734 Rutland Avenue
Teaneck, NJ 07666
814-880-9308
June 22, 2009

Judge John G. Koeltl
U. S. District Court S.D.N.Y.
U. S. Courthouse
500 Pearl Street
New York, NY 10007

Re: District Court Case #08 CIV. 2457 (JGK)

Dear Judge Koeltl:

I have received your Court ORDER of June 16, 2009, to appear for conference on June 26, 2009. I also have received a copy of the letter of June 12, 2009, from Max McCann addressed to you.

There is an inaccuracy in Mr. McCann's letter. He states that Plaintiff "has not provided the undersigned with the executed consent and authorization for the release of records." In fact I responded twice with carte blanche permission to contact all of the New York State Courts involved in the issue at hand. Copies of these were submitted to the U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York. The Pro Se Clerk of Court returned them to me on April 14, 2009, with the statement that "discovery requests cannot be accepted by the Court." Perhaps you are unaware of this rule, since you sent me an ORDER of May 12, 2009, to provide information which I do not have, and which I believe does not exist.

Both you and Mr. McCann have all of my correspondence with all of the New York State courts. It was enclosed with the submission of my REVISED COMPLAINT of April 29, 2008. Mr. McCann cleverly convinced you to order me to provide nonexistent information. Since I could not do so, he requested in his letter of June 12, 2009, that you dismiss this case.

In the copy of my letter of June 15, 2009, to the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals: Second Circuit, I advised the U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York that I would be in Las Vegas, NV on June 26, 2009. My letter was received by the District Court on June 16, 2009, at 11:39 am. Yet in your ORDER of June, 16, 2009, you ordered Mr. McCann and me to appear for a conference on June 26, 2009. Of course I cannot attend on this date. I anticipate that you will find me in contempt of court and dismiss the case.

It is clever of you and Mr. McCann to devise this method of burying this case and protecting the criminal behavior of the police. I now have further substantiation of why the general public holds the legal profession in such low esteem.

In the event that I am wrong in my prediction that you will find me in contempt of court and dismiss this case, I will be pleased to meet with you and Mr. McCann at our mutual convenience. Perhaps we can resolve some or all of the issues that exist. The dates that I am available for court appearances in July and August are:

July 15 after noonJuly 16 all dayJuly 17 after noon
July 22-24 all dayJuly 27 & 28 all day July 29 after noon
July 30-31 all dayAug. 3-6 all dayAug.18-27 all day
Aug. 28 after noon

I have the financial means to hire an attorney to represent me, but I have chosen to proceed pro se. Perhaps I have a fool for a client, but at least I have honest counsel.

Copies of this letter, as well as your ORDER of June 16, 2009, and the letter of Mr. McMann of June 12, 2009, are being sent to the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals:Second Circuit to be included as an ADDENDUM to my AFFIDAVIT FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS (CONTINUED): PERMANENT RESTRAINING ORDERS for Circuit Court Case #08-4931-op.

Sincerely yours,

Julian Heicklen
Plaintiff

CC: Max McCann, Assistant Corporation Counsel, The City of New York, Law Department, 100 Church Street. New York, NY 10007

Catherine O'Hagan Wolfe, Clerk of Court. United States Court of Appeals: Second Circuit, United States Courthouse, Foley Square, 40 Centre Street, New York, NY 10007