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    Default The Story of Pastor Lindstedt's bogus Child-Molestation Persecution

    The Story of Pastor Lindstedt's bogus Child-Molestation Persecution


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    These are the files and jewsmedia reports concerning State vs Martin Lindstedt, Case # 05NW-CR00881, which had to end at dismissal on Feb. 27, 2009 because my grandson refused to lie against me.

    The point of making these files public is to show that the only solution for ZOG/Babylon tyranny is the Great Tribulation which will destroy over 90% of the whiggers, 99% of the mamzers, and 100% of the jew Spawn of Satan. Everyone serving or siding with ZOG/Babylon needs to be exterminated and the ex-whigger Survivors impressed with the fact that with the New Order of Jesus Christ there is no more choice or free will left.

    How do we get there from here? By understanding that there is no justice for White people under the tyranny of ZOG/Babylon. And since we simply cannot trust the bowel Movement or the wall-to-wall jews and mamzers of WikiPedia-Talksjew Christian Identity to provide competent, non-ZOG leadership, we all must break up into the leadership of the Ten Thousand Warlords into racial commandos and finish off this mighty Evil Empire, now tottering on the edge of the Abyss.

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    Default Sex Charges against Martin Lindstedt

    Sex Charges against Martin Lindstedt


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    A well known local public figure appears in court on sex charges. 48-year-old Martin Lindstedt of Granby appeared in Newton County Circuit Court today.

    Lindstedt is a former candidate for Missouri Governor.

    Lindstedt is charged with statutory sodomy in the first degree. He is accused of performing a sex act with a child under the age of 12. Investigators say the alleged victim is a relative of Lindstedt. The Newton County Sheriff`s Department first received the tip from a child abuse hotline more than a year ago. Prosecutors say lindstedt is also facing various municipal charges in other area communities, but this case will be tried seperately in Newton County. If convicted of this sex crime, Lindstedt faces up to life in prison, he remains in custody on 100 thousand dollars bond.

    Lindstedt is scheduled to return to court next Wednesday.

    Reported By: Jeremiah Cook

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    Default “Mad Dog” Lindstedt Accused Of Sodomy

    “Mad Dog” Lindstedt Accused Of Sodomy

    12:59 PM, May 11, 2005

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    NEWTON, Mo. (AP) -- One-time Missouri gubernatorial and U.S. Senate candidate Martin "Mad Dog" Lindstedt, 47, is facing felony charges of first-degree statutory sodomy in Newton County. Lindstedt was arrested Tuesday afternoon on charges he had deviant sexual intercourse with a child during in March 2003. He's jailed on $100,000 bond. Prosecutors say the child was younger than 12 and a family member. The charges follow a lengthy investigation. Assistant prosecutor Bill Dobbs said Lindstedt has been saying for the past several months that he was going to be railroaded by the county, sent to prison, and be killed. Lindstedt has run for a number of local and state offices. He has filed, and lost, a number of lawsuits against a variety of people and entities in the past.

    (Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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    Default Lindstedt disruptive in court again - Neosho Daily News 24 May 2005

    Lindstedt disruptive in court again - Neosho Daily News 24 May 2005

    by Staff, Neosho Daily News



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    In what was basically a rerun of last week, a Granby man
    accused of statutory sodomy became disruptive when asked if
    he was going to seek legal counsel and was escorted from a
    Newton County courtroom.

    Martin Lindstedt, 47, of Granby, became disruptive
    Wednesday morning when asked by Division III Associate
    Circuit Court Judge Greg Stremel whether he intended to
    seek private legal counsel, wanted to be assigned a public
    defender, or planned to defend himself in court
    proceedings. Sporting a new look with half of his face
    clean-shaven, the other half bearded, Lindstedt was removed
    from the courtroom by deputies with the Newton County
    Sheriff's Department.

    This mirrors arraignment proceedings held last week in the
    same courtroom. Asked about legal counsel, Lindstedt made
    remarks about the judicial system, saying judges and
    lawyers were "regime criminals."

    According to the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence
    Report, during his 1998 U.S. Senate bid, Lindstedt listed a
    bill titled "The Extermination of Regime Criminals Act."
    This measure recommended the death of corrupt politicians
    and lawyers, as well as the elimination of public schools.

    Lindstedt, 47, of Granby, was arrested at around 4 p.m. May
    10 and was charged with first degree statutory sodomy, an
    unclassified felony charge which carries a sentence of 10
    to 30 years or life in prison if convicted. Lindstedt's
    accused of having deviate sexual intercourse with a family
    member under the age of 12.

