Research info Exposing Court Registry Investment System
 
If the courts are about making money out of us - then what would they be interested in Justice! The evidence and cases experienced by those by IDP founders is that the courts are only interested In-Just-US Corps.
 
 
Back in 1990, Federal judges and clerks down in South Texas got to thinking "Damn, with all the fees lying around, shouldn't we invest it and make some money off it?"   Pretty soon, they cooked up the Court Registry Investment System (CRIS), on the recommendation of financial analyst (now Clerk) Mike Milby, and with permission of the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve Board of Governors. The pooled funds never actually leave the US Treasury account in the Texas Commerce Bank of Houston because the Bank invests them in US Treasury Bills through CRIS investment managers at JP Morgan.  Thus all 25 member US Court Districts always have funds available to disburse for their various purposes.
 
Not only does the court have several billion dollars in the pool and over a billion dollars invested at any one time, but also it earns upwards of a million dollars a month in interest alone.  And it charges a registry fee of upwards of 10% for managing the investment (rather than taking the fees out of earnings).  Member District Courts share proportionately in CRIS earnings.
 
See the US COURTS press release on CRIS here; see Google links here.  
 
I have attached a RAR archive containing documents.  If you cannot open it, get and use WinRAR or Jzip or 7zip
 
See the 1990 documents (attached) establishing CRIS in the South Texas USDC below.  25 Districts share it:
 
1990-48
Amended Order Establishing the Court Registry Investment System (CRIS) - Term Fund
1990-47
Memorandum of Procedures for Investment and Allocating Earnings on Assets of the United States District Court
1990-46
Order Establishing the Court Registry Investment System (CRIS) - Term Fund
1990-45
Order for Assessment of a Management Fee on Funds Placed in the Court Registry
 
 
The order establishing CRIS says this:
 
ORDER
Registry deposits with known disbursement horizons exceeding 100 days require
an investment strategy of purchasing longer term U. S. Treasury Securities. The
CRIS-Term Fund meets this need. The objectives of the CRIS-Term Fund in order of
importance are: 1) to assure the safety of Registry Funds; 2) to maintain
sufficient quarterly liquidity to provide adequate and timely disbursement of
funds as directed by the court, and 3) to achieve the highest rate of return
consistent with objectives 1 and 2.
The Clerk, U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas is ORDERED
to establish the CRIS-Term Fund. The initial CRIS-Term Fund investments shall be
one year U. S. Treasury Securities or multiple U. S. Treasury securities, which
have an average maturity and an average yield approximately equal to one year U.
S. Treasury Securities. The CRIS-Term Fund shall provide a minimum of quarterly
liquidity, unless a special order of disbursement from a participating court is
entered.
Subsequent investments shall meet the CRIS-Term Fund objectives and shall be
made with judgment and care, under circumstances then prevailing, that persons of
prudence, discretion and intelligence would exercise in the management of their
own affairs.
DONE at Houston, Texas, on this the day of December, 1990.
DA
HIEF JUDGE
United States District Court
 
 
The amended order above says this (interesting)
 
On December 27, 1990, a General Order was entered under Number 90-46 establish @
Registry investment System (CRIS)-Term Fund which is companion to the existing
CRIS Liquidity Fund. This Fund is egtablished to meet the unique requirements of
the Court Of the Southern District of New York to invest, manage and disburse
large sums on deposit in 88 Civ 6209 (S/D NY) styled Securities and Exchange
Commission vs. Drexel, Burnham, Lambert; et al-
Upon the request of Michael R. Milken and the presiding judge of the Court
of the Southern District of New York, Order No. 90-46 is amended to include the
following language; it is hereby
ORDERED that the funds and their investments on deposit in the CRIS shall, under
the supervision of the Court of the Southern District of New York, be available
solely for utilization pursuant to, and in furtherance of the purposes described
in, the Final Judgment of permanent injunction and other relief as to Michael R.
Milken, in said
Court.
DONE at Houston, Texas, on this the 29th day of December, 1990.
 
