December 23, 2016: FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT LAW SUIT ("FSIA"), filed in the SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Civil Division. LAMBROS vs. Federative Republic of Brazil; State of Rio de Janeiro of the Federative Republic of Brazil; and John & Jane Doe's. The "COMPLAINT" is 132 pages in length with an additional 4 pages of exhibits. Total of 136 pages in PDF FORMAT. DOCKET NO. 2017-CA-929-B.
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December 23, 2016: "FSIA" SUIT AGAINST BRAZIL: LAMBROS vs. Federative Republic of Brazil, et al.. This is the "MOTION FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL AND MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT." This motion is 10 pages in length with an additional 14 pages of exhibits. Total of 24 pages in PDF FORMAT. DOCKET NO. 2017-CA-929-B
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MARCH 1, 2017: "FSIA" SUIT AGAINST BRAZIL: LAMBR0S vs. Federative Republic of Brazil, et al., Docket No. 2017-CA-929-B. This motion is entitled "PLAINTIFF LAMBROS REQUESTS THE COURT TO "ORDER" THE OFFICERS OF THE COURT TO EFFECTUATE SERVICE OF PLAINTIFF' S COMPLAINT, MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL, SUMMONS, AND INITIAL SCHEDULING CONFERENCE ORDER TO ALL NAMED DEFENDANTS. PLAINTIFF LAMBROS IS PROCEEDING IN FORMA PAUPERIS AS OF FEBRUARY I0, 2017 "ORDER". See, Super. Ct. Cir. R. 54-II(i) - SERVICE OF PROCESS AND WITNESS FEES." This motion is 4 pages in length with 4 pages of exhibits. Total of 8 pages in PDF FORMAT.
MARCH 1, 2017: "FSIA" SUIT AGAINST BRAZIL: LAMBROS vs. Federative Republic of Brazil, et al., Docket No. 2017-CA-929-B. This motion is entitled "PLAINTIFF LAMBROS REQUESTS COURT "ORDER" TO ATTEND THE "INITIAL SCHEDULING CONFERENCE" AND ALL LATER PRETRIAL, SETTLEMENT, OR STATUS CONFERENCES BY TELEPHONE OR AUDIO-VIDEO CONNECTION. PLAINTIFF IS PROCEEDING PRO SE AN INCARCERATED AT U.S. PENITENTIARY LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. See, Title 42 U.S.C. §1997e(f)." This motion is 3 pages in PDF FORMAT.
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1. May 28, 2015, Lambros letter to five (5) law firms that represented Paul Singer within NML CAPITAL vs. REPUBLIC OF ARGENTINA, 2011U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99502 (Dist. of NY, 2011), FSIA litigation. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IN PDF FORMAT.
2. June 10, 2015, letter to Attorney Ernesto J. Sanchez, the author of "The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Deskbook." CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IN PDF FORMAT.
3. December 12, 2014: LAMBROS' LETTER TO JOHANNA MARKIND, U.S. PAROLE COMMISSION. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IN PDF FORMAT.
4. March 10, 2015: "WHETHER BRAZIL'S CONSTITUTION 'DISCRIMINATES' AGAINST FOREIGN CITIZENS IN BRAZIL, WHEN THEY ARE NOT ENTITLED TO THE SAME CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS - FUNDAMENTAL AND ORGANIC LAW OF THE NATION - THAT BRAZILIAN'S ENJOY? CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IN PDF FORMAT.
Please note that I do not believe that I should of ever been extradited from Brazil, as the only sentence I could receive was a MANDATORY LIFE SENTENCE WITHOUT PAROLE, which I received after a jury trial and overturned on direct appeal. The Brazilian Constitution clearly states within Title II, Fundamental Rights and Guarantees, Chapter I, Individual and Collective Rights and Duties, ARTICLE 5, XLVII(b) "THERE SHALL BE NO SENTENCE OF LIFE", as the Brazilian Constitution consolidates ARTICLE 75 of the Brazilian Criminal Code which limits the MAXIMUM PRISON SENTENCE TO THIRTY (30) YEARS. See, STATE vs. PANG, 940 P2d 1293, 1352 (Washington, 1997.
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I believe a potential settlement from $150 to $500 million plus costs and attorney fees against Brazil is very realistic. See, SLEVIN vs. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE COUNTY OF DONA ANA, 934 F. Supp. 2d 1282, 1285 (Dist. of New Mexico, January 8, 2013)("Next, the jury found the Detention Center liable for the torts of FALSE IMPRISONMENT .... Finally, the jury fixed the amount of compensatory damages at $15.5 MILLION, to include $500,000 FOR EACH MONTH THAT PLAINTIFF WAS INCARCERATED, plus an additional $1 million for each year since Plaintiff's release from custody). Lambros was arrested in Brazil in 1991.
My research reveals that 28 U.S.C. §1605(a)(5)(B) DOES NOT exclude the following claims from the FSIA §1605(a)(5) tort exemption:
5. Infliction of mental or emotional distress.
6. False Imprisonment.
7. False Arrest.
8. Conspiracy to aid and abet false arrest and false imprisonment.
The facts and legal research I have compiled in this proposed action appears to present a favorable risk/reward opportunity to your firm in billable hours, that should not require substantial resources in brief preparation, litigation and favorable settlement and collections of award.
Please forward the financial resources needed to proceed in this action and/or most preferred pro bono/contingent fee contract.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and forwarding of information about your firm's FSIA practice and approach to client service in this matter.
Please write me at:
John Gregory Lambros
Reg. No. 00436-124
U.S. Penitentiary Leavenworth
P.O. Box 1000
Leavenworth, Kansas 66048-1000
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