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CREDITORS AND THEIR BONDS


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THE HIDDEN COMMERCIAL COURT PROCESS

CREDITORS AND THEIR BONDS PLUS THE HIDDEN COMMERCIAL COURT PROCESS

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CREDITORS AND THEIR BONDS


Bond. In every case a bond represents debt its holder is a creditor o the corporation and not a part o!ner as is the shareholder. The !ord "bond# is so$eti$es %sed $ore broadly to re er also to %nsec%red debt instr%$ents.

[Definitions used here are generally from Blacks 6 th] &' Bond s%pportin( credit a%thori)ations This bond is the debt side of the implied contract that resulted when your grandparents took all their gold to the Federal eser!e Banks by "ay #$ #%&&' A bond is al!ays evidence o a debt. (t can be a liability to the deb tor or an asset to the creditor' This bond is also the implied debt that resulted when you applied for a birth certificate for new entities )straw men* you re+uested that the ,tates create when you had your babies' -ou put a description of your baby on the application' This tied the baby and the straw man together as long as the described baby man li!ed' .hen the man dies$ the straw man is terminated by the ,tate with a Death /ertificate' (t has no commercial energy without the man' Stra! $an* 0 1front23 a third party who is put up in name only to take part in a transaction' 4ominal party to a transaction3 one )5674* who acts as an agent for another )5ohn* for the purposes of taking title to real property and e8ecuting whate!er documents and instruments the principal )5ohn* may direct respecting the property' 9erson )5674* who purchases property for another )5ohn* to conceal identity or real purchaser or to accomplish something that is otherwise not allowed' [/ant mi8 public and pri!ate:] I$plied +artnership; 6ne which is not a real partnership but which is recogni<ed by the court as such because of the conduct of the parties [the defendant trust you as trustee$ as the defendants surety]3 (n effect$ the parties are estopped from denying the e8istence of a partnership' [That is a dishonor'] This bond is also the implied debt that resulted when you applied for a title to a car$ a mortgage$ or any other =oan that resulted in collateral being registered with the ,tate' -ou cannot be re+uired to pledge your substance$ but you can !oluntarily pledge it to help the >D through its bankruptcy status' +led(e; 0 bailment

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Bail$ent; 0 deli!ery of goods or personal property$ by one person )bailor* [strawman] to another )bailee* [,tate or >D]$ in trust for the e8ecution of a special ob?ect [e8emption] upon or in relation to such goods' (f you do not !olunteer$ you may be gi!en 1choices2 to make it easier for you to !olunteer$ but you must always do this !oluntarily' -ou are not asked to @(AB your substance$ only to pledge it$ while you keep possession of the substance' (n return$ you get the implied bond' The straw man recei!ed a social security number' The correlating pri!ate side number is the e8emption identifier number C same digits$ ?ust no dashes' 9ublic debt number D #E&FGHF6IJ% ,trawman K Debtor K agent of >, or ,tate 9ri!ate e8emption number D #E&GH6IJ% /reditor The straw man is a creation of the debtor corporation$ so it is presumed to be an officer$ agent$ or employee of the debtor corporation' (t must file ta8 returns and must follow all the corporate rules and regulation )public laws*' The man$ on the other hand$ is not a creation of the debtor corporation$ but is the presumed representati!e of the straw man' The man is also the one who had the creditor side of the debt the >, owes' This is the national debt C at least part of it' 9art of the national debt is owed to the people who pledge their substance in return for an e8emption from 1paying2 public debts' The >, runs on credit' (t does not ha!e its own credit' B!erything is backed by the full faith and credit of the people' .e ha!e to ha!e faith the >, will honor its debts$ and we ha!e to know how to use our credit' The straw man cannot use your credit on its own$ but it can use it if you authori<e it' 6ur authori<ation is backed by the implied contract and the resulting bond )debt* the >, has to the people' 0s long as the people are not acting like debtors and !ictims$ they can use their credit' .hen the people start acting like debtors )straw man*$ they dishonor their own heritage and rights' -our pri!ate instruments are backed by the bond' The number on the bond is #E&GH6IJ% for 5ohn Doe' ,' Bond or dischar(e This is the creditor K holders side of the bond )e!idence of a debt*' .hen you use a bond for discharge$ you are using your credit backed by the implied bond )debt* resulting from your pledges to help the >, through its bankruptcy' There is no !alue limit to this bond$ as you !oluntarily agree to pledge e!ery bit of substance you e!er get until the money is put back into circulation' 0ll the substance you ha!e )cars$ dirt$ shoes$ food$ toothbrushes* was ac+uired by gi!ing the merchants Federal eser!e notes' -ou can ne!er get title to things unless you pay for them' ,ince there is no money in the >,$ only debt paper$ e!ery time you get a pair of shoes$ you are e8changing a debt for the shoes' (n the >,$ since #%&&$ That is an acceptable practice' 6utside the >, and its ,tates$ in the states$ that is not acceptable' (f you tried to get shoes without paying for them in the states$ you would be put in ?ail for stealing$ but in the ?urisdiction of the >,$ you can get possession of the shoes by gi!ing the merchant debt paper' -ou ?ust cant get title' (f you want the title$ you will ha!e to gi!e the merchant a real asset from the pri!ate side )substance*' The only substance that is yours is your e8emption' That e+uates to credit in admiralty and e+uity' "arch %$ #%&& I&rd /ongress MR PATMAN; Under the new law the money is issued to the banks in return for Government obligations, bills of e !hange drafts, notes, trade a!!e"tan!es, and banker#s a!!e"tan!es$ The money will be worth %&&!ents on the dollar, be!ause it is ba!ked by the !redit of the Nation$ 't will re"resent a mortgage on all the homes and other "ro"erty of all the "eo"le in the Nation$( MR PATMAN) The money so issued will not have one "enny of gold !overage behind it, be!ause it is really not needed$(

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The bills of e8change are go!ernment obligations and to the pri!ate in!estors' The bankers acceptances are go!ernment obligations' .hen you accept a presentment for !alue and sign it, you have *ust done a banker#s a!!e"tan!e$ Publi! banks !an also do a banker#s a!!e"tan!e$ 't is not designated to *ust one side or the other$ 7a!e you asked who is (,,>(4@ the new money to the banksL /an the @o!ernment issue money to the banksL /an other banks issue money to the banksL .here is this new money that is going to be issued to banksL .here does the bank go when it wants to be issued more moneyL The people ha!e been always been pri!ate bankers in the states in 0merica' 4ow we also ha!e public bankers' The people used to dig the gold and sil!er out of the ground$ ha!e it minted$ and then put it into circulation' 4ow the people sign notes$ and gi!e them to the banks to turn into 1debt money2$ and the banks put the debt into circulation 1as money2' (t would be against the law for the people to do that' They ha!e to issue their credit )money* to the bank to do through the straw men' .hen you use the >, bond )e!en though it is an implied bond*$ to discharge a public debt$ the debt is discharged' 7ouse 5oint esolution #%E is the written public )insurance* policy guaranteeing this can be done' The people are still issuing new money to the banks by signing notes and gi!ing them to the banks' I$plied; This word is used in law in contrast to 1e8press23i'e'$ where the intention in regard to the sub?ect matter is not manifested by e8plicit and direct words$ but is gathered by implication or necessary action from the circumstances$ the general language$ or the conduct of the parties' >sing the bond )debt* to discharge another debt is common in the >,' "r' 9atman said the new money represented a mortgage on all the homes and other property of all the people in the 4ation' 7e used the word nation2 with an e8pansi!e intent' There were and are no people in the nation' The nation is a political creation' But$ there are people behind all the straw men$ which are in the nation' 6n a mortgage there is always a debtor and a creditor' The new money was issued based on the people and >, corporations turning in their gold' The corporations were controlled by the >,$ but the people were not' The corporations had no substance$ but the people did' The people !olunteered to enter an implied contract with the >,' The 4ew Deal was announced in /ongress in "arch #%&&' The e8ecuti!e order was gi!en in 0pril' The gold had to be deposited in the Federal eser!e Banks by "ay #' The congress proclaimed its public policy in 7ouse 5oint resolution #%E in 5une' The new public policy was that no creditor on this new mortgage could re+uire payment in any particular form of >, coin or currency' 0s creditors$ the people could not re+uire payment for any new mortgage in gold' 4either could any other creditor' That 4ew Deal made the people who participated in the sal!ation of the >, corporation$ creditors' (t also made debtors of the >, corporations their officers$ agents$ and employee C including all the straw men' This is an e8ample of setFoff and ad?ustment of mutual debts' The straw man owes debt to a >, corporation agency$ and the >, owes a debt through an implied promise to the man' The >, can ne!er pay the man$ because there is no money$ but the >, can gi!e the straw man debt money it can use in commerce in the >, to use to get possession of products and ser!ices for you' -ou get to use the products or ser!ices' .hen you use a bond to discharge a public debt$ you ha!e used your e8emption )credit*$ which is the only title you can ha!e on the pri!ate side' -ou are an in!estor in the >, corporations' That does not make you an owner' (t makes you a creditor'

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Appearance bond

This is a bond that assures you will appear in a court proceeding' (t is not a catchall bond that co!ers e!erything that will come up in the case' To get the appearance bond you ha!e to gi!e your word )bond* that you will appear to finish settling the accounting' (t is issued by the hearing officer$ if it is re+uested and if there is no contro!ersy' (f you are honorable enough not to start arguing with the hearing officer or the /omplainant$ or the prosecuting attorney$ you can get this bond' There must be no contro!ersy' That fact is established by your !oluntary act of accepting the charging (nstrument for !alue and returning it' (n doing so$ you are e8changing your e8emption )credit* for the discharge of the charge)s*' -ou are bonding your pledge to appear and settle' (f it were not !oluntary$ that would be bondage' -ou must tell the hearing officer that you are not disputing any of the facts' Disp%te; 0 conflict or contro!ersy3 an assertion of a right$ claim$ or demand on one side$ met by contrary claims or allegations on the other' The sub?ect of litigation3 the matter for which a suit is brought and upon which issue us ?oined$ and in relation to which ?urors are called and witnesses e8amined' .hen you enter a dispute$ you ?oin the issue and confirm the e8istence of what was ?ust an idea$ making it materiali<e and gi!e sub?ect matter that can be tested by a ?ury or witnesses' 6nce you ask for the bond$ it is yours' (f you ask for it again$ it will appear that you do not know you already ha!e it$ and the hearing officer will proceed as though he is talking to a debtorKstraw man' 0 debtorKstraw man does not automatically get an appearance bond' (t may be re+uired to pay for a bail bond' 0n appearance bond with conditions incorporates a cost to you' (f you ha!e re+uested the appearance bond at no cost to you$ there will be no conditions to the release' (f you do not ask for it that way$ there may be conditions C like drug testing$ re+uired meetings with court officers$ or re+uired daily or weekly phone calls' Those are a cost to you$ as they take your time and your property' (f you dont appear 04D settle the accounting$ you will be in dishonor of your word )your bond*$ and the appearance bond will be re!oked' They will not tell you it has been re!oked' -our dishonor will then be used to carry out the presumption that you are representing the straw man in a fiduciary capacity$ and that you are in breach of your fiduciary duty' That is not allowed in e+uity' Then the debt of the straw man will be put on you' (f there is not enough property held in the name of the straw man to co!er the dishonor$ or if you as trustee refuse to turn o!er the trust property to settle the debt' They will take your body as surety for the debt' (t is the trustees body being taken' -ou !olunteered to be the trustee' Char(in( order* 0 statutorily created means for a creditor [9laintiff] of a ?udgment debtor [Defendant] who is a partner of others [you] to reach the debtors beneficial interest in the partnership [your /redit]$ without risking dissolution of the partnership' >niform 9artnership 0ct$ ss EJ' The purpose of the court case is for the ?udge to test the facts of an accounting' 7e is the auditor in a possible dispute between a creditor and a debtor' The creditor always wins' (t is a matter of how much the debtor will pay that is being determined in a court case' A%dit; ,ystematic inspection of accounting records in!ol!ing analysis$ tests$ and confirmations' The hearing and in!estigation had before an auditor' 0 formal or official e8amination and authentication of accounts$ with witness$ !ouchers$ etc' [= audit he hears$ a hearing$ from audio C to hear-

