March 18, 2012
Ms. Elaine Marshall
NC Secretary of State
Dear Ms. Marshall:
On March 14, 2012, I faxed you evidence of notary fraud by NC notary Joyce Davin and told you that Karin Strangland in the notary office emailed me stating that she was not familiar with NC State Notary Law Chapter 10b – the laws that the Secretary of State is supposed to be enforcing.
Yesterday I received a generic, unsigned letter from someone in your office stating that Joyce Davin did nothing wrong. Again, in my original letter to you, I detailed Joyce Davin’s violations of NCGS10b(3), 10b(23), 10b(40) and 10b(20k). Joyce Davin notarized defective serology procedure by the NC Department of Health and SBI. Since she is not an attorney, she had no jurisdiction to authorize serology procedure. And, a notary shall not issue a certificate for a notary act that indicates a date other than the actual date the notarized act was performed. But Joyce Davin did, and without a required witness. In summary, Joyce Davin notarized a crime by Department of Health employee Stephanie Raysich and the SBI serology unit.
Per NCGS 10B-60(a) the Secretary of State has jurisdiction for disciplining notaries. Please advise me if you are going to investigate. If not, the IRS has jurisdiction over fraudulent documents per 18 USC 494 and Obstruction of Justice per 18 USC 1506.
If the NC Secretary of State isn’t enforcing notary law, then potentially every document notarized in North Carolina, including court documents, court orders and mortgages are fraudulent, null, void and of no use to anyone.
Mr. Steven Miller, Chief IRS Criminal Investigation
Senator Berger, President of the NCGA
Associated Press: Raleigh and New York