For William Kaetz, the Paramus man charged with making threats against a federal judge in New Jersey, pro se litigation provided a platform to rail against gun laws, to label COVID-19 a “hoax” and to protest “fraud and treason” by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

Kaetz, who has filed at least nine pro se lawsuits in recent years, also used his court pleadings to express his grievances against judges who he felt had wronged him.

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