United States District Court, S.D. Mississippi, Northern Division
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
T. WINGATE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
cause comes before the Court sua sponte for
consideration of dismissal. Petitioner, an inmate
incarcerated at the Madison County Detention Center, Madison,
Mississippi, filed this Petition for Writ of Mandamus
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1361. Having considered
Petitioner's Petition  and the relevant case law, the
Court has determined that Petitioner's Writ of Mandamus
will be denied and this civil action dismissed.
Petitioner files this Petition for Writ of Mandamus 
“in connection with criminal cases no
3.18-cr-78-CWR-FKB.” Pet.  at 2. A review of court
records reveals that Petitioner is referring to his criminal
case in the United States District Court for the Southern
District of Florida, United States v. Brunet,
Criminal No. 1:14-cr-20211 (S.D. Fla. Oct. 28, 2014), in
which he was convicted, and his criminal case pending in this
Court, United States v. Brunet, Criminal No.
3:18-cr-78-CWR-FKB (S.D.Miss. filed Apr. 4, 2018).
states that the Court has original jurisdiction “in the
nature of mandamus to compel an officer to perform a duty
owed to the plaintiff and proceed to release” him
Id. at 1. Petitioner bases his request for mandamus
relief on the following:
1 - Violation of Rule 7(c)(2)
2 - Violation of First Amendment
3 - All federal documents pertaining to the case are made
against Julio Armando Brunet federal trust or foreign estate
know by law as a “debtor”/corporate fiction and
artific[i]al person (hereafter referred as “corporate
4 - Filed transfer statement, shows the secured party had
possession of both corporate fiction and agent.
5 - Violation of due process of law
6 - Violation of Fifth and Fourteen[th] Amendments
7 - Stylistic English vs Proper English
8 - Filed security agreement “under 28 U.S.C.