By Doug Newman

November 2, 2007

November 2, 2007


Honorable Orinda Evans

United States District Courthouse

75 Spring Street

Room 1988

Atlanta, GA 30303


Judge Evans,

I write regarding the case The United States v. Sherry Peel Jackson. (Case No: 1:07-CR-108)

All Mrs. Jackson is asking is that someone show her – and, in so doing, the American people – the specific law requiring the American people to pay taxes on their income.


If you cannot present such a law, Mrs. Jackson is thereby not guilty of breaking any law and you must let her go free.


If you cannot present such a law, you have no authority whatsoever to issue any sentence.


If you cannot present such a law, and you deprive Mrs. Jackson of her liberty and/or property anyway, you will thereby show yourself to be a tyrant of the most heinous and un-American sort.


If you cannot present such a law and you punish Mrs. Jackson in any way, you will have perpetrated a judicial travesty and you will deserve to be impeached and removed from office. Article 3, Section 1 of the United States Constitution states that “The judges, both of the supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behaviour…” A federal judgeship is not a guaranteed job-for-life.


If, on the other hand, you let Mrs. Jackson go free, you will establish yourself as a true patriot and hero. And I use these words in the noblest “1776” sense.


The choice is yours. You have an opportunity here to be a hero or a zero. Make the right choice.


So help you God,


Douglas F. Newman 

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