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Saturday, June 30, 2012

New Hampshire Money Laundering or simply Fraud

Follow the money? It is some what of a challenge and difficult in NH, the path below is full of various layers it's your call... like Ms. Edmonds once said "believe me; they will do everything to cover this up."

It starts here:
Under NH RSA 169-C:39-i

[RSA 169-C:39-i repealed by 2010, 195:3, effective on the date that the New Hampshire Children's Trust certifies to the secretary of state, the state treasurer, and the director of the office of legislative services that the trust has been formed as a private New Hampshire voluntary corporation and has been qualified by the Internal Revenue Service as a section 501(c)(3) entity.] (means non-profit)
169-C:39-i Successor to or Replacement of New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. –
References in this subdivision to the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation shall include any successor to such foundation. The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation may resign from the obligations imposed on it under this subdivision by paying over all funds held by it under this subdivision to the state treasurer, together with an accounting. Upon such payment, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation shall be relieved of all further obligations with respect to the trust fund.

Source. 1987, 372:6. 1992, 24:1. 1997, 254:8, eff. Aug. 18, 1997.

Cross Reference to NH Dept of Justice Site here:

And then cross reference to the registered charities here:

If you convert the above document in to a word document as done here:

And use the find tool to find the non-profit listed in the statute it does not exist check pages 304 and 79 for variances in title it's not there.

If this statute relates to a Non-profit it would be listed here:

NH Charitable Foundation -
NH Children's Trust, Inc. -

Now whether this was ever really a trust or non-profit it would be on the Sec. of State site showing it was dissolved either here (without the "the)
or here (with the "the")

In both cases it does not show that the original Children's Trust dissolved. However, it shows here:
that it has been in Good Standing since 3/9/1962 it's last filed report however was in 1975 and it has a perpetual expiration date.

Weirdly, the Child Protection Act did not come into existence until 1979.

To All those wonderful Auditors out there what does this look like to you? To the reasonable person like myself; I would like to know where the money has been coming from and going to how it got wrapped into NH RSA 169-C and how it eventually made its way back out and what the connecting non-profits have to do with it...

This may be a hint of where some of the money is going NH RSA 169-C:39-c New Hampshire Children's Trust Fund. – This trust fund never existed on the Sec. of State Site see:

    II. The state treasurer shall establish a separate account to be known as the "trust fund reserve account'' into which shall be deposited all moneys appropriated to the trust fund reserve account. When moneys from a source other than the general fund and other than federal funds are deposited into the trust fund established under paragraph I, the state treasurer shall deposit into the trust fund, from the trust fund reserve account, additional moneys in the same amount on a one-to-one matching basis. Any interest earned on the trust fund reserve account shall revert to the general fund.
    III. Until the total assets of the fund exceed $5,000,000 only the interest earned on the moneys in the trust fund established under paragraph I shall be available for disbursement each year, except for any moneys, the receipt of which is conditioned upon the moneys being expended. When the amount of the trust fund exceeds $5,000,000, any moneys in excess of this amount shall be disbursed for the purposes of this subdivision, except for any moneys, the receipt of which is conditioned upon the moneys remaining in the trust fund.
    IV. Of the interest earned on the trust fund established under paragraph I, not more than 10 percent shall be designated for administrative expenses. All mileage payments for members of the board shall be paid out of these moneys.

Source. 1986, 184:1. 1987, 372:4. 1989, 132:2. 1992, 24:2, VI. 1997, 254:3, 4, eff. Aug. 18, 1997.
hmm this might by why Governor Lynch's transparency only extends to what the State Spends not the funds it is taking in as shown here:

Add to the mix NH RSA 169-C:27 Liability of Expenses and Hearing on Liability. – where the state is charging parents a 100% of bills and if they are divorced each parent is being charged as indicated under this law without a hearing without any of the numerous federal funding deductions found to be given to the states here:
Other interesting money laundering stories can be found here:

Sibel Edmonds stated: ... I am saying, how about the other two branches? And putting the pressure on our representatives in the Senate and the Congress, and the court system. They should be counter-acting this corruption, but they are sitting there silent. If you do not know who she is check here: hint...she started the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC).
She also said: But I can tell that once, and if, and when this issue gets to be, under real terms, investigated, you will be seeing certain people that we know from this country state NH standing trial; and they will be prosecuted criminally. We have to remind the people: Congress has the constitutional obligation and public responsibility to oversee these issues and the Department of Justice's operations.

This report gives documental legislation that occurred under Mondale in 1974 that started this type of fraud.

This doesn't end here...

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