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