Judge Ashley Royal continued court
proceedings on the National Holiday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr.s' birthday
Witness Recants Her Testimony
Ques: Why is the government still holding
Dr. Malachi Z York-EL with these FACTS from there lead witness?
Ans: Because, Abigail recantment proves the
government targeted Dr. Malachi Z York-EL and the pretrial transcripts
backs her testimony, No EVIDENCE, Agents didn't audio tape or video tape
the alleged victims statements and more. (Government Conspiracy)
Dr. Malachi Z York-El caring ways
By Concern Citizen
In the case against Dr. Malachi Z York-EL judge C. Ashley
Royal a novice as a judge continued to held court proceedings on
the National Holiday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jrs.
birthday, this was a violation of Federal Laws that he took an
oath to uphold, Is this why this ( NOVICE AS A JUDGE) was put on
this case? Because all of the injustices and mistakes that
judge C. Ashley Royal blatantly is overlooking has to be from
his inexperience as a judge and the knowledge of the Federal
Ques: Could this be a sign that Judge C. Ashley Royal is a
racist, to hold the court open on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's
What the Nuwaubians is asking for, is that the government give
Dr. York a fair trial or release him. Remember Maku Chief Black
Thunderbird Eagle is the Chief of the Yamassee Native Americans
Moors that was on these shores before the Europeans arrived here
and Maku's bloodline proves this to be the FACTS. On the earlier
Transcripts Maku asked to speak an when the judge let him speak
Maku AKA Dr. Malachi Z York-EL said this court DO NOT have
Jurisdiction in the case.
Why? Because I Am the Chief of the Yamassee Native
Americans Moors an INDIGENOUS PEOPLE of this land, and you the
(Court) are settlers and confederates and I the Chief of the
Yamassee Will not receive a fair trial in your courts, now as
Nuwaubians always say don't believe us go check it out. Read the
Pre- trial transcripts.
First of all judge C. Ashley Royal should have
RECUSED himself from this case
because of a CONFLICT of
INTEREST, being an attorney against
Dr. York's family where the outcome was in the favor of Mr.
York's family where a large sum of money was rewarded.
Before Ashley Royal became a judge, appointed by President Bush,
he was an attorney for Jones, Cork, & Miller in Macon Georgia.
While working for this law firm he represented Oconee Regional
Medical Center in Civil Action Case No. 98CV34669C. This case
involved the wrongful death of Roosevelt Richardson, the leader of
the United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors. Mr. Roosevelt is the father
in law of Malachi York and the Grandfather of three of Malachi
York's children. Mr. Richardson's untimely death greatly affected
the entire family. Attorney C. Ashley Royal and Oconee Regional
Medical Center lost the civil case and the family was awarded a
large sum of money for medical malpractice . . .
Ques: How could Judge C. Ashley Royal be
impartial in the case against Dr. Malachi York, when losing a
case for over 25 MILLION DOLLAR to Dr. York's family ?
TITLE 5 > PART III > Subpart E > CHAPTER 61 > SUBCHAPTER I > §
6103Prev | Next § 6103. Holidays
How Current is This? (a) The following are legal public
New Year’s Day, January 1.
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., the third Monday in
Washington’s Birthday, the third Monday in February.
Memorial Day, the last Monday in May.
Independence Day, July 4.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September.
Columbus Day, the second Monday in October.
Veterans Day, November 11.
Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November.
Christmas Day, December 25.
(b) For the purpose of statutes relating to pay and leave of
employees, with respect to a legal public holiday and any other
day declared to be a holiday by Federal statute or Executive
order, the following rules apply:
(1) Instead of a holiday that occurs on a Saturday, the Friday
immediately before is a legal holiday for—
(A) employees whose basic workweek is Monday through Friday; and
(B) the purpose of section 6309  of this title.
(2) Instead of a holiday that occurs on a regular weekly
non-workday of an employee whose basic workweek is other than
Monday through Friday, except the regular weekly non-workday
administratively scheduled for the employee instead of Sunday,
the workday immediately before that regular weekly nonworkday is
a legal public holiday for the employee.
(3) Instead of a holiday that is designated under subsection (a)
to occur on a Monday, for an employee at a duty post outside the
United States whose basic workweek is other than Monday through
Friday, and for whom Monday is a regularly scheduled workday,
the legal public holiday is the first workday of the workweek in
which the Monday designated for the observance of such holiday
under subsection (a) occurs.
This subsection, except subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1), does
not apply to an employee whose basic workweek is Monday through
(c) January 20 of each fourth year after 1965, Inauguration Day,
is a legal public holiday for the purpose of statutes relating
to pay and leave of employees as defined by section 2105 of this
title and individuals employed by the government of the District
of Columbia employed in the District of Columbia, Montgomery and
Prince Georges Counties in Maryland, Arlington and Fairfax
Counties in Virginia, and the cities of Alexandria and Falls
Church in Virginia. When January 20 of any fourth year after
1965 falls on Sunday, the next succeeding day selected for the
public observance of the inauguration of the President is a
legal public holiday for the purpose of this subsection.
(1) For purposes of this subsection—
(A) the term “compressed schedule” has the meaning given such
term by section 6121 (5); and
(B) the term “adverse agency impact” has the meaning given such
term by section 6131 (b).
(2) An agency may prescribe rules under which employees on a
compressed schedule may, in the case of a holiday that occurs on
a regularly scheduled non-workday for such employees, and
notwithstanding any other provision of law or the terms of any
collective bargaining agreement, be required to observe such
holiday on a workday other than as provided by subsection (b),
if the agency head determines that it is necessary to do so in
order to prevent an adverse agency impact. When a regular
employee as defined by section 2105 of this title or an
individual employed regularly by the government of the District
of Columbia, whose pay is fixed at a daily or hourly rate, or on
a piece-work basis, is relieved or prevented from working on a
(1) on which agencies are closed by Executive order, or, for
individuals employed by the government of the District of
Columbia, by order of the Mayor;
(2) by administrative order under regulations issued by the
President, or, for individuals employed by the government of the
District of Columbia, by the Council of the District of
(3) solely because of the occurrence of a legal public holiday
under section 6103 of this title, or a day declared a holiday by
Federal statute, Executive order, or, for individuals employed
by the government of the District of Columbia, by order of the
he is entitled to the same pay for that day as for a day on
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