Intervener holds that the contradiction between Title 18 Sec. 241, 42 USC 1983 and 42 USC 1988 certainly puts the Taxpayer at the mercy of the arbitrary power of special-interest attorneys and a judiciary which in recent years has disregarded the Citizen in favor of such lawyers who leave the Citizen without a redress of grievances, a situation which flies in the face of both the spirit and word of our God-given liberties. By this Counter-Complaint let this Court not be counted with the dark and hopeless judgments unto which the Godly people of Tennessee have been subjected, losing both our Rights and our Purses by such arbitrary power. The history of the ACLU lawsuits and other special-interests attorneys has reflected the philosophy of Roger Baldwin, the founder of the ACLU, who hated Capitalism and equating Christianity as the foundation of Capitalism, set out to destroy both. Integrity would demand that he and his followers at least pay their own way.
Intervener insists that if these plaintiffs have such a dedication to their jaded cause, the attorneys should volunteer to pay their own legal bills as has the Intervener done in all her legal work. Any other attorneys hired for the special purposes in such cases as this Complaint should fall under the same condemnation of voluntary services and leave the Taxpayer and Common Citizen to the exercise of his God-Given Rights without being penalized by special-interest lawyers while the Bill of Rights, Declaration of Rights, and Common Sense is overrun or ignored. The tactics employed by special-interest lawyers is contrary to the Righteousness of Christ, in Whose Name this Intervener presents her pleadings.
Conclusion: The suit of the plaintiffs should be dismissed because it violates:
1. Common sense and integrity
2. The United States Bill of Rights, Article 10
3. The Tennessee Declaration of Rights and establishes avenue for Arbitrary Power.
4. Title 42 USC 1983
5. Title 18 Sec. 241
Intervener therefore begs the Court to dismiss the cause of the plaintiffs and that all attorneys' fees under 42 USC 1988 be denied and that the fines and imprisonment ordered by Title 18 Sec. 241 be brought to bear upon the plaintiffs in this heinous suit.
Respectfully submitted, June Griffin Pro se.