- The Civilly Dead - Pro Se/Sue Juris/ Pro Per and other CRAP people put next to their names Re: [ed44] Re: REDRESS
- ----- Original Message -----From: DSubject: Re: [ed44] Re: REDRESSwhat about Pro Per, Sui Juris?YOU are YOU. period, period, period.If you feel the need to put some label, or designation of status, next to your name I recommend "Human Being, citizen of the United States of America (if born or naturalized), Michigan State Citizen (or whatever state in which you are domiciled in / resident of) with all the Rights, Privileges and Immunities that implies." All other labels or titles are immaterial and irrelevant. Absolutely meaningless. Your 'status' as a Human Being and Citizen (dual) provide you with immunity for 'procedural due process of law' defects you make in your attempt to secure your Right to Substantive Due Process of Law. SUBSTANCE over FORM - ALWAYS. Remind them of this frequently and often.Those among us who have been to law school, secured a license as show of competency, assumed a position of Public Trust with Oath of competency, have a Duty, Obligation, and Responsibility, to discern the difference. In their Official Capacity (as an Artificial Person) they have NO Rights, Privileges, or Immunities. ONLY a Citizen (dual or otherwise) is Privileged to be have BOTH. That is Rights, Privileges, or Immunities as a Natural Person (Human Being) and as a Citizen.Artificial Persons, including ALL Public Servants, are the ONLY ones who are 'civilly dead'. All others, including those convicted of crimes, are NOT 'civilly dead'. "Outlawry" is specfically prohibited in the Texas Constitution and the Constitutions of most states. I believe it can also be found in our Constitution of the United States. Assist these dead persons in positions of Public Trust all you can; but, it is not YOUR duty, obligation, or responsibility to do so. But do it anyway. Help them do their job. They need it. Those who live off the public dole tend to be very lazy and too arrogant to recognize their own incompetence.