The Attempted Murder of David Mabardy

Massachusetts Human Trafficking
The Attempted Murder of David Mabardy

Amended 27, September 2018 to include Exhibit D

– Public Notice –
for Declaratory Judgment and Injunction

Sent to Massachusetts Department of Internal Affairs Cambridge, Boston,  for Investigation 5-29-2018

Claimant David Michael Mabardy  (Herein The Aggrieved)  claims that U.S. state, corporation of Massachusetts, agency, Department of Children and Families, by it’s employees and other [wo]man sitting as assumed public officials did, do and continue, knowingly, willfully and intentionally without regard for Human Rights commit Attempted Murder against the Aggrieved  with intention to continue harm, injury and loss, by way of ad-homonym attack, character assassination, stigmatization and the waging of War against the man commonly known as David Mabardy after falsely classifying him as a Terrorist. 

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