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It is a related to the first petition case. In the first case it was an 'obstructin of justice' as qualified under 18 U.S.C. section 1506 which I did not realize at time of filing petition. The second case is related to the same judge using the doctrine of res judiciata and imposing award of attorney's fees when he had no jurisdiction over the case because of my temily appeal to the Supreme Court of DE

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