NOTICE OF INTENT to INVOICE 33 Tax Court "robes" for violating 5 USC 5507

(can't get paid without OPM SF-61 APPOINTMENT AFFIDAVITS)





The statute at 5 U.S.C. 5507 prevents all Federal officers from being paid any salaries

before they have filed valid U.S. OPM Standard Form 61 APPOINTMENT AFFIDAVITS:


In the list of Accounts Receivable by the Estate of Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.,

and of outstanding administrative complaints here:

... we did not list any amounts due and owing to me as a result of whistleblower awards

authorized by the False Claims Act at 31 U.S.C. 3729 et seq., and possibly also by

Section 7623(b) of the Internal Revenue Code, for our investigation of the U.S. Tax Court:  (d)(2)  (b)


Our credential investigation has now confirmed that thirty-three (33) U.S. Tax Court personnel

have either failed or refused to produce any of the four (4) credentials required of them

by applicable Federal statutes:

According to one source, each such "robe" has been receiving $169,300 per annum:

By applying a "present value" assumption to all prior years, and by assuming also

an average term on that Court of ten (10) calendar years, we make a preliminary estimate
of total damages to the Treasury of the United States as follows:


33 personnel @ 10 years each (average)  x  $169,300 per annum  =  $55,869,000 USD


(That amount does NOT include any damage(s) caused to Proper Parties on whose

Tax Court cases those personnel attempted to preside.)


According to 31 U.S.C. 3730(d)(2), I am now eligible for an award of up to thirty percent (30%),

not including reasonable attorney's fees and costs:


$55,869,000. x 0.30  =  $16,760,000. USD

The "Qui Tam" Complaint corresponding to 25 of those 33 Tax Court "robes"

is here in the Supreme Law Library:  (mandatory judicial notice)

See also the litigation related to my status as the "Qui Tam" Relator,
Agent of the United States, Private Attorney General and damaged Party


We intend to add the above amount of $16,760,000 USD to our list of Accounts Receivable

as soon as possible.

Thank you.

p.s.  The above does not include any analysis or calculations

of damages to the Treasury of the United States by all personnel

of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.  See FOIA Requests now PAST DUE

and IN DEFAULT here:

Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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