Touche, Matthew Tucciarone

 By Anna Von Reitz

Real Whistleblowers don’t tend to be whiners in my experience, nor do they have vacillating moral convictions.  That rather discredits Matthew Tucciarone as a Whistleblower in my mind.  
More like an Off-tune Whistler, which is a different kind of bird altogether. 
He claims to have run hither-thither to any and all “patriot” groups and has apparently even mistaken me for a guru.  He claims to know me from way back, but I don’t know him, which is another concern.
  
He claims that we, myself, David Straight, and half a dozen people I don’t know, are all frauds and in it for the money.  Only two characters named Jack and Margy are good and true. 
That’s rather interesting, as I have never charged anyone a dime for my work.  It has all been made available free gratis.  I don’t even get a penny from the books available on Amazon — they are published at cost. 
So, “in it for the money”?  
I can’t speak for anyone else, but I outright deny that.  And any time Tucciarone thinks that donations to the cause outstrip the needs, I will share my “to do” list.  
So who are Jack and Margy?  I don’t know them. They don’t know me.  Their website-type materials show that they are using commercial law techniques to get people individual relief from the pirates, and if that’s what you are focused on, fine.  
One by one, get some relief.  
But notice, I said, “some” relief, because the solutions that Jack and Margy are offering are like salve on an itch.  Fine enough, if you are content to spend your life in a battle with toenail fungus, but 
not serious about preserving your life as a whole. 
In order to exercise commercial solutions, you have to be operating in commerce, and part of the reason you are in trouble in the first place, is that there is a presumption (largely unjustified) that you are operating in federally regulated maritime commerce.  
Please focus — if not for that presumption, you probably wouldn’t have an itch to begin with.  
So, using Jack and Margy’s methods, you can go in and have a maritime battle royale and you can use commercial means and arguments to win cases, but all that really guarantees is that you will continue to have commercial court fights. 
It also cements the fact that you ARE operating in commerce, and does not settle the issue of what kind of commerce you are engaging in. 
It doesn’t set you free.  
It is just one more way of getting out of a legal jam, when there shouldn’t even be a legal jam. The end result is that you get out of one part of the maze, but stay trapped within the maze itself. 
Is that what you want and need?  Just a one-time fix and everything is fine-fine?  Great.  Go see Jack and Margy.  God bless you, God bless them. 
But I’m in it to win.  
A lot of Americans are being unjustly accused of “statutory infractions” and dragged into foreign courts and fined and jailed and harassed — it’s revenue for the pirates, and this kind of activity fleecing people for corporate profits is just going to increase. 
So feel free to resist in any venue whatsoever. 
But I am not offering any “silver bullet” for speeding tickets or magic tricks to solve divorce settlements. 
That’s not what The American States Assembly is about, and I am sorry if Matthew Tucciarone assumed otherwise.  Let’s make it explicit for him and everyone else. 
My efforts and the efforts of all those with me, are aimed at long term solutions for everyone — broad spectrum and systemic solutions brought about by the restoration of the American Government to its proper form and function. 
We are not concentrating on individual court cases; instead, we are concentrating on setting up our own common law court system, so that we all come under the form of law we are owed, and get permanent relief from 80 million possible statutory infractions. 
It’s our right to do it, and we are exercising that right.
Think of it— all of us permanently freed from the scourge these courts represent, because they will be replaced with American Common Law Courts, instead. 
