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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Dealing with the courts as free men and women



The sovereign states had been abolished in 1790 by the adoption of Article 1 of the Statutes at Large, which converted all the sovereign states into federal districts and gave the federal government lawful jurisdiction everywhere. In consideration of the fact that the federal government is a corporation and that corporations can lawfully own other corporations; and all the American subjects to be educated have admitted under penalty of perjury that they are corporations; the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the corporate federal government. [See how sneaky and tricky lawyers can be? And all the more reason why lawyers should never be allowed to serve in government or in [judgment of us]! Under our corporate governments, no living man or woman can lawfully be tried or convicted of any statutory crime! I recently discovered how to avoid prosecution under the Trust, when a free man or woman is taken before a corporate prosecuting Attorney or a Judge: First: “the free man or woman must inquire if we are on the record, and if not, insist upon it! Say nothing, sign nothing and answer no questions until you are convinced that the proceedings are being recorded!”

Secondly: all a free man or woman has to say for the record is: “I am a beneficiary of the Trust, and I am appointing you as my Trustee!” Thirdly: the man or woman then directs his Trustee to do his bidding! “As my Trustee, I want you to discharge this matter I am accused of and eliminate the record!” Fourthly: if the man or woman suffered any damages as a result of his arrest, he can direct that the Trust compensate him or her from the proceeds of the Court by saying; “I wish to be compensated for [X] dollars, in redemption.” This statement is sufficient to remove the authority and jurisdiction from any prosecuting attorney or judge. The accused will be immediately released from custody, with a check, license or claim he identifies as a damage. It doesn’t matter what the action involves or how it is classified by the corporate law as a civil or criminal action! It works every time!



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