    The charges come from a long-standing investigation of
    Lindstedt by the 40th Judicial Circuit Children's Division
    and the Newton County Sheriff's Department. The
    investigation began after a child abuse hotline call, Dobbs
    said Tuesday.

    Lindstedt remains in the Newton County Jail on $100,000
    bond.


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    Default Gag Order on Lindstedt Mental Evaulation

    Gag Order on Lindstedt Mental Evaulation


    Neosho Daily News
    October 7, 2005



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    A gag order on results of a state mental examination for Martin Lindstedt has been issued.

    On Thursday, Newton County Division III Associate Circuit Court Judge Kevin Selby ordered both prosecutors and potential defense attorneys to keep mum on the results, as well as all witnesses in the courtroom. In addition to court personnel and a representative of the news media, Lindstedt’s live-in “paramour,” Roxie Frausnaught, was present in the courtroom.

    Not present, however, was Lindstedt himself. Within seconds of entering the courtroom Thursday afternoon, Lindstedt questioned the court’s authority, legality, and alleged the court of having “secret proceedings.” He was then escorted from the courtroom by members of the Newton County Sheriff’s Department.

    Once Lindstedt was escorted out, Judge Selby asked Ms. Fausnaught about the Granby man’s financial situation.

    “Well, he don’t have hardly any assets at all,” she said.

    “Would you be sworn in and answer some questions under oath?” he asked.

    “I really don’t want to,” she replied.

    Representing the public defender’s office, James Egan asked the court for some time to conduct an investigation into Lindstedt’s finances, asking that the court reconvene on Thursday, Oct. 20 or at a later date, if needed.

    “I have no objection to the public defender’s office doing an independent investigation to determine what assets Mr. Lindstedt possesses,” the judge said.

    “You don’t take it as an affront?” asked Egan.

    “Not at all,” Selby replied. “I do know Mr. Lindstedt has not been able to bond.

    “I don’t want this case to be languishing just because of the indigency issue,” the judge added.

    Lindstedt is accused of first degree statutory sodomy. A probable cause statement alleges Lindstedt inappropriately kissed a family member on the child’s back, buttocks and groin area sometime between March and August 2003.

    Lindstedt, has been acting as his own attorney in the case and has made several court appearances sporting half of a mustache and beard.

    Lindstedt remains in custody on $100,000 bond and was sentenced to 660 days in the county jail for 22 counts of contempt of court.

    A perennial political candidate, Lindstedt has sought a number of local, county and statewide offices over the years as a Libertarian, a member of the Reform Party and as a Republican. He last sought office this April, when he ran for Granby municipal judge and for a seat on the East Newton R-6 School Board.

    This past summer, Lindstedt filed a lawsuit against former Secretary of State Matt Blunt for refusing to print Lindstedt’s nickname of “Mad Dog” on the statewide ballot in 2002 and in 2004, during the Granby resident’s bids for U.S. Senate and Missouri governor, respectively. In November, the Missouri Attorney General’s office asked that the suit be dismissed “with prejudice,” which bars the right to bring or maintain an action on the same claim or cause. An appeal of the suit was struck down by the U.S. District Court, but on Friday Lindstedt filed a handwritten motion asking that the suit be reinstated.

    Lindstedt has filed, and lost, a number of lawsuits against a variety of people and entities in the past. Among these are a 1996 suit against Missouri Southern State College and the city of Joplin, in which Lindstedt sought $1.3 million from the college and $5 million from the city of Joplin for violation of his civil rights. Also during the mid-1990s, he sued the city of Granby alleging violations of his civil rights in connection with a defective equipment charge.

    Lindstedt also sued the Missouri Libertarian Party in both state and federal courts for kicking the Granby resident out of the organization, and sued Newton County Clerk Kay Baum over his bid for sheriff in 1996. He has also sued Jasper County Judge Joe Shoeberl for alleged constitutional rights violations.

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    Default Lindstedt transfer in works

    Lindstedt transfer in works

    By John Ford
    Neosho Daily News Associate Editor



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    http://www.thephora.co/phoraleaks/sh...#pid1047690545
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    Martin Lindstedt could soon be transferred from the Newton County Jail to a state mental health facility, officials with the prosecutor's office said Thursday.

    Meanwhile, court proceedings in Lindstedt's first degree statutory sodomy case have been put on hold, and 22 counts of contempt of court against the Granby resident have been set aside by Division III Associate Circuit Court Judge Kevin Lee Selby, according to court documents.