No more Hired Jurists sitting like God on a bench (bank) making arbitrary decisions based on their “discretion”. 
No more motive to pass more and more and more oppressive statutory laws.  
No more struggle and expense to enforce all these foreign “laws”.  
No more millions of Americans being harmed everyday.  
No more pillaging and plundering of constructive public trusts.  
No more fights with the toenail fungus, because the fungus itself will be gone. 
What a concept! 
That’s what we are working on.  
That isn’t to say that the Admiralty and Maritime courts will disappear, but they will be, as they are meant to be, courts of strictly limited jurisdiction.  
If you don’t understand the actual goal of an individual or organization, it’s unfair to criticize them because you, personally, had other goals in mind or because you held your own incorrect assumptions about what they were doing. 
Like Matthew Tucciarone, who is, apparently, one of those people looking for a quick fix for his own problem and not thinking beyond that to fixing the whole problem. 
Unfortunately, there are a lot of guys out there with their head halfway into a cranial insertion, because they suddenly fetched up with a speeding ticket, a DUI, a divorce, a child custody problem, an insurance claim, etc., etc., etc. and they expect me, personally, or the Assembly process, to fix it for them.   
They don’t want to analyze the problem.  They don’t want to know the history of the problem.  They don’t really want to fix the problem once and for all.  
They want out of their particular dilemma and they want it now, because their personal titty is in the wringer.  And as soon as they have relief, they are content to forget about their ugly experience with the “law”, go back to their couch, and shut it out of their minds, leaving the actual problem fully functional and intact and ruining more lives every day of the week. 
Not so the rest of us.  We’ve had enough.  We’ve analyzed the problem.  We know the history.  And we are bent on ending the problem — root, stem, and leaf, once and for all, for everyone. 
We know that the only peaceable and just solution is to restore our own courts to full function. 
So that’s what we are doing. 
That’s also what we are advertising about what we are doing.  
So, Matthew Tucciarone and all those like him have no excuse for expecting instant solutions for their individual problems. 
We aren’t in the Quick Fix business. That’s for people like Jack and Margy. 
That said, let me observe — what we aim for with the Assembly process, is a far greater and permanent solution, bettering the lives of millions of people all across the board.  It’s a solution that actually does fix the problem — it just fixes the problem, permanently, for everyone. 
Matthew Tucciarone and all the guys like him just have to expand their hearts and their minds and then they won’t be “disappointed” because they were looking for a quick fix and butted up against the greater challenge of a permanent fix, instead.  
So, I am disappointed, when I take my car into the shop for a front end alignment and find out that I need a new transmission instead.  Who wouldn’t say, “Ouch!” to that? 
But I don’t blame the mechanic.  I don’t accuse him of being crooked and money grubbing because my first gear won’t shift into second.  I deal with the actual problem, the funky transmission. 
It’s the same way with the current court system. It’s broken. It needs to be fixed.  It’s going to be expensive. It’s going to take a lot of effort. But at the end of the day, we’ll be able to go where we want to go and do what we want to do again. 
People like Matthew need to focus outward on the far bigger picture and get beyond themselves and their needs and their petty suspicions and their pet peeves.  And get their oar in the water to help instead of being a detriment. 
At the American States Assembly, we are restoring our traditional and customary government, including the court system we are owed. That is what we are doing in the broad open air for everyone to see, and there should be no misunderstanding about that. 

