Time: Wed Dec 03 12:55:50 1997
To: BobRaymond@aol.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: U.S.A  vs ROBERT RAYMOND  et al
Bcc: sls

You now have a bona fide controversy at law,
because the 16th amendment [sic] was
cited as authority for the income tax
in the Federal Register.  Details are
available in "The Federal Zone: 
Cracking the Code of Internal Revenue,"
electronic seventh edition.

The Federal Register Act controls.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 01:50 PM 12/3/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I wanted to pass along something that the Dept of Justice put in a brief in
>our case. I am citing paragraph 4 of their " Plaintiffs Motion to Dismiss
>	4.  Since the power of  Congress to lay and collect income taxes is not
>derived from the Sixteenth Amendment, but from Article I, Section 8, Clause 1
>of the  Constitution, defendants' counterclaims, which seek a declaratory
>judgment  limiting the application of the Sixteenth Amendment to "the extent
>of Interstate source derived income," fail to state a claim upon which relief
>could be granted.
>	I thought you would find it interesting that the Gov't derives its authority
>from some source other  than the Sixteenth Amendment.  
>Bob Raymond

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