If banks do not pay out loans from the money they receive as deposits why hasn’t somebody sued them?


Lawful consideration tested and won

Maine Republic Email Alert

  • They have and won!
  • In First National Bank of Montgomery vs. Jerome Daly they were suing him for possession of his property. He took them to court. He was an attorney. He put the Federal Reserve Bank on the stand. He put the Bank on the stand. And he proved that the bank never loaned him their money. They simply created money out of thin air and gave it to him. That’s called no lawful consideration. They never gave lawful consideration. They never gave him any thing of value. They simply took his signature, monetized it, and gave it back to him in the form of a check.
  • So a bank instead of being a lender is a facilitator.
  • You instead of being a borrower in law you are a creator.
  • Try to prove this wrong in the Law of today.
  • In First National Bank of Montgomery vs. Jerome Daly…

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One thought on “If banks do not pay out loans from the money they receive as deposits why hasn’t somebody sued them?

  1. Yep, it is not common knowledge.

    And now:
    Central Banks Will Flood Their Exchange Markets With Liquidity Again!

    We are witnessing institutions acting like Tyrants and Ruffians, Nations are making a Bizarro World!
    The Federal Reserve is tasked with rescuing the stock markets, through market manipulation:
    “Only the Fed can save stocks now: Deutsche Bank”
    See: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/only-fed-save-stocks-now-124627175.html

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