 And no slimy unjust accusations, either.  
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The Tree and Its Branches: Chapter Two

 By Anna Von Reitz

The Belchers have, as a whole and throughout the last several centuries, been blessed with a very large family of skilled workmen who were also skilled farmers and by day or night, also possessed additional skills — they, in their “spare time” after high school, acquired training as lawyers, engineers, linguists, theologians, surveyors, architects, biologists, chemists, and other professions.  
This family tradition of having both a skilled trade and a profession served them well.  In hard times, they could always find work, no matter what.  As tradesmen they kept in touch with the work life of honest laborers, and as professionals, they could walk among the elite. 
This tradition has followed down the years so that my husband is a highly skilled fisherman and sea captain (as his trade) and fine artist of national reputation, having been a Signature Member of the Oil Painters of America, the oil painters equivalent of the National Watercolor Society.  
Whether homely or rarified, the Belcher men slip seamlessly into their environment, humble with the humble, and comfortable with the great men of society, having trained both their hands and brains. 
In this process, they also train their hearts, and develop the habit of picking up skills whenever the opportunity presents itself. 
My husband, for example, can sew.  He can build things, be it cabins or cabinets.  He can make and smoke sausages, brew whiskey, rebuild motors, grow a garden, macrame a net, tie any kind of knot, operate a ham radio station, run a road grader…. and so the list goes on and on, of skills he “just picked up” along the way. 
His ancestor at the time of the Revolution, William Belcher, was a similar character, being a “jack of all trades and master of some”.  He fit easily into the company of officers and statesmen surrounding General Washington, but had the practical skills needed in the field, too.  
It’s a rare combination then or now, because people tend to specialize and live their lives either as workman or professionals; the Belchers contrive to do both and thereby gain a wider range of usefulness and a deeper insight into life. 
In such a way, a man becomes a master of himself and rises easily to become a popular leader among other men, simply because his own life broadens his view and hones his edge until other men can respect him and trust him on more than one level. 
His loyalty to and love of family recommends him. His knowledgeable care of land and animals also speaks well of him.  His many skills are a benefit to all those around him.  His deep understanding of life viewed from different perspectives is comforting and healing.  His professional and intellectual abilities inspire admiration. 
With such a tradition of hard work, adaptability, enterprise, and self-responsibility behind them, the Belchers were particularly well-suited to life in the New World, and quick to adapt to its peculiar challenges. They were also well-adapted to cope and survive the challenges presented by the Civil War Conflict. 
In the Southern States and the then-Western States of Tennessee and Kentucky, the Southern Belchers regrouped and recouped.  Some of them drifted away from their British and Anglican roots and became affirmed Southern Baptists, while the more traditional members of the family established the first Anglican Congregations and, awash with many new cultural influences, firmed up their commitment to their British and Church of England roots. 
The Northern Branch which continued to live in the Northeastern United States and down the Coast to Virginia, then drifting Westward with the rest of the country, was overall more given to intellectual and academic pursuits. 
The Northern Belchers embraced a variety of religions, some remaining steadfast members of the Church of England, but others becoming Transcendentalists, Buddhists, Hindus, and especially in Maryland and Virginia, Catholics.  They took on a sense of identity that was not dependent on their British heritage, and if anything, harkened further back to their Norman French ancestors and culture. 
These gradual changes further solidified the drifting apart of the two branches of the family; what started with a philosophical debate about God’s Law (the freewill of mankind — slavery issue) versus Man’s Law (the rightful exercise of contracts — secession issue) ultimately led to the two branches being separated by physical space, and increasingly, separated by culture and religion.  
The conservative largely Anglophilic Southern Branch of the family has grown in numbers and popularity in the Appalachian and Southeastern United States, Tennessee, and Kentucky, where the name is both common and beloved. 
The Northeastern Church of England remnant continues to live in the very place where the family first arrived in this country: Boston and surrounding Counties, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire, but the numbers of Boston Brahmins and Rhode Island Sea Captains has dwindled and today, only a very few of the original Massachusetts Belchers remain.  
In between, what we might call the southern part of the Northern Branch has been decimated in numbers, too, though there are towns still named after the Belchers in West Virginia and traces of them throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, they’ve largely moved on with their customary wanderlust leading them westward, even, as in our case, to Alaska. 

After 416 years in this country, and 542 years in England before that, the Norman French Belle Cher Clan has undergone massive changes.  The hereditary leadership has changed, too, with each successive encounter with new cultures adding their value to the grand American adventure and new meaning to the name. 
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A Tree and It’s Branches: Chapter One

