[Model]

              APPLICATION FOR SUBPOENAS DUCES TECUM

     Now come  Dan Leslie,  Meador  (Plaintiff),  a  Citizen  and

qualified Elector of Oklahoma, one of the several States party to

the Constitution  of the United States, a non-citizen national of

the  geographical  United  States,  as  defined  at  8  U.S.C.  

1101(a)(22)(B), and  nonresident alien of the geographical United

States, as  the term  "United States"  is defined at 20 CFR, Part

404.2(c )(6) and 26 CFR, Part 3121(e)-1(b).

     Plaintiff   seeks   certain   documentation,   or   in   the

alternative,  confession   that  documentation  does  not  exist.

Plaintiff alleges  that  United  States  jurisdiction  and  other

matters  addressed  in  his  complaints  and  pleadings  must  be

objectively proven  when challenged.  In order  for Defendants to

demonstrate United  States jurisdiction  and authority, they must

produce most information Plaintiff seeks by subpoenas duces tecum

into record,  anyway, so  securing documentation  or  confessions

will  simplify   matters  for   Defendants,  and   will   resolve

considerable controversy  pertaining to authority of the Internal

Revenue Service,  the character,  operation, and  jurisdiction of

United States  District Courts  situated in  the Union of several

States party to the Constitution of the United States, et al.

     Plaintiffs  alleges   that  the   Sixth  Amendment   to  the

Constitution  assures   him  the   opportunity  to   examine  the

documentation requested  in this  application for subpoenas duces

tecum as  the documentation,  or lack  of  it,  is  essential  to

determining what  Plaintiff alleges  and believes  amounts  to  a

conspiracy to defeat the Constitution of the United States, over-

run sovereignty  of the several States party to the Constitution,

and impose general servitude on the American people.

     The law,  as  demonstrated  in  Plaintiff's  complaints  and

pleadings, has  been unraveled  to the  point there  is no longer

need   for    constructive   arguments.    Therefore,   Plaintiff

respectfully requests that the following documentation be secured

by issue of subpoenas duces tecum to the following:


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          I.  Stephen C. Lewis, United States Attorney,
                  Northern District of Oklahoma

     A subpoena duces tecum should be issued to Stephen C. Lewis,

the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma,

to produce the following documents into record:

     1.   A certified  copy of  the application  for  arrest  and

extradition of Plaintiff, Dan Meador, from the State of Oklahoma,

said  application   in  compliance   with  the  Uniform  Criminal

Extradition Act  (Title 22,  Sections  1141.1  et  seq.,  of  the

Oklahoma Statutes),  with particulars  specified  at  22  O.S.  

1141.3. The  said application  should reflect the State for which

the application  was made (i.e., Puerto Rico, 34 L.P.R.A.  1881

to 1881bb),  the basis  for allegations that Plaintiff was in the

affected State  at the time said alleged crime was committed, and

other particulars  specified in the statute. (see also, 18 U.S.C.

 3041,  et seq.  & 3182,  et seq.)  The application should also

bear the  signature of  the executive  authority of  the State or

Territory of  the United  States where  the alleged  offense  was

committed, or in the alternative, the signature of the commandant

of the Coast Guard if such offense allegedly transpired in United

States maritime  jurisdiction. (33  CFR, Part  1.07; see  crimes,

Part 1.07 Appendix)

     2.   A properly  executed warrant  issued by the Governor of

Oklahoma, per 22 O.S.  1141.7.

     3.   Evidence that Plaintiff was afforded due process of law

prior to  extradition, per  22 O.S.   1141.10,  which stipulates

that the  person who  is to  be extradited has the opportunity to

secure counsel,  have an  extradition hearing,  and, if  desired,

file  an   application  for   writ  of   habeas  corpus   against

extradition.

     4.   A  certified   copy  of   the  affidavit  of  complaint

underlying grand  jury  indictments  for  Case  No.  #96-CR-082-C

(UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. KENNEY F. MOORE, et al.), prosecuted

in the  United States District Court for the Northern District of

Oklahoma.

