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Merrick B. Garland

Attorney General

U.S. Department of Justice

950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington DC 20530

Presumptive Letter and Affidavit/Declaration of Truth

Attention Mr. Garland,

I, Dr. Frederick David Graves, American Justice Foundation® 19420 Heritage Harbor Parkway Lutz, Florida 33558. Questions? Call 866-LAW-EASY,

the undersigned, make this Affidavit/Declaration of Truth of my own free will, and I hereby affirm, declare and swear, under my oath, that I am of legal age and of sound mind and hereby attest that the information contained in this Affidavit/Declaration is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

This letter is lawful notification to you, pursuant to The Bill of Rights to the National Constitution, in particular, the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Ninth Amendments, and Constitution of the State of Florida Article 1: Declaration of Rights, Section 1 - 27 and Constitution of the State of Florida Article 2 General Provisions, Section 5(b): Public Officers and Constitution of the State of Florida Article 6 Suffrage and Elections, Section 3: Oath, and pursuant to your oath, and requires your written response to me specific to the subject matter. Your failure to respond, within 30 days, as stipulated, and rebut, with particularity, everything in this letter with which you disagree is your lawful, legal and binding agreement with and admission to the fact that everything in this letter is true, correct, legal, lawful and binding upon you, in any court, anywhere in America, without your protest or objection or that of those who represent you. Your silence is your acquiescence. See: Connally v. General Construction Co., 269 U.S. 385, 391. Notification of legal responsibility is “the first essential of due process of law.” Also, see: U.S. v. Tweel, 550 F. 2d. 297. “Silence can only be equated with fraud where there is a legal or moral duty to speak or where an inquiry left unanswered would be intentionally misleading.”

Are you an enemy of the 1787 Constitution? Please reply. We would like to know if you are an elected official who follows the 1787 Constitution.

Basis of Law and Facts in this Presumptive Affidavit of Complaint:

1. The Constitution for the United States of America is the Supreme Law of the land and supersedes all other lesser law, statutes, codes, regulations, ordinances and the State Constitution.

2. What is written in the referenced national Constitution is valid, authorized and enforceable. What is not written in the national Constitution is prohibited by that Constitution.

3. Article I, Section 1 of the national Constitution vests all legislative power in Congress. The Constitution does not authorize legislative power in any form to the Executive and Judicial Branches.

4. Article I, Section 10 of the national Constitution declares No State shall make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts.

5. Article III, Section 2 of the national Constitution and Article IV, Section 4 guarantees to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and also, Article VI, Clause 2-3 of the national Constitution declares All Americans are guaranteed a Constitutional Republic.

6. When the State Legislature creates law for the people, that law must be constitutionally compliant specific to the Bill of Rights or it is not valid law binding upon the people.

7. A law must be valid to exist and must exist to be lawfully enforced.

8. All elected and appointed public officials who serve the people, including you, Merrick B. Garland, Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice, are required to take an Oath of Office to support and defend the Constitution before assuming office.

9. Any act passed by any legislature and any action committed by any public officer either supports and upholds the Constitutions, national and state, or opposes and violates them. No public officer has the constitutional authority—or any other form of valid, lawful authority—to oppose and violate the very documents to which s/he swore or affirmed his or her oath.

10. Any unconstitutional actions committed by any public officers, including you, Merrick B. Garland, Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice, invoke the self-executing Sections 3, 4 & 5 of the 14th Amendment, by which the errant public officers immediately vacate their offices, upon commission of their crimes, can no longer hold public office and forfeit all benefits thereof, including salary and pension.

11. Executive orders are not authorized in the national Constitution, therefore are prohibited by the national Constitution.

12. The national Constitution and the Supreme Court recognize and protect the right to interstate travel. The travel right entails privacy and free domestic movement without governmental abridgement.

13. Please provide your Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number for the court.

If you disagree with anything in this letter, then rebut, in kind, that

with which you disagree, in writing, with particularity, to me, within 30

days of this letter’s date, and support your disagreement with evidence,

fact and law. Your failure to respond, as stipulated, is your agreement

with and admission to the fact that everything in this letter is true,

correct, legal, lawful, and is your irrevocable agreement attesting to this,

fully binding upon you, in any court in America, without your protest or

objection and that of those who represent you.

All Rights Reserved,

Dr. Frederick David Graves

Full Printed Name, Affiant

Notary Statement

In the State of ________________

County of _________________

I swear that on this ____ day of __________________, the above named Affiant/Declarant,

_____________________, appeared before me, and, of his own free will, signed this Affidavit of Complaint.

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Notary Public Seal:

My Commission Expires:______________ Date:

References

Oath of Office

files.floridados.gov/media/702653/dsde56-oath-acceptance-sept-2023.pdf

Constitution

files.floridados.gov/media/693801/florida-constitution.pdf

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