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Background Information - Edward H. Smith

Ed is a 1970 graduate of Dartmouth College with a life-long career as an independent business and financing consultant. In the early 1980s, Ed presented a seminar at the TECHNOLOGY/IMPEX New Inventions and Products Expo at Monroeville, PA hosted in cooperation with the US Department of Commerce. Also in the 1980s, Ed's business group was offered the opportunity to help develop and deliver a small business management short course at the University of New Hampshire. His work history also included the development and marketing of a derivative application of one of an earlier database software (R:BASE). From 1991 to 1995, Ed represented a group of Pacific Rim private investors with respect to buying some properties from failed banks as well as evaluating venture capital investments. This work involved the production of extensive documentation and research with respect to financing proposals and private placements. It also provided an "up-close and hands-on" exposure to, and experience with, the shortcomings of both the federal government and legal system to equitably deal with and resolve market failures which were the proximate result of what appeared to be "government-enhanced" speculation.

For two decades, Ed then continued his small business consulting activities while conducting a great deal of research into the growing presence of unfair, deceptive, and unreasonable business practices facing American consumers. As a result his experience, many of Ed's clients have saved very substantial amounts of money through a host of strategies in the wake of the current national housing crisis; especially with respect to foreclosure defense. It should be noted that Ed is also intimately familiar with the civil legal process and its relationship to the self-serving interests of political factions and special interests; and the excessive costs and expenses of litigation that simply can not be afforded by a vast majority of American consumers and taxpayers. For this reason, Ed has also helped many clients get organized and prepared in order to dramatically reduce the legal costs associated with having been thrust into the legal arena.

At this point in history, however, Ed believes that we are faced with a set of circumstances which dwarf the bank and market failures of the late '80s and early '90s; and which may be unparalleled in U.S. history. For these reason, he published The EHS Letter Manual in 2009 and is currently spear-heading the expansion of The Due Process Advocate; a newsletter-styled publication distributed via free email subscriptions. The express purpose of The Due Process Advocate is two-fold: (a) to expose and stop the proliferation of "government endorsed" actions and policies designed to remove due process rights from the common person to serve private interests and political agendas, and (b) to "arm" all Americans with the necessary information and resources to protect their own well-being and property.

To accomplish these goals, Ed is also coordinating the development of a national network of Due Process Advocates who are trained to help American consumers learn the proactive skills to protect their own due-process rights in dealing with a top-heavy government whose objective is to gain power and control by removing the due-process of all Americans.

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          Edward H. Smith
          497 Hooksett Road, #395
          Manchester, NH 03104

          Phone: (603) 867-1022
          Fax: (603) 218-6624
          Email: ehsportal@gmail.com


 

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