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“If I Were a Licensed Attorney: My Opening Statement at the Next Tax Trial,” by Paul Andrew Mitchell, Private Attorney General

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S." 
Sent: Sunday, August 18, 2013 8:28 PM
Subject: 
“If I Were a Licensed Attorney: My Opening Statement at the Next Tax Trial,” 
by Paul Andrew Mitchell, Private Attorney General (8/18/2013)

“If I Were a Licensed Attorney:
My Opening Statement at the Next Tax Trial”
 
August 18, 2013 A.D.
 
All Rights Reserved
 
 
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury.
 
We are going to begin this Opening Statement with a fair-use segment from one of my favorite films: “The Untouchables” starring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, Robert De Niro and Andy Garcia.
 
You and I may agree that this film deserves a 12 on a scale of 10.
 
However, you and I will arrive at that conclusion for very different reasons.
 
Here’s the segment I want to share with you.
 
It’s in slow-motion, so the details are hard to ignore …
 
[run segment with baby carriage falling down long staircase]
 
Now, almost every human being wants every infant child to have a good opportunity to live a good life, and this film segment really tugs hard on those heart strings in a most excellent way.
 
And, you’re probably still thinking that this was a classic good-guys versus bad-guys Hollywood rendition of a well documented period in American history.
 
I’m here to tell you that it was not good-guys versus bad-guys, but bad-guys versus more bad-guys.
 
Now for the part that you have not been allowed to see, or hear.
 
At that time in American history, as a general rule adult women were not working full-time jobs in the labor force.
 
So, it was somewhat of a surprise when the Women’s Christian Temperance Union burst on the scene with widespread efforts to outlaw alcohol because it was ruining family morals, or so they claimed.
 
Men were coming home from a hard day’s work a little drunk, or very drunk, because they would stop at a bar on their way home.
 
Now, where did the Women’s Christian Temperance Union get all the money required to organize a nationwide constitutional amendment which came to be called Prohibition?
 
The part you have not been allowed to know is that the petroleum cartel secretly financed this Women’s organization, in order to perfect a monopoly in automotive fuels.
 
You see, Henry Ford, the genius inventor of the automotive production line, got into quite a fight with his bankers.
 
He insisted that all these Model T’s and Model A’s that were coming off his production line in large numbers, could be easily fueled with corn squeezins’ and potato mash.
 
Ford was advocating ethanol as the preferred fuel for cars and trucks.
 
The petroleum cartel, on the other hand, had different ideas:  they wanted to hook American transportation on foreign crude oil resources, which those bankers controlled through companies like Standard Oil and British Petroleum.
 
The Women’s Christian Temperance Union eventually succeeded in persuading the nation to ratify the Eighteenth Amendment banning the production, distribution and consumption of alcohol -- nationwide, across-the-board.
 
Enter the Federal Alcohol Administration, which was the executive agency created to enforce Prohibition a/k/a the Volstead Act.
 
Now, here’s the rub:  once the petroleum cartel had perfected their monopoly in automotive fuel, Prohibition was no longer such a big “moral issue” and it was repealed by the Twenty-First Amendment.
 
That repeal left alcohol high and dry as the preferred fuel for cars and trucks, and it also left a federal police force inside the several States of the Union, to continue extorting money from the American People.
 
The evidence will show that the current Internal Revenue Service is now what was left over of “The Untouchables” after alcohol Prohibition was repealed.
 
If you study the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in U.S. v. Constantine very carefully, you will learn that this Federal Alcohol Administration was no longer legal inside the several States of the Union after Prohibition was repealed.
 
However, a secret compromise was reached which allowed that FAA to retreat to San Juan, Puerto Rico, under color of a false theory, namely, that the guarantees of the U.S. Constitution did not extend into any of the Federal Territories, like Puerto Rico.
 
However, the proponents of this false theory were totally ignorant of an Act of Congress which had already extended the entire U.S. Constitution into all Federal Territories, even future Federal Territories, in the year 1873.
 
The evidence will now show that a second “Department of the Treasury” has been created with a legaldomicile in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and it is doing business there as Trust #62 also known as “Puerto Rico special fund (Internal Revenue)”.
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/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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