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Slaves by Law

Slaves by Law by Jose M. Paulino, ISBN: 9781440499012
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ISBN: 9781440499012
Publisher: Createspace
Published: October 2009
Format: Paperback
Language: English

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Slaves by Law

This is the book that will give you the strength and knowledge to defend your money and property against the criminal establishment. If you are consistently being harassed by debt collectors, the traffic (ticket) scam, or if you have fallen victim to the home foreclosure racket, this is the book that you need to study. So fasten your seatbelts as this book takes you on a journey into the ultimate realm of double speak and deception-THE COURT ROOM. In this book you will learn how the CRIMINAL ELITE have hi-jacked our judicial system in order to help keep the people in slavery. The deception is done according to what has been written as "LAW." This book is going to wow the enemy, as it dismantles an important sector of the control grid-The Legal System. This is the information that will settle the score once and for all! Are we free? Or are we slaves?

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