Shaquan Lasane commenced this pro se action asserting claims against multiple defendants (some also appearing pro se) arising out of a state court custody proceeding in Wake County, North Carolina, bringing claims under the Fair Debt Collections Act, the False Claims Act, the Treaty of Peace and Friendship, as well as claims for invasion of privacy, kidnapping, embezzlement, bankruptcy, bank fraud, mail fraud, perjury, conspiracy, enticement into slavery, and involuntary solitude, among others. The defendants responded seeking dismissal on the basis of sovereign
immunity, the Rooker-Feldman doctrine, and for failure to state a claim.
The district court dismissed the action, as it was prohibited from reviewing even "unconstitutional judgments" entered in "Wake County Family court", which removed her son from her home, based on the Rooker-Feldman doctrine.
A wise example of judicial avoidance of addressing any of the more lunatic claims of sovereign immunity, application of the FDCPA and False Claims Act to child custody and the Treaty of Peace and Friendship.
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