That New Turf
For The People To
Restore Our Constitutional Republic
Yes- put your energy into the cause
that will work!
My best recommendation is
to get off of their turf as soon as you can (you are asking them to hold that
they themselves are corrupt), and put all of your energy into the cause that
works to educate and protect the public, to expose this corrupt system, and to
bring about radical reform it will take to change this garbage.
bottom of my heart, thank you for speaking out. I had actually begun
to feel like I was crazy believing all the things that you confirmed
in your letter to the media.
years now, I have been studying how courts operate. The way I have
chosen to do this is to get traffic tickets on purpose and then
use what I have learned to try and understand what is happening in
these courts. I have had the opinion for some time now, that
the courts all the way from municipal to the last court before the
Supreme Court are not Article III courts, but actually legislatively
created private cooperate tribunals staffed by officers that
are employees of the various corporations. (City of; County of; etc.
These courts move
forward in the course of "the Civil Law" as opposed to in the course of
the common law. How you fare in these courts depends on how well
you can argue your status. Are you a "citizen" as described in the
14th amendment, which enjoys "certain 'privileges and immunities'" or
are you a "sovereign person protected by your state constitution and the
constitution". If you are the former, today's courts can
take your property,
estate, without a trial by simply selling it on the steps of the court
house and then sending the sheriff to throw you off of it. (This is what
started me on my quest to know how all this works.)
When you look up
case law on this procedure, you find cases that are interpreted to "have
not denied the defendant due process" as interpreted by the
14th Amendment, because the defendant was a "14th amendment citizen"
and not a "constitutional sovereign."
heart-felt thanks for speaking out!! I have talked to many lawyer
"friends" who dismiss me as a "pro se'er" and probably think I am
nuts. I have felt nuts for a while now and your article makes me
feel better and more determined.
Now to the point of my
email. You can help people like myself. There are a lot of us who
are willing to go into court and do battle. I have been many
times. I have "won" more times than I have lost. But I haven't
won in the manner I wanted to. I have usually been
My goal has
been, from the start of this quest, to successfully challenge
jurisdiction and have the case dismissed because the prosecutor lacks
jurisdiction to pursue the cause. If you can nail this issue in
a municipal traffic court (the nations cash cow) you can nail it in
any court that is not an article
III court (most every court under the
My latest case, (rolling
very slowly thru a stop sign in front of a cop) started in municipal court.
On March 18th it will be before the Division I court and is being advanced
by maintaining that I have, from before the start of the
municipal court [proceeding], reserved my right, pursuant to Art. I
Sec.18(a) of the Missouri Constitution, to know the nature and cause of the
charges against me and to challenge the jurisdiction under which the
I have noticed the
prosecutor, two weeks before the trial date, with a Notice of Special
Appearance for the purpose of challenging jurisdiction and
my rights as a constitutional sovereign; a Demand to Know the Nature
and Cause of the Charges Against Me; and a Demand for a Bill
municipal trial (which proceeded at my objection) I entered an Affidavit of
Denial of Plea and appealed to a court of record. About a year and a
half later, they finally sent me a setting letter. I then filed a Writ
Prohibition stating, among other things, that I have been improperly
served and that the information was not verified according to Mo.St.Ct.
Rules (37.44 & 54.13).
The judge denied my
writ and I am now set for trial on March 18th. I am now in new territory
and really don't know what to do. If I enter into discovery with the
prosecutor, I waive my right to challenge jurisdiction. I
know the judge will say that by appealing, I accepted the jurisdiction
of his court, but that is not the issue. I am challenging the
elements of personal jurisdiction and venue under which the prosecutor
I think it is a
un-revealed military jurisdiction. I think it has been since the
end of the Civil War. Martial law was declared on August 31, 1861 in
Missouri and at the end of the Civil War, only those who would
take the "Iron Clad Oath of Allegiance" were allowed to vote on the
new constitution of 1865. I think the military provisional government
was handed off to civilians in 1865 and that has been the nature
of the courts in Missouri ever since. I don't think
immediately as bad as it is now.
are some real important cases in the late 1800s and early 1900s that
allowed constitutional protections. But since 1933 and Erie v
Tompkins, the court system has been hijacked by big business/big money
concerns and used to milk the populace in every conceivable
If the Missouri Constitution and the U.S. Constitution
still exist and have power today and there are still sovereign citizens who
claim protection from those instruments, then there has to be
a way to access those protections; and we who are ignorant of the
present judicial "just-us" system need a guide to lead us through the
mine fields that the enemy has laid to maim and
Are you one of those guides?
Robert P. Smith