    According to Jake Skouby and Bill Dobbs, assistant Newton County prosecutors, Lindstedt will be taken into the custody of the state's department of mental health and his case will be reviewed within six months.

    “Jake and I agree that it's public knowledge that Martin has been committed to the Department of Mental Health,” said Dobbs. “We can't give any specifics as far as placement.”

    Lindstedt will remain a ward of the department of mental health until it's determined he can contribute to his own defense, Dobbs said.

    A jailer answering the telephone at the Newton County Jail said Martin Lindstedt was still in custody Friday morning.

    Lindstedt was accused of inappropriately kissing a family member on the child's back, buttocks and groin sometime between March and August 2003.

    In a short note delivered to the Daily News office last week by a family member, Lindstedt said he wished to be released on his own recognizance, to be able to defend himself in court, and that Judge Selby be removed from the case. He filed four court documents over the past summer and this fall asking that Judge Timothy Perigo reassign the case.

    Lindstedt is in custody on $100,000 bond. Earlier this summer, he was sentenced to 660 days in the county jail for 22 counts of contempt of court for his outbursts in the courtroom.

    Last week, the Neosho Daily News reported that Lindstedt had effectively been excommunicated from the Church of the Sons of YHVH, a white supremacist organization, for “writing and distributing some very disturbing ideas,” according to Pastor Morris L. Gulett. These ideas included “prion poisoning” of game animals, the “skinning alive of prisoners and execution by slow torture,” and the “gang rape of female whigger herd animals to use them as a brooding stock.”

    “Now, you all may be aware that Martin Lindstedt is an ordained pastor with The Church of the Sons of YHVH and the Missouri state contact for the Legion of Saints,” Gulett said in his Aug. 9, 2005, letter titled “A Joyless Announcement,” which was posted on the church's website. “This letter is to make public that this is no longer the case. As of this moment, Martin Lindstedt's ordination as a pastor is null and void and his membership status with the Legion of Saints is revoked. I cannot in good conscience allow anyone who promotes such ungodly behavior and tactics to carry a valid ordination certificate that bears our church standard and my signature. Nor can I in good conscience allow anyone who promotes such ideas to carry a valid membership card that bears the standard of the Legion of Saints.”

    Gulett added he did not believe the allegations brought against Lindstedt were valid.

    “But as I stated, I cannot and I will not allow an ordained pastor of our church of an officer of the Legion of Saints to promote and endorse such vulgar, ungodly, unbiblical, unchristian practices as rape and torture. We are sons and daughters of the Most High YHVH, not street thugs.”

    Gulett is no stranger to brushes with the law. In 1997, police spotted Gulett's van driving the wrong way down an Ohio street. After a 12-mile chase that ended in Beavercreek, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton, Gulett crashed his van into a police car, attempted to run an officer off of the road, and tried to run down another officer before finally crashing his van into a creek.

    Gulett pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated assault on a police officer and was sent to prison, where he was on the receiving end of a severe beating by black prisoners. This left him with a broken nose, a ruptured ear drum and a busted lip. He threatened to sue Montgomery County, but settled out of court for $30,000.

    In 2002, Gulett and the late Ray Redfeairn founded the Church of the Sons of YHVH. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the church supports “white racial supremacy” and the foundation of a group of violent “warriors for God.”

    “We stand on the principles of racial segregation and white racial supremacy,” the church's website states. “We believe that the white race are the direct descendants of the Adamic man made in the image of YHVH, in the of [sic] garden of Eden, and was placed here to be the light bearer and supreme ruling race of this lost and dying world.”

    A perennial political candidate, Lindstedt has sought a number of local, county and statewide offices over the years as a Libertarian, a member of the Reform Party and as a Republican. He last sought office this past April, when he ran for Granby municipal judge and for a seat on the East Newton R-6 School Board.

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    Default Blunt seeks funding for child advocacy centers

    Blunt seeks funding for child advocacy centers

    By Katie Lamb
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    February 8, 2014



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    JOPLIN, Mo. — U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt toured the Joplin Children’s Center on Saturday and spoke with advocates, law enforcement officials and prosecutors about the need to secure funding to help victims of child abuse.

    Last year, Blunt, R-Mo., and other senators introduced bipartisan legislation to re-authorize the Victims of Child Abuse Act, which first passed in 1990 but lapsed in 2005. If passed, the bill would secure $22.5 million in funding for children’s advocacy centers.

    Blunt said President Barack Obama has zeroed out federal funding for the program.

    Although federal dollars do not make up the lion’s share of the budgets for most child advocacy centers, he said, they are important.

