FIJA Distribution in Orlando, FL 5–8–12
    Mark Schmidter and I arrived at the Osceola County Courthouse in Kissimmee, FL on May 8, 2012 at 7:44 am.  It was a cool (for Orlando) and sunny day.  We were met by Scott Montgomery, Riaz Khan, and James Alvarado.  Mark, Riaz, and I all had been served court orders not to distribute literature at the courthouses in that area of Florida.  However Scott and James distributed about 30 FIJA flyers titled: “Your Jury rights—True or False.”  Four more Tyranny Fighters were recruited.  We quit the distribution at 8:36 am, because all the potential jurors had already arrived.

    At 11:30 am Mark and I went to Orange County Sheriff’s Property Office to reclaim our property that been confiscated at our respective arrests last year.  We were told that my property was there, but would not be released until Deputy Sheriff Bernardo Schulte gave his permission.  Mark’s property was at the courthouse.  We left at 12:18 pm.  In a later telephone call, permission was denied to receive our property.

FIJA Distribution in Fort Lauderdale, FL 5–10–12
    Don Sheldon and I appeared at the Broward County, FL (Fort Lauderdale) Courthouse at 10:19 am on May 10, 2012.  It was a warm and sunny day.  We distributed about 100 pamphlets entitled “Your Jury Rights: True or False” with my insert.  We spoke with 3 friendly lawyers, one who knew who I am from the NY Times article.  Two court guards watched us throughout, but did not approach us.  We left at 11:14 am.

FIJA Distribution in Fort Lauderdale, FL 5–11–12
    Don Sheldon and I appeared at the Broward County, FL courthouse at 10:23 am on Friday, May 11, 2012.  It was a warm and sunny day.  We distributed 85 pamphlets entitled “Your Jury Rights: True or False” with my insert.  One court guard observed us throughout.  He only approached me once to ask that I remove my supplies from the top of the outside cigarette disposal container, which I did.  We left at 11:21 am.

Summary of appearances by Heicklen
    Now I have distributed FIJA information 19 times at 9 county courthouses and 65 times at 40 federal courthouses.