NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT
* SUPPLEMENTAL AFFIDAVIT
SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR
* PERMISSION TO PROCEED AS
A POOR PERSON
Federation Employment and Guidance
also known as "FEGS,
Inc., Roberta Siegal, Howard Forster,
M.D. and Clifford Nafus
Plaintiff Cheryl D. Uzamere, being duly sworn, states the following under the penalties of perjury:
1) That I commenced action Index Number 10-009998
at the New York State Supreme Court, Nassau county as a poor person (see Exhibit A).
2) That this case was transferred
to the New York State Supreme Court New York County (see Exhibit B).
3) That my financial remains unchanged from the
time that I commenced action Index Number 10-009998.
4) That the New York State Civil Practice Law and Rules Section 1101(d) says that “a plaintiff may seek to commence his or her action without payment of the fee required by filing the form
affidavit, attesting that such plaintiff is unable to pay the costs, fees and expenses necessary to prosecute or defend the
action, which shall be available in the clerk's office along with the summons and complaint or summons with notice or third-party
summons and complaint.”
That the legal principle “stare decisis et quieta non movere” requires this Court to render the same decision that was rendered in transferred case Index Number 10-009998
insofar as Plaintiff's financial situation remains the same.
I am mentally disabled, and as such, I have the legal right to receive accommodations pursuant to Title II and Title
III, Americans with Disabilities Act; and that rendering a decision that requires me to pay for services is an act of discrimination against me because it denies
me access to judicial services as a impoverished, mentally disabled citizen.
I respectfully inform this Court of my penchant for memorializing my interactions with judicial entities by publicly displaying
their decisions on my website (see Exhibit C) so that when I tell the public of my continued difficulties
in obtaining justice from the New York State Unified Court System, they will see that I am telling the truth.
respectfully inform this Court that I sent a copy of my request to proceed as a poor person to the U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services Office for Civil Rights; that any decision that results in preventing me from litigating my action against
the Defendants is for the sole purpose of invoking the Talmudic doctrine Law of the Moser that prohibits Jews from reporting
the crimes of fellow Jews to secular authorities, so as to allow New York State's executive and judicial branches' condonation
of Jewish-controlled outpatient mental health facilities' use of federal, state and municipal monies to promulgate Jewish
religious law, and to determine potential clients' eligibility based on halachic/Jewish religious law (see Exhibit
D, pages 1-7).
Appellant prays this Court for permission to proceed as a poor person and for such other and further relief as to the court
may seem just and equitable.
Dated: Brooklyn, New York
December 3, 2010