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To: GREAT-WEST LIFE & ANNUITY INSURANCE COMPANY, DAUG HTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL PROVINCE OF THE WEST, Saint Francis Medical Center, PERCEPTION EYE CENTER MEDICAL CLINIC, INC, Joseph C. Peters, and Doe’s 1-50, ect...al..,

From: Brent Jones

Any and all correspondence Mets be sent to the following address;                  ; Schenectady, New York,             Please note we do not accept certified mailings…

Regarding: possible bad advice

                               The Common Law requires that I, the complainant give the respondents GREAT-WEST LIFE & ANNUITY INSURANCE COMPANY, DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL PROVINCE OF THE WEST, Saint Francis Medical Center, PERCEPTION EYE CENTER MEDICAL CLINIC, INC, Joseph C. Peters, and Doe’s 1-50, ect...al.., two necessary things:

1.       The clear location on where to find filed documents; www.legalies.tripod.com,& SEC File number 6321820002

2.       And that they must have the opportunity to respond, documents having been served, and the respondents have failed to respond within a timely manner. They were given 30 days to respond to the initial request by way of affidavit, 30 days past no such document has been supplied by respondents. Notice of default was subsequently issued, giving the respondents 30 days to pay the balance as demanded in the complaint. Letter of intent was also delivered to the respondents, notifying them of the April 02, 2006 dead line to pay in full (was not an extension as it clearly indicated). 30 days from today a second notice of default as required will be served on the respondents.

                           Feel free to go to the following website www.legalies.tripod.com you’ll find a wealth of information solidifying the right of a person to petition the government for redress of GRIEVENCE, case law, legal position, brief, quotations from Supreme Court judges, as well as direct quotes from the constitution of the uNITED STATES. Recognizing the Securities and Exchange Commission (S.E.C.) the department of the uNITED STATES government, it is that part of the government that I have petitioned to redress the breach of contract between myself and the respondents.

                        Your attorneys are probably informing you not to worry, that he can’t possibly do this, I suspect you’ll be given them their pink slips very soon. This is a non judicial proceeding, the document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and your failure to respond is the evidence of your obligation, you have defaulted on any claims to the contrary. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s tracer flag number 6321820002 is a securities note, and commerce.

                        Had you responded in a timely manner, then the matter would have been set for trial, where a jury would’ve had the opportunity to decideon the disputed issues as required by the seventh amendment of the united States constitution. Because you did not respond there is no matter for jury to decide on, you have defaulted, meaning you forfeited any rights to contest. I also wanna remind you that the complaint alleges the crime of murder, for which there is no statute of limitations. No vital signs for over eighteen minutes, the doctor reporting to my family that I was dead,… imagine that!

                        However I do not want you to be mistaken once more, it is not just title fifteen of the U.S.C.A., but it is also title eighteen, Amendment One, Amendment Five, Amendment Six, Amendment Seven, Amendment Eight, Amendment Nine, Amendment Ten there relied heavily upon. Common law has never been abolished, as it cannot be, common law is derived from the laws that were in place in the establishment of this country. So here’s what’s going to happen:

                        You will delay, or not respond, and I will be forced to put a lien on every single property that I locate that you own throughout the united States to cover the amount now owing 6 billion three hundred million dollars (U.S. legal tender). What your Attorneys may not have told you is that liens remain on properties for up to 99 years. Your intentions are not to compensate me for the damage that you’ve caused, my intentions are made self-evident; you will be held to pay for the damage that you’ve caused one way or the other. As I see it 99 years is a long time for someone to have to pay, I wonder if this will make the national news?  Who knows?

                                                                      Well here’s some more information for you to let salivate, I wish all of you the best in your efforts to continue to deny me redress-

State of Idaho v. Horiuchi

... towards the general government. . . . If [the people's] rights are invaded by

either, they can make use of the other as the instrument of redress....

http://news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/rubyridge/idhoriuchi60501.pdf

OPINION

KOZINSKI, Circuit Judge:

It was, in the words of Justice Kennedy, the genius of the

Founding Fathers to "split the atom of sovereignty." U.S.

Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, 514 U.S. 779, 838 (1995)

(Kennedy, J., concurring). What this means in practical terms

is that, within the territory of every state, two sovereigns--the

…This conflict reflects, not the defects of the system,

but its virtues, because the beneficiaries of these competing

sovereignties are the citizens of the United States. As Alexander

Hamilton foresaw:

6935

Power being almost always the rival of power, the

general government will at times stand ready to

check the usurpations of the state governments, and

these will have the same disposition towards the general

government. . . . If [the people's] rights are

invaded by either, they can make use of the other as

the instrument of redress.

 

U.S. Constitution: First Amendment

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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION--SPEECH AND PRESS

Adoption and the Common Law Background

 “…and to apply to the Government for redress of grievances, shall not be infringed.''2the Senate, which rewrote it to read: ''That Congress shall make no law abridging the of the people to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

... a remedy "be adapted to the situation which calls for redress."

http://supreme.lp.findlaw.com/supreme_court/briefs/00-1595/00-1595.mer.resp.html

                                          There appears to be a problem in comprehension of law by not only those in the legal field but also those who are not students of law. First there is a need to gain a basic understanding of the structure of the uNITED States Constitution. The first amendment of the uNITED States constitution says in part:

                                    “Congress shall make no law respecting... the right of the people to... petition the government for a redress of grievance.”

                                                             This simply means that we as citizens do not have to prove that The Commercial Lien Process (T.C.L.P.) is legal , but that judges and attorneys must prove by law, uNITED STATES Constitutional LAW, that such a process that is utilize by the uNITED STATES government is not available to citizens of the uNITED STATES.

                                                      "The right to petition for Redress", to correct wrongs, is 100% lawful, RE read the first amendment once again and notice that it states "Congress shall make  no law..."  The Commercial Lien Process (T.C.L.P.) is a legal means of redress

                                                The right to petition the government for A REDRESS OF GRIEVENCE. The Uniform Commercial Code, is a code set up by the governments of several countries and every state of the uNION. Because it (T. C. L. P.) requires a verified complaint, a signed affidavit, and notification of parties, these are the checks and balances set up by the system. Misuse of The Uniform Commercial Code can cause someone to become criminally liable if they seek such a redress remedy outside of good faith. Simply put if you lie on certain documents, you can be held criminally liable, you can be prosecuted. The T. C. L. P. meets the standards of the uNITED STATES Constitution:

                                        1st , You have a right to redress, that right exist despite any attempts to ratify!

                                        2ND You have ‘the right to Equal Protection of laws’, This simply means that the uNITED STATES Federal government uses the commercial line process to it’s advantage. If they use it, they cannot prohibit or prevent you from using it. To go with that the first amendment is law! And it is the only law that can never be changed, for it is the only one that states: ‘Congress shall make no law'.

                                       You have the ‘right to suit in equity’; this means if someone damages you, or your property, you have the right to make them pay by way of suit. When most people usually hear the term lawsuit they think of those that take place in court. There are several types of lawsuits, You have your civil suits, which can take many forms, oftentimes not involving a court at all (i.e.: arbitration), and then you have your criminal law suits.  Criminal law suits can only take place as a result of the first amendment. That is where a branch of government steps in to correct a wrong, to redress wrongs committed against person, state, property …

                                       Each amendment with the word “shall”, or “Shall not” are guaranteed, secured rights, or laws; This simply means these laws, or constitutional amendments as they are commonly known cannot be changed. And according to the tenth amendment, constitutional law supersedes state law. Don’t you just love those founding fathers?

                                        Example: When the first amendment states ‘Congress shall make no law… abridging…the right of the people… to petition… for a redress of grievance’. This right is guaranteed and secured by the statement “shall not”. Constitutional amendments with the words “SHALL”, or “shall not” cannot be amended or changed ever! That’s why they never have changed any of the amendments containing those words. 

