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Date: Sun, 12 Oct 1997 05:58:19 -0700
To: Bill Teague <bteague@inlink.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: "Paper Terrorism" by Rep. Karen Schmidt
Cc: <psc@u.washington.edu>

Hello Bill,

The State Attorney General's office called
me last week, and we had a very brief but
cordial conversation.  I told them it was
not proper for me to receive two (2) 
identical and anonymous fax transmissions,
without any identification whatsoever.

This is actually a violation of federal law.  

Then, I got a letter two days ago with
the State AG's name on the outside of
the envelope.  I refused it, because it
exhibited "AZ 85719".  I returned it
with a SASE prepaid and with the proper
mailing location;  all they need to do
is to re-mail the letter, in the envelope
I provided, at my expense of course.

I have also provided to their office
complimentary copies of my OFFER TO PROVE
RACKETEERING (by DOJ), which offer was 
recently filed in the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, here in Tucson.

Lastly, I have mailed to Rep. Schmidt
an administrative NOTICE AND DEMAND for
her to show cause why she should not be
charged with violating the Telephone
Consumer Protection Act of 1991,
47 U.S.C. 227 et seq.  She has until
October 17, 1997, to answer.  Her silence
in this matter will be treated as consent
to the presumption I am making, namely,
that she violated federal law when those
faxes were transmitted to me, without
first obtaining my permission.

"Paper terrorism," maybe?  You be the judge.

You will note that our fax machine annotates
all out-going faxes with "Supreme Law Firm,"
the originating telephone number, and the time 
and date.  This is required for any fax which
is not solicited.  See 47 U.S.C. 227 for 

/s/ Paul Mitchell

copy:  Supreme Law School, Harold Thomas

At 03:45 AM 10/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>hey Paul,
>Just thought I'd send this your way. I have recv'd NO
>response whatsoever from Schmidt's ofc ... nada. Not
>even a form letter acknowledgement of rcpt.
>>Date: Thu, 02 Oct 1997 02:20:03 -0500
>>To: schmidt_ka@leg.wa.gov. 
>>From: Bill Teague <bteague@inlink.com>
>>Dear Representative Schmidt,
>>It has come to my attention that you put your name to 
>>the following official Washington State memo and as 
>>Chairman of the Organized Crime Advisory Board caused
>>it to be distributed to all Washington State lawmakers.
>>I also understand that you did not author this unusual 
>>document but I would like to know if you even are aware
>>of what it puts forth. One hears so much these days about
>>legislators putting their signature to documents, legislation
>>and God knows what else, without having even first read what
>>it is they are signing that I thought I should give you the benefit
>>of doubt and and ask first before jumping to any conclusions.
>>In other words, Representative Schmidt,  did you read it?
>>And if so, how could you not question at least some of the
>>rather awful judgements it makes against otherwise 
>>constitutional and *legal* speech and deeds that might 
>>be used or engaged in by individual citizens of this country?  
>>As far as I know it's not illegal, for instance, in and of itself, 
>>to hand out pamphlets educating someone on certain legal 
>>*responsibilities* they have when they sit in judgement of their 
>>peers in a court of law. 
>>Nor are these *illegal* or unconstitutional activities in and of 
>>-- Challenging judges in an effort to disqualify them on a current case 
>>-- using the Internet to promote extremist ideas
>>-- the establishment and use of Common Law Courts
>>In fact, Rep. Schmidt, when State law enforcement officials
>>imply such things are somehow *illegal*, as the 'memo'
>>clearly does, then complaints such officials would make 
>>along the lines of this: 
>>[from the memo]
>>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. 
>>make it clear exactly WHY so many people feel their 
>>individual rights ARE threatened and then DO "participate in" 
>>so-called "anti-government movements", which is also neither
>>illegal nor un-constitutional *in and of itself*. In fact, America 
>>has prided itself for years and years on it's ability to tolerate 
>>and sustain itself in the face even of groups as truly rabidly 
>>anti American as the Ku Klux Klan or the American Communist 
>>Party, or all the various "Nazi" style movements that come along. 
>>No, Rep. Schmidt, this document, coming from *within* an
>>official office of your state's law enforcement agency is *truly* 
>>scary, un-American and unacceptable.
>>The good people of this country are not afraid of 'kooks' as 
>>much as they are rightfully afraid of the kind of 'systemic' 
>>corruption of the lawful tenets of their constitution as are 
>>displayed clear as day and in plain view for God and all the
>>World to see in this document. 
>>I would think it would behoove any law enforcement official 
>>such as yourself, Rep Schmidt,  to look deeply into *how* such 
>>oddball and clearly *illegal* and unconstitutional advice to law 
>>enforcement officers got drawn up and put out in such an *offcial*
>>manner as this and make concerted efforts to guaruntee that
>>this kind of looney tunes "legal advice" never happens again. 
>>If I didn't know different, Rep Schmidt, I'd have looked at much
>>of this document and seen a 'very' bad [typical] script for the
>>old tv series "Dragnet". That or perhaps speeches by old Joe 
>>McCarthy or J Edger Hoover when they were alive. 
>>This truly is a sad indication of just how far 'down the 
>>[constitutional] pole' certain officials and agencies of 
>>our united states have slipped. 
>>Bill Teague
>>2855 Winnebago
>>St Louis, Mo  63118
>>[following, the said memo]
>>                       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]

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