Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Elaine's Son Comments On Sherry Jackson's Upcoming Trial

David-Hatch Bernier wrote:

I just want to follow up on Donna's request. I can't tell you all how much the actions of the courtroom audience can affect the trial. At Ed and Elaine's trial, some of their supporters got a bit carried away, and I could see a look on the jurors' faces to the effect of, "what a bunch of whackos." Incidentally, it was the only time those twelve sheep formed any exression other than dumbfoundedness, but that's not the point. To aid Sherry in her credibility, "we" need to look and act like "them." Like my mother and Ed, I'm sure Sherry will sincerely appreciate all the support, but in the courtroom, give them NOTHING to use against you.

Editor's Note: Be sure to sign the "Ed and Elaine Brown Petition" which Elaine's son, David-Hatch Bernier initiated, at this link.

We still do not know if David - or anyone - has been able to contact Elaine. See David's recent interview by WMUR9 about how he is worried about his mother - at this link.

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7 Comments:

Blogger David HB said...

Dear FF:

Thanks for all the press. To answer your question, I did receive a letter from my mother last week, and she seemed in relatively good spirits, all things considered. I don't know how she'll feel about my being so vocal these past weeks, but I can't just sit back and let the Feds steal and kidnap people, when all they had to do was open a book and point to a law. I still am not able to visit or speak to her on the phone, and I do not yet know if she is receiving my letters. For anyone who may be wondering, the letter was in my mother's very distinct handwriting, so yes, it was her hand.

We are approaching 700 signatures on the second day of the petition being posted. I would love to deliver a ten-pound package to the courthouse in two weeks containing tens of thousands of signatures.

Thanks to everyone for all the support. You may never know how muchit means at a time like this. If anyone has a way on contacting Sherry Jackson, please forward my best wishes to her and her family in the weeks to come.

6:23 PM  
Blogger Trent said...

LMAO.

Writ of Populous Petition....anyone have the case law about that?

6:51 PM  
Blogger Sooltauq said...

Elaine didn't care about the truth and could have found it by looking at 26 U.S.C. section 1, by going to http://www.irs.gov/irs/article/0,,id=136751,00.html or by visiting http://www.hereisthelaw.com

That is why Elaine lost! The jury could see that she dishonestly claimed that she did not have any responsibility to file and pay taxes, and so they voted against her 12-0.

Take the $10 million challenge at http://www.hereisthelaw.com

11:44 AM  
Blogger David Christopher said...

Look another shill (Sooltauq )crawls out of the woodwork.

Note - as soon as the WTP update was posted. So predictable.

12:20 PM  
Blogger http://www.usome.com said...

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2:58 AM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

hereisthelaw wants someone to PROVE a negative. Very interesting, but not logical; therefore, it is without merit...basically bogus.

I challenge sooltauq to PROVE that there is NOT a live unicorn running around somewhere on Earth. You must believe that negatives can be proven, so please prove that one.

Until you do, your promotion of the so-called "challenge" at hereisthelaw will be taken for what it is---nothing...and based on a false premise.

Sincerely,
Scott
http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

p.s. Now don't run away---don't avoid it by changing the subject---accept my challenge on the unicorn. Focus: the issue is proving a negative; it's not anything about 26 USC, Subtitle A, Chapter 1. Focus.

3:25 AM  
Blogger The Freedom Fellowship said...

Where's hereisthelaw.gov?

11:20 AM  

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