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Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 11:57:38 -0700
To: snetnews@world.std.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Militias Create Big Hurdle for National ID Plan (fwd)

The original MSO is probably gone, shredded.
For purposes of space efficiency, the State DMV 
is probably authorized to microfiche the originals,
and to archive all that microfiche.  You should review
your State Information Practices statutes, and
determine how to file an administrative Notice and
Demand for production of a certified copy of the
microfiche which they control.  Be sure to send
them a stamped envelope, with your proper mailing
location.  To be conspicuous about it, I would
buy the $3.00 stamp, and place it on a flat rate
Priority U.S. Mail envelope, with your proper
mailing location, pursuant to USPS Publication #221.
This will probably be the best three FRN's you ever

In this way, if they post the flat rate envelope,
they are giving explicit recognition to your 
"situs" within the state zone.  If they keep the
$3.00 stamp and do not post or return your flat
rate envelope, you have them on theft of postage;
this is a federal offense.  If they fall silent,
you are entitled to proceed on the basis of the
presumption that they are, in fact, the holder
in due course, but they have chosen to avoid
admitting that they have it.  Under these conditions,
silence is a fraud, pursuant to U.S. v. Tweel, and
silence also activates estoppel, pursuant to 
Carmine v. Bowen.

Any way it goes, you win!!

For further details, please enroll
in the Supreme Law School ("SLS"). 

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 08:03 AM 10/16/97 -0400, you wrote:
>->  SearchNet's   SNETNEWS   Mailing List
>In a message dated 97-10-15 16:08:52 EDT, you write:
>> The certificate of title to your automobile is Not title, it's merely
>>  evidence that title exists. Your car's legal TITLE is the MSO, which 
>>  the dealer surrendered to the State. Ms. Rottero said the MSO is put 
>>  on microfilm for permanent keeping, the original is destroyed.
>Is there no way an individual can request the original before destroying?
>This encourages me to lease since I will never own anyway.
>-> Send "subscribe   snetnews " to majordomo@world.std.com
>->  Posted by: Debourke@aol.com

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