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All right, let me get this straight. You say that the lifelong car dealer Tim Kelly wants to end economic crimes. When his previous life’s work has been persuading unsuspecting consumers to sign over ownership of the new car that they just bought, to the state (a piece of paper).
Isn’t that an economic crime? Your new car is taken from you at the point of sale, and converted to an asset of the state (a piece of paper). Which has no lawful authority with regard to you, and that is why you are conned to sign over your power of attorney.
You never even see the ultimate evidence of ownership, much less receive it.
Has Tim Kelly ever done anything to even slow down this economic crime against people?