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               IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

                  NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,     )
                              )
     Plaintiff,               )
                              )
          vs.                 )   Case # 96-CR-113-C
                              )
DAN MEADOR,                   )
                              )
     Defendant.               )
______________________________)


              APPLICATION FOR SUBPOENAS DUCES TECUM

     Now comes  Dan Meador, Sui Juris, a Citizen of Oklahoma, one

of the  several States  party to  the Constitution  of the United

States, a  national of  the United States, as the term is defined

at 8  U.S.C.   1101(a)(22), and  a "nonresident  alien"  of  the

geographical United  States, as  the term is defined at  7701(b)

of the  Internal Revenue  Code of  1954 (Vol.  68A,  Statutes  at

Large).

     With causes supported by brief, the defendant herewith makes

application  for   issuance  of  subpoenas  duces  tecum  to  the

following Government  and independent  agencies which  perform on

contract to provide services for United States Government:


                  I.  Chief Disclosure Officer,
               United States Department of Justice

     The  Chief   Disclosure  Officer   for  the   United  States

Department of  Justice should  be ordered by subpoena duces tecum

to produce into evidence certified copies of the following:


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     1.   The Constitution  of the  United States, at Article I 

8.15 &  Article IV   4, delegates authority for Congress to call

up the  militia to  repel invasion  or put down civil uprising in

the  several   States  party   to   the   Constitution.   Provide

documentation of  a constitutional provision which authorizes the

United States  to exercise general municipal police powers in the

several States  party to the Constitution and a certified copy of

the law,  in compliance  with 4  U.S.C.   72,  which  authorizes

Department of  Justice general  municipal powers  (police powers)

extended throughout  the several States party to the Constitution

of the  United States  for prosecution of crimes other than those

specified in the Constitution and applicable Amendments, as cited

above.

     2.   A  properly  executed  delegation  of  authority  which

extends authority  of the Department of Justice Criminal Division

(28 CFR,  Part 0.55)  general municipal  authority to the several

States party  to the  Constitution and the American people living

in said states other than on Federal enclaves under United States

jurisdiction (18  U.S.C.    7(3),  secured  in  compliance  with

provisions of 40 U.S.C.  255).

     3.   A  properly  executed  delegation  of  authority  which

extends authority  of the Department of Justice Criminal Division

(28 CFR,  Part 0.70)  general municipal  authority to the several

States party  to the  Constitution and the American people living

in said states other than on Federal enclaves under United States

jurisdiction (18  U.S.C.    7(3),  secured  in  compliance  with

provisions of 40 U.S.C.  255).


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     4.   A  properly  executed  delegation  of  authority  which

extends general municipal authority of the United States Attorney

and assistants  for the various judicial districts established in

the several  States party to the Constitution (28 U.S.C.  81 et

seq.) beyond  United States jurisdiction in the several States as

specified at  18 U.S.C.   7(3),  with  jurisdiction  secured  in

compliance with provisions of 40 U.S.C.  255.

     5.   Statutory  authority   for  the   Federal   Bureau   of

Investigation (28  U.S.C.   531),  which  is  an  administrative

department in the Department of Justice (not created by Congress;

no charter  in the  Library of Congress), to investigate, arrest,

bring charges  against, or otherwise disturb people living in the

several States  party  to  the  Constitution,  other  than  those

specified at  28 U.S.C.   535;  officers and employees of United

States Government),  other than  in  United  States  jurisdiction

specified at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     6.   Statutory  authority,  the  Executive  Order,  and  the

Attorney  General   delegation  of   authority  which  authorizes

officers in  the office  of the  U.S. Marshal  Service  to  serve

summonses and execute warrants in the several States party to the

Constitution save  in United  States jurisdiction specified at 18

U.S.C.  7(3), secured in accordance with provisions of 40 U.S.C.

 255.

     7.   Documentation  of   authority  by  which  warrants  and

summonses issued  from an Article IV United States District Court

(28 U.S.C.   132) may be executed or served beyond United States

jurisdiction in  the several States party to the Constitution (18

U.S.C.  7(3); see Rule 4(d)(2)).


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     8.   In accordance  with provisions  of  40  U.S.C.    255,

provide verification  that the  United States has secured general

jurisdiction over  privately and/or  State-owned real property in

Washington County, Kay County, and Tulsa County, Oklahoma. In the

alternative, provide documentation to disclose where precisely in

the three  Oklahoma  counties  named  above,  other  than  Indian

reservations and  military reservations,  where the United States

has secured exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction.

