TO:       Russell Dean., Landers
          Wake County Jail, Cell #CA-02-05
          c/o P.O. Box 2419
          Raleigh, North Carolina state

FROM:     Paul Andrew, Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
          Counselor at Law

DATE:     November 10, 1996

SUBJECT:  Removal to DCUS

See if  you can follow the sequence of events in these pleadings.
The action  begins with  FOIA requests, followed by FOIA appeals,
then a  Final Notice and Demand for Proof of Power, Standing, and
Jurisdiction  in   the  Particulars  (i.e.  Demand  for  Bill  of

Once they  default for  failing to  answer this  Final Notice and
Demand, you  Remove the  action into  the DCUS,  because you have
them in  equitable estoppel  (silence is  consent;    silence  is
fraud, per U.S. v. Tweel quoting U.S. v. Prudden).

If you  want me  to implement  these pleadings  for you, you will
need to  make arrangements  for all, or part, of my invoice to be
paid.  The Freedom Center has fallen totally silent after receipt
of three (3) copies of the invoice.

I repeat,  for the  last time, I cannot work for you pro bono, or
on contingency.   I  did what I could to make this amply clear to
Mr. Keven  Entzel.   Now they  have stiffed me big time, and I am
forced to consider a criminal complaint for labor fraud and grand
theft (of my labor).

I now  have reason to believe that my invoices to various clients
are not  being paid,  in order  to scuttle the legal research and
strategies which  I have  developed.  Please be your own judge of
the quality and procedural correctness of the enclosed pleadings.

I cannot  accept your  long-distance calls,  until  I  receive  a
retainer to  cover the expenses, in addition to the payment of my
overdue invoice.

Sincerely yours,

/s/ Paul Andrew, Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Counselor at Law and federal witness
c/o 2509 N. Campbell, #1776
Tucson, Arizona state
Postal Zone 85719/tdc



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