COURTS DID NOT OBSERVE PROPER PROCEDURE REGARDING WANTA’S LEGAL REPRESENTATION

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COURTS DID NOT OBSERVE PROPER PROCEDURE REGARDING WANTA’S LEGAL REPRESENTATION

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From: Ambassador Lee Emil Wanta <somam@prodigy.net>
To: President Albert Gore; “First Lady, Nancy Reagan”; Attorney General Eric Holder;
Counselor Gene Sperling; Avocat Daniel GAHLEITHNER; SEC_Chair Mary Jo White; US
President Barack Obama; US President Barack Obama; President Barack Obama; DNI_Lt
General James R Clapper; NSA_General James Jones; SEC_Chair Mary Jo White ;
POTUS_Office of the President; US President Barack Obama; OVP_Vice President Joe Biden;
WH_Chief of Staff_Denis McDonough; NEC_Director Gene Sperling; US Supreme Court_Chief
Justice John G Roberts; AAG Lanny Breuer; Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter;
Stephanie Cutter; U.S. Speaker John Boehner; U.S. Speaker John Boehner; Atty Gen_J.B. Van
Hollen; U. S. President Barack Obama; U. S. President Barack Obama; WI_Justice Pat
Roggensack; His Holiness Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI; Austria_Fin Min Maria Fekter;
POTUS_U.S. President Barack H. Obama; IMF_Christine Lagarde_M.D.; General Charles
Jones III; CEA_Chrm Alan Krueger; HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius; Chairman Nout Wellink;
US President Al Gore; US President Al Gore; Lt Gov Rebecca Kleefisch; OVP_Chief of Staff
Bruce Reed; H. R. Speaker_John Boehner; US Speaker of the House_John Boehner;
WI_Governor Scott Walker; WI_Justice Pat Roggensack
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 3:57 PM
Subject: ISA_DANE COUNTY_WI_COURTS -vs- WI SECY OF STATE_OFFICIAL
DOCUMENTATION_14MAR1994
DUTY, HONOR and COUNTRY
Ambassador Leo E Wanta
S.D.R. Diplomatic Passports, No. 04362 and No. 12535
USA (202) 379 2904 ext. 001

LETTER FROM WISCONSIN SECRETARY OF STATE PROVES COURTS DID NOT
OBSERVE PROPER PROCEDURE REGARDING AMBASSADOR LEO WANTA’S LEGAL
REPRESENTATION.
STATUTE 71.80(12)
In reading the following document, it is first necessary to know what the referenced statute says. The
Wisconsin Secretary of State, LaFollette, says in the subject line of a 1994 letter to Ambassador Leo E.
Wanta: “Re: Document Submitted under s. 71.80(12) Stats.”
Before reading the letter to Ambassador Wanta from the Wisconsin Secretary of State (below), look at
what s. 71.80(12) Stats says. Remember that as of June 1988 (6 years prior to the date of this letter),
Wanta was declared by the City of Vienna, Austria, a legal resident of that City. Also remember that the
Wisconsin Secretary of State was a member of the Governor’s Cabinet (who outranks County Judges
relative to legal decisions involving the Secretary of State’s Office). It is also important to note that the
Wisconsin Secretary of State addresses Leo E. Wanta as “Ambassador.”

1. Service under par. (a) 1. or (b) 1. shall be made by serving a copy of the notice, order, pleading, or
process upon the department of financial institutions or by filing a copy of the notice, order, pleading, or
process with the department of financial institutions.
2. Service under subd. 1. upon a person, or that person’s personal representative, shall be sufficient if all
of the following conditions are met:
a. Within 10 days of completion of service, notice of the service and a copy of the served
notice, order, pleading, or process are sent by mail by the state department, officer, or agency making the
service to the person, or that person’s personal representative, at that person’s last-known address.
b. An affidavit of compliance with this paragraph is filed with the department of financial
institutions.
The following letter of Wisconsin Secretary of State LaFollette is dated March 14, 1994 and is stampdated by the Court establishing receipt of the letter on March 15, 1994.
This exhibit proves Branch 13 County Court in the State of Wisconsin, Dane County/County of Dane, had
in its possession a letter from Douglas LaFollette, Wisconsin Secretary of State, stating that a man named
Ambassador Leo E. Wanta was in their County Jail in Madison, WI. The LaFollette letter proves that
Ambassador Wanta, a nonresident of Wisconsin, had in April 1994 submitted a document to the Secretary
of State under s. 71.80(12 Stats requesting the Secretary of State’s office to represent Ambassador Wanta
in legal proceedings in the State of Wisconsin as required/allowed by 71.80(12).
This letter from the Secretary of State informs Ambassador Wanta that his office could be served under
the cited statute as lawful attorney for service of notice, order, pleading or process. It is clear that Judge
Nowakowski was informed by LaFollette that the Office of the Wisconsin Secretary of State could, under
s. 71.80(12) serve as Wanta’s lawful attorney. Unfortunately for Wanta, the Court misinformed the
Secretary of State’s Office as to the status of his legal representation, telling Mr. LaFollette that Wanta
was being represented by John Chavez, Esq. Judge Nowakowski withdrew from the case almost
immediately and was assigned elsewhere.
Mr. Chavez was never requested or retained by Ambassador Wanta as his legal counsel, nor was he ever
legitimately appointed by the Public Defender’s office to represent Wanta.
The history of courtroom antics involving Mr. Chavez and his assignment to represent Mr. Wanta began
when the Court, on three or four different occasions, required mental competency tests of Wanta. Chavez
was never appointed by the Court to serve as Ambassador Wanta’s criminal legal counsel for trial and he
tried to withdraw as counsel on numerous occasions. Because the Director of Psychological Services at
Wisconsin’s Winnebago Mental Health facility refused to say Ambassador Wanta was mentally
incompetent, the State of Wisconsin proceeded with a criminal trial and Mr. Chavez was “held over” from
his assignment as coordinator for Wanta’s mental health evaluations to serve as criminal counsel.
Chapter 9 of WANTA! Black Swan, White Hat has a thorough explanation of what occurred regarding the
assignment of Mr. Chavez to represent Ambassador Wanta. Here is an overview from the court
transcripts of some of the skullduggery that occurred during the opening phase of the Wanta Kangaroo
Court in Wisconsin on May 8, 1995 regarding Mr. Chavez as legal counsel. LINK

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