REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
                         FEDERAL JUDGES

This  is   a  general  public  request  for  proposals  from  all
individuals who  are  qualified,  interested,  and  available  to
preside as  an Article  III Judge  on the  bench of  the District
Court of  the United  States in Tucson, Arizona state. This is an
Article III  district court,  pursuant to the holding of the U.S.
Supreme Court  in the case of Balzac v. Porto Rico, 258 U.S. 298,
312, 42 S.Ct. 343, 66 L.Ed 627 (1921).

Pursuant to  the holding  in Evans  v. Gore, 253 U.S. 245 (1920),
your proposals  must confirm, under penalty of perjury, that your
compensation is  currently not being diminished by any federal or
state  income   taxes,  unless   you   have   chosen   knowingly,
intentionally, and  voluntarily to  contribute a  portion of your
compensation to the state and/or federal governments, without any
threat, duress, or coercion.

Pursuant to  31 U.S.C.,  the "Internal Revenue Service" is not an
agency or bureau of the United States Department of the Treasury.
See  Chapter   3,  Subchapter   I,   Organization.      Voluntary
contributions to  the "Internal Revenue Service" shall be grounds
for disqualification,  because of  the danger  of  undue  outside
influences as  described in  the case  of  Lord  v.  Kelley,  240
F.Supp. 167,  169 (1965).  Plaintiff therefore reserves the Right
to recuse  any judge who currently has any contract, or has filed
any tax  returns, with the "Internal Revenue Service" or with any
of its agencies, assigns, instrumentalities, or principals.

If  you   have  so   chosen  to  contribute  a  portion  of  your
compensation to  the state  and/or  federal  governments,  please
affirm, under  penalty of  perjury, that  this is  the case.  The
Plaintiff, who  desires a  qualified and  competent  Article  III
federal judge, reserves the fundamental Right, under Article III,
Section 1,  to a  judge whose  compensation  for  the  office  of
federal judge  has not been diminished during his/her Continuance
in office.  See Constitution for the United States of America, as
lawfully amended, Article III, Section 1.

Please submit  your proposals,  with accompanying  affidavit,  to
Chief Justice  William H.  Rehnquist, Supreme Court of the United
States, One  First  Street  Northeast,  Washington,  District  of
Columbia.  Please use first class or priority United States mail,
Attention:   Clerk of Court.  Please do not call either the Chief
Justice, or  the Clerk  of the  Supreme  Court,  concerning  this

Please submit  a courtesy  copy of  your proposal  to Judge  Alex
Kozinski, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 125 South Grand Avenue,
Suite 200,  Pasadena, California  state.  Please also do not call
Judge Kozinski's office either concerning this matter.

Please also  submit a  courtesy copy  of your  proposal  to  Paul
Andrew, Mitchell,  B.A.,  M.S.,  Counselor  at  Law  and  federal
witness, c/o  2509 N.  Campbell, #1776, Tucson [zip code exempt],

All proposals must be on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper, and be signed
in original  with blue  ink, and  verified pursuant  to 28 U.S.C.

It would  assist the  Plaintiff very  much if you were to forward
this request  for proposals  to as  many different email lists as
possible.  We are utilizing the Internet exclusively, in order to
expedite the  dissemination of this request.  Hard copies of this
request for  proposals have  already been mailed to Chief Justice
Rehnquist, and to Judge Alex Kozinski, for their information.

Thank you very much for your consideration.  Questions about this
request for  proposals  should  be  directed  to  email  address:
pmitch@primenet.com, attention:  Mr. Paul Andrew, Mitchell, B.A.,
M.S., Counselor  at Law and federal witness.  See 18 U.S.C. 1513.
All communication  must be  in writing, and will be kept strictly
confidential,  as  much  as  possible.    Public  disclosures  of
candidate proposals will happen only under lawful court order(s),
or with the prior written consent of the candidate.

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

    August 31, 1996

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