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 chal…

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...?

Best Regards, 

John Crooks

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Comment by John Anthony B. Crooks on February 20, 2020 at 2:00am

So true! Judge Anna Von Reitz, who has been so very, very accurate in her writings, gave me the perfect answer, which I presented to Mazuma Credit Union in  K.C. Missouri; however, insteadof taking time to think what I said over they called 5 policemen to arrest me and throw me in jail saying I was using a False I.D., which was A Lab Corp. DNA/RNA Card, and my Lifetime Alumnus Card and my Lifetime Teaching Certificate, .. This was complete bunk! As a result, I got Dr. Ted Landry, Magna Cum Laude,

to assist me writing a notice rebuttal...each policemen can spend 10 years in jail!

to assist writing

Comment by Dr Dan Eichenbaum on February 19, 2020 at 4:27pm

Adherence to the Rule of Law is critical to preserving individual freedom.  Words have meaning, especially if they are part of a legal document, legally enacted legislation, or signed contracts (interpersonal, corporate, or governmental).  Individual activists must stand up to be the watchdogs over corporations and governments.    

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