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Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 05:46:31 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: a challenge to all bar members

>From: "Alfred Adask" <adask@metronet.com>
>To: "Paul Andrew Mitchell" [address in tool bar]
>Date: Thu, 26 Jun 97 23:02:33 
>Priority: Normal
>Subject: Re: SLS: a challenge to all bar members
>	Adask
>On Thu, 26 Jun 1997 07:04:59 -0700, 
>Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>>Nice to hear from you!
>>May I have your permission
>>to forward this message to
>>all clients of the Supreme
>>Law School?
>>Please reply with the entire
>>message intact.
>>/s/ Paul Mitchell
>>At 11:33 PM 6/25/97, you wrote:
>>>Those are not the two choices in 
>>>Texas since, so far as we can tell, 
>>>there are NO lawyer licenses.  Here 
>>>in Texas, lawyers are merely "deemed" 
>>>to be licensed.  This way they have 
>>>the best of both worlds: the illusion 
>>>of being licensed without the 
>>>necessity of forfeiting their 
>>>	Adask
>>>On Sun, 22 Jun 1997 11:29:25 -0700, 
>>>Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>>>>Dear Members of the Bar,
>>>>The evidence is conclusive:  the original
>>>>Thirteenth Amendment (1819) was ratified.
>>>>See Records Custodian, Virginia Legislature;
>>>>Full Faith and Credit Clause.
>>>>Please choose one of the following:
>>>>1.  rescind your bar license, and
>>>>    retain your citizenship and
>>>>    eligibility for public office
>>>>2.  retain your bar license,
>>>>    forfeit your citizenship and
>>>>    eligibility for public office,
>>>>    and apply for a green card.
>>>>Those are your only two options at the
>>>>present time.
>>>>/s/ Paul Mitchell

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