InPower Docu-Series (2017)

Episode #2: Notice of Liability Walkthrough

Posted: 20 September 2017

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InPower Episode #2 dives into Round 1 – the Notice of Liability. Get detailed insight as you walk through this process paragraph-by-paragraph with co-founder Cal Washington, and hear compelling testimony from several ‘seed’ group participants. Then, send in your Notice of Liability, squarely addressing the ‘smart’ meter problem.
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Rhona
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Rhona

First, a couple years ago I received a letter stating that they were going to install a smart meter at my home. I called immediately and told them I did not want it and they responded by saying that I would have to pay $5.00/month to have the other one put back on and that was all I could do.
Next, I would like to do what you are saying about chemtrails… but I do not know who is actually responsible and who these letters should go to. How do I find out about this.
Thanks,

Jan
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Jan

Is this document legal in the UK

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nathan

Jan, the NoL has not yet been adapted for use in the UK.
If you’re interested in sharing your skills for that adaption, please join the Ground Crew and announce your intention to so help.

Debra
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Debra
I think it would be foolish to do the NoL alone. I went door-to-door to all of my 76 fellow residents in my senior community with information about the dangers of “smart” meters and the NoL process. Two people that I spoke to were aware. That was two days ago and have heard nothing, thus far. I have my NoL printed up and one neighbor willing to be a witness. I’m concerned that I have yet to get a response here to the 3-4 questions I’ve submitted within the past couple of weeks. Not reassuring once I get in the… Read more »
reda l carr
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reda l carr

Focus. One person at a time, no fear, Focus.

Debra
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Debra

Thank you for your words of encouragement and for taking the time to respond.

Debra
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Debra

What would one do if the police get word to intimidate you by deeming your NoL as a threat and you a possible terrorist via the Patriot Act, take you from your home w/o warrant and due process.,detain you indefinitely while your friends and family unaware?????

Robyn Lansford
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Robyn Lansford

What would one do if:

The best place to go to learn how to handle a situation like that would be 1215.org. There you can learn the basics on everything you need to know. Click the “START HERE” button which will take you to the next page. Read over what it says and then click the “Introduction to Common Law Lecture” which will give you a foundational understanding on what you need to know.

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nathan

Debra, if you consider that a real possibility, then you should not do the NoL.
However, the first page of the NoL specifically STATES:
NOTICE TO RESPONDENTS / LIBELLEES
IT IS NOT MY INTENTION TO HARASS, INTIMIDATE, OFFEND, CONSPIRE, BLACKMAIL, COERCE, OR CAUSE ANXIETY, ALARM OR DISTRESS. THIS DOCUMENT AND ATTACHMENTS ARE PRESENTED WITH HONORABLE AND PEACEFUL INTENTIONS, AND ARE EXPRESSLY FOR YOUR BENEFIT TO PROVIDE YOU WITH DUE PROCESS AND A GOOD FAITH OPPORTUNITY TO STATE A VERIFIED CLAIM.

Debra
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Debra

When I posted my concern, I was aware of the notice of intention. I suppose I would feel more confident of the NoL process if I had a clearer understanding of how the respondents lawyers and any judges all know they don’t have jurisdiction in court and MUST abide by that. If your NoL is disregarded throughout the process what’s to stop them?

Debra
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Debra

Thank you for your response, Nathan.

Debra
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Debra

On the Bill of Lading, is it best to use Washington DC address for Member of Congress or their local district address? Where are state reps most of the time?

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