Time: Mon Sep 01 09:10:11 1997
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Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 09:03:54 -0700
To: avas0luk@hydrophilus.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: PC DMV
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I am curious.

How do you pay your bills?

If you cannot afford $10 to 
help us defray our manifold costs,
then we can't afford each other!

If "free stuff" is what you are seeking,
please help yourself to all the 
documents in the Supreme Law Library.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 08:46 AM 9/1/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Lovely. "Freedom... for a small fee." Freedom for those that can afford it.
>Come one, come all, save those in poverty.
>One would think that we would band together against our common enemy
>without entrance fees. Was there a registration fee for the revolutionary
>militia? Did they take admission at Liberty Hall? Why is it that we must be
>worth more than our individual talents and desires for liberty to find
>companionship in this struggle?
>I would be ashamed if I charged a brother for whatever knowledge I have
>gained. What I have I share freely.
>At 09:00 1997-08-30 -0700, you wrote:
>>The MSO renders the corporates States "holders in due course" of a legal
>>interest in the new vehicles sold in those States.  This conversion is
>>effected under color of law, and is a fraud.  The States usually microfiche
>>them, and then destroy the originals.
>>This is your critical path to building an adminstrative record which
>>probable cause to prove this fraud.
>>If you want more help, please enroll in the Supreme Law School, so we can
>>giving your questions higher priority than the deluge of requests we get
>for free
>>legal services.  The "deluge" is actually a long line that is getting
>>The registration form is found at the Supreme Law website, at the URL just
>>below my name here:
>>/s/ Paul Mitchell
>>>>...request for a certified copy of the MSO....
>>>>...provide them with the chassis serial number (NOT an engine number...)
>>>>That should produce some VERY interesting
>>>>results, to say the least.
>>>Elaborate, please. I heard vague reference made to this procedure once.
>SHOW US THE MONEY, from www.supremelaw.com.
>[Love the plug for Qualcomm - the makers of Eudora - at the bottom.]
>For Immediate Release                           December 27, 1996
>                   Supreme Law Firm Announces
>                Internet-based Supreme Law School
>                               by
>                      Paul Andrew Mitchell
>                       All Rights Reserved
>                         (December 1996)
>Payson, Arizona.
>     The founder  of a  new legal  cooperative -- the Supreme Law
>Firm -- today announced the start of their Supreme Law School, an
>electronic  curriculum   of  recent   developments  in   American
>constitutional law,  and its  applications to  current state  and
>federal court  cases.   Paul Andrew  Mitchell, a computer systems
>consultant for 25 years and now Counselor at Law, will soon enter
>his eighth year of intensive research and developments in renewed
>systems of law, based upon the Constitution for the United States
>of America and its lawful amendments ("U.S. Constitution").
>     The curriculum of the Supreme Law School will pivot upon the
>Supremacy Clause,  a provision  in the  U.S.  Constitution  which
>renders all  federal laws, treaties, and the Constitution itself,
>the supreme  Law of  the Land.  This supreme law is so important,
>that the various constitutions of the several states of the Union
>all recognize  the U.S.  Constitution  as  the  superior  guiding
>principle to guarantee freedom to Americans, forever.
>     Membership in  the Supreme  Law School  requires an Internet
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>pre-paid subscription  for 1  month is  $10;  3 months is $25;  6
>months is $45;  12 months is $85.  Current subscribers earn a one
>dollar credit  for each  subscriber-month  they  sponsor  in  the
>Supreme Law  School.   If a  current subscriber  joins, and  then
>sponsors 25  other subscribers  who pre-pay  for one  month,  the
>sponsor can  either apply the $25 credit to future subscriptions,
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>to any  mailing location  on the  planet.  The Supreme Law School
>has chosen  to do  all of  its  business  with  the  U.S.  Postal
>Service, since the USPS is rooted in supreme law authority.
>     Subscribers are  required to  have an Internet computer with
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>Information Week  magazine wrote  that "Eudora Pro 3.0 ... sets a
>new standard  for e-mail  client flexibility  and ease  of  use."
>Network Computing  magazine  wrote  that  "Eudora  Pro  3.0  will
>continue to dominate the mail client niche of network computing."
>Email software  is compatible  with Eudora  if it can detect file
>transmit codes automatically (BinHex, MIME, Uuencode).  Users can
>visit the  Eudora Web  site  at  http://www.eudora.com/pcw612  to
>download Eudora  Pro 3.0  and use  it FREE  for 30  days.   Email
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Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

tel:     (520) 320-1514: machine; fax: (520) 320-1256: 24-hour/day-night
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ship to: c/o 2509 N. Campbell, #1776 : this is free speech,  at its best
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