    “If (the bill) is on the president’s desk, I believe he’ll sign it,” Blunt said. “There’s never really been any good reason given by the Justice Department why they didn’t think this was a program they wanted to continue.”

    Blunt said that as he works to re-authorize the bill, it’s important for him to have a sense of what happens at the children’s advocacy centers in Missouri.

    The Children’s Center, a not-for-profit organization, serves close to 1,000 children per year from 12 counties and has locations in Joplin, Monett, Nevada and Butler.

    Kathi Olson, executive director of the Children’s Center, said about 35 percent of the center’s funding is private and the rest comes from the Missouri Department of Social Services and grants.

    Dean Dankelson, Jasper County prosecuting attorney, said the center creates a child-friendly atmosphere.

    “We bring the child to one spot, and then all the professionals come in and do their thing here,” Dankelson said, including nurses, law enforcement and children’s division workers.

    “There are two main positive outcomes of that,” he said. “The first is for the child. They only have to tell their story one time. And because they’re only telling it one time, we’re not re-traumatizing them by making them tell it over and over. The other benefit of that is we’re getting better investigation.”

    Olson said she hopes that if the act is re-authorized, it will bring additional support for the services the center provides.

    All of the center’s services are free to the children, families and agencies who use them, she said, and the employees’ salaries are paid for with grants, which have been decreasing over the years.

    Blunt said that as he continues to advocate for the protection of child abuse victims, he wants to be sure he has the support of those who understand that “one interviewer who knows how to ask questions and put children at ease as those questions are asked is a whole lot better than five different interrogations by people who don’t know as much about what they’re doing.”

    “It helps determine what abuse has occurred, it helps prosecute the person that’s been the perpetrator of that abuse, and it begins the restoration process of the kind of life that all of us would want kids to lead,” Blunt said. “And that would be a life free of violence and sexual abuse.”

    State’s needs

    MISSOURI HAS 22 child advocacy centers that in 2012 served 7,000 children, according to U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt.


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    Default Roxie Fausnaught, Appellant, v. The Newton County Juvenile Office, Respondent.

    Roxie Fausnaught, Appellant, v. The Newton County Juvenile Office, Respondent.


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    [B][Missouri Court of Appeals,Southern District,Division One.
    In the Interest of H.B. and H.D., Roxie Fausnaught, Appellant, v. The Newton County Juvenile Office, Respondent.

    Nos. 26446, 26449.
    Decided: June 29, 2005/B]

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    Before GARRISON, P.J., PREWITT, J., and RAHMEYER, J.Appellant, pro se. No Appearance for Respondent.
    Roxie Fausnaught (“Appellant”), maternal grandmother of H.B. and H.D., filed a motion to intervene in cases pending in the Circuit Court of Newton County in which her four grandchildren were placed in foster care after a protective custody hearing was held on April 22, 2004, due to an emergency removal by the Division of Family Services (“DFS”) on April 9, 2004.   Her motion to intervene was denied and she now appeals the denial pro se.   We have consolidated the two appeals.

     The record is devoid of any evidence regarding the type of case from which Appellant appeals.   While the record reveals that her four grandchildren were taken from her daughter and placed in protective custody, the legal file provides no indication as to whether or not Appellant would have a right to intervene.   Appellant only requested a legal file from the trial court from April 9, 2004, until the date her appeal was filed.   Nothing in the docket sheet guides us to understand the issues in the case Appellant appeals.   Further, the notice of appeal only provides that this was a juvenile case where the judge ruled that the natural grandparent could not intervene.

     It is necessary that we address obvious deficiencies in Appellant's brief.   Both attorneys and pro se appellants are held to the same procedural rules, thus pro se appellants do not receive preferential treatment regarding compliance with these rules. Hardin v. State, 51 S.W.3d 129, 130 (Mo.App. W.D.2001).   Due to multiple violations of the Rules of Civil Procedure in Appellant's brief, we dismiss the appeal.

     In this case, Appellant did not submit a complete record on appeal.   A trial transcript must be submitted as part of the record on appeal in order for this Court to make a determination of the issues raised.  State v. Logan, 46 S.W.3d 590, 591 (Mo.App. E.D.2001);  Rule 81.12(a).1  Appellant admits in her brief that she did not file a transcript, saying “Appellant also was unable to purchase a trial transcript thanks to Judge Selby's refusal to allow Appellant's lawful in forma pauperis status.”  Rule 81.12(a) states:

    The record on appeal shall contain all of the record, proceedings and evidence necessary to the determination of all questions to be presented, by either appellant or respondent, to the appellate court for decision.

