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- Woman Files Lawsuit Against President
- By LeaAnne Klentzman
- The Fort Bend Star
- A Fort Bend County woman files a lawsuit on former Governor
and current sitting President George W. Bush.
- Margie Schoedinger of Missouri City, Texas has filed
a lawsuit against George W. Bush in Fort Bend County Court. In her suit
she is alleging "race based harassment and individual sex crimes committed
against her and her husband." The suit lists numerous offenses and
asks for actual damages, punitive damages and judgments against George
- In her suit, among the many allegations, she has stated,
"On or about, October 26, 2000, an attempt was made to abduct Plaintiff
(Schoedinger) by three unknown assailants. Because of the actions of these
assailants, Sugar Land police officers were dispatched to the scene. In
the end, no report was taken. The assailants were treated respectfully
and allowed to go free while Plaintiff (Schoedinger) was repeatedly and
aggressively questioned. After filing a lawsuit, the Plaintiff's family
and past contacts were questioned and harassed." As a result, Plaintiff
dismissed Plaintiff's lawsuit. Irrespective of Plaintiff dismissing the
lawsuit, the harassment continued." Schoedinger, goes on to allege
"at some point, she contacted the Houston office of the Federal Bureau
of Investigation, filing a raced based harassment complaint, advising that
the Sugar Land Police Department may or may not be harassing Plaintiff
on behalf of her neighbors in Sugar Land or possibly on behalf of the First
Colony Community Services Association."
- Schoedinger further states in her lawsuit, "The
(FBI) agent in question advised her that the situation appeared to be highly
organized and most likely higher level, such as a racist organization."
Furthermore she states, "Throughout this conversation, she learned
that there was no time that the Defendant (Bush) ever stopped watching
Plaintiff', nor did he stop having sex with Plaintiff. The sole concern
of the Defendant and his representatives was whether Plaintiff could actually
recall whether Plaintiff could actually recall, the individual sex crimes
committed against Plaintiff and Plaintiff's husband, utilizing drugs.
- Section VII of the lawsuit states; "Whether or not
Plaintiff's husband was raped remains in question, as Plaintiff was drugged
after she was raped and her husband was drugged before her rape. Plaintiff
can only state that these men purported to be FBI agents raping her for
the purpose of covering for how many times they had drugged her and allowed
the Defendant to rape her in the same manner."
- She also alleges that in writing letters directly to
the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Houston Office," instead of assisting
Plaintiff with her concerns, the FBI took on the same demeanor as the Sugar
Land Police Department. Eventually, Plaintiff learned, via telephone conversations,
that both the Sugar Land Police Department, and the Houston Office of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation were acting at the behest of the Defendant,
George W. Bush. As a part of their defense, the Sugar Land Police Department
conducted a background investigation into Plaintiff's past activities.
In the end, this investigation yielded the following information: Plaintiff
had seven dates, (which became seven lovers), had told no lies, committed
no crimes, gotten 2 traffic tickets and dated George W. Bush as a minor."
- Sugar Land Police Department Captain Marcaurele said
his department has no record of any complaints by Ms. Margie Schoedinger.
Several attempts were made to contact Ms Schoedinger, she never returned
- Ms. Schoedinger's law suit was filed on December 2, 2002
and is currently in the Fort Bend County system in County Civil Court at
Law 3. Schoedinger is listed as her own legal representative.