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“What is the gold fringe on the courtroom flag about?” and Related Questions About the Nature of the Courts — Judge Anna von Retiz

Friday, January 8, 2016 20:22
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Answer for Leslie– you are recalling a 1938 case known as Thompkins v. Erie Railroad in which the U.S. Supreme Court admitted that the Federal Government has no such thing as General Common Law and is therefore incompetent to fulfill Amendment VII.

As the rats continued their efforts to take over our courts and our country they adopted the one form of euphemistically named “common law” they had in their bag of tricks, which is known variously as “Special Admiralty” and “Executive Admiralty” and most tellingly as “martial common law”— that is the form of the law being practiced under the gold fringed flag.

To bring you under this jurisdiction they have to pretend that you are a “rebel” and “enemy combatant” instead of admitting who you really are.
This form of law was adopted in the wake of the Civil War. Normal courts had been shut down in eleven Southern States. Congress told the military commanders of these “districts” to appoint whatever civilians they trusted to run local “tribunals” to deal with “rebels”.

This created the infamous Carpetbagger Era.

Federal United States Citizens came from the North and ran these courts in a profoundly criminal fashion– arbitrarily stealing the property of the Southerners under color of law.

The same thing has been done here and now.

As the county and state courts made the mistake of incorporating, they became franchises of the federal government corporation. As a result, we no longer had real state or county courts. Since about 1965 virtually all the courts in America pretending to be “state” or “county” courts are franchises run by the U.S. District Courts and they are ALL Federal Courts— Federal State Courts, Federal County Courts— all operating as federal corporation franchises, all operating in the foreign international jurisdiction of the sea.

So– what do you do when the Constitution requires that the people have access to Common Law and there is no Federal General Common Law and almost all the state and county courts in the country have either stupidly or treasonously been incorporated and thereby removed to federal jurisdiction?
You dig up “martial common law” and you make up the euphemistic names for it– “Special Admiralty” and “Executive Admiralty” and you foist this known evil off on the trusting innocent American People and use it as a means to defraud and railroad them and plunder their estates and private and public resources.

Luckily for us, there was a U.S. Supreme Court case–Milligan Ex Parte in 1866, which addressed this situation and that decision still stands.
When American Common Law Courts are operating in an area, the Supreme Court found, there is no excuse for the operation of martial law courts.

So all we have to do is either dissolve the incorporation of the existing “state” and “county” courts and run them as unincorporated American Common Law Courts, or, what is more expedient, declare our own political status as one of the “free sovereign and independent people of the United States”, hold elections to fill our natural unincorporated public offices including Common Law Judges, Sheriffs, Clerks, Recorders, etc. and notify the rats that American Common Law Courts are operating again and use Milligan Ex Parte to shut the rats down.

All you have to do is get your ducks in order, declare your proper political status, hold your elections, fill your court offices, and show them the door.
The Bar Attorneys will either have to tear up their BAR Cards and come to work for the people’s court, or restrict themselves to working in their proper capacity in purely administrative and maritime/Admiralty Courts of the Federal Government.

The Bar has been barred from holding any public office including judge in behalf of the people’s government since 1819.

Now you have received a very useful and valuable history lesson and insight into the situation with the courts, what we are dealing with, how this situation, and what we have to do to put a stop to it.

Please share this information Far and Wide.


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Submitted by:  Wynter Moon

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