    The docket sheet stated that the trial court denied Appellant's motion to intervene because “[i]ntervener [sic] resides with alleged perpetrator[.]”  We cannot begin to determine whether this ruling was erroneous without a complete record.   It is the Appellant's responsibility to provide all documents in the record necessary to decide the issues.  Rule 81.12(c).  Without this information, we are unable to determine whether the trial court erred, thus leaving nothing for this Court to review.  Id.

     In addition, a violation of Rule 84.04 is grounds for us to dismiss an appeal.  Stickley v. Auto Credit, Inc., 53 S.W.3d 560, 562 (Mo.App. W.D.2001).   Here, Appellant's points relied on fail to comply with the requirements of Rule 84.04.   The nine points relied on in Appellant's brief state:

    1.  The trial court erred in dismissing Appellant's Motion to Intervene by unlawfully claiming that since Appellant ‘lived with alleged perpetrator’ prior to the scheduled Adjudication Hearing, that the trial court was proceeding on the basis of that which hadn't been proven, thus making a judgment ex parte on that which hadn't been proven yet, but in addition allowing the violation of RSMo 210.183 requiring the Newton County Juvenile Office and Children's Division investigators to provide a written description of the investigation process.   Also lacking was any attempt to complete the investigation within 30 days or a ninety day report with the results according to the dictates of Revised Statute of Missouri (RSMo) § 210.183. Therefore, there being no lawfully accused ‘alleged perpetrator,’ Appellant couldn't have her motion to intervene lawfully denied on that basis by the Newton County Juvenile Division trial court.

    2. The trial court erred in dismissing Appellant's Motion to Intervene by unlawfully claiming that since Appellant “states purpose was for discover” that this was another reason for denying Appellant's Motion To Intervene.

    3. The trial court erred before dismissing Appellant's Motion to Intervene unlawfully as proven by his conduct in having Appellant's domestic partner falsely arrested on April 15, 2004, covering up with this false arrest by means of threatening Appellant with bogus and unlawful contempt of court charges, of allowing the Division III court clerks to tamper with the official records and refusing to release these records to legitimate parties to this action, and again threatening Appellant's domestic partner with false arrest and contempt of court.

    4. The trial court erred after having unlawfully destroyed Appellant's Motion to Intervene, Judge Kevin Lee Selby denied Appellant's right to file a Notice of Appeal in forma pauperis, without even bothering to ask Appellant her financial circumstances as being solely on a VA widow's pension.   Then, upon receipt of a letter from Appellant notifying the Newton County Juvenile Court that she could only afford to borrow from Appellant's domestic partner the $70 docket fee for only two grandchildren, Judge Selby justified his refusal by claiming to know the circumstances behind Appellant's lawyer, who Judge Selby had rendered worthless in representing her.   Appellant also was unable to purchase a trial transcript thanks to Judge Selby's refusal to allow Appellant's lawful in forma pauperis status.

    5. The trial court erred after dismissing Appellant's Motion to Intervene unlawfully as proven by his conduct in refusing to initially sign a final judgment order, in allowing his court clerks to refuse to provide the legal files for Appellant's Record on Appeal and in threatening Appellant's domestic partner, Martin Lindstedt from helping Appellant with her appeal with false arrest and contempt of court for entering the Division III clerk's office.

    6. The trial court erred in appointing as guardian ad litem Attorney Anne Wells given that she had a conflict of interest in that she unlawfully as an appointed municipal judge had threatened to put into jail unless Appellants [sic] domestic partner Martin Lindstedt left an open public municipal court in Granby, Missouri on Sept. 10, 2003 and had falsely arrested and jailed Martin Lindstedt on Feb. 23, 2004 for ‘Disturbing a Judicial Proceeding’ when he argued with Attorney Wells over transferring four traffic tickets from Diamond, Missouri to Newton County for jury trial.   While these false charges were dismissed, however, Attorney Wells should have revealed her conflict of interest and refused to be guardian ad litem given her past and present conflicts against Appellant's domestic partner.

    7. The trial court erred in allowing the Newton County Juvenile Office's Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Bill Dobbs to prosecute this case on behalf of the Juvenile Office and Children's Division of Social Services given that in the case of State of Missouri v. Luper M. Baldwin, CR400-2353FX, Attorney Bill Dobbs allowed Luper M. Baldwin, who confessed to molesting H.D., one of the children party to this case, to escape trial by jury based upon nothing more than the motion of Luper Baldwin's public defender, Kathy Byrnes-Ales in favor of no punishment at all.

