I had overlooked that I had filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, regarding my family matters.
The complaint is a little rambly, but it was clear and that’s what mattered. The complaint speaks to some appeal(s) that I had taken from some intermediary orders; and while those intermediary orders do help paint the picture of what was transpiring here at the time, the appeals taken from those orders were not appeals taken “as of right”; meaning that the interpretation of whether or not the dismissal of those appeals was significant, is subjective. From this, I have more or less omitted those same appeals from publication here on my website, as they are more or less moot at this time.
The relief that I was seeking through my complaint, was for my family court cases to be removed from the State of New York, and heard at the federal level. I had more or less given up on the rulings made by the courts of State of New York by this time.
Interestingly, I was granted the right to be heard as a poor person, and proceed without court fees.
Also, after having read the report recommendation, I found that I needed to take my family court pleadings directly to SCOTUS, if I wished to be heard at the federal level.
The Magistrate’s order report and recommendation was accepted by the judge in it’s entirety.
After reading the Magistrate’s order, I had subsequently made a filing with SCOTUS; prior to the US District court disposing of the matter. I had assumed that it would be dismissed, and I didn’t want to wait.