Notice to all Members of the B.A.R. — [British Accreditation Registry]Posted on April 8, 2015 by David Robinson
The Titles of Nobility Amendment to the actual Constitution has never been repealed. No member of the Bar Association can occupy any public office of the Continental United States, including judge, including juror.
The presence of a Bar Member involved in any proceedings, court or otherwise, automatically voids those proceedings with respect to the land and actual assets of the Continental United States—- that is, real Grand Juries.
So, if you are a Bar Member acting under a nom de guerre, be advised that the only way you can continue your current activities without eventually being arrested and tried as an Undeclared Foreign Agent, is to tear up your Bar Card and swear allegiance to your birth State and the Continental United States—and faithfully carry through on it.
The truth, whatever the truth is, will out.
This reminder also applies to Bar Association Members who are now involved in the Grand Jury process. The Grand Juries that already exist are serving your jurisdiction— the jurisdiction of the Federal United States. The Grand Juries that are being created now by grassroots effort are specifically Grand Juries serving the Continental United States.
In other words the People’s Grand Juries belong to a different Court System and a different jurisdiction entirely, and any interference from or co-option by a Bar Member could be taken as an act of war against protected persons— a hanging offense.
It is therefore necessary for all Bar Association Members to be fully aware of this prohibition on their participation in public office and that the People’s Grand Jury referenced as the proverbial “Fourth Branch of Government” must act within the purview of the People’s Court which existed throughout the Colonies prior to the Revolution and which has continued to exist ever since.
It is not just an “extra Grand Jury” to feed cases into the existing system. It is part and parcel of an entire Court System that is separate and off-limits to the Bar.
Judge Anna Maria Riezinger, all rights reserved.
Alaska State Superior Court — the only court operating on the land jurisdiction of Alaska — the only public court in Alaska.
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