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Sue the Fed? Is Ron Paul involved or is WorldNetDaily and Group exploiting his name?

Grass-roots lawsuit surge aiming at Federal Reserve
Organizers of coordinated campaign say damages could total $100 trillion
Posted: April 07, 2011
1:20 am Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WorldNetDaily

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas

Americans have watched the value of their currency drop some 90-plus percent since the Federal Reserve took control of setting interest rates, lending and borrowing policies and the literal printing of cash, and a growing group – some 5,000 individuals are aboard already – are saying enough is enough.

They plan to take the private agency to court and suggest that damages could be $100 trillion or more. Most Americans probably are eligible for damages, they say.

The backlash against what U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, has described as the unconstitutional assignment of a congressional responsibility – the coinage of money – to a private entity, is manifesting itself in the plans for court action.

But this would not be just another case: the proposal being developed by the PatriotStorm organization at its SuetheFed.com website envisions teams of attorneys analyzing data, demanding information, verifying damages and arguing court cases.

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"Our litigation plan will be loosely patterned after the tobacco litigation model executed during the 1980s and 1990s; only far more organized, coordinated and focused in order to provide shared access of all discovery materials and briefs developed to all of our network law firms and prosecutors nationwide," the website explains.

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