                                           I cannot speak for those who have tried this process before and have ended up in court and didn’t know how to speak to defend themselves. It has never been an understanding of having to prove that you have the right to do this, there has been an understanding that there needs to be proof that you don’t have the right to do this. The reason why so many have had themselves and their cases end up in court, and subsequently treated so harshly, is they did not know how to explain the basis for their using this process.

                                         I have read many papers by several individuals who have gone off on long tirades about how the government is doing this and of how the government is doing that. You won’t get that here; there is no need to study every single state law, however you will need to read the preamble of the uNITED STATES Constitution, and amendments one, five, six, seven, eight, and ten. These are those amendment rights that you must be clear on. Before you can use The Commercial Lien Process, one of these amendment rights must be violated.

                                               You’re probably saying to yourself I don’t remember him mentioning the right to Property, that right is included among the fifth and sixth amendments, however the fourth amendment right to be free from illegal searches and seizure, is not guaranteed and is often misquoted.  The fourth amendment states ‘Shall be free from unreasonable searches and seizures’ who's to determine what’s unreasonable?  So it’s best not to use an amendment that is left up to interpretation or opinion, but if you feel that you can successfully use this amendment in planning your argument your show you have the right feel free, by all means do what you feel is best for you and your case.

                                              There are some publications out there with information that is helpful, if you’d notice my petition is processed through the state of California, and the premise for my complaint is my issues took place in 1989, it is not the laws of today that applies, not even the laws of 1989 in respect in my bringing my petition. The laws of 1989 apply for any argument regarding the process of using The Uniform Commercial Code. In the 1990’s many people were attempting to use this process to avoid paying taxes to an illegal government taxation policy. I am not advocating that at all, for you see many of them claim to be Christians, did not Christ say “payback Caesar’s things to Cesar, but God’s things the God”? (Matthews 22:15-21) The money doesn’t belong to you; the money was processed and created by the uNITED STATES government, the treasury department no doubt. You have a right to use their money; however there's always conditions when you use someone else’s property. You must keep in mind when you’re asked to pay taxes you’re paying back for the use of someone else’s property. For instance in order for me to place this information on the internet, I have to pay someone to use their server so that I can allow others to access my information. Even though the internet (the world wide web) is free but the use of the services are not free.

                                                  I guess what I’m trying to say is everything is all based on logic. The first ten amendments of the uNITED STATES constitution are what you might call the ten commandments of the uNITED STATES. And just like with the ten commandments of the Jews, or Israelites, they received another 603 after they receive the first ten. The first ten was to get them started, and to this day those laws have never been changed for they all centered on the simple premise of Love. It is the same with uNITED STATES of America, the first ten amendments was to help get the country started, as discussed before several of those cannot be changed. If you read the preamble, doing so carefully you’ll notice that they use the very same framework that was contained in the Bible. They even speak of God, and INALIENABLE/ UN-INALIENABLE rights, that is why I can tell you that you must have a certain fundamental basic knowledge of the uNITED SATES constitution. 

                                               The uNITED STATES Supreme court has recognized since the establishment of this country the right of the citizen to petition the court for redress, to correct the wrongs. And as explained earlier The Commercial Lien Process is one way to petition the government to correct the wrongs. And that all the appropriate documents through the UCC, must be filed with the government. So patiently understand the following: without the first amendment “right to petition the government for redress of grievance, no court could exist, in order for the courts to exist there must be a law, ‘because only by law could the courts derive their authority. Without the first amendment “right to petition the government for redress a grievance”, there would be no military, no police force, no fire department, there would be no justice system.

