Howard Griswold Conference Call

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Howard Griswold Conference Call—Thursday, January 29, 2009


 Howard Griswold Conference calls:

218-844-3388 pin 966771# (6 mutes & un-mutes),

Thursday’s at 8 p.m., Eastern Time.

‘6’ Mutes and un-mutes

 Conference Call is simulcast on:

Starting in the second hour at 9 p.m.

 Note: there is a hydrate water call Monday’s, same time and number and pin #.

Howard’s home number: 302-875-2653 (between 9:30, a.m, and 7:00, p.m.)

Mickey’s debt collection call is 8:00 p.m., Eastern Time, Wednesday night. The number is 712 – 432 – 8773 and the pin number is 947975#.

 All correspondence to:

Gemini Investment Research Group, POB 398, Delmar, Del. 19940

(do not address mail to ‘Howard Griswold’ since Howard has not taken up residence in that mailbox and since he’s on good terms with his wife he isn’t likely to in the foreseeable future.)

 "All" Howard's and GEMINI RESEARCH's information through the years, has
been gathered, combined and collated into 3 "Home-Study Courses" and
"Information packages" listed at  "Mail Order" DONATIONS
and/or Toll-Free 1-877-544-4718 (24 Hours F.A.Q. line)

Dave DiReamer can be reached at:

Often you can find a transcript or a partial one for the week’s call at the following website:


When you aren’t talking please mute your phone!!

It would be best if you mute your phone when you first come on, then un-mute it when you want to talk and then re-mute it.

You can use the *6 button on your phone or use the phone’s mute button

Speaker phones and cell phones are not desirable as they can chop up the call badly occasionally.

If you are recording the call and leave the phone unintended, please mute!!!!!

Note, on October 30th someone left the phone un-muted and coupled television audio into the phone making the conference call conversations very difficult.

When you are not muted be careful of making noise such as breathing hard into the phone’s microphone or rubbing the mouthpiece or not reducing extraneous noise across the room. Cell phones can pick up wind noise when used outside and also if not in a primary reception zone can couple noise into the call.

Excessive echoes and noise will terminate the conference call.

Cell phones and speaker phones can cause echoes.

Keep the call quiet, don’t make Howard climb out of his mailbox and bop you one.


Note: the telephone lines are usually quite noisy and therefore it would be prudent to slow your speech down otherwise your words and meaning will be lost.

Suggestion to everyone (even Howard):

Get a phone with a privacy or mute button. This is much more convenient than star-6 and more rapid to use. It can also be used as a cough button since it can be used rapidly. Try it, you’ll like it.


[Dan] Hey Howard, Dan in Detroit. Do you see any advantage to getting the judge’s oath of office and enter it into…

[Howard] Didn’t you ask me this question a week or two ago?

[Dan] I don’t believe so or I don’t recall your response.

[Howard] Well, it may not have been you; it might have been somebody else but I made the same response every time. What the hell difference does his oath of office make? Nobody’s going to prosecute him even if he doesn’t have one.

[Dan] Ok, well, as the theory was that he would just understand that you were paying attention, that you knew what his oath of office was and you would be aware if he went outside of it there might be ramifications just giving him judicial notice and a copy of this oath of office. Just put him on alert that you are not timid and without knowledge.

[Howard] Yeah, there’s a bunch of people around this country that for twenty-five years have been promoting that bull crap and it’s never done anybody any good. We took an opposite approach. I don’t care if he’s got an oath of office. I don’t care if you can’t even find one on file for him and in most cases you’re going to find out there isn’t one on filed but if there is one the wording in it is not in according with the Constitutional mandates of what the wording is supposed to be. So those oaths don’t mean anything.

[Dave] And it’s not recorded where the law says it’s supposed to be.