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A%ditor; 0n officer of the court$ assigned to state the items of debit and credit between the parties in a suite where accounts are in +uestion$ and e8hibit the balance' >nder ules of /i!il 9rocedure in many states$ the term 1master2 is used to describe those persons formerly known as auditors3 .a(istrate* [=' magister C a $aster$ from magia F sorcery$ from @reek mageia C the theology of "agicians] /o%ch* To gi!e personal assurance or ser!e as a guarantee' /o%cher; 0 receipt$ ac+uittance$ or release$ which may ser!e as e!idence of payment or discharge of a debt$ or to certify the correctness of accounts' 0' S%rety bond The surety bond is used to subrogate liability from one party to another' (t is similar to an indemnity bond' you can issue a surety bond to relie!e someone$ who is in dishonor$ of potential financial damage' -ou can indemnify an honorable party who may ha!e made a mistake$ by !olunteering to b e his surety' This is often the case with a ?udge' (f you do this$ you are mo!ing into a creditor position because you are taking responsibility for the actions of another' Three parties are re+uested3 #* the one who is !olunteering to be the surety$ E* the debtor$ and &* the creditor' There can be more than one creditor and more than one debtor' /reditor status can change during the case' .hen you become the creditor$ someone has to be the debtor$ the prosecuting attorney signed the complaint$ and there is not bond in the case file$ and there is no signed security agreement$ he is going to be the debtor' (f he acts honorably and tells the ?udge he wants to settle or ha!e the case dismissed$ he stays in honor' -ou may ha!e to authori<e him to sign the check to settle the accounting' (f he acts in dishonor$ he is the one who will be left holding the bag' -ou can bond the parties andKor bond the case' [,ee 6 /ase Bond] S%retyship* The relationship among three parties whereby one person )the surety* [you] guarantees payment of debtors [Defendant] debt owed to a creditor [9laintiff] or acts as a coFdebtor [coFdefendant]' generally speaking$ 1the relation which e8ists where one person [you] has undertaken an obligation$ and another person [Defendant] is also under an obligation or other duty [to gi!e energyKcredit] to the oblige [9laintiff]$ who is entitled to but one performance$ and as between the two who are bound [you and the Defendant]$ one rather than the other should perform'2 S%retyship bond* 0 contractual arrangement [created by your mothers signature on the application for the birth certificate] between the surety [you]$ the principal [Defendant] and the oblige [9laintiff] whereby the surety [you] agrees to protect the oblige [9laintiff] if the principal MDefendant] defaults in performing the principals contractual obligations [discharging debt$ or in anyway dishonors the 9laintiff]' The bond [your written word] is the instrument which binds the surety [you]' The surety bond is deli!ered to the one who dishonored you' (t is wise to ha!e e!idence of the dishonor before you issue a surety bond' ,atisfactory e!idence could be a certificate from a notary after an administrati!e process has been completed to assure there really is a dishonor' -ou might ?ust think you were dishonored' (f you are in dishonor yourself$ and ha!e not corrected the mistake$ you are not in a position to be claiming you ha!e been dishonored' This is a !ery narrow window' -ou must always approach e+uity with clean hands' The surety bond is also deli!ered to the bonding company if the one in dishonor is a public officer with a bond' (t is also deli!ered to the clerk of court$ if there is a court case in process' 0lways get a certified copy of the surety bond from the clerk after it is filed'

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Case bond

This bond is in the nature of a reple!in bond' 0 reple!in bond was formerly used in common law )e+uity* when there was a dispute and one party chose to file a claim in court against another party in possession of property in dispute' The mo!ing party was re+uired to bond his charge )claim* before he could get temporary possession of the sub?ect property' The reple!in bond was double the !alue of the sub?ect property' 9art of it was to indemnify the sheriff who sei<ed the sub?ect property from the defendant in possession' The order part was to guarantee the defendant would be reimbursed at least for the !alue of the sei<ed property if it were not returned to him in the e!ent he won the case' (n e+uity all charges need to be bonded' -ou ha!e heard; 19ut your money where your mouth is'2 That is what is happening when charges are brought in court and the mo!ing party bonds the case' This policy assures the defendant will not be damaged by a unsupported complaint' /harges are rarely bonded in modern court procedures$ until after the case is decided' By that time$ the defendant is almost always in dishonor$ so the prosecuting attorney can use the defendants dishonor to bond the case' (t is really the defendants representati!e that is bonding the case' 0gain it is the mans credit that gi!es life to the bond' (f the defendant is in dishonor because of what its representati!e )trustee* said or did or did not say or did not do$ it is the trustees credit that is used to satisfy the debt C discharge the bond' -ou can !oluntarily bond the case if there is no bond already in the clerks file' Be sure to get a certified copy of the docket sheet as e!idence there is no bond in the case$ before you issue your bond' .hen you Bond the case$ you are the creditor and creditors win' (f you bond the case$ become the creditor$ and then dishonor the ?udge$ the attorneys$ or the process in any way$ you will lose your position as a creditor and go back to representing the defendant' 0ll the dishonors are pinned on the defendant e!en if you are the one who went into dishonor through your words or your actions' The defendant cannot talk or act' (t all comes from you' (f you bond the case and underwrite all the obligationsKlossKcostK of the honorable citi<ens of the ,tate of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ that would include the attorney$ as long he is honorable' (f he is not$ he refuses the (ndemnification and !olunteers to ha!e his dishonor gi!e the commercial energy to the settlement' (t is up to him' The ?udge will go along with what he re+uests' >sually$ the attorney will tell the ?udge that the 9laintiff mo!es for dismissal' 2' +er or$ance bond 9erformance bonds guarantee that parties to a contract will not be damaged by the conduct or lack of conduct of an officer' This could include an e8ecutor$ trustee$ officer of a court$ officer of a corporation$ guardian$ etc' .here!er there is a fiduciary duty$ there may be a need for a performance bond' 0n oath is a performance bond in common law' (n the modern ,tates and integrated court system$ bonds are backed by insurance companies' They are actually insurance policies' +er or$ance bond* Type of contract bond$ which protects against loss due to the inability or refusal of a contractor to perform his contract' ,uch are normally re+uired on public construction pro?ects' O icial bond* 0 bond gi!en by a public officer$ conditioned that he shall well and faithfully perform all the duties of the office' Contractor; 6ne who in pursuit of independent business undertakes to perform a ?ob or piece of .ork$ retaining in himself control of means$ method and manner of accomplishing the desired result'

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Constr%ction; (nterpretation of statute$ regulation$ court decision or other legal authority' The process$ or the art$ of determining the sense$ real meaning$ or proper e8planation of obscure$ comple8 or ambiguous terms or pro!ision in a statute$ written instrument$ or oral agreement$ or the application of such sub?ect to the case in +uestion$ by reasoning in the light deri!ed from e8traneous connected circumstances or actions or writings bearing upon the same or a connected matter' 6r by seeking and applying the probably aim or purpose of the pro!ision' Drawing conclusions respecting sub?ects that lie beyond the direct e8pression of the term' Re %sal; The act of one who has$ by law$ a right and power of ha!ing or doing something of ad!antage$ and declines it' Oa refusal implies the positi!e denial of an application or command$ or at least e!idential determination not to comply' +o!er; 0uthority to do any act which the grantor )you* might himself lawfully perform' The following is taken from 'n +ear!h of ,iberty in Ameri!a )one of Byrons books* .hy do officers of go!ernment hold positions called 1trust or profit2L =ook at some constitutions to find the phrase' eferences to the /onstitution for the >nites ,tates of 0merica are pro!ided below' 0ny 6ffice of honor$ Trust or 9rofit under the >nited ,tates2 0rticle ($ ,ection & 0ny 6ffice of honor$ Trust or 9rofit under the >nited ,tates2 0rticle ($ ,ection % 0ny ,enator or epresentati!e$ or 9erson holding an 6ffice of Trust or 9rofit under the >nited ,tates2 0rticle (($ section # 0ny 6ffice or public Trust under the >nited ,tates2 0rticle A($ clause & ,uffice it to say$ trillions of dollars in assets are being held in these Trusts in 0merica today' -ou can !erify this if you study the /omprehensi!e 0nnual Financial eports that each corporate entity within the >nites ,tates empire is re+uired to ha!e' The Trust transfers possession of trust assets to another$ the trustee can make rules and regulations for the use of the Trust property and also rules for the conduct of those 1persons2 accepting protection or recei!ing property' Trust property may remain in the soFcalled public forum held directly by the Trust or its partners or corporations$ or it may be con!eyed into the pri!ate domain' (t is all effecti!ely Trust property$ public and pri!ate$ until it is taken out of the protection of Trust'

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R34ES O5 THE 6A.E R34E 7&* The iction and real cannot $i8. The p%blic and the private cannot $i8.
-ou cannot create a public debt' That is against the law' 0 creditor can issue a bond )e!idence of a public debt* and use the bond to discharge other public debts' -ou cannot use the public federal reser!e routing numbers on the pri!ate credit instruments you issue' Those routing numbers are public' -our credit instruments use your pri!ate routing number )B(4* with the closed account number' -ou are a pri!ate banker' The closed account number was accepted and put on a >//F#' -our acceptance of the account number takes it to the pri!ate side for ad?ustment and setoff' -ou ga!e notice to 5ohn ,now$ or his predecessor$ that you had accepted the account as collateral' -our secured party collateral rights are pri!ate' -ou are a secured party on the pri!ate side e!en without filing a >//F# The >//F# is to gi!e notice on the public side of your collateral rights' That is why you can use the account for ad?ustment and setoff of public debts' There is no money on the pri!ate side' Debt is used on the public side to discharge other public debts' There is no money on the public side either$ but debt is accepted 1as money2' The debts that are owed to you by the public$ can be used to discharge public debts' 0 debt is a liability to the debtor and an asset$ a bond$ each time you use your credit' -ou can bond your bill of e8change$ or use a bond' Bither way$ it is a bond )e!idence of a public debt owed to you* that discharges the public debt' (f the ,tate cannot file a claim against you$ because it is a fictitious entity and you are a real man$ then it must file a claim against s straw man to get to you' .hat is it trying to getL Does it want your body in ?ailL The money in your bank accountL -our houseL -our businessL The answer is 46' (t wants your credit' (t already has the rest of it$ because e!erything is either registered or found on registered property' The state does not want the things that are held in the name of the straw man$ but it has no compunction against taking those things$ if you dishonor it in any way' 0ll those things$ e8cept your body$ belong to the straw man$ which is an officer$ agent$ or employee of the >, or one of its ,tates' They do not belong to you' The 1money2 )F 4s* belongs to the Federal eser!e$ because it is the entity that created it' The straw man ?ust gets to use it as long as if follows the federal reser!e rules' The title to the real property associated with your house is held by the straw man' The business license for your business was issued to the straw man' The registration for the car names the straw man as the owner' The dri!ers license was issued to the straw man' 4one of those assets belong to you' They are all pieces of paper that belong to the straw man$ >4=B,, it fails to follow the rules'

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9resentment has a complaint C a mo!ing party' .hat is it trying to mo!eL .hat is its complaintL (t (s usually using a statute as the grounds for the complaint' (f public and pri!ate cant mi8$ the complaint "ust be against the public straw man C not you' .hy would the ,tate care if a piece of paper !iolated a )fictitious* lawL .hat is the moti!ationL ,tate is trying to mo!e you to let it use your credit' (f you refuse$ the ,tate can mo!e the court to grant the use from your dishonor' Does the ,tate really ha!e a complaint$ or is it ?ust asking for your helpL "aybe the complaint is that it is out of 1money2' There is no money' 4one on the pri!ate side )gold and sil!er*' 4one on the public side )e8cept your credit*' Does the office manager do when it needs more money for paperclipsL (t re+uisitions the guys on the top floor for money to buy more paperclips' Do the bosses say$ 14o .ay:2L 6f course not: That would be counterFproducti!e to the purpose of the business' Think of the ,tate as your business' -ou need to be sure there are enough paperclips$ or the business may fail' .hy would you refuse to honor the re+uisitionL .hy you argue about whether or not the re+uisition form was filled out properlyL .hy would you deny you are the proper party to fulfill the re+uisitionL .hy would you ignore the re+uisitionL .hy would get mad and start charging the messenger with fraudL (f you ignore the re+uisitions and spend all your bosss money trying not to fulfill the re+uisitions$ the business will fail' .here would that lea!e youL -our business is down the tubes' -ou might be in ?ail for breach of contract' -our property has been taken by the corporate attorneys' -our money is gone' 0ll the people who depended on your business ha!e to use other sources of your products and ser!ices' -ou are a !ery irresponsible business man' (f you had ?ust signed the re+uisition$ you would still be on the top floor' (nstead$ the trust assets are gone and you are making license plates' The ,tate has no substance' (t has no money' (t has no inherent right to anything$ e8cept what it has created which is the straw man' (t has a !ery important function' (t has been charged with pro!iding for the means by .hich you can go into grocery stores$ gas stations$ libraries$ shopping malls$ airports$ car dealerships$ and marts' (t is does not get 1money2 from somewhere$ it cannot continue to pro!ide the infrastructure you find so con!enient' The only source it has is ta8es' =icense$ permit$ and registration fees are a source of re!enue for the ,tate$ but that is not sufficient for the giant octopus feeding machine we ha!e grown to lo!e and depend on' (t needs to feed off your credit$ and if you dont !oluntarily let the ,tate use it$ the ,tate will use your dishonor to take it'

