Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell on August 06, 1997 at 10:09:59:
We are now ready to begin loading the
Supreme Law Library with every court pleading
which I have written over the past several years.
There will be a "Case Law" heading in that Library.
These documents will include, for example, all the pleadings
in People v. Boxer, to which Senator-elect Barbara Boxer
from California fell totally silent; and also all the
pleadings filed In Re Grand Jury Subpoena Served on
New Life Health Center Company, the case which broke the
federal Jury Selection and Service Act for class bias.
There are many other cases in which we have documented
the manifold ways the federal government has corrupted
the laws which govern the federal courts and the
collection of income taxes.
The case of People v. United States is only now getting
the attention it deserves, for clarifying the all
important distinction between the two classes
of federal district courts, and for achieving a
bold and unique analysis of federal removal statutes.
The exacting implementation of these findings in the
Gilbertson case is also detailed in his numerous
pleadings, some of which have reached the U.S. Court
of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, in St. Louis.
However, we need your help. This project is going
to take serious funds, to pay our Internet consultant,
and to cover the overhead necessary to pre-edit literally
hundreds of documents we want to make available here.
We plan to use the clear format we developed for
"The Cooper File", already in the Supreme Law Library.
Bearing in mind that we are not "tax-exempt" [sic],
we would appreciate your generous financial donations.
For your information, we are actively looking for a
professional fund raiser, who will receive a healthy
finder's fee for all funds located.
When this project is completed, we are confident that
these materials will make an extremely valuable resource
for serious students of the supreme Law in America,
exemplified by actual litigation which is recognized
by the Full Faith and Credit Clause. This resource will
be available to teacher forums, utilizing LCD Projection
technology to bring the best, to the brightest, with the
brightest! These are our current plans, and we have even
more ambitious plans for the very near future.
Thank you all for your consideration, and your kind
and thoughtful contributions to the Supreme Law Forum.
/s/ Paul Mitchell, Founder
Supreme Law School, Supreme Law Firm,
Habeas Project for Political Prisoners
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