The order assessing a registry management fee of 10% says this:
 
ORDER
Under the notice in the October 24, 1990 edition of the Federal Register,
Vol. 55, No. 206, at Page 42887.
It is ORDERED that the Clerk assess the registry management fee at a rate
equal to ten percent (10%) of the total earnings for funds deposited on or after
December 1, 1990. The fee shall be assessed each time earnings are allocated to
the Court's registry of pooled accounts and other interest bearing accounts,
beginning December 1, 1990 and continuing while the funds are held in the Court's
registry. The fee will be assessed for all funds invested regardless of the
nature of the case underlying the investment. The Clerk shall assess a fee
equivalent to the first 45 days earnings or one-eight percent of earnings on an
annual basis for funds deposited prior to December 1, 1990.
ADOPTED by the Full Court this day of 1990.
J04ES DEANDA
eHIEF JUDGE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
 
 
The above-linked document shows how federal courts earn interest on the money they receive in fees, fines, etc.  Basically they invest the money, presumably on petition from the payor, through the South Texas USDC CRIS.
 
Procedures begin on page 36.
 
Pages 44 through 59 provide flow charts showing how CRIS administers the money through JP Morgan (which gets a nice fee for the service).
 
Page 64 contains the excerpt from the Federal Register
 
Pages 65 and 66 give the CRIS investment pool summary for 2006
 
If you have a more recent report, send it to me.  And now, some questions:
 
  • Do you suppose the investment managers securitized the investment fund?
  • Shouldn't the investment fund reduce the amount of fees the people must pay for court services, transcripts, PACER, and so on?
  • When you pay fines or fees, should you designate them to go into CRIS investment?
  • If you do designate them for CRIS, will YOU receive the earnings?
  • Should you write to your legislators about this?

 

America’s judiciary are smaller corporate branches called courts. The judges are actually business administrators called judges and all of America’s laws are civil corporate regulations called statutes. People are treated as corporations in these courts and these so-called bastions of justice are all about commerce and fraud! Everyone needs to be on the same page and so precedents become their safety benchmark!

This next question doesn’t constitute any proof but think about this: if American judges truly are the “Good Guys”, why don’t they all wear white robes instead of black? The answer is: because black is the pagan traditional color for Illuminati Priests, which will make more sense to you as you read on through this expose.

The local police and prosecutors are not in place to “serve and protect” the American public but to the contrary; they are structured to protect the Slave Drivers and the private United States Corporation by enforcing its corporate statutes against the corporate enemy, “the American citizen”. Most of these police officers haven’t a clue about how they have been indoctrinated and manipulated! They are so naïve and well-meaning that they actually believe they are preserving and protecting the public! The politicians, prosecutors, judges, priests and clerks know the truth and many of them increase their personal spoils with every conviction! Yes, the Vatican, judges, prosecutors and clerks make money off of every conviction and lawsuit and their clearing house for all of these private spoils is located in the Texas Federal Reserve, under an account titled: “THE CRIS FUND”! [Court Registry Investment System]

CRIS 5

If our police officers would simply invest a little energy and time to research and read something other than PLAYBOY or POPULAR MECHANICS or to hoist a few at the local police pub; they would discover that the amended version of the “Trading with the Enemy Act of 1933”, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, specifically identifies the American citizen as the enemy of the Federal Government! The fraud and deception perpetrated by these Slave Drivers works well, as long as they can maintain their deception and manipulation over the masses!

Here is more critically important information as to how our courts and our (in) justice system REALLY works. Judge Dales exposes many so-called “legal processes”: Part 5 – The Legal Process
No one should ever go into court – with or without a lawyer – before they read this and understand what is really going on in our courts!


CRIS – COURT REGISTRY INVESTMENT SYSTEM

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In matters of pure common sense, it would be a very bad idea to appoint a fox to guard your henhouse.  For this reason, it has been a maxim of law for hundreds of years that one cannot settle a matter as an impartial 3rd party when one has any special financial interest in the outcome (other than for due wage compensation).  To handle a matter with no special financial interest in the matter means that one has “clean hands”.

Of course, as demonstrated here, the United States Supreme Court is actually a “business”… And we know that the same goes for almost every other court in the world.  Therefore, what we are dealing with is a false judicial system.  And this brings us to the “CRIS” accounts.  The CRIS (Court Registry Investment System) account is what connects the false judicial system to the bank; it is the mechanism through which they access funds that were created in your name without your knowledge.

And how exactly were these funds created?  By treating your birth certificate as a financial instrument.  For more info on the Birth Certificate, click here.

 

IN THE USA THE LEGAL SYSTEM IS NOT WHAT LAWYERS – AND THE MEDIA – TELL US IT IS!