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(f you ha!e filed a claim against the straw man$ the ,tate doesnt e!en control that anymore' (f you ha!e named the ,ecretary of ,tate as the secured party$ it has additional e8penses as trustee of the property held in the name of that straw man' The situation is getting worse for the ,tate' .here will it get the money it needs to continue supplying all the ser!ices you e8pect from itL (t has to go to you and ask you for your credit' 7a!e you e!er had to ask your dad for financial help after you left his house and were out on your ownL (t is embarrassing: The ,tate does not want to ?ust ask if it can use your credit' (t will ha!e to find creati!e ways to ask for it$ get it$ and sa!e face in the process' The trick is for the ,tate to ask for your help without the unFenlightened personK>, citi<ens being able to see it' The ,tate must ha!e your credit$ 04D it is going to get it one way or the other' (t is going to get it the easy way or the hard way' (t is all up to you' ,o the only thing the ,tate cant take is your body and other substance in your possession$ >4=B,, you !oluntarily authori<ed the ,tate to use it' -ou always ha!e a choice to retain possession of your substance$ or let the ,tate take possession of it' emember$ possession is %K#P of the law' .hat is the other #K#P thenL HONOR R34E 7,* Stay in honor at all costs. -our mission should you decide to accept it$ is to honor the ,tate when it asks you )in its aggressi!e way*$ to let it use your credit )e8emption*' The ,tate is raising you up as a creditor e!ery time it gi!es you a presentment' (t is your choice' -ou can honor the ,tate by accepting its presentment and issuing an authori<ation A6=>4T0 (=- for it to get enough of your credits to e+ual the !alue of its presentment C dollar for dollar$ 6 -ou can A6=>4T0 (=- dishonor the ,tate by refusing$ arguing$ making it pro!e its claim$ or defending the straw man$ pretending the ,tate has no right to make its claim' .ow: That is a hard choice$ -ou can !oluntarily authori<e the ,tates use of your e8emption$ or you can !oluntarily dishonor the ,tate$ at which time it will use your dishonor to take property from the straw man or take your body and collect rent while you sit in ?ail' @eeF .hat should ( doL .hat should ( doL

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There is an easy way and a hard way' The choice is always yours' The ,tate is only following your lead' (f you argue or defend$ it gets to use your e8emption 04D maybe take some of your possessions besides' (f you accept and authori<e the ,tate to use your e8emption$ it is re+uired to accept it' .hat do you ha!e to loseL (s your e8emption limitedL /an it be depletedL 4o: .hat difference does it make if the ,tate gets to use your e8emptionL The difference is$ the grocery stores and .alF"arts stay open' The fire department responds to fire calls' The garbage trucks pick up your garbage$ and the streets are repaired' .hen you understand how to stay in honor$ it is a win K win situation' (f you do not know how to stay in honor$ (t might be a win K lose situation$ with you losing' The ,tate will get what it wants either way'

R34E 79* there is no $oney.


.hat do you use to pay your billsL (f there is no money$ what does the ,tate use to pay its billsL Do you really ha!e any billsL .hos name is on the contract with the electric company$ the mortgage$ the credit card$ or the student loanL (t isnt your name' (t is the straw mans name' The constitution says O no state shall make anything but gold or sil!er coin a tender in payment of debts' .ell$ there it is C a prohibition against the states' Does it say the >nited ,tates or its agents cant use something other than gold or sil!er for payment of debtsL 4o: ,ince there is no gold or sil!er coin in circulation in the >nited ,tates$ and all the businesses you ha!e grown to lo!e are in the >nited ,tates$ it is a good thing the >nited ,tates has created a straw man for you to control and federal reser!e notes for it to use or you would use money$ if you had some' The ,traw man is able to pay all its bills with federal reser!e notes' -ou cant$ but the straw man can' (snt (t neat that you control a straw manKpersonL The trouble is C the straw man cant get a real title to anything with federal reser!e notes' -ou can get possession of the substance$ but you only get to retain possession as long as you stay in honor' The straw man stays in e+uity honor$ and you fulfill your fiduciary duties as the presumed trustee' (f you choose to go into dishonor $ you !oluntarily gi!e up possession of whate!er property the ,tate wants to take to get the credits it needs to keep its business !entures going' nothing personal C 5ust business:

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R34E 7:* Do not participate in p%blic plays '


.hen the state in!ites the straw man to participate in one of its re!enue e!ents$ you ha!e options' The 9resumption is that you will !olunteer to represent the accused straw man' They are pretty sure you will do That because you always ha!e before' Think of the e!ent as a play' The play has actors with scripts' Bach 0ctor knows the plot$ his lines$ and the outcome' Their play has been practiced o!er and o!er in e!ery county (n e!ery state' The outcome is almost always the same' 0 man )not one of the scheduled actors* crashes into Their party$ and carries out the plot' .ithout the man$ the whole plot changes$ The outcome changes$ They 4eed the man to get the same ending as they always ha!e before' .hen the man does not participate in their play$ there is confusion and chaos' The planned script does not work without the man' The usual scenario includes the man !olunteering to represent the accused straw man$ as a trustee' Bach time a straw man is charged a new trust is created' (t is e!en possible that each time the straw mans name is spelled in a slightly different way in the complaining presentment$ a different trust is created' There might be E or G different trusts referenced in the same presentment' Bach trust is going to produce income for the plaintiff$ if the script is followed as planned'

It all has to do !ith tr%sts.


B!erywhere you look$ there are trusts' The straw man is a trust when it is named on a complaint$ indictment$ or traffic ticket' ,ometimes it is a cestu +ue trust when it is the beneficiary of another trust' ,ometimes it is the trustor or another trust' ,ometimes it is a corporation sole' ,ometimes it is a defendant' ,ometimes it is a plaintiff' ,ometimes it is a debtor' ,ometimes it is a creditor' ,ometimes it is a secured party' (t is a !ery !ersatile !ehicle or tool' There are always at least three parties to a trust' 4o one 6.4s a trust on the pri!ate side3 but on the public side$ there is always a 1responsible party2$ who is deemed to be the owner to the trust' This is a fallacy that is often used by the ,tate in relation to trusts that ha!e real property as the trust corpus' They always want to know who the owner of the trust is' 0 trust is ?ust an agreement among three or more parties' The trustee holds the legal title to the trust corpus$ and is the one deemed to be owner of the public trust' (t is useless to argue with public property or is in!ol!ed with federal reser!e notes$ it +ualifies as a public trust' The beneficiary holds the e+uitable title to the trust corpus' The title is bifurcated'

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Tr%st* 0 legal entity created by a grantor for the benefit of designated beneficiaries under the laws of
the state and the !alid trust instrument'

Indent%re; The document which contains the terms and conditions which go!ern the conduct of the
trustee and the rights of the beneficiaries'

E8chan(er; )e8change* to part with$ gi!e or transfer for an e+ui!alent' Tr%stor; 6ne who creates a trust' 0lso called settlor' Settlor* The grantor or donor in a deed of settlement' 0lso$ one who creates a trust' Tr%st corp%s* [trust property] the property which is the sub?ect matter of the trust' The trust res' Creator* 6ne who creates' Tr%stee* 9erson holding property in trust' 6ne who holds legal title to property 1in trust2 for the benefit of
another person )beneficiary* and who must carry out specific duties with regard to the property'

4e(al title* 6ne which is complete and perfect so far as regards the apparent right of ownership and
possession$ but which carries no beneficial interest in the property$ another person being e+uitably entitled thereto'

Bene iciary; 6ne who benefits from act of another' E;%itable title* 0 right in the party to whom it belongs to ha!e the legal title transferred to him$ or
the beneficial interest of one person whom e+uity regards as the real owner'

S%rety* 0 person who is primarily liable for payment of debt or performance of obligation of another' Creditor; 6ne to whom money is due$ and$ in ordinary acceptation$ has reference to financial or
business transctions'

The ori(inal stra! $an tr%st< .o$ !as the E8chan(er = Tr%stor = Settlor
"other applied to the ,tate of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNfor the creation of a trust' ,he chose the date of birth for it' ,he chose its name' ,he re+uested e!idence that it had been created D a birth certificate' ,he was the (nformant' ,he deli!ered the paper description of the original property to the trust /reator' (t was a description of the real substance' The paper description was the original trust corpus' "ore trust property be added later'

State o >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>!as the Creator o the ori(inal tr%st.


,tate complied with moms re+uest and created a straw man with the name and date of birth your mother re+uested' ,he applied for a ,ocial ,ecurity number for it' ,he put it into commerce by getting it medical numbers$ a day care center matriculation number$ a public school matriculation number$ a little league (D number$ a library card number$ etc'$ etc'$ etc' ,ometimes the /reator is also the original B8changer$ Trustor$ ,ettlor'

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?ho is the bene iciary o the ori(inal tr%st@ The beneficiary changes each time a new trust is created' -ou re the original beneficiary though$ (f you choose to use your beneficial interest' (f you choose not to use it$ the citi<ens of the state that created it are the beneficiaries' This is part of the 7ighest and Best >se principle' (f the property is not being put to its highest and best use$ it can be 1borrowed2 for a time and put to better use' -ou ha!e not been using it' -ou ha!e not filed any claims against it$ so why should it ?ust sit there not being usedL This first trust was created for your benefit$ it you choose to use it' emember$ the reason the first party )creator* creates a trust$ is for the second party )trustee* to manage the trust corpus for the benefit of a third party )beneficiary*' ?hat is the tr%st corp%s@ The ,tate complied with moms re+uest and created a straw man with the name and date of birth she re+uested' "om is the one who put your physical description on the application for the certificate K e!idence that the trust had been created' ,he 1deli!ered2 the description )I pounds ## ounces$ #% #KE inches long$ and a footprint*' 0ll of this was on paper' The paper is the trust corpus' That was the consideration that was e8changed into the original trust' B8changed for whatL FFF the ability to gain possession )not title* of houses$ cars$ shoes$ books$ etc' without paying for them' ,he applied for a ,ocial ,ecurity number for it' ,he put it into commerce by getting it medical records$ a day care center matriculation number$ a public school matriculation number$ a league (D number$ a library card$ etc'$ etc'$ etc' 0ll of these paper contracts between the trust and agencies of municipal corporations are trust assets' These are all part of the trust corpus C the trust property' They are all property that can be used as e!idence to contractual obligations the trust has 6 as collateral for debts the trust owns' (t appears the trust is using your description and your credit to gain assets' (t has an obligation to you' "aybe these assets can be considered benefits for which you owe an obligation because of your close relationship with the trust$ 6 these assets can be considered collateral for the debt the trust owes to you' ?ho is the tr%stee@ 6n the pri!ate side$ if an appointed trustee resigns or dies < the trust corpus re!erts to the beneficiaries or back to the trustor' (t is useless to create a trust without appointing a trustee' The trustee created by the state upon moms re+uest must also ha!e a trustee' The problem is$ depending on how it is going to be used3 the creation of the trust is a matter of construction and operation of law' This is constructi!e trust' Constr%ctive tr%st* Trust created by operation of law against one who by actual or constructi!e fraud$ by duress or by abuse or confidence$ or by commission of wrong$ or by any form of unconscionable conduct$ or other +uestionable means$ has obtained or holds legal right to property which he should not$ in e+uity and good conscience$ hold and en?oy'

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Constr%ction* Drawing conclusions respecting sub?ects that i'e' beyond the direct e8pression of the term' Operation o la!* This term e8presses the manner in which rights$ and sometimes liabilities$ de!ol!e upon a person by the mere application to the particular transaction of the established rules of law$ without the act or coFoperation of the party himself' De a%lt* 0n omission of that which ought to be done' ,pecifically$ the omission or failure to perform a legal or contractual duty' There can be more than one trustee for a trust' 6ne trustee may ha!e the duty of performing certain actions of the trust' 0nother trustee may perform different functions' The identity of the trustee or trustees of these 1indi!idual2 trusts is often not e8pressed$ as there is no re+uirement for there to e!en be a written trust indenture' 6n the public side$ there must always be a default trustee$ if no one !olunteers to fill the duties of the trustee' .hen a corporation or limited liability company is created$ the statutory default managing is the ,ecretary of ,tate of the state where the entity is being created' (n some ,tates the ,6, would be the logical default trustee' (n other cases$ the lack of a trustee may result in a presumption that you re the trustee'$ Trustees ha!e a fiduciary duty to manage the trust honorably and for the benefit of the beneficiary' 0 trustee may not use the trust for personal gain' 0 trustee that is acting outside his duty or not performing at all is in breach of his fiduciary duty' That is not tolerated on the pri!ate side or the public side' Trustees in breach of fiduciary duty are held personally responsible for the breach and take on the financial penalties for their actions )malfeasance* or lack of action )nonfeasance*' Here is an e8a$ple o a typical co%rt scenario !hen a $an participates* (n!estigator from 0B/ agency or a municipal corporation has filed an information with a prosecuting attorney' 6n the public side$ affida!its are not re+uired' The informant is not re+uired to sign an affida!it submit it to the attorney to commence a public action against the indi!idual being in!estigated' 0ffida!its were re+uired in e+uity when someone wanted to file a claim in court' (n admiralty in the public affida!its are no longer re+uired' They ha!e been replaced with what is called an information' 0n affida!it is signed under oath' The statements made in an affida!it are the signors bond' 7is word is his bond' The affida!it formerly bonded the case' 4ow that there are no affida!its$ there are no bonds to bond cases' The prosecuting attorney has to decide whether or not to commence an action' The informant may ha!e completed an administrati!e process )( , Cm %P day letter$ &P day letter$ #P day letter* for the attorney as the basis for bringing the action' (t may not ha!e started an administrati!e process' 4ine

