I wouldn't wish "diesel therapy" or any kind of torture on anyone, not even these guys.
And sorry if I have been unknowingly ninja'ed but took another look at Pacer tonight. It seems, not to be deterred, that Kimberly Shields has filed to more fancy-pants legal documents, both on May 15, 2017.
The first of these is a "Writ of Error Coram Nobis re: Erroneous Title". Expecting a steaming pile of gibberish, I was not surprised. It starts out by saying "comes now the court on its own motion" and then proceeds in sovcit fashion to say the clerk mislabeled the case and assigned it a case number, which, doncha know, is for those statutory cases, not a gosh-durned common law case like theirs! It goes on with Act of 1871 gibberish, US is a corp., de facto, de jure. It states amusingly that the USA is not a defendant but the US is. More corporation babble. States that "his court has great admiration for magistrates" whatever that means. It then devolves into pages of generalized string citations to sovcit babble cannon. It accuses the magistrate of being a foreign agent (BAR babble). It then purports to order the defendants - and the magistrate herself - to file briefs (presumably with their fictional court system) within 20 days. It is signed by Shields and by "Chief Justice for the Superior Court Michael R. Hamilton"
There's more. A writ of Cease and Desist, an apparently heretofore unknown writ, being utilized for the first time. How innovative.
It starts off with pages of sovcit babble, but purports to order "Coffelt and Shapiro" (who are defendants in the Colorado criminal case who have had moments of clarity and retained actual lawyers who got their asses bailed out of jail), to "cease treating the People as guilty", and for all "Defendants are to cease any and all actions in the inferior court against Claimants..." So, their court is better, as in superior, get it? This is similarly signed, by Hamilton and Shields, and purports to order people around to do stuff like file responses.
I really think they are jealous that they aren't locked up like their friends.