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Friday, October 11, 2019


Dear Fred Grieger,

I am not going to respond to your request for an interview. You may not supplant your
personal opinion about Article V of the Constitution. YOU ARE OUT OF LINE.

Sincerely,
Karen Hudes
Acting General Counsel, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Overseer Mandate Trustee, Global Debt Facility, TVM-LSM-666

https://khudes.s3.amazonaws.com/Twitter8.20.19.pdf

Martin Dempsey is holding another Townhall meeting on Facebook, but


we have grown weary of expecting any answers from that member of the Knights of
Malta. We do not expect any answers from the US Congress either, because that body
has been declaring a state of emergency and keeping us under martial law since 1861.
Congress has refused to acknowledge that the US Constitution was replaced by a
second, secret Constitution in 1871, and it has refused to convene a Constitutional
Convention although this was required under Article V of the Constitution after more
than 2/3rds of the state legislatures have requested amendment of the Constitution.
From: Fred Grieger
Sent: Wednesday, October 9, 2019 2:42 AM
To: karenhudes@hotmail.com <karenhudes@hotmail.com>
Subject: Federal Reserve, the 1871 "Secret Constitution", etc

Dear Ms. Hudes

My name is Fred Grieger. [I have deleted Fred Grieger's self promotion]

The reason I am reaching out to you - is because I occasionally do live radio and podcast
interviews with a radio producer in Minnesota - Jerry Van - who also used to produce "The
Prairie Home Companion" for Garrison Keillor.

I would like to ask for the opportunity to conduct an interview with you at some time that
might be convenient for you.

In particular, I would like to explore your comments on supporting the notion of an Article V
Convention, as the means to escape from this 1871 "secret constitution." I had published an
article (link to that will follow as well) - in which I vehemently object to the idea of an Article V
- for many of the same reasons cited by the interviewer. However, I am not a trained attorney,
and after hearing you, I am wondering if I am mistaken in my assertions - as expressed in the
article at the link below.

I think a discussion together - which in part explores a little more deeply my question - in
terms of your view on the possible benefit of an A-V convention could be not only fascinating
- but very valuable for the on-going discourse on our governance.

May I ask if you could please be so kind to reply to me when you have some time - so we
could discuss this in a little more detail ? I would be very grateful for your time, and believe
we could have a very productive and thought provoking discussion.

My contact info, and link to my blog article on A-V convention - follows: Thank You Again
most sincerely for taking the time to read this:

Fred Grieger, MS, MBA


Mobile: (717) 203-9415
Email: fgrieger@aol.com
Website: www.chase-the-rabbit.com

http://www.chase-the-rabbit.com/blog/article-v-convention-of-states-a-colossally-stupid-
idea

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