Michael McKibben, founder and CEO of Ohio based Leader Technologies, filed a trillion dollar bond lien against the federal government for the alleged confiscation of their social networking invention since 2000. Bill Clinton’s intelligence advisor, James P. Chandler, first learned about Leader invention in Feb. 2002, according to the Miller Act Notice.
(JUL. 24, 2017)—Citing bombshell lawyer notes of a private conversation, U.S. intelligence insiders called their plan to use stolen social networking technology to take over the Internet a “coup.” Leader Technologies and its founder and inventor, Michael McKibben, served the federal equivalent of a lien on the US government today.
U.S. Intelligence insiders associated with the Clinton Administration called their plan to use technology stolen from Leader Technologies to take over the Internet a “coup.”
In what could best be described as “The Crime of the Century,” the Deep State Conspiracy predated the Obama Administration. It began under the presidency of William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton. These criminals used their positions of authority to commit the greatest crime against the citizens of this country in the history of the United States, effectively taking over the media communications of the entire country. Their actions are tantamount to sedition and treason against the U.S. Constitution and “we, the people.”
It is time to bring these criminals to justice, We the people DEMAND arrests, as well as compensation to the real owner of this technology, Leader Technologies.
The original technology included safeguards built-in to protect the users; which the Deep State conspirators removed to suit their treasonous agenda.
BATTLE FOR THE SOUL OF AMERICA
by Michael McKibben, Leader Technologies
Leader Technologies CEO McKibben is the true inventor of social networking, Leader filed a “Miller Act Notice” on the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on July 24, 2017.
The Miller Act, 40 USC 3131, requires prime contractors on government contracts to post bonds guaranteeing payment to suppliers. Leader has proven breach of contract and argues that technology suppliers to the the Deep State have benefited from Leader’s inventions since 2000 without compensating Leader for those benefits. All this is explained in the Miller Act Notice. As an example, when your builder doesn’t pay the subcontractors, the subs can file a mechanic’s lien.
The Miller Act is similar, except that the federal government is exempt from having to sell its property to cover outstanding obligations. In lieu of a mechanic’s lien, federal contracts require surety bonds.
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