Here’s a link to the United States’ reply to Master Sergeant (Ret.) Timothy Hennis’s opposition to the United States’ motion seeking the dismissal of Hennis’s habeas petition or, in the alternative, summary judgment.  A hearing in the case is scheduled in United States District Court of the Eastern District of North Carolina on Friday.

2 Responses to “United States’ reply to Hennis’s opposition to motion to dismiss or in the alternative for summary judgment”

  1. Osiris says:

    So, Hennis should agree to be tried by a Courtmartial he believes has no jurisdiction over him case in the first place.
    Then once convicted follow normal appellate process atleast 20 years later, then after the 20 year appellate process seek redress based on the jurisdictional issue?.

    Who is righting this stuff for the government?.

    I dont understand why the government is not responding to the issue at hand JURISDICTION. Hennis maintains no jurisdiction exist and I agree, yet the government continues to argue in essence Hennis should first be convicted then they would deal with the jurisdiction issue.

    According to the government the Federal court cannot address any jurisdictional claims as it pertains to courtmartial until after the Courtmartial. Amazing indeed.

    The government tries to turn Councilman upside down, this is not an issue of Hennis litigating his appeals and in midfstream runs to the Federal Court to raise jurisdiction.

    THE HAS BEEN TRIED YET, and beleives he should’nt be!!

    The very premise of the government’s argument is frankly insulting”Lets convict you first” then you can argue we did’nt have jurisdiction.

    Councilman remains good law and its conclusions are pretty simple to me.

    If Hennis comitted these henious acts I too want him to pay but not by a Mockery of the system.

    If HE DID THESE THINGS GUY should burn in hell but this attempt at a courtmartial does’nt hold water in my book.

  2. Anon says:

    Learn some spelling and grammar Osiris…