Sunday, March 04, 2007

Chuck Conces - A response to the DOJ press release.

False Assumptions

If you decided to take a trip to Europe, what would be the first thing you would do. Buy a plane ticket, pack your bags, or make out your itinerary? It all has to be done, but aren’t we forgetting one very important thing? How about our passport! Duh!

This is what the Department of Justice did when they embarked on there expedition for Charles F. Conces, a.k.a. The Lawman. They were all packed with their itinerary in hand and waiting at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan. But, the DOJ was forgetting something very important. Authorization, Duh! Their passport into the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan. The Government came all the way from Washington D.C. without the necessary permission.

IRC Sec.7401; AUTHORIZATION: “No civil action for the collection or recovery of taxes, or of any fine, penalty or forfeiture, shall be commenced unless the secretary (of the Treasury) authorizes the proceedings and the attorney General or his delegate directs that the action be commenced.”

This gigantic discrepancy was brought to Judge Gordon J. Quist’s attention several times. The Hon. Quist likes to indulge in smorgasbord justice and has just served himself a big plate of complicities. Fraud is being perpetrated/served by Michael Rahm and the rest of these DOJ attorneys on a bogus civil suit and its phony companion, the “injunction”.

I’m from the Government, and I’m here to help. What group of people would you say actually believes this popular quip? Um… let me guess, I know, the Media. You’re right pardner! The Department of Justice has put out a bunch of false and purposefully misleading statements. And, the usual scavengers (media) have started chewing on them. This false statement, “violating a court injunction”, has been undeniably identified as road kill. It was run over by the truth more than a year ago, but all these scavengers care about is something that resembles meat, anything passes for food these days.

All the Lawman should make this their mantra to the media, “There is no violation because there is no injunction; there is no injunction because there was no civil lawsuit. There was no lawsuit because there was no Authorization.” Hey DOJ, next time you plan to take a trip to some courtroom around this great country of ours, make sure you bring your passport.

Bill Price

2 Comments:

Blogger KOSMIC said...

http://www.usdoj.gov
/opa/pr/2003/September
/03_ag_516.htm


CONCLUSION

Federal criminal law and procedure apply equally throughout the United States. As the sole federal prosecuting entity, the Department of Justice has a unique obligation to ensure that all federal criminal cases are prosecuted according to the same standards. Fundamental fairness requires that all defendants prosecuted in the federal criminal justice system be subject to the same standards and treated in a consistent manner.

cc: The Acting Deputy Attorney General

The Associate Attorney General

The Solicitor General

The Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division

The Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division

The Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division

The Assistant Attorney General, Environment and Natural Resources Division

The Assistant Attorney General, Tax Division

The Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division

The Director, Executive Office of United States Attorneys

1:06 PM  
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1:46 PM  

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