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Haywood Jackson Mizell

767 Bush Creek Road

Opelika, AL 36804






Haywood Jackson Mizell         )    

                  Plaintiff   ) CIVIL ACT #1:21-cv-00569-ECM-SMD


                              )      COMPLAINT  


                               ) Promissory Notes Sold

Vs                           ) No Holder-in-Due Course

                              ) Denial Due Process

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.         ) Superior Title Holder?

PHH Mortgage Corporation     ) Payment in Full Refused      

                   Defendants ) Jury Trial Demanded



     Notice is hereby given that Haywood Jackson Mizell commenced a civil action against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., and PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION on the 27th day of August 2021. The Plaintiff claims a right, title, interest, or claim in and to; Property located at 285 East Broad Street, Ozark, Alabama 36360 described from deed as follows:

House and lot on East Broad Street in the City of Ozark, Alabama, known as

the J. D. Holman Residence property, and being more particularly described as follows: Bounded on the south by East Broad Street, on the east by house and lot known as the L. W. Kolb property recently purchased by Dr. William

E. Chesser and wife, on the north by property formerly known as the Charlie Stokes lot and now accessed to Mike Sollie, Sr., estate, and on the West by

a narrow street or alleyway called Rye Street and currently called Mutual Street. The property conveyed herein comprises in the aggregate two and one-half acres, more or less, and it is the intent to convey all of the

property acquired by the said J. D. Holman for his said home site, including· the parcel in the northwest corner of the total tract acquired from Saphronia Smith, the one-half acre, more or less, in the southeast corner of the total tract acquired from S. B. Brown and wife in 1912, and the one and one-half acres comprising the east portion of the total tract acquired from C. A.




Stokes in 1907, together with any other parcels acquired by J. D. Holman and

used by him in connection with the said home-place conveyed herein.


     The Plaintiff alleges, among other things, the following:

1. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. failed to prove their claim against Haywood Jackson Mizell and Alice Faye Mizell, Plaintiff and wife.

2. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. executed WITHOUT TITLE HOLDER-IN-DUE-COURSE AUTHORITY, a non-judicial foreclosure in bad-faith against the laws of Alabama with no required Mortgage Banker Bond, and against the Supreme law of the land as previously decided by the United States Supreme Court.

3. Wells Fargo Bank N.A. unlawfully sold the above-described property to a public entity outside mandatory exclusive eminent domain due-process procedure. The illegal plunder was the result of the simulated foreclosure auction conducted on February 19,2013 prohibiting private bonding company settlement since there was no required bond for settlement.

The seizure of a debt-free residence by a municipality was enabled and ratified from actions, where there was no default, of a law firm whose managing partner knowingly acted without providing any legal authority whatsoever and after the firm’s refusal of full payment, that would eliminate default if any, refusing satisfaction of any provable remaining debt balance. Wells Fargo Bank’s official signature confirmed full payment had been made. NO DEFAULT.

     Nathan E. Hardwick, managing law partner kept the proceeds from the auction for his own personal use. Hardwick is now serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison.

     Supreme Court of Alabama ruled in 1949 that District Courts are to intervene to see that just compensation is paid when property is conveyed from private to public ownership. The current status of the complaint: under further review by USMD after order from the Eleventh Court of Appeals.

Respectfully submitted,




Haywood Jackson Mizell

767 Bush Creek Road

Opelika, Al 36804

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Judicial Activism


American Minute with Bill Federer

Judicial Activism: Why Justices should NOT Usurp Power & Make Laws





Yale President Ezra Stiles stated in 1783:


"Most states of all ages ... have been founded in rapacity, usurpation and injustice ...


The Nimrods ... (were) the first invading tyrants of the ancient ages ... The spirit of conquest had changed the first governments ...


All succeeding ones have in general proved one continued series of injustice, which has reigned in all countries for almost 4,000 years."


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The first invention was the plow. The Bible tells of Cain being a "tiller of the soil."


Then people started hitting each other with and they turned into weapons.