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times out of ten$ the administrati!e process is not needed$ because they are almost sure you will agree )without knowing it* to represent the accused indi!idual )the trust* by !olunteering to act as its trustee' The 0ttorney is going to create a new trust to be the accused on the complaint or indictment' (f you go into contempt for defending and not taking responsibility for the new trust$ you will either pay with the trust /orpus$ 6 you will go to ?ail$ and your credit )e8emption* will be tapped during the time they are housing and feeding you and gi!ing you medical treatment' The trust corpus might include the balance in a bank 0ccount$ a title to real property or a car$ or any other public asset' Creator The attorney is the creator of the accused trust' (t might be 5674 7B4 - D6B' 4otice that they ne!er put your name on a complaint$ indictment$ or traffic ticket' B!en if it is written in upper case and lower case =etters$ it is still a fiction and a trust' .e cannot mi8 public and pri!ate' Tr%st na$e The name of the trust is 5674 7B4 - D6B' (n the body of the complaint$ a reference may be made to 5674 7B4 - D6B or 5674 D6B or 5ohn Doe' This is how the ?udgment can be multiplied' These might all be new trusts against which the final ?udgment can be applied$ and for which it is presumed you will !olunteer to be the trustee$ and through which you will be presumed to be surety' The trust is e8pected to be the defendant' The +uestion is FFF who is the trustee and who is taking responsibility for the trust acti!itiesL Tr%stor The attorney is also the trustor' 7e is putting the trust corpus into the trust' That is the charge' (t is a debt )liability* on the public side$ and a credit )asset* on the pri!ate side' .e ha!e always presumed a charge is a bad thing' (t is only bad if the man is found in contempt of the process$ or of the attorney$ or of the ?udge$ or of a number of other possibilities' (t is !ery easy to go into contempt' (f you dont agree to take responsibility$ you will be in contempt of our presumed fiduciary duty' /reditors do not go into contempt' Bene iciary The beneficiary is the ,tate of NNNNNNNNNNN$ which is also the plaintiff in this case' (t is the person that stands to gain from the charges )trust corpus*$ but it only has the e+uitable interest in the trust corpus' That way$ the beneficiary is not help responsible for bringing a claim without a bond )e!idence of a debt*' The attorney does it instead' The beneficiary has to hold onto its creditor position$ and cant if it brings unfounded claims' The plaintiff seldom signs the complaint' The attorneys signature is usually the only one on it' Tr%stee This the trust position that carries all the liability' The trustee has a fiduciary duty to manage this trust property for the benefit of the ,tate of NNNNNNNNNNN$' (t it does not$ the trustee accepts the responsibility for the losses suffered by the beneficiary$ the ,tate' there is no appointed trustee' There is a presumption that there will be a trustee when it is needed' The attorney has the complaint ser!ed on the original trust with a name like the accused indi!idual )the defendant trust*' ,omeone has to represent the defendant' 0t this point the only representati!e for the trust is its creator$ the prosecuting attorney' .hich has made a commitment to the beneficiary' 6nce the charge is signed by the attorney and deli!ered to someone who might !olunteer to be the trustee$ the attorney does not e!en ha!e the option of withdrawing the charge without the defendants agreement ) ule of /ourt*' ,ince the complaint was deli!ered into your hands$ as the presumed trustee and surety$ you ha!e to agree to the withdrawal of the charges before they can be withdrawn'

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soon as you hire a good attorney or decide to defend the trust yourself$ the liability has mo!ed from the prosecuting attorney to you' The fact that you are defending$ all by itself$ is a dishonor' 0nything other than allFout acceptance is a dishonor' -our dishonor is what gi!es the prosecuting attorney the energy to bond the case' 0ll cases ha!e to be bonded' .hoe!er bonds the case is the creditor' .hoe!er is in dishonor is the debtor' They need you to dishonor the process$ the attorneys$ or the ?udge to ha!e the standard script result the standard outcome' (f you fail to immediately go into dishonor$ there will be plenty of opportunities in the script for you to carry out the plot to get you into dishonor' -ou can plead 4ot @uilty$ testify$ defend$ call witnesses$ +uestion witnesses$ file motions$ file a counter suit$ answer +uestions$ or not respond at all FFF ?ust to name a few ways to !olunteer to be the trustee and to be in 7onor' -our !oluntary dishonor will authori<e the use of your credit to bond the case' ,ince you did not !oluntarily bond the case$ you are in dishonor' S%rety ,ince the standard script will be used for the court e!ent$ it is likely the man who has !olunteered to be the trustee for the accused trust$ will defend the trust' That will guarantee the standard outcome' The defendant will be found guilty and the trust corpus will be li+uidated enough to 1pay2 the ?udgment debt' (f the e!ent in!ol!es criminal charges$ the mans body will be ?ailed so the state can BFAB4>B the mans credit from pri!ate into the public state' This is what keeps the public machine running' BAB4>B' The man will be the surety for the ?udgment debtor once the trust is found guilty' +lainti ,tate )beneficiary* is the plaintiff and presumed creditor$ as long as the man plays by the standard script' De endant The prosecuting attorney needs to ha!e a !olunteer to defend the trust$ or he will be stuck representing the accused trust himself' 7e is the defendant$ but does not plan on holding the position !ery long' .ith the help of the ?udge and the defense attorney$ the prosecuting attorney will be able to pass the liability on to the trust and its representati!e and surety C you C but you ha!e to go into dishonor for this to happen' 0ll charges$ arguments$ and testimony is dangerous in the public court' emember it is not your court' They can only see fictions$ so if you are testifying$ you are recogni<ed only as a fiction as you are a piece of paper$ but if you are talking to him$ he presumes you are the trustee for the trust er*' (n that capacity$ he can talk to you' 7e is e8pecting you to breach your fiduciary duties by going into dishonor' Then they win C you lose' -ou want a win K win situation' Be careful e!en with the copyright' (f you can bring the copyright into the case without testifying )through third party witnesses*$ you may be able to sta!e off a demand for trust property' (f you ha!e already gi!en The right to use the nowFcopyrighted name to a corporation$ you cannot re!oke it that authori<ation after the fact' -ou may ha!e done that by applying for a loan' -ou ga!e them the use of the name on the application' -ou can gi!e the use of the name on a dri!ers license application' -ou are the one who tells what name to put on the license' -ou cant come back later and charge them for using the name you pre!iously ga!e them' (f there is no dri!ers license application$ you my be able to gi!e notice of the copyright to the officer$ and then enforce the copyright !iolation because he had notice of your restrictions to use of the name' B!en if the car is registered with the ,tate$ you may be able to use the copyright in this action$ if you know how and do not dishonor your own claim to being the pri!ate owner of the name'

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Here is a di erent scenario !hen the $an does NOT participate*


0n in!estigator from 0B/ agency of a municipal corporation has filed an information with a prosecuting attorney' Before things get this far$ you should ha!e completed your administrati!e procedure on the acti!ity that is the sub?ect matter of the court case' [,ee the section on 0dministrati!e 9rocess] The prosecuting attorney has decided to commence an action' The attorney creates a new trust to be the accused on the complaint or indictment$ which is deli!ered into your hands' This time you accept the presentment for !alue$ return it$ and authori<e the use of your credit$ and bond the case' -ou gi!e notice to the public of these pri!ate actions you ha!e taken' -ou use third parties to testify to the agreement of the parties of the dishonor of the plaintiff$ if necessary' -ou do not get in!ol!ed in the issues of the case other than the agreement of the parties' -ou can bond the case' -ou do not ha!e to be the trustee and represent the accused trust to take responsibility for the presumed !iolations of the ,tates statutes' -ou are one of the people' -ou are a creditor with priority o!er fictions' -ou are the 6ne C the 6ne who has the power to create a .in K .in situation for all parties' Creator The prosecuting attorney is still the creator' Tr%st na$e The name of the trust is still 5674 7B4 - D6B' Tr%stor The prosecuting attorney is still putting the charge into the trust as a corpus' Bene iciary The beneficiary is still the ,tate of NNNNNNNNNNN' Tr%stee ,ince you ha!e not !olunteered to be the trustee$ the prosecuting attorney is still the responsible party' -ou are the one who accepted deli!ery of the complaint that was sent to the trust o!er which you are presumed to be the trustee' (f you can stay in honor while you take on the obligations of the trust$ by using your e8emption and your credit as surety for the trust$ you will be fine' -ou can argue with the attorneys and the ?udge and the witnesses and the clerk$ showing how bad a trustee you are' 6r -ou can accept the ,tates re+uest for re!enue and authori<e the use of your e8emption )credit*' (t is your choice' S%rety The suretyship on this case can be shared' ,uretyship is a !oluntary act' -ou can !olunteer to be the surety >sing your e8emption )credit*' ,omeone else can !olunteer to dishonor someone or to dishonor the process$ Thereby becoming the surety' Free will is always a factor here' The big +uestion is FFF who will be the ,uretyL ,ince there seldom is a bond in the case until after the trial is o!er$ you can present your bond to Bond the case' +lainti .hoe!er bonds the case is the plaintiff' /harges cannot be brought unless there is a bond' (f the man ,upplies the bond$ the man is the creditor' The tables can turn' -ou can do a counterclaim by remo!ing the case into another court for ?udicial re!iew of your administrati!e process and get an estoppel on their case' De endant The prosecuting attorney is the defendant$ unless there is a defense attorney who has put a notice of appearance into the case' (f$ so$ then the defense attorney is the defendant' 0s the creditor$ you can authori<e the prosecuting attorney or defense attorney if he has filed his notice of appearance$ to write the check to ,ettle the account' The check is backed by your bond'

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Ad$inistrative +rocess
Hypothetical Sit%ation* 0 few months ago 0B/ agency sent the 5674 7 D6B trust an administrati!e presentment with a charge )energy* of QHPPP' (t wants or needs QHPPP' -ou are the source FF the banker' (f you dont gi!e it to them$ they will use your dishonor to support a claim to QHPPP worth of trust property' -ou accepted it for access !alue )QHPPP*$ returned it$ ga!e them an authori<ation to use your credit$ e8changed your e8emption for the discharge of the charge' -our acceptance is the return of the energy' They recei!ed your authori<ation$ which may ha!e been a bill of e8change$ bond for discharge$ or other instrument you chose to use' 4ow 0B/ 0gency has hired an attorney to bring charges in the public court against 5674 7' D6B' 0 summons and complaint were deli!ered into your hands today' .hat do you doL One eali<e this first; -ou are in the courtroom on your case' 5674 7 D6B may ha!e remo!ed 0B/s case to a different court by filing an amendment complaint re+uesting ?udicial re!iew of your administrati!e process' The purpose of this case is to get a public order that will o!ercome the claims being made in 0B/ 0gencys against 5674 7 D6B' -ou ha!e to introduce e!idence into the ?udges file to gi!e him facts upon which he can base his decision' (f you are asking for findings to facts$ he must ha!e some facts in the e!idence file' -ou dont want the respondent to enter e!idence and ha!e his be the only e!idence upon which the ?udge will base his decision' (f you want conclusions of law$ he must ha!e some law in the e!idence file' The only way facts and law get in e!idence file )the one the ?udge keeps in his possession the clerks file*$ you ha!e to introduce it in open court$ county recorder$ county assessor$ notary public$ or other public officer* to the bailiff or ?udges clerk$ who will then hand it to the ?udge' 7a!e a copy for the attorney also' -ou do not do this if there is a public defender' -ou ha!e to introduce some law that supports your re+uest into the record to gi!e him something which to make conclusions of law' 9utting this into the complaint as an e8hibit and filing it with the clerk and gi!ing notice of it to the espondent does not get it to the ?udges file' "ore on this part of the administrati!e process later in the this section' -ou need e!idence and facts and law' .hat do you want the ?udge to doL This is the time )before you e!en do your administrati!e process* to decide what you want and what e!idence you will need to support what you want the ?udge in 0B/s case or the ?udge in your remo!ed case to re!iew the administrati!e process and issue an order confirming the facts contained in the notarys /ertificate of Dishonor$ or /ertificate of Breach$ or certificate of 4onFresponse$ whiche!er is appropriate for the situation' B!en you do not +uote statutes3 the notarys certificate is recogni<ed as prima facie e!idence of the facts contained therein' =ook at the commercial statutes for your state' The >// source is #FEPE )6'/'@'0' R##F#FEPE*' ,ince your administrati!e process will result in a certificate$ this is the time to decide what you want from the one that sent the presentment to the straw man' 9ut the horse in front of the cart$ or you may find that your certificate did not contain the e8act wording you want to use in the certificate' (t cannot be changed after the fact because the notary could be accused of making legal determinations or practicing law'

