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Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 09:47:54 -0700
To: Mary Anne <confus65@wws.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: State of Alabama v. Kemp
References: <>

You have been lied to, Mary Anne.

You have obviously arrived at an erroneous
conclusion, before ever contacting me.

Mr. Kemp volunteered to commit himself
to Gadsden County Jail, without consulting
with me whatsoever concerning this idea.
I was working feverishly, with a Habeas Corpus
expert, to keep him OUT of jail.

Mr. Kemp is now in default for failing
to honor a proper and lawful invoice
for professional services.  If he does
not pay this invoice, then he could be
charged with theft of professional services.

I am sorry that I must inform you of these
incomfortable facts, but I have a right to
defend myself against the terrible lies
that are circulating about the Internet.

Please confirm what I am telling you here,
by contacting the co-counsel for Mike Kemp's
Habeas Corpus petition -- Mr. Dale Robertson, 
at email: 


Please stop telling, and believing, lies about me.
It is immoral, and criminal, to do so.  I will look
forward to receiving your written apology.

Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Mitchell

copy:  Dale Robertson
       Supreme Law School
       The Internet

At 11:25 AM 9/23/97, you wrote:
>Are you the Paul Andrew Mitchell who tried to caused William Kemp to go to
>jail and then tried to collect 1500 dollars for your foolish advice..
>If so do not write me again..
>I am not that stupid and I hate crooks and in the State of Missouri you
>would go to jail for what you did..
>Mary Anne
>At 09:11 PM 9/22/97 -0700, you wrote:
>>TO:   Rep. Karen Schmidt, Chairman [sic]
>>      Organized Crime Advisory Board
>>      Washington State Patrol
>>      State of Washington
>>DATE: September 22, 1997
>>Dear Ms. Schmidt:
>>Would you kindly confirm whether, or not,
>>you authored all, or part, of this memo
>>on "paper terrorism" [sic]?  See below.
>>Were you in any way responsible for faxing
>>two (2) separate copies of this memo to my
>>office fax machine, anonymously?
>>Thank you, in advance, for your assistance.
>>Sincerely yours,
>>/s/ Paul Mitchell
>>Counselor at Law, federal witness,
>>and private attorney general
>>copies:  Supreme Law School (electronic)
>>         Washington State Attorney General (hard copy)
>>         Judge Alex Kozinski (supervising) (hard copy)
>>[This text is formatted in Courier 11, non-proportional spacing.]
>>                     [CONSPICUOUS WARNING:]
>>   [The authenticity of this transcript has not been confirmed
>>   as of the date of transcript preparation (9/22/97, 09:15).]
>>[begin transcript]
>>                       State of Washington
>>                     Washington State Patrol
>>                 General Administration Building
>>                         P.O. Box 42600
>>                 Olympia, Washington 98504-2600
>>                         (360) 753-6540
>>September 17, 1997
>>TO:       Washington State Senators
>>          Washington State Representatives
>>FROM:     Representative Karen Schmidt, Chairman [sic]
>>          Organized Crime Advisory Board
>>SUBJECT:  Paper Terrorism
>>It  has   been  brought  to  my  attention  that  anti-government
>>organizations  have   been  utilizing   a  tactic  called  "paper
>>terrorism" to  effectively disable  government.  Commonly, public
>>officials are  personally targeted.   This widespread practice is
>>accomplished by  overburdening our  communications, business,  or
>>judicial systems with frivolous or repetitive petitions, property
>>liens, and small claims court actions.
>>Enclosed is a brief explanation of this process.  If you feel you
>>are a victim of "paper terrorism," I encourage you to contact the
>>Washington State  Patrol, Organized  Crime Intelligence  Unit, in
>>Olympia at (360) 753-3277, for assistance.
>>                         PAPER TERRORISM
>>Since the  early 1990's  there has  been a noticeable increase in
>>the number  of people  across the  country who  have  joined  and
>>continue to  participate in  the anti-government movement.  These
>>individuals view themselves as victims of a government conspiracy
>>to take  away their individual rights and liberties.  They do not
>>recognize most forms of county, state, and federal government and
