Constitutional Fellowship Friends,
Has anyone experienced challenging a bank for doing properly their Fiduciary Duty. Of this, in a law club meeting with Karl G. Granse, I understood that he did challenge the banks understanding of what It meant to not discriminate against race, Religion, color or Creed. Many of these banks did not understand their Fiduciary Duty. They would, for example, only deal with Social Security Members, or Federal Employees. As a consequence, Karl Granse got a copy of their bank charter. This charter said banks were authorized to exist for The Public not just singling out a specific sector. Because these banks did not understand their Fiduciary Duty not to Discriminate, Karl Granse got their Bank Charter pulled! Of this, I wonder if any one in our Club has experienced this scenario...?