    In addition, when Appellant's domestic partner asked for a copy of this open record, Newton County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Dobbs tampered with the official record in an attempt to cover up for the public defender by refusing to release the Motion to Strike Trial Setting filed Nov. 29, 2001 and to cover up for the juvenile judge Don Killebrew's signing that Motion.   It is unlawful and immoral to on the one hand allow confessed child molesters who molested Appellant's granddaughter to escape any punishment or even trial on the one hand, and then to allow Bill Dobbs to protect the Juvenile Officers and social workers from having to obey the law regarding giving lawful notice under Revised Statute of Missouri (RSMo) § 210.152.2 and Revised Statute of Missouri (RSMo) § 210.183 to Appellant's domestic partner unlawfully accused of being an ‘alleged perpetrator.’   Attorney Bill Dobbs also has committed the Class A misdemeanor of tampering with a public record under RSMo § 575.110 by trying to suppress or conceal any public record, i.e., his crimes in collusion with the public defender in covering up State of Missouri v. Luper M. Baldwin, CR400-2353FX, in order to advance this present case against Appellant and the interests of her grandchildren.

    8. Appellant submits that the trial court, the Newton County Division III Juvenile Court with Judge Kevin Lee Selby presiding, along with the Newton County Juvenile Office, its Juvenile Officers Pat Stuart, David Jones, Candi Butts, Cathy Gorham, its Prosecuting Attorney Bill Dobbs and the Newton County Children's Division caseworkers Doug Baugh, Linda Rasmussen, Rocky Macy, and guardian ad litem Attorney Anne Wells haven't made any ‘errors' at all, but rather that they have conspired to steal Appellant's grandchildren, destroy Appellant's family and genetic future, and try to railroad Appellant's domestic partner Martin Lindstedt into prison and have him murdered in prison, for no other reason than because they like to steal and destroy the families of the poor and their political enemies for their own political agenda and self-interest.

    9. Appellant submits that the best interest of her grandchildren is also in the best interests of the state, given that no government nor its criminal court system can long endure a state of affairs wherein the government and its agents are seen kidnapping and buying and selling the children of its poor and political enemies.

    Rule 84.04(d) sets the guidelines for an appellant regarding her points on appeal.   It states:

    (1) Where the appellate court reviews the decision of a trial court, each point shall:

    (A) identify the trial court ruling or action that the appellant challenges;

    (B) state concisely the legal reasons for the appellant's claim of reversible error;  and

    (C) explain in summary fashion why, in the context of the case, those legal reasons support the claim of reversible error.

    The point shall be in substantially the following form:  “The trial court erred in [identify the challenged ruling or action], because [state the legal reasons for the claim of reversible error], in that [explain why the legal reasons, in the context of the case, support the claim of reversible error].”

    Here, Appellant's points relied on fail to comply with the requirements delineated in Rule 84.04(d).  Appellant's points do not identify the rule of law the trial court should have applied, nor do they specify the evidentiary basis supporting the application of the rule of law suggested.   See Rule 84.04(d)(1).   They also fail to set out the legal bases for reversal and explain in summary fashion why, in the context of the case, reversal is mandated on the legal grounds asserted.   See Lemay v. Hardin, 108 S.W.3d 705, 709 (Mo.App. W.D.2003).  “It is not sufficient to merely set out what the alleged errors are, as [Appellant] has done in this case, without stating why the ruling is erroneous.”  Murphy v. Aetna Cas. & Sur. Co., 955 S.W.2d 949, 950 (Mo.App. S.D.1997).   Further, Appellant's points do not intelligibly identify the issues she is pursuing on appeal.   Lastly, Appellant's points relied on violate the proscription in Rule 84.04(d)(4) that “[a]bstract statements of law, standing alone, do not comply with this rule.”   We cannot begin to interpret Appellant's points as stated because we would be forced to act as an advocate for Appellant.  “It is not the function of the appellate court to serve as advocate for any party to an appeal.”  Shochet v. Allen, 987 S.W.2d 516, 518 (Mo.App. E.D.1999).

