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Posted by Thomas Jefferson the third! on September 25, 1998 at 22:58:07:

In Reply to: MARTIN, YOU ARE NOT WELCOME HERE ANY MORE (second notice) posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 25, 1998 at 12:44:27:

From the Yahoo Fraud Pages


There are many groups on the Internet that are now claiming to be "private sovereign entities" and are also claiming to teach others, for a fee, how to become such a being or company. They claim that this makes them unregulated, not liable for taxes, and not covered by US laws. Well, there is no such thing as a "private sovereign entity." This concept is based on a misinterpretation of the 14th amendment and of tax law. The 14th amendment does not create a new class of federal citizen, nor is federal income tax a tax on federal income. The 14th amendment applies to all citizens and the federal income tax is a tax by the federal government on all income (including wages and tips). Laws passed by the US Government and taxes levied by the US Government are applicable to all people in this country. Even foreigners working in this country are liable for taxes and all aliens must abide by US laws. You cannot become a citizen of just your state and not of the US, nor is it possible to become a sovereign state unto yourself. Any attempt not to pay taxes in that manner is tax evasion and a violation of the law. The US Government has recently arrested the leader of a group of such individuals in Montana, that had declared their farm to be an independent "sovereign entity," because of their violations of the law and for tax evasion. Do not believe anyone that says they can sell you such a system. You'll only be a US citizen that's out of a lot of money, and possibly in violation of the law.


: Take it somewhere else, please.

: /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

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