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Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 17:21:29 -0700
To: <denro@netcom.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Bankruptcy?

Hello Dennis,

I have a challenge for you:

If you will consent to reading every single
pleading and other document now loaded into
the Supreme Law Library, I expect that you
will change your mind completely about
filing for bankruptcy.  

You are surely at a crossroad, and now is
a good time to ponder your next move very
carefully.  I would say that this occasion
calls for lots of study and prayer.

You will come out the other end, much better
prepared for your next mission, which will
be revealed to you, if you only ask for guidance.

"Ask,   and you shall receive.
"Seek,  and you shall find.
"Knock, and it shall be opened to you."

That's the Word!

/s/ Paul Mitchell

copy:  Supreme Law School

At 04:21 PM 10/14/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi people. I have a question for all you tax afficionados out there. 
>Because of circumstances I have had to seriously consider bankruptcy. I 
>have not filed or payed any State or Federal taxes since 1994. I saw a 
>question on the Federal bankruptcy forms asking me if I owed any Federal 
>or State taxes. Well since I believe I do not, my question is, by filing 
>Federal bankruptcy do I place myself in their jurisdiction? I am not 
>worried about losing anything, because I have nothing anymore but the 
>tools of my trade, and enough furniture to furnish a 1 bedroom apt. 
>Through a divorce about four years ago, a business 
>downturn, and getting older, and I have become a type II diabetic, and I 
>am getting arthritis in my knees, I can't keep going like I used to. So 
>at this stage in my 45 year old life through a series of events, I now am 
>broke and basically no longer have much along the line of material goods. 
>So if anyone has any answers for me,please reply.
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