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P.O. Box ll2l92
Cincinnati, Ohio 452I I-2192
July 24e, 2018
Central Credit Services LLC
9550 Regeucy Square Blvd Suite 500
Jacksonville, FL 8t69
To whom it may concern:
I, Nanya-Faatuh El@Orl[, Indigerous Autochthon am the Authorized representative for KINTYA LAMAR THOMAS@O'}'(IJ.C.C.
$ 3402 b\ - 673.4021 (b) in this request for debt validation and all commercial matters. I need to see that generally accepted
accounting principles (GAAP) is being followed. I must see the contract tlat allows you to collect this alleged debt but most
the bookkeeping entries. The following accounts: 010390830533 13; 010690830533 13; 01 1 I 19083053313;20924512;
2A924513.20924514. must be validated under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) Title 15 U.S.C. $$ 1692-1692p
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required under oath to show me validation of the debt by a certified public accountant (CPA). Vou havolea@slqsd sa&c
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Power of Attomey in faet; SFl8t packet fax cover & transmission report to (OMB); HJR-194; S. Con. Res. 26r (IPEDSi; Pres. Barack Obama's
Statement; Pope's Motu Proprio.
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United Nations Declaration or the Rights of Lrdigenous
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Convention on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights, and United Nations Charter: Article 55 & 56:
Presidential Proclamation 7500, H.J.R. 194, S. Con. Res 26. S. 1200.
:Nanya-Faatuh :E1@OrM Authorized represertative for Kintya Lamar Thomas@CIrM Indigenous Autochthonous
Secured Party File No.l6-03-25-5215-l,UCC $3-402 (b) - O.R.C. $1303.42 ; UCC $1-103 *
O.R.C.$1303.103; UCC $l-308 - O.R.C. $1303.308 All Rights Reservei.

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June 25, 2018

Account lnfiormation
Creditor: Navient
hlhlllhtl'l'thll,pll,pllll,rlltlllhllll'lh1tllllll,lg,lh, Total Balance Dus: $34,090.02
Kintya L Thomas
E po Bax 112192 See revense side for llsting of all accounts
E CincinnatiOH 45211-2192

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II. Res. 194

In the House of Representatiaes, f/. S.,

July 29, 2008.
Srhcrcns rnillions of AfricHrrs altl their descendartts rvtlre
errslaved in thc thritul Sta,tcs arrd the tB eolo-
tties frorn 1619 tltrough lltfiS;

Whereas sla.rer1, irr .r\rncriea rcsembled tto otlter form of inrrol-

itr histrtry, as Afi ic&ns were eap-
unta.r'.y sen,ittrde krrorur
turecl ancl sold trt ttuctiort like inanimate objects or ani-

Wherca.s Afiieans fot'cetl ittto slnvcry lvere brutalizecl, humili-

ated, delrumntrizcd, attd sutfeeted to the indignity of
beirrg strippcd of their uames and heritage;

Wrereas enslaved fhnrilics rvent torn apart after having beeu

soltl separatelv li'tlttt oltc tttttlthcr';

Wrerrras tlre .sy;tcm of slttvurl' ulrcl the rriseeral racism against

fxlrsons of .Africtrrt dt'st''ottt upon rvldch it depended be- etttreitt'ltctl irr tlrt' Ntttittn's social f'abr{c',;

\\,1hercns slavcry u'ers rrot officially abolished until the pa$$age

of the tlltlr i\rncrrdltrt'ttt to the United States Ctnrstitu-
tiorr in 11165 alttr tltt' t:trtl of tlrc Civil War';
lYlrercas a,f[et' etnittteipittirtrr fi'otn 24{i .years tlf slflvcn,, Af'ri-
carr-Amcrioflnli li(x)lt stru' tltt' til:etirrg political, srlcittl, atttl
ccorronric gttirru thrl' rrrHtlc tlttt'ittg ll,ccttttsttrtctiotr cvis-
ceratct] lly virrtlt'rrt t'rtcistrt, l1'rrclrirrgs, tliserrf't'ttrrcltist'tttrut.,

