“A Trojan Horse Attacks Article VI”




Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964


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     I was born in 1948, at high noon on the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, in close proximity to the intellectual origins of the American Revolution -- Worcester in the Commonwealth Massachusetts.

     Mom said I was late, and hungry too.  Her doctor gave me 72 hours to live, so your reading this is some kind of small miracle.  Many others would follow.

     At UCLA in the 1960s, I was graced with 2 classes taught by political science Prof. Richard Longaker, twice voted undergraduate professor of the year campus-wide.

     His first class in constitutional law was always hilarious:  the Fire Marshal was always waiting at the podium, to expel overflow from the aisles and window sills.  Longaker would beam, every time.

     It wasn’t until my early 40s before my love for Law began to flourish.  I found great delight reading the U.S. Constitution backwards, beginning with the Bill of Rights.

     In this way, it wasn’t long before I encountered the Oath of Office Clause in Article VI.

     The intervening years also guided me to conduct what we now call the credential investigation -- a nationwide effort to compile OATHs required of all Federal Judicial officers.

     Little did we know, when this investigation began, how controversial the findings would become.

     In short, roughly one-third to one-half of all Federal judges, magistrates, clerks and deputy clerks have turned up withOUT one or more of the credentials required of them by applicable Federal laws.

     Some have flatly refused to produce any.  Of the credentials that were produced, serious even fatal flaws were confirmed in many of those documents.

     Notably, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (“OPM”) has published counterfeit Standard Form 61 APPOINTMENT AFFIDAVITS at their Internet website.  Nobody knows just how many Federal employees have executed this “bootleg” form.  The number could be a million, or more, since August 2002.

     Federal Judges must have four (4) credentials, in proper order:  Senate Confirmation, Presidential Commission, Appointment Affidavits and Oath of Office for U.S. Judges.

     Without a valid Senate Confirmation, none of the other three are valid;  without the Presidential Commission, neither Oath is valid either;  and, neither Oath is valid if it has been administered by someone lacking authority to do so.

     If you want to have some serious fun, ask the next dozen military veterans you meet if they have ever read Article VI in the U.S. Constitution:  the Oath of Office is mandated by Clause 3, right after the Supremacy Clause at Clause 2.

Try it!  Their answers may surprise you.

     Lately, Federal government attorneys have attempted to defame this writer as suffering from “grandiose and persecutory delusions” for carefully compiling written replies from the U.S. Department of Justice to our numerous requests submitted under the Freedom of Information Act for all four credentials.

     Oddly, Congress refuses to authorize an Internet database of these mandatory credentials, despite lip service to open government, and an Internet that is now wildly popular and maturing fast.

     Why the stonewalling, you may ask?  One research benefactor put it this way:  State and Federal personnel have become a Trojan Horse -- invading public offices all across America, and secretly destroying the foundation principles of our Republic.

     The next time you get stopped by police, while driving, try telling the officer you really don’t need a physical driver’s license;  you have “permission” from the DMV to operate your motor vehicle.


     Good luck!  You’re going to need it.



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