[Howard] Nope, that’s the other thing too, it’s often not recorded where it’s supposed be recorded, so who cares? You know what we did? We took the opposite approach. We presumed that he has a legitimate oath and we accepted the Constitution and his oath and handed him a little document that says ‘we accept the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of this state—whatever the state may be and there’s a blank there for you to fill in your name—and the oath to those constitutions to the above named person’ and if they don’t operate within the limitations of those constitutions and their oaths we will hold them liable for breach of contract. I’ll tell you what, that document has been very effective with judges. We’ve had good results using that in a lot of cases. In some cases, again, people can’t even explain it because I don’t think they even read the stupid document. They probably didn’t even fill it in correctly. There’s a couple of blanks on there that have to be filled in to make it suit your state. And I’m sure some people didn’t do it correctly and they may not have had very good results. But a lot of other people have done it right and had very good results. As a matter of fact, some judges have used things out of the Constitution to control the case that we never even thought of using. The judge knew more about it than we did and he got rid of cases—he just threw them out of the court in order not to be held under breach of contract. Holding him to his oath of office doesn’t mean a damned thing but that oath is a contract and the Constitution is a contract between government and the people and if they don’t uphold that contract then they’re in breach of the contract and it’s a real easy lawsuit. As a matter of fact, that’s basically what the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act suits are, they’re for breach of the contract. The government has to abide by their Constitution and the laws made thereunder. The Fair Debt Collection Practice Act is one of the laws made thereunder and when they violate that act they’re liable for breach of that act which is breach of the contract. I would fool with this silliness and I don’t recommend fooling with this silliness of getting their oath of office and shoving their oath in their face or something because all that does is make them angry. They’re still not going to abide by it because you haven’t put them in a position of being liable for not having an oath or for not abiding by the oath. But the document that we made up accepting the oath and the Constitution and holding them liable for breach of contract does put them in a position of future liability, liability for breach of their contract. There’s a lot of information, out here, floating around, an awful lot of it on the internet that is poor or bad information. You have to be very careful; you have to do a little bit of studying and learn how things are really working and what things really are before you’ll recognize how bad some of this information is. A lot of it’s not going to do anything but get you in a lot of trouble.

[Dan] Howard, Dan in Detroit again; I didn’t mean to agitate you…

[Howard] You didn’t agitate me; I’m just repeating the same thing that I’ve said probably for fifteen years about this oath stuff—over and over again I’ve said it. It isnt’ going to do anything but make the judge angry. You’re causing yourself trouble bring this kind of stuff up.

[Dan] That’s what I thought, too, sir. Perhaps I can re-phrase the question. What is the easiest way that you know of to get the judge to follow the rules in the courtroom and uphold the Constitution and your rights? What’s the simplest thing you know of to go about getting him to follow the rules because the last appearance he was clearly biased to the plaintiff and the Michigan attorney general said the only choice I have is to lose and turn in the court recording to the judicial tenure commission. So, I’m just trying to find a solution to keep him in line on my next appearance.

[Howard] Do you have access to the web?

[Dan] Yes, I do.

[Howard] Look up

[Dan] Ok, I’ll get right on that.

[Howard] Now, in there is this acceptance of the Constitutions and oath of office, isn’t it, Dave? I think he can just download that, can’t he?

[Dave] No, he prints out the mail order page and it’s one of the information packages listed there on the mail order page.

[Howard] Ok, information package. Print out the package, follow the directions and send it in to People’s Rights and they will send you copies of this. It even has some instructions with it as I remember. That will help to keep the judge in line. That even helps to keep attorneys in line and cops in line. There’s a lot of other information on that will help you. There’s several information packages available. There’s study courses available and this is research and information that with a lot of other help I have put together—it isn’t all me—but it was a lot of good help that I got from a lot of good people that have worked in research and found things and helped me to find things and we put this stuff together and Dave has put it on the website and distributed it for people to learn.

[caller] Can I give another quick website out? ; he explains the dollar and how fractional reserve banking works and what’s happening and how the collapse is happening and so forth, there; it’s a very good website.