                                                As we have seen over the past few decades, the court system in this country and throughout the world are extremely corrupt (this has proven to be the case in matters such as the “water gate scandal” “the IRAN Contra Scandal” to name a few). The more money you have the more justice you can achieve. It is not always feasible in respects to correcting the wrong, to utilize the uNITED States justice system. The First Amendment right “to petition the government for redress a grievance” is the number one principle by which The Commercial Lien Process is established. Again the word redress-to correct the wrongs; is the premise by which lawsuits are filed, for which cases against other individuals proceed in any court of the uNION. It is true that several of the amendments to the uNITED States constitution technically had never been legally enacted into law, they were not properly ratified. So we do not at any point suggest using amendments such as the thirteenth and fourteenth amendment of the uNITED states constitution. Do your homework people, several courts have recognized the right, in principle to file criminal complaints against judges. You must understand the prosecuting D.A. could not bring forth any case to represent any person, without that persons exercising their “the right to petition the government for redress a grievance”. It is the person who signs a sworn affidavit (which is a part of The Commercial Lien Process), that permits a person files a grievance, and complaint, asking for justice for the wrongs to be corrected.

 

                                               The right to petition the government for redress a grievance” is recognized as so pivotal of a right that everyone conducting business within the uNITED States must have a grievance process as a part of their company’s policy. There can be no argument against your “right to petition the government for a redress a grievance, it is sad to say that several people have walked into court, in the past to prove a basis by which they proceeded in filing commercial liens, have failed to mention their “right to petition the government for redress a grievance”, and as stated at the beginning, you don’t have to prove that you have this right, but you must insist the court to prove by way of constitutional law, that you do not possess such a right, that you do not have “the right to petition the government for redress a grievance”.  I truly hope this has been helpful to some of you”’…..

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Completed on this February 05, 2006

                                                                                      Sincerely

                                                            B.J UCC 1-207

Uniform Commercial Code

 

 

What are uniform laws?

In the United States laws are passed by national and state legislatures (as well as some local governments) and they are all subject to the United States Constitution. It became important for those laws (particularly regarding commerce) to be uniform as people began to move between states more often, and with the rise of interstate commerce. In 1892 the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws was created on recommendation from the American Bar Association. There were seven states represented in the first conference in 1892 in Sarasota Springs New York, and by 1912 every state had appointed a Uniform Law Commissioner. The NCCUSL has drafted over 200 Uniform laws but the most important is the Uniform Commercial Code. For more information also see the Legal Information Institutes page on uniform laws at URL http://www.law.cornell.edu/uniform/uniform.html. These laws are important to anyone who is interested in commerce, and especially interstate commerce, including small and large businesses, and the legal community. I thought it was important to have one place that would provide information about these laws and that would up-to-date access to them.

What is the Uniform Commercial Code?

The NCCUSL and the American Law Institute created the Uniform Commercial Code in a joint effort. It took over ten years to originally draft the UCC, and a further fourteen years for the UCC to be implemented across the country. The creation of the UCC began in 1940 in an effort to "attack major commercial problems with comprehensive legal solutions"(from NCCUSL's history page). The UCC allows commercial organizations to do business across jurisdictional boundaries with confidence because these organizations are fairly certain that the same rules apply in each jurisdiction. The UCC has been enacted in every state with the exception of Louisiana.

Nine Articles of the UCC: The following are the nine articles of the uniform commercial code. They are each linked to the text of the article on the Legal Information Institutes web site.

State enactment of the Uniform Commercial Code:

One important factor to keep in mind about the Uniform Commercial Code (and any uniform law) is that each state must separately pass the law in its legislature, and for this reason there are differences in the UCC in each state. Therefore when researching Uniform Commercial Code issues it is necessary to obtain the Statutes for each state to get a clear picture of any violations. The Legal Information Institute has links to most state statutes at URL http://www.law.cornell.edu/states/listing.html . Some of the links from this page are no longer active so keep in mind that it is generally possible to get to any states web site by going to URL www.state.??.us replacing the question marks (??) with the two digit state symbol, for example it is possible to get to the Virginia web page by going to URL http://www.state.va.us. The Legal Information Institute also has links to the individual statutes for each of the 9 articles of the UCC, at URL http://www.law.cornell.edu/uniform/ucc.html , but many of these links are no longer active. The table below has links to the UCC for all fifty states, and the links are active as of November 29, 2001. Where possible the links will lead directly to the Table of Content of the UCC. In some cases the link will lead to the full text of the code. Some states do not allow for browsing of their statutes, and in these instances the sections of the UCC statutes have been included for ease of searching. I have also included a link to the commercial laws of Louisiana, but keep in mind that Louisiana has not enacted the UCC.

