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DOJ abandons foreclosure case midstream –
no jurisdiction outside of D.C.
Karen Hudes Mon, Jan 9, 2016 10:27 AM
I have already informed my social media about Federal courts having no jurisdiction outside of the District of Columbia,
and will update them with the latest information about the IRS forfeiting
Trowbridge’s second foreclosure case.
Date: Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 5:44 PM
Subject: DOJ abandons foreclosure case midstream – no jurisdiction outside of D.C.
Greetings Friends [bcc],
Here’s a report from November 2015 about a lawsuit over IRS property foreclosures. This info may be useful to you or someone you know.
Breaking News on a follow up to our earlier story about IRS Jurisdiction being challenged. Ok, so we got the inside scoop and a lot has gone down and there is still a lot to come! Here is the breakdown:
Dr. John Parks-Trowbridge, Jr. had his property seized by the IRS, and began fighting to get it back in a case that leads all the way back to 1996.
Trowbridge takes the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which of course denies him cert (which means they will not hear his case). This is not surprising since Trowbridge only used SCOTUS (Supreme Court Of The United States) rulings to back up his position in the brief he filed. Had they taken his case, they would have had no choice but to rule in his favor admitting that the District and Federal Courts have no jurisdiction in Federal cases including tax cases on those living outside DC. Well, ok, so we knew they would never hear the case, but what was the result of this case?
Skip now to another situation, they had come after another one of Trowbridge’s properties in an attempt to harass and further impoverish the good Doctor and he files a demand for proof of jurisdiction which requires an answer within a certain timeframe. Well, the court went silent refusing to answer thereby forfeiting the foreclosure case against Trowbridge’s property!
So, what does that mean? Well, first it means that the District Court in Lufkin was caught in a pinch with nowhere to go since all of the cases cited in Trowbridge’s brief came from SCOTUS rulings, proving that the district courts have no jurisdiction in Federal cases including Income Tax cases. Second, it means Trowbridge is due damages; and third it means the jig is completely up on Federal IRS jurisdiction at least for those who know the law and know about this case! How is THAT for TrueNews?
So, what was in the jurisdictional challenge that Trowbridge filed in the abandoned foreclosure case? We have it here for you, enjoy the interesting read and don’t forget to like, subscribe and share!
Further, Trowbridge has released all his documents pertaining to this case from the first filing to the abandoned foreclosure for your benefit. Use these documents to educate yourself on how to challenge the courts jurisdiction. He has posted everything at www.SupremeCourtCase.wordpress.com.
Stay tuned as we will be bringing you updates as we get them. This information must go far and wide