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Founder Paul Andrew Mitchell, an advanced systems development consultant for 35
years, has spent the past sixteen years since 1990 A.D. doing a detailed investigation of the United
States Constitution, federal statute laws, and the important court cases.
Writing under several pen names, Mitchell's work has reached all the way into the U.S. Supreme
Court, which adopted "the federal zone" as a household word in their sweeping
1995 decision in U.S. v. Lopez.
His massive book entitled "The Federal
Zone: Cracking the Code of Internal Revenue" was first published in 1992,
and became an instant underground success for its lucid language and indisputable
legal authority. The Appendices are available,
for free, right here.
Mitchell has litigated important cases in State and federal courts, including
the case of People v. Boxer, which established that the so-called Sixteenth
Amendment was a massive fraud upon the American People. U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
fell totally silent in the face of Mitchell's pleadings in that case.
He has also
worked as Vice President for Legal Affairs and Counsel to an Arizona Trust, in a major confrontation with the federal government
over tax administration policy, and as Counsel to a trespass and piracy victim whose
legal strategy has attracted nationwide attention on the Internet.
Mitchell is also the Private Attorney General in the case of People v. United States et
al., filed in the Article III District Court of the United States ("DCUS") in Billings, Montana state.
Mitchell's work blazed a courageous new trail, on first impression, in Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF
to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis, Missouri. This masterpiece, in 50 pages, has now
withstood the test of time and remains unchallenged, and without any known errors.
Mitchell most recently re-focused his research on Title 28 -- the laws which govern the entire federal court system. His Press Release is an excellent introduction to this topic.
In his copyright and trademark infringement case against AOL Time Warner, Inc. et al., Mitchell has forged a
comprehensive foundation and nationwide strategy for lawfully restoring the Article III District Courts of the United States. His findings are fully documented in his OPENING BRIEF, delivered to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco on March 27, 2002 A.D. and his REPLY briefs.
His PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI in that case was delivered to the Supreme Court of the United States on June 6, 2003 A.D. See also the companion PETITION FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS in that case.
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will easily become an essential resource in your list of favorite digital libraries.
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