     5.   A  certified   copy  of   the  affidavit  of  complaint

underlying grand  jury  indictments  for  Case  No.  #96-CR-113-C

(UNITED STATES  OF AMERICA  v. DAN  LESLIE MEADOR), prosecuted in

the United  States District  Court for  the Northern  District of

Oklahoma.


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                  II. Chief Disclosure Officer,
               United States Department of Justice

     The  Chief   Disclosure  Officer   for  the   United  States

Department of  Justice should  be ordered by subpoena duces tecum

to produce into evidence certified copies of the following:

     1.   The Constitution  of the  United States, at Article I 

8.15 &  Article IV   4, delegates authority for Congress to call

up the  militia to  repel invasion  or put down civil uprising in

the  several   States  party   to   the   Constitution.   Provide

documentation  of  a  constitutional  provision  authorizing  the

United States  to exercise general municipal police powers in the

several States  party to  the Constitution, via civil enforcement

agencies and  agencies of foreign entities such as the Department

of the Treasury, Puerto Rico, and a certified copy of the law, in

compliance with  4 U.S.C.   72,  which authorizes  Department of

Justice  general   municipal  powers   (police  powers)  extended

throughout the  Union of several States party to the Constitution

of the  United States  for prosecution of crimes other than those

specified in the Constitution and applicable Amendments, as cited

above.


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     2.   A certified  copy  of  the  Executive  Order,  properly

published in the Federal Register, per requirements of 3 U.S.C. 

301, which  authorizes the  Attorney General of the United States

to exercise  general police  powers in  Union of  several  States

party to the Constitution.

     3.   A  properly  executed  delegation  of  authority  which

extends authority  of the Department of Justice Criminal Division

(28 CFR, Part 0.55), and/or the Tax Division (28 CFR, Part 0.70),

to exercise  of general  police powers  within the several States

party to  the Constitution  other than  on Federal enclaves under

United  States   jurisdiction  (18  U.S.C.    7(3),  secured  in

compliance with  provisions of  40 U.S.C.  255 and State cession

laws (80 O.S.  1, 2 & 3)).

     4.   A  properly  executed  delegation  of  authority  which

extends general municipal authority of the United States Attorney

and assistants  for the various judicial districts established in

the several  States party  to the Constitution (28 U.S.C.  81 et

seq.) beyond  United States jurisdiction in the several States as

specified at  18 U.S.C.   7(3),  with  jurisdiction  secured  in

compliance with  provisions of  40 U.S.C.  255 and State cession

laws (80 O.S.  1, 2 & 3).


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     5.   Statutory  authority   for  the   Federal   Bureau   of

Investigation (28  U.S.C.   531),  which  is  an  administrative

department in the Department of Justice (not created by Congress;

no charter  in the  Library of  Congress, see  28  U.S.C.    531

historical notes), to investigate, arrest, bring charges against,

or otherwise disturb people living in the several States party to

the Constitution,  other than  officers and  employees of  United

States Government,  as specified  at 28  U.S.C.   535, and other

than in United States jurisdiction defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     6.   Statutory authority,  the Executive  Order (3  U.S.C. 

301), and the Attorney General delegation of authority (44 U.S.C.

 1505), which authorizes officers in the U.S. Marshal Service to

serve summonses  and execute warrants in the several States party

to the  Constitution save in United States jurisdiction specified

at 18  U.S.C.  7(3), secured in accordance with provisions of 40

U.S.C.  255. (reference territorial limitations at Rule 4(d)(2);

definition of  "Local Law  Enforcement Agencies"  at 28 CFR, Part

60.3(b))

     7.   Documentation  of   authority  by  which  warrants  and

summonses issued  from an Article IV United States District Court

(28 U.S.C.   132) may be executed or served beyond United States

jurisdiction in  the several  States party to the Constitution as

defined  at  18  U.S.C.    7(3)  (see  also,  Rule  4(d)(2)  for

territorial bounds).


