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Section 36 of the Judiciary Act of 1789


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Chapter 20, Section 36 of the Judiciary Act reads: And be it further enacted that an agency be established to perform the function of defending the interest of the United States against threats of a paranormal nature. Such an agency shall be headed by a director of paranormal intelligence who shall report directly to the Attorney General and the President of the United States. This agency shall formulate plans and establish basic national policies to ensure the security of the nation against paranormal threats foreign and domestic. To this end, this agency shall have full jurisdiction over matters of a paranormal nature and is hereby authorized and empowered to serve as the mechanism for detecting, preparing for, preventing, protecting against, responding to and recovering from paranormal attacks.
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