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Date: Wed, 18 Jun 1997 16:22:40 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: IRS American?????? (fwd)

>---------- Forwarded Message ----------
>From: Steven Pattison <Pattisons@worldnet.att.net>
>Date: Saturday, June 14, 1997 2:57 PM
>Affidavit of truth.
>I, Steven (first name) Wayne (middle name) Pattison (surname), (sovereign,
>grantor, principal, elector) being of or am of lawful age who has attained
to or
>past the age of twenty-one years.  I, Steven Pattison, am in full and in
>complete control of my sound mind and my sound body, do hereby make the
>following declaration:
> 1.  I, Steven Pattison, witnessed a meeting with Earl Hickam, an INTERNAL
>REVENUE SERVICE agent, on June 13, 1997.  The location of the meeting was
>Elizabeth Street, Independence, Missouri.  The time of the meeting was on or
>about 12:30 PM.
> 2.  He, Earl Hickam, was asked "You are part of the Federal Government,
are you
>not?"  He did not say "yes", and he did not say "no".  Earl Hickam said,
"I am a
>INTERNAL REVENUE agent."  He was asked again, "Your not part  of the Federal
>Government?"  Earl Hickam replied "I didn't say that." Earl Hickam was told
>"Well say it, yes or no."  He refused to answer the question.
> End of Affidavit.
>Steven Pattison.
> Notes:
> 1.  The reason he could not say "yes" was we were video taping him at the
>and if he had said "yes" I believe he would have been committing perjury.
> 2.  He could not say "no", because the fraud would have been video taped and
>then everyone would have known the fact that employees of the INTERNAL
>SERVICE do not work for Federal Government (United States Government).
> OK, you say this does not prove anything.  If he was, as everyone
believes, an
>employee of the United States Government, why didn't he just answer the
>by saying "yes"?  If you ask the same question of an INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
>agent and he does say "yes," ask him/her to provide you with their oath of
>office as provided by Article VI of the Constitution of the United States,
>states in part:  "... all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United
>States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to
>support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a
>Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States."
>REVENUE SERVICE agents do not have an Oath of Office.
> So, why didn't Earl Hickam just answer the question.  There is no other
>rational answer then the ones' states above.
> Steven Pattison.
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