Interestingly enough I found something else about Mr. Stout. When I had looked him up before I found his Federal action involving interstate trafficking of stolen property, fraud, etc. but never found a sentencing document. I still haven't but did find out what his sentence was. Know how? I found his Bivens
action against the judge that sentenced him.http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/USCOURTS-alnd-2_09-cv-02355/pdf/USCOURTS-alnd-2_09-cv-02355-0.pdf
On November 18, 2009, Everett Leon Stout, acting pro se,filed a pleading captioned, Notice to ‘Sharon Harris, Clerk.”(Civ. Doc.1, hereinafter the “Complaint” or “Compl.”). Stout
is an inmate at the Federal Correction Institution in Oakdale,Louisiana. Following conviction at trial in this court on multiple counts of interstate transportation of stolen motor vehicles, mail fraud, and conspiracy, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 2312, 1341, and 371, respectively, Stout was sentenced on May 14, 2004, to a prison term of 60 months on counts 1, 13, 16, 17, and 18 of the indictment; 120 months on counts 2 through 8; and 151 months on counts 12, 14, and 15, to be served concurrently.
If my math is correct he could have only been out for maybe a few months when he was picked up on the charges that started this thread, even with good time. Which I don't think he got much credit for since this action was dismissed as being frivolous. The original document I linked to 26 July 2013 was the grand jury indictment and then his appeal, which was also dismissed. This action is what came out of the Habeas Corpus
suit that KickahaOta had linked.
In his rambling and largely incoherent complaint, Stout charges that Judge Bowdre violated the Constitution by allegedly “impersonating an Article III, Judicial Judge” and that she
committed “numerous acts of ‘common law treason’” by “forcing the prosecution” of Stout and his co-defendants in the criminal case. (Compl. at 1 ¶¶ E, F). Stout is seeking his immediate release from federal prison; to have all records of his convictions “expunged”; and, as near as the court can tell, an award of $900,000,000 in damages. If not granted relief, he threatens to put a copy of his complaint on the internet and send copies to the “Fox News Network, Glenn Beck, and Rush Lieumbaugh (sic).” (Id. ¶ J). Stout has not paid a filing fee or applied to proceed in forma pauperis. For the reasons that follow, the court finds that Stout’s complaint is due to be dismissed with prejudice.
Insofar as his complaint is characterized as such a motion, it is due to be denied not only as frivolous but also as barred by the one-year statute of limitations applicable to § 2255 motions.
The memorandum in this case is a good read, they actually attack every single aspect of his suit before announcing it frivolous.