TO:      Rebecca N. Sullivan

         Deputy Executive Counsel

         Office of the Governor

         State of Georgia

         Atlanta 30334-0900

         GEORGIA, USA


FROM:    Paul Andrew Mitchell, Plaintiff

         U.S. Supreme Court case #03-5070

         Superior Court of California case #GIC807057


DATE:    December 9, 2004 A.D.


SUBJECT: admission by your office dated Dec. 6, 2004 A.D.


Greetings Ms. Sullivan:


This is to acknowledge your letter to me, dated December 6, 2004 A.D. and transmitted via Certified U.S. Mail.  In that letter, you have admitted that no documents exist in your office that are responsive to my formal NOTICE AND DEMAND FOR EXHIBITION OF MISSING CREDENTIALS, dated November 26, 2004 A.D. (courtesy copy attached).


We do very much appreciate your timely and professional response.  That response is, in fact, the very first of its kind to reply in any manner to the large number of similar DEMANDS which I have likewise transmitted to the Presidents of Universities and to the Governors of other States of the Union that are presently named Defendants in the above entitled cases.


We do hereby re-confirm that the existence of requisite credentials for Messrs. Dale A. Drozd, William B. Shubb, Stephen S. Trott, Procter Hug, Alfred T. Goodwin, Stephen G. Breyer, Anthony M. Kennedy, Antonin Scalia, David Souter, John Paul Stevens, Clarence Thomas, Ms. Sandra Day O’Connor and Ms. Ruth Bader Ginsburg now assumes facts nowhere in evidence in the official, certified records of either court case.


As you know or should know by now, our bases for the preceding statement are the written replies and supporting confirmations we have received to date from the Office of Information and Privacy in the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.


Please also be advised that at no time has named Defendant University of Georgia ever filed or served me with a proper ANSWER to the Initial COMPLAINTs in either lawsuit.


Accordingly, Defendant University of Georgia is now in default as against the Summary of Damages itemized in both Initial COMPLAINTs, plus 7% APR simple interest which is the maximum allowable under California State usury laws.  Enclosed please find additional documents which further substantiate the State of Georgia’s liability to me in the instant matters.



Thank you again for your consideration.



Sincerely yours,


/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell


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

Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964(a),

Damaged Party and Plaintiff In Propria Persona


All Rights Reserved without Prejudice (see UCCA 1207)

Notice to principals is notice to agents.  Respondeat superior!


p.s.  For your convenience, a Table of Contents

for each of the two cases in question is here:


copy:  Hon. Sonny Perdue, Governor of Georgia

       appropriate law enforcement officials

       all counsels and unlicensed attorneys of record