Hon. Fern A. Fisher


Hon. Fern A. Fisher

Deputy Chief Administrative Judge

of NYC Courts

111 Centre Street

New York, NY 10013


Re: CPW Towers, LLC v. Maddox,  Index No. L&T 86146

(Civ. Ct., N.Y. Co. 2014)


Dear Justice Fisher:


Hon. Jack Stoller entered an order in the above-captioned summary proceeding, inter alia, for trial provided that landlord had complied with CPLR § 3041 requiring petitioner to furnish “Items 4,5,6,7 and 9 of the “Demand”  to respondent.  “Particulars” have to be “accurate, brief and clear.”


Petitioner fails to comply with the ABC’s of a Demand for Bill of Particulars.  Instead, respondent would have to contract with a title company to prepare for trial.  This is contrary to the notion of a summary proceeding.  This Court can take “judicial notice” that petitioner has been unable to demonstrate “ownership” if the court reads the trial transcript.  This is called “piercing the ownership veil.”


On August 3, 2016, I appeared in Part C of this Manhattan Housing Court.  Housing Court Judge Jack Stoller was sitting in Part C.  Inexplicably, a person representing himself as a court clerk informed me that the above-captioned summary proceeding had been transferred to Part F in derogation of CPLR § 2221.  I made an appearance in Part F.


Despite community protests of “judge-shopping,” the above-captioned summary proceeding is scheduled to be heard in Part F and not by Judge Stoller on this Wednesday morning.  The community is aware that Dred Scott is real as a state-sponsored class action against blacks.  Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. said it best:  “An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”


“Judge-shopping” raises serious concerns about the integrity of the Landlord-Tenant Court.  Is it really the Landlord Court?  President-elect Donald Trump taught me about special interest groups.  This knowledge allowed me to unilaterally set in motion an apparatus to save the African Burial Ground in Manhattan.  FIRE, a special interest group, controls New York City.


The above-mentioned summary proceeding has to be reassigned to Part C and before Housing Court Judge Jack Stoller on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. under CPLR § 2221.    Because of CPLR § 2041, this matter has to be “summarily dismissed” in the interest of justice and to end, unbalanced, protracted litigation.


Very truly yours,

Alton H. Maddox, Jr.



cc:  Cullen & Associates, P.C

Clerk, Housing Court

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