DO NOT +3T AO3R NOTARIES IN BEO+ARDACC

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Step T!o &* 9repare the /ertificate of 4onF esponse' This is the notarys certificate' (t is not yours' The notary will issue it to you' -ou will then be the holder of the certificate' (t is like a bond in that it is e!idence of the debt owed to you by the respondent who dishonored you by not responding or not complying with a duty' This /ertificate is & because it will be issued after the respondent has had two opportunities to honor you by complying with your re+uest or performing a duty that us re+uired of his office' 7is communication is not a response to your notice of acceptance and re+uest$ or to a notarys 4otice of 4onF esponse$ if it addresses some other issue' (f his response is an argument or testimony$ he is in dishonor' .hat do you want this certificate to sayL [(f you used a bill of e8changeO] 4ame of notary 4ame of presenter 4ame of accepter Description of presentment 4ame of accused ,tate commercial statute regarding notarys certificate [0 , GIF&HPH and GIF#EPE in 0ri<ona] /ertificate statement 4otice that presentment was accepted and returned with attachments with a re+uest To the presenter at his company at its address by cert mail with return receipt and cert of ser!ice 4otice of nonFresponse with a second re+uest To the presenter at his company at its address by cert mail with return receipt and cert of ser!ice 9resenter refused re+uests 9resenter did not send notice of dishonor 9resenter did not cure his dishonor 9resenter agreed; 7e dishonored the acceptor The acceptor accepted the presentment The acceptor returned the presentment The acceptor e8changed his e8emption for a discharge The acceptor presented authori<ation to use his e8emption for court charges The acceptor sent processing instructions with the authori<ation The acceptor sent a statement of account showing a <ero balance 7is refusal to send the confirmation or notice of dishonor did not negate settlement 7e and his agency ha!e no capacity to pursue collection Further collection makes him and his agency liable for QHPPP to straw man ,traw man can secure its QHPPP claim Date 4otary signature 4otary seal 4otary stamp 4otary address 0dministrati!e process number [,ee ,ample #]

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Three 9repare your 4otice of 0cceptance' This is your acceptance notice )co!er letter to your acceptance of the 9resentment*' -ou sign it' The notary mails it and gi!es you a /ertificate of ,er!ice with her stamp and [,ee ,ample E] [,ee ,ample & standard certificate of ser!ice] T do you want to sayL /ertified "ail S 4ame of notary 4ame of presenter 9rincipal C agent notice Date eference note Type of notice Facts; The accepter has accepted the presentment The accepter is returning the presentment The acceptor is e8changing his e8emption for a discharge The acceptor is presenting authori<ation to use his e8emption for court charges The acceptor is sending processing instructions with the authori<ation The acceptor is sending a statement of account showing a <ero balance The presenters refusal to send the confirmation or notice of dishonor will not negate settlement The presenter and his agency will ha!e no capacity to pursue collection Further collection makes the presenter and his agency liable for QHPPP to straw man ,traw man can secure its QHPPP claim ,ignature of accepter 0dministrati!e process number 5o%r pare the 4otice of 4onFresponse for the 4otary' [,ee ,ample G] This is the notarys notice' The is your third party public witness' .hat do you want it sayL /ertified "ail S 4ame of 4otary 4ame of presenter 9rincipal C agent notice Date eference note Facts; 4otary sent notice and re+uest By certified mail$ return receipt re+uested$ and certificate of ser!ice 9resentment was dishonored 4otary is attaching copy of first presentment to this notice of nonFresponse 4otary is making a second re+uest for same thing 9erformance or statement is e8pected in ten days /a!eat; failure to cure breach will be agreement of parties to statements in first notice 4otarys signature 4otarys seal 4otarys stamp 0dministrati!e process number

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This completes the 0dministrati!e 9rocess' -ou now ha!e the certificate establishing; a* That you accepted and returned and e8changed your e8emption for a discharge b* That your acceptance was recei!ed and accepted by the respondent C twice c* That the respondent refused to respond or comply with your re+uest d* That there is an agreement of the parties e* That the respondent has no commercial energy to pursue collection f* That you ha!e all the commercial energy regarding the sub?ect account g* That you are in honor h* That the respondent is in dishonor THE CO3RT +RESENT.ENT D The ,tate$ or /ity$ or /ounty$ or an agency has ?ust honored you with a court presentment' (t is a !erified complaint or grand ?ury indictment or traffic ticket' Do you feel honoredL 4oL .hy notL Do you feel FearL 0ngerL /onfidence you can defend your positionL =ets analy<e this situation; ,tate C is used in this writing generically as a general tern representing any corporate +uaiFgo!ernment organi<ation and its agencies' -ou C is used in this writing to represent the reader$ the li!ing soul' ,traw man C is used in this writing o represent an indi!idual >, citi<en$ but not a ,tate as defined abo!e' ?hat is this present$ent@ ?hat are its co$ponents@ (t has your name on it: (t does 46T ha!e your name on it' (t has a straw mans name on it' The mo!ing party has named a straw man as a !iolator of a statute and has asked you to take responsibility for the !iolation' The ,tate$ /ity$ /ounty or ( , cannot file a claim against you' (t is charging this straw man with a !iolation' ,T69: (t is establishing a !alue through an inde8 associated .ith statute !iolations' This is ingenious: (f you honor the presenter with an acceptance and return$ the inde8 established the amount of credit you will pro!ide to the state' (f you dishonor$ the inde8 establishes the amount of property the state will take to get the credits it needs' The presumption is that you are in partnership with that straw man' (n some cases$ the inde8 establishes how many months the state will hold your body for breach of fiduciary duty$ while it collects your credits' (t suggests a time period for you to answer' ,T69: Dont trust this one' (t establishes a time period for the straw man to answer on the public side C usually EP days' (f you dont accept in IE hours from the pri!ate side$ you will be in dishonor' The presentment is designed to help you into a dishonor' -ou dont ha!e to go that way$ if you dont want to'

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(t as the name of the party bringing the claim' ,omeone has to approach you and ask you for your kelp' That person is taking a big chance' By signing his name$ he could end up owing the amount the state is asking to pro!ide' This is usually an attorney' 7e signs his name to it and becomes the attorney of record for plaintiff' ,tate$ through an attorney or other officer$ has gi!en you a court presentment C a re+uest for your help' 6ptions; -ou ha!e options; Defend it 0rgue about it /onditionally accept it (gnore it 0ccept it -ou already know the right choice' -ou only ha!e one good choice C accept' (f you defend$ you are refusing to take responsibility for managing the affairs of your business C the >nited ,tates' .hether you want to admit it or not$ the >, is your creation' (t continues in business because you authori<ed it' (f you argue$ you are in a contro!ersy with your own business managers' (f you conditionally accept$ you are re+uiring the >nited ,tates to pro!e it has a claim$ when it is in recei!ership and cannot ha!e a !alid claim against you without your permission' (f you ignore the presentment$ you are acting like an irresponsible creditor and will lose our status as creditor' -our only choice is to accept' That by itself is not enough though' (f you accept it and return it$ you ha!e not carried out the promise you made when you accept it' (ts like signing the re+uisition form but not instructing anyone who write a check' -ou ha!e accepted the presentmentsKcharges$ but you ha!e not gi!en them what they need C your credit' (t is like promising to pay the electric bill but ne!er getting around to it' (f you do this$ they will turn off the electricity' .hen you accept the presentment for !alue$ you ha!e to follow through with some type of instrument' (f do not authori<e the ,tate to use your credit to settle the account after you ha!e accepted$ you are in dishonor' (f you do not authori<e the attorney to use your credit to settle the court account after you ha!e accepted$ you are in dishonor' The ,tate and attorney will use your dishonors to charge their agents with authority to take the straw mans property )sheriff* andKor your body )baliff*' Bither way$ the ,tate and the court will get the use of your credit' The >nites ,tates and its ,tates are in recei!ership$ so they ha!e no credit of their own' They need your credit$ and they will get it' The corporate counties and the cities are in this dysfunctional situation' They all need your credit' .hen they ask for it$ gi!e it to them: Follow through with your promise of acceptance AND 6I/E THE. THE 3SE O5 AO3R CREDIT to co!er )bond* the charges: Be the creditor you can be: Take responsibility:

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CO3RT
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G* 0ccept and eturn the court presentment' (f there is an assessed !alue on the presentment use; 0ccepted for assessed !alue and returned in e8change For closure and settlement of this accounting' [date] [signature] [B(4] (f there is no assessed !alue on the presentment use; 0ccepted for !alue and returned in e8change For closure and settlement of this accounting' [date] [signature] [B(4] :' The presentment is like a check' (t is sent to you with a re+uest for some kind of payment' (f you endorse it and return it$ they know you ha!e appro!ed the use of your credit' They can then use your endorsement$ since they did not send a check made out to the straw man$ to settle the debt )account* with an offsetting credit' They ?ust need your authori<ing signature to @et the credit to enter on the books' RE.E.BER THERE IS NO .ONEA

Attach an asset an a%thori)ation or the State to %se yo%r credit. 0 bill of e8change is one of the instruments you can use to authori<e the use of your credit' (t is a writing )bill* that you are gi!ing he claimant in e8change for the discharge of the claimKdebtKcharges' (t settles the immediate charge )re+uisition*' (t needs; a date an account number a !alue the name of the person who is to recei!e the credits the name of the public creditor ),ecretary of the Treasury* the name of the public passFthrough )your straw man* instructions an instruction number your name )the pri!ate creditor* your e8emption number )creditor (D number* your signature )this is the endorsement (nstructions are important' 4onFcash items re+uire instructions' (f you do not understand them$ dont send them with your instrument$ or do anything else until you understand what you are doing' >sing other peoples paperwork can be !ery !ery detrimental to your success' Teep the instructions in plain Bnglish' These instructions are a great topic for discussion with your study groups: This is where the Treasury Ta8 and =oan Department )TTU=* of the bank is incorporated into the process3 and where the electronic fund transfer instructions are found' Be careful about putting information in bo8es' (t doesnt appear if it is in a bo8' /lerical information can be in bo8es$ but keep the substantial information outside the bo8es' (t is absolutely imperati!e that you understand there is 46T7(4@ that is going to be transferred from the >, Treasury to the holders bank' There is no funds transfer' There is no money transfer' There is no credit Transfer' The credits are in your instrument with your signature on it with a Q followed by digits greater than P' .hen it is endorsed by the recipient and deli!ered to its bank$ the credits are already there' They ?ust need to B added to the account intended to recei!e them$ 04D the use of the e8emption needs to be appro!ed by the ,ecretary of the Treasury'

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s appro!al is done through the TTU= Department at the bank where the instrument is deli!ered the electronic transfer is not a transfer money$ credit$ or funds' (t is a transfer of digital information from the Federal eser!e Bank$ through the federal window$ to the treasury$ where it can be appro!ed or refused by the one who currently holds the office of ,ecretary of the Treasury of the >nited ,tates' That is Timothy @eithner at time' 7e is also the one who keeps track of the national debt$ which is partially owed to the people of 0merican states$ who ha!e funded the >nited ,tates with their credit since #%&&' 7e is the trustee on the /hapter ## bankruptcy of the >4(TBD ,T0TB,' 0ll bookkeeping in the >, is done through him' .hen you use your e8emption$ the national debt is reduced in e+ual proportion' Timothy @eithner ),ecretary of Treasury* has to keep track of the debits and credits on the national debt' -ou cannot lea!e him out of the e+uation' 4etter o Credit .hen you authori<e the use not your credit$ you must arrange for that credit to be appro!ed by a third party in public FFF Timothy @eithner FFF when the presenter processes your instrument' (f you dont do this$ it is like writing a check on an open bank account that has no balance or balance insufficient to co!er the check' The pri!ate side$ when you use our e8emption to bond your acceptance of a presentment$ the public auditor must recei!e notice of your intent' That is Timothy @eithner' The >, is not bankrupt3 it is ?ust in recei!ership' (t cant make !alid claims without an e8isting debt$ ,tate so it can get your credit anyway' The choice is yours' .hen the presentment is deli!ered into your hands$ you become the holder' The ,tate has honored you with presentment$ because you are in a position to help the ,tate' .hen you indorse it as a holder$ you are assigning the property )interest in some associated substance D your credit* related to the presentment$ to someone else' (f the presentment is signed by 5im Black$ it should be returned to 5im Black' (f the signature on the presentment is only a logo$ and there is no other signature$ the presentment should be returned to the name and address on the logo or letterhead' (n that case$ no man has accepted the commercial liability for the presentment' That does not really$ matter' -ou are not doing a conditional acceptance' -ou are doing an allFout acceptance' -ou dont care about anyone else liability$ because you are agreeing to be fully responsible' >4(TBD ,T0TB, )and all its officers$ agents$ employees* had no commercial capacity to really make claims without e!idence of an e8isting debt' That does not mean the ,tate will not make it look like it is making claims' (t needs your credit$ so it is going to go through the motions of making claims' Do not embarrass the agents and point out that it has no commercial energy' (t is your ?ob to use your commercial capacity to fulfill the re+uisition without making it too ob!ious to the public' -ou are coming in from the pri!ate side pro!ide your credit for the publics use' "ost of the public do not know the ,tate has no commercial capacity to bring claims' Teep your superior knowledge to yourself' The public is not ready for full disclosure of this yet' Recap* +rivate Ad$inistrative +rocess* #' E' &' The notary sent your 4otice of 0cceptance with your acceptance and return The notary sent a 4otice of 4onFresponse or 4otice of Breach )if there is a contract in!ol!ed* The notary issued a /ertificate of 4onFresponse or /ertificate of Breach to you The certi icate establishes* that you accepted and returned and e8changed your e8emption for a discharge that your acceptance was recei!ed and accepted by the respondent C twice that the respondent refused to respond or comply with your re+uest that there is an agreement of the parties that the respondent has no commercial energy to pursue collection that you ha!e all the commercial energy regarding the sub?ect matter that you are in honor Page 26

