Pete Hendrickson’s wife facing sentencing following heresy conviction
Now is the time to step up en masse. I’ve already included as a guest column former Troy major, Janice Daniels, rallying of the forces of local-cum-national freedom. And in my book on the trial, The Motor City Witchcraft Trial(s), I propose gathering at least a thousand individuals to flood the courtroom and the city of Detroit:
“Think of it a minute: tens of thousands of Americans have recovered tens of millions of dollars in hard-earned wealth thanks to Doreen’s husband’s discoveries. Discoveries on account of which the government is willing to horrifically attack Pete’s wife: to send a message to people like ourselves—to the tax-truth community at large. The feds want you to stand down.
“Instead, stand up!
“Wherever you live in the country, figure out a way to get to Detroit and the Levin Courthouse on April 09, 2015. It’s easy, parking across the street is $10 per day, that’s a couple of lattes. Get the latest information from losthorizons.com. What do you think will be the impact of having a thousand people queued up outside of the courtroom milling around in the hallways?!”
[Note: the sentencing hearing has been postponed for no reason, twice. So please keep checking at losthorizons.com until the scheduled time.]
Here’s the ad from indefatigable David Lonier:
Threatened with Jail for Refusing to Lie!
Court Watchers Unite
Doreen Hendrickson, wife of Pete Hendrickson, author of Cracking the Code- The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America, has a court hearing set for:
Thursday, April 9, 2015, 12:00 Noon
231 W. Lafayette, Detroit, 2nd floor, Victoria Roberts courtroom
… for sentencing on a contempt of court charge
This is a case of retaliation against Doreen’s husband for his book, which clearly defines the difference between taxable income and earnings that are not taxable under the IRS Code. Though numerous attempts have been made to discredit and suppress the book, especially through deliberate misrepresentation of its contents by government officials, nothing actually revealed in the book has ever been disputed.
This is Not a Tax Case
Doreen was not convicted of falsifying a tax return, tax evasion or even willful failure to file. Doreen was convicted because she refused to declare that she believes certain of her earnings are the taxable variety! A judge ordered her to declare a belief that those earnings are taxable, and Doreen, who believes otherwise and had said so under oath, rightfully refused. She was then charged with contempt of court for disobeying a judge’s orders, which is the charge upon which she was convicted.
Let’s Pack the Courtroom
Freedom and Justice Demand Active Participation!
PS: I conclude my appeal in the book to attend the former scheduled hearings as follows:
“If 2,000 should come, we’ll pitch tents and roast marshmallows (in the likeness of Judge Roberts :)) down at Grand Circus Park, sell raffle tickets and keys to the city. Celebrate the imminent end of the federal tax juggernaut.”
Let them know we won’t back down and we will relentlessly pursue all those who persist in the corruption of justice and America’s First Principles.
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