Posted by Dennis on July 19, 1997 at 20:51:29:
In Reply to: Re: Restoring the de jure government posted by Brenda McCurdy on July 19, 1997 at 14:12:26:
: : "...when RESTORED."
: : Question - Obviously, then, de jure governments have been restored in the past. Where? And more importantly - HOW??
: : Ideas? Is the suit in Billings (Montana) related to this, Paul?
: : Thanks,
: : Dennis
: What is happening on the Freemen's suit? Has anyone heard? Last I heard, the Freemen had still not given the feds ground to take jurisdiction over them and it was in limbo.
: Thanks, Brenda
Most recent I have seen online is @ http://www.alaska.net/~winter/schweitzer.html - and was posted Jan. 17, '97.
There was an article in our local paper Thursday that said:
"Most of the trials for the Montana Freemen still are months away and probably won't be scheduled until next spring, a federal judge was told Wednesday."
March 23, April 13 & May 4 '98 were cited as possible dates. Whatever happened to the concept of the right to a 'speedy trial'? Or, maybe the *trial* WILL be speedy - once they undertake the holding of it. Hmmmmmmm.....
I thought I had seen something on the above site a couple of months ago about a suit (filed in Billings), and that Paul Mitchell was involved, but it seems to have fallen off the air.
Any 'restoration' ideas, anyone?
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