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h' that the respondent is in dishonor Co%rt +rocess* ESo$e o it is private and so$e o it is p%blic-

#' 0ccept for !alue and return the court presentment to the signing attorney E' 0ttach a credit authori<ation with instructions$ for the attorney to use to settle the court accounting &' ,end a letter of credit to the treasury G' @et a certified copy of the ?udges oath and accept it for !alue H' @et a certified copy of the ?udges bond and accept it for !alue 6' @i!e notice of your acceptance by a pri!ate mailing to the man or woman doing business as a ?udge I' File a notice of acceptance on the public side J' @et a copy of the court order appointing the attorney and accept it for !alue %' 9repare a letter of instructions to be mailed to the appointeGd )defense* attorney and to re+uest bond #P' /heck the clerks file for a bond ##' 9repare your bond to bond the case #E' emo!e the case to another court if necessary for ?udicial re!iew of your administrati!e process

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That you ha!e done on the pri!ate side has not appeared on the public side yet' emember ule S#' (f you not let the public know what you are doing on the pri!ate side$ it will appear you are ignoring the presentment' That will result in a default ?udgment due to your dishonor of the ,tates presentment' 6et a certi ied copy o the F%d(eGs oath o o ice and accept it or val%e ' That is e!idence of the mans contract with the people )you* on the pri!ate side' -ou want him to take ?udicial notice of his contract with you' Filing it with a copy of the oath with the clerk will not accomplish that end$ but it will gi!e them notice that you e8pect the terms of that contract to be followed' -ou will ha!e to enter the certified copy of the oath into e!idence file in open court to actually ha!e it make any difference' @et a certified copy of the ?udges bond and accept it for !alue' That is e!idence of the limited liability the ?udge )person* has in public when dealing with citi<ens and residents that are either owned or controlled by the corporations' (t does not limit the pri!ate liability that the man has when dealing with the people )you* on the pri!ate side' ,ince there is no money to pay you if you are damaged by the actions of the ?udge$ you will ha!e to be satisfied with possible payment to the straw man )5674*$ but that is not the reason you are bringing the bond into this issue' The reason is to notify risk management if necessary that you ha!e been damaged by one of its insured persons' This is not the bond for the man$ but a bond for the ?udge' The man is doing business as ?udge for the public from time to time$ but he can also come under the pri!ate rules of e+uity$ which is broadly defined as 1what is right2' (t is right for this man to recogni<e you as a creditor$ but only (F you perform like a creditor and a!oid going into dishonor' (f you dishonor anyone$ you will fit the profile of a debtorKstraw man$ and he can ignore the pri!ate side' @i!e notice of your acceptance by a pri!ate mailing to the man or woman doing business as a 5udge C not for filing to the clerk' "ark the en!elope C +rivate. 7a!e a notary mail it by certified mail @i!e you a /ertificate of ,er!ice' The return address is the notarys address' The components of the letter are; -ou ha!e accepted the presentment for !alue and returned it -ou ha!e e8changed your e8emption for the discharge of the charge -ou want settlement and closure -ou are re+uesting an appearance bond at no cost to you -ou are not disputing the facts The parties ha!e reached an agreement C there is no contro!ersy -ou ha!e accepted the ?udges oath and bond for !alue (nclude a photocopy of the notarys /ertificate of 4onFresponse from your administrati!e process to confirm There is no contro!ersy [,ee sample SH]' File a notice of acceptance on the public side' This will let the public know that you are doing ,omething on the pri!ate side to settle the account' (f you do not gi!e notice to the public$ it will be assumed -ou are standing mute' That is a dishonor' (t results in default ?udgment or summary ?udgment' .hat .ould this notice say; (t is your intent to settle and close the accounting immediately -ou ha!e accepted and returned the presentment -ou ha!e e8changed your e8emption for the discharge of the charges -ou are re+uesting an appearance bond at no cost to you -ou do not dispute the facts -ou will enter a plea for the defendant -ou want to be ad!ised of the details of the hearing to recei!e the bond and enter the plea -ou are bringing the argument of the parties and the ?udges oath and bond into the case' [,ee sample S6]'

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+%blic De ender (f there is a court in!ol!ed$ the ?udge may appoint a public defender for the defendant' -ou are 46T the Defendant' The straw man named on the presentment was chosen to be the defendant' emember ule S#' The public and the pri!ate can ne!er be mi8ed' They cant do it$ and you cant do it' They dont e!er mi8 them$ so be careful that you dont either' (f the defendant has a public defender$ this is good' .hen the prosecutor signs the complaint$ !erifying it$ and his signature is notari<ed$ he is taking on the liability that may follow in the e!ent it is disco!ered the complaint is not !alid' 7e is taking a chance$ because at that point$ he is the only attorney or record' 7e has filed a form of notice of appearance by filing the complaint or filing the grand ?ury indictment' 7e technically represents the defendant until someone takes his place' 7e is counting on someone appearing in the case to defend against his complaint' (f that doesnt happen$ he is the responsible party and liable for all the costs prayed for in the complaint or associated with the statute !iolation' (f that does happen$ he is off the hook' 0lmost #PPV of the time$ that is what happens' 7e is pretty safe taking the chance' >sually$ the straw man named on the complaint gets a 1good attorney2 to defend him' That means the defense attorney has taken on the liability C rightL 4ot so fast' 7e does not take on the liability until he signs a 4otice of 0ppearance and files it in the clerks file for that case' 6nce he is the attorney of record 5OR THE DE5ENSE$ he is on the hook'
----------.ere is an e am"le in the +tate of Georgia that has !odified the liability that the "rose!utor !ould "ossibly take on$ Read it very !arefully)--------O.C.G.A. 17-11-4 (2010) 17-11-4. Imposition of costs and jail fees upon prosecutor or complainant (a) !e prosecutor"s name s!all #e endorsed on e$er% indictment& and !e s!all #e compelled to pa% all costs and jail fees upon t!e ac'uittal or disc!ar(e of t!e person accused )!en* (1) !e (rand jur%& #% its foreman& on returnin( +no #ill&+ e,presses as its opinion t!at t!e prosecution )as unfounded or malicious(2) A jur% on t!e trial of t!e prosecution finds it to #e malicious- or (.) !e prosecution is a#andoned #efore trial. /!en it is t!us a#andoned& t!e officer )!o issued t!e )arrant s!all enter a jud(ment a(ainst t!e prosecutor for all t!e costs and enforce it #% an e,ecution in t!e name of t!e state or #% an attac!ment for contempt. (#) A ma(istrate ma%& in !is discretion& assess costs and jail fees a(ainst t!e person )!o insti(ated t!e prosecution )!en& at a committal !earin(& t!e action is dismissed for )ant of pro#a#le cause and t!e ma(istrate finds t!at t!e complaint )as unfounded and malicious. !is su#section s!all not appl% to la) enforcement personnel$

4ow$ he has to get someone to take his place' The likely taker on the position is the straw man named in the complaint$ indictment$ or traffic ticket' The straw man cant talk$ so someone has to represent it' >sually$ that is you$ because you ha!e a point to make$ or a lesson to teach$ or testimony that will pro!e your case' ?RON6 CHOICECCCC This is almost always the losing proposition' eally good 6FF 96(4T paperwork has been put into court for decades with a !ery low success rate' The only way to win is to let the ,tate win' ( lo!e win K win situations: 7ow can you win and the ,tate win at the same timeL (f you accept and return the presentment and e8change your e8emption for the discharge of the charges$ the ,tate gets the credit from your e8emption and you get the discharge when you bond the case' .ell$ that sounds easy FF rightL (f the defense attorney can get you to act as the trustee for the straw man )trust* named on the complaint$ the defense attorney is off the hook too' (t is ?ust a series of passing the buck C a hot potato game' The one who ends up with it has to pay the bill' The prosecuting attorney starts with it' (t goes on to the defense attorney )if he files a 4otice of 0ppearance*$ and then on to the straw man )if you !olunteer to defend$ argue$ testify$ or ?oin in the action in any way*' (t e!entually ends up in your lap' -ou are stuck with the public liability$ >4=B,, you accept and discharge it from the pri!ate side' 7ot 9otato @ame 9rosecuting attorney Defense attorney ,traw man -ou (f there is no defense attorney$ it ?ust passes to the defending straw man' (f you accept$ it stays with the
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prosecuting attorney' 7e has the power to settle the accounting if you authori<e him to do so'

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6et a copy o the co%rt order appointin( the attorney and accept it or val%e ' This only if the 5udge appoints at public defender' Do not dishonor the court by refusing this pri!ilege' The pri!ilege is for the straw man' 4ot for you' -ou can accept his ser!ices )offered by the court* and instruct him on how he will handle the case' -ou can do this because you are the creditor through your acceptance' -ou are in honor' is point the court$ the prosecuting attorney$ the clerk$ and the appointed defense attorney are also in honor' +repare a letter o instr%ctions to be $ailed to the appointed Hde ense' attorney' This letter to the attorney is your contract with him' (f you do not establish the terms of your contract with him$ the presumption will be that his is a 1defense2 attorney and is defending the defendant as an officer of the court' @et a certified copy of the letter to the lawyer from the notary before it is mailed to the lawyer' (f time is crucial$ fa8 it to the lawyer with a notation that it is also being mailed by certified mail ' 7a!e the notary mail it be certified mail and gi!e you a /ertificate of ,er!ice' .hat should this letter sayL -ou are claiming an interest in the sub?ect matter of this case (nter!ening -our property rights may not be protected by the e8isting parties -ou are accepting the public defender appointment offer and returning it -ou are re+uesting that the public defender put his B0 card away during this case -ou are re+uesting that the public defender act as your counsel instead of acting as an attorney There is not contro!ersy o!er the facts 7e cannot start or ?oin and argument 7e is not authori<ed to defend the Defendant -ou are asking that he read this entire letter into the record in open court and file it with the clerk -ou already ha!e an agreement of the parties /opy of certificate is attached -ou are asking him to check the clerks file for a bond and bond the charges -ou are not disputing the facts -ou want the prosecuting attorney to write the check to close the account -ou will accept the prosecuting attorneys bond to bond the charges -ou will start bankruptcy if necessary to locate your remedy -ou want settlement and closure -ou may re+uire the defense attorney to file a notice of appearance in the case [,ee sample SI] ChecI the clerIGs ile or a bond. There has to be a bond in e!ery case in the e!ent the complaint is a fraudulent claim' The presumption is that the prosecuting attorneys bar number is bonding the case$ but there is no written e!idence of a bond in the file' (f there is no written bond$ you can bond the case' The presumed attorneys bond is superseded by a written and signed bond' @et a certified copy of the docket sheet at the clerk of court$ which will document that there is no bond in the case' 0 preFdated bond might ?ust show up in the file later and minimi<e the effect of your bond' -ou can bond the case' The Bond falls into the category of a reple!in bond' (t is not a reple!in bond$ because they were used in common law before the court systems )law and e+uity* were integrated' 4ow it has to be a bond that is in the 4ature of a reple!in bond that is used as a reple!in bond was used'