State UCCs

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

 

 

 

Arkansas

California

Colorado

 

 

 

Connecticut

Delaware

District of Columbia

 

 

 

Florida

Georgia-Sec. 11-1-101

Hawaii

 

 

 

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

 

 

 

Iowa

Kansas- Chapter 84

Kentucky- Title 19-355

 

 

 

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland- search only

 

 

 

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

 

 

 

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

 

 

 

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

 

 

 

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

 

 

 

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

 

 

 

Oklahoma- Title 12A

Oregon

Pennsylvania

 

 

 

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

 

 

 

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

 

 

 

Vermont

Virginia-Title 8.1-8.9

Washington

 

 

 

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

 

UCC - Uniform Commercial Code
Article 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
   
Part 1 - (1-101 - 1-109) SHORT TITLE, CONSTRUCTION, APPLICATION AND SUBJECT MATTER OF THE ACT
   
Part 2 - (1-201 - 1-209) GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND PRINCIPLES OF INTERPRETATION
Article 2 - SALES
   
Part 1 - (2-101 - 2-107) SHORT TITLE, GENERAL CONSTRUCTION AND SUBJECT MATTER
   
Part 2 - (2-201 - 2-210) FORM, FORMATION AND READJUSTMENT OF CONTRACT
   
Part 3 - (2-301 - 2-328) GENERAL OBLIGATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT
   
Part 4 - (2-401 - 2-403) TITLE, CREDITORS AND GOOD FAITH PURCHASERS
   
Part 5 - (2-501 - 2-515) PERFORMANCE
   
Part 6 - (2-601 - 2-616) BREACH, REPUDIATION AND EXCUSE
   
Part 7 - (2-701 - 2-725) REMEDIES
Article 2-A - LEASES
   
Part 1 - (2-A-101 - 2-A-109) GENERAL PROVISIONS
   
Part 2 - (2-A-201 - 2-A-221) FORMATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF LEASE CONTRACT
   
Part 3 - (2-A-301 - 2-A-311) EFFECT OF LEASE CONTRACT
   
Part 4 - (2-A-401 - 2-A-407) PERFORMANCE OF LEASE CONTRACT: REPUDIATED, SUBSTITUTED AND EXCUSED
   
Part 5 - (2-A-501 - 2-A-532) DEFAULT
Article 3 - COMMERCIAL PAPER
   
Part 1 - (3-101 - 3-122) SHORT TITLE, FORM AND INTERPRETATION
   
Part 2 - (3-201 - 3-208) TRANSFER AND NEGOTIATION
   
Part 3 - (3-301 - 3-307) RIGHTS OF A HOLDER
   
Part 4 - (3-401 - 3-419) LIABILITY OF PARTIES
   
Part 5 - (3-501 - 3-511) PRESENTMENT, NOTICE OF DISHONOR AND PROTEST
   
Part 6 - (3-601 - 3-606) DISCHARGE
   
Part 7 - (3-701) ADVICE OF INTERNATIONAL SIGHT DRAFT
   
Part 8 - (3-801 - 3-805) MISCELLANEOUS
Article 4 - BANK DEPOSITS AND COLLECTIONS
   
Part 1 - (4-101 - 4-109) GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS
   
Part 2 - (4-201 - 4-214) COLLECTION OF ITEMS: DEPOSITARY AND COLLECTING BANKS
   
Part 3 - (4-301 - 4-303) COLLECTION OF ITEMS: PAYOR BANKS
   
Part 4 - (4-401 - 4-408) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PAYOR BANK AND ITS CUSTOMER
   
