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Please help Casey Serin.

I do have to wonder – why would Casey want such a professional, when he has called himself an expert in the field multiple times?

Ethics, common sense and decency not needed.

Ethics, common sense and decency not needed.

Ah, the mysteries of the Casey Universe.

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Case… dismissed.

It's about time.

It's about time.

10-21883 A*****y Serin and A*** Serin

Case type: bk
Chapter: 13
Asset: Yes
Vol: v
Hon.: Thomas Holman
Date filed: 01/27/2010
Date of last filing: 04/23/2010
Plan confirmed: 04/06/2010

Debtor dismissed: 04/22/2010
Joint debtor dismissed: 04/22/2010

Case Summary

Office: Sacramento
Filed:  01/27/2010
County: Sacramento      
Debtor dismissed:  04/22/2010
Joint debtor dismissed:  04/22/2010

Joint: y

Debtor disposition: Dismissed for failure to make plan payments
Joint debtor disposition: Dismissed for failure to make plan payments
   
Nature of debt: consumer
   
Trustee: Jan P. Johnson
City: Sacramento
Phone: 916-492-8001   
   
Party 1: Serin, A*****y   (xxx-xx-****)   (Debtor)
Party 2: Serin, A****  (xxx-xx-****)   (Joint Debtor)
   
Atty: Peter G. Macaluso
Represents party 1: Debtor      
Phone:      916-392-6591
Atty: Peter G. Macaluso
Represents party 2: Joint Debtor      
Phone:      916-392-6591

Location of case files: 
Volume:   CS1
The case file may be available.

Sorry for not posting anything these last few days. Real life has a way of messing around with things you really mean to do.

A quickie

You can always count on Casey to do exactly the opposite of what common sense may imply.

He just brought back his blog, and he didn’t delete his post where he accepts he defrauded the IRS.

Post #2. Check out the comments.

Next on Serin TV: Shouting at the IRS "HEY IDIOTS, I'M SCAMMING YOU!"

Next on Serin TV: Shouting at the IRS "HEY IDIOTS, I'M SCAMMING YOU!"

Sometimes, I wonder if Casey will ever notice that:

Look! It even has a trampoline!

Look! It even has a trampoline!

Casey Serin: Pick up the white courtesy phone, please.

Hello Snowflake.

Feelin’ special today? I know you do. You password-protected your blog, you locked down your FB, and God knows what else you did to your TWITter.

So I know you know we know ™.

I’d like your opinion on the following paragraphs. Yet another awesome anonymous haterz asked me to post this for you to read. I think it’s a great idea, since this is basically what will happen to you when the IRS gets to open your envelope and reads your A4V fraud scheme.

FILED
MAY 18 2009
MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK
U.S. COURT OF APPEALS

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff – Appellee,
v.
BARTON ALBERT BUHTZ,
Defendant – Appellant.
No. 08-30066
D.C. No. 05-cr-300

Buhtz argues that the district court erred by imposing without notice a sentence of 36 months, which was nine months greater than the top of the sentencing guidelines range. Under Irizarry v. United States, 128 S. Ct. 21984 (2008), and United States v. Evans-Martinez, 530 F.3d 1164 (9th Cir. 2008), increasing a sentence beyond the guidelines range pursuant to 18 U.S.C. §3553(a) constitutes a “variance” that does not require notice. The district court specifically evaluated the § 3553(a) factors during sentencing. In explaining the sentence enhancement, the district court stated that there “is a need to let the public know that offenses like this cannot be continued.” This statement is consistent with an enhancement under §3553(a)(2), which addresses “respect for the law” and “adequate deterrence.” Buhtz’s sentence enhancement was a variance under §3553(a), and we therefore hold that the district court did not err in failing to provide notice.

Still with me, Yes Man? How about this?