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H&0' +repare yo%r bond to bond the case. This is the bond that completes the accounting for the court' (t has the charge on the books$ but it does not ha!e the offsetting bookkeeping entry' The missing bond is what has the books out of balance' .hen you put your bond into the case file by filing it with the clerk of court$ it balances the books' 0ttach a photocopy of the docket sheet to your bond to !erify the lack of a bond in the case' [( do not know why it is not notari<ed$ but my guess is that it is coming from the pri!ate side and not the public side' (f you ha!e a notary 9>B=(/ notari<e your signature$ you may be mi8ing pri!ate and public$ and there are no prothonotaries to be found anymore' B!en if we had protonotaries$ that may cause a conflict$ since we are totally under admiralty law now' The bonds that ha!e been used already were not [notari<ed'] (f there is no defense attorney$ you can enter your certificate of nonFresponse into e!idence and re+uest ?udicial re!iew of the administrati!e process' [,ee ,ample SJ] H&:' Re$ove the case. (f the ?udge does not dismiss the charges by discharging the bond$ you can remo!e the case into another court with an amendment complaint for ?udicial re!iew$ using the original case filing fee to co!er the filings fees in the court to which it is being remo!ed' This might mean remo!ing the case from ?ustice court to county court$ or from county court to federal court$ or from ci!il to criminal$ or from criminal to ci!il' ,ometimes the same ?udge can be on the original case and on the remo!ed case' (t is important to understand that you are not asking for a default ?udgment from the new court' -ou are asking for ?udicial re!iew' -ou want a ?udgment in estoppel C not default ?udgment' The default ?udgment is already finished' The notary did that' The respondent was in dishonor' 7e defaulted on his duty to respond' .hen the notary issued the certificate of nonFresponse$ she was certifying the default' [,ee ,ample S%] Sit bacI and observe the play' -ou ha!e done all your preparation work' ,tay alert$ but do not participate (f there is an appointed public defender' =et him be your mouthpiece' Do not hire an attorney though if they Do not appoint a public defender' -ou may ha!e to participate enough to get your third party witnesses as to The agreement of the parties and your status as the creditor on the record' Dont screw it up by dishonoring -our own status as the creditor on the cases' They will try e!erything to get you to; F testify F argue F call witnesses F file an answer F e8plain your pri!ate process F dishonor the ?udge F dishonor the prosecutor F dishonor your lawyer F ?oin the commercial process F hire an attorney -ou can ask their witnesses +uestions about the certificate)s* issued by the notary' F Did you respond to my notice of acceptance and re+uest for confirmationL F Did you send me a copy of a notice of dishonor from a +ualified third partyL F Did you cure your breachL

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(f there is a problem with the ?udge or the other actors accepting your acceptance$ there is always a .onderful +uestion to ask;

"Ao%r Honor< !ill yo%r bond !ithstand the co$$ercial liability o the char(es this co%rt is enterin( today@#
Do not participate in the co%rtroo$ dra$a. The court appointed public defender speaks for the Defendant' (f there is no public defender$ you can make -our own points$ but you are limited to !ery few issues' There is no contro!ersy -ou want settlement and closure -ou ha!e accepted the ?udges oath and ha!e a contract with him -ou ha!e bonded the case -ou do 46T do any of the things listed abo!e There is a public defender$ he is the only one who can speak from your side of the courtroom' 0s long as there is a 1defense attorney$ the ?udge cannot see you or hear you' (f you try to talk )out of frustration or e or for clarification*$ you will lose your position as creditor' Debtors testify$ argue$ call witnesses$ file ers$ and dishonor' -ou are not a debtor' when the ?udge asks how the defendant pleads$ it is your counselor who will answer' 7is answer ld be that he has a statement to read into the record' That statement should be your letter to the counselor' B!erything in your letter to the counselor is designed to ha!e him act in his capacity as a lawyer for his client *$ while he protects your pri!ate interests and negotiates closure and settlement for you' 7e is not permitted to defend the defendant )the straw man*' 7e is not permitted to argue any of the facts' 7e is not permitted to engage in any contro!ersy at all regarding this case' 7is ?ob is to be your mouthpiece in the proceeding' 7e is an officer of the court and has capacity to speak in that court' (f there is a public defendant$ you 4BAB speak in court' (f you do$ you will negate the relationship you ha!e with him by dishonoring him' -ou will not be acting like a creditor' -ou will be acting as though he is incompetent to represent your creditor position and bring closure to the case' emember ule SE' ,tay in honor' -ou are authori<ing the counselor to negotiate the settlement for you' ,tay out of his way so he can do that' Teep your mouth shut in court' -ou are not going to testify BAB : Debtors testify$ Debtors defend themsel!es' Debtors dishonor' The term might be that the straw man pleads guilty' This is for the public show' (t should be problem for you to enter a plea of guilty to the to the facts for the defendant' -ou are not disputing the facts' (t should be a problem for the defendant tot plead guilty to the charges' 6nce you ha!e the appearance bond$ 04D >964 T7B (,,>04/B 6F T7B 099B 04/B B64D$ the lawyer can enter a plea of guilty for the defendant$ because your e8emption is bonding the whole case' .hen you accepted and returned the presentment$ and attached an instrument to discharge all the charges$ and sent your letter of credit to the secretary$ and ga!e notice to the public that you had accepted the presentment$ you became the creditor in the case'

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The first time you are in court$ the lawyer will read the =awyer =etter into the record' The lawyer will almost always say he cannot or will not read the letter in court' 7e will whine and imply that you are silly and maybe e!en stupid$ but he will read the letter$ because the ?udge knows he has it and has been instructed to read it' 7e knows this because you asked him to file it with the clerk in the file' (f he does not ha!e it in the clerks file before the hearing$ you can put it in there on your way into the hearing' @et a certified copy of it to show him when you sit down ne8t to him at the defendants table in the courtroom' 0lso$ be prepared to gi!e him cues as to what you want him to do' -ou might want to prepare cards with large font messages for him to read if he gets off track and away from your instructions;

DO NOT AR63E ANA O5 THE 5ACTS ENTER THE B3D6EGS OATH INTO THE E/IDENCE 5I4E READ .A 4ETTER INTO THE RECORD ENTER .3 BOND INTO THE E/IDENCE 5I4E ?E ARE HERE 5OR SETT4E.ENT 6O 5OR C4OS3RE ASJ B3D6E TO DISCHAR6E THE BOND THERE IS NO CONTRO/ERSA DO NOT CA44 ANA ?ITNESSES DO NOT CROSS EKA.INE EKCE+T RE6ARDIN6 THE NOTARAGS CERTI5ICATE

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Ad$inistrative +rocess Certi icate

Sa$ple 7 AC

CERTI5ICATE O5 NONLRES+ONSE
B; 0cceptance by 5ohn 7enry Doe of complaint on case S#E#E#E#E 5674 7 D6B ,usan ,mith$ am the notary who !erified Da!e Browns dishonor of 5ohn 7enry Does 4otice of 0cceptance$ for 5674 7 D6B$ pursuant to state law regarding e!idence of dishonor 6'/'@'0' R##F&FHPH and R##F#FEPE' ( certify the following; NNNNNNNNNNNN$ the record shows ( mailed a 46T(/B 6F B B0/7 to Da!e Brown at 0B/ 0gency at [0DD B,,W$ by certified mail package S M/B T SW $ as !erified by /ertificate of ,er!ice' 0fter acceptance of both mailings$ Da!e Brown$ for 0B/ 0gency$ refused to send the confirmation that the account for case S #E#E#EE#E has been ad?usted and settled$ nor a notice of dishonor from a +ualified third party e8cusing his refusal$ in the ten )#P* days following the second mailing' Da!e Brown$ for 0B/ 0gency$ did not cure his dishonor' 7e ga!e no reason for his refusal to confirm the ad?ustment and settlement of the account or send a notice of dishonor' Therefore$ based on the foregoing facts$ ( certify that Da!e Brown$ for 0B/ 0gency$ dishonored 5ohn 7enry Doe and me through his nonFresponse$ and did thereby agree that 5ohn 7enry Doe accepted the sub?ect complaint for case S #E#E#E#E$ returned the complaint$ e8changed his e8emption for the discharge of the associated charges$ presented an authori<ation for the use of his credit to set off all associated court charges$ included processing instructions$ included a statement of account showing a <ero balance$ sent a letter of credit to Timothy @eithner as notice that e8emption S #E&GH6IJ% was being used to settle account S#E#E#E#E' Further Da!e Brown agree that his refusal to send the written confirmation of the settlement of account S #E#E#E#E$ or notice of dishonor from a +ualified third party$ in no way negates the fact that said account settled and closed$ that he and the agency he represents ha!e no capacity to pursue collection on said account$ and that further pursuit of collection is agreement that Da!e Brown and 0B/ 0gency collecti!ely and se!erably owe 5674 7 D6B QHPPP for e8penses of handling Da!e Browns presentment and that 5674 7 D6B may take all necessary steps to secure its claim to the debt owed to it and to collect' Dated; NNNNNNNNNNNNNN )seal* NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 4otary 9ublic )stamp* ,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [0ddressW [0ddressW %J%J

Aoid .here 9rohibited by =aw

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Ad$in +rocess Notice o Acceptance

Sa$ple 7 A,

/ertified "ail S FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF %J%J "ailed by; ,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [0ddress] [0ddress] Da!e Brown 0t 0B/ 0gency [0ddress] [0ddress] 46T(/B T6 0@B4T (, 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= (, 46T(/B T6 0@B4T

To;

Date; NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN e; complaint on case Q#E#E#E#E 4otice of 0cceptance 9lease be ad!ised that ( ha!e accepted your presentment to 5674 7 D6B for assessed !alue and am returning it to you in e8change for closure and settlement to account S #E#E#E#E' 9lease send the confirmation that the account for case S #E#E#E#E has been ad?usted and settled$ to the address shown abo!e$ or send a notice of dishonor from a +ualified third party' ( am also enclosing an authori<ation for you to facilitate the use of my credit to discharge all court charges that may apply' The instructions and statement of account are attached for your con!enience' 5ohn ,now is also being notified that ( ha!e using my credit for this purpose' -our refusal to send the confirmation or notice of dishonor will in no way negate this settlement$ and will be your agreement that you and your agency ha!e no capacity to pursue collection$ further collection efforts confirm your agreement that you and your agency$ collecti!ely and se!erably owe 5674 7 D6B QHPPP$ and the 5674 7 D6B may take all necessary steps to secure its claim to the debt owed to it and to collect' Thank you for your immediate attention to this matter' ,incerely$ 5674 7 D6B

4o; %J%J

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 5ohn 7enry Doe

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Ad$in +rocess Certi icate o Service

Sa$ple 7 A9

/B T(F(/0TB 6F ,B A(/B

6n NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN ( mailed to; [4ame of espondent] [0ddress] [0ddress]

The papers identified as; #* 4otice of 0cceptance E* 0ccepted presentment by mailing them in a preFpaid en!elope$ addressed to the recipient named abo!e$ bearing /ertified "ail S FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF %J%J eturn eceipt e+uested'

Dated NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 4otary 9ublic ,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [4otarys 0ddress] [4otarys 0ddress]

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN "y commission e8pires

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Ad$in +rocess Notice o NonLResponse

Sa$ple 7 A0

"ailed by;

,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [0ddress] [0ddress] Da!e Brown 0t 0B/ 0gency [0ddress] [0ddress]

/ertified "ail S FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF %J%J

To;

46T(/B T6 0@B4T (, 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= (, 46T(/B T6 0@B4T

Date; NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN B; complaint on case S#E#E#E#E 5674 7 D6B

6n NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN ( sent you a notice of acceptance and a re+uest that you send confirmation that the account for case S #E#E#E#E has been ad?usted and settled$ or send a notice of dishonor from a +ualified third party' (t was sent by certified mail S NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN%J%% return receipt re+uested with a certificate of ser!ice' (n the e!ent your dishonor through nonperformance and nonFresponse was unintentional or due To reasonable neglect or impossibility$ ( am attaching a copy of the same presentment to this notice of nonFresponse' 9lease send confirmation that the account for case S #E#E#E#E has been ad?usted and settled to the address shown abo!e$ or send a notice of dishonor from a +ualified third party' (f you ha!e an e8cuse for not performing as re+uested$ please mail your particular statement to me at the address noted abo!e' -our specific performance or statement is e8pected no later than ten )#P* days from the date this notice is postmarked' Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter' (f you fail to cure the breach$ your refusal .ill be your agreement to all statements made in the notice of acceptance'

)seal* NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 4otary 9ublic )stamp* 4o; %J%J

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Co%rt +rocess Notice o acceptance to F%d(e

Sa$ple 7 A:

"ailed by;

,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [0ddress] [0ddress] Da!e Brown 0t 0B/ 0gency [0ddress] [0ddress]

/ertified "ail S NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

To;

46T(/B T6 0@B4T (, 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= 46T(/B T6 9 (4/(90= (, 46T(/B T6 0@B4T

