Time: Tue Dec 02 16:18:24 1997
To: Jay Robbins <han-wi@ri.ultranet.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: Any Thoughts?
References: <> <>

All voter registration forms are fraudulent
for requiring that registrants declare,
under penalty of perjury, that they are
federal citizens.  This is fully developed
in Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF, now loaded
in the Supreme Law Library at the URL
just below my name here.  Becraft will
deny it, but his own state supreme court
ruled in 1909 that there are two (2)
classes of citizenship, and you can be
in one class, and not the other!!

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 06:08 PM 12/2/97, you wrote:
>Already on that one....anything else you can point me to? Thanx!
>                                                      Jay
>At 04:06 PM 12/2/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>     Disclosure of  social security  number.   Act Dec. 31, 1974,
>>     P.L. 93-579, Section 7, 88 Stat. 1909, provided:
>>     "(a)(1)   It shall  be unlawful  for any  Federal, State  or
>>     local government agency to deny to any individual any right,
>>     benefit, or  privilege  provided  by  law  because  of  such
>>     individual's refusal to disclose his social security account
>>     number.
>>     "(2) the provisions  of paragraph  (1)  of  this  subsection
>>     shall not apply with respect to --
>>          "(A) any  disclosure   which  is  required  by  Federal
>>               statute, or
>>          "(B) the disclosure  of a social security number to any
>>               Federal, State,  or  local  agency  maintaining  a
>>               system  of  records  in  existence  and  operating
>>               before January  1, 1975,  if such  disclosure  was
>>               required under statute or regulation adopted prior
>>               to  such   date  to  verify  the  identity  of  an
>>               individual.
>>     "(b) Any Federal,  State, or  local government  agency which
>>     requests an  individual  to  disclose  his  social  security
>>     account number  shall inform  that individual  whether  that
>>     disclosure is  mandatory or  voluntary, by what statutory or
>>     other authority such number is solicited, and what uses will
>>     be made of it."
>>Comments by Paul Mitchell follow:
>>Congress deliberately failed to codify this statute in Title 5 of
>>the United  States Code.  You will find it embedded at the end of
>>the historical  notes within  the Privacy Act.  When a government
>>employee was  sued for  violating this Act, he asserted ignorance
>>of the  law as  his defense.  The court upheld this defense, thus
>>creating  an   important  exception  to  the  general  rule  that
>>ignorance of  the law  is no excuse.  My reading of this decision
>>is that  the court  was giving silent judicial notice to the fact
>>that Congress  actually "hid" the law;  thus, the court's holding
>>did not  really overturn the maxim (ignorance is not excuse);  it
>>merely recognized  that fraud  vitiates everything, even the most
>>solemn promises.   I  have taken this statute and reduced it down
>>to the  size of  a standard credit card.  Then, I laminated it in
>>plastic and  saved it  in my wallet.  Later, I gave it away to an
>>attendee of  one of  Lynne Meredith's seminars;  the attendee was
>>mostly incredulous that such a law even existed.  It is very easy
>>to make  another one.   I prefer to take a photocopy right out of
>>the law  books, and  to laminate  that photocopy.  Try it!  It is
>>always very powerful to witness these laws yourself, at the local
>>county law  library.    Take  this  email  message  down  to  the
>>reference librarian,  and see if s/he can locate it for you.  The
>>Privacy Act  can be  found in  the reference  volume which  lists
>>statutes by name.  Good luck!
>>Paul Andrew Mitchell
>>November, 1996
>>all rights reserved
>>At 05:51 PM 12/2/97, you wrote:
>>>Dear Jay,
>>>     This is another one of those urgent matters I need info on right away.
>>> I 
>>>have a program coming up Wednesday with Larry Becraft and one of the topics
>>>cover is one I just heard about last night and that is how the State of 
>>>Connecticut is mandating that the Registrar of Voters in each town submit
>>>of voter registration forms with Social Security numbers to the state and
>>>give copies to a PRIVATE agency that compilies jury lists.  Some towns have 
>>>refused the requests while others have blindly granted it. I am about to
>>>out if my town, the town of Windham had granted those requests.  
>>>     Larry will be able to tell me what I need to know but I am hoping to
>>>get a 
>>>head start on this because I am afraid time is against Connecticut
>>>residents who
>>>gave SSNs on voter registration cards.  Fortunately I never supplied one so 
>>>personally I have nothing to worry about.  I want to know how illegal it is
>>>them to do it. I looked under 5 UCS Sec. 552a but my finding is that this
>>>not relate to state or local agencies.  Can you help?  I want to get some
>>>ready to present to the registrar of voters as well as the First
>>>                                  Jay Robbins
>>>                               4 Your Information
>>>                                   PO Box 672
>>>                                Woonsocket, RI 02895
>>>                           Email: han-wi@ri.ultranet.com 
>>>                             Voicemail:1-800-947-1902
>>>                       Website: http://www.ultranet.com/~han-wi
>>>                  IRS: We've got what it takes, to take what you've got.
>>Paul Andrew Mitchell, Sui Juris      : Counselor at Law, federal witness 01
>>B.A.: Political Science, UCLA;   M.S.: Public Administration, U.C.Irvine 02
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>                                  Jay Robbins
>                               4 Your Information
>                                   PO Box 672
>                                Woonsocket, RI 02895
>                           Email: han-wi@ri.ultranet.com 
>                             Voicemail:1-800-947-1902
>                       Website: http://www.ultranet.com/~han-wi
>                  IRS: We've got what it takes, to take what you've got.

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