The Story

A stripped-down version of this scheme is as follows: When the United States went off the gold standard in 1933, the federal government somehow went bankrupt. With the help of the Federal Reserve Bank, the government converted the bodies of its citizens into capital value, supposedly by trading the birth certificates of U.S. citizens on the open market. After following a complicated process of filing UCC documents with either the Secretary of State of the person’s residence or another state that will accept the filings, each citizen is entitled to redeem his or her “value” by filling out a sight draft drawn on their (nonexistent) TreasuryDirect account. The scheme asserts that each citizen’s Social Security Number is also his or her account number. As a part of the scheme, participants also file false IRS Forms 8300 and Currency Transaction Reports in the name of law enforcement officials and other individuals they seek to harass.
The Reality

Drawing such drafts on the U.S. Treasury is fraudulent and a violation of federal law. The theory behind their use is bogus and incomprehensible. The Justice Department is vigorously prosecuting these crimes. Federal criminal convictions have occurred in several cases. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has tried to alert the banking community to this fraud. See Suspicious Transactions, Fictitious Sight Drafts. (3K txt file, uploaded 5/16/00)
A Note on Bills of Exchange

With early and vigorous prosecution by the Justice Department on bogus Sight Draft cases, we have begun to see Bills of Exchange taking their place. This change occurred on or around January 2001. All these Bills of Exchange drawn on the U.S. Treasury are worthless. All the same issues and background materials applicable to Sight Drafts also apply to Bills of Exchange. This is the same fraud under another name.

For inquiries by anyone adversely affected by this fraud, please contact the Treasury Office of Inspector General (OIG).

http://www.treasurydirect.gov/instit/statreg/fraud/fraud_bogussightdraft.htm

Here’s the funniest thing, Casey.  I already know you think we live in a Corporation, not in a real country. That you think strawmen are used to create money out of nowhere. That you are so special, you and your family think you are above paying your own debt. That you are stupid enough to believe that your home, the byproduct of hundreds of man-hours of work and thousands of dollars of raw material, can be acquired by simply invoking a known scam, and that you don’t need to actually work in order to pay for it (or pay your mortgage back). Nevertheless, you are going to jail, even if you don’t believe in the very same laws that are going to send you there.

How ironic. Well, not really, for those of us who are sane.

Casey’s criminal activities: “Accepted For Value” (A4V)

Good morning, my dear readers!

I know – I just wrote quite a lengthy post. But, as I said before, Casey’s emotional rollercoaster has just begun – we’ll get some heavy doses of lack-of-lithium and God knows what else insanity before he hits the brakes and goes into “depressive mode” again, so let’s make the best we can out of this short, fun, ride.

Hold on tight, IRS. Casey's gonna get you!

Hold on tight, IRS. Casey's gonna get you!

Today, something caught my attention on Casey’s CASEY CASEY SERIN’S shitty “Miracles” blog (gotta get the all-caps right, otherwise I won’t be talking about the right strawman). It isn’t everyday you get to see a moron admit he’s breaking the law for all to see (of course, he’ll later argue it was not him, but his strawman, the one who was commiting a crime).

Protip #1: Even stupid criminals don't blog about their own crimes.

Protip #1: Even stupid criminals don't blog about their own crimes.

Hmm. What is this “A4V” or “Accepted 4 Value” thing?

Let’s dig deep into this scam. I have to take a shower in a couple of minutes, anyway. I’ll be sure to rub my entire body with alcohol afterwards.

What is an A4V? Is it equivalent to doing an A2M to the IRS? If you wish, you can check out how to do one for yourself (note: not recommended, unless you intend to book a 5 year, all expense paid vacation at the Club Fed nearest you).

Information is a bit sketchy on the subject. I suppose it’s one of those things they (who?) don’t want you to know about, but:

From what I can tell the actual process of an Acceptance for Value is to write upon the face of the voucher (the instrument) at a 45 degree angle upwards the following in any ink that is not black:

Accepted for Value
Exempt from Levy
_______________(signature) ___________ (date) ID#123456789 (like your social without hyphens)
Deposit to the US Treasury and charge the same to JOE PUBLIC (ALL CAPS NAME) 123-45-6789 (regular social)

http://forum.freekeene.com/index.php?topic=178.45;wap2

If I understand the theory correctly, you are paying the IRS… with your strawman! Dammit, I’ve read so much about them I want my own right now. They have lots of money, can create it out of thin air, and now I can make him pay my own taxes. If he can cook too, then I’m definitely getting one.

