William Thomas
2817 11 th Street N.W. Apt. B
Washington, D.C. 20001
(202) 462-0757

Supreme Court of the United States
Office of the Clerk
Washington, D.C. 20543
ATT: William K. Suter

December 8, 1992

Dear Sir:

This is a follow-up to my letter of November 26, 1992 in which I expressed concern about the docketing of case #92-6732, Thomas (Mary Huddle et. al.) v. Ronald Reagan. et. al..

On November 27, 1992 my wife, and co-petitioner in this case, Ellen Thomas visited your office and discovered that our pleadings had, in fact, been lost. Ellen supplied a second copy of our application for certiorari with a 375 page Appendix.

We received notice by mail that the case had been docketed on November 30th.

On December 3, 1992 I visited your office and discovered that our application, and the first thirty pages of the Appendix had actually been filed, but the other 340odd appendix pages had vanished. At first the clerk assisting me insisted that the papers contained in the record were all that had been received. When it was pointed out that the thirty pages of appendix attached to the application in the record was identical to the first thirty pages in a copy of the Appendix which I had with me, they admitted that the other pages seemed to be missing. Another copy of the Appendix was made from the copy I had brought with me, and that copy was included in the record.

I am still concerned about insuring that a complete copy of our pleadings reach each of the Justices' chambers, and the Library of Congress' Records and Briefs.

Although we are indigent we have been able to acquire ten copies of our pleadings. I would like to deliver a copy to the Justices' chambers and the Library of Congress for inclusion in their records.

Please advise me on these issues.

Thank you,

/s/ W. Thomas
William Thomas