     Second, Appellant's statement of facts is insufficient.  Rule 84.04(c) instructs that the “statement of facts shall be a fair and concise statement of the facts relevant to the questions presented for determination without argument.”  (Emphasis added).   The purpose of the statement of facts is to provide an immediate, accurate, complete and unbiased understanding of the facts.  Kent v. Charlie Chicken, II, Inc., 972 S.W.2d 513, 515 (Mo.App. E.D.1998).   In her statement of facts, Appellant argues that she was unable to remove her grandchildren from foster care.   She claims it was “due to the unlawful intransigence of the Juvenile Court judge [sic] Kevin Lee Selby and his minions, Appellant's attempt to Intervene and gain discovery were unlawfully negated by Judge Selby.”   Appellant also states that “[a] relative made a hotline call falsely alleging that the place was dirty because she had the hopes of taking Amalie Baldwin's two youngest children and getting on welfare with them in late 2001.”   Appellant not only fails to provide an unbiased and concise statement of facts, she also includes facts seemingly irrelevant to the issues she is raising on appeal.   See White v. Darrington, 91 S.W.3d 718, 722 (Mo.App. W.D.2002).

    Rule 84.04(i) further instructs that the statement of facts is to include specific page references to the legal file or the transcript. Appellant provides a timeline of events that led to her grandchildren being placed in foster care, but fails to provide any specific page references to the record on appeal in her statement of facts.   Violations of Rule 84.04(c) and Rule 84.04(i) constitute grounds for dismissal of an appeal.  Kent, 972 S.W.2d at 515.

     Further, Appellant's argument fails to comply with Rule 84.04(e), which requires the argument section of the brief to include a concise statement of the applicable standard of review for each claim of error.   See Faulkerson v. Norman, 77 S.W.3d 43, 45 (Mo.App. E.D.2002).   In addition, “[a]n argument should show how the principles of law and the facts of the case interact.”  Boyd v. Boyd, 134 S.W.3d 820, 824 (Mo.App. W.D.2004).   While Appellant includes some citations to authority, such citations are misguided and are inapplicable to her claim of error.   She cites one case for the proposition that a denial of a motion to intervene is appealable, however, her other citations to authority include statutes without any explanation as to how the law and the facts of her case interact.   She does not explain how these cases support her contention that the trial court erred in denying her motion to intervene.   See Patterson v. Waterman, 96 S.W.3d 177, 179 (Mo.App. S.D.2003).   When an appellant does not cite relevant authority in support of her position, or explain its absence, we are justified in considering the point abandoned.  Schubert v. Trailmobile Trailer, L.L.C., 111 S.W.3d 897, 906 (Mo.App. S.D.2003). “[A]llegations of error not briefed or not properly briefed shall not be considered in any civil appeal.”   Rule 84.13(a).

    Although we are acutely aware of the problems faced by pro se litigants, Appellant's pro se status does not excuse her from her compliance with Rule 84.04.   See Speer v. K & B Leather Co., 150 S.W.3d 387, 388 (Mo.App. S.D.2004).   As a result of numerous violations in Appellant's brief, nothing is preserved for our review. We dismiss the appeal.

    FOOTNOTES

    1.  Reference to rules are to Missouri Rules of Civil Procedure (2004).

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    Lindstedt Asks Court to Reconsider 'Corrupt Regime Judge'

    John Ford,
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    August 1, 2005



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    Acting as his own attorney, Martin Lindstedt has filed a motion asking
    the court to reconsider assigning Judge Kevin Selby to hear his case.

    Lindstedt, 47, is accused of first degree statutory sodomy. On
    Wednesday, he filed a motion "for this corrupt regime court judge to
    alter, amend, abolish and / or reconsider corrupt judgment to unlawfully
    assign Division III Newton County Juvenile Judge Kevin Lee Selby to hear
    prisoner's case."

    Lindstedt is expected to appear at an indigency hearing at 1:30 p.m.
    this afternoon. According to a probable cause statement, Lindstedt is
    accused of inappropriately kissing a young family member on the child's
    back, buttocks and groin area sometime between March and August 2003.
    Lindstedt has called the probable cause statement "third rate hearsay."

    Last Thursday, Lindstedt was sentenced to 660 days in the county jail
    for 22 instances of contempt of court which took place that afternoon.
    On that day, Lindstedt initially refused to enter Judge Selby's
    courtroom and had to be escorted inside by members of the Newton County
    Sheriff's Department.

    Lindstedt stated several times that Selby had no jurisdiction in the
    case, and demanded that Judge Timothy Perigo preside over the
    proceedings. With each outburst, Selby assessed a 30-day sentence for
    contempt.

    The Granby self-admitted bigot appeared before the judge last week to
    ask that he be moved from solitary confinement into the general jail
    population. Because of the repeated outbursts, the request was not heard.

    Lindstedt remains in jail on $100,000 bond.

