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Date: Thu, 10 Jul 1997 20:15:30 -0700
To: gwood@netonecom.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: Open Letter to Schweitzer, Broderick, et al.
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Hello Gregory,

So, I sign your mortgage contract for you,
in my name, and YOU become liable?  

Huh?  This is not consent. 

Not unless you gave me explicit, written 
"power of attorney" to do so.  Then you
have consent.

Silence is not consent, under the laws 
which govern the 50 states of the Union.

Qui tacuit non consentit.

They're still converting a fundamental
Right -- silence in the face of a 
criminal charge -- into a lien, when all
fundamental Rights are un-lien-able.

Their "commercial" jargon can't compete
with the fundamental Law.  Why are they
shying away from jury verdicts so consistently?  

Answer:  because we have busted the jury selection
process, both state and federal, everywhere in 
America, that's why!

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 03:24 AM 7/9/97 +5000, you wrote:
>> suffer from the following fatal flaw:  EVERYONE
>> has the Right to remain silent in the face of 
>> criminal allegations.  That Right is unalienable,
>> under the Fifth Amendment.  See Miranda v. Arizona.
>I remember this point being addressed in one of the meetings I 
>attended.  It was the opinion of the speaker that since the demandant 
>ultimately signs the true bill as accomodation party, thereby acting 
>as surety for the 'confessor,' and leaving said confessor with no 
>liability, that the fifth amendment was mute.
>I am interested to know your opinion on this.
>Gregory Allan; gwood@netonecom.net
>****** Visit the Looking Glass *****
> http://www.netonecom.net/~gwood/

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