THE CLARION EDICT Vol. 1 Issue 4 – January 22, 2012

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Published in: on January 22, 2012 at 7:56 pm  Leave a Comment  

Foreclosure Showdown In Cincinnati at the Southern District Court of Ohio, Jan. 25th !

“district court of the United States”
vs. “United States District Court”

Rodney Dale Class of North Carolina Assisting Ohio Couple In Case Against American Savings Bank, Et al.



Post Oak Public Relations

Cincinnati, OH — A showdown of wills is scheduled for Wednesday, January 25th at 9:00 AM at either the Southern District Court of Ohio Bankruptcy Division at 100 East Fifth Street in Cincinnati OR 221 E. Fourth Street, Atrium Two, Suite 800, Cincinnati. We apologize for the confusion of which location, but that seems to standard operating procedure.

At stake is the will and the rights of the people versus the machinations of the government.

Rodney Dale Class, well known North Carolina Private Attorney General, is assisting an Ohio couple in their foreclosure case against the American Savings Bank, Farm Credit Services Of Mid-America, Quality Car & Truck Leasing and Scioto County Board Of Commissioners/Revolving Loan Fund C/O George L. Davis, III, Et al.

Mr. Class is assisting the couple, who are the Plaintiffs, by invoking the de jure “district court of the United States” rather than the de facto “UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.” This invocation is causing some tense reaction from the Defendants. The case number is 11-bk-15607 and is scheduled to be heard by Administrative Law Judge Beth A. Buchanan.

Some of the Defendants attorneys are demanding that the Plaintiffs withdraw their paper work from the court.

The hearing is a bit up in the air as this normally public hearing may be closed to the public at the last minute depending on the interest that’s generated ! If you’re planning to attend to observe or serve as support for the Plaintiffs, plan to be at either court building at least by 8:30 AM. The exact court location may not be easy to determine, but you never can tell, so be prepared to traipse around for a while. Use the case number above when inquiring.

The Federal Southern District main clerk’s phone is: 513-564-7500.
The Bankruptcy main court phone is: 513-684- 2572.
Directions for Southern District Court at:
and for the Bankruptcy Court at:

Rodney Dale Class’ website:


Published in: on January 21, 2012 at 4:46 pm  Leave a Comment  


Romney Parks Millions in Cayman Islands

“Although it is not apparent on his financial disclosure form, Mitt Romney has millions of dollars of his personal wealth in investment funds set up in the Cayman Islands, a notorious Caribbean tax haven.”

 U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte’s Cayman Islands Connection and backroom meeting with lobbyists.

Published in: on January 21, 2012 at 3:04 am  Leave a Comment  


Printed in the Clarion Edict

by Dorothy Lafortune

The American public has awakened. If our ” elected representatives” would have upheld the Rule of Law, upheld their oaths of office, performed their duties as they were paid to do, we the people would not have been forced to obtain a free education. Although it has been time-consuming, we have obtained more education than would have by attending law school and receiving a college degree. It is a blessing in disguise that our “representatives” and “employees” (federal, state, county, local) have failed in their duties and forced the people to research and investigate the corrupt agenda of our so-called “representatives” and their “employee gate-keepers.” Gate-keeper: one who answers the telephone (secretary, aide) and denies us access to our “representatives.” Now it is up to those of you who have not taken this opportunity to a free education to do so. It is hard work and time consuming. You must realize that our “reps” will not make change, we the people will make change.

The “revolving door policy” has been in effect for decades. Maine, New Jersey and New Hampshire (let’s not forget Washington DC) have a great investment in “revolving doors.” It’s a great “product” to keep their agenda in place. It’s also a terrific “security tool” for “gatekeepers” of elected officials who will eventually climb the ladder to a higher position.

On January 5, 2011, when Paul LePage became the state’s first Republican governor in 16 years his pledge to Maine people was very simple: “It’s going to be people ahead of politics.” “The framers had it right.” LePage pledged “to listen and work constructively” with anyone bringing forth sincere solutions to the state’s problems. “We are going to get around and learn from the people of Maine.”

States Governor LePage, “Basically, it’s very simple. If I’m running my own business, I’d like to know what my employees are up to, and that’s all I’m asking. Let’s just have open communication.”

