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Offline Dale Eastman

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« on: October 19, 2022, 11:27:02 AM »
Quote from: 19 12:03
Example #1 :
Birth certificate
Quote from: 19 12:04
Example #2 :
Social Security card
Quote from: 19 12:04
Example #3 :
W-4 form.
Quote from: 19 12:35
Example #1 :
Birth certificate


Example #2 :
Social Security card


Example #3 :
W-4 form.


Reading English is not your native language is it?

You replied to these words, that you apparently did not bother to actually read:
A YDOMist, demanding proof of consent, would demand:
Where are the notarized records, proving consent
and recording the terms agreed thereto, presently stored?

None of your examples are notarized.
I am VERY SPECIFIC in demanding this proof.

How does a claim become a fact in a court room?
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Re: GM
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2022, 12:57:43 PM »
Quote from: 19 12:50
Yeah... I actually do read... for example, IRS Codes... something you're CLEARLY unaware of...
Your tacit agreement(s) with the State are proof...
Quote from: 19 13:56
I find you funny. You don't know what you don't know.

What you don't know is not only have I read the IRC, SCOTUS cases, and examined what those words actually state, I have laid out those very words on my website.

Getting back on the topic you "seem" intent to ignore...

How does a claim become a fact in a court of law?
Quote from: 20 16:24
It's been 24 hours.

Getting back on the topic you "seem" intent to ignore...

How does a claim become a fact in a court of law?
Quote from: 21 18:16
It's been over 48 hours.

Getting back on the topic you "seem" intent to ignore...

How does a claim become a fact in a court of law?
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