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    Just who owns the U.S. National Debt

    Quote Originally Posted by MSNBC
    The Bush administration talks about spending a million here and a billion there adding up to trillions for the war. Since the country is so far in debt, where is all this money they are talking about spending, coming from? I know it is borrowed, but from whom?
    -- Dick, Howard City, Mich.

    The money is borrowed from buyers of Treasury securities -- which are basically a big batch of IOUs that are auctioned off every three months. As the auction date approaches, the Treasury figures out how much it will need to pay off old debt and cover the government’s latest round of overspending.

    When the auction day comes, buyers submit bids in the form of the interest rate they’re willing to accept. You can choose to make a competitive bid (you ask for a specific rate) or a non-competitive bid (you agree to accept the average rate of other winning bids.) When all the bids are in, the Treasury starts at the bottom, taking the lowest bids until it has collected enough money to cover that round of borrowing.

    The money flows in from all over the place: from individual investors and corporations, pension funds and governments, both in the U.S. and around the world. Basically, anyone with a large amount of cash looking for a safe place to put it is a good candidate for holding U.S. Treasury debt. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17424874/

    Since you say IRS Section says Notice is to go out to "Third Parties" could it be possible that you are the third party? We use someone else's money they have a vested interest in and then do not return the receipts to the trustees, therefore one is taxed every time they make a purchase with other peoples money. Is any of the signatures on them FRNS yours?

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    Just who owns the U.S. National Debt



    Since you say IRS Section says Notice is to go out to "Third Parties" could it be possible that you are the third party? We use someone else's money they have a vested interest in and then do not return the receipts to the trustees, therefore one is taxed every time they make a purchase with other peoples money. Is any of the signatures on them FRNS yours?
    Typically you have been notified in the mail - usually starting with a 90-Day Letter. The first lien sits latent - all you have is a discharge of the debt by private credit from the Fed. The lien goes into effect when you lose the dispute over a tax liability.



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    Right from the JAG office of the Army:

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    Lieber Code of 1863, Executive Order No. 100

    22. Nevertheless, as civilization has advanced during the last centuries, so has likewise steadily advanced, especially in war on land, the distinction between the private individual belonging to a hostile country and the hostile country itself, with its men in arms. The principle has been more and more acknowledged that the unarmed citizen is to be spared in person, property, and honor as much as the exigencies of war will admit. <-- as related to image #2 at the bottom of the page.

    38. Private property, unless forfeited by crimes or by offenses of the owner, can be seized only by way of military necessity, for the support or other benefit of the Army or of the United States. If the owner has not fled, the commanding officer will cause receipts to be given, which may serve the spoliated owner to obtain indemnity.

    40. There exists no law or body of authoritative rules of action between hostile armies, except that branch of the law of nature and nations which is called the law and usages of war on land.


    From a Brochure for Lackland Air Force Base stated:

    Traffic Management and Accident Investigations Course
    This course, taught by the 324th Training Squadron,
    consists of 17 school days (133 course hours) designed
    to teach multiservice military law enforcement personnel
    and occasionally local police officers. This course is not
    an entry-level course, but intermediate-level accident
    investigation training designed to bring the student’s
    abilities nearly to an advanced level within 17 days. After
    graduation, students are well prepared for most accident
    investigations and the next level of instruction at other
    advanced courses. The facility at Lackland has two
    classrooms: one with large drafting tables for plenty of
    space for the diagramming (drawing a sketch of the
    accident scene) exercises and another equipped with
    computers for report writing and diagramming exercises.
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