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How I Lawfully Claimed Three Houses Free and Clear  PDF

Where Does The Fraud Begin  PDF

Read Me First [Instructions]  PDF

Notice of Fraud and Intent to Litigate  PDF

MEDIA Cover Letter  PDF

List of Exhibits and Packet Infomation  PDF

Exhibit A - Deed of Trust Templete From Freddiemac.com (Tennessee)

Exhibit B - Affidavit of Walker Todd as Expert Witness

Exhibit C - Memorandum of Law Bank Fraud

Exhibit D - Memorandum of Law Points of Authority Bills of Exchange

Exhibit E - U.S. District Court Judge Christopher M. Boyko Decision

Exhibit F - U.S. District Court Judge Thomas R. Rose Dicision

Exhibit G - Securitization is ILLEGAL 

FBI Cover Letter  PDF

EO13519 - Federal Register Bank Fraud  PDF

Modern Money Machanics   pdf

The purpose of this Federal Reserve Bank booklet is to describe the basic process of money creation in a "fractional reserve" banking system.  The approach taken illustrates the changes in bank balance sheets that occur when deposits in banks change as a result of monetary action by the Federal Reserve System - the central bank of the United States.

I Bet You Thought  pdf

Most of us acquire two types of knowledge - "school knowledge" and "folk knowledge."  Folk knowledge is information and "wisdom" passed from generation to generation or acquired on the streets.

For example, we're often told that sitting in a draft will give us a cold.  Science tells us the common cold results from a virus.  Yet, still we change our seat to avoid a draft.  We may acknowledge that drafts only contribute to lowering our resistance to infection, but we still blame the breeze rather than the bug.

So too, most of us hold certain economic misconceptions - folk knowledge containing a germ of truth and a plague of misconception, economic myths picked up by misreading or the acceptance of "facts" from a friend or relative.  Few of us are immune to economic myths or misconceptions.  If you donít think so.  I bet you thought ...






Revised: November 13, 2011