Time: Thu Dec 04 10:36:42 1997
To: Tom Ambler <toma@mail.tsa.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: Interaction Request from Supreme Law Website

Dear Friend,

"The Federal  Zone," electronic Seventh Edition, is now
available from  us for $25 in cash or blank U.S. Postal
Money Order,  insured as  necessary,  to  the  shipping
location at the end of this message.

We are  getting inundated with requests like yours, and
we have  decided to  give priority  to clients  of  the
Supreme Law School.  At least 100 people every week are
asking for pro bono work requiring at least 15 minutes,
per request.  Can you do the arithmetic?

For a  maximum of  $10 per  month (less for more months
prepaid), you  will have a chance to ask these kinds of
questions of  a much wider audience, one that is not so
overloaded with requests.  Please consider enrolling.

Briefly, here are the rates:

   $10 / 1 month
   $25 / 3 months
   $45 / 6 months
   $85 /12 months

with subscriber  credits for  bringing others  into the
School under  your sponsorship.   For more information,
check out  the registration  form at  the  Supreme  Law
website, at URL:


We now  defer answering the kinds of questions you have
asked, until people like yourself are willing to enroll
in the  Supreme  Law  School.    The  tuition  is  very
reasonable, and  the revenue  makes it  all  that  much
easier for us to spend lots of time with those who need
it.  Simply, if you cannot afford to invest ten dollars
in your education,  then  we can not afford to give you
the ten minutes it would take to answer your question.

Please  forgive   us  if   this  message   sounds  like
"boilerplate," because it is!  :)  We have no other way
to handle  the huge number of requests which we are now

I hope you will understand our predicament. The nominal
tuition separates  the serious,  from the free-loaders,
and it  surely weeds  out those people who just want to
be negative, no matter what we tell them.

Thanks for putting yourself in our shoes!

The American Indians had a great saying:

  "Don't criticize a man until you have
   walked a mile in his moccasins."

Many thanks in advance for your understanding, and your
consideration.  If you need free help  from us,  please
avail yourself of all the documents now loaded into the
Supreme Law Library at the URL just below my name here.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

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At 08:45 AM 12/4/97 -0500, you wrote:
>You have a new on-line transaction.
>FName	: Tom
>LName	: Ambler
>Phone	: (908)7811499
>Address	: 213 Reed Lane
>City	: Bedminster
>State	: New Jersey
>Postal_code	: 07921
>Country	: united States of America
>Email	: toma@mail.tsa.net
>Event:	: Select Event
>Number_of_guests	: 1
>Greetings in the name of Christ whom we serve,
>I am a patriot- and would be militaman if circumstances made it possible, nonetheless I am an ex-Marine and will stand my ground when the time comes, regardless of how well prepared I am.
>The reason I am writing should not require that I establish my loyalty to the movement...  I realize that a certain amount of suspicion and even paranoia is beneficial to our enjoyment of Life, Liberty and the Pusuit of Happiness!  Please realize that I do not know any more about you than you know about me...  now from there I will state my purpose.
>When I first became introduced to the Patriot movement, it was through an interest in what I heard a radio talk show host describe as "the Right to Travel"... I sent for the information, and what I recieved nearly blew my mind!  I sent for all the information that was offered, devouring written material like mad...  at the time I thought that I was completely isolated and alone, I had never heard of the militia movement before, much less of the New Jersey Militia.  It was through one of the information outlets that I was able to find out about the NJM.
>I soon learned that anyone who had tried to press the right to travel in New Jersey was heavily persecuted and Prosecuted too!  So, I was in a conundrum...  I had knowledge that a crime had been committed; fraud against the people of New Jersey by the Department of Motor Vehicles and the State of New Jersy itself... yet all attempts to expose these crimes had failed miserably.  I wasn't really concerned about exposing the crime by myself, I was more concerned about my complicity in the matter!  I wanted to rescind my driver's license!
>I thought that perhaps I had found a means of compromise.  I could obtain an International Driver's permit, and register my pickup truck in that same nation which does not have any insurance requirements.  I did however, elect to acquire insurance coverage through Puget's Sound Agricultural Society...  since I do not know if you are familiar with them I will describe it...  they offer a membership coverage of the minimum liability required by the State in which you live.  The membership cost is a one time payment of 500 FRNs and an annual 250 FRNs, the applicants must attest to be Christians and adhere to Christian moral standards; such as not driving drunk.
>All claims are totalled up and evenly divided among the membership for payment...  the claims are paid from the funds of the association, and are reclaimed by this disbursal method.
>At any rate, let me get down to it.  I drove for nine months without a problem.... then I got pulled over in my hometown, where one of the cops had noticed my truck before and began an investigation...  he issued me four citations...
>1. Failure to present my NJ Driver's License.
>2. Operating a Motor-Vehicle with ficticious plates.
>3. Unregistered vehicle.
>4. Uninsured vehicle.
>the #4 charge, if found guilty carries a mandatory penalty of loss of license for at least 1 year! 
>My job requires me to travel 60 miles a day... 30 miles each way...  I did not have this job at the time that I got pulled over... and my wife is due to deliver our firstborn child in mid-February.
>My "new" court date is January 6, and I believe it is a fresh start... arraignment.  I will provide more details if you ask, but I am desperately ignorant and seeking help with how to proceed...  while I lack the knowledge of how to proceed, I have no lack of intelligence and I am extremely quick to learn.
>I am asking if you will consider helping me.  If we could win this battle, it would be a first for New Jersey!
>God Bless!
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