As you gird up to make your claims stick, watch Winston Shrout’s YouTube video on The GoldFish
Report No. 156 about the Writ of Habeas Corpus, November 17, 2017, and how to force the courts to
deal with you as a private person. I highly recommend that everyone order the DVD, too.
Also go to
http://www.InPowerMovement.com to learn how to do a proper Notice of Liability.
These recommendations are about process— the step-by-step building of a claim.
As Winston points out in this referenced video, building a claim in court is like building a house. You
have to start out by building a firm foundation. You do this by getting your documents and recordings
in place and by presenting the evidence in a logical competent fashion.
Claiming the writ of Habeas Corpus and properly identifying yourself and your capacity to the Court is key to claiming your indemnity (exemption) and the value of the bond that was established in your NAME without your knowing consent.
The first thing you need to realize is that United States District Courts and all the federated state and county courts have no jurisdiction related to the living man, also known as the living soul (L.S.). Any court dealing in statutory law has jurisdiction over corporations (that are created by statute) and nothing else.
They have asserted jurisdiction over you and your assets by falsely claiming that you are “missing, presumed dead” and then establishing public trusts and public transmitting utilities named after you—- corporations that they can sue and charge and otherwise manipulate under statutory law.
They have also falsified the public records concerning you, which you need to correct either directly in court or by establishing new public records.
Those of you who followed my suggestion that you record your Common Law Copyright Claim with the nearest land recording office already have a claim to the writ of Habeas Corpus in place— subjecting all the courts of “this” state (the territorial or municipal “STATE” or “State”) while retaining your own standing and domicile on the land jurisdiction state.
The simplest approach is always best. For all civil cases and criminal cases not involving direct physical arrest, I recommend not even going to their court, as you can invoke a “special and
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