 By Anna Von Reitz

By sharing information about James, my husband, and his family, I hope to satisfy an understandable curiosity about early America and how our current situation came to be. Instead of starting at the beginning in 1608, when the first American Belcher helped build the first permanent dock in Boston Harbor, I am starting in the middle in order to cast more light and sooner on our present situation. 
Be patient then, as we shall endeavor to work the middle out to both ends, and provide a satisfying portrait overall. To begin….
Benjamin Belcher had fifty (50) children, one for every State of the Union.  He did this honestly, with three young wives. The children were all born in wedlock and all loved and brought up according to good standards at the time; the girls were educated through at least Eighth Grade with some completing High School and at least two completing College.  The boys were each taught a trade and expected to pursue at least one branch of Higher Learning. 
This meant that Belcher men could always earn a skilled living for their families, as accomplished tradesmen, if all else failed.  But they were also college men, able to debate and keep accounts, enter into philosophical and religious discussions, and more often than not, rise to prominence in one of the professions.  
Being able to physically, mentally, and spiritually support a family was seen as a primary goal in one’s personal life, and it’s a good thing, because Benjamin was called upon to be a Father and a Good Father to fifty men and women who would face all the same challenges we all face, at a time that was especially traumatic for the Belcher Family as a whole.  
Benjamin, who was named ultimately after Ben Franklin, and his large flock of children, lived in what became West Virginia in 1863 in the middle of the Civil War.  This lovely wild corner of Virginia favored the North, while the rest of the State favored the South. 
This oddly mirrored the situation within Benjamin himself.  He sided with the South on the issue of Secession and with the North on the issue of slavery.  As always among the Belchers, discerning “the heart of the issue” was paramount, and justice an overriding concern.  
In the end, the moral issue of slavery presented a greater concern than the more legalistic issue of secession, and the Belchers overall came down on the side of the North, but it was a very hard choice for the Patriarchs of the family and they never lost sympathy and understanding for their Southern neighbors and individual family members who sided with the South.  After the War, they worked hard to mend fences and ease the pain, but a permanent split had been engendered. 
From then on, there would be the Northern Belchers and the Southern Belchers, and though peace would reign and love would overcome, the Family Tree was split in two branches along the lines compelled by the Civil War Conflict.  The Southern Belchers spread along the vast expanse leading west through the Cumberland Gap and down into the Southern States of Georgia and Florida and from their perspective at the time, the Western States of Tennessee and Kentucky.  
Most of Benjamin Belcher’s children either stayed in West Virginia or headed west.  A couple of them made it all the way to California, but the largest contingent of new pilgrims settled in Tennessee and Kentucky, where the beauty of the land and the pastureland for horses and cattle, seemed like “a new Garden of Eden”.
Over many decades the Northern and Southern branches have largely lost track of each other, each one following a difficult path of their own: the Southern Branch bearing the brunt of the British Territorial predation following the Civil War Conflict, and the Northern Branch suffering a different, but nonetheless potent brand of the same evil. 
While the Southern Belchers were taxed to death and impoverished and suffered every kind of social and economic hardship, the Northern Belchers were set upon by barely disguised Union Troops in civilian clothing, ambushed, attacked, slandered, burned out, and in some cases, forced to flee — not because of the Civil War, but because of their part in the Original Government, which the Union Army Generals and their British Territorial partners sought to displace behind a smokescreen of confusion following the armed hostilities.  

Having been separated by physical distance and the Great Conflict, the two branches of the family formed during and immediately after the Lincoln Administration would not be in close proximity again for over a century and a half.   
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All Banks Are Broke

 By Anna Von Reitz

I don’t recall where I was at the time, but I vividly remember hearing this pithy two minute speech from Godfrey Bloom some years ago, and was delighted when a friend returned it to my attention. 
In just over two minutes, this former British MEP demolishes the entire banking industry — and then some, and does it in terms so simple and clear that a child can understand.  No jargon needed here, folks. 
All banks are broke, Mr. Bloom explains, because “fractional reserve banking” allows them to loan out 7 to 10 times more money than they have. 
This means all banks are under water on a permanent basis.  
Oh, and they don’t loan their own money or even their own credit. It’s against the law for them to loan their own money or their depositor’s money. 
So who’s money is funding all this largesse? 
Answer: it’s the public’s money, because they are all public corporations, and when they go bankrupt guess who picks up the tab? 
The public provides the so-called “loan guarantees”. And everything else that these banks are peddling for their own unjust enrichment.  
Without further ado, please listen to the shortest and most brilliantly succinct summation of why the banks are broke, and more to the point, why they are broken:

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History of Me and MGJA and OGJA and Similar Groups

