On Aug 21, 2015, at 11:51 PM, Anna von Reitz wrote:
Moving on we are diligently processing all the Notice functions and court work…..
Please find the copy of the letter accompanying the live affidavit being sent to the Common Law Citizen’s Grand Jury HQ and John Daresh.
Herein I explain one of the things that seems to be befuddling so many people about the Citizen’s Common Law Grand Jury Movement and why it can’t seem to gain traction despite all the brave words.
It’s really very simple. To enforce the presentments and indictments of a Common Law Grand Jury you need the rest of an apparatus of a Common Law Court System — Common Law Judges, Trial Juries, Sheriffs on the Land, Bailiffs, Clerks…..
This seems stupidly obvious when I say it out loud, but apparently the necessity of rebuilding on the Justices of the Peace at the County level and upon the very, very few State Common Law Judges that are operating Common Law Courts and the even fewer Federal Postal Judges—- has not yet occurred to everyone.
From the Desk of Judge Anna Maria Riezinger
c/o Post Office Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652
Via U.S. Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested
7012 3460 0003 4344 9927
August 21, 2015
Mr. John Daresh
United United States Common Law Grand Jury
In Care of: P.O. Box 59
Valhalla, New York 10595
RE: American Affidavit
We attempted to deliver this published and bound Affidavit of Probable Cause to your Alaska Grand Jury Membership, but it was returned to us unopened and for unstated reasons. We are therefore forwarding it to the National Headquarters.
This is a “live” Affidavit of Probable Cause containing original wet-ink signatures and individual seals of the living men and women and their organic states of the union.
As we have been watching your activities unfold we realize that you are laboring under some of the same misinformation that has been so much a part of the development of the present circumstance.
Please carefully read and examine the evidence and history presented by our affidavit. This will shed considerable light on the overall circumstance.