Tamah Jada Clark is a mom and wife who, according to her online biography, was an honors student in high school and college. Clark has also never been in trouble with the law — in fact, she calls herself a “little Miss Goody Two Shoes” — until one day in 2010 when she was pulled over by police in Camilla, Georgia.
She had a couple of loaded semi-automatic weapons in her vehicle, and according to police, she was on her way to a prison where her husband, Jason, was incarcerated — to break him out.
Needless to say, Clark denies the charges completely, saying that the guns were legally registered to her and that she was not even in the vicinity of the prison where her husband was held.
She tried suing the police, on behalf of her son and husband, for civil rights violations, but United States District Court Judge Willis B. Hunt Jr. was not impressed. He threw out the suit earlier this year citing, among other reasons, that Clark’s husband had not signed the filing, as he was legally required to do in a lawsuit pertaining to their child.
On April 20, in a nine-page filing of her own, Clark held nothing back in a legal brief you will definitely want to read — even if you’ve never read, or for that matter, even wanted to read a legal brief in your life.
The entire pro se brief can be read or downloaded above. But here are a few of the highlights of the document whose official, legal title is, “Plaintiffs’ Notice to F*ck this Court and Everything that it Stands For.”
Yes, the asterisk is Tamah Jada Clark’s own.
In addition to calling the judge and the court “a hoe” and threatening to “backhand you both, should you continue to waste my time,” Clark’s legal brief also describes the judge as a “treacherous, lying, spineless, bastard son-of-a-b*tch” and informing him, “You take it up the a*s; and you suck nuts. Lol.”
Clark, who claims to be a citizen of Florida but not of the United States, is also no fan of the American government.
“The United States of America have collectively and individually been politically and legally overthrown by foreign opportunists and domestic sellout b*tches like you,” she tells the judge.
“I am well aware that the court has not spoken to me because it cannot defeat my legal arguments—so it runs and cowers like a panic-stricken hoe that has stolen money from her back-handing pimp,” she adds.
The filing by Tamah Jada Clark has been — rather sarcastically — deemed “a legal masterpiece” by the Above the Law site. But one thing is for sure — there are few, if any, legal documents quite like it.
[Image: Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office]