Tamah Jade Clark, a resident of Florida, wife to Jason Clark , and mother to baby Clark, filed a legal brief with the district court earlier this month which will no doubt be the opening salvo in some sort of violent, profanity-laced revolution we will all be eventual witness to.

Sarah Jeong, an Internet maven, uncovered this soon-to-be historical document and liberated it from court archives for a mere $4 bucks.

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Some highlights include:

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and...

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and this:

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You should really treat yourself and the whole brief at the bottom of this page.

We found a woman with this glorious site and with the same name on Facebook and reached out to her. Judging by the prose style of her status updates, we feel like this Tamah is the one we seek:

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While we are awaiting response we are enjoying the Ron Paul, Jon Voight, and Janis Joplin clips on her page. Whoever and wherever you are Tamah, you are an undeniable patriot. Salute.

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#Wetrust

Fuck This Court by Sarah Jeong

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UPDATE: Here is the civil order that triggered Tamah’s jazzy-legal-manifesto rant. The whole thing started when Jason Joseph Clark, Tamah’s then boyfriend, was convicted in 2009 of aggravated assault, false imprisonment, cruelty to children, and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. He also had a history of family violence and battery. Jason received a combined thirty-year sentence, which he is currently serving at a prison in Georgia. In 2010, Tamah, identified by police Tamah Jada Wallace, tired to bust him out of prison with an AK, a .45 caliber pistol, numerous wilderness survival items, and baby Clark.

Tamah was charged with conspiracy to aid in the escape of another, conspiracy to commit reckless abandonment, cruelty to children in the first degree and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.

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Oh, Tamah. Tisk, Tisk, Tisk.

UPDATE 2: Tamah wants you to know that she looks good. Guilty as charged!

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