Illael< Orxlcs, arrd rtlcial segregatir)n larl'sr that iltrlxrsctl ir

rigirl .sys1,crn of officially satrctiontrtl rnt'ial scgrtrgtrtirxr irr

virt"uall.v till areas of lifb;
\Vltc'rcas the systenr of dc jure racia.l sepp'egtr,tiorr lcrorirr as
"Jirn Orou,," whieh an)se in ccrtain parts of thc Nutiorr
firllrnviug the Cil'il \Yar to create scparate turtl urrrrrprnl
socit'tjes for whites antl Afi'ican-Amerieans, wns a dirrct
result of the ra.eism against persons of Africm tlcsrerrt
urgendered try slavery;

\Vlrt,r'ens a century a,fter the officia,l end of slavcry irr Alnct-

icir, Federal action rvas required cluring the 1960s t,o
elitnitta.te the dejure ancl defacto system of .Iinr (lr.orr
tltrrxrghout parts of the Nation, tlrough its t cstig.cs still
Iirrgcr to this da;1,;

\Vhcreas Afi'ican-Amerieans continue to suffer fxlnr thc coln-

plex interplay between slavery and Jim Crou,-lorrg after.
bt*lr sl,stems lyere formally abolished-tlu,ouglr elor.r'rrous
tlamage and loss, both tangible antl intangible, irrcluclirrg
thc lo;s of Imman dignity, the frustration of carecr.s arrd
prof'essioual lives, and the long-term loss of inconrc arrcl

Whcrcas tlte strn1y of the ensla,vement and de jun: segr.egrrtiorr

of African-Americans atrd the delrumanizitrg
comnittecl against them should not trc purgcd fiutrr or.
rnirrirnized in tlle tellirrg of Amcrica,n histon;

\\'hrrrcas on Jul.r, 8, 2003, during a tl'ip to () Islarrd, Scn-

t'gal, a firmer slarre port, Prcsident Georgc \\'. Iluslr ar-
krrrnvloclgctl slarrcry's contirnrirrg lcgacl- in Amcrit,arr life
rurtl tllc trcul to conhrrrrt that legrrc.r, r,hen hc stirtetl tlrat
slaverl' "$'as olte of tlrc gr.catcrst er.inrcs uf histor.r-
. . . 'l'lrc t'acitrl bigrrtrl, f'rrcl b.-v slaver:)' tlid rrot t.rrtl n'itlr



slavery ot' 'noitlt segtcgrtiou. .Arttl nrnr]' of thq issncs tlrat,

still tnxrtlle Anrg'iut ltuvc rrxrts irr tlrc llittt'r' tr\ret'icrtt'tr
of otlrer timcs. IJtrt ltorvcvtr lotrg tltr, jorttrrc.r', oru'tlcstittl'
is set: litrcrty arrtl justicc fix' rll.";
Whercas Irresident llill Cliutorr rrlso aclnrou{ctlgtrd thc dcep-
sca"ted problems causcd 14' tlre toutirnrirrg lcgut..v of ruc-
ism against Afi{erur-Amerierttrs tlrtrt llug'trrr rrith sltr.ven'
lvlren lre initiated a natiorral tlialogtrr alxxrt race;

\Mtereas a genuine a,pologv is tur irnprxtrrrrt" antl rrcccssary

first step in the proculs rtf racial ret:orrriliatitxr;
Vilrereas an apologl' flir of lxttal rlclnrmarriztrtion
ancl injustiees eautrot or?ln(f the past,. lxrt conf'essiou uf
the wrottgp conrnrittctl carr spct'tl rar.itrl lrcllirrg arrtl ree-
<lnciliatiolt and help Americarrs rrnrfnrrrt tlro g'hosts of
their past;
tlre legislature of t}e Conrrnorrrrcaltlr of \rirgirria has
recently taken the lead in atloptirrg tr rcsolutiou officitrll-r,
expressing appropriatc romorte fur' $lm'en' arrd otlrer
State legislaturcs havc ackrptml or ill'(f t:orrsitlcrirrg siniilar'
resolutious; and

