Open letter to Petty Officer Matthew Hindes US Navy Submarine Fleet
TO: Petty Officer Matthew Hindes
US Navy Submarine Force Pacific
Thank you for your brave and courageous service in the United States Navy submarine forces currently deployed in the Pacific aboard a ballistic missile submarine. When you return to port you will get this email from me to you shipmate.
Today I called Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan. I’m friends with many people and I get things done shipmate.
I spoke to his personal aid (517) 373-3400 regarding your problem with the dishonorable and egregious acts perpetrated against you by Judge Margaret Noe sitting in the Lenawee County Michigan District I court house. Governor Snyder and his legal team are now fully informed and up to speed on the illegal and harassing ruling by Judge Noe. So in the words of Master Chief Billy Sunday in Men of Honor… disregard her Cookie, paraphrasing of course.
Governor Rick Snyder is now looking into your case and so is half the retired U.S. Navy Chief’s canoe club. We will not let you fall, we will not let you be beat down and trod on. When you get back to Seattle (this date is classified I understand) but if you have an arrest warrant waiting for you call me at 850-313-1893. I will fly to Seattle and we will both together have a face off with the head judge. I will have members of Governor Rick Snyder’s legal staff, Fox News and others in tow.
Do not fear shipmate you will be OK. To Sheriff Jack Walsh of Lenawee County Michigan, if Judge Margaret Noe signs an arrest warrant for Petty Officer Matthew Hindes I ask that you to disregard it. Judge Noe has violated the rights of Petty Officer Hindes and his daughter under the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act which is federal law. So under the color of law she has committed a felony pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 242. Judge Noe by inflicting an illegal statute on Petty Hindes, which can be pursued under 18 U.S.C. § 241. Judge Noe is also subject to civil liability for all damages flowing from such an act pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §§ 1983 and 1985 which, at the minimum, would include attorney fees necessitated by such acts.
Since Judge Noe appears to have committed a felony, she is now subject to arrest and prosecution. When a judge violates a right made specific by statutes, rules or settled interpretations of them, the judge has violated 18 U.S.C. § 242. See U.S. v. Lanier, 520 U.S. 259, 267 (1997).
Judge Noe should be arrested and removed from the bench for cause if she attempts to harm to Petty Officer Hindes. To quote from the movie Men of Honor released in the year 2000.
Forgive me sir, but to me, the Navy isn’t a business. It’s an organization of people who represent the finest aspects of our nation. We have many traditions. In my career, I have encountered most of them. Some are good, some not so good. I would, however not be here today were it not for our greatest tradition of all.
And what would that be, Chief Brashear?”