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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Petitions for Redress-City St.Paul Agenda's 4June08

Sat.31May08
AFFIANT VA WIDOW SHARON SCARRELLA ANDERSON AKA PETERSON
hereby pray that all citizens estopped the local units of government from specifically DFL
City of St. Paul, from terrorizing the citizenery in RealEstate-Commerce Dealings.
Ron Paul Supporter, than the Woman Power to Hillary

HELP FIGHT THE SECRECRY OF DFL CONSENT AGENDA
City of
Date
City Council MeetingJune 4, 2008 - 03:30 PM Agenda

St. Paul, MN - Official Website - Budget Review Committee



Was Jim Casci Murdered? re http://jimcasci.blogspot.com/ Item 57
re: 126 Winnipeg. Casci Candidate against Lantry July07
GrandJury Testimony re: Aaron Foster-Sholom Nursing Home
2007 to Death 22Apr08.
Is Marcia Moermond now acting illegally as Probate Judge, to transfer
Title of 126 Winnipeg, may 13th Hearing, to Demolition by Steve Magner
15 dys from 4June08?

PLEASE for the Public and your Good, Blast the City Council with Paper Documents
Pen is mightier than the sword - encyclopedia article about Pen is mightier than the sword.


The pen is mightier than the sword" is an adage coined by Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839 for his play Richelieu; Or the Conspiracy.[1][2] The play was about Cardinal Richelieu, though in the author's words "license with dates and details... has been, though not unsparingly, indulged."[1] The Cardinal's line in Act II, scene II, was more fully:[3]


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The Constitutional Crisis


The U.S. Government has abandoned
the Rule of Law as defined by the People
via the Constitution.


The numerous crises currently confronting our Republic are not the result of poor political policies. These evils are the direct result of decades of violations of the U.S. Constitution by our servant Government.

In defiance of the natural Sovereignty of the People,
the Government has steadfastly, and repeatedly, ignored the Petitions of the People seeking Redress for these most egregious violations of their Fundamental Rights and cherished Freedoms.

The tide of history is upon us. Our Liberty may soon be forever lost unless the People rise quickly, peacefully and forcefully to restore Constitutional Order to the Republic.

Thankfully, our Founders left us a powerful, but little-known weapon in the Law to peacefully secure Redress without relying upon fixed elections, corrupted courts or resorting to the exercise of the Right of Revolution embodied by the Second Amendment.

It's time to get organized and exercise this profound Constitutionally protected Right.
Acta non verba.

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It's time to confront our
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It's time to exercise the last ten words
of the First Amendment!

The Plan to Restore
Constitutional Order

Read the PLAN OVERVIEW Give us your Comments

A. Sign the Petitions
Sign Details Flyer
Goal: 1,000,000 signatures by June 30.


B. Serve the Petitions for Redress of
Grievances:
June 30th
Details
Volunteer to serve the Petitions in your city
Formally serve the Petitions for Redress upon
every U.S. Representative and Senator at their local
(state) congressional District offices
.

C. Federal litigation: July 11th Details
What do the last 10 words really mean?

Volunteer as a lawsuit plaintiff
A limited number of volunteer Plaintiffs will initiate
a federal lawsuit in each of the (11) Appellate Circuits.
The purpose is to force the federal Judiciary, in
particular, each of the U.S. Courts of Appeal, to
provide a formal judicial declaration of the constitutional
meaning of the First Amendment Petition clause.

D. Protest to Secure Redress: Aug. 11 Details
Commit to the hunger strike
Support Bob Schulz in DC as he wages a peaceful
hunger strike to force the U.S. Government to provide
Redress to the Petitions of the People. Local and
regional "Hungering for Redress" events are also
planned.

We need your commitment!

Help us raise the many $'s needed
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the profound power of the First
Amendment Petition clause
and its 800-year history.

(The most relevant Right to Petition material begins
w/ Part 6 of 9
)

Part 2
Part 3
Part 4 Part 5 Part 6
Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

The Petitions For Redress of Grievances


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The Petition for Redress Regarding
the WAR POWERS CLAUSES/IRAQ

printable version

The Petition for Redress Regarding
the private FEDERAL RESERVE

printable version

The Petition for Redress Regarding
the FEDERAL INCOME TAX
fraud

printable version

The Petition For Redress Regarding
the
NORTH AMERICAN UNION

printable version

The Petition for Redress Regarding
the
"USA PATRIOT ACT" abuses

printable version
The Petition for Redress Regarding
ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

printable version
The Petition for Redress Regarding
unlawful GUN CONTROL LAWS

printable version


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May 22 --
The Profound Plan For Freedom is unveiled.

Apr. 16 --
Schulz in DC announces Right to Redress hunger strike begins Aug. 11

Feb. 26 --
Supreme Court again abdicates Constitutional duty to interpret last ten words of First Amendment.

Feb. 4 --
U.S. Supreme Court commits Constitutional treason in refusal to hear landmark Right-to-Petition lawsuit.
Read the legal brief




Scholarly Research

Study the compelling legal and historical academic research irrefutably establishing the true meaning of the First Amendment Petition clause.


