USDC Cr. No. 84-3552
THOMAS v. REAGAN
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
WILLIAM THOMAS, et al
Plaintiff Pro Se
versus CA 84-3552
Judge Louis Oberdorfer
UNITED STATES, et al
DECLARATION OF WILLIAM THOMAS
NOVEMBER 3, 1986
I, William Thomas, declare under penalty of perjury that the
following is true and correct:
1. On September 26, l986, I told Officer Waite that I was
2. At no time was I belligerent or hostile to Officer Waite
before, on, or since September 26, 1986.
3. At no time did I claim ownership of a bicycle.
4. At no time on September 26, 1986, did I say anything at
all to Officer Waite beyond the word "demonstrating."
5. Ellen politely asked Officer Waite to contact the
Solicitor's Office, I did not.
6. On September 30, 1986, after filing the Motion for
Joinder with a Federal District Court, I accompanied Ellen to the
Park Police substation at 1100 Ohio Drive SW, where Ellen tried to
retrieve her bicycle.
7. Lt. Irwin demanded a notarized affidavit before he would
release the bicycle to Ellen.
8. Ellen explained that she hadn't money to pay for
notarization, but offered Lt. Irwin a sworn declaration instead.
9. Lt. Irwin refused to release the bicycle to Ellen.
10. I witnessed Concepcion Picciotto take the photographs
attached to the Reply to Federal Defendants' Opposition to
Plaintiffs' September 30, 1986, Motions for Joinder of Parites,
Claims and Remedies, and declare that these pictures all depict
bicycles in Lafayette Park on September 26, 1986 (attachment 1),
September 29 and 30, 1986 (Attachment 2). The bicycle depicted in
Attachment 2 has been regularly observed, on nearly a daily basis,
attached to the "structure" depicted in the photographs.
Respectfully submitted this _____ day
of _________, 1986.
William Thomas, Plaintiff Pro Se
1440 N Street NW, #410
Washington, DC 20005
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