Truth Justice and the American Way

When I was growing up, Superman was the ultimate hero on American television. The opening promotion proudly proclaimed that Superman was fighting for "truth, justice, and the American way!" Unfortunately, Superman is fiction, and there is neither truth nor justice in our American court rooms today.

My good friend, Bernard Von Nothaus has been convicted of counterfeiting in what I perceive to be one of the most blatant examples of fraud this world has ever known. An Alice in Wonderland event where up is down, and nothing is real. Bernard is the genius behind the Liberty Dollar, a private, silver-backed alternative currency to the worthless fiat paper printed by the Federal Reserve. The trial was a white wash of a corrupt economic system, and the jurors were almost certainly bribed or intimidated into presenting a guilty verdict. Bernard is now waiting for sentencing. I've included his eMail request for written letters to the sentencing judge, followed by my own letter to Judge Richard Voorhees.

Superman is a work of fiction, which means we can't rely on him for our truth and justice. Therefore we have to fight for "truth, justice, and the American way" ourselves. Please take the time to write a letter to Judge Voorhees on Bernard's behalf. If you do, please leave a comment here to show your support for a real American hero.

Alert of January 18, 2012

Please Write to Judge Voorhees

Dear Liberty Dollar Supporters!

Now that I am simply waiting for my sentencing date, the time has come for your direct participation in the legal process that will help define your seized property, the future of the Liberty Dollar and possibly the rest of my life.

I know you have been wronged and suffered in many ways due to the government raid and court actions. I know you have been damaged emotionally and economically because of your stand for value and because you have been alienated from your seized property. And I know you have suffered politically over the loss that the Liberty Dollar could have provided to our great country.

Now is the time for you to speak up with a personal letter addressed to: The Honorable Richard L. Voorhees who was my trial judge and the judge who will sentence me very shortly. It is my opinion that the jury erred and the judge was fair and impartial so please address Judge Voorhees respectfully.

Your letter need not be long. Please simply mention that you know me, heard me speak at an event, was a supporter, an associate, RCO or merchant or simply a part of the Liberty Dollar organization, used Liberty Dollars or supported the moral cause for a honest value based currency. And then explain why I should not go to prison because the Liberty Dollar was good for you and our country or that you don't know of any victims or that I am a good person or that you know I had no criminal intent.

FYI: The sheer number of letters speaks much louder than the size of any one letter. So please share this request with your family and friends. I need individual letters from as many people as possible.

Please send your brief letter ASAP to:
The Honorable Richard L. Voorhees
U.S. District Judge
United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
250 Charles R. Jonas Federal Bldg.
401 West Trade Street
Charlotte NC 28202
And add: PLEASE FREE BVNH to the bottom left hand corner of your envelope.

After sentencing, the case regarding the seized material will begin the long process that will ultimately conclude with the return of your wrongfully seized property.

Many, many thanks for your kind support and assistance during these trying times. Your efforts and donations to return American to an honest monetary system of just weights and measures will not be long forgotten and hopefully will lead the way towards those goals that we share in common. It is towards that end that I hope and pray.

Bernard von NotHaus
Monetary Architect
Liberty Dollar

Here is my letter to Judge Voorhees

January 18, 2012

The Honorable Richard L. Voorhees
U.S. District Judge
United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
250 Charles R. Jonas Federal Bldg.
401 West Trade Street
Charlotte NC 28202 Dear Judge Voorhees,

My name is Michael Badnarik. Bernard Von Nothaus is my personal friend, and a hero to millions of patriots across the country. We are grateful to Bernard for offering us an alternative currency that is immune to the ravages of inflation. We are unhappy with the recent conclusion of his trial, and we are hoping that you will suspend his sentence, or significantly reduce it. It is preposterous to think that Bernard is a new type of domestic terrorist as suggested by the prosecution. Your decision will demonstrate whether justice still prevails in the United States, and many of us await it with uncertain trepidation.

Yours in Liberty,

Michael Badnarik
4144 Henry Avenue
Hammond, Indiana 46327

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