>>therefore create  their own  self-styled  government.    National
>>speakers in  the anti-government extremists or "Patriot" movement
>>conduct recruitment  and information  seminars across  Washington
>>State, as  well as  the  entire  country.    These  seminars  and
>>recruitment  meetings   fuel  bizarre   conspiracy  theories  and
>>communicate  new  trends  within  the  anti-government  movement.
>>Paper terrorism  has grown  from a  trend to  a full scale tactic
>>used upon  businesses, private  individuals, government  services
>>and elected officials.
>>Paper terrorism  is designed  to clog  government  services  with
>>meaningless requests  which consume  time and  disrupt schedules.
>>In the  private sector  paper terrorism  is an  attempt to extort
>>money, goods  or services.   Some  examples  of  paper  terrorism
>>*    Bogus liens  placed upon  personal  property  of  government
>>     officials and private individuals.
>>*    Frivolous lawsuits filed in state and federal courts against
>>     businesses and government entices [sic].
>>*    Drafting and  passing  counterfeit  bank  checks  and  other
>>     fraudulent negotiable  instruments aimed  at defrauding  the
>>     financial community and businesses.
>>*    Common Law Courts that issue homemade subpoenas to citizens,
>>     businesses and government officials.
>>*    Challenging judges  in an  effort to  disqualify them  on  a
>>     current case and to repeat their motions to disqualify these
>>     judges from  hearing future  cases by  referencing the prior
>>     challenges.
>>*    Scheming to  avoid paying  state sales tax during a purchase
>>     by declaring  to be  a non  resident and  then filing claims
>>     with the state's risk management section if refused.
>>*    Disrupting  the  court  system  by  persuading  fellow  jail
>>     inmates to defend themselves as Patriots, thus tying up more
>>     of the courts and prosecutors time.
>>*    Distributing the  extremist Citizens Handbook to foster jury
>>     nullification.
>>*    using the  Internet  to  promote  extremist  ideas  such  as
>>     "Assassination Politics"  or predicting the date of death of
>>     a law  enforcement officer  or government  official to win a
>>     cash price.
>>*    Filing bogus claims in small claims court.
>>*    Requesting information  from  courts,  government  agencies,
>>     elected officials  and businesses  in the  form of frivolous
>>     questions in an effort to consume employee's time.
>>Tell-tale signs of Patriot extremists can often be found in their
>>conversation  or   written  documents.    Common  indicators  are
>>biblical passages,  referring  to  the  state  as  a  "republic",
>>calling zip codes a "postal zone", refusing to acknowledge direct
>>questions, separating their middle and last names with a comma or
>>colon, placing  a thumb  print on  a document, claiming the court
>>has no  authority, or  using the  phrases:   all rights reserved,
>>without prejudice,  UCC 1-207,  pro se, sui juris, united states,
>>Black's law.
>>Analysis and Trends
>>These anti-government  extremists and  supporters  are  convinced
>>citizens  are  being  systematically  oppressed  by  an  illegal,
>>totalitarian government.   They  believe the time for traditional
>>political reform  has passed,  that their  freedom will  only  be
>>secured  by  resistance  to  the  law  and  attacks  against  the
>>government in several forms.
>>Members of these groups bond to one another and lose contact with
>>other people who hold different opinions.  The isolation works to
>>reinforce their  views, which  in turn  gives them  new  purpose.
>>This new purpose may take ordinary ideas to extremes, rationalize
>>their problems  into blaming  government, and  cause  members  to
>>compete with each other to make stronger statements.
>>Trend and Incident Reporting
>>If  you   become  victimized  by  paper  terrorism,  contact  the
>>Washington State  Patrol Organized  Crime  Intelligence  Unit  at
>>(360) 753-3277,  extension 121.   All  acts reaching  a  criminal
>>level should  be referred to your local law enforcement agency or
>>prosecutor's office.
>>[end transcript]
>>                             #  #  #

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

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