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Date: Sun, 13 Jul 1997 08:59:29 -0700
To: patriotlad@postoffice.worldnet.att.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Tax Fighters Criticism

I wrote the Petition for Peremptory Writ of Mandamus
against Senator-elect Barbara Boxer in California,
to compel her to witness the material evidence against
the so-called 16th amendment, in December of 1992.
In the first quarter of 1992, I published the book
entitled "The Federal Zone: Cracking the Code of
Internal Revenue."  The title became a household
word in U.S. v. Lopez, U.S. Supreme Court (1995),
Kennedy concurring.  I have been a Counselor at Law
for 15 months now, and I have a large volume of 
pleadings which we are planning to publish on the
Internet, under the auspices of the Supreme Law School
and Supreme Law Library ($10/month for access to the
"Pay Zone" of that Library, flat rate).  Please visit
the Supreme Law Library at URL:


and help yourself to the several documents already
available there.  Permit me to recommend:

  "Karma and the Federal Courts"

in particular.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 11:16 AM 7/13/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Forgive me if my memory fails, but haven't you had some successes in the
>area this feller -- "kilometers" -- is complaining about.  Or is he more
>right than any one of us wants to admit?
>A patriot and sovereign citizen here told me he completely separated
>himself from the IRS and Social Security about four years ago and only
>pays Connnecticut property and income taxes.  He has no federal tax
>liability and registers his car in the British Virgin Islands.  I never
>got to know him well enough to find out what all he did but it wasn't
>that difficult.  He found what seemed to be arcane "outs" and took them.
>Is this the same kind of thing you have been researching, and that we
>have been discussing?  Illegal or "rump" Fourteenth Amendment
>citizenship vs. true State/United States citizenship, a la the original
>Thirteenth Amendment?
>Partial quote of Kilometer's e-mail as follows:
>> As of date I have not seen one........mind you.........not
>> one...........tax seminar type tax class leader/teacher........that
>> was able to take his students into the IRS or FTB office and WIN the
>> battle straightaway.
>> If it could be done.......everyone would be doing it. No one would be
>> afraid to let go the filing of 1040 IRS forms or 540 forms for
>> California.  Do I have much faith in these people who have the silver
>> bullet?  All the silver bullets I have seen were the courts sending
>> people with their theories (not to mention their students) to the
>> slammer.
>> When I see ONE.............JUST ONE mind you.....tax fighter teacher
>> or student win fist down thumbs up...........I mean
>> straightaway..........THEN........AND ONLY  THEN..........  Will I
>> believe it can be done...........and without having to do it each and
>> every year for the rest of ones life.
>> THEIR MONEY AND YOU ARE A FRAUD.........OUT RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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