United States ex rel. Gerald Mayo v. Satan and His Staff -54 FRD 282 (W.D. Penn. 1971)
Posted on 11:20am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
The Plaintiff sued against Satin for violation of his civil rights. Among the allegations were :
1. that Satin had on numerous occasions caused him misery and unwarranted threats, all against his will;
2. that Satan had placed deliberate obstacles in his path that caused Plaintiff's downfall;
3. that by reason of the foregoing acts, Satan had deprived him of his constitutional rights.
The court noted that, " Even if the Plaintiff's complaint reveals a prima facie recital of the infringement of the civil rights of a citizen of the United States, the Court has serious doubts that the complaint reveals a cause of action upon which relief may be granted by the Court".
The further ruled, " We question whether Plaintiff may obtain personal jurisdiction over the defendant in this judicial district ... the Plaintiff has failed to include with his complaint the required form of instructions for the United States Marshall for directions as to service of process.