On March 18, 2011 I had the opportunity to speak with Governor LePage during his Capitol for a Day tour in York County. He had just placed a Maine’s “Open for Business” sign and I reminded him that his office must also be open for business, unlike past governors. I spoke to him about the loss (theft) of my business property and home due to corrupt bankers, officials and others, and rubber-stamped by a corrupt judicial system. I hand delivered him some documents and requested a meeting with him to detail which government entities/committees/commissions are a real problem for small business owners and residents. I believe that I have much to offer in assisting with his administration in moving forward and making the state of Maine a better place for business and its people. Governor LePage was very cordial, interested and receptive. He promised to meet with me.  Unfortunately, a meeting did not happen with Governor LePage.  However, the governor arranged a meeting with Ronald McKinnon, Dept. of Economic & Community Development, on Wednesday, May 11th. I attended the meeting with another person.

We presented several issues to Mr. McKinnon, some of which come under his “umbrella” and those that did not fall under his authority we asked that he bring to the proper channels, including Governor LePage. Relative to Maine’s business climate toward our small businesses, we presented problems we faced with non-compliance of the law, of policies, of rules and regulations by town/city officials and state employees within various agencies that are in place to protect us, but have failed us miserably and irreparably. We also presented documentation of the deceptive practices and “behind closed doors” tactics used by city officials, specifically Biddeford, Saco and Lisbon, in concert with specific individuals and financial institutions with their deceptive and unfair trade practices to steal not only our businesses, but our homes. The intentional burning of one’s home in Lisbon, followed by another loss of property in Topsham (determined as a result of arson, yet to be justified), the unlawful interference by local officials and rubber-stamped by Maine’ judicial system which only resulted in further economic loss and expense to the State of Maine and its taxpayers.

We brought forward the unresponsiveness of state officials, the “conflicts of interest”, poor job performances, lack of oversight and accountability that exist in some Maine government agencies/departments/committees/commissions which pose a real problem for small business owners and residents.

We also brought forth documented evidence which warrants investigations and/or audits into the following:

Bureau of Financial Institutions, Lloyd LaFountain

Bureau of Insurance, Mila Kofman


Attorney General’s Office (inc. Criminal Complaint)

Secretary of State

State Auditor, Neria Douglass (3 letters – no responses)

Department of Human Services (elder abuse, nursing homes, evidence of Medicaid fraud)

Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices, Jonathan Wayne

Municipalities – Biddeford, Saco, Lisbon

Committee on Judicial Responsibility and Disability (the removal of judicial members policing justices will remove the “root” of the problems faced by small businesses and residents in this state.)

We requested Mr. McKinnon’s intervention in taking the necessary steps through the proper channels, including Governor LePage, to initiate investigations, audits and restitution as this is a matter of public interest and trust. After my July 17th request for an update, McKinnon responsed on September 14th with not so pleasant news. He had “explored this matter with people I trust and find no conspiracy or other unlawful acts on the part of any of the people and parties you have accused of illegal seizures of properties or persecuting actions.” What? We presented him with documented evidence, pictures, videos! Due to the vagueness of his McKinnon’s letter, I filed a FOA (Freedom of Access) request in which to provide the names of the people he trusts and reports. It took 3 FOAs for him to reply that he did not request any documents, responses, nor did he submit a report to the Governor. THIS AMOUNTS TO HEARSAY! McKinnon’s job performance is less than poor and obviously politically motivated. Who are these “trusted” people he speaks of? The same ones that our state legislators and other state employees talk to.

Through past administrations there has always been the excuse, including the Attorney General’s Office – top law enforcement agency in the State, that “there’s nothing we can do.” This being the case, it is MY opinion that the state has 2 choices: 1) replace the person in charge of an agency or 2) if an agency is not serving its purpose/mission, eliminate the agency. This would be fiscally responsible. Paying salaries of employees who fail in their job performance is a misuse of taxpayer money. Our elected officials also fall short in upholding their oaths of office and in performing their duties and obligations as the law requires. Are they incompetent, have a vested interest or have a motive to their madness? All of the above. But they do “get by with a little help from their friends.” Remember, they have “stock” in “Revolving Doors.”

