Friday, April 2, 2010

Sanford, more governors, receive threatening letter, Network Solutions reveals possible domain name holder

Posted by Chris Haire on Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 2:32 PM

Last summer, we called for Mark Sanford to step down from office.

Well, now a new group is calling for Sanford — and more than 30 other governors — to step down. According to the AP:

State Law Enforcement Division Chief Reggie Lloyd said Friday a letter was mailed to Sanford on Monday. He said the letter was turned over to the governor's protective detail.

Lloyd said the letter from the Guardians of the Free Republics is no different than letters sent to at least 30 governors in calling for them to step down within three days or be removed.

Needless to say, some folks are getting a little freaked out over the mass mailings. Over in Nevada, security has been beefed up at the statehouse, according to KRNV News 4.

Gov. Jim Gibbons' staff says there is no specific threat of violence in the letter, but nevertheless, felt it was necessary to temporarily close down all entrances to the capitol building, except the main entrance. And at that entrance, they beefed up security.

The Christian Science Monitor has more on the reaction to the letters allegedly sent by the Guardians of the Free Republics.

According to Network Solutions, the domain name for the Guardians of the Free Republics site is registered to Clive Boustred. Network Solutions also lists Boustred as the domain name holder of Libertyforlife.com. The phone number listed on the WHOIS page for the GuardiansoftheFreeRepublic.org has been disconnected.

Over at that site, you can find what seems to be background info on Boustred.

This website was inspired as a consequence of the malicious prosecution of our founder Clive Boustred. Clive has no political aspirations but rather has an abhorrence to politicians. The contributions in this political field are made with the goal of cleaning our nation from criminals in government and also to identify clean politicians.

Repeatedly criminals acting under the color of law have wiped out Clive's companies. His position as an emigrant and avid believer in the construct of the U.S. Constitution and the Founding Principles of the nation makes Clive an eager defender of freedom, much like many of the Founding Fathers who also left other countries to get away from bad government.

Clive's wish is that he could continue on the vision he was building in next generation Internet and education systems through InfoTelesys www.infotelesys.com. InfoTelesys is company with extraordinary potential, however, it has been destroyed as a direct consequence of malicious prosecution against Clive. It appears that the government has so maliciously assaulted Clive because of what InfoTelesys was building, which included:

* Next generation education systems out of the control of any government or organization. "Pull" based education where the student chooses content.
* Next generation banking which included a competitor to the Federal Reserve Bank and a means for individuals to protect their assets from the clutches of greedy governments.

Coppercards.com also appears to be another site where Boustred holds the domain name. You can learn more about Copper Cards here.

Here's video from Copper Cards:


CopperCards Chairman’s Vision Statement — THE SOLUTION

Liberty | MySpace Video

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