Replies to World Leaders

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By Anna Von Reitz

1. I hear you talking among yourselves and the chief argument against doing what I have told you to do is — “But we won’t be in power anymore!”
Please submit a brief 2-3 page letter telling me exactly what you have done that is beneficial to humanity and why you should be in control of anything — even a cat box?
2. The “FBI” is owned and operated (along with the “BLM”) by a foreign corporation merely calling itself “THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES”.
Do I really have to say more?
Locate the Board Members of “THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES” and you will have the parties responsible for the murder and ambush of LaVoy Finicum and also the witch hunt “investigation” into Candidate and now -President Donald Trump.
They are obviously and unarguably criminals who need to be hunted down, arrested, and punished.
No big mysteries here.
Go get ’em.
Anna Maria Riezinger
c/o Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652
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Criminal Penalties for Public Corruption/Violations of State Ethics Laws

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Criminal Penalties for Public Corruption/Violations of State Ethics Laws

Updated January 2011

This table is intended to provide general information and does not necessarily address all aspects of this topic.  Because the facts of each situation may vary, this information may need to be supplemented by consulting legal advisors.

Some states specify that violations of the state’s ethics law are also violations of criminal law and impose penalties accordingly.  Other states have statutes, in addition to or in place of ethics laws, which are in the state’s penal or criminal codes and cover similar behaviors.  In the table below, “EC” indicates statutes found in ethics code; “CC” or “PC” indicates statutes found in criminal code.

AL | AK | AZ | AR | CA | CO | CT | DE

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