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A WINTER - SPRING ISSUE - MARCH - 2006 / tviNews UpDates •
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TVInews - 102 Nathan B. Stubblefield Family Trust and NBS100.com files Wireless Telephone Complaint against the FCC for $30-billion / NBS100 vs FCC, Attorney Charles Portz, of Houston says it's similar to the Holocaust vs France case, Sedition Laws. The Espionage Act of June 15, 1917 - A telephonic interview conducted by CSN - Pete Allman.
Congressman - Frank Albert STUBBLEFIELD, (1907-1977) - Ky
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03. PORTZ QUOTES
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1. Feature Story / $30-Billion Claim Filed / Houston
This week, (March 5th, 2006) -- the NBS Stubblefield Family Trust filed its formal intake complaint against the FCC for $30-billion. The complaint alleges they misused their power in a scheme to avoid the $30-billion payment to the heirs of Nathan B. Stubblefield, the inventor and patent owner of Wireless Telephone.
Charles Portz, of Houston, the attorney for both claimants, NBS100 Family Trust and NBS100.com, stated the government never paid the Wireless Telephone inventor a dime for his property that was seized, sold and is still being sold since 1913, for various reasons that includes, war time national security and the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
The Claim was filed and mailed directly to FCC's Joel Kaufman, the General Counsel, Administrative Law Division of the Federal Communications Commission offices in Washington, D.C. The complaint, amongst other allegations, states that various government agencies were established since 1913, that ran special "Secret Keeper" projects where inventors and others were enticed, silenced by new sedition laws, and in some cases, were forced to turn over their assets to the U.S. Governmental agency in charge of Wartime projects.
"The national public depository who accepted and held Stubblefield's property in trust, has of date, not revealed and named the agency by the FCC. The NBS assets received by the depository, include the NBS wireless telephone system and its radio frequency bi-products and other valuables. NBS is seeking an accounting of the property after it was seized and repayment of money allegedly earned through fraudulent means from the agencies that purportedly received the $30-billion. The claimants are also seeking restitution and compensatory and punitive damages from that agency.
"For over a year," says Troy Cory, "I've been questioning and trying strenuously to find out how to resolve the depository matter, but the regulating staff keeps shifting the goal post."
Several FCC officials speaking on condition of anonymity, admitted that in all probability, the depository of the NBS assets was their agency, especially after reading the NBS100 TeleCom Study website, and reading the testimony of FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin.
The filing's cover letter stated that it wasn't until April, 2005, during the testimony before Congress by FCC Chairman, Kevin J. Martin, that his clients first discovered the amount collected by the FCC. "The $27-billion came from the public auctions held by the FCC to sell the NBS100 Family Trust's wireless telephone airwaves," says Troy Cory-Stubblefield, the grandson of the inventor, See NBS100 report FCC 2005

