Washington State Warrant Processing Division Scrubs Website that (Court) Warrants are merely Checks

Many of the blog posts here on Governmental Services Corporation Watch have relied upon the evidence on the State of Washington Corporation – Warrant Processing Division website.  The legal fictional BAR Attorneys seem to have gotten wise to the obviousness of the following text on such a governmental website:

April 11, 2016 Snap shot Click for the full resolution screen shot. And also found here on the Wayback machine.

As it is seen here:

A warrant – or check – is a legal, negotiable instrument drawn against the state treasury in place of a commercial bank.  State agencies disburse funds to vendors or other payees by issuing warrants from the state treasury that bears the State Treasurer’s unique Routing Number and are signed by the State Treasurer.

Because the responsibility for authorizing and producing warrants resides with individual state agencies, inquiries about a payment made by a state agency should be directed to the issuing agency.

But this text has changed:  the “-or check-” is removed.  Their website now puts forth: Continue reading Washington State Warrant Processing Division Scrubs Website that (Court) Warrants are merely Checks