Private Attorney General explains: "You appear to be outside the United States or its territories." (NB the singular pronoun "its": THAT IS THE BIG CLUE HERE!)
- Subject: Private Attorney General explains:
"You appear to be outside the United States or its territories."
(NB the singular pronoun "its": THAT IS THE BIG CLUE HERE!)
Dear Mike Rivero:
Pay close attention to the singular pronoun "its":
this correct grammar implies that the "United States"
is a singular entity in this context (NOT a plural noun,
as would be the case if "United States" referred to the
50 States of the Union).
You need to know that the U.S. Supreme Court has
officially defined "United States" to have three (3)
legal meanings, each different from the other two:
I've attached a screen shot with the curious statement in question
(also repeated in the Subject: line above).
That statement is legally correct, when you understand the key legal differences
between the "United States" and the "United States of America".
The "United States of America" are the 50 States; that term is a plural noun
that is legally synonymous with "Union":
Think of the "United States" here as the Federal government, as it appears
everywhere in Title 28 of the U.S. Code e.g. 28 U.S.C. 1345 and 1346:
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/28/1345.html ("United States" as plaintiff)
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/28/1346.html ("United States" as defendant")
That key difference is correctly maintained in this key Federal statute:
(inside the 50 States is outside the "United States")
(inside the "United States" is outside the 50 States)
This key distinction is also explained in much further detail here:
... and in great explanatory detail here in "The Federal Zone":
e.g. Chapter 4:
(you should read this entire book, which covers this
entire subject in enormous detail, particularly if you
include all 26 Appendices too)
I hope this helps.
p.s. I realize that you do not like Christians,
but that is no reason to ignore the truth
as explained to you above.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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