By Anna Von Reitz
Obviously, fraud. That, surely.
But there is so much more to what has been done to us by our "Public Servants".... conscription, inland piracy, racketeering, kidnapping, press-ganging, enslavement, false presumption, false arrests, false impersonation, deliberate mischaracterization, plundering, pillaging, unauthorized hypothecation of debt, conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy against The Constitution, invasion, trespassing, copyright infringement, trademark violations, identity theft, grand theft and larceny..... I could probably go on all night, but at the root of it---- besides constructive fraud in general, there is a nagging need to nail down a razor-sharp diagnosis of what has gone on here, and in the end, after several years of ruminating about this at odd hours, I believe that Congressman Louis T. McFadden nailed it back in 1934: unlawful conversation.