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Part 02 / Wireless History Timeline
1902 - "It is our contention," says Troy Cory, "that it was in 1902, during my grandfather's wireless radio telephone demonstrations in Philadelphia, and at the world's first ship-to-shore wireless telephone broadcast event in Washington, D.C., on the Potomac River, that he got his first taste of what it meant in being away from his family and his industrial college, he called Teléph-on-délgreen of Murray, Kentucky. It was at this time, he commenced his active business activities with author, Frederick Collins, Nikola Tesla, and General George O. Squier, of the U.S. Army Signal Corps. See Photos above.
1908 - It was in 1908, the same year Stubblefield received his wireless patent, that General Squier and Collins introduced NBS to the "flying machine." Together they found the best way to utilize the new NBS wireless telecom system with ground troops. Stubblefield played a big part in developing the secrets of Sidebanding, for the Signal Corps. Sidebanding is the method of sending voice into space, utilizing bare wires and land lines.
1911 - It was in January, that all of Squier's patents, discoveries and inventions he worked on with Stubblefield and Collins -- were patented in the name of the People of the Untied States. Stubblefield's 1898 and 1908 FiWi and WiFi patents were not included in the People's patents.
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As a result, it is still rumored to this date -- that the General had improperly enriched himself by pocketing several important claims for his personal benefit. "The Flying Machine patent was issued to my uncle Bernard Stubblefield - in November, 1912. About the same time, Squier introduced the sideband idea to Bell," said Troy. -- MORE STORY
"It should also be cited at this point," said Portz, "that between 1912 and 1913, two relevant sets of laws were established to defeat Stubblefield's ability to sell his wireless RF frequencies to third party users." On December 13, 1913, AT&T's "Kingsbury Commitment" was accepted by the U.S. Attorney General and approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. This "Kingsbury Commitment," restricted the use and sale of Stubblefield's wireless radio frequencies.
Other noteworthy dates that prevented Stubblefield from selling his "dangerous RF waves" were as follows, to wit:
01) April 6, 1917, the U.S. declared war on Germany. All commercial and amateur wireless stations were closed down and came under the control of the U.S. Navy;
02) The U.S. Sedition Act United States, a portion of the amendment to Section 3 of the Espionage Act of June 15, 1917, can be seen below. See Byline Story
03) President Woodrow Wilson on July 31, 1918, under authority of a joint resolution of Congress -- took control of the telephone and telegraph systems in the United States, placing them under the direction of the Post Office Department;
04) GOVERNMENT REGULATION - 1922. The administration of the broadcasting industry regulations was entrusted to the U.S. Department of Commerce;
05) RADIO ACT OF 1927 - the pace setter for the FCC; and
06) 1934 - FCC form - Congress created the Federal Communications Commission in 1934.
07) 1996 - Congress deregulates telephone monopolies. The Telecommunications Act of 1996. Congress authorizes the FCC to sell the Stubblefield Wireless Telephone (spectrums) -- frequencies.
"As you can see by the Timeline," continued Portz, in his cover letter, "we are not only alleging the missteps used by those agencies prior to the creation of the FCC in 1934, but those missteps used by various agencies assigned to control and account for the patent pools and Home Security Sedition Laws, authorized by Congress during wartime - that enabled them to freely seize my clients' assets, then sell them 66 years later, through FCC auctions, without payment."
"Really," says Portz, "this is a simple time table issue as to whether or not, the government should honor and pay an old debt -- from the $27-billion the FCC just received from auction sales. Experts in patent history and accounting will be called on as witnesses, to testify on the principles required for accurate accounting, just as FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin did in his April, 2005 testimony, before Congress."
"This way," continued Troy, "not only will the $30-billion claim be resolved, but the difference between the RF transmissions of voice, dit dahs, and as to what a virtual antenna is, will finally be defined for school book updating."
"There's no reason to reinvent the wireless telephone,"
says Josie Cory-Stubblefield, during the Allman telephone interview, "because since the death of N.B. Stubblefield, in 1928, his original patent, trademarks and copyrights, have been properly maintained by Bernard, Frank and Troy Stubblefield, the son, nephew and grandson respectfully."
"The damages to my clients who have carried on the Stubblefield RF radio broadcasting trademark traditions, go way beyond the patent expiration date of 1925," said Portz. The documents speak for themselves -- the registered and unregistered intellectual property rights, products, marks and service marks encompass both tangible and intangible assets. The intellectual property rights include the original wireless telephone design, WNBS AM-FM-TV, FiWi, WiFi and RF frequencies, (spectrums), trademarks, and published copyrights.
Nathan's grandson, Troy Cory-Stubblefield and his wife Josie, since 1971, have co-authored, copyrighted and trademarked over 8 volumes of books and articles relating to Nathan's Wireless Telephone, broadcasting history and to the SMART DAAF Boys™. The D-Diary Book™ explains how the 'Johnnies-come-lately,' have re-invented the "wireless telephone™" by the "Stroke of a Pen."
"The words, radio, cell phone, mobile telephone, WiFi are prime examples of how fresh names are are still being used to cannibalize and substitute our original "wireless telephone™" terminology -- out of the picture," said Troy. "But the risk of not accepting the Johnnies-come-lately's fresh words, is probably just as great."
NBS100 executives say they condone the substitutions from a position of strength. They have the original 1907 "wireless telephone™" patent, trademark drawings and copyright background, -- not AT&T, Verizon, Sprint or more important the men at FCC. Both Troy and Josie, are active members of the NBS100 "wireless telephone™" panel, favoring the use of the $30-billion claim for their Wireless Cemetery™ project.
"Cemeteries across America will become the hubs to locate our National Broadcasting Systems network of NBS100 transmitting towers. Each headstone will be identified with RFID tags, linked to the Internet. The extra revenue will help maintain each cemetery," said Troy.
At their Vine Street Video Center and Rosemont Studios, they have produced over 500 music recordings, and radio and television shows many of them shortened to 6-minute segments. The segments have been shown by independent operators of web sites, owned by Smart90.
Smart90.com targets the rapidly expanding webcasting of movies provided by VRA TelePlay Pictures. They include, LookRadio.com, NBStubblefield.com, wnbs.com, VRAtv.com, Xingtv.com and NBS100.com. Some of the TelePlay story lines are about disappointments and the anguish of ordinary people living in China, Germany and America, dealing with politics. Former FCC chainman, Michael Powell is featured on one segment with Troy.
"The method used in filing my clients' Formal Complaint Intake Form," says Portz, "will give the FCC and Department of Justice and ourselves ample opportunities to fix each other's comprehension of the Billion dollar case." "I might add here," said Troy, "so far, they have failed to provide us with the proper FCC forms and law-in-motion forum, suitable for our claim, as promised."