British philosopher Thomas Hobbes, in Leviathan (1651), wrote of man in his primitive state:


"Every man is enemy to every man ... Men live without other security than what their own strength ... (There was) ... no culture ... no society ...


And worst of all, continual fear, and danger of violent death ... The life of man (was) solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short."





Insecurity for life and property caused people to gravitate together for protection.


When people who are threatened get together for mutual protection, one of them knows how to fight better than the rest, and everyone says, you be our captain to organize our defense.


The Book of Judges, chapter 10, gives an example of this:


"When the children of Ammon made war against Israel, the elders of Gilead went… unto Jephthah, 'Come, and be our captain, that we may fight with the children of Ammon.'"





When a captain organizes people to fight and they win, everyone tends to show preference to the captain's family.


The Book of Judges, chapter 8, has the account:


"Then the men of Israel said unto Gideon, 'Rule thou over us, both thou, and thy son, and thy son's son also: for thou hast delivered us from the hand of Midian.'"


Over time, the sons and grandsons claim to be an elite family, a political machine, giving out favors to their supporters and ostracizing their opponents.


Inevitably, one family member begins to act as a political boss, a gang leader, a despot, ... a king.





Even if a king concentrates power for the purpose of doing good more efficiently, after he dies, that power is passed on to his descendants who are tempted to use it oppressively.


The Book of Genesis, chapters 37-50, Joseph in Egypt helped concentrate power into the hands of the Pharaoh who used it for good, providing food for the children of Israel, giving them the best land of Goshen, and even employing them to care for his cattle.


But then there was a new Pharaoh "who did not know Joseph," and he used the concentrated power to oppress the children of Israel, making them throw their sons into the Nile River.





Boasting of concentrated power, King James I told Parliament in 1609:


"Kings are not only God's lieutenants upon earth and sit upon God's throne, but even by God himself they are called gods ...


Kings are compared to the head ... of the body of man ...


It is sedition in subjects to dispute what a king may do in the height of his power ...


The king is overlord of the whole land, so is he master over every person that inhabiteth the same, having power over the life and death of every one of them ... so the power flows always from himself."





France's Louis XIV, the "Sun King," reportedly stated:


"It is legal because I wish it";




"I am the State" ("L'État, c'est moi").





Santa Anna declared himself Mexico's dictator-for-life and insisted he be addressed by the title "Most Serene Highness."


He wrote to U.S. minister to Mexico, Joel R. Poinsett:


"A hundred years to come my people will not be fit for liberty ... a despotism is the proper government for them."





Webster's 1828 Dictionary defines:



1. Absolute power; authority unlimited and uncontrolled by men, constitution or laws, and depending alone on the will of the prince; as the despotism of a Turkish sultan.


2. An arbitrary government, as that of Turkey and Persia (Iran)."





Thomas Jefferson wrote to William Jarvis, September 28, 1820:


"You seem ... to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the DESPOTISM of an oligarchy ..."





Jefferson continued:


"Our judges are as honest as other men, and not more so .... and their power (is) the more dangerous, as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control.


The Constitution has erected NO SUCH SINGLE TRIBUNAL, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with corruptions of time and party, its members would become DESPOTS."





Thomas Jefferson wrote to Abigail Adams, September 11, 1804:


"Nothing in the Constitution has given them (judges) a right to decide for the Executive, more than to the Executive to decide for them ...


The opinion which gives to the judges the right to decide what laws are constitutional ... not only for themselves in their own sphere of action, but for the legislature and executive ... would make the judiciary a DESPOTIC BRANCH."





On OCTOBER 15, 1788, James Madison warned:


"As the COURTS are generally the last in making the decision, it results to them, by refusing or not refusing to execute a law, to stamp it with its final character.


This makes the Judiciary department paramount in fact to the Legislature, which was NEVER intended and can NEVER be proper."





On OCTOBER 15, 1991, the U.S. Senate confirmed Clarence Thomas as a Justice on the Supreme Court.


