAVE PERFECTED THE “Deed of Trust” under the strawman title [STEVEN DEVAUGHN FAISON] by copyright, and have created a time stamped record of official records through registration, as “Beneficiary of Trust, ” “Grantee” for the purpose of beneficiary gain and securing indebtedness.

         (Doc. No. 1 at 4).

         For relief, he states:

I, “Steven Faison EL©” as a private national citizen, “beneficiary” want this case filed, sealed in private, without the public, with a special file number, non-comigled and segregated. And as stated in “The Judicare Act of 1973 (ss. 3, 4), the court of chancery (known as the Kings bench when there is a male sovereign); I Steven Faison EL only in the private capacity of the judge's chambers with the Chancellor and/or Master of Chancery, insist as follows:
(1) On the note that “I am” the [beneficiary] and “grantee, ” I want a full accounting of what have I acquired.
(2) I want a full photocopy of all covenants, the easements, the assets and the liabilities.
(3) On the mortgage, I want recoupment. Equitable cause is recoupment, I Steven Faison EL© want recoupment. To be reimbursed, compensated and regain my fortune.
(4) I Steven Faison EL© want to properly be acknowledged as the sole beneficiary.
(5) Extinguishment, benefit, use, enjoyment and other equitable relief I am entitled to.
RE: No. 40014crs024108, 40014crs024107, 40013crs090750, 40013crs090746, 40013crs090747, 40013crs091289, 40013crs091288, ...

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