The Panamaed Papers


Jefferson Beauregard “Jeff” Sessions was born in Selma, Alabama and raised in Camden, Alabama and hails to be from Mobile, Alabama. Jeff Sessions has an office in the B,B&T Bank Building which is the old failed Colonial Bank Center.

Thomas Scott Smith, Jr. is a Dothan, Alabama Attorney with Smith & McGhee, PC at 211 W. Main St, Dothan, Alabama.

Thomas Scott Smith, III was Clerk for Federal Judges Grenade and Dubose.

I was on the Senate Finance Committee IRS Oversight Committee Panel due to my qui.tam. Racketeering Case…..a corrupt IRS Agent whom I met at the White Western Men’s Club with Rev. J.W. Hunt and Harry Sanders died two days after being served by US Marshals as a RICO Defendant………..there was a murder investigation conducted by the IRS……….the 11th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals ignored verbal argument to exhume and have an independent Medical Examiner conduct an autopsy since the 14th Circuit Medical Examiner Dr. William Sybers had just murdered his wife Kay Sybers and his son had suspiciously committed suicied. The Supreme Court Clerk returned by writ of certioari due to some spacing error and I had to republish the 32 Defendant Document, serve all Defendants and ReFile. The writ was rejected due to time tolling from the 11th Circuit Decision rather than the rejection of the Request For Hearing en banc…..more later…..sessionsletter-001


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Jon B. Carroll on January 7, 2017 at 11:25 am

    You should call me. Im no fan of Caylor but he should have a right to publish things . We are thinking about writing a article about this and interviewing law professor friend.



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