Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Paul Andrew Mitchell (political prisoner in the USA) letter writing campaign

Paul Andrew Mitchell (political prisoner in the USA) letter writing campaign

Date: 10/26/2014 8:05:50 AM
Subject: GOAL: 1,000 letters (Paul Andrew Mitchell letter writing campaign)
Message: Let's see if we can generate one thousand letters for Paul
(see TEMPLATE letter Paul has drafted for action by
Judge Douglas M. Harpool in Springfield, Missouri).

Ask 10 of your contacts to sign and mail that letter,
and ask each contact to ask another 10, and so on:

10 x 10 x 10

His challenge to the "not self-executing" Declaration in the
Senate's ICCPR ratification does have enormous potential.

Be sure to include overseas contacts as well e.g. in other
English-speaking countries that also ratified the ICCPR.

p.s.  Larry Saccato is acting as Paul's Legal Assistant,
"Next Friend", and Interim Trustee of Paul's private Estate:

Larry's email address:  <>

MANY THANKS, everyone!

Date: 10/26/2014 8:06:18 AM
Subject: PAM letter writing campaign (pls forward widely)
Hon. Douglas M. Harpool
United States District Judge
c/o Clerk of Court, USDC/WDMO/Southern Division
222 N. John Q. Hammons Parkway, Room 1400
Springfield 65806-2515
Missouri, USA

Dear Judge Harpool,

I am writing with sincere concern for the plight of political prisoner
Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S., now detained at USMCFP in
Springfield, Missouri, under highly suspicious circumstances.

On good authority we are now told that the Federal District Court
in Cheyenne, Wyoming, never perfected jurisdiction in personam,
chiefly because of missing -and- defective credentials e.g. Oaths of Office
for Nancy D. Freudenthal and Stephan Harris, among several others.

Consequently, it appears your Court now has jurisdiction in personam,
by virtue of U.S. ex rel. Mitchell v. Freudenthal et al., as mailed to
your Clerk of Court on October 9, 2014, from the USMCFP Mail Room.
See, for example, 31 U.S.C. 3730(h) (relief from retaliatory actions).

We are also extremely interested to learn recently that Paul now intends
to challenge the "not self-executing" Declaration in the U.S. Senate's
ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ("ICCPR")
for violating the Petition Clause in the First Amendment (read "the Right
conservative of all other rights").  On the Internet, please see:


A favorable ruling by your Court on that challenge has the real potential
to open flood gates of valuable and beneficial human rights litigation  --
not only in America, but in other States Party to that important Treaty.

America needs and deserves a private right of action to enforce the ICCPR
i.e. effective judicial remedies for violations of our Fundamental Rights
notwithstanding that the violations were committed by persons acting
in some official capacity.

Such a wise precedent may also begin to reverse the steady decline
we observe in the reputation of the Federal Judiciary across the board.

Please reply with the correct Docket number, so that we may file
correspondence in support of the REMEDIES REQUESTED by Paul's
"Qui Tam" Joinders, etc.

Thank you for your time and attention, Judge Harpool.

p.s. We do not need any repeats of Dr. Sell's ordeal!
See Washington v. Harper, 494 U.S. 210 (1990).

Sincerely yours,
APPLICATION FOR DISQUALIFICATIONS: 28 USC 144 (containing AFFIDAVIT OF BIAS AND PREJUDICE & DEMAND FOR RECUSAL as well as NOTICE TO COUNSELS: USA v. Hill et al. & NOTICE OF ERRORS re: Harris & Harris, P.C.) - from Paul Andrew Mitchell USMCFP/Springfield

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