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Date: Mon, 13 Oct 1997 07:44:10 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Another quill in the porcupine. (fwd)

>The letter below, which was, I believe, sent to me via Dave 
>Myrland, might or might not do anybody else any good. Keeping in mind 
>that there is a significant difference between making an argument and 
>asking a question,  I love questions which "they" don't, won't or 
>can't answer -- especially when the questions have been posed and 
>gone unanswered in a legal setting.  I think those types of questions 
>can become like porcupine quills; enough of them may have a tendency 
>to result in the questioner being left alone.  HT 
>Paul Beene
>District Director
>Internal Revenue Service
>915 2nd Avenue
>Seattle, Washington 98174
>I received the attached document from your agency on or about the date
>placed upon it. I would like to bring to your attention certain cases of
>which you may not be aware.
>On January 29, 1997, in Oregon State Tax Court (#3912), your agent of 17
>years, "Patricia Wakefield" (a pseudonym) failed miserably to identify
>the Secretary of the Treasury's authority to operate as required under 4
>USC 72 which reads:
>4 USC 72  Public Offices; at seat of Government.
>	All offices attached to the seat of government shall be exercised
>in the District of Columbia, and not elsewhere, except as otherwise
>expressly provided by law. (July 30, 1947, ch.389, 61 Stat. 643.)
>You may not be aware of In re: David R. Myrland, Chapter 13 #96-33796,
>(Tacoma, Washington bankruptcy court) wherein the Secretary of the
>Treasury was likewise unable to identify the grant of leave to operate
>required under 4 USC 72.
>Since 26 USC 7621 fails to mention the office of the Secretary of the
>Treasury, I cannot rightfully deem said statute to be such a grant of
>leave as required under 4 USC 72.
>With your threats and correspondence in mind, I must inquire as to the
>Secretary's authority as required under 4 USC 72 to leave Washington,
>D.C., or I must simply ignore you and your threats of the destruction of
>my life. Am I wrong?
>I look forward to suing you (11 USC Rules 6000's and 7000's) for this
>information (proof of your authority) because the burden of proof is upon
>you and the Secretary (See KVOS v. Associated Press, 299 U.S. 269, 57
>S.Ct. 197, 200, 31 L.Ed. 183 (1936)). The Tenth Circuit has held:
>[I]t is now settled that when there is an issue as to the sufficiency of
>jurisdictional amount, the burden of providing jurisdiction is on the
>party asserting it. City of Lauden, Okla. V. Chapman, 257 F.2d 601 (10th
>Cir.); McNutt v. General Motors Acceptance Corp., 289 U.S. 178, 56 S.Ct.
>780, 80 L.Ed. 1135. 
>	If I haven't heard from you on this matter within 20 days, I'll
>consider this matter closed and I'll presume the Secretary to be without
>the requisite leave to operate, per 4 USC 72. Thank you for your time and
>I look forward to your prompt reply. 

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