With Governor LePage not realizing that he has surrounded himself with the wrong people, specifically (former) Governor Baldacci leftovers, his vision for Maine cannot, and will not, be achieved……”Maine, one where all of our citizens prosper now and into the future.” The crew is only as good as its captain.

LePage has said there are more welfare recipients in the state than income tax payers, seeking to drive home the point that the state’s systems are financially unsustainable.   It only makes common sense that there would be more welfare recipients than income tax payers when people are losing their homes/businesses through fraudulent foreclosures or “behind closed doors” deals in city halls, being thrown out into the street like wild animals, and the legislature agrees wholeheartedly!

Maine is not open for business when our elected officials turn a deaf ear to the deliberate destruction of families, their constituents! For decades our representatives have refused to keep their constitutional promise to the people and have demonstrated a blatant disregard for the rule of law…..laws that they themselves created. This is when lawmakers become lawbreakers.

Governor LePage, it’s time for you to take this “bull by the horns.” The people will support you and pursuant to the Maine Constitution, Art. V, Executive Power, Section 12. Shall enforce the laws. The Governor shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

As manager of Marden’s, if customers reported to the supervisor(s) that people were stealing from Marden’s and the supervisor(s) did nothing, would LePage have fired his supervisor(s)? Would he take the word of his customers versus the hearsay of his supervisor(s)?

It was reported in the BDN that when LePage was manager of Marden’s they used “secret shoppers” to measure employee performance and to check on whether stores were implementing policies. The shoppers were company employees that posed as shoppers and developed valuable data for company management. “We need that in state government, “he said. “ We need to know what is really happening.”

Well, the Clarion Edict is the place to get valuable data for the state of Maine management.

Is a massive destructive political sunami ready to hit Augusta where state and federal laws are violated at the expense of our people, our lives/livelihoods, where elder abuse, police brutality, judicial misconduct, unfair trade practices, official corruption, and double standard of justice have become a way of life in the state of Maine? What happened to “people before poliltics?”

“The People cannot be safe without information. When the press is free, and every man is able to read, all is safe.” — Thomas Jefferson

“Every violation of truth is not only a sort of suicide in the liar, but is a stab at the health of human society.” Ralph Waldo Emerson


AP source:

“The discounts went to Reps. Howard McKeon and Elton Gallegly of California, said the official, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the loans and requested anonymity. Their identities were first reported by The Wall Street Journal.”

“The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has been investigating whether members of Congress received VIP discounts. The Associated Press reported previously that four House members had received the discounts. One of the four remains unidentified publicly.”

“Countrywide was the nation’s largest mortgage company and played a major role in the U.S. financial crisis by issuing subprime loans. The company also had its VIP program, with some of the favored customers known as “Friends of Angelo” — a reference to chief executive Angelo Mozilo.”

“Mozilo in 2010 agreed to more than $67 million in penalties in a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.”

View article, click here.

Published in: on January 15, 2012 at 9:20 pm  Leave a Comment  


BDN reports “LePage ethics bill would require lawmakers to report business between state, family.”

“Gov. Paul LePage is proposing legislation to close a loophole in ethics laws that has allowed high-level state officials not to report millions in state payments to organizations run by themselves or their spouses. The governor’s legal counsel said the bill was prompted by a Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting story last week that revealed that between 2003 and 2010 the state paid almost $235 million to such organizations. (View article, click here.)

Dan Billings, who drafted the legislation, said, “This is a reasonable problem that has a reasonable solution. Particularly in the legislative branch where you have a citizens’ Legislature, you’re going to have people who have these conflicts, but everybody should know about it and then people can act properly and make sure everybody acts properly and makes decisions accordingly.”

Billings added, “But if you don’t have the information, you can’t do that.

LePage’s bill, whose lead legislative sponsor is Senate President Kevin Raye, R-Perry, would require legislators, executive branch officials and constitutional officers such as the attorney general and secretary of state to disclose if organizations they or family members are affiliated with — as owners or management-level employees — are paid more than $1,000 annually by the state.”

I did a little research on this.

Shalom House Board of Directors, click here and here:  Treasurer, William Saufley Kennebunk Savings Bank; Florence Young, LCSW Casey Family Services (Maine Supreme Court Chief Justice Leigh Saufley was a member of the Casey Family Program Advisory Board, 1988-90. (See bio in Legislative Directory) Did Chief Justice Saufley get paid with state funds as a board member?