Wrereas it is importa,nt fbr this c.ourrtrl-, rvlrit:h lcgally I'ocog-

niz,ed slavery tlrrough its Corrstittrtiorr arrcl lts lau'$, tr.r
make a formal apolory filr slurtrrl, drrd fin'iLs sueoes$or,
Jim Crtrq', so tlra.t it can nrr)\'(, fixrrartl irrrtl scck xrc-
onciliatiou, justie,e, and hantrorrl' fil' all of its citizcrrs:
Nou', thereftrre, lle it

Iksolved, Tlurt tlrc Iftlnsc of ltt'prr:serrtativc.s-

(1) ackrror*-ledgcs that ,slrrvt,tf is irrr.orrrllttible u'itlr
tltc llasir: firurrrlirrg print:ipk's n.r.ogrrizcrl irr tJrc I)t'r.lar.a-
tirlrr of Irttlepcrttlcrrcc tltat lll lurtr 11l1i 1.1.c11fctl uprtl;

.ITBES 104 Etl


Whereas the legislature of the Common of Virginia has

recently taken the lead in adopting a ion officially
expressing appropriate remorse for and other
State legislatures are eonsidering si resolutions; and

\Yhcreas it is important fbr this country, which lcgally rccog-

nizcd slavcry through its Constitution and its laws, to
make a formal apolory for sla'rery and for its successor,
Jim Crow, so that it can move forward and seek rec-
onciliation, justice, and harmony for all of its citizens:
Now, therefore, be it
L Resrilnted, That the House of Representati'r'es-

2 (1) acknowlcdgcs the fundamcntal injusticc,

3 crueltJr, brutality, and inhumanibr of slavery and
4 Jim Crow;
5 (2) apologizes to African-Americans on behalf

6 of the people of the United States, for the wrongs

7 committed against them and their ancestors who
8 suf'f'crcd undcr slavcry and Jim Crow; and
9 (3) uprcsscs its commitmcnt to rccti$'thc lin-
10 gering consequenees of the misdeeds committed

11 against African-Amerieans uncler slavery and Jim

12 Cror,v and to stop the oecurrenee of human rights
13 violations in the future.

.ERES 194 IE

Il lru COllGltIrSS
lsr Sussrtts

Wrereas durirrg tlrc histor'1' of thc Natirxr, tlrc llnitetl Statcs

has gtrorvn irrto a sl.rrtlxrl of dcrnot:r'trc1' trtttl fi'oedonr
around the rvorlcl;

Wlrereas the legac.v of ;\ti"ieart-;\tttttit'tttrs is irrtc:nrrn'ctr with

the lrery firtrricr of tlrt, rlerttocraev anrl li'trdonr of thc
Unitcd Statcs;
Wherea,s millions of Ati'iearrs orrtl tlrcir' tlest:errclants were
enslaved in tlre lhritcd Stattrs arrtl tlrc Ii] Americtru coltr
nies fi'om I619 thnnrgh Itt{i5;

\ilhereas Afiieans forcrccl irrto slavery \r'er'r, bnrtalizcd, humili-

ated, clehumarrizccl, arrd sulljrrrtetl tc tlrtr irrdignitv of
being strippetl of tlrcil rlamrls arxi heritage;

\Vhereas many euslavctl tirrnilics rverc trn'rr allart after fhmily

men.lbcrrs u,cle soltl selxrrtrtell';

Whereas the s;,stcnr of slaytrl' atrtl tlrtr visccral raccisnr aga.ilst

people of Afi"ican dcsrcrrt lrl)()lr u'hish it, depeirtled trecarne
enmeshecl in thl: srrciul faln'ir of thc tlrritcd Statt:s;