When questioned during the hearings by Senator Thurmond regarding judicial activism, Clarence Thomas replied:


"The role of a judge is a limited one. It is to ... interpret the Constitution, where called upon, but AT NO POINT to impose his or her will or ... opinion in that process."





Alexis de Tocqueville, author of Democracy in America, 1835, warned:


"The President, who exercises a limited power, may err without causing great mischief in the State.


Congress may decide amiss without destroying the Union, because the electoral body in which Congress originates may cause it to retract its decision by changing its members.


But IF THE SUPREME COURT is ever composed of IMPRUDENT MEN or BAD CITIZENS, the Union may be plunged into ANARCHY or CIVIL WAR."





The Union was plunged into a Civil War by Democrat appointed Justice Roger Taney, who gave the Supreme Court's infamous Dred Scott decision in 1857 that slaves were not citizens, but property.





President Abraham Lincoln alluded to this decision in his First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1861:


"I do not forget the position assumed by some that constitutional questions are to be decided by the Supreme Court ...


The candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the Government upon vital questions affecting the whole people is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the Supreme Court, the instant they are made ... THE PEOPLE will have CEASED to be THEIR OWN RULERS,


having to that extent practically resigned their Government into the hands of the eminent tribunal."

Supreme Court Ruling on "just compensation" in EMINENT DOMAIN



43 So.2d 113 (1949)


Supreme Court of Alabama.

October 20, 1949.

As Modified on Denial of Rehearing December 1, 1949.

BROWN, Justice.

This is a bill by a property owner in possession whose title is not in dispute against the County of Pickens, B. G. Robison, [43 So.2d 114]

     There is no pretense that said right of way was condemned by the county under its power of EMINENT DOMAIN. Code of 1940, Tit. 12, §§ 198, 199.

     If the county through its duly constituted authorities without the consent of the landowner whose title and possession is not disputed takes or undertakes to appropriate private property for public use, a court of equity will intervene and require just compensation to be made. East & W. R. Co. of Alabama et al. v. East Tennessee, V. & G. R. Co., 75 Ala. 275.

We quote from the opinion of the court: "* * *

     `Municipal and other corporations and individuals, invested with the privilege of taking private property for public use, shall make just compensation for the property taken, injured or destroyed, by the construction or enlargement of its works, highways or improvements, which compensation shall be paid before such taking, injury or destruction.'

     It is most essential to the preservation of the rights of private property, to the protection of the citizens, and to the preservation of the best interests of the community, that all who are invested with the right of eminent domain, with the extraordinary power of depriving persons, natural or artificial, without their consent, of their property, and its possession and enjoyment, should be kept in the strict line of the authority with which they are clothed, and compelled to implicit obedience to the mandate of the Constitution.

     A court of equity will intervene to keep them within the line of authority, and to compel obedience to the Constitution, because of the necessity that they should be kept within control, and in subjection to the law, rather than upon the theory that they are trespassers, or that the injury which they are inflicting is irreparable. * * *" East & W. R. Co. of Alabama v. East Tennessee V. & G. R. Co., 75 Ala. 275, 281.



NOTE: Title to the Holman House in Ozark is held without dispute by H. J. Mizell.

Darkness to Light, Temporary to Eternal Adrian Rogers






The Warfare of Prayer


Luke 10:17-19





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    1. a)When we were born again, we were born to win.
      1. i)We have become spiritual freedom fighters in God’s invasion army.
    2. b)We are in a battle.
      1. i)We are in a fight to the finish against a sinister foe with no holds barred.
      2. ii)We cannot be neutral, and we cannot call a truce.
      3. iii)The victory is ours in the Lord Jesus Christ.
    3. c)Luke 10:17-19
      1. i)The Lord Jesus had commissioned seventy to go out and preach.
        1. (1)He gave them authority, and the seventy came back with great joy.
      2. ii)The word “devils” in this passage literally means “demons.”
      3. iii)The word “power” is used twice here in the King James, but there are two different words for “power” in the Greek.
        1. (1)The first word for “power” in this passage means “authority.”
          1. (a)It may be translated, “Behold, I give you authority over all the power of the enemy.”
    4. d)The battle is not ours, but it is the Lord’s.
      1. i)2 Chronicles 20:15
    5. e)Today’s message will share three things about kingdom authority.


