@4:00 of >> https://rumble.com/v1xi6vh-juan-o-savin-112722-video-b.html << Loy Brunson says that a case analyst from the office of Scott S. Harris, Clerk of the Supreme Court of the United States called Raland Brunson who 'requested' him to make changes to his petition.
- "A case analyst from his office called my brother [Raland] and told him that they had decided to accept his case based on the Rule 11 petition platform. Which means, accepting it without us having to go to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals because they obviously characterized this as a national emergency.
- And so, they also requested that he put additional pleadings in it that they had been seeing from the docket from the lower federal court.
- And so, they said 'Get that in there & get it to us as soon as you can.'
- We put that all together."
Scott Sessions Harris
20th Clerk of SCOTUS
"The clerk is one of the court's four statutory officers. The others are the marshal, the librarian, and the reporter of decisions." -- Wikipedia (No mention of a 'case analyst' on the Wikipedia site.)
There appears to be several case analysts that work under the Clerk of SCOTUS, Scott S Harris: Michael Duggan; Redmond K. Barnes; Clayton Higgins; Cluad de Alde; Jacob A. Levitan; Lisa Nesbitt; Melissa Blalock; Sara Simmons; Susan Frimpong; Clara Houghteling are some of them. In the Sarah Westhall interview with Loy Brunson [@12:40], Loy indicates that the case analyst is a 'she' - a woman. There are a number of women that are case analysts - Lisa D. Nesbitt or Melissa Blalock or Sara Simmons or Susan Frimpong or Clara Houghteling - one of them - is to be the case analyst who spoke with Raland on the phone.
I imagine that a Clerk of SCOTUS can direct one of his case analysts to provide information over the phone, as long as it falls in line with what is provided in the Supreme Court Guide For Prospective Indigent Petitioners For Writs of Certiorari.
Here's the guide for those pro se individuals from SCOTUS' Office of the Clerk ...
Edited December 5 by turiya