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     8.   In accordance  with provisions  of  40  U.S.C.    255,

provide verification  that the  United States has secured general

jurisdiction over  privately and/or  State, county  or city-owned

real property  in the counties of Washington, Kay, and Tulsa, all

being within the territorial  borders of  Oklahoma state.  In the

alternative, provide  documentation to  verify where precisely in

the three  Oklahoma  counties  named  above,  other  than  Native

American Indian  reservations  and  military  installations,  the

United States has secured exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction in

compliance with  40 U.S.C.    255  and  Oklahoma  cession  laws,

Sections 1, 2 & 3 of Title 80, Oklahoma Statutes.

     9.   The Constitution of the United States, at Art. I  8.6,

stipulates   that   Congress   may   prescribe   punishment   for

counterfeiting securities  and current coin of the United States;

at Article  III   3.2, the  Constitution delegates authority for

Congress to  prescribe punishment  for treason;  and  in  various

Amendments promulgated  since 1868,  the  Constitution  delegates

authority for  Congress to  secure and  protect civil  rights and

voting  rights   of  citizens   of  the  United  States.  Provide

certification of  constitutionally delegated  authority  for  the

United States  to prosecute  crimes other  than  those  specified

above where  such crime  is allegedly  committed in  one  of  the

several States  party to  the Constitution  other than  in United

States jurisdiction  as specified  at Article  I   8.17  of  the

Constitution and is otherwise defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).


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     10.  Provide documentation  which identifies  and  discloses

the principal of interest, the "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA".

     Titles 18  & 28  of the United States Code, and the Internal

Revenue  Code  at    7402,  authorize  the  "United  States"  as

plaintiff or  defendant under  laws of  the  United  States.  The

"United States  of America,  ss, President of the United States",

is the  principal of  interest in  United States courts in Puerto

Rico and  the Virgin Islands (Title 48 of the United States Code,

Territories and  Insular Possessions),  and serves as nominee for

the "Central  Authority" or  "Competent Authority" (28 CFR, Parts

0.9 &  0.64-1),  but  the  "UNITED  STATES  OF  AMERICA"  has  no

authority vested  by the  Constitution of  the United  States, or

laws of  the United  States other than those applicable to United

States off-shore  territories subject  to Congress'  Article IV 

3.2  municipal   authority.  Therefore,  the  "UNITED  STATES  OF

AMERICA" of  necessity must  be identified,  and authority in the

Union of  several States  party to  the Constitution,  by way  of

appropriate documentation.

     11.  Provide a  certified copy  of  significant  legislative

regulations published  in the Federal Register in accordance with

requirements of  44 U.S.C.   1505 which authorize prosecution of

18 U.S.C.   2, 371, 1341, 1503 & 1504, and 26 UCS  7212 in the

Union of  several States  party to the Constitution of the United

States in Article IV United States District Courts.

     12.  Provide a  properly executed  delegation  of  authority

which authorizes  attorneys in  the office  of the  United States

Attorney to  bring suit  for state qualified tax under provisions

of 5 U.S.C.  5516.

     13.  Provide a  properly executed  delegation  of  authority

which authorizes  attorneys in  the office  of the  United States

Attorney to prosecute criminal actions arising from collection of

state qualified  tax, said  prosecution arising  from 5 U.S.C. 

5512 & 5517 authority.

     14.  Provide  documentation  which  specifies  any  "person"

other than  an officer  of employee of a United States department

or agency  or an  officer of  a United  States corporation who is

subject to Federal civil collection or criminal prosecution under

authority of 5 U.S.C.  5512, 5517 & 5520.

     15.  Provide a  certified copy  of a delegation of authority

which authorizes  attorneys in  the office  of the  United States

Attorney to  carry out  the functions  of the  "Solicitor of  the

Treasury", now vested in the Attorney General, as prescribed at 5

U.S.C.  5512(b).


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                III.  Department of the Treasury

     A subpoena  duces  tecum  should  be  issued  to  the  Chief

Disclosure Officer  for the  national office of the Department of

the Treasury,  Washington, D.C.,  to produce  certified copies of

the following:

     1.   Provide a  copy of  law, as required at 4 U.S.C.  72 &

31 U.S.C.   301, which authorizes the Department of the Treasury

to exercise  general enforcement  authority in the several States

party to  the Constitution  of the  United States  beyond  United

States jurisdiction, as specified at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     2.   Provide  a   certified  copy  of  an  Executive  Order,

effected in  compliance with  3 U.S.C.   301,  which applies  to

internal revenue laws (customs laws) or excise taxes (Subtitles A

& C), authorizing the Secretary to establish revenue districts in

the several  States party  to the  Constitution, with  said Order

specifically extending  beyond United  States jurisdiction within

the several  States party  to the  Constitution, as defined at 18

U.S.C.  7(3).

     3.   A  delegation   of  authority   which  authorizes   the

Department of  the Treasury or any component of the Department of

the Treasury, as defined at 31 CFR, Parts 1 & 2, to carry out the

functions of  the General Accounting Office vested at 5 U.S.C. 

5511 & 5512 under provisions of 5 U.S.C.  5512(b).

     4.   An Executive  Order  delegation  of  authority  to  the

Secretary of  the Treasury which authorizes the Secretary, or any

component of  the Department  of the  Treasury, as  defined at 31

CFR, Parts 1 & 2, rather than the Office of Personnel Management,

to approve regulations promulgated by agency heads for collection

of employee indebtedness under provisions of 5 U.S.C.  5514 (see

E.O. # 11609, Sec. 8(1)).


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          IV.  Internal Revenue Service National Office

     A subpoena  duces  tecum  should  be  issued  to  the  Chief

Disclosure Officer for Internal Revenue Service, at the Service's

national  headquarters   in  Washington,   D.C.,  ordering   said

Disclosure Officer to provide certified copies of the following:

     1.   A copy  or copies  of the  master contract,  or  master

contracts, if  more than one, which specify the scope of services

the Internal  Revenue Service  is contracted  to  provide  United

States Government.

     For example,  such master  contracts may  stipulate that the

Internal Revenue  Service is  authorized to  develop and maintain

information-gathering   systems,   and   provide   record-keeping

services for  the Treasury  of  the  United  States,  or  in  the

alternative, said  contract or contracts may be executed with the

Federal Reserve  System in  the Fed's capacity as fiscal agent of

the United States.


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     2.   Copies  of   all  applications  and  other  information

generated by Internal Revenue Service principals, and sent to the

Office of  Management and  Budget, to  support  applications  for

Office of  Management and  Budget numbers  issued under Paperwork

Reduction Act  authority (44 U.S.C.  3501 et seq.) in compliance

with regulations  at 5  CFR, Part 1320, relating to the family of

1040 information  return  forms,  and  OMB  numbers  assigned  to

regulations for  Internal Revenue  Code statutes  6001, 6011, and

6012(a) (disclosure mandated at 5 CFR, Part 1320.14(b)).

     3.   Certification of statutory and regulatory authority for

Internal  Revenue   Service  personnel   to  directly  engage  in

administrative and/or  judicial collection initiatives pertaining

to Internal  Revenue Code  Subtitle A  & C  taxes in  the several

States  party   to  the   Constitution   beyond   United   States

jurisdiction, as  defined at  18  U.S.C.    7(3)  (the  Treasury

Department, not  the Department of the Treasury, is stipulated as

the Secretary's delegate at I.R.C.  7701(a)(12)(A) & 7805(a)).

     4.   Certification of  disclosure requirements pertaining to

the 1040  information return  form as mandated by regulation at 5

CFR, Part  1320.8(b).  Specifically,  the  following  information

should  be  disclosed:  (1)  What  is  the  reason  specified  by

regulations for collection of information on the 1040 information

return form?  (2) How  is the  information to  be used?  (3) [Not

applicable]. (4)  Is response on the 1040 information return form

voluntary, necessary  to secure  a benefit  (cite authority),  or

mandatory (cite  authority)? (5)  [Not applicable].  (6) Does the

1040  information   return  form   disclose  that   there  is  no

requirement to fill out an information return form if it does not

have a currently valid OMB number?

     Place certified  copies of disclosure documents which comply

with OMB regulations cited above into record.


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     5.   Provide a certified copy of the delegation of authority

from the  Secretary  of  the  Treasury  to  the  Commissioner  of

Internal Revenue,  via authority  vested in  the Secretary  under

E.O.   11833, which  authorizes the  Commissioner to  execute an

Agreement   On    Coordination   of    Tax   Administration   for

administration  of  qualified  state,  county  or  city  tax,  as

specified at  5 U.S.C.   5517 & 5520, with officers or agencies

of the  Union of  several States party to the Constitution of the

United States.

     6.   Provide  statutory   authority  which   authorizes  the

Commissioner  of  Internal  Revenue  to  enter  an  Agreement  On

Coordination of  Tax Administration,  as specified  above,  where

administration authority  so authorized  applies to  people other

than Government  departments and agencies, as defined at 5 U.S.C.

 102  & 105,  and definitions  at 5  U.S.C.  5517 & 5520, and

officers and  employees of those agencies, as the term "employee"

is defined  at  I.R.C.    3401(c  ).  In  other  words,  if  the

Commission has  authority delegated to enter such agreements with

the Governor  or Tax  Commission of  one  of  the  Union  states,

provide  statutory  authority  which  authorizes  administrative,

judicial and  other collection  enterprise relating  to qualified

state,  county,   or  city  tax  which  applies  to  the  general

population which might be subject to these taxes exclusive of the

"employee" defined  at I.R.C.  3401(c ) and the Federal agencies

defined at 5 U.S.C.  5517 & 5520.

     7.   Provide a  certified copy of statutory authority and/or

a delegation  of authority  which authorizes  the Commissioner of

Internal Revenue  and the  Internal Revenue  Service to engage in

collection initiatives vested in the General Accounting Office at

5 U.S.C.  5512(b).


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                  V.  Chief Disclosure Officer,
                 Office of Management and Budget

     A subpoena  duces  tecum  should  be  issued  to  the  Chief

Disclosure Officer  for the  Office of  Management and  Budget to

produce certified documentation of the following:

     1.   Documentation  of   all   current   OMB   numbers   for

regulations and  information-gathering forms issued to Department

of the  Treasury components,  as the  term is  defined at 31 CFR,

Parts 0  & 1.  Documentation pertaining  to information-gathering

forms should  at a  minimum include disclosure of (1) the current

valid number (2) the expiration date, (3) whether or not the form

is voluntary,  necessary  to  secure  a  benefit,  or  mandatory,

(authorities should  be cited  if the form is necessary to secure

or retain  a benefit  or is  mandatory), and  (4) what  class  or

category of  people is  required under  mandatory regulations  to

file 1040 individual income tax return forms.

     2.   An OMB  numerical key  which identifies  the agency  to

which OMB  numbers are  issued, thus  disclosing what  agency was

issued the  number appearing  on any  given information-gathering

form. For  example, the  first four  digits in  OMB No. 1545-0074

might identify the Internal Revenue Service, where the first four

digits in  OMB No. 0607-729 might identify the U.S. Department of

Commerce.


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                    VI.  Disclosure Officer,
                    Internal Revenue Service,
                   Arkansas-Oklahoma District

     A  subpoena  duces  tecum  requiring  the  Chief  Disclosure

Officer for  the  Arkansas-Oklahoma  District,  Internal  Revenue

Service, should  require said  officer to  supply  the  following

certified documentation:

     1.   Certify documentation  of all  days  and/or  continuous

periods of  time during  which Tracy Foster, an Inspector for the

Internal Revenue  Service  who  works  in  the  Arkansas-Oklahoma

District, served as a Special Government Employee from January 1,

1995 through March 31, 1997.

     2.   Provide a certified impression of the District Director

of Internal  Revenue seal  for the Arkansas-Oklahoma District, or

Oklahoma  District,  as  specified  at  26  CFR,  Part  301.7514-

1(a)(2)(ii). Said  impression should be certified by signature of

the District  Director or the District officer duly authorized to

affix and endorse said seal.

     3.   Provide the  delegation of  authority  to  the  officer

charged with  custody of  the district  director's seal  for  the

Arkansas-Oklahoma District,  Internal Revenue  Service  (26  CFR,

Part 301.7514-1(b)).


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              VII. Chief Disclosure Officer for the
         Administrative Office for United States Courts

     A subpoena  duces tecum should be issued requiring the Chief

Disclosure Officer  for  the  Administrative  Office  for  United

States Courts  to produce  the following  certified documentation

into evidence:

     1.   Provide a  certified copy  of statutory  authority  and

regulations which  authorize Article  IV United  States  District

Courts (28  U.S.C.   132) to  exercise judicial  powers  in  the

several States  party to  the Constitution  beyond United  States

jurisdiction, as defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     2.   Provide a  certified copy  of statutory authority which

authorizes  the   Article  IV   United  States   District   Court

established in  the several  States party  to the Constitution to

exercise general  criminal prosecution  powers  even  on  Federal

enclaves located  in the  several States, the Article IV District

Court of  the United States (28 U.S.C.  132), distinguished from

district courts  of the  United States established in the several

States, per  28 U.S.C.  81 et seq. (this mandate is exclusive of

18 U.S.C.   3401; implementing regulations for the United States

Magistrate System  are for  misdemeanor offenses on United States

military installations  and lands under Bureau of Land Management

jurisdiction).

     3.   Provide  certified   copies  of   general   application

regulations (must  comply with  44 U.S.C.    1505  requirements)

which authorize  prosecution of  offenses via  the United  States

Magistrate System,  accommodated  by  Article  IV  United  States

District Courts  located in  the  several  States  party  to  the

Constitution,  other  than  petty  and  misdemeanor  offenses  on

military reservations  and installations,  and in national parks,

etc., under  Congress' Article  IV  3.2 legislative jurisdiction

(this is  exclusive of  regulations at  32 CFR,  Part 1290.1 & 43

CFR, Part 9260.0-1).


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        VIII.  United States Magistrate Judge Sam Joyner

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should be  issued to  United States

Magistrate Judge  Sam Joyner  requiring  him  to  provide  (1)  a

certified impression  of the seal supplied to him by the Director

of the  Administrative Office  of the  United States Courts under

requirements of  28 U.S.C.   638(c), and certified copies of all

entries into  his docket  book supplied  by the  Director of  the

Administrative Office  of the  United States  Courts (28 U.S.C. 

638(a)) relating  to UNITED  STATES  OF  AMERICA  v.  DAN  LESLIE

MEADOR, 96-CR-113-C.


      IX.  United States Magistrate Judge Frank P. McCarthy

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should be  issued to  United States

Magistrate Judge  Frank P.  McCarthy requiring him to (1) provide

a certified  impression of  the  seal  supplied  to  him  by  the

Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts

under requirements  of 28  U.S.C.   638(c),  and  (2)  certified

copies of  all entries  into his  docket  book  supplied  by  the

Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts

(28 U.S.C.   638(a)) relating to UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. DAN

LESLIE MEADOR, 96-CR-113-C.


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        X.  Court Clerk for courts of the United States,
                  Northern District of Oklahoma

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should issue to the Court Clerk for

courts of the United States for the Northern District of Oklahoma

for the following:

     1.   The Court  Clerk should  provide an  impression or ink-

impressed seal  of the  United  States  District  Court  for  the

Northern District  of Oklahoma,  said court  being the Article IV

court established under authority of 28 U.S.C.  132.

     2.   The Court  Clerk should  provide an  impression or ink-

impressed seal  of the  Article III "district court of the United

States" for  the Northern  District of Oklahoma established under

authority of 28 U.S.C.  116(a).

     3.   The Court  Clerk should provide a certified copy of his

commission as  Clerk of  the Article  IV United  States  District

Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma.

     4.   The Court  Clerk should provide a certified copy of his

commission as  Clerk of  the Article  III district  court of  the

United States for the Northern District of Oklahoma.


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          XI.  Chairman of the Oklahoma Tax Commission

     A subpoena  duces tecum  should issue to the Court Clerk for

courts of the United States for the Northern District of Oklahoma

for the following:

     1.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required  to  provide  a  certified  copy  of  the  Agreement  On

Coordination of  Tax  Administration  effected  between  the  Tax

Commission, or  other Administrative  office or officer, with the

Commissioner of  Internal Revenue,  which authorizes the Internal

Revenue Service  to participate  in administration  of State  and

Federal tax within the State of Oklahoma.

     2.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required  to   provide  certified   copies  of  all  facilitating

agreements  for  all  kinds  of  tax  which  pertain  to  OTC-IRS

cooperative administration of taxes.

     3.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required to provide statutory authority (Oklahoma Statutes) which

authorize him  to enter  an Agreement   On  Coordination  of  Tax

Administration with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue.

     4.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required to  provide constitutional and statutory authority which

permits him  to authorize  Federal agencies  to collect qualified

state tax  from people  other than  officers and employees of the

United States  and United  States instrumentalities, and officers

of United  States corporations,  or as  any given qualified state

tax, as  the term  is defined,  other than  within United  States

jurisdiction, as  United States  jurisdiction within the Union of

several States is defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     5.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required to  provide constitutional and statutory authority which

authorizes him  to enter  an Agreement  relating  to  cooperative

administration of  qualified state tax, as the term is defined at

5 U.S.C.   5517,  which authorizes  enforcement  through  United

States Article  IV territorial  courts  (United  States  District

Court, per 28 U.S.C.  132) for general enforcement of Subtitle F

of the  Internal Revenue  Code, as  amended in  1986  and  since,

throughout  Oklahoma,   without  limitations   of  United  States

jurisdiction as defined at 18 U.S.C.  7(3).

     6.   The Chairman  of the  Oklahoma Tax Commission should be

required to  provide constitutional and statutory authority which

authorizes  him   to  administratively   enter  an  Agreement  On

Coordination of  Tax Administration  which extends  authority  of

Titles 18  and 28  of the  United States  Code, and  the Internal

Revenue Code  of 1954,  as amended  in 1986 and since, throughout

the sovereign State of Oklahoma.


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                 Conclusion & Prayer For Relief

     Each item listed above to be secured by Subpoena Duces Tecum

rests squarely  on a  requirement set  out in the Constitution of

the United States, statutes and regulations of the United States,

or the  Constitution and  laws of  Oklahoma, one  of the  several

States party  to the  Constitution. Each  item requested,  or the

lack of  it, will  contribute  to  proving  or  disproving  venue

jurisdiction,  subject  matter  jurisdiction,  jurisdiction  over

person,  legal   standing,  application   of  law,   validity  or

invalidity of Internal Revenue Service initiatives, and authority

of various  people serving  as judicial officers or in offices of

the United  States Attorney  and the  United States Department of

Justice.

     Plaintiff hereby certifies, under penalties of perjury under

laws of  the United  States of America, without the United States

(28 U.S.C.   1746(1)), that to the best of my current knowledge,

understanding and  belief, all  matters of law and fact set forth

herein are accurate and true, so help me God.


/s/ Dan Meador
___________________________________   ___________________________
Dan Meador                            Date
P.O. Box 2582
Ponca City 74602/tdc
OKLAHOMA STATE

tel:  (405) 765-1415
fax:  (405) 765-1146


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