Mr Mitchell has replied to someone who thought the Court was suppose to hear the case yesterday. It was not! The Declaration of Insolvency was only
delivered yesterday. I am following this daily, and will report as I get it. Here is the email I received:
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell
Subject: Re: Status of U.S Declaration of Insolvency
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 7:32 AM
No. It was not "set to be heard yesterday"
in the bankruptcy court in Washington State.
It was, however, delivered by the Postal Service
at 5:31 a.m. yesterday and, as such, it was legally served
at that time.
In point of law, the automatic stay described
in that DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY
went into effect at midnight ending yesterday.
Therefore, the United States is now officially
insolvent as to its alleged debts to the
Federal Reserve Banks, and the automatic stay
authorized by U.S. bankruptcy laws is now in effect.
A simple English explanation is here:
If you will read the DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY and
all Exhibits, you will learn that the personnel employed
by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District
of Washington have either failed or refused to produce
Thus, it may take quite some time to clean up that
related mess too. There is no point in scheduling
any hearings where so many impostors congregate:
("all their acts are void")
FYI: our office has been working with the U.S.
Department of Justice to investigate missing credentials:
Thank you for contacting the Supreme Law Firm.
p.s. There is much additional (and free) reading
at the links below my name here ...
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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