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Using Leverage and Fractional Banking – To Discharge a Debt

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When the USA went bankrupt in 1913 (United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993, Vol. 33, page H-1303), Congress agreed to pay all debts incurred by the American People and at the same time, a bailout and an exclusive relationship with the Private Federal Reserve Bank System (the FED). This private relationship is unique in …

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Description of a Judge’s Job, Final Part 3

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This is the final video of the 29 CFR 102.35 – Duties and powers of the corporate ATTORNEY JUDGE. In (13)(B)(1) The settlement judge shall convene and preside over conferences and settlement negotiations between the parties, assess the practicalities of a potential settlement, and report to the chief or associate the status of settlement negotiations, …

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Description of a COURT ATTORNEYJUDGE’s Job, Part 2

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Today we are to discuss 29 CFR 102.35 – Duties and powers, (11) To call, examine, and cross-examine witnesses (This is the PRACTICE OF LAW FROM THE BENCH) and to introduce into the record documentary or other evidence; (12) To request the parties at any time during the hearing to state their respective positions concerning …

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Description of a Judge’s Job Part 1

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This video is a continuation and video 3 pertaining to 29 CFR 102.35 – Duties and Powers of administrative law judges; stipulations of cases to administrative law judges or to the Board; assignment and powers of settlement judges. § 102.35 Duties and Powers of administrative law judges; stipulations of cases to administrative law judges or …

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Criminal and Civil Trial By Jury Farce, Part 2

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In civil cases, the ATTORNEY JUDGE decides whether a claim is valid, assesses damages, grants an injunction, or orders some other form of redress to the plaintiff unless a constitutional Court of Record in exclusive common law jury has been empaneled to make these decisions. In a debt or mortgage case, the Attorney Judge almost …

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