Part 5 - (4-501 - 4-504) COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTARY DRAFTS
Article 4-A - FUNDS TRANSFERS
   
Part 1 - (4-A-101 - 4-A-108) SUBJECT MATTER AND DEFINITIONS
   
Part 2 - (4-A-201 - 4-A-212) ISSUE AND ACCEPTANCE OF PAYMENT ORDER
   
Part 3 - (4-A-301 - 4-A-305) EXECUTION OF SENDER'S PAYMENT ORDER BY RECEIVING BANK
   
Part 4 - (4-A-401 - 4-A-406) PAYMENT
   
Part 5 - (4-A-501 - 4-A-507) MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Article 5 - (5-101 - 5-120) LETTERS OF CREDIT
Article 7 - WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS, BILLS OF LADING AND OTHER DOCUMENTS OF TITLE
   
Part 1 - (7-101 - 7-105) GENERAL
   
Part 2 - (7-201 - 7-211) WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS: SPECIAL PROVISIONS
   
Part 3 - (7-301 - 7-309) BILLS OF LADING: SPECIAL PROVISIONS
   
Part 4 - (7-401 - 7-404) WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS AND BILLS OF LADING; GENERAL OBLIGATIONS
   
Part 5 - (7-501 - 7-509) WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS AND BILLS OF LADING: NEGOTIATION AND TRANSFER
   
Part 6 - (7-601 - 7-603) WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS AND BILLS OF LADING: MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Article 8 - INVESTMENT SECURITIES
   
Part 1 - (8-101 - 8-116) SHORT TITLE AND GENERAL MATTERS
   
Part 2 - (8-201 - 8-210) ISSUE and ISSUER
   
Part 3 - (8-301 - 8-307) TRANSFER OF CERTIFICATED AND UNCERTIFICATED SECURITIES
   
Part 4 - (8-401 - 8-602) REGISTRATION
Article 9 - SECURED TRANSACTIONS
   
Part 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
      
Sub Part 1 - (9-101 - 9-108) SHORT TITLE, DEFINITIONS, AND GENERAL CONCEPTS
      
Sub Part 2 - (9-109 - 9-110) APPLICABILITY OF ARTICLE
   
Part 2 - EFFECTIVENESS OF SECURITY AGREEMENT; ATTACHMENT OF SECURITY INTEREST; RIGHTS OF PARTIES TO SECURITY AGREEMENT
      
Sub Part 1 - (9-201 - 9-206) EFFECTIVENESS AND ATTACHMENT
      
Sub Part 2 - (9-207 - 9-210) RIGHTS AND DUTIES
   
Part 3 - PERFECTION AND PRIORITY
      
Sub Part 1 - (9-301 - 9-307) LAW GOVERNING PERFECTION AND PRIORITY
      
Sub Part 2 - (9-308 - 9-316) PERFECTION
      
Sub Part 3 - (9-317 - 9-339) PRIORITY
      
Sub Part 4 - (9-340 - 9-342) RIGHTS OF BANK
   
Part 4 - (9-401 - 9-409) RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES
   
Part 5 - FILING
      
Sub Part 1 - (9-501 - 9-518) FILING OFFICE; CONTENTS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF FINANCING STATEMENT
      
Sub Part 2 - (9-519 - 9-527) DUTIES AND OPERATION OF FILING OFFICE
   
Part 6 - DEFAULT
      
Sub Part 1 - (9-601 - 9-624) DEFAULT AND ENFORCEMENT OF SECURITY INTEREST
      
Sub Part 2 - (9-625 - 9-628) NONCOMPLIANCE WITH ARTICLE
   
Part 7 - (9-700 - 9-710) TRANSITION
Article 11 - (11-101 - 11-108) PROVISIONS FOR TRANSITION FROM ORIGINAL ARTICLE 9 TO REVISED ARTICLE 9
Article 13 - (13-101 - 13-105) EFFECTIVE DATE AND REPEALER

 

 

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