Life in Prison for Federal Debt Note Competition – Silver Dollar Death SentencingSubmitted by sovereignthink on Wed, 03/23/2011 - 00:35
The Dead Liberty Dollar and the Silver Death Sentencing?
Yes, Defendant Convicted of Minting His Own Currency.
On March 18th Bernard von NotHaus received what may well amount to life in prison for minting and gold silver coins to compete against the private Fed board. His Companies NORFED and Liberty Dollars.
North Carolina is proposing exactly what they are sending this man to die for. Rep. Glen Bradley wants North Carolina to issue its own legal tender backed by silver and gold.
Has he committed any crime? Has Bernard von NotHaus?
Would anyone like to buy his .999 1 troy oz silver coin at the 2008 strike price of $20?
Should anyone today feel cheated or claim to have received less value if they take the face value of that coin in exchange for goods, services or Federal Reserve Debt Backed Notes of the same face value?
As of today Silver is trading at over $36 per troy oz.
Liberty is afforded only if justice is served. We must stand and free this man.
Our nation is crumbling, fraud, crime and those that imprison the Public that stand up against them must be brought to light.
Rep. Glen Bradley needs to call for Gov. Bev Perdue to Pardon NotHaus and decriminalize the private monetary exchange of local sovereign citizens.
It is Correct and Just with State interposition under authority to protect free exchange of silver and all private goods!
For Immediate Release
March 18, 2011
Defendant Convicted of Minting His Own Currency
United States Attorney’s Office
Western District of North Carolina
Contact: (704) 344-6222
STATESVILLE, NC—Bernard von NotHaus, 67, was convicted today by a federal jury of making, possessing, and selling his own coins, announced Anne M. Tompkins, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina.