Definition of a Rebuttal, and conversations with Heather
Posted by D.
reblogged from Removing the Shackles
I am posting a few pieces of conversation that have happened over the past couple of days. Not only for Transparency's sake, but to help answer a few lingering questions.
First off, I wasn't going to respond to this conversation last week- I mean, I was, then I decided I wouldn't.... and now I've decided to make just one last comment on the topic, followed by Heather's last comment on the topic as well.
Here is the statement that ran all over the internet on skype and in various forums:
[2:39:49 PM] Henry O'Leary: UCC FILINGS Have Now been REBUTTED:
The Debate should be over !
People can now move on to other, more fruitful ideas.
I clicked on the link, and the link listed on the link which takes you right back to the original link- which is a forum. No web page, No UCC filing pdf, No link to the official UCC website showing the rebuttal.... So therefore I have to assume that the post on the forum IS the "rebuttal" that, the glaringly obvious, "Henry" has posted.
My response: Dear "Henry",
Posting your opinion on a forum is NOT a "Rebuttal". Please note (highlights are mine):
If there is a dispute, error, or falsity make AND deliver a duly verified sworn DECLARATION OF REBUTTAL to the duly verified, sworn and REGISTERED OPPT DECLARATION OF FACTS, point by point, with specificity and particularity,with full responsibility and liability, under the penalty of perjury under any law you identify, that the forgoing is true and accurate, signed by your wet-ink signature.To date, no such rebuttal has been registered.
"make AND deliver", means Make your sworn and duly verified DECLARATION OF REBUTTAL, and Deliver it, ie: it must be filed in the UCC as a FORMAL REBUTTAL. You may also wish to note that there is always a time frame that a rebuttal can be filed within..... usually 72 hours, although the OPPT Trustees were nice enough to give the corporations/governments 5 months to file a rebuttal.
..... Posting your opinion on some forum 16 months later..... doesn't qualify as a "Rebuttal", nor is it even slightly within the allowable time frame.