There’s one bit of a warning, though. You shouldn’t sign using a red ink pen. Wonder why?

Red ink-is representative of blood and means that you are a real human being because only a Man can sign with blood.

The reason you are accepting something for value is so that they can use your social security (social insurance) number to pay the described value by using the insurance that is provided for your public trust (capital letter straw man.) If you sign it in red than you don’t have the privilege of insurance being provided to pay debts. You are not the public trust but you are its “authorized representative” and as the authorized representative you do have to pay taxes for the income that is derived through the use of that public trust. So if you gave a ssn when you got your job and bank account you need to pay federal income tax. The federal income tax is what pays for the insurance.

So if you sign it in blood and don’t provide a ssn for the treasury to access the insurance account the note will not get paid and they will probably continue to come after you.

http://loveforlife.com.au/content/09/10/29/use-red-not-appropriate-accepted-value

Now, my son. You are ready to go out into the world and (try to) scam the IRS.

Fortunately for us, it seems Casey has already sent a couple of payments to the IRS using the “Accepted 4 Value” scam. This is AMAZING.

Casey can’t even begin to imagine what he did this time. He’s going to be prosecuted for using a known scam.

Have people already gotten into trouble already by using the “redemption process” sight drafts? Hyla Clapier is a sweet, little old lady from Idaho. She was convinced last year by the redemptionists to try to buy a car with one of those “redemption process” sight drafts drawn on the U.S. Treasury. Her effort brought her an indictment, trial and conviction. In late April, 2000, I received a call from an Ohio newspaper reporter and was informed that a man in his local community had attempted to buy 8 Cadillacs with those sight drafts. I was also informed that the man was being prosecuted for several felonies. Is the “redemption process” sight draft effort anything but another crackpot idea? I think so.

http://home.hiwaay.net/~becraft/Redemption.htm

You don’t mess with the IRS. Casey is soon going to find out he just opened a huge can of worms.

Last minute update.

Do you need a new TV? Laptop computer? Maybe some furniture? How about some HOME WIRING? APPLIANCES?

Then head down to Fair Oakes, Sacramento!

Buy some wiring from Casey's home!

Buy some wiring from Casey's home!

One has to wonder:

1) Will they rip their appliances off the wall?

2) Are they going to sell the wiring by pound? You know, copper is expensive these days.

3) If they take out the house appliances, and the electrical wiring, leaving nothing but a shell behind, will they go and live with Casey’s sister at her home?

4) What will the judge think when he finds out the Serins pillaged their soon-to-be-foreclosed house out of almost everything of value?

Stay tuned for further developments!

Last, last minute update (pinky swear!).

Check out http://casey.serin.us

Seems someone’s drugs just wore off.

Hey, what did I blog about last night? OH, SHIT!

Hey, what did I blog about last night? OH, SHIT!

Nothing I see in you, Casey, means anything.

Hello all. It’s nice to be back again – Spring is upon us, and Casey’s manic upswings are at full tilt. If this was a rollercoaster, it’d be England’s Magnum Force, and we’d be at the 200 ft peak.   I bet we are going to have a lot of fun, if we don’t puke our brains out first. 

Whee!

Whee!

 

Frist: We’ve just found out why Casey thinks he’s already a millionaire. 

According to Elvick, the government creates a fictitious person (straw man) corresponding to each newborn citizen with bank accounts initially holding $630,000. The theory further holds that through obscure procedures under the Uniform Commercial Code, a citizen can “reclaim” the straw man and write checks against its accounts. 

Yep. This is Casey’s “Strawman” bullshit. Apparently, he believes that the moment he was born (in this case, when he obtained his citizenship) the government registered a “strawman” under the name of CASEY SERIN. So he thinks that by “reclaiming” him he’ll get from $630,000 – $1,000,000 dollars.  Why? According to his theories, the fiat money system creates the strawman, and each time you ask for more credit, the money is created out of nowhere on behalf of him. Or something like that. I wanted to strangle him before I could fully understand the depth of this idiotic theory, so I stopped reading.  He actually believes that if you write your letters in ALL CAPS, you are invoking your strawman, and not yourself. Don’t ask me – he’s the one who is batshit insane. He even changed his TWITter account to his “strawman” alter-ego. 

