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Private Attorney General Reveals Role Exposing Michael Jackson's Unlicensed Attorney

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    ... From: Supreme Law Firm Date: Mon, Jan 16, 2006 at 4:33 PM Subject: Private Attorney General Reveals Role Exposing
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      From: Supreme Law Firm <paulandrewmitchell2004@...>
      Date: Mon, Jan 16, 2006 at 4:33 PM
      Subject: Private Attorney General Reveals Role Exposing Michael Jackson's Unlicensed Attorney
      To: paulandrewmitchell2004@...

      Recent Michael Jackson news:

                     Private Attorney General Reveals Role
             Exposing Michael Jackson's Unlicensed Attorney
      January 16, 2006 A.D.

      San Diego, California.  For the first time, a Private Attorney General
      has revealed key documents which exposed singer Michael Jackson's
      first defense attorney for lacking the license to practice law required by
      California State laws.
      Paul Andrew Mitchell, well known on the Internet for creating and
      maintaining a public domain database called the Supreme Law Library,
      has doggedly pursued The State Bar of California for refusing
      to obey a federal SUBPOENA IN A CIVIL CASE.  That SUBPOENA
      requires the State Bar to disclose all licenses required of more than
      200,000 members, going back ten years, by invoking authority
      conferred by Civil RICO statutes enacted by Congress:
      Statutes in the California Business and Professions Code
      require all State Bar members to indorse a certificate of oath
      upon their licenses to practice law.  Thorough research
      at Mitchell's law firm has confirmed that a "certificate"
      legally requires a physical document;  and, the required
      oath binds all Bar members to uphold the Constitution
      of the United States, and the Constitution of the
      State of California.  There is no such thing as a
      verbal certificate.
      Mitchell also revealed publicly, for the first time, that
      all prosecuting attorneys in the Santa Barbara District Attorney's
      office likewise turned up without the required licenses.  After
      receiving a series of rude refusals from a middle manager in
      that office, Mitchell referred evidence of State law violations
      to the Santa Barbara County Grand Jury, and Board of Supervisors:
      The evidence implicating Jackson's first attorney, Mark Geragos,
      in identical violations, was mailed quietly to Jackson's sister,
      singer Janet Jackson, at a business address in West Los Angeles.

      Not long after that correspondence was delivered to Janet Jackson,
      Michael fired Geragos and hired an out-of-state defense attorney
      in Thomas Mesereau.  Jackson was later acquitted, after a highly
      publicized trial in a California Superior Court.
      In a related investigation, Paul Andrew Mitchell has also recently
      published a body of evidence implicating numerous federal judges
      in California with impersonating federal officers -- a federal felony:
      With extensive assistance from the U.S. Department of Justice
      in Washington, D.C., Mitchell has named all suspects for lacking
      one or more of the 4 credentials required of all federal judges:
      Senate Confirmation, Presidential Commission, Appointment Affidavit
      and Oath of Office.
      The evidence of impersonation also implicates the same suspects
      in a criminal conspiracy to engage in a pattern of racketeering,
      due in part to their frequent acts of mail fraud.  Federal law only
      requires 2 acts of mail fraud to constitute a pattern of
      racketeering activity during any given 10-year period.
      Furthermore, while cross-checking the on-line database of the
      California State Bar, Mitchell also confirmed that all federal
      district judges throughout California likewise failed to indorse
      their licenses to practice law, when they were first admitted to
      membership in that State Bar organization.  A large percentage
      of Ninth Circuit judges also turned up missing the required
      licenses;  the majority began their careers in other States,
      Three U.S. Supreme Court Justices also began their law practices
      in California, and all three have also turned up without the
      licenses required by that State Bar Act, which is a subset
      of the California Business and Professions Code.
      Justice Sandra Day O'Connor recently retired from the high Court.
      Prior to finding that these three Justices were lacking licenses,
      the U.S. DOJ confirmed that another three Justices do not have
      Presidential Commissions in DOJ's custody.  The U.S. DOJ is the
      designated legal custodian, and thus obligated to produce those
      Commissions in response to Mitchell's Freedom of Information Act
      ("FOIA") requests for same:
      Mitchell submitted FOIA requests for these missing credentials
      when his copyright and trademark infringement case reached
      the U.S. Supreme Court in recent years:
      Further details are available, free of charge, in the many
      documents now available in the Supreme Law Library here:

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