  1. 2)kingdom authority has been sovereignly established
    1. a)“Authority” is the power or the right to command, to act, to enforce obedience, or to make final decisions; jurisdiction or to rule.
      1. i)It is also power as delegated to another; authorization.
        1. (1)In essence, “He or she has my authority to do it.”
    2. b)All authority is rooted in God and comes from God.
      1. i)Kingdom authority has been sovereignly established.
    3. c)When God created Adam and Eve, He placed them in the Garden of Eden and gave them dominion over all the Earth.
      1. i)Genesis 1:26-28
    4. d)But Adam and Eve sinned and yielded their dominion to Satan.
      1. i)They became slaves of Satan.
      2. ii)Satan became the god of this world.
    5. e)The Lord Jesus, the second and last Adam, came to this Earth as a man and bought back Adam’s lost estate.
      1. i)This dominion was legally lost and was righteously regained.
        1. (1)Lost by a man, the first Adam.
        2. (2)Regained by a man, the second Adam who is Jesus.
      2. ii)Hebrews 2:14
        1. (1)“Children” refers to us.
          1. (a)We live in flesh and blood bodies.
          2. (2)“He also Himself” refers to Jesus.
            1. (a)Jesus also took part in flesh and blood when he was born.
            2. (b)When Jesus died, He paid the penalty of sin and took the dominion from Satan and gave it back to us.
              1. (i)1 John 3:8
    6. f)Colossians 2:13-15
      1. i)The word “quickened” means “made alive.”
    7. g)We, being slaves, were in bondage; but Jesus came to set the captives free.
      1. i)We were in bondage to spiritual death.
        1. (1)Colossians 2:13
        2. (2)If you are not a Christian, spiritually, you are dead.
        3. (3)We were not just sick in our sins, but we were dead.
        4. (4)Through the death of Jesus, we receive life and deliverance from the bondage of spiritual death.
      2. ii)We were in bondage to staggering debt.
        1. (1)Our sins are a debt that must be paid.
          1. (a)Heaven has sued us for damages.
          2. (2)We are in debt because of our sins.
          3. (3)Jesus paid the debt on the cross.
          4. (4)Colossians 2:14
            1. (a)In Bible times, a handwriting of ordinance would be written against a person accused of a crime.
              1. (i)His indictment would be written down.
              2. (b)This handwriting of ordinance would be delivered to a judge.
              3. (c)There would be a trial; and if he were found guilty, then they would write the penalty of his crime on a certificate of debt.
                1. (i)They would write the debt that was due.
                2. (d)This person would then be put into prison, and this certificate of debt would be nailed to the prison door, telling what he had done and what the judge had sentenced him to and what he must pay.
                3. (e)Once the sentence had been fulfilled, this handwriting of ordinance would be taken back to the judge or king, and he would write on it, “Tetelestai.”
                  1. (i)This word literally means “finished,” “paid in full.”
                4. (f)The judge then gives the man that certificate so that if anyone were to accuse him of the same crime, he could show them the certificate that proves his debt was paid.
                5. (g)If a man was to be crucified, they would take the certificate of debt and nail it to the cross.
                  1. (i)When Jesus was crucified, there was a certificate of debt nailed to the cross above His head.
                    1. 1.Jesus, King of the Jews.
                    2. 2.Jesus was dying for insurrection.
                      1. a.He claimed to be the King of the Jews.
            2. (5)Almighty God took every sin from all of the ages and nailed them to the cross of Jesus.
              1. (a)When Jesus died and bowed His head, He said, “Tetelestai” ““paid in full.”
            3. (6)Satan is the accuser of the brethren.
              1. (a)Revelation 12:10
              2. (b)He will accuse us to God; but then our attorney, the Lord Jesus, appears with His certificate of debt showing that our sins are paid in full.
                1. (i)Colossians 2:14
                2. (c)Romans 8:33
            4. (7)Not only have we been brought out of bondage from our spiritual death, but we have been brought out of bondage from our staggering debt.
      3. iii)We were in bondage to satanic dominion.
        1. (1)Colossians 2:15
        2. (2)When Jesus died on the cross, He ruined Satan.
          1. (a)Satan has been spoiled.
            1. (i)The word “spoiled” in Colossians 2:15 literally means “to strip.”
              1. 1.It has the idea of disgrace; as in, when a military officer is being disgraced and is stripped of his medals.
              2. 2.It actually meant “to take the hide from an animal.”
              3. (b)Satan has been shamed.
                1. (i)Colossians 2:15
                  1. 1.“Made a show of them openly.”
                  2. 2.He has been humiliated.
                  3. (ii)Satan has been stripped of his royal regalia.
                    1. 1.He had dominion.
                    2. 2.But when Jesus died on the cross, He stripped Satan of that and then made a show of him openly.
                    3. (iii)The emperor has no clothes.
                2. (c)Satan has been subdued.
                  1. (i)Colossians 2:15
                    1. 1.“Triumphing over them in it.”
                      1. a.This refers to Jesus’ death on the cross.
      4. iv)Our enemy has been stripped, shamed and subdued by mighty Calvary.
        1. (1)Hebrews 2:14
    8. h)We should not let the devil intimidate us anymore.


