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State Lawyers Associations are International Organized Crime?

The British allegedly went into the Library of Congress and burned paperwork while they sacked Washington DC, set fire to the White Hours and more to keep lawyers from being prevented from holding elected office, ratified 13 Amendment, to the US Constitution. If so, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, both attorneys violate the law running for US President. Lawyers and judges have titles and are above the law, they are above commoners. Rothchilds and other bankers originate out of England.

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Are Bar Associations a 5th Column operation?

This video is about what is really in the old books. A woman in Westchester County New York has been waiting two decades for her 20 million dollar inheritance. The judges, lawyers, bankers, and Bankers Trust of New York have taken all of it except for $150,000 and their victim has a gag order slapped on her, fears being beaten, killed, or jailed for informing on the official criminals. This is a common story nationwide in America.

Nancy Grant questioned whether the Florida Bar Association was a corporation or government. She was terrorized then railroaded to prison. Are Bar Associations in US States rigging courts and circumventing government and representation for taxation.

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Question international corporations, bankers, international organized crime, police, and the courts and fear Police Union and Bar Association retaliation. They will take your house, your job, break up your family, beat you, maybe rape and even kill you. It is all fun for them. Should it be?

The books shown are in the State of Connecticut Library.

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Added: Oct-23-2012 Occurred On: Oct-23-2012
By: SvenVonErick
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Tags: US. Police, State, Connecticut, brutality, OWS, misconduct, NDAA, Martial Law, Patriot Act, civil unrest, wars, protest, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, CIA, FBI, NSA, IRS, DHS, TSA, abolish
Location: Hartford, Connecticut, United States (load item map)
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