Mirko Vojnovic began a hunger strike on April 9, 2012 in front of the Santa Clara California Family Court.
Mirko Vojnovic is a victim of corruption by attorneys, judges, legal institutions, and their cronies.
Mirko Vojnoivic is providing a daily diary to Lawless America. This is his report from Day 2….
Hunger Strike – Day 2 — April 10, 2012
When I was a kid growing up in a “land far far away,” I used to read books by Jack London and Mark Twain. I mean, I did not read them; I “inhaled” them in a day or so. Once I started, I couldn’t stop reading about adventures of their heroes. In 1987, I arrived in Santa Clara’s Silicon Valley as a young engineer, and one of the first books I re-read was the “Call of the Wild,” in English; the original language. I will always remember one of its first paragraphs: “Buck lived at a big house in the sun-kissed Santa Clara Valley.” That is where I was. I arrived to the place where my childhood story begun.
It is raining today in “the sun-kissed” Santa Clara Valley. Since my hunger strike is not a “fast paced suicide mission,” I decided to stay home. After all, I still have a roof over my head. Not for long, but for the time being, it will do. 🙂
Today was the day when I continued packing my things to move them to public storage. Each item that I picked to put in a Costco moving box evoked its own memory. Dotar, Ektar and Katho are Indian musical instruments I bought from extremely talented street vendor in Calcutta, India. Birimbao was purchased at the flee market in Rio de Janeiro; Ukulele comes from Kaanapali Beach in Hawaii. My old turntable on which I was listening to my old vinyl records was pulled out of disk jockey’s desk in Belgrade, Serbia. It was a skeleton turntable (the only one I was able to afford at the time) and I build new power supply and case for it. It still works fine. Hundreds of my old cassette tapes store music that I was listening to when I played in a new wave band, way back when I was a student. All of these items fit into one large box. That box is closed now, ready to go to storage. I decided to keep my harp harmonica with me, but my guitars will go to my friends place to avoid being damaged by humidity.
Today was also the day when Santa Clara Municipal Utilities was to disconnect my electricity because of the outstanding balance. Since I am going to occupy this house for one more week, I paid the bill and that left me with $900. That is all the money I have left.
I also received several support e-mails, and I thanked people who wrote them. That was nice. There was also one e-mail in which person wanted to be removed from the mailing list. That is cool, too. I understand that my fight is not everybody’s priority, and I wish them luck with whatever they are doing.
I hope it stops raining so I can go tomorrow in front of the Court to continue collecting signatures for my petition.
Good night everybody! 🙂
William M. Windsor
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