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Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:03 am
by iamfreeru2
States of XYZ are authorized by the Constitution of A.D. 1787, under its proprietary power, to enact laws for United States territory within the exterior boundaries of Florida outside the scope of the Article I, Section 8 enumerated powers.

The following quoted excerpts are from the Congressional Research Service “Extraterritorial Application of America Criminal Law”:

https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/94-166.pdf
Criminal law is usually territorial. It is a matter of the law of the place where it occurs. Nevertheless, a number of American criminal laws apply extraterritorially outside of the United States. Application is generally a question of legislative intent, express or implied. There are two exceptions. First, the statute must come within Congress’s constitutional authority to enact. Second, neither the statute nor its application may violate due process or any other constitutional prohibition.

Federal laws are presumed to apply only within the United States, unless Congress clearly provides otherwise. (Emphasis added)
Where in the written law does it state United States can apply criminal laws extra territorially, outside the scope of Article 1 Section 8 enumerated powers, within the Sovereign Free and Independent State of the Confederacy, the United States of America, Florida?

Let me also ask, where in the second Organic Law, the Articles, does it state that the Congress of United States has constitutional authority to enact US territorial laws within the Sovereign, Free and Independent States of the perpetual Union of the Confederacy, the United States of America?

Re: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:54 pm
by Geod Manson
When slaves/citizens of the United States go off the plantation the masters seem to believe because they own those slaves through voluntary servitude, the indoctrination centers,(euphemistically referred to as the public school(fool) system) media/propaganda mills, have successfully duped the people into believing that the courts of the United States have the extraterritorial jurisdiction to apply their codes, statutes etc to their slaves wherever they are at the time.

Through the ignorance of the people.

By the voluntary use of that franchise/person that the state or county registrar pre-registered, in case one decided to DBA using the name/persona that the state holds the title to. To do business with the state or United States in that name/franchise that the state registered and you never received the title to that name. You have volunteered to be (act as)that franchise (by applying for a Driver license and presenting that COLB claiming to be that franchise registered on that COLB (a non identifying document) and are therefore obliged to be subject to their codes, statutes etc.
If you take a picture of an apple, then eat that picture of that apple, Will you get the same nutritional value from that picture of the apple? That you would get if you eat the actual apple?
The same applies to the "Certificate of live Birth" which is an abstract,(the same as the picture of the apple in the example above) and not the actual document.
Yes your parents may have intended to give you a name, and with a gift there is usually some evidence that the gift was actually given to you, like a receipt or document evidencing that gift.
That abstract of the COLB that you have, came from the State. Not from your parents.
And cannot be used as evidence that your parents gave you that name.

Your parents may have intended to give you that name but,
the fact is that you have never received that name your parents intended to give to you.
And the proof is that the State refuses to give you that document. They will only give you an abstract.

* A name is that designation which is assigned to property by the owner thereof*

Re: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:16 am
by Logos
I was given an estate, not a name. All I need is use of the goods/services conveyed via that name.
They can have the responsibilities and profit that go along with the name, which is what I think they want anyway.

Agreed re their lack of ExTJ as far as the Organic Laws are concerned.

Re: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 3:52 pm
by Geod Manson
We were given a "Certificate of Beneficial Interest" or an "indemnification certificate" (Lieber code 38)

But instead of using that certificate as it was intended "we" used that certificate (a non identifying document)in a way that it was never intended to be used> as identification.
We claimed to be that name on that certificate instead of presenting it as the receipt of indemnification that it was intended to be used as.

https://www.talkshoe.com/episode/5150971

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21A ... A3C5A46E21

Re: Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Posted: Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:30 pm
by Logos