Hmmm, I don't know if this is legit or not, but some of the wording sounds rather colloquial and not in legalese. Example:
Due to the fact that this case represents a national security breach on a unprecedented level like never before seen seriously damaging and violating Brunson and coincidently effects every citizen of the U.S.A. and courts of law.
"Coincidentally" is misspelled; it is not a complete sentence, it's a sentence fragment; and "like never before seen" sounds like a teenage girl writing in he diary.
C'mon, is this legit? I have my reservations.
It’s some dude representing himself doing the best he can.
adverb co·in·ci·den·tal·ly (ˌ)kō-ˌin(t)-sə-ˈdent-lē -ˈden-tə-lē 1 : in a coincidental manner : by coincidence lonely singles who meet coincidentally and click People 2 : it is or seems coincidental that coincidentally, the dog died exactly one year after his owner did
Coincidentally is SPELLED CORRECTLY!!! The More you know!!!!
You DO realize that I was referring to the text, taken DIRECTLY from the document in question, don't you? See the text in quotes and italics, and if you look VERY VERY CAREFULLY, you will see that the word "coincidentally" is spelled as "coincidently".
Or better yet, why don't you also go directly to the text of this purported petition in PDF, and search it for yourself. It's right there.