Why then would a millionaire-to-be need to sell his $500 uninsured, faulty, infamous Vansion? 

The Vansion of Fail

The Vansion of Fail

 

Could it have something to do with the fact that www.mortgageeliminationman.com disappeared, because Casey said he was working on using these “powerful techniques” to save a house? And won’t release the information about which house it is? 

Hey, I bet I know which house he's talking about!

Hey, I bet I know which house he's talking about!

 

Why then, if he and his family are already millionaires by birth (or by citizenship) is he working on invoking several obscure maritime laws so as to imply his mortage is illegal, and therefore, non-existant? 

The UNITED STATES is the only government that enforces admiralty law inland. This law was initiated during the Civil War to confiscate property owned by enemies of the UNITED STATES government. The UNITED STATES is also the only government that has codified maritime liens into statutes, which is Title 46, Chapter 313. The secret lien is codified in 46 USC 31342. Maritime liens have a higher priority than all other liens. Their priority over statutory liens is stated in 46 USC 31307. Priority over common law liens is stated in 46 USC 31326. There are lists of lien priorities in the documents below, but we do not know the source of those lists. However, mortgage liens,  IRS tax liens and other government liens are listed at the lowest priorityThe UNITED STATES is the only government that enforces admiralty law inland. This law was initiated during the Civil War to confiscate property owned by enemies of the UNITED STATES government. The UNITED STATES is also the only government that has codified maritime liens into statutes, which is Title 46, Chapter 313. The secret lien is codified in 46 USC 31342. Maritime liens have a higher priority than all other liens. Their priority over statutory liens is stated in 46 USC 31307. Priority over common law liens is stated in 46 USC 31326. There are lists of lien priorities in the documents below, but we do not know the source of those lists. However, mortgage liens,  IRS tax liens and other government liens are listed at the lowest priority” 

Why is he flip-flopping between “accepted”, “silent”, and “naked blogging” modes? 

Why would a bunch of millionaires have a garage sale at their home? (I’m sorry – he’s “radically simplifying his life by getting rid of everything”). 

Casey Serin
@Vasilisa… I have been radically simplifying my life last 1-2 years by getting rid of everything (including vehicles, books, filing cabinets, stuff, etc — even cell phone!) going to do a garage sale soon to sell the rest. This was sort of preparation for some extended traveling that I’m still intending to do this year. When I need access to transportation I can always rent/barter/borrow a car. 

  

Millionaire Garage Sale

Millionaire Garage Sale

 

It’s actually really pretty simple. 

THE GIPSY KINGS (AKA THE SERIN CRIME FAMILY), SUPPOSED MILLIONAIRES AND SOVEREIGN CITIZENS DIDN’T PAY A SINGLE DIME OF THEIR REPAYMENT PLAN.  

The Gipsy Kings never intended to repay a single cent of the money they owed.

The Gipsy Kings never intended to repay a single cent of the money they owed.

 

Wait. It gets better. Truly, it does. This must be the double-corkscrew! 

Dismissed!

Dismissed!

 

So, the Gipsy Kings never paid one cent of their debt, and now this. Mama, Papa and Bro could have covered their repayment plan, but they didn’t. 

Q. What happens if I fail to pay the Trustee?
A. The Trustee can move to dismiss your case. If this happens you will lose the protection of the bankruptcy court both in terms of reducing the debt owed to your creditors as well as protective relief granted by the court. 

Remember the part where Casey said his first mortgage elimination would be a secret? 

Here’s my theory: 

Mom and dad only declared BK in order to borrow a bit more time. Meanwhile, they decided to let Casey save the house. Casey got some “educamation” thanks to his mentors, and is now trying his admiralty bullshit on the Serin house.  Meanwhile, the house will be foreclosed. Again. And they’ll probably lose it this time. And, with any luck, they’ll all end up in Yale jail. 

