Elements Of The United States

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40) Elements of RICO were written in broad terms. To state a claim, a plaintiff must allege four elements: (1) conduct (2) of an enterprise (3) through a pattern (4) of racketeering activity.[5] Each element of a RICO claim requires additional analysis: an “enterprise” is marked by association and control; a “pattern” requires a showing of “continuity”—continuous and related behavior that amounts to, or poses a threat of, continued criminal violations; and “racketeering activity” involves the violation of designated federal laws.[6] In addition, a civil RICO plaintiff must allege that it was injured in his business or property “by reason of” a violation of RICO’s substantive provisions.[7] This “by reason of” language provides the basis for the proximate cause requirement, established by the Supreme Court in Holmes and amplified in Anza and Mohawk Indus Dale Anderson and C Langstan along with the State DEQ, and City of Casper conducted an enterprise when forcing, through regulatory activity, which became a pattern of conduct. The racket of using a position of power to force others to pay more for waste disposal, so that your family makes more money, is no better than Organized Crime extorting business and families! CLAIM THREE DUE PROCESS AND EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSES 42 U.S.C. SECTION 1983 (CLAIM A) FIRST AMENDMENT 41) When Plaintiff informed the Director that Dale Anderson was married to C Langston, prior to the permitting of a Landfill that did not meet the
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