 By Anna Von Reitz

here has been a concerted effort to misrepresent some history that needs to be addressed; specifically, a misrepresentation of my experiences with the Michigan General Jural Assembly.  
I did support what they, the Michigan General Jural Assembly, were doing initially, because they were patriotic and doing some good things, but very early on we ran aground on three (3) fundamental issues. 
The first was disagreement about the necessity of making official declarations of political status reclaiming the birthright estate and recording and publishing these declarations in public.  
It was necessary in my view and still is, because whether we like it or not, the birth certificate registration(s) provide a public record trafficking us into the foreign jurisdictions of the sea and the air, and action must be taken to reverse that, or we fail to establish “standing” on the land and soil. 
Without standing on the land and soil, we cannot form a properly constituted State Assembly and wind up creating another District Assembly, instead. 
To get out of this self-encirclement requires correct and decided action on our parts.  Nobody can do it for us, and until we do it for ourselves, we remain unable to access our own constitutional guarantees, live under our own laws, or provide ourselves with our own courts and assemblies. 
So this was by no means a small issue.  It is fundamental and foundational to success and required if we wish to establish both provenance and standing for our authority and our actions as individuals and as assemblies made up of individuals. 
Try as I might,  the Michigan General Jural Assembly insisted that they were and were going to remain U.S. Citizens — which is a foreign British Territorial political status, and results in a situation analogous to trying to build a Christian Church based on Muslim parishioners. 
The second issue we parted ways on was the idea that the Michigan General Jural Assembly could exist apart from a State Assembly.  
Jural Assemblies are subsets of State Assemblies and are derived from the membership of State Assemblies.  Their functions are unique and separate, but there is no precedence in this country or anywhere else that I know of, for free-standing Jural Assemblies that aren’t part of a larger State Assembly framework.  
Michigan General Jural Assembly didn’t want to bother with the hard work and effort of building an actual State Assembly and a Jural Assembly within it.  They wanted to just ersatz set up a storefront and say they were a Jural Assembly with no State Assembly backing them. 
I told them that wasn’t really possible, as the judicial functions take their authority from the State Assembly as a whole. 
They didn’t want to hear that, either.  
I warned them that going off halfcocked could get them in real trouble akin to what happened with the Colorado Nine, and that acting as a Jural Assembly without a State Assembly backing them would undermine their efforts and discredit them. 
They paid me no mind. They were military men and I was “just a woman”.   
The third stumbling block to working with the Michigan General Jural Assembly and the Oregon General Jural Assembly and all other such organizations that have come along, turned out to be a basic misunderstanding about how jurisdictions work. 
They studied the history and observed that our Forefathers formed the county-level governments before they formed the state-level governments, and they thought that’s how we should do it now, too.  
But we can’t. 
Because we, unlike our Forefathers, have been trafficked off the land and have to go through the additional effort to “return from over the sea”.  
And that requires papering over the registrations held against us, which brings us back to the impasse over having to declare, record, and publish our chosen political status. 
Around and around we went, until I finally gave up and started a totally different effort to build The Michigan Assembly — the fully papered up General Assembly needed to empower and launch a valid Jural Assembly.  
So, The Michigan Assembly developed separately and has a General Assembly that is in the process of building their Jural Assembly — as it should be, instead of trying to construct a Jural Assembly out of thin air.  
Where does that all leave the Michigan General Jural Assembly and the Oregon General Jural Assembly, and all similar groups?  
Out in the weeds, functioning as “undetermined patriot groups”, but still talking about important issues of history and still thinking that their Grand Juries can get traction on water. 
From time to time, disgruntled members of these groups attack me and try to present me as if I were somehow dishonest with them — but in fact, I was and am totally frank about these disagreements and the reasons I have for them. 
Everyone concerned wants justice and protection for the States and people of this country, but if we don’t agree on the steps necessary to “get there from here” all we can do is agree to disagree and go our own ways, which to my certain knowledge is what I have done with respect to MGJA, OGJA, et alia. 
I checked out RuSA, too, but they had the same sorts of issues — clinging to US citizenship, failure to grasp the different kinds of “states” involved, using quasi-commercial administrative law inside the box, instead of knowingly, consciously realizing that our law is Common Law and that we have to provide ourselves with our own Common Law Courts. 
Now, I am not saying that these are not all wonderful, patriotic, decent people — not at all. 
What I am saying is that there is a road forward that goes straight to the goal, and many roads that just go around and around and around.  
My road forward isn’t easy, but it exists, and the logic of it all hangs together in one piece. There are no missing pieces or leaps of faith left unsupported by logic and custom and history and public record. 
Now observe National Liberty Alliance.  By my count, they’ve been promoting Common Law and writing all sorts of beautiful Common Law Writs to no avail for over twenty years.  
The NLA members simply refuse to observe, or maybe refuse to believe,  that the district federal courts and their state-of-state franchise courts don’t have, don’t recognize, and don’t use American Common Law.  
To be fair, the Federales have never used what we call Common Law.  They have a “form” of common law, but it’s not civilian and it’s not American. It’s the Universal Code of Military Justice, and that is not something that should be applied to civilian populations. 
In the same way, all the Fourth Branch groups taking their cue from comments made by the late Supreme Court Justice Scalia, are confused and think that they can just sprout a Grand Jury out of thin air, with no surrounding support structure provided by actual State Assemblies. 

