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 -- George Orwell

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Posted on | December 7, 2012 | 1 Comment

Wayne
4:05 PM (0 minutes ago)

to me
Hello. My name is Wayne Buchanan and I’ve just read your information about the case in the 9th Circuit regarding alledged Obama forgeries. In as much as I would as a United States citizen like to get to the bottom of all of this, I support you in asmuch as everyone should have their day in court and I would personally advise you as a layman experienced from the “School of Hard-Knocks”as the expression goes to be on the alert for any hint of an addition offense called “Fraud Upon The Court” which would render everything Null and Void and could be re-litigated if necessary for justice to prevail;with no statute of limitations. Good luck.

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  1. Itchik
    December 7th, 2012 @ 9:08 pm

    “The true strength of rulers and empires lies not in armies or emotions, but in the belief of men that they are inflexibly open and truthful and legal. As soon as a government departs from that standard, it ceases to be anything more than “the gang in possession,” and its days are numbered.” — H. G. Wells

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