  1. 3)kingdom authority must be strongly enforced
    1. a)Even though he has been stripped, shamed and subdued, Satan will not give up anyone or anything without a fight.
      1. i)He does not want us to understand the authority we have in Jesus.
        1. (1)Luke 10:19
        2. (2)This authority is not for everyone; those who reject Christ are still in Satan’s dark kingdom.
        3. (3)To those that reject Christ, Satan is still the God of their world.
          1. (a)2 Corinthians 4:4
      2. ii)Satan is not our God and we do not live in his kingdom.
        1. (1)We live in the kingdom of God and, through Jesus, have kingdom authority.
    2. b)Why did Jesus Christ come to this Earth?
      1. i)Luke 4:17-18
        1. (1)Jesus is in Nazareth, his boyhood home, and He enters the temple and begins to read a prophecy from the book of Isaiah concerning Himself.
      2. ii)We were slaves to Satan and in bondage to his dark kingdom but Jesus came to set us free.
      3. iii)What kind of people did Jesus come to set free:
        1. (1)Those who are bankrupt.
          1. (a)Luke 4:18
          2. (b)“Poor” here refers to those in abject poverty; beggars.
            1. (i)This is not talking only about those who are financially poor, but those who are spiritually poor.
            2. (c)Revelation 3:17
            3. (d)We are bankrupt without Jesus.
            4. (e)Jesus came for the bankrupt.
            5. (2)Those who arebrokenhearted.
              1. (a)Luke 4:18
              2. (b)People may be laughing on the outside, but that may just be masking the sorrow and emptiness on the inside.
              3. (c)“Amuse” means “not to think.”
              4. (d)Job 14:1
              5. (e)Jesus came to those who are filled with sorrow.
            6. (3)Those who arebound.
              1. (a)They are slaves of Satan.
              2. (b)Luke 4:18
                1. (i)“To preach deliverance to the captives.”
                2. (c)2 Timothy 2:26
                  1. (i)These are people who have been taken captive by Satan.
                3. (d)1 John 5:19
                  1. (i)The whole world lies in the bosom of the wicked one.
                4. (e)They may not even realize it, but they are bound by Satan.
            7. (4)Those who areblind.
              1. (a)Luke 4:18
              2. (b)2 Corinthians 4:4
                1. (i)These are people who cannot see spiritually.
                2. (c)1 Corinthians 2:14
                  1. (i)Do not argue with someone who doesn’t understand the Bible.
                    1. 1.No one is ever argued into the kingdom of Heaven.
                3. (d)John 3:3
            8. (5)Those who arebruised.
              1. (a)Luke 4:18
                1. (i)In the Greek, “bruised” literally means “crushed.”
                2. (b)Satan is cruel, and he takes joy in our suffering and pain.
                3. (c)Acts 10:38
                4. (d)John 20:21
                  1. (i)Jesus was sent by His Father, and He is the one sending us.
                    1. 1.He has given us kingdom authority.
                    2. 2.We can only come against Satan in the power of the Holy Spirit.
      4. iv)Our problem is not with the government or Hollywood.
        1. (1)We’re at war with Satan.
          1. (a)We battle against principalities and powers and spiritual wickedness in high places.
          2. (2)The reason we’re losing the fight is because we’re not showing up for the battle.
          3. (3)We are fighting in the wrong places.
          4. (4)We are fighting the wrong things.
      5. v)Matthew 16:22-23
        1. (1)Jesus was not calling Simon Peter Satan.
        2. (2)Jesus looked beyond Simon Peter and saw where the battle was.
        3. (3)We are in spiritual warfare.
    3. c)If kingdom authority has been sovereignly established, then why does it need to be strongly enforced?
      1. i)Even though Satan’s defeat is absolute, it must be appropriated.
        1. (1)Jesus’ death for sin was absolute.
          1. (a)2 John 2:2
            1. (i)Jesus died for the whole world, but the whole world is not saved.
            2. (b)His death is only good to those who appropriate it.
              1. (i)John 3:18
                1. 1.A man does not go to Hell for his sins; those have been paid for, he goes to Hell because he does not appropriate what has already been done.
            3. (2)When the Holy Spirit came on the day of Pentecost, God poured out His Holy Spirit to the church.
              1. (a)We don’t need to pray for another Pentecost because the Holy Spirit has already come.
              2. (b)This does not mean that every Christian is Spirit-filled.
                1. (i)Even though the outpouring of the Holy Spirit was absolute, it must be appropriated.
            4. (3)Satan’s defeat is also absolute, but we must appropriate it.


