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Date: Sun, 03 Aug 1997 20:15:12 -0700
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Where are Janet Reno's credentials?

Silence can be equated with fraud
where there is a legal or moral duty
to speak.  U.S. v. Tweel.

Silence is a species of conduct, and
constitutes an implied representation
of the existence of the state of facts
in question.  As such, it operates as
an estoppel.  Carmine v. Bowen.

The U.S. Constitution was not correctly
published in federal depository libraries,
or in the official law books upon which the
courts depend for conclusive evidence of
the Law, at the time these federal employees
executed their oaths.  Thus, they are in the
wrong contracts with the American People,
even if they can exhibit an oath of office.
See Dyett v. Turner.

Failure to secure a bond and take the required
oath is grounds for ouster by quo warranto.
See Corpus Juris.

The court of original jurisdiction to compel
production of documents requested under the
Freedom of Information Act is the District
Court of the United States, not the United
States District Court.  See 5 U.S.C. 552(a)(4)(B);
and ORDER of John M. Roll In Re Grand Jury Subpoena
Served on New Life Health Center, USDC, Tucson,
Arizona, May 1997.

The great advantage of the FOIA for civil 
discovery is that the requester need not 
demonstrate relevance or materiality.
American Civil Liberties Union.

FOIA requests for the credentials of federal
government employees are petitions to government
for redress of grievances.  As such, they are
protected by the Petition Clause in the First
Amendment, which affords them special consideration.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

>Date: Sun, 03 Aug 1997 21:38:21 -0500
>To: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
>Subject: [Fwd: Where are Janet Reno's credentials?]
>I was discussing some of your current issues on a list
>I subscribe to and I received this in reply. Thought you
>might have some fun with this one.
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>Date:         Sun, 3 Aug 1997 21:49:43 -0400
>From: Don Steelman <steelman@LONGVIEW.NET>
>Subject:      Re: Where are Janet Reno's credentials?
>First of all, as a former employee of the Federal Government during the
>Nixon years, I assure you that attorneys neither then nor now must be
>members of the Washington D.C. bar.  The only exception to this rule is for
>employees of the Government of the District.
>Secondly, the credentials of a public official are part of the public
>record.  Would you use research instead of carping criticism typical of
>conspiracy theorists, you would have known this.
>This, I suppose, brings me to my main point.  It is an unfortunate failing
>of conspiracy theorists that they seize on some abstruse point and then
>ride it into the ground.  Case in point--this attempt to get the oath of
>office of a public official.  Isn't it interesting that the ceremony in
>which the Attorney General took that oath was televized?  How difficult
>would it be to get the video tape?
>Now we have the matter ofcredentials.  These are matters of public record.
>One need only check the WWW for tons of information.  Yet, something
>sinister must be in the works that would prevent public officials wasting
>my money investigating the childish whims of some nattering conspiracy
>theorist who, instead of contributing to our society, would rather
>undermine it as you are doing.
>Surely we have more interesting things to do with our lives than to listen
>to these half baked bombasts.

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

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