White page dating
"By judge" feeds will show all opinions on which the named judge authored the opinion, a concurrence, or a dissent.By Tara Mac Isaac , Epoch Times Several Native American tribes have passed down legends of a race of white giants who were wiped out.
The yakhchal (meaning ice pit) was a type of ancient refrigerator built in the deserts of Persia (now Iran), which was made without electricity, modern coolants, or most elements of modern refrigerators.Human remains have been found there, and a few of the human bones had the marrow removed, suggesting the marrow was eaten. I remember reading something about the giant skeletons found in the mid-west in the 1800’s that were convienently lost.Cannibalism seems to have been a rare practice among these peoples, however. If something this widespread can be covered, then the world actually did end in 2012 and the government covered that up too! The eggheads don’t like their dogma challenged, it seems.Although the Kraken was first noted in the 13th century Icelandic saga, Örvar-Oddr, a researcher believes he has fossil evidence that is linked to this creature.The ancients were cleverer than some people today assume.Chief Rolling Thunder of the Comanches, a tribe from the Great Plains, gave the following account of an ancient race of white giants in 1857: “Innumerable moons ago, a race of white men, 10 feet high, and far more rich and powerful than any white people now living, here inhabited a large range of country, extending from the rising to the setting sun.
Their fortifications crowned the summits of the mountains, protecting their populous cities situated in the intervening valleys.
These monuments are found in North America, specifically along its north-western...
Scandinavian mythology claims the Kraken swallowed up whales and devoured ships.
PACER account holders may register as non-party users of the court's Appellate ECF system to obtain immediate email notification of the filing of opinions and dispositions in specific cases. Use the "View" option to change the number of opinions displayed per page.
Click the cells in the top row of the table to display opinions by case title, case number, case type, case code and date filed.
Opinions will generally be displayed on this website by 10 a.m. Please note that opinions and dispositions are also available from the PACER system shortly before they are posted to this site. Click here to open a PACER account and find out more about fees. This is a powerful tool that can be used to search the entire database of opinions and display them by year, month, case type, case number and case name.