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Guy who put Ron Paul's face on his own minted coins convicted of "domestic terrorism," could get 15 years
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[quote:Me against the world 1293514:MV8xNDA5NTA2XzIzMjE0MjE1XzZBOTZENjdE] I was wondering, is it illegal to barter goods. Like what vonhouse did when he used his coinage. From what I read of his intentions, he offered the coin as an exchange of goods. You buy an item at retail, offer the coin and get the barter items in return. He paid no debt with the coin, just used it in a barter transaction. So if I barter something I made that looks like a dollar but is not sanctioned by the illegal feds, than, I am a terrorist. HAHAHAHAHAHAAAA. You knows its against the law to use your hand to make a gun sign with your thumb moving back and forth. YOU TERRORIST. No, try that at a cop once. Maybe you will be shot ten or twenty times and if you live, they give you life in prison for showing you god given hand doing something that scared them into action. WHAT A WORLD THIS HAS BECOME [/quote]
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"[Bernard] von NotHaus was also the founder of the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve and Internal Revenue Code (NOFRED). One of the aims of the organization was to mix in the Liberty coins with standard US currency, said the agency."
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