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Message Subject Sovereign citizens: Is this an accurate portrayal?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Provide the case you want (Rickman vs Ware maybe?) (US vs THOMAS?) and I will show you how you are dead wrong.

Proceed, endorser.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288

Ya please show me where those court cases were wrong?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20179835

First off, US Notes are NOT Federal Reserve Notes, Rickman V Ware, Rickman refused US notes and demanded gold or silver coin. The court simply ruled that US Notes are legal tender and lawful money of the United States (US notes, since you are ignorant to what they are, are issued and backed by Gold or silver coin of face value).

Federal Reserve Notes are NOT issued by the US Treasury and are NOT backed by anything but an endorsement of the end user.

Federal Reserve Notes are not the Subject matter of Rickman Vs Ware. End of discussion.

in Thomas, he never demanded his redemption of his FRNS for lawful money per 12 USC 411, therefore, by contract endorsement and consent, he made FRNS lawful money (since he used them as such) and did owe TAXES on them for his use.

Simple as that and I never said "the cases" are wrong, I simply posted YOU were wrong in your reading of them.

You are no lawyer, Sir.
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