Friday, February 02, 2007

Breaking the Law to enforce the law: the Eddie Kahn non-extradition.

Learn how the FBI broke international law in support of the Wesley Snipes case.

Listen to audio here.

2 Comments:

Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

It appears the FBI abducted Eddie Kahn from Panama in order to get him to U.S. soil in order to serve him with an indictment. In doing so, they denied Eddie his right to challenge or appeal his extradiction in Panama. The United States government is ruthless and respects no law but the law of FORCE. The law means nothing to them.

The FBI was not created by Congress. It was created by an Attorney General, which means its authority only applies WITHIN the Department of Justice. Yes, the Congress DOES fund the FBI, but does so by funding DOJ which finances the FBI. The FBI has no charter and no Congressionally-created mission. Somebody needs to challenge this to the Supreme Court. Just like the BATF, IRS and DEA, the FBI is a bunch of jack-booted thugs who operate in much the same manner as the mafia, with raw POWER, without any regard for legal authority.

At some point the American people must say to their servant government "Enough is enough!"

3:59 AM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

I attended two of Eddie Kahn's seminars in Atlanta. He presented a slide show, essentially, showing and explaining document after document to show the deception in the tax system and in the justice system in general. He wrote to the IRS and provided them his seminar schedule in various cities and invited them to send a representative to refute anything he presented. He pointed out that his seminars were educational in nature and he surely did not want to present anything that was not factual, so he welcomed them to attend and have equal time.

It was from Eddie Kahn that I first learned about the parallel tables of authority and that the enforcement authorities are found in Title 27, not Title 26.

4:07 AM  

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