Yesterday I attempted to send out an e-mail regarding MUSLIM remedy (which I finally did on my 3rd attempt –
This Just In – Censorship Good Truth Bad) & GOOGLE, an ultra vires, unconstitutional co. interfered w/ my, our freedom of speech.
The blood of these innocent people is on Google’s & their owners hands.
By Anna Von Reitz
Where to go to report a crime? Like you being falsely identified and impersonated as a “US CITIZEN” or “citizen of the United States” and presented with federal tax bills and liens? Well, here it is, folks! Thank you, Texas!
Claim your indemnity from all this bull crap and make it stick.
Make them go through the process they are supposed to go through — present the bill for your approval, accept your signature to release the credit, take the signed “voucher” to their TTL Officer at their bank and submit it to the U.S. Treasury for permission to deposit equal credit in the Billing Party’s account. After the Treasury returns the green Return Receipt to the TTL Officer submitting the request, they have to wait sixteen days from the return date before issuing the credit equal to the debt. The Billing Bank and the U.S. Treasury are supposed to be cancelling out all these bogus charges being sent to Americans.
Report Fraud, Waste, & Abuse
If you are aware of fraud, waste, mismanagement, and abuse in the IRS programs and operations, report it to the TIGTA Hotline!
What kinds of things should you report?
Allegations of violations that impact the integrity of Federal tax administration and IRS programs. This includes allegations of misconduct by IRS employees.
Allegations of improprieties, false claims and fraud by outside contractors attempting to defraud the IRS by utilizing deceptive contract methods.
Allegations of identity theft where any individual (s) impersonated the IRS or an IRS employee or used words, letters, symbols, or IRS emblems to illegally obtain personal, confidential or private financial information.
Examples of specific allegations that should be reported include, but are not limited to: attempts by taxpayers to bribe IRS personnel; extortion or misuse of position by IRS personnel; assaults and/or threats by taxpayers against IRS employees; schemes involving the use of computer technology or mail that impersonate the IRS or IRS personnel; misconduct by tax practitioners (falsification of qualifications, theft of IRS tax remittances and theft of IRS tax refunds).
Your complaint will be kept confidential if it is received on the phone, through the mail, or in person. We cannot guarantee confidentiality if you send your complaint via the online form or e-mail.
Laws protect you from reprisals (any action taken against you because you filed this complaint).
You can submit your complaint by these methods:
By Online Form or Email (TIGTA Hotline Complaints Unit):
Remember: if you submit your complaint via the online form or email, it is possible – though unlikely – that others could read it since the internet is not secure.
Call toll free: 1-800-366-4484
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
P.O. Box 589
Ben Franklin Station
Washington, DC 20044-0589
Slowly, but surely, many high tech consumers are coming to the rough realization that the very devices they have fallen in love with and depend upon, i.e., iPhones, smart phones, and other products that use microwaves to send and receive voice, data, photos, games, etc. are emitting frequencies which are affecting their wellbeing, giving them “brain fog” and exposing them to Electrosmog , a form of electronic pollution.
Furthermore, many folks have come to the extremely sad realization they now are electromagnetically hypersensitive (EHS), but don’t know what to do about it or how to deal with it. That unfortunate health problem results from constant exposures 24/7/365 to EMFs and RFs emitted by utilities (electric, natural gas and water) AMI Smart Meters; cell phone and towers; HAN and LAN networks at work and at home; ubiquitous Wi-Fi, especially in schools, workplaces and public cafés; 4G and the super-fast 5G, which will have more serious health consequences [2-3] than is being acknowledged by the U.S. FCC, ICNIRP and the World Health Organization.
However, one extremely savvy consumer –activist, Cece Doucette of Ashland, Massachusetts, made a presentation before her local Board of Health which everyone ought to know about, study and emulate to educate others, and also to become an activist to protect yourself the best you can.
Here is Cece’s excellent presentation.
Cece Doucette: Ashland, MA
Board of Health EMF/RF Update
June 26, 2018
4 Steps to Reduce Electrosmog in Your Bedroom
Center for Electrosmog Prevention
Various types of meters and EMF/RF detection devices, including detecting GHz, available at http://stopsmartmeters.org/store/
EMF Safety Store.com
A marijuana user was found not guilty of drug charges—not because he didn’t do what he was accused of, but because the jury disagreed with the law.
McCoy’s lawyer, Catherine Bernard, said that McCoy is not the type of person who belongs behind bars.
“The jury appreciated his honesty throughout the case—including testimony at trial and statements to police—and recognized that a good, hardworking man living a quiet life and not bothering anyone didn’t deserve a felony conviction for his actions,” Bernard said.
This is just the most recent case of a jury nullification victory for cannabis users, but this strategy is becoming increasingly popular.
For those who do not know, jury nullification is basically the right for any juror to not only judge the facts of the case but to also actually judge the validity of the law itself. This means that if a jury feels that a defendant is facing an unjust charge, they actually have the right to rule in the defendant’s favor, even if they are technically guilty under the court’s standards.
Considering the fact that most of the nonviolent offenses on the books today are extremely unpopular for a variety of reasons, you would think that jury nullification would be household knowledge, or even taught in schools. However, this is a very well guarded secret, with many judges actually preventing the defense from informing juries of their right to nullify laws that they feel are unjust.
In fact, in 2016, New Hampshire House became the first state in the nation to consider a bill that would require courts to inform juries of their right to vote not guilty when the verdict would produce an unjust result.
Attorney Catherine Bernard could not be immediately reached for comment, but posts on her Facebook page suggest that the judge attempted to block her from discussing jury nullification in court.
“Today, I quoted Article 1, Section 1, Paragraph XI of the Georgia Constitution to the jury. The judge interrupted and told them it was ‘not a correct statement of the law.’ The judge took an oath to uphold that Constitution. What’s going on here?” Bernard wrote.
Forchion was passionate in the closing arguments of his 2012 trial, wearing a shirt that said “Marijuana … It’s OK. It’s Just Illegal,” and telling the jury that he had been munching on edibles throughout the whole trial. Then at one point, he was nearly held in contempt of court for trying to advance his jury nullification argument.
In the years since Forcion has faced constant harassment from the authorities and has been arrested on numerous occasions. Luckily, he was still able to win over the jury earlier this year when he was found not guilty after spending over 400 days in jail on trumped-up witness tampering charges, which were related to a prior marijuana case.
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This has been one of the most baffling cases I have seen in my twenty-years of investigating missing person cases throughout this country. With the mysterious disappearances of so many women in Humboldt County, we can never rule out there may be a serial killer operating in the Humboldt County area, but we are always hopeful someone who knows something will come forward and provide these families some peace that only answers will bring.
In the storage unit I found my sister’s purse that had money, credit cards, it had a birth certificate, marriage certificate, everything that my sister had that was important to her, she wouldn’t up and disappear and not take money at least. She wouldn’t have left her boys. She wouldn’t have just disappeared. Not willingly.