United States District Court, N.D. Indiana, South Bend Division
OPINION AND ORDER
L. MILLER, JR. JUDGE.
fully detailed in the order dismissing Stone v.
Jesse, 3:18-CV-277 (N.D. Ind. filed April 18, 2018), on
April 25, 2018, Kiel Stone has repeatedly filed lawsuits
claiming that nearly everyone with whom he interacts is a
government agent trying to monitor and/or poison him. He has
Some of the strange events that Mr. Stone is speaking about
are being under 24/7, 365 surveillance thus not limited to
only surveillance by the Indiana State Police, and other
Agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency. Through Mr.
Stone's vast experience of 11 plus years of identifying
Secret Governmental Agents Mr. Stone has come to the
summation that the St. Joseph County Magistrates/Judges are
involved in Mr. Stone's Strange Course of unusual events
since 2007. Over the course of 11 plus years of being
followed by law enforcement upon all levels including the
Federal Level Mr. Stone has encountered over 100, 000 Secret
Governmental Agents; keep that in mind when reading the
actual allegations against the defendants in this case.
ECF 1 at 3. In this complaint, Mr. Stone alleges:
1.) The true reason Why Magistrate Singleton dismissed Mr.
Stone's Small Claims Court case is because Magistrate
Singleton was actually [a] Secret Governmental Agent . . .
working for a Governmental Agency such as the CIA . . ..
2.) The reason why Magistrate Elizabeth Hardtke denied Mr.
Stone a release from Saint Joseph County Jail custody per CR
26 is because Magistrate Hardtke was acting . . . as a Secret
Governmental Agent working for a Governmental Agency such as
the CIA . . .. 
3.) The reason why St. Joseph County Public Defender Alex
Bowman violated Mr. Stone's 8th amendment right to avoid
cruel and unusual punishment at Mr. Stone's CR 26 hearing
on 10-31-2017 [was] because Lawyer Alex Bowman was acting . .
. as a Secret Governmental Agent working for a Governmental
Agency such as the CIA . . .. 
4.) The Saint Joseph County Public Defender's Office is
liable for not having policy(s) and procedure(s) in place to
prevent Secret Governmental Agents from being employed with
the SJCPDO . . ..
5.) The reason why Magistrate/ Senior Judge David Ready
denied multiple motions by Mr. Stone requesting a trial by
jury pursuant to Article 1 Section 20 of the Indiana State
Constitution is that David Ready was taking direction in some
way from a Governmental Agency such as the CIA . . .. 
6.) The reason why Attorney Tim McLaughlin refused to file
Motions that Mr. Stone suggested, didn't follow proper
procedure to obtain Mr. Stone an Appellate Attorney for Mr.
Stone in two instances, and the reason why Attorney
McLaughlin violated Mr. Stone's 8th amendment is because
Agent McLaughlin is a Secret Governmental Agent working for a
Governmental Agency in some Capacity since around 1969 such
as the CIA . . .. 
ECF 1 at 10-11.
explained in Stone v. Jesse, though it is usually
necessary to hold a hearing to determine disputed facts,
“[s]ometimes, however, a suit is dismissed because the
facts alleged in the complaint are so nutty
(‘delusional' is the polite word) that they're
unbelievable, even though there has been no evidentiary
hearing to determine their truth or falsity.”
Gladney v. Pendleton Correctional Facility, 302 F.3d
773, 774 (7th Cir. 2002) and Lee v. Clinton, 209
F.3d 1025 (7th Cir. 2000). Such is the case here.
Stone v. Jesse, the court admonished “Kiel
Stone if he files another meritless case in this court, he
will be fined not less than $500.00 and restricted from
filing any further papers in this court until he has paid all
of his outstanding fines and filing fees to any federal
court.” Id. at ECF 3 at 8. Perhaps in an
attempt to avoid that fate, Mr. Stone filed this case in the
United States District Court for the Southern District of
Indiana. The case was transferred here because “[t]he
conduct attributed to the defendants is alleged to have
occurred in or near South Bend, Indiana, which is in St.
Joseph County [which] lies in the South Bend Division of the
Northern District of Indiana.” ECF 4 at 1.
is enough. In the order dismissing Stone v. Meijer,
3:16-CV-812 (N.D. Ind. filed November ...