     9.   The Constitution  of the United States at Art. I  8.6,

stipulates   that   Congress   may   prescribe   punishment   for

counterfeiting securities  and current coin of the United States;

at Article  III   3.2, the  Constitution delegates authority for

Congress to  prescribe punishment  for treason;  and  in  various

Amendments promulgated  since 1868,  the  Constitution  delegates

authority for  Congress to enforce civil rights and voting rights

of citizens  of  the  United  States.  Provide  certification  of

constitutionally delegated  authority for  the United  States  to

prosecute crimes  other than  those specified  above  where  such

crime is  allegedly committed  in one of the several States party

to the  Constitution other  than in United States jurisdiction as

specified at Article I  8.17 of the Constitution and 18 U.S.C. 

7(3).

                 II.  Department of the Treasury

     A subpoena  duces  tecum  should  be  issued  to  the  Chief

Disclosure Officer  for the  national office of the Department of

the Treasury,  Washington, D.C.,  to produce  certified copies of

the following:

     1.   Provide a  copy of  law, as  required at 4 U.S.C.  72,

which authorizes  the Department  of  the  Treasury  to  exercise

general enforcement  authority in the several States party to the

Constitution  of   the  United   States  beyond   United   States

jurisdiction, as specified at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).


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     2.   Provide a  certified copy  of  an  Executive  Order  (3

U.S.C.   301), other  than E.O.  No.  10289,  which  applies  to

internal revenue  laws (customs  laws), authorizing the Secretary

to establish revenue districts in the several States party to the

Constitution,  with  said  Order  specifically  extending  beyond

United States jurisdiction, as defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).


         III.  Internal Revenue Service National Office

     A subpoena  duces  tecum  should  be  issued  to  the  Chief

Disclosure Officer for Internal Revenue Service, at the Service's

national  headquarters   in  Washington,   D.C.,  ordering   said

Disclosure Officer to provide certified copies of the following:

     1.   A copy  or copies  of the  master contract,  or  master

contracts, if  more than one, which specify the scope of services

the Internal  Revenue Service  is contracted  to  provide  United

States Government.

     For example,  such master  contracts may  stipulate that the

Internal Revenue  Service is  authorized to  develop and maintain

systems, and  provide record-keeping services for the Treasury of

the United  States, or  in the alternative, said contracts may be

executed with the Federal Reserve System in the Fed's capacity as

fiscal agent of the United States.

     2.   Copies  of   all  applications  and  other  information

generated by  Internal  Revenue  Service  principals  to  support

applications for  Office of  Management and Budget numbers issued

under Paperwork  Reduction Act  authority (44  U.S.C.   3501 et

seq.) in  compliance  with  regulations  at  5  CFR,  Part  1320,

relating  to   the  family   of  1040  information  return  forms


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(authorized at 5 CFR, Part 1320.14(b)).

     3.   Certification of statutory and regulatory authority for

Internal  Revenue   Service  personnel   to  directly  engage  in

administrative and/or  judicial collection initiatives pertaining

to Internal  Revenue Code  Subtitle A  & C  taxes in  the several

States  party   to  the   Constitution   beyond   United   States

jurisdiction, as defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     4.   Certification of  disclosure requirements pertaining to

the 1040  information return  form as mandated by regulation at 5

CFR, Part  1320.8(b).  Specifically,  the  following  information

should  be  disclosed:  (1)  What  is  the  reason  specified  by

regulations for collection of information on the 1040 information

return form?  (2) How  is the  information to  be used?  (3) [Not

applicable]. (4)  Is response on the 1040 information return form

voluntary, necessary  to secure  a benefit  (cite authority),  or

mandatory (cite  authority)? (5)  [Not applicable].  (6) Does the

1040 information return form and/or instructions accompanying the

form inform  people who might complete the form that they are not

required to complete it if it does not have a currently valid OMB

number on it?

     Place a  certified copies  of disclosures  which comply with

OMB regulations cited above into record.


                 IV.  Chief Disclosure Officer,
                 Office of Management and Budget

     A subpoena  duces tecum should issue to the Chief Disclosure

Officer for  the Office  of  Management  and  Budget  to  produce

certified documentation of the following:


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     1.   Documentation  of   all   current   OMB   numbers   for

regulations and  information-gathering forms issued to Department

of the  Treasury components,  as the  term is  defined at 31 CFR,

Parts 0  & 1.  Documentation pertaining  to information-gathering

forms should  at a  minimum include disclosure of (1) the current

valid number, if any, (2) the expiration date, and (3) whether or

not the  form is voluntary, necessary to secure a benefit, or (3)

mandatory.

