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Q: Q: USC 29 sec. 440 201(c) 205,206, 208, 210 what does this mean? in relation to embezzlement of an irrevocable family &

Q: USC 29 sec. 440 201(c) 205,206, 208, 210 what does this mean?

in relation to embezzlement of an irrevocable family & embezzlement of the retirement pension of settler inheritance to :"all heirs" 

A concealed trustee & tort de son fiduciary adverse beneficiary in CO. the concealed trustee in VA. Manipulated the E&T tax transcripts by swapping addresses between 1040 & 1041 so as to conceal the true trustee by putting an adverse beneficiary as named trustee, with the VA. atty address tied to the appointed trustee. Who could not administer covertly so have enables the CO. adverse beneficiary to embezzle all of the assets and then massive lying feigning confusion. 

federal question ; the magistrate suggested is USC 29 Session 440. Civil Rights Secretary Enforcement Jurisdiction

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This is a new law suit in US District CO. 901 w. 19th .


Relief 30M ;

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A: The reference to USC 29 sec. 440 201(c) 205,206, 208, 210 appears to be related to provisions within the United States Code, although the specific sections cited do not directly correspond to the context of embezzlement or trust and estate matters as described. Typically, the United States Code (USC) is organized by titles, each covering a specific subject matter, and the sections within those titles address various legal topics. It’s important to ensure that the citation is accurate to locate the applicable law.

In the context of embezzlement, trust management, and fiduciary responsibilities, legal issues usually fall under state law for trusts and estates, or specific federal laws related to financial and tax regulations. If there's concern about embezzlement or fiduciary misconduct related to an irrevocable family trust and retirement pensions, these matters would often involve a detailed examination of state trust laws, IRS regulations, and potentially federal laws relating to financial fraud and embezzlement.

Given the complexity of the situation described, involving concealed trustees, manipulation of tax transcripts, and potential embezzlement across state lines, it would be advisable to consult with a legal professional experienced in trust and estate law, as well as federal civil litigation. They can provide guidance on how to proceed with legal action, interpret the relevant sections of the USC in the context of your case, and help navigate the federal court system to address the issues you’ve outlined.

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