FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 25, 1996 Montana Freemen Start Subscription Email List BILLINGS, MONTANA. The Freedom Center today announced the start of their subscription email list -- FREEMAIL -- for anyone willing to support the legal defense fund recently developed for the Montana Freemen. For a nominal fee, FREEMAIL subscribers will receive, for 12 months, electronic copies of all legal briefs as they are filed in the case, in addition to periodic press releases and other related files as they become available. The Freedom Center has recently retained Paul Andrew Mitchell, Counselor at Law, federal witness and Citizen of Arizona state, to help defend the Montana Freemen against criminal charges which were filed after their protracted stand- off with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in mid-June, 1996. Mitchell has worked for over 25 years as an advanced systems development consultant, in addition to 7 years investigating corruptions in federal constitutional and statutory law. Mitchell immediately recommended that The Freedom Center develop a private electronic mailing list, in order to keep the nation informed of developments in the case. Conventional media are now boycotting the case. Mitchell is considered a leader in the application of high-performance computer workstations to distributed alternative media for research and education. More than 20 years ago, he was recommending that Internet bandwidth be expanded to accommodate full-motion interactive video and audio communications. LeRoy Michael Schweitzer, a Citizen of Montana state, has become one of the nation's leading experts on the federal and state constitutions, commercial and common law, and American banking practices. In a series of in-depth seminars which were sponsored by Justus township in Garfield county, Montana, Schweitzer single-handedly tackled the Federal Reserve System and its successor in interest, the International Monetary Fund, for their corrupt lending practices and the unlawful assessments they have imposed upon the American People and American businesses. The case has already earned international recognition for its complexity, and the importance of the issues it has raised. James M. Burns, the federal judge assigned to one facet of the case, has recently ruled that it deserves special treatment because of that complexity. More than a dozen defendants are being assisted or represented by as many licensed attorneys and unlicensed counselors, some of whom were placed into "stand-by" status by Judge Burns. Schweitzer has chosen to reject licensed bar members and to proceed in His own stead, to perfect the lawful claims which he continues to make from his prison cell. Schweitzer is regarded by many as a political prisoner of His own government, for having both decoded and exposed intentional deceptions in federal and state judicial practices. The Freedom Center -- Press Release #1: Page 1 of 2 Most recently, Schweitzer was placed under a 23-hour lock- down regimen within Yellowstone County Detention Center in Billings, Montana, reportedly for refusing to yield His fingerprints to the booking officers at the jail. This regimen has meant that Schweitzer no longer has any access to legal Counsels to assist with the preparation of His response to charges alleged against him by the federal government. Yesterday, Rupert Randall; Parsons, executive director of The Freedom Center, authorized the preparation of a formal Notice and Demand to Montana State Governor Marc Racicot to halt deprivations of Schweitzer's fundamental Rights, specifically including His Right to the assistance of Counsel, and His immunity against cruel and unusual punishment. Governor Racicot's office has yet to respond to this Notice and Demand from The Freedom Center. The telephone number at Governor Racicot's office is (406) 444-3111. Subscribers to the FREEMAIL private electronic mailing list will receive copies of all briefs submitted to the Clerks of the various courts now involved in this complex set of cases. In addition, as press releases and related documents are produced and released to the public, all subscribers will automatically receive copies of these documents as well. The Freedom Center is also considering a proposal to publish electronically, and in hard copy, all of Schweitzer's prison writings, including such works on topics incorporated within His brilliant analysis of judicial power versus legal authority in America, and His unique insights into the complex nature of federal and state laws. Schweitzer has already made important moral and intellectual contributions to our understanding of the characters of the American legal experience, and the many ways in which alien laws have overlaid and hidden the true American identity. His focus has been to reveal a lawful process for restoring the American dream of true freedom and individual self-government, using fundamental principles to power the best of American ideals. Anyone is eligible to subscribe to the FREEMAIL private electronic mail list, provided that they already have an email address to share with The Freedom Center. Subscriptions can be purchased from the Center for an annual fee of $100, payable in insured cash or blank U.S. Postal Money orders mailed to The Freedom Center, c/o P.O. Box 80446, Billings, Montana state. Upon receipt of the annual fee, the Center's professional staff will acknowledge receipt of the annual fee, and register the subscriber on the FREEMAIL private email list. Subscribers should include their email address with their annual fee. Questions concerning FREEMAIL should be directed to Keven Eugene; Entzel at email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Keven is also available to speak briefly at telephone number: (406) 652-7412, fax: (406) 652-1813. The Freedom Center -- Press Release #1: Page 2 of 2 # # #
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