Time: Thu Dec 04 15:10:08 1997
To: Epperly <swampy@ptialaska.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: The Federal Zone
Bcc: sls, friends

One last thing:

I am not "threatening" anyone.

I have, however, submitted to some violators
Bona Fide Offers in Compromise and 
Bona Fide Offers to Hold Harmless.

It is their own stupidity which leads them to
believe, wrongly, that these Offers are "threats."

They are not threats.  

Check in any legal dictionary.
I cannot do their homework for them,
particularly after they persist in
violating my Common Law Copyrights.

I am the sole author of "The Federal Zone:
Cracking the Code of Internal Revenue,"
which was written under a pen name.

Thank you for your kindness and 

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

All Internet websites which host, or link to,
"The Federal Zone: Cracking the Code of Internal
Revenue," are now under active investigation
for theft, conspiracy, and common law copyright 

No one ever received the author's prior permission
to host this book on the Internet, so they are ALL
violators of the copyright restrictions which are
clearly stated in the Preface of that book.

It is not abbreviated "The Fed Zone."

Thank you for asking.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 11:59 PM 12/4/97 -0900, you wrote:
>Dear Paul
>Below is a message that I just recieved and my reply.
>I am submitting this message to you for comment.  If this is your
>material, do you have any problems with me making a "link" to the "fed
>          http://www.ptialaska.net/~swampy/
>       Sincerely Yours
>        Gordon Epperly
>         swampy@ptialaska.net
>Message-ID: <3487C188.549B@ptialaska.net>
>Date: Thu, 04 Dec 1997 23:55:36 -0900
>From: Epperly <swampy@ptialaska.net>
>Organization: http://www.ptialaska.net/~swampy/
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>To: spitnspot@earthlink.net
>Subject: Re: The Fed Zone
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>spitnspot@earthlink.net wrote:
>> Just thought I'd warn you, "Mitch Modeleski" is going around threatening to sue anyone who
>> has a link to his publication for upwards of $500,000.  He is named Jim Mitchel or
>> something like that and he claims to be the author.
>> Just thought I'd warn you before he writes one of his nasty little threats to you...
>Thank you for the warning.  When material is placed on the Internet for
>all to access and no restrictive or other statements are provided within
>the material, the page is understood to be "public domain" as far as it
>being accessed to.  "Linking" to pages that appear on the internet is
>not in and of itself a violation of copyright laws.
>But within the "Fed Zone" we find the following:
>The information contained in this book is lawfully protected from
>reproduction infringements for purposes of generating revenue of any
>kind. Violators are hereby warned that they can and will be prosecuted
>to the full extent of American law, at the sole discretion of the Author
>and Publisher. The only other restriction on the use and dissemination
>of the electronic fourth edition is the requirement that users not
>modify the content of the character stream in any way. The purpose of
>this requirement is faithfully to preserve all punctuation,
>Capitalization, bold, italics and underlines exactly as found in the
>original text. Permission is hereby given to translate the electronic
>fourth edition into formats compatible with different word processors,
>resulting at most in cosmetic changes like different margins which may
>cause changes in pagination. 
>                                           Published by:
>                                     Account for Better Citizenship
>                                    c/o USPS Post Office Box 6189
>                                    San Rafael, California Republic
>                                    Postal Code 94903-0189/TDC
>As you can see, making a page link to the "Fed Zone" does not infringe
>upon the above notice.  My page link does not generate revenue of any
>The person who you are making reference to is probably "Paul Andrew
>Mitchell."  I will contact him and see what he has to say.
>      Gordon

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