BTW, Living Free and Clear’s” education” programs cost up to $$5,000. Casey definitely took this course. I wonder where all that money came from. 

The thing that still doesn’t fit in is the garage sale. Why, if they think they can keep the house, are they selling their stuff? Maybe they think they need a bit more time to pull their “strawman” bullshit trick, and they are trying to look good in front of the judge. I really don’t know. The garage sale and the Vansion being sold do make sense, though – they are getting rid of things. And apparently, they are getting some money out of it. Why? Did they tithe all of their money to a church? Are they preparing for an all-out assault on the judicial system via their strawmen? Did they all go insane?  Will they lose the house and re-buy it using a strawman, therefore cancelling all previous and incoming debt? Are they really this stupid?  

I don’t know, but I bet  this rollercoaster ride is packing quite a lot more punch before it comes to an abrupt halt. Stay tuned for further developments. 

Last minute update. 

Or, maybe I’m wrong and Casey Serin is a “Miracle Worker”. BTW, how much is my strawman worth? I’m curious. 

All I need is a miracle.

All I need is a miracle.

 

“Nothing I see means anything” is Shitflake’s new idea for a blog. Check out his marihuna-induced ramblings, which he posted tonight. I archived them because, Casey being Casey, he’ll probably delete them in a couple of hours. 

Please notice, if you will, how he mentions something about a baby “not meaning anything”. He was probably stoned out of his mind, and taking care of his sister’s new baby. 

Honestly, I still don’t know what to think about this latest development, other than, well, it’s just Casey trying to accomplish something without actually doing anything. It’s pretty obvious Casey got his parents to bankruptcy, and now is trying to disrupt the process that could have saved their home. 

Nevertheless, it would be sad if they got away with it. Someone posted something which, I believe, sums up amazingly well the whole deal. 

The more I think about this, the more pissed off I get. I seriously can’t believe they didn’t pay one fucking dime. How do they live with themselves? They are a bunch of low-life mooching scumbags, and the whole goddamn family should have their citizenship be revoked and their asses deported. Fuck. 

Anonymous Haterz. 

An open message to the Serin family

To all Serin’s (unfortunately) related to Snowflake:

One of the limits I’ve established on this forum is, actually, you. I may mention your relationship to Casey, but not your names.

con artists

"Oh hai. We are broke, but we can afford to go out anytime we want. Also, the ugly hag on the left is the one with the brass balls in this family."

It has come to my attention that you insist on making your life public via Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, MySpace, etc.

Scammers

"HEY BITCHES, I'M WEARING VICTORIA SECRETS UNDERWEAR! REALLY EXPENSIVE! BUT I WON'T PAY FOR IT SINCE I'LL DECLARE BK! AND I'M HAWT, TOO! AMERICAN LOOOZERS!"

I’m  not completely sure you are happy about us Haterz™ having access to your most private life – from cavorting on cementeries to watching Margarita’s huge chest burns.

YUO MEEN, VE CAME TO AMERIKKA TO HAVE OUR IDJT GRANDSON TAKE GAY PICKS OF HEEMSELF? VAS SHAME! VAS SHAME!

If you are fine with it, then that’s fine with me.  Because, you see, I find it increasingly hard to show just how fucked up Casey’s life is without using pictures of you. And I’ve decided those are fair game.

So, keep on playing around on cemeteries, jumping on grandma’s graves, open up your presents (bought at Amazon.com) bought just days before you declared bankruptcy, and stuff. Or, use a little common sense and protect your privacy.

"Hello, stupid american people. Look, we are broke, yet we have shitloads of gifts - from Amazon! Which means, we bought them on credit! Since we haven't paid our bills since March, 2009, that means we won't pay for this crap, either! BK BABY!!! WOOOT!"

"Hello, stupid american people. Look, we are broke, yet we have shitloads of gifts - from Amazon! Which means, we bought them on credit! Since we haven't paid our bills since March, 2009, that means we won't pay for this crap, either! BK BABY!!! WOOOT!"

That’s all, folks.

Sincerely,

James Marks.