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Chief Judge Malfourd W. Trumbo, 25th Circuit Court of Virginia
Chief Judge Dennis J. (?) Smith. 19th Circuit Court of Virginia
Head Board of Supervisors, Highland County
Head Board of Supervisors, Fairfax County
The clause "The Trustee shall have no individual libility or obligation whatsoever in ........." in the Deed at book8307page1447 in the records of the 19th Virginia Circuit Court and their 2012 lien sent to the 25th Virginia Circuit Court or somewhere in Highland County, Virginia. The property the lien is against is still not identified.
Dear Judges of the 25th Circuit Court of Virginia and the Highland County Board of Sypervisors:
Chief Judge Trumbo
Chief Judge Smith
Supervisors for Fairfax?
Anthony Miner OConnell
439 S. Vista Del RioGreen Valley, Arizona 85614
December 16, 2016
The Honorable Chief Judge Malfourd W. Trumbo
The Honorable Judge Anita D. Filson
The Honorable Judge Victor V. Ludwig
The Honorable Charles L. Ricketts Ill
25th Judicial Circuit Court of Virginia
P. O. Box 190
Monterey, Virginia 24465-0190
Chief Judge Malfourd W. Trumbo,
Judge Anita D. Filson,
Judge Victor V. Ludwig,
Judge Charles L. Ricketts IlI:
Please have the secrecy surrounding the attached lien notices (attachment "1-takefarm9p.pdf") removed so I can clear the title to my property in Highland County and sell it. The secrecy puts a lock on my property. It shifts control of my property to those who control the secrecy.
On May 11, 2012, the lien was made to appear as if it was placed against assets in the Blue Grass Valley Bank. I had no assets in the Blue Grass Valley Bank. On July 26, 2012, the lien was made to appear as if it was placed against assets in The First and Citizen's Bank. I had no assets in The First and Citizen's Bank. What property is the lien actually against? Concealment is against the law. http://www.chiefjudgesmith.com/reference/conceal4p.pdf
It is against the law for Fairfax County to send a lien for unpaid taxes on a property in Fairfax County (Accotink) to another county. Did anyone question why this lien was sent to Highland County? Was this lien accepted by your Court?
Was this lien accepted by your Court? If this lien was not accepted by your Court, what is it doing in Highland County? Do you think there is a plan to go outside the Court and make it appear as if it did go through the Court? I believe the following suggests the intent of those in control is to make it appear that they have to sell my farm and proceeds will disappear. I believe they can jerk me around as long as they want:
"In Virginia a local government and it's Attorneys have administrative collection remedies available without having to resort to Court actions to collect on funds due."
(From TACS John Rife to Anthony OConnell, July 31, 2012, at 5:25 pm) (attachment "3-tacs29p.pdf")
This is against the law: The lien notice dated May 11, 2012, states that I owe $27,669.42 in taxes. As of November 6, 2010, I was owed $127,290.17 in reimbursement. What are the accounting trails leading to $27,669.42? (attachment "7-compute-tax17p") This is against the law: It is against the law to make a Trustee individually liable when the Trust documents state that the Trustee is not individually liable.
The Trust Deed for the property in Fairfax County (Accotink) states "The Trustee shall have no individual liability or obligation whatsoever arising from his ownership as Trustee, of the legal title to said property, …. ". (attachment "5-not-liable-deed11p.pdf") http://www.chiefjudgesmith.com/deed/deed-ignore-home.html
There is no trust property in Highland County. I own my real estate in Highland County as an individual (attachment "2-farm-deed7p.pdf") http://www.farm139.com
History suggests that the planting of concealed confusion and conflict is intended to create a multipurpose tool to take control of assets and the people who own them. Those who control the entanglement control the people and assets that are entangled. Please have the law enforced such as exposing the lien trails so I can clear the title to my property so I can sell it.
Anthony M. OConnell