I never thought I would see the day in this country...Submitted by ron_is_for_real on Tue, 06/10/2014 - 00:29
...when I could be ordered to sign my name to words dictated by the United States government, not to mention words I believe to be false. I've seen this sort of thing on TV where American hostages are giving testimonials with ski-masked, armed captors ensuring that the Americans spoke the words that would spare their lives.
With considerable dismay, I now see our judiciary employing the same tactics that terrorists impose on their victims. Doreen Hendrickson has been ordered to perjure herself, that is to sign her name to documents that say things the government wants said, even though she believe these things to be false.
Seven years ago, Federal Judge Nancy Edmunds (ED Michigan) ordered Doreen to make this false testimony, and to declare that it is her own testimony. Three-and-a-half years later Edmunds added a requirement that the fact that the testimony is coerced and not Doreen's own be concealed (as asked of her by the IRS and DOJ).
[The above is from a post by Peter Hendrickson (Doreen's husband) at his website dedicated to exposing the truth about the income tax and its misapplication. He is the author of "Cracking the Code: The Fascinating Truth About Taxation in America", available at Amazon]:
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