RIGHT-Click to download these files
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A Short History
S. Higginson, Yale Law Journal
319 KB
Vestigial Constitution
G. Mark, Fordham Law Review
716 KB
Neglected But Absolute
N. Smith, U. of Cincinnati Law Review
454 KB
Sovereign Immunity & The Right
J. Pfander, Northwestern U. Law Review
340 KB
Bill of Rights as a Constitution
A. Amar, Yale Law Journal
749 KB
Court Access: A 1st Amend. Challenge
C. Andrews, Ohio State Law Journal
1084 KB
Implications For Rule 11 Sanctions
Harvard Law Review
233 KB
Petition & Access To The Court
C. Andrews, Ohio State Law Journal
991 KB
How The Judiciary Stole
The Right To Petition
J. Wolfgram, UWLA Law Review
Libelous Petitions
E. Schnapper, Iowa Law Review
146 KB

Watch this short interview
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The Landmark WTP
Right-to-Petition Lawsuit

In January 2008, after almost 5 years of litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal of the landmark WTP lawsuit seeking a Judicial declaration
- for the first time in history - of the Constitutional meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment.

By failing to hear the case, the Judiciary treasonously abdicated its primary constitutional function and legal duty,
i.e., to interpret the Constitution.

Click here to access ALL the materials from the landmark RTP lawsuit, including the links below:

"No Answers, NO Taxes"
Text of DC speech by Bob Schulz, 11/14/2002

JANUARY 2008:
U.S. Supreme Court DENIES
Petition for Writ of Certiorari
:
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The Complaint: WTP v. The U.S. Government

Supporting Affidavit detailing the People's path
to the Judiciary to Secure Redress


Access the lawsuit Court Record:
Copies of ALL legal filings & Court Orders including
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Watch Aaron Russo's 2006 documentary
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Our First Petition for Redress:
The Income Tax Fraud

In 1999, the WTP Foundation commenced
a multi-year research
effort to investigate well documented claims that
the Income Tax system is
a legal fraud upon the People and enforced without any Constitutional authority.

After finding significant substance to the claims of numerous tax law researchers, attorneys, and constitutional scholars familiar with details of the fraud, in 2000 the Foundation began to serve a series of Petitions upon the U.S. Government for Redress of Grievances, challenging it to provide official answers to the hundreds of specific legal questions posed in the Petitions.

Aside from legal harassment by the Government & IRS
in their efforts to suppress the publication and widespread dissemination of this potent legal research, the People
have yet to receive any response to the Petitions.

Watch the 4-minute video of former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson evading a direct question asking him to cite the specific U.S. law requiring payment of income taxes:



Here are some of our Petitions for Redress
regarding the income Tax Fraud:

Date:Regarding:
June, 2006DOJ Dismisses all criminal charges after the "OMB" evidence is raised as the sole defense
at a federal criminal income tax trial. Be sure to review the linked research, legal exhibits, etc.
May,
2004
Damning Tax Law Research
Be sure to access the detailed "Attachments" at bottom containing research details and evidence.
Nov,
2002
The Income Tax Petition for Redress
(2008 ver.) Be sure to access the Attachment containing over 500+ legal facts over 14 areas of inquiry challenging the income tax fraud. To this day, the Government refuses to directly refute or rebut any of this compelling legal research.
You can still sign the Income Tax Petition.


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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Stop St.Paul City Council and FBI Retaliation

TAKE ACTION!

Tell the AG: Stop Retaliation at the FBI!

Take Action! Email Attorney General Mukasey and tell him that the must not tolerate further retaliation against Special Agent Bassem Youssef by his managers in the Counterterrorism Division.

On May 21st, many of you watched as FBI Supervisory Special Agent Bassem Youssef risked his career to tell the American people the truth - that the critical FBI units responsible for defending America against another al Qaeda attack are drastically understaffed and ill-trained. He

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National City Mortgage
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Subj:Affiants Sharon Anderson and Bill Dahn-Bloggers Object to28May08 Agenda
Date:5/28/2008 11:41:21 A.M. Central Daylight Time
From:Sharon4Anderson
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by E-Commerce: Blogs, Forensic Evidence ST. Paul Agenda's Wed. 28May08 in its
entirety
Council President Kathy Lantry et al, News Media, Police, Justice Depts.
Objecting to the "Foreign type of Government" BY the city of St. Paul
APPARANT Ordinance Mumbo-Jumbo- Citys wilful Indifference to
Municipal Charter
Guarantees to the Public.
To http://www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/ Agenda's that do 42 USC 3631 not decend to particulars,
publish what land is to be registered for public input Item 22
All alleged properties ie: nuisance, contrary to
Statutes Banking Laws
WHEN GOVERNMENT BECOMES THE MS 645.08Canons of Construction LAWBREAKER IT BREEDS CONTEMPT
FOR THE LAW Right and Priviledges of living in and remolding your own propertys
Fees of $1,000.00 are arbitrary, caprecious, discriminatory, without Quiet Titles MS555DeclaratoryJudgmentAct
mandating Jurisdictional Statements of Authority.
Vacant buildings as nuisances' ie: Liquor Olmstead v. US 277US438(1928)

22. Letter from the Office of the Ramsey County Attorney in the matter of the application of County of Ramsey to register title to certain land. (Court File C8-06-1801)
Affiants request pdf files online of this properts.
23. Final Adoption - 08-437 - An ordinance amending Chapter 33 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to create a process for vacant building total remodel and increasing vacant building fees. (GS 3048860)


24. Final Adoption - 08-438 - An ordinance amending Chapter 43 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to set the vacant building registration fee to $500.00 $1,000.00 per year. (Amended on May 7) (GS 3050633)

26. Final Adoption - 08-462 - An ordinance memorializing City Council action granting the application of TC Habitat for Humanity to rezone property at 1611 Case Avenue, between Herbert Street and Germain Court, from L1 Light Industrial to R4 One-Family Residential. [ZF 08-031-543] (GS 3052778)

GS3052778-Ordinance REZONING POLLUTED LANDS IS BIZZARE
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