3. Editor's Note / "Yes," states Portz in his complaint cover letter to FCC's attorney, Joel Kaufman, "you are correct, it would now be impossible to file a complaint for infringement, because the six-year period of expiration, (1925), is way out of sight.
CASE History
But the NBS100 complaint is not for infringement, it's for fraud, gross negligence, and the collection of a debt for property assets seized by the government, without payment." cit: Claims Resolution Tribunal vs Swiss banks 2005, in Brooklyn, N.Y., federal court. Swiss Banks Payback Jewish Clients From $1.25 billion to Holocaust victim Fund, and Florida case; 2001 Survivors sue U.S.A. in U.S. district court in Miami in May 2001. See soulfind.com/bigsix,
Portz points out to the possibilities of enjoining his clients as parties of interest in the property asset seizure case just filed last week, March, 3 2006, in New York, against France, to wit:
"The fresh lawsuit seeks damages from the French government for property seized and lost by 75,000 Jews and others who were forced into camps during World War II."
The lawsuit was filed in Manhattan federal court by Holocaust victims and their heirs. It contends that prior to and during World War II, France established and ran holding camps where Jews and others were forced to turn over their property, including bank accounts, insurance policies, patents, trademarks, artwork and other valuables, before being transported to death camps.
The lawsuit names as defendants the French government and its national railroad, which it said ran the trains that transported the victims.
A third defendant, the national public depository of France, accepted and held the plaintiffs' property, the lawsuit said.
The plaintiffs are seeking an accounting of the property and repayment of money allegedly earned through fraudulent means. They are also seeking restitution and compensatory and punitive damages.
Portz alleges there are many similarities in the two claims. In the case of Stubblefield vs FCC, he was not only forced to become a "Secret Keeper," he was forced to turn over his property, including patents, drawings and any secret dealings he had made with Nikola Tesla, Frederick Collins and General George Squier.
Prior to, during and after World War I, (1913 to 1922), Stubblefield's valuable wireless telephone frequencies (spectrums) were seized by U.S. government agencies, as well as his helicopter project with the U.S. Signal Corps. "It appears the patent and trademarks were received by the Signal Corps," said Portz, "but that can't be ascertained at this time, until the FCC tells us so!"
Stubblefield lived and died in seclusion from 1913 to 1928, in Murray, Kentucky. "He never revealed his secrets to my grandmother, Ada Mae," said Troy. "Even his son, Bernard and nephew, Frank Stubblefield, both capable of handling his normal business dealings, were left out of his Washington inner-circle.
When Grandpa Nat returned to his home and industrial school, he was compelled to turn the reigns of Teléph-on-délgreen over to Rainey T. Wells," continued Josie.
Bernard Stubblefield, was named as the inventor and patent owner of the special "Flying Machine," and Stubblefield's Teléph-on-délgreen College, is now the campus of Murray State University, in Murray, Kentucky.
Nathan B. Stubblefield's nephew, Frank Albert Stubblefield, (1907-1977) He became a member of the U.S. Congress (Jan. 1959- Dec. 1974).

