Skip to comments.Think Washington acting like royalty? Here's proof Coin-case brief says Department of Justice 'goes
Posted on 06/22/2011 9:04:51 AM PDT by Nachum
The U.S. Department of Justice is claiming power and authority beyond even what the kings of England held in a case involving private "Liberty Dollar" coins that were offered to individuals who wanted them for investing or for exchanging for goods and services, according to a "friend-of-the-court" legal brief.
The case is against Bernard Von NotHaus, who was convicted on three counts of counterfeiting related to his work with the coins. The claim regarding the arrogation of power was made in a brief filed by members of the law firm of William J. Olson of Vienna, Va., and Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation of Ramona, Calif.
The brief was filed on behalf of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, which was set up in 1999 to educate and litigate against the illegal collusion to control the price and supply of gold and silver, and "protect the civil and constitutional rights of Americans in monetary matters."
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Full title: Think Washington acting like royalty? Here's proof Coin-case brief says Department of Justice 'goes beyond monarchical claim' to control
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I guess they do not want a legit form of monetary funding to compete with their 666 fiat crap.
It was covered weeks ago by Alex Jones on InfoWars
Yes, it was a conviction without a law. Amazing injustice!
I predict they are going to win this case.
Not only did they not break the law, their actions are political speech and protected by the constitution.
That said, their idea was nutty, but it may have worked out better than anyone would expect.
The NORFED silver rounds are now selling for $15-20 over spot.
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