Private Attorney General comments re: FBI: DOMESTIC TERRORISM The Sovereign Citizen Movement
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Date: Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 9:01 PM
Subject: Re: FBI: DOMESTIC TERRORISM The Sovereign Citizen Movement
SUSPECT: Dean D. Pregerson, USDC, downtown Los Angeles
Lynne Meredith and Elizabeth Broderick come to mind:
Meredith was riding high on all the publicity her seminars were generating.
Broderick was claiming to have precipitated the largest municipal bankruptcy in the history of the USA, up to that point in time: the County of Orange, California.
When some of Broderick's associates asked me what to do, I sent them down to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Santa Ana, to see if Broderick was a secured creditor: she was not.
Turns out, Broderick was copying the faulty "process" originally invented by LeRoy Schweitzer, who claimed that he could sign a confession for someone else:
That claim clearly violates the Fifth Amendment, because the suspects had remained silent while Schweitzer "signed for them".
Then, it came out that Meredith had been using false SSNs to open bank accounts.
So, the Feds had a field day with her and her accomplices: they got to take Meredith down, in a highly publicized trial, news of which was "spun" to defame people -- like me -- who were raising basic questions about the deliberate vagueness in the IRC.
Her "presiding judge" was Dean D. Pregerson.
Then, we found this about Dean and his father Harry, now on the Ninth Circuit:
Inevitably we confirmed that Dean D. Pregerson lacked all 4 credentials:
... AND the certificate of oath required to be indorsed upon his license to practice law, when he was first admitted to The State Bar of California:
To show you how bad Dean D. Pregerson really is, the following APPLICATION FOR ORDER DISSOLVING THE IRS
was first filed in the DCUS in Santa Ana, but Gary Taylor transferred it to Pregerson.
This is what Pregerson "ruled":
"The Court takes no further action, because
it is unclear what relief, if any, is being requested therein."
See for yourself the REMEDIES REQUESTED:
All premises having been duly considered, Intervenor respectfully petitions this honorable District Court of the United States (“DCUS”), Central Judicial District of California, Southern Division, for:
(1) an ORDER liberally construing the RICO laws and permanently dissolving the RICO enterprise known as the Internal Revenue Service, pursuant to the original jurisdiction conferred upon this Court by the federal statute at 18 U.S.C. 1964(a), for its systematic, deliberate and premeditated historical violations of the Racketeer‑Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”), the Lanham Act first enacted in the year 1946 A.D., and also the Sherman Antitrust Act first enacted in the year 1890 A.D.; and,
(2) all other relief which this honorable Court deems just and proper, under the full range of relevant historical circumstances which have occasioned the instant application, including but not limited to court-ordered sanctions calculated to multiply seven‑fold the actual damages caused by the IRS and its responsible principals (i.e., actual + 3X RICO + 3X Lanham Act).
Respondeat superior. Vicarious liability is actionable here.
You must understand: THESE PEOPLE ARE JERKS
on top of being vicious criminals.
Bcc: Federal Bureau of Investigation
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, Criminal Investigator and
Federal Witness: 18 U.S.C. 1510, 1512-13, 1964(a)
All Rights Reserved without Prejudice
The Sovereign Citizen Movement
Domestic terrorism—Americans attacking Americans because of U.S.-based extremist ideologies—comes in many forms in our post 9/11 world.
This causes all kinds of problems—and crimes. For example, many sovereign citizens don’t pay their taxes. They hold illegal courts that issue warrants for judges and police officers. They clog up the court system with frivolous lawsuits and liens against public officials to harass them. And they use fake money orders, personal checks, and the like at government agencies, banks, and businesses.
That’s just the beginning. Not every action taken in the name of the sovereign citizen ideology is a crime, but the list of illegal actions committed by these groups, cells, and individuals is extensive (and puts them squarely on our radar). In addition to the above, sovereign citizens:
Commit murder and physical assault;
Threaten judges, law enforcement professionals, and government personnel;
Impersonate police officers and diplomats;
Use fake currency, passports, license plates, and driver’s licenses; and
Engineer various white-collar scams, including mortgage fraud and so-called“redemption” schemes.
Sovereign citizens are often confused with extremists from the militia movement. But while sovereign citizens sometimes use or buy illegal weapons, guns are secondary to their anti-government, anti-tax beliefs. On the other hand, guns and paramilitary training are paramount to militia groups.
During the past year, we’ve had a number of investigative successes involving sovereign citizens. A few recent cases:
In Sacramento, two sovereign citizens were convicted of running a fraudulent insurance scheme. Operating outside state insurance regulatory guidelines, the men set up their own company and sold “lifetime memberships” to customers, promising to pay any accident claims against their “members.” The company collected millions of dollars, but paid out very few claims. More
In Kansas City, three sovereign citizens were convicted of taking part in a conspiracy using phony diplomatic credentials. They charged customers between $450 and $2,000 for a diplomatic identification card, which would bestow upon the holder “sovereign” status—meaning they would enjoy diplomatic immunity from paying taxes and from being stopped or arrested by law enforcement. More
In Las Vegas, four men affiliated with the sovereign citizen movement were arrested by the Nevada Joint Terrorism Task Force on federal money laundering, tax evasion, and weapons charges. The investigation involved an undercover operation, with two of the suspects allegedly laundering more than a million dollars from what they believed was a bank fraud scheme. More
You can help. First, “be crime smart”—don’t fall for the bogus claims and scams of sovereign citizens. And second, if you have information on any suspicious activities or crimes, please contact us.