    Since his arrest May 10, Lindstedt has had a history of vocal outbursts
    in the courtroom. On three occasions before Stremel, Lindstedt refused
    to answer questions about whether he was seeking private counsel or
    wanted to have a public defender assigned his case. Instead, Lindstedt
    spoke of his beliefs, calling those in the judicial system "regime
    criminals" when asked if he was going to seek private counsel or wished
    to have a court appointed attorney. And according to the Southern
    Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Report, during his 1998 U.S. Senate
    bid, Lindstedt touted a bill titled "The Extermination of Regime
    Criminals Act." This measure recommended the death of corrupt
    politicians and lawyers, as well as the elimination of public schools.

    A perennial political candidate, Lindstedt has sought a number of
    offices over the years as a Libertarian, a member of the Reform Party
    and as a Republican. The latest of these are a 2004 bid for Missouri
    governor and races in April for a seat on the East Newton R-6 School
    Board and as Granby Municipal Judge.

    This past summer, Lindstedt filed a lawsuit against former Secretary of
    State Matt Blunt for refusing to print Lindstedt's nickname of "Mad Dog"
    on the statewide ballot in 2002 and in 2004, during the Granby
    resident's bids for U.S. Senate and Missouri governor, respectively. In
    November, the Missouri Attorney General's office asked that the suit be
    dismissed "with prejudice," which bars the right to bring or maintain an
    action on the same claim or cause.

    Lindstedt has tried to reinstate the lawsuit, but earlier this month,
    U.S. District Court Judge Richard E. Dorr ruled against the attempt.

    Lindstedt has filed, and lost, a number of lawsuits against a variety of
    people and entities in the past. Among these are a 1996 suit against
    Missouri Southern State College and the city of Joplin, in which
    Lindstedt sought $1.3 million from the college and $5 million from the
    city of Joplin for violation of his civil rights. Also during the
    mid-1990s, he sued the city of Granby alleging violations of his civil
    rights in connection with a defective equipment charge.

    Lindstedt also sued the Missouri Libertarian Party in both state and
    federal courts for kicking the Granby resident out of the organization,
    and sued Newton County Clerk Kay Baum over his bid for sheriff in 1996.
    He has also sued Jasper County Judge Joe Shoeberl for alleged
    constitutional rights violations.


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    Selby appears to be a little drunk with power


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    I just finished reading the Neosho Daily News story on the most recent hearing for accused child molester Martin Lindstedt and my first reaction was shock.

    No, I am no longer shocked by anything Martin Lindstedt does. Lindstedt is a racist who files lawsuits whenever the wind changes. Authorities have charged him with felony statutory sodomy. He has run unsuccessfully for every office from East Newton R-6 Board of Education to governor to U. S. Senator.

    His rantings are disgusting, especially when you consider that the only reason he is able to rip into society like he does is because he lives in a society that allows him to do so. Nothing he does shocks me.

    That being said, the comforting thing about Martin Lindstedt, and yes, there is one, is that we know he will never come to power.

    Unfortunately, we cannot say the same about Newton County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Selby.

    Read this excerpt from John Ford's story in the Daily News:


    Quote Originally Posted by Newton County News

    "On Thursday, Newton County Division III Associate Circuit Court Judge Kevin Selby ordered both prosecutors and potential defense attorneys to keep mum on the results, as well as all witnesses in the courtroom. In addition to court personnel and a representative of the news media, Lindstedt’s live-in “paramour,” Roxie Fausnaught, was present in the courtroom."

    The results Selby refers to are in connection with the mental evaluation that was ordered for Lindstedt. If those results show that Lindstedt is not capable of helping to prepare his defense, and that is what recent postings on Neosho Forums have indicated, then that would definitely bring under question Selby's use of his judicial power a few months back when he levied 22 30-day contempt sentences against Lindstedt for disrupting his courtroom during an unsuccessful attempt to hold a hearing. Consider the following paragraph from the Daily's article:

    "Not present, however, was Lindstedt himself. Within seconds of entering the courtroom Thursday afternoon, Lindstedt questioned the court’s authority, legality, and alleged the court of having 'secret proceedings.' He was then escorted from the courtroom by members of the Newton County Sheriff’s Department."
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    For once, Lindstedt was absolutely correct. The judge was conducting secret proceedings.

    This brings into question Judge Selby's understanding of the United States Constitution. Consider what the man did: He held an open hearing and ordered everyone to remain silent about what happened during that hearing. There is a reason why we conduct judicial hearings in the open in the United States. It is to keep society informed . . . and to protect us from judges like Kevin Selby.


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