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Please provide a bona fide claim. I have been in court more times than I would like to admit. From my experiences Judges tend to run from the Oath of Office.

Cases are not won in the court room. Cases are won at the bank. I don't have time for belligerence.

I make no assumptions and I know how to defend myself. It is a felony not to provide the oath of office upon demand.

So let's get real assuming you want an intelligent conversation. If you are committing the act of racketeering and you do not know it, is it a crime?

Are you familiar with Title 18 and 42 of the U.S.C.?

Without the Oath of Office there is nothing. Just an administrative de fact court committing fraud without recourse.

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