     2.   An OMB  numerical key which matches the agency to which

OMB numbers  are issued  with the number for any given OMB number

issued to  an information-gathering  regulation or form. In other

words, the  key should  disclose what agency is identified by the

four digit number which is used for such identification.

     3.   A determination of "1040" liability for Kenney F. Moore

and Colleen Moore, premised on information which will be provided

under an  affidavit attesting facts which will be supplied by the

Moores, in compliance with provisions of 5 CFR, Part 1320.14(c).


     V.  Chief Disclosure Officer, Internal Revenue Service,
                   Arkansas-Oklahoma District

     A  subpoena  duces  tecum  requiring  the  Chief  Disclosure

Officer for  the  Arkansas-Oklahoma  District,  Internal  Revenue

Service, should  require said  officer to  supply  the  following

certified documentation:

     1.   Notice from  the Secretary  (district  director)  which

informed Kenney  F. Moore  and/or Colleen  Moore of liability for

taxes prescribed  under Subtitles  A &  C of the Internal Revenue

Code (26 CFR, Parts 1.6001-1(d) & 31.6001-6).


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     2.   Properly executed  records of assessment (Form 23C), in

compliance with  provisions of  26  CFR,  Part  301.6203-1,  plus

copies of  all support  documents, for  "1040" assessments issued

against Kenney  F. Moore and/or Colleen Moore, for calendar years

1982 through 1992.

     3.   The order  issued by  a court of competent jurisdiction

which authorized  seizure and sale of Kenney F. Moore and Colleen

Moore property (rights preserved at 26 U.S.C.  7804(b)).

     4.   Identify  the   taxing  statute   which  discloses  the

service, transaction  or object  of tax  assessed by  way of 1040

"Kind of  Tax" issued  against Kenney  F.  Moore  and/or  Colleen

Moore.

     5.   Identify the  statute which  specifies that  Kenney  F.

Moore and/or  Colleen Moore  are "persons  liable"  for  the  tax

specified by the taxing statute identified in Item 4 above.

     6.   Certify documentation  of all  days  and/or  continuous

periods of  time during  which Tracy Foster, an Inspector for the

Internal Revenue  Service  who  works  in  the  Arkansas-Oklahoma

District, served as a Special Government Employee from January 1,

1995 through March 31, 1997.

     7.   Certify copies of original lien documents which support

each assessment  for which  a "notice  of lien" was filed against

Kenney F.  Moore and/or Colleen Moore in the office of the County

Clerk for Washington County, Oklahoma.


              VI.  Chief Disclosure Officer for the
         Administrative Office for United States Courts

     A  subpoena  duces  tecum  requiring  the  Chief  Disclosure

Officer for the Administrative Office for United States Courts to

produce the following certified documentation into evidence:


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     1.   Provide a  certified copy  of statutory authority which

authorizes Article  IV United States District Courts (28 U.S.C. 

132) to  exercise general  police powers  in the  several  States

party to  the Constitution  beyond United  States jurisdiction as

defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     2.   Provide a  certified copy  of statutory authority which

authorizes  the   Article  IV   United  States   District   Court

established in  the several  States party  to the Constitution to

exercise general  criminal prosecution  authority even on Federal

enclaves located  in the several States as districts for district

courts of  the United  States  are  established  in  the  several

States, per 28 U.S.C.  81 et seq. (this mandate is exclusive of

18 U.S.C.  3401)

     3.   Provide certified copies of regulations which authorize

prosecution of  offenses via the United States magistrate system,

accommodated by  Article IV United States District Courts located

in the several States party to the Constitution, other than petty

and   misdemeanor   offenses   on   military   reservations   and

installations, and  in  national  parks,  etc.,  under  Congress'

Article IV   3.2  legislative jurisdiction (this is exclusive of

regulations at 32 CFR, Part 1290.1 & 43 CFR, Part 9260.0-1).


         VII.  United States Magistrate Judge Sam Joyner

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should be  issued to  United States

Magistrate Judge  Sam Joyner to provide a certified impression of

the seal  provided to  him by  the Director of the Administrative

Office of  the United  States Courts  under  requirements  of  28

U.S.C.  638(c).


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       VIII.  United States Magistrate Judge ---- McCarthy

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should be  issued to  United States

Magistrate  Judge   ***  McCarthy  requiring  him  to  provide  a

certified impression  of the seal supplied to him by the Director

of the  Administrative Office  of the  United States Courts under

requirements of 28 U.S.C.  638(c).


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