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2013
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

Legal researchers Jeanette Triplett and Rod Class located the documents that prove our courts are a branch of the Federal Reserve banking cartel.

 

The Great American Adventure by Judge DaleMore about our courts from The Great American Adventure by Judge Dale:

Pg 5
America’s judiciary are smaller corporate branches called courts. The judges are actually business administrators called judges and all of America’s laws are civil corporate regulations called statutes. People are treated as corporations in these courts and these so-called bastions of justice are all about commerce and fraud! Everyone needs to be on the same page and so precedents become their safety benchmark!

This next question doesn’t constitute any proof but think about this: if American judges truly are the “Good Guys”, why don’t they all wear white robes instead of black? The answer is: because black is the pagan traditional color for Illuminati Priests, which will make more sense to you as you read on through this expose.

The local police and prosecutors are not in place to “serve and protect” the American public but to the contrary; they are structured to protect the Slave Drivers and the private United States Corporation by enforcing its corporate statutes against the corporate enemy, “the American citizen”. Most of these police officers haven’t a clue about how they have been indoctrinated and manipulated! They are so naïve and well-meaning that they actually believe they are preserving and protecting the public! The politicians, prosecutors, judges, priests and clerks know the truth and many of them increase their personal spoils with every conviction! Yes, the Vatican, judges, prosecutors and clerks make money off of every conviction and lawsuit and their clearing house for all of these private spoils is located in the Texas Federal Reserve, under an account titled: “THE CRIS FUND”! [Court Registry Investment System]

Court Registry Information SystemDownload CRIS PDF

If our police officers would simply invest a little energy and time to research and read something other than PLAYBOY or POPULAR MECHANICS or to hoist a few at the local police pub; they would discover that the amended version of the “Trading with the Enemy Act of 1933”, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, specifically identifies the American citizen as the enemy of the Federal Government! The fraud and deception perpetrated by these Slave Drivers works well, as long as they can maintain their deception and manipulation over the masses!

Here is more critically important information as to how our courts and our (in) justice system REALLY works. Judge Dales exposes many so-called “legal processes”: Part 5 – The Legal Process

No one should ever go into court – with or without a lawyer – before they read this and understand what is really going on in our courts!

More information

Source

 

Canon Law, Money, and the Courts (part 1 of 2) ~ Frank O’Collins

Canon Law, Money, and the Courts (part 2 of 2)

 


COURT REGISTRY INVESTMENT SYSTEM

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The principal sum deposited in the registry of the court plainly was private property, and was not the property of Seminole County. This is the rule in Florida, Phipps v. Watson, 108 Fla. 547, 551, 147 So. 234, 235 (1933), as well as 161*161 elsewhere. See Coudert v. United States, 175 U. S. 178 (1899)Branch v. United States,100 U. S. 673 (1880)Sellers v. Harris County, 483 S. W. 2d, at 243. We do not understand that the appellees contend otherwise so far as the fund's principal is concerned.

Webb's Fabulous Pharmacies, Inc. v. Beckwith

449 US 155, 101 S. Ct. 446, 66 L. Ed. 2d 358 - Supreme Court, 1980 - Google Scholar
On February 12, 1976, appellant Eckerd's of College Park, Inc., entered into an agreement to 
purchase for $1,812,145.77 substantially all the assets of Webb's Fabulous Pharmacies, Inc. 
Both Eckerd's and Webb's are Florida corporations. At the closing, Webb's debts ...

Webb's Fabulous Pharmacies, Inc. v. Beckwith

449 US 155, 101 S. Ct. 446, 66 L. Ed. 2d 358 - Supreme Court, 1980 - bulk.resource.org
Held: Appellee county's taking as its own, under the authority of a Florida statute, the interest 
accruing on an interpleader fund deposited in the registry of a county court was a taking 
violative of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, where a fee, based on the amount of ...

Webb's Fabulous Pharmacies, Inc. v. Beckwith

449 US 155, 101 S. Ct. 446, 66 L. Ed. 2d 358 - Supreme Court, 1980 - bulk.resource.org
Held: Appellee county's taking as its own, under the authority of a Florida statute, the interest 
accruing on an interpleader fund deposited in the registry of a county court was a taking 
violative of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, where a fee, based on the amount of ...
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  Bob Hurt
 
10/26/10