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The U.S. government and lawyers for tens of thousands of Hungarian Holocaust survivors agreed Monday in Miami to settle a lawsuit seeking compensation in the "gold train" case. The trainload of looted gold and art stolen from Jews by the Nazis was subsequently confiscated by American troops on its way from Hungary to Germany, but never returned to the property's lawful owners.
A lawyer for the plaintiffs, Sam Dubbin, said the agreement, which still has to be worked out in detail, would apply to between 30,000 and 50,000 Hungarian Jews whose property was stolen by the Nazis. For the Justice Department, Daniel Meron, principal deputy assistant attorney general, said the two sides "managed to narrow our differences" so the... CLICK FOR MORE STORY DIRECT

Congressman - Frank Albert STUBBLEFIELD, (1907-1977) - STUBBLEFIELD, Frank Albert, a Representative from Kentucky; born in Murray, Calloway County, Ky., April 5, 1907, the same day NBS filed for his wireless telephone patent;
Frank attended the public schools; student at University of Arizona in 1927; B.S., University of Kentucky College of Commerce, 1932; engaged in the retail drug business in Murray, Ky.,
1939 - Member of city council, Murray, Ky., 1939-1942; served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy from 1944 until September 1945; member of the Kentucky Railroad Commission, 1951-1955; reelected to four-year term in 1955, but resigned December 31, 1958, to run for Congress;
1959 - Member of the U.S. Congress (Jan. 1959- Dec. 1974). Elected as a Democrat to the Eighty-sixth and to the seven succeeding Congresses and served from January 3, 1959, until his resignation December 31, 1974;
1974 - unsuccessful candidate for renomination in 1974 to the Ninety-fourth Congress;
1974 - Frank died on October 14, 1977; interment in Murray City Cemetery. - Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1771-Present.
Sedition Laws. The Espionage Act of June 15, 1917 - SECTION 3. Whoever, when the United States is at war, shall willfully make or convey false reports or false statements with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the military or naval forces of the United States, or to promote the success of its enemies, or shall willfully make or convey false reports, or false statements, . . . or incite insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty, in the military or naval forces of the United States, or shall willfully obstruct . . . the recruiting or enlistment service of the United States, or . . . shall willfully utter, print, write, or publish any disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive language about the form of government of the United States, or the Constitution of the United States, or the military or naval forces of the United States . . . or shall willfully display the flag of any foreign enemy, or shall willfully . . . urge, incite, or advocate any curtailment of production . . . or advocate, teach, defend, or suggest the doing of any of the acts or things in this section enumerated and whoever shall by word or act support or favor the cause of any country with which the United States is at war or by word or act oppose the cause of the United States therein, shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 or imprisonment for not more than twenty years, or both . . . A portion of the amendment to Section 3 of the act was subsequently repealed in 1921.

See NBS100 report FCC 2005
"The Flying Machine patent was issued to my uncle Bernard Stubblefield - in November, 1912. About the same time, Squier introduced the sideband idea to Bell," said Troy. -- MORE STORY
102 Charles Portz Heads NBS100 Part One
cit: Claims Resolution Tribunal vs Swiss banks 2005, in Brooklyn, N.Y., federal court. Swiss Banks Payback Jewish Clients From $1.25 billion to Holocaust victim Fund, and
cit: Florida case; 2001 Survivors sue U.S.A. in U.S. district court in Miami in May 2001.
cit: See soulfind.com/bigsix,
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Section B: TIMELINE / http://www.smart90.com/nbs100/NBS100reportB.htm
MORE STORY - Timeline Exhibit "A" / 1868 to 1905 - "The Land-line to Wireless"
MORE STORY - NBS100b Timeline "B" / 1905 to 1910 - "The Wireless Patents"
MORE STORY - NBS100c Timeline "C" / 1910 to 1916 - "The Monopoly"
MORE STORY - NBS100d Timeline "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "The World War
MORE STORY - NBS100e Timeline "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC

Timeline Exhibit "B" / 1905 to 1910 - The Wireless Demos"
Timeline Exhibit "C" / 1910 to 1916 - "The War Years"
Timeline Exhibit "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "WT Patent Expires
Timeline Exhibit "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC formed

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