Towaki Komatsu: I don't trust any of you (referring to the New York City Council"

This is an interesting case.  Towaki Komatsu quote to the New York City Council:  

I don't trust any of you (referring to the New York City Council"


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6 PageID #: 271 Towaki Komatsu 802 Fairmount PL Apt. 4B Bronx, NY 10460 Tel:
718-450-6951 E-mail: Towaki Komatsu@vahoo.com October 8, 2019 United States
District Judge Margo Brodi United States District Court 225 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York 11201 Re: Community Housing Improvement Program v. City of
New York, No. 19-CV-4087(MKB)(RML)(E.D.N.Y.) Dear Judge Brodi, The letter
dated 10/4/19 that Michael Berg ofthe New York State Attorney General's filed in this
action is a nullity. This is mainly because he didn't request my consent to receive any
filings in this action fi-om him via e-mail and I haven't consented to that. Since he is
an attorney, this Court mustn't grant him any leniency with respect to complying with
all applicable procedures in relation to this action that includes proper service
ofpapers. Furthermore, attorneys specialize in lying, misleading, expressing half-
truths, conveniently omitting material facts, and gamesmanship. I am not among Mr.
Berg's ilk in that respect. Mr. Berg neglected to inform this court about the following
pertinent facts that relate to the remarks that he expressed in the letter dated
10/4/19 that I received fi*om him via e-mail at 5:12 pm on 10/4/19: 1. I haven't been
contacted by the plaintiffs in this action nor their attorneys and have no reason to
believe that views expressed by Mr. Berg in his communications to me reflect their
views. Page 1 of 15 6 PageID #: 272 2. The following requests for relief are among

On Sat, Dec 21, 2019 at 12:56 PM Personal Real Estate <personalrealestate1@gmail.com> wrote:
See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peAgTO_sLf4&feature=youtu.be&t=9850

https://www.docketbird.com/court-documents/Community-Housing-Improvement-Program-et-al-v-City-of-New-York-et-al/Letter-dated-October-8-2019-from-Towaki-Komatsu-to-Judge-Brodie-requesting-that-the-motion-to-intervene-be-granted/nyed-1:2019-cv-04087-00042

Towaki
Komatsu
802
Fairmount
PL
Apt.
4B
Bronx,
NY
10460
Tel:
718-450-6951
E-mail:
Towaki
Komatsu@vahoo.com
October
8,
2019
United
States
District
Judge
Margo
Brodi
United
States
District
Court
225
Cadman
Plaza
East
Brooklyn,
New
York
11201
Re:
Community
Housing
Improvement
Program
v.
City
of
New
York,
No.
19-CV-4087
(MKB)(RML)
(E.D.N.Y.)
Dear
Judge
Brodi,
The
letter
dated
10/4/19
that
Michael
Berg
of
the
New
York
State
Attorney
General's
fi
led
in
this
action
is
a
nullity.
This
is
mainly
because
he
didn't
request
my
consent
to
receive
any
fi
lings
in
this
action
fi
-om
him
via
e-mail
and
I
haven't
consented
to
that.
Since
he
is
an
attorney,
this
Court
mustn't
grant
him
any
leniency
with
respect
to
complying
with
all
applicable
procedures
in
relation
to
this
action
that
includes
proper
service
of
papers.
Furthermore,
attorneys
specialize
in
lying,
misleading,
expressing
half-truths,
conveniently
omitting
material
facts,
and
gamesmanship.
I
am
not
among
Mr.
Berg's
ilk
in
that
respect.
Mr.
Berg
neglected
to
inform
this
court
about
the
following
pertinent
facts
that
relate
to
the
remarks
that
he
expressed
in
the
letter
dated
10/4/19
that
I
received
fi
*om
him
via
e-mail
at
5:12
pm
on
10/4/19:
1.
I
haven't
been
contacted
by
the
plaintiffs
in
this
action
nor
their
attorneys
and
have
no
reason
to
believe
that
views
expressed
by
Mr.
Berg
in
his
communications
to
me
reflect
their
views.
Page
1
of
15
Case 1:19-cv-04087-MKB-RLM Document 42 Filed 10/08/19 Page 1 of 16 PageID #: 271
2.
The
following
requests
for
relief
are
among
those
specified
by
the
plaintiffs
in
this
action
on
page
119
and
120
in
the
complaint
that
was
fi
led
in
this
action:
a.
"Declare
the
Rent
Stabilization
Laws
to
be
an
unlawful
violation
of
Due
Process"
b.
"Enjoin
the
application
and
enforcement
of
the
Rent
Stabilization
Laws
as
a
violation
of
Due
Process"

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