  1. 4)kingdom authority must be strategically exercised
    1. a)Don’t go against Satan if there is any unconfessed sin in your life or any spirit of rebellion.
      1. i)There must be the right person.
        1. (1)People whose hearts are clean.
      2. ii)We will never be over until we learn to be under.
      3. iii)We will get into trouble if we try to fight spiritual battles with a wicked heart or rebellious spirit.
    2. b)Acts 19:11-16
      1. i)The seven sons of Sceva claimed to be able to cast out demons.
        1. (1)With their false authority, they attempted to rid a man of a demon.
        2. (2)The demon possessed man turned on them and beat them and stripped them.
        3. (3)They were trying to take authority over the devil but they did not know God personally.
          1. (a)They had second-hand religion.
    3. c)There must be the right position.
      1. i)Ephesians 2:6
        1. (1)You must understand where you are as a Christian and speak from that position.
        2. (2)Stop praying from Earth to Heaven and start praying from Heaven to Earth.
      2. ii)When Jesus died, we died with Him.
      3. iii)When Jesus arose, we rose with Him.
      4. iv)When Jesus ascended, we ascended with Him.
      5. v)When Jesus is seated at the right hand of the Father, we are in Him and He is in us and we are sitting together with Jesus in the heavenlies.
        1. (1)Matthew 18:18


    1. a)Satan has been stripped, shamed and subdued.
    2. b)Luke 10:19
    3. c)It is time that we discover kingdom authority and put it to work.
    4. d)If you’ve never given your heart to Jesus Christ, He will save you today.
    5. e)Do you know Jesus personally? If not, you can pray to Him today by asking Him to come into your life.
    6. f)Call upon Jesus today. Repent (turn) from your sins, and turn to Jesus. Ask Him to forgive you of your sins, and acknowledge Him as Lord of your life.
      1. i)Romans 3:23
      2. ii)Romans 10:9-10
      3. iii)Romans 10:13
      4. iv)Acts 16:31
      5. v)John 3:16