CANADIANS AND INTERNATIONAL SUPPORTERS: We need $65,917 in 22 days (February 1, 2016) to pay the legal bills so that we can move to the FATCA Charter Trial in Canada Federal Court

Only 22 days to make the February 1 2016 payment. Please support our Plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen.

Today Canada’s National Post describes top motivations to donate: “…Being compassionate toward those in need and a personal belief in the cause.”

January 9, 2016 UPDATE: WE NEED $65,917 IN 22 DAYS (February 1, 2016) TO CONTINUE OUR CANADIAN FATCA LAWSUIT

PLEASE DONATE to (ADSC en français). You can SEND DONATIONS by cheque, cash, PayPal, and transfers. Cash in an envelope with no return address works.

$539,023 for legal costs donated so far, but $65,917 more are needed to continue the litigation.

— This means that you have already raised 89.1% of the money we need to get all the way through the Federal Court stage with our Charter trial.

This Charter trial is our next step in the litigation — and our Canadian and International donor-supporters will determine — with the timing of their donations — when the trial will take place.

We would like to have a trial decision before the next handover (by September) of your private banking information.

We want our litigation success in Canada to be the spark that ends FATCA IGAs in all FATCA compliant countries. Read again our Claims.

Gwen, one of our two Plaintiffs, asks for your help:

“Ginny has articulated her anxiety about reaching our funding goals and I have to agree that this is also what keeps me up at night or wakes me up in the morning with a knot in my stomach.

Ginny and I are not afraid of the big bad wolf…we are afraid of our endeavour petering out for lack of funds and that the rights of all designated “US persons” will be trampled upon with no resistance.

WE MUST continue to resist this bullying by all governments, starting with the US, but especially the chickensh** colluding governments around the world that have infringed on our freedoms and rights within our own home countries by signing IGA’s allowing FATCA.

SEE LITIGATION UPDATES for litigation progress, our Claims and our ADCS website.

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