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‘Eye of Sauron’ goggles 100% of motorists under ‘financial responsibility’ law 

From left, David Gerregano, commissioner of revenue; Brad Buchanan, administrative judge; Anne Warner, DOR attorney defending “The Guano”; and Camille Cline, Guano lead department attorney. The mugshots of DOR victims under the TN financnail responsibility law are from (Photos DOR)

For we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood we have hidden ourselves.

– Isaiah 28:15

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Monday, July 1, 2024— People pretending to represent the state of Tennessee are involved in a massive fraud against poor people in the state – folks who are not customers of the insurance industry.

The fraud is through the department of revenue and is run knowingly and intentionally by a Gov. Bill Lee appointee. The fraud forces people to buy motor vehicle insurance policies and generates what I estimate to be at least a billion dollars in free premiums for any of 350 approved insurance companies signed up under Tennessee’s Atwood program, AKA “Eye of Sauron.”

I depose “agency institutional knowledge expert” Jennifer Lanfair on July 9 in Nashville, the Lord willing. (Photo DOR)

My prosecution of this fraud is in administrative court. Awaiting a clear signal, I meanwhile have drafted a civil federal case against the commissioner, David Gerregano (“The Guano”), premised on my possible arrest using my car without a coverage policy with a revoked plate. I will file it in suit of his personal capacity for all the harms done outside of his office without the cloakature and protection of office as a man operating in his estate against me in my estate.

To have standing to sue, I let an Insurance policy with State Farm lapse on a 2000 Honda Odyssey minivan with its more than 300,000 miles of travel.

 The case right now is in a administrative court overseen by Brad Buchanan, and the Guano’s defense made by attorneys Camille Cline and Anne Warner.

The barbarity is that poor people are the ones victimized by police and sheriff’s deputies statewide in 95 counties and hundreds of cities under the “Eye of Sauron” policy, with cops authorized to have vehicles towed and parked in private towing company lots, usually with a $250 redemption fee plus daily $30 or $40 storage costs levied by the wrecking companies. 

The innocents are charged with “driving without insurance” or driving “without proof of financial responsibility.”

The department of revenue says it has authority to compel everyone using the public road to become insurance company customers, or, barring that, fork over F$65,000 to the commissioner of revenue. Big stick, little stick. No carrot.

Ed Soloe of Alcoa, Tenn., is the Gnome Librarian who had his family van towed for “no insurance”.

To have at all times either a bond, an insurance policy or a pre-accident payment proof of $65,000 payable to the commissioner of revenue. This program outside of any law, violates the Tennessee oppression statute in the criminal code and is a form of extortion, which is a separate felony.

I have dubbed the departmental program as the “Eye of Sauron” because the EIVS system is a giant wide-open burning eyeball towering over the highway and byway landscape of state of Tennessee. Guano is using the Atwood amendment, which went into effect Jan. 1, 2017, to surveil 100 percent of registered motor vehicle without a policy. EIVS is electronic insurance verification system.

The state has 6.34 million cars and trucks registered for commerce as motor vehicles. The Sauron eyeball is not supposed to be wide open at all, glaring out over the Tennessee landscape and highways and boulevards. Its job is to surveil fewer than 3,000 people who are called high-risk drivers who have violated the terms of conditional use of driver license or registration plate or tag.

These 3,000 high-risk people who are required to have SR-22 certificates from the insurance industry. These are more expensive policies and they are for people who attain their registration and driving license privileges conditionally on the fact of an unfulfilled court judgment in a motor vehicle accident or they have violated the TFRL.

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