It’s like imagining you can have a pork chop without a hog, but there it is, and millions of Americans are donating their time and money and hearts to these organizations that are still “lost at sea”. 
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International Public Notice: to the Admirals, Generals, and All Others

 By Anna Von Reitz

We address this Notice to the American Admirals of the Purloined Fleet, the Generals of the U.S. Army, and all other military and civilian government personnel, as well as to the People-at-Large: 
If you have not read the Second Session minutes and proceedings of the First Continental Congress, the same concerning both Sessions of the Second Continental Congress, The Unanimous Declaration of Independence, Blackstone’s Commentaries, The American Admiralty, It’s Jurisdiction and Practice by Erastus C. Benedict, and the Judiciary Act of 1789, you literally don’t know what you are supposed to be protecting.  
This leads to a situation in which the military has been duped into serving a substitute government which is in fact foreign to this country, and is operating as two foreign “service corporations” acting under color of law. 
The military of this country has also been duped into acting as a Mercenary Force for the past 160-plus years. 
It has also been duped into an illegal and unlawful de facto occupation of this country and has engaged in predatory pillaging and plundering of this country and its people under color of law— for the benefit of foreign Principals, including the Pope in his role as the Roman Pontiff, the Lord Mayor of the Inner City of London, and the British Monarch. 
Current narratives produced by the British Government and by functionaries of the combined “military” forces of this country are seeking to blame all this on the so-called Act of 1871. 
The Act of 1871 was repealed in 1874. 
Even after parts of the Act of 1871 were piecemeal implemented, all it did was to establish a second incorporated foreign Municipal Government in the already foreign and incorporated District of Columbia inhabited by its British Territorial Government. 
All this amounted to was the then-Pope seeing what the foreign mercenary forces were already doing, and deciding to get in on the British scam himself. 
The British Governments of Westminster and the Monarchy, both, owe us, Americans, good faith service and perpetual amity; to evade their obligations under treaty and under their service contracts, known as Constitutions, these Principals conspired against their employers, and against the Constitutions, by unlawfully converting the American populace into British Territorial U.S. Citizens and Municipal citizens of the United States, neither one of which are owed any protection or guarantees under the Constitutions. 
This unlawful conversion activity was carried out under color of law and deliberate conditions of secrecy and deceit, so as to evade the limitations and obligations of the Constitutions owed to these American victims of this fraud and malfeasance. 
To try to excuse their actions, the same Perpetrators have attempted to redefine the meaning of “war” to include Mercenary Conflicts and to claim Emergency Powers for themselves under the Pretense of these phony wars. 
What we are seeing and experiencing is in fact a vast individual and collective fraud scheme amounting to a National Identity Theft aimed at credit hacking, and all based on semantic deceit, impersonation, and barratry practiced by the members of the International Bar Association, American Bar Association, and various State franchises. 
Imagine the Dutch East India Company and the British East India Company in mortal deadlock, with America abused as their “battleground” and the American people left in the middle, unarmed, not aware of the circumstance, being mischaracterized as participants in this Mercenary Conflict by both sides.  
And both sides profiting themselves at the expense of their actual victims, the American States and people. 
We have loyally supported what we believed to be “our” troops through thick and thin, filled the ranks of what appeared to be our traditional military, and now, we come to this juncture and observe that not only is the military trying to weasel out of any culpability and attempting to carry on with business as usual, but are concocting more deceitful narratives of a self-aggrandizing nature — and trying to occupy our long vacated Federal Republic, so as to substitute their own administration for the rightful administration provided by the States of America.  
We are demanding the return and release of our assets and property interests purloined under these conditions of non-disclosure, deceit, and usurpation, via the lawful conversion of these foreign private mercenary forces back into a public military force rightfully belonging to us and to our country. 
Continued attempts by incorporated entities to usurp against the government of the living people only exacerbates the situation and the overall criminality with which these ends have been pursued. 
Issued by: 
Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America
In care of: Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652

April 20th 2024

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