S4rerca"s slavery u'ns rrot offiejnll,r alxrlishetl urrtil tlrc ratifica-

tion of thc llltlr anrerrtlnrcrrt to tlrt, ('orrstitntiorr of the
llnited Statcs irr 1tl(i;-r, aftt,r' tlrt' cucl of the ()ivil \Yar';

Wlrer"eas af't,trr urnalripatitnr fitrn 24(i 'r'cal's of sltrt,t1,, Afi"i-

can-Anrct'i(:rllls ri(x)l selrr tlrt' flct'tirrg, sot.ial, trnd
ceorrornir gairrs tlrtl' rrrir(L' tluritrg lil'r.olrstl.rrctiorr t'r'is-

Ei* **.:-
I r('r'rltd'rl l n' r'inr l er rt, t'rrcixrn, I.rn r cltir rpr, discr rh'at rcl risctnetrt,
llltrrh ('txlrs, atrd t'ttcinl scgrcgatiotr larrs tlrtrt irnposutl rt
rigitl slstcrtt of offlrriall.v sattt:tiorrcd racittl scgtcgtttitttr irr
virtnall.r' nll itt'ttts of lift;
\\'lrcretrs tlxr s,rxtun of tlrr juru rat:itrl segregrtiotr knrlnn trs
"Jirn ('r'rnl'", rrhitrlt ar'()] itr certain parts of thc lirritcd
Stirtcs aftt.r' tlrc (livjl \Var to crcate separate and urrcqual
socit,tics firr' \\rlrites arrcl Africau-Americans, rvas a clirect
resrrlt of tlrc raeisln appdnst per4lle of Afi{ean dcscent
thttt rrrrs ctrgerrdct'qd ll.v slavery;

\Yhertns the s.rxtcnr of .Jirn Crurr laws officially existr:d urrtil
thc I flti0s-rr rcrrturl, after the offroial end of slavery in
thc Unitctl Strrtes-urrtil Coirgress ttxrh aetion to urd it,
lltrt tht' r,tstig:s of Jirn Cxtrv contfirue to this clay;
\Ylrtrycas ,\f ictrrr-l\rnericau$ trontinue to suffer from the corr-
of slurtlr-r' artd ,Iim Oror,v larvs-long after botlr
svst(.rrlri \\'()r'c fix'rnall.t, abolisheel-tlrrough enormous
rlarnagc trrrd loss, both tangible and intangible, including
tlte losr* of lttrurrttr tligrrit.l' ancl liberty;
\{hertrrs the strlry of thc crrslarement and de jure scgregation
of Afi{ctrrr-Arncricaus and the clehumanizing a.troeities
t:ornnrittrtl ergerirrst thcrn should not be purged from or
nrirrinriztd in tlrt' tcllirrg of the history of the llnited

ft'l rtrt,n s tlxrsr .\fi' r-Anrerieans rvho suffcred nnder sluvery

arrd Jirrr (lrrlu' lun's, turd thcir tlescendarrLs, excmpli{_v the
strt.rrgth of tltt' lttrnrttr cltaraetcr a,ntl pnn'idc a nrrxlel of
r(rrr r? Hr.., crtr rr nr it ner rt, rr n tl pcrsovcrar)ee;

trip fir (}orec Isltrrrtl, lkrr-

\\'ltt,r'eas orr Jrrll' fl, 2{X):J, tlru'irrg a
egrtl, ir fortttt'r' slutc port, llresitlcrrt (icorgt \\I. Iluslr uc-
hrrou'lt, tlrt, ttrtirnrirrg legucy of slavo'r' irr lit'c irr tlre

