Begun : Local Resident Says Police Enforcement Illegal And All Debt Is
Cancelled – 22 March 2013
Posted on March 22, 2013 by lucas2012infos | Leave a comment
Ira Goodman says that because all banks, corporations and governments
have been foreclosed on by the “One People’s Public Trust,” we are no
longer subject to “Illegal actions” like a speeding ticket, which he
received last week from Eureka Springs police. He’s testing that theory.
He also says that as of Monday, all debt is cancelled. Photo by Kathryn
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On Wednesday, March 13, local resident Ira Goodman was stopped for
speeding, going 31 mph in a 15 mph zone, by Eureka Springs Police
Officer Shannon Hill. He was issued a citation.
But he’s not worried.
He’s not going to pay it, and furthermore, as of Monday, he says he
no longer owes money on his student loan, as his debt was cancelled, and
he’s busy discharging other financial obligations, such as his electric
Goodman maintains that all branches of government and their agencies,
as well as corporations all over the world, have been foreclosed on and
no longer have any power over the people, including any institutions to
which people are indebted. All that has gone away.
Goodman refused to sign his speeding ticket, wrote the words “under
duress” on the signature line and later hand-delivered “courtesy
notices” to the police department, specifically Police Chief Earl Hyatt
and Officer Hill, that explain that they have unlimited personal
liability for their actions, that Goodman does not give consent to any
actions against his “secured BE’ing” and they are ordered to cease and
desist all action against him. If they don’t, he will send them, per
each future contact, invoices for amounts from 5,000 to up to 10,000
troy ounces of 99.9 percent pure silver, which he says is the people’s
“real money,” instead of the paper “play” money printed by the
He said he will not appear in court. He served Judge Tim Parker with a courtesy notice as well.
He said he has also served notices to the Department of Workforce
Services over unemployment benefits, a notice to Sallie May about his
student loan, and notices to officers of the court in Pea Ridge where he
received another speeding ticket.
“He is one of these types of people who does not believe that the
government has authority over him,” said Hyatt by phone Friday. “He does
not believe he is subject to the laws. We call them ‘sovereign
citizens.’ They don’t recognize the banks, the government, all that kind
Goodman is acting on the premises of a movement called the “One
People’s Public Trust 1776″ which contends that in December 2012 it
“foreclosed on all governments and banks, removed the financial elite’s
power, returning all wealth and gold back to its rightful owners, the
And on Monday, OPPT filed actions which have now cancelled all debt.
Goodman says he called Sallie May on Monday, and they told him his
student loan debt was cancelled as a result of these OPPT filings. He
said he did not ask for documentation confirming that, but he will.
According to its website, OPPT was started by three trustees, Heather
Ann Tucci-Jarraf, an alleged former international banking lawyer; Caleb
Paul Skinner; and Hollis Randall Hillner.
In her career, Tucci-Jarraf said she saw fraud everywhere: “corrupt
government corporations in bed with banks and the world’s powerful
OPPT claims the Declaration of Independence and original Constitution
were usurped when the U.S. government was corporatized and the Federal
Reserve system was established, and citizens became enslaved as
collateral. When corporations took over and deliberately crashed the
stock market, causing the Great Depression, governments were forced into
debt, and the “slavery by debt” system was entrenched.
The OPPT used the little-known and little-understood Uniform
Commercial Code to file its foreclosures, allegedly freeing everyone
from debt and being subject to rules and laws, it explains on its
website. It provides templates for people to give notice to
corporations, banks and governments, informing them they no longer have
power or legal authority to collect debts and that any so-called debts
can be paid by money set aside after each individual’s birth certificate
created a fictional “strawman” which the corporations hold as
Goodman says these foreclosures apply even to his speeding ticket.
“When you get a ticket, it’s an offer for a contract and falls under
contract law,” he said. “It’s like buying an automobile. You have three
days to turn around and say, ‘This does not work for me.’ It’s the same
with a traffic ticket. You have three days to bring it in and say
‘refused for cause.’”
The police, acting under the authority of the city, are in effect
disbanded, he says, because the City of Eureka Springs was incorporated,
and the corporations no longer exist.
“They are acting as fictional governments,” he said. “They are not
true governments. Under the Declaration of Independence and Bill of
Rights we are the sovereigns, we are the rulers, and the government is
beneath us. That whole thing was flipped because of the series of
bankruptcies the country went through.”
Goodman said the whole premise of everyone acting as individuals is
that when human beings are not put in positions of emotional distress
created by fear and greed, they will act with love and goodwill toward
each other and work out their problems between themselves without Big
“We are in a different time. The planet and the people are evolving
right now. The old consciousness is ending, and now we are moving into a
new consciousness of love,” he said.
He said rules such as speed limits are arbitrary and “meant to control us.”
“The excuse they give is they are going to protect us from ourselves.”
Goodman said he has no hard feelings toward Hyatt or Hill.
“I think they are great guys, and this is nothing personal about
them,” he said. “We have to get over this fiction…. Since the agency has
been foreclosed, that fiction no longer exists.”
Hyatt doesn’t quite see it that way.
“I can’t predict the future, but if someone does not pay and fails to
appear in court, then their driver’s license is suspended and a warrant
is issued for their arrest and they go to county jail,” he said. “He
would be given an opportunity to go in front of the judge, and if he
doesn’t follow the orders of the court, there will be consequences.”
He said others claiming to be sovereign citizens have paid and/or served time.
“The law is the law; everybody has to follow it,” Hyatt said. “Mr.
Goodman refused to sign the ticket. Shannon could have arrested him at
that point but didn’t because he’s a local resident.”
Hyatt said he is not familiar specifically with OPPT, but this was
not the department’s first “go-around with this type of person.”
“Quite frankly, it’s kind of entertaining.”
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