By Anna Von Reitz
1. Regarding the Bundys calling for an American Common Law Court to try their case:
Everyone who has had a Birth Certificate issued in their NAME has to take action to correct the false legal presumptions that that creates.
As things stand, the Bundys and the others have never corrected their status and so still stand subject to federal courts. That doesn’t mean they can’t bring their case to American Common Law Courts, too— but it doesn’t solve the problem, which is federal over-reach and false presumption and racketeering based on falsified public records kept on each one of us.
Worse, there probably aren’t enough people in that county who have corrected their status to form a jury pool of their “peers”—yet.
There has to be an entire education and organization process to even form the court necessary— to elect the justices of the peace, to elect a clerk, a bailiff, a bondsmen, a coroner, and most importantly, a sheriff knowledgeable enough and willing to enforce the Public Law. And Deputies acting in lawful capacity to support him.
I am not saying that all this shouldn’t be done or couldn’t be done— it must be done, and the sooner the better all over this country, but Trump’s Administration also has to co-operate and recognize the proper jurisdiction of the people and the court, which is just as big a problem and educational effort. Yes, most Federales are just as dumb or dumber about all this stuff as we have been.
Take a deep breath and plod forward—- learning and teaching as you go. Which reminds me– this is Thursday. That means that there is a national conference call sponsored by the Michigan General Jural Assembly tonight:
2. The Rod Class Supreme Court victory announced yesterday is important, but not yet getting to what I had hoped— the constitutionality of the statute. Instead, this is a preliminary challenge (I knew about it, but thought it had already been resolved) to clear the way to make the constitutional challenge.
Here is the actual meat of the SOTUS decision yesterday:
Held: A guilty plea, by itself, does not bar a federal criminal defendant from challenging the constitutionality of his statute of conviction on direct appeal.
So even if you plead guilty to the facts of a statutory charge, and even if you are a “federal citizen” you can still come back on appeal and challenge the constitutionality of the statute. That’s good to have established and many people who have been railroaded will be able to find their voice again because of it.
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