Is William Saufley, Board Member and Treasurer of the Shalom House and Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of Kennebunk Savings Bank, the husband of Chief Justice Saufley?

Alexander Meagher joined Kennebunk Savings Bank as Assistant Vice President, Associate General Counsel. Prior to Kennebunk Savings, Meagher worked as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Read more, click here.

Will the Governor’s bill require disclosure of family members who are judges?

AIB Radio Presents…A TWO Day, Power-Packed Special “Hands On” Mission Seminar With Rod Class and Mr. EJ

Knowledge is power ! And, Knowledge can be more Powerful “IF” Applied !

Date: February 10,11,12 – 2012

Fri (10) late afternoon-evening meet and greet

Sat (11) and Sun (12) 9:00 AM. To 6:00 PM. (lunch 1:00 PM. to 2:00 PM.)

Location: Hampton Inn Greenville (SC) Airport

47 Fisherman Lane
Greenville, South Carolina
(864) 288-3500

Room rates under AIB $72.00 double /non smoking

8 minutes from airport, Shuttle service

All reservations need to be booked by 1/31/2012

Donation: $200.00 per person

Payment: in cash or blank USPS money order

or by Paypal:

Lunches at your expense.

Contact: Rudi Thomas for >> specific seminar details << 434-632-6378,

Please contact: Rudi Thomas, with RSVP for planning purposes !

Advanced payment…As seating is very limited.

Bring your external hard drive to receive information from Rod.

Other handouts available…

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport – General Airport Info 864 – 877 – 7426

Info also at



702 – 505 – 8888

American Eagle Airlines

800 – 433 – 7300

Continental Airlines

800 – 525 – 0280

Delta Air Lines

800 – 221 – 1212

Southwest Airlines

800 – 435 – 9792

United Express Airlines

800 – 241 – 6522

US Airways, US Airways Express

800 – 428 – 4322

Published in: on January 12, 2012 at 5:16 pm  Leave a Comment  


Meeting Friday 13 at 7:00 PM to form the Arizona Committee of Safety regarding Agenda 21 and NDAA  at the Rocksprings Cafe, just North of Phoenix Exit on 1 17 MM 242.

“If you do nothing to help the cause of freedom and justice, you help the very enemy whose only goal is your total enslavement and destruction. If you fail to spread the TRUTH of what is really happening, you become part of the enemy’s propaganda machine. When you fail to support those who are fighting on the front lines and risking everything for your benefit, you are giving aid and comfort to the enemy. You may think that all is lost, but you couldn’t be more WRONG! Just ask the people of Nazi Germany, or Communist Russia…these “monsters” can be defeated and have been many times before….it just takes good people like YOU to help!

Clay Douglas with the Free American Radio Show, read more, click here.

Published in: on January 12, 2012 at 5:08 pm  Leave a Comment  


Nesaranews reports “What global banking crisis?”

“Global banking crisis? What global banking crisis? Thousands of quadrillions of hidden monies revealed to be held in multiple off-ledger black screen accounts. The Committee of 300’s shadow government banking scam has its royal knickers ripped off. How rich is White Spiritual Boy now, Your Majesty?”

Published in: on January 11, 2012 at 10:34 pm  Leave a Comment  


“Sadly, I have realized that America has been broken by government and judicial corruption.

We have put together an Online Conference of Leaders in the Fight Against Government Corruption. The Conference is Sunday, January 15, 2012, 5-7 pm Eastern Time at

 We’re calling it SOCK – Save Our Constitution Konvention. “Because we can’t let them make monkeys out of us any longer!”

My opinion is that unless we get many people together who are passionate about causes that share the underlying problem of dishonesty and corruption in government, few of us will ever accomplish much of anything. I believe there is a way we can become a force by creating a coalition, but it will take some simple, non-time-consuming ways for us to work together while pursuing our individual causes. We will discuss ideas for joint cooperation, joint efforts, and generally have a brainstorming session.


William M. Windsor

Office: 770-578-1094

Fax: 770-578-1057

P.O. Box 681236

Marietta, GA 30068

Founder – Facebook Cause – Support the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Honesty in Government

Published in: on January 11, 2012 at 12:23 am  Comments (1)  
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