[Howard] Yeah, a lot of people are really grasping the understanding of how this works and putting information out. Surprising enough, some of this information is actually coming out on the stock market channel. If you’ve got satellite or cable TV and you can pick up the CNBC news program for the stock market—not just their news program but the stock market news program—that’s a different channel. Oh yeah, they’re talking about a lot of this.

[caller] I got a funny one yesterday. The sheriff sent me a letter telling me I had a subpoena laying up at the office to come and pick it up. I wanted your thought on that. Should I just go pick it up or should I just let it sit up there?

[Howard] Have you heard me teaching about ‘I don’t accept the offer; I don’t consent to this proceeding’? Why would you accept the offer? He’s offering to give you a subpoena which will get you into some kind of a case. Why would you accept the offer?

[caller] That’s exactly my thought.

[Howard] There was a fellow whose son got a traffic ticket and he had done some of the things that we’ve told him to do and the traffic ticket is just laying at the court. So the court sent him a letter and said that if he would just respond and come in and sign some document they would establish a date for a hearing—they’re making an offer for you to come in so that they can follow this thing through because he told them that he didn’t accept their offer in the first place. So, they’re offering again. They’re just trying to trick you. I told him, I said, ‘now, you can do what you want but I wouldn’t go in and talk to them about it at all—just leave it alone, it’ll die because they can’t do anything until you consent and accept their offers. Ninety-nine percent of what goes on in this world of commerce is an offer. Very little is mandatory that you really have to do. You got to breathe, you got to eat, and sometimes you got to do a little bit of work to make enough money to be able to eat and you got to stay warm in the winter. You don’t have to stay cool in the summer because you can always get cool by stepping under a tree or something or into the shade. You don’t need cooling but you do need heat in the winter time. So there are a few necessities in life that require that you do some things. All the rest of the stuff is nothing but an offer. You didn’t need a damned television set. You don’t need a car. You only think you need these things but there’s an offer out there, come and buy a car. You can get it for ten dollars down or no down payment at all today in some cases. That’s an offer. You fall for it and you put yourself in these positions of being a debtor. You don’t have to do these things. There’s nothing requiring them—it’s desire and greed that causes people to get into these things.

[Dave] Just like those farmers that the grandparents owned the farm free and clear and some slick talking salesman convinced the farmer he had to buy this brand new tractor with hot and cold running water and headphones and cable TV and he lost the family farm.

[caller] Howard, I think that gentleman with the subpoena, I think he should get the subpoena and write on it, ‘I do not consent; I do not accept the offer,’ and make sure he writes the date in the center of that whole phrase somewhere because that’s what happened to me. The sheriff came past the house allegedly; he put my name on the subpoena and summons. I never received it and it was for my husband. Nobody ever answered it because nobody ever received it and this attorney proceeded for a whole year and had us in default. So, it’s best for him to get that subpoena, put on the subpoena, ‘I do not accept the offer; I do not consent; I demand indemnification,’ and don’t put the date in the bottom because these attorneys love to cut and paste to make something appear that doesn’t exist. Put the date in the center of that phrase somewhere where that attorney can’t cut and paste that date away from that phrase and then send it back to…  

[Howard] Well, that would be the second thing that I would do. But I wouldn’t go get it just because he said it was laying there.

[caller] They’ll do anything if you don’t do anything.

[Howard] Well, you’ll get something in the mail sooner or later saying that they did something and that’s when you should take the action that you’re talking about. Upon the first offer to come into the office and pick it up I wouldn’t go into the office and pick it up. That’s not the way service is supposed to be done if you read the rules of service. The sheriff is supposed to deliver it to you personally. If he doesn’t then there is no case. And we managed to argue this and have them redo cases.

[caller] Well, you’re exactly right, Howard, because this attorney he put the judgment in, he threw it, forced it in, and now he’s trying to do everything right sending it certified. But in the meantime he has….on my husband with a suspended license from that judgment. And then I had the five pages of the same judgment with five different dates on it, so what’s the true judgment? …anything they want to do; I had to go buy the rule books to find out what the hell’s going on.