r'SCON 20 ES


Urritul Stntes atrrl tlrtr rtcctl to crttrfirnrt tlrtrt k'gnt'.r', rrlrur

Iru statetl tlrtrt slrtvcn, "lratt ()ue of tlrt, grratcst
crirnes of historl' . . . 'IIrc rnt':ial higrrtrl' fotl b,v slrtx,r'1,
elitl rrot crrtl rritlt slavcr'.r' rlr trith scgrcgtrtiorr. Arrtl nlauv
of the issues tlrat still troublc Anrerica lrave xlots irr tlrc
bittcr experiarce'ol' otlter times. Ilut lxxvcrrur lorrg tlre
jountey, our tlestitry is set: liberty ttud justit:c fix' all.";
\Yhct'uttr Prcsident Ilill
Clintott also acknorvlcdgul tlrc dctlt-
scatctl protrlems causccl brr the eorrtinuing lcgutl' of rac-
isrn aEpinst Afican-Amcrieurs that beprrr rvitlr sla'r'trrv,
t'lruu he initiated a. national dialoguc about rnct;
\\'htrrctrs alt apolog_v for crcnturies of brutal dehrunarrizntiorr
antl ir{ustiecs cannot emse tJre past, lrtrt corrf'cssiorr uf
the rvrongs committed a,rrtl a forma.l apolog' to Afriearr-
Americans will help bincl the rvounds of the Natiotr tlrat
are rooted in slavery and ea,u speed racial hcalirrg und
rcconciliation and help the pcople of the I-]rritccl Statcs
understand the past and honor tlre history of trll llcr4rle
of tlre lhrited State.s;
\{lrcrcrts the legislatures of the Commonrvealt} of Vir ginia
arrd the States of Alabarna, I'lorida., l\Iar1'laud, arrd
North Carulina ltave taken tlte lea.d in a.dolltirrg rcsolu-
tions officially expressing appr'opriate remon;e ftx' slatu'.r',
iurd other Stats legislaturen are consiclering sirnilar rcso-
Irrtiorrs; and

\Yherr.:as it
is imlxrrtarrt for tlre pcoplc of tlrc Urritctl Statt,s,
u,lro legallv recogrrizecl slarcry thnxrgh tlrt: (klrr,stitrrtjurr
aud thc larvs of the {Initetl $hrtes, to luaht' a f'ot.rnal
nlxrlogy fitt' slnvtrw arrd firr its sllc(:orJsor, Jjrrr ('r'r)r\', sr)
th(rv rarr rllo\re fbnvard rurtl scek rccrlrrcilirrtiorr, jrrstirtr,
rrrrd hirrnorr.v firr all ptr4rlcr of tlrc Ulritctl Stirtcs: Not',
tlrortfixrr, bc it
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1 Il.e,toh,e.(l lry th,e fJenute (the llotse qf ll.e\sresenfutt'iue,s

2 t:ott.txtn,i;ttfi, 'flrat tlttr settst' tlf tltc Ourgrcss is thtl I'ol-

3 lon'irrg:

4 (1) At,or,out' rolt rIIIi riNsldvltlllINT AND

5 IJII(Iltt (,ATI()N OI.' .\F'ItI('r\N-;\l{ElllCANS.-'flre Ctlrr-

6 gres$-
7 (A) ar,'kuot'lcdgr:s tlre firrrtlarrrental injus-
8 tice, cruclty, bmtality, a,nel inlturltrnitS' of slav-
9 ery antl Jirn (lrrxt lau's;

10 (l]) aprkrgizqs to Ati'ican-Americans otr be-

11 half of the peolllc of the Urrited Statcs, for the

12 \{rrong.{r cornrnittctl ugrrirrst them antl their a.n-

13 cestors u'ho sufftrretl urrdet slavery ancl Jirn

t4 Crtnv lau's; iurtl

l5 (C) eq)r'esses its recommitment to the

16 principle that, all ptx4rle arc creatcd equal and
t7 urdorved u'ith irrtliettublc rights to lif'e, Iiberty,
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