Date; NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

B; complaint on case S #E#E#E#E

[9=0(4T(FF] !s' 5674 7 D6B

Dear [5udges name e8; 5ames$ 5ones]$ 9lease take notice that ( ha!e accepted the presentment made by [name of prosecuting attorney] to 5674 7 D6B for assess !alue and returned it to the presenter in e8change for closure and settlement of account S#E#E#E#E' ( ha!e e8changed my e8emption for a discharge of the charges' ( enclosed an authori<ation for him to use my credit to discharge all court charges that may apply' The instructions and a statement of account were attached' The Treasury has also been notified that ( am using my credit for this purpose' ( re+uest an appearance bond at no cost to me so ( can enter a plea for the Defendant' ( do not dispute any of the facts in the charging instrument' Based upon the issuance of the appearance bond and the absence of an assessment and findings of fact and conclusions of law ( will enter a plea for the defendant e8changing my e8emption for full settlement of the account$ both ci!il and criminal' ( ha!e re+uested that ( be notified through the notary named abo!e with the place$ date$ and time ( should appear to recei!e the appearance bond' ( e8pect that will also be when ( will enter the plea for the defendant into the record' The opposing parties ha!e pre!iously reached an agreement on the issues in the complaint' There is no contro!ersy' 0 copy of the rele!ant certificate is attached' ( want settlement and closure of this account immediately'

,incerely$

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 5ohn 7enry Doe 4o' %J%J

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Co%rt +rocess Notice o the co%rt HclerI' o acceptance and private process 5ohn 7enry Doe /ontact address; ,usan ,mith$ 4otary 9ublic [0ddress] [0ddress]

Sa$ple 7 1

ENA.E O5 CO3RTSTATE O5 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> +lainti < ' Case 7 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ' ' vs. ' ' NOTICE O5 ACCE+TANCE BOHN HENRA DOE ' and De endant. ' REM3EST 5OR A++EARANCE BOND ' >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> '
9lease be ad!ised it is my intent to e8pedite this process to reach settlement and closure on this accounting immediately' ( ha!e accepted complaint S #E#E#E#E for !alue and returned it to "r' NNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ who appears to be the charging party on behalf of the ,T0TB 6F 0 (X640' ( ha!e e8changed my e8emption )S#E&GH6IJ%* for the discharge of the charges' ( hereby re+uest an appearance bond at no cost to me so ( can enter a plea for the Defendant' ( do not dispute the facts' Based upon the issuance of the appearance bond and the absence of an assessment and findings of fact and conclusions of law$ ( will plead guilty to the charges and e8change my e8emption for full settlement of the account$ both ci!il and criminal' 9lease notify me at the address shown abo!e with the place$ date$ and time ( should appear to recei!e the appearance bond' ( e8pect that will also be when ( will enter the plea into the record' ( ha!e attached a copy of the certificate rele!ant to the e8isting agreement and copies of 5ames 5ones oath of office and bond' ( ha!e retained the originals for introduction in open court' ,ubmitted this NNNNNNNday ofNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNEP#E

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Na$e cc 0 copy of the foregoing was mailed on the NNNNN day of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ EP#E to NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ attorney for 9laintiff NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

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/ourt 9rocess C =etter to /ounselor Date; P&K&PK#E ; @reta 5ones C /ounselor "; 5ohn 7enry Doe ; case S #E#E#E#E [9=0(4T(FF] !s' 5674 7 D6B

,ample SI

3.S. District Co%rt< So%thern District o So$e State


Dear "rs' 5ones$ 9lease take note that ( am claiming an interest relating to the property which is the sub?ect of this action in rem' ( am so situated that the disposition of the action may as practical matter impair or impede my ability to protect that interest$ which is not ade+uately represented by e8isting parties' ( accept the kind order of the >',' District /ourt$ ,outhern District of ,ome ,tate on P%K#%KPE by 5ohn Black to appoint you attorney for the Defendant' ( accept this offer for !alue and am returning it with this notice to you' ( now re+uest that you escrow your B0 certificate during the course of this case$ and ser!e as my counsel in the following manner and only in the following manner' 0s there is no contro!ersy in this matter$ ( do not want you to argue any facts or public issues as they apply to the Defendant' -6> 0 B 46T 0>T76 (XBD T6 F6,TB 04 0 @>"B4T 6 T6 56(4 04 0 @>"B4T on my behalf or on behalf of the Defendant' -ou are not authori<ed to defend the Defendant' For you to stay in honor$ ( want you to enter the notice into the record by filing it with the clerk of court and by reading it into the record in open court' This is notice that ( ha!e accepted for !alue and returned all public offers associated with this matter$ and notice that ( ha!e made e!ery effort to reach settlement through e8change of my e8emption for ad?ustment and setoff of the public charges against the Defendant' 0sk the ?udge to take mandatory ?udicial notice of the pri!ate agreement that has been reached through offer and acceptance' 0 copy of the rele!ant certificate is attached' ( want you to get a copy of the band that bonds the charges in this matter' (f there is no bond (n the file$ ( will pro!ide my bond in its stead'

NOTICE O5 ACCE+TANCE O5 O55ER. RET3RN O5 O55ER N INSTR3CTIONS

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0. ( want you to re+uest an appearance bond at no cost to me so i can be released on my own recogni<ance' .hen the bond has been issued$ ( will enter a plea of guilty to the facts for the for the Defendant' ( will not dispute any of the facts in this matter$ but ( do not agree to be held personally liable with no protection' H' 0fter ac+uiring the appearance bond$ ( authori<e you to use my e8emption to bring the accounting on this matter to closure' e+uest that the prosecuting write a check to close the account and release the bond to the Defendant' 6' (f for some reason my re+uest for an appearance bond is dishonored$ ( want you to gi!e notice of my intent to accept 5ohn Browns bond for !alue and to use it to bond the charges using his bond as surety' 7is signature is the only one on record as a responsible party' I' (f necessary$ ( also want you to gi!e notice of my intent to accept 5ohn Browns bond for !alue and to use it to charge a /hapter I in!oluntary li+uidation and start disco!ery under ## >,/ ##E6)b*' (f the dishonor is not cured within IE hours$ ( want you to file the bankruptcy petition in the Federal Bankruptcy /ourt naming the Defendant as the Debtor and 5ohn Brown as a delin+uent creditor$ along with others who ha!e already or may dishonor me' -ou are authori<ed to distribute B#P )9roof of /laim* forms to the dish honoring parties$ should there be any at the ne8t hearing' This bankruptcy disco!ery process will locate my remedy and release it to me through li+uidation of the delin+uent creditors assets' J' (n the e!ent you$ as my fiduciary$ dishonor me by not following my instructions$ ( re+uest that you file a "andatory 5udicial 4otice of your refusal with the court and file a written appearance in this case' Thank you for your understanding and cooperation'

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 5ohn 7enry Doe

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Bond the /ase

,ample S J

5ohn 7enry Doe [0ddress] [0ddress]

,uperior /ourt in and for the /ounty of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN [or where!er]

>4(TBD ,T0TB, 6F 0"B (/0 !' 5674 7B4 - D6B

* * * * *

/ase 4o' PPPPPPPP Bond

There appearing no bond of record to initiate the matter regarding /ase S PPPPPPPP and .arrant S PPPPPP [if applicable] and associated account)s*$ ( $ 5ohn Doe ,mith$ undertake as follows; (n consideration of the fact that no lawful money of account e8ists in circulation$ and in consideration of the fact that ( ha!e suffered dishonor regarding the matter of /ase S PPPPPPPP and .arrant S PPPPPP and associated account)s*$ ( underwrite with my pri!ate e8emption S#E&GH6IJ%$ any and all obligations of performanceKlossKcosts sustained by the >nited ,tates of 0merica K ,tate of [name of state] and the respectful citi<ens regarding said matter' Done at [name of county] county$ [state]$ this NNNNNNN day of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$EP#E'

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 5ohn 7enry Doe

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Bond the Case 5ohn 7enry Doe ,usan ,mith [4otary 0ddress] [4otary 0ddress]

Sa$ple 7 O

3NITED STATES DISTRICT CO3RT ECity-< EState5674 7B4 - D6B 9laintiff !s' 0B/ 0gency * * * * * 0"B4DBD /6"9=0(4T B(== (4 BY>(T-

/ase 4o' NNNNNNNNNNNNN Defendant NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN * * ss * B3RISDICTION AND /EN3E

NNNNNNNNNNN /ounty [,tate]

&.
E'

5urisdiction in this matter is hereby granted by 5ohn 7enry Doe$ authori<ed representati!e for 5674 7B4 - D6B by way of sufficiency of pleadings )see 0ffida!it in ,upport of 0"B4DBD /6"9=0(4T B(== (4 BY>(T-*' The !enue of thid court is correct as 5674 7B4 - D6B does business in the ,T0TB 6F NNNNNNNNNN$ 04D ?ohn henry die is di!erse from 0B/ 0gency$ doing business in ,T0TB 6F NNNNNNNNNNN$ and the amount in contro!ersy e8ceeds ,e!entyFfi!e thousand )QIH$PPP'PP* Dollars' +ARTIES

9. G'

5674 7B4 - D6B has established a residency in ,T0TB 6F NNNNNNNNNNNNNN for o!er one year' 0B/ 0gency demonstrates a residency in the ?urisdiction of the >4(TBD ,T0TB, and does Business in ,T0TB 6F NNNNNNNNNNNN' 5ACTS

:. 6' I' J' /$

9laintiff has e8hausted administrati!e remedy and comes to this court of e+uity with clean 7ands and in good faith )see e8hibits 0$B$/* 9laintiff has established 1?udgment in estoppel2 against Defendant as e!idenced by attached the /ertificate of 4onFresponse$ certified by ,usan ,mith$ a notary public for NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN /ounty$ NNNNNNNNNNNNN' 9laintiffs administrati!e remedy is res *udi!ata' Failure of Defendant to respond in this matter is stare de!isis 9laintiffs administrati!e remedy is ripe for ?udicial re!iew$ and there are no facts in contro!ersy' Page 44

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4E6A4 C4AI.S
#P' ##' #E' 9laintiff is entitled to relief in this e+uitable claim' Defendant is estopped for failure to respond to original administrati!e process' 9laintiff has placed the facts and law before this honorable court'

RE4IE5 SO36HT
#&' #G' #H' #6' #I' 9laintiff re+uests ?udicial re!iew of his administrati!e process and remedy' 9laintiff re+uests this court to find the facts and e8ecute on the law of the contract before this /ourt' 9laintiff re+uests summary ?udgement on his administrati!e remedy' 9laintiff re+uests the court to order Defendant to pay the sum certain Q#$PPP$LLL o!er to 9laintiff' 9laintiff re+uests the court to release the 6rder of the /ourt to 5674 7B4 - D6B'

espectfully submitted by order of 5674 7B4 - D6B

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 5ohn 7enry Doe$ authori<ed representati!e 6f 5674 7B4 - D6B [,tate] [/ounty] * * *

6n this NNNNNNN day of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNEP#E$ ($ NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ a notary public for The county and state noted abo!e$ did upon proper identification by 0ohn .enry 1oe recei!ed his oath ,worn and subscribed$ and did witness his signature on the foregoing'

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN 4otary 9ublic ,er!ice; 0 copy of the foregoing was mailed by First class mail on this NNNNN day of NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN$ EP#E to; 0B/ 0gency [0ddress] [0ddress] Da!e Brown [0ddress] [0ddress]

NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN "y commission e8pires

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CREDITORS AND THEIR BONDS A0


#* E* &* G* H* 6* Bond supporting credit authori<ations Bond for discharge 0ppearance bond ,urety Bond /ase bond 9erformance bond

>=B, 6F T7B @0"B >=B S#; >=B SE; >=B S&; >=B SH; The fiction and the real cannot mi8' The public and the pri!ate cannot mi8' ,tay in honor at all costs' There is no money' Dom not participate in public plays' [( am not a math teacher]

(t all has to do with trusts' 7ere is an e8ample of a typical court scenario when the man participates; 7ere is a different scenario when the man does NOT participate; 0dministrati!e 9rocess ,tep 6ne; Aisuali<e this first; -ou are in the courtroom on your case' ,tep Two; 9repare the /ertificate of 4onFresponse' ,tep Three; 9repare your 4otice of 0cceptance' ,tep Four; 9repare the 4otice of 4onFresponse for the 4otary' G* H* 6* I* J* %* #P* 0ccept and return the court presentment' 0ttach an asset C an authori<ation for the ,tate to use your credit' =etter of credit @et a certified copy of the ?udges oath of office and accept it for !alue' @et a certified copy of the ?udges bond and accept it for !alue' @i!e notice of your acceptance by a pri!ate mailing to the man or woman doing business as a ?udge' File a notice of acceptance on the public side'

+%blic De ender Hot +otato 6a$e ##* @et a copy of the court order appointing the attorney and accept it for !alue' #E* 9repare a letter of instructions to be mailed to the appointed )defense* attorney' #&* /heck the clerks file for a bond' #G* 9repare your bond to bond the case' #H* emo!e the case ,it back and obser!e the play' Do not participate in the courtroom drama'

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