Wednesday, August 23, 2017
By Anna Von Reitz
People have asked me to comment on the Bundy related trial in Nevada and the jury's refusal to convict.
If everyone properly understood jurisdiction and their own country's history, they would know that the ongoing trial is in itself invalid and farce-like and that "US citizens" have no right to address these men or apply their "state of state" statutes to them in the first place.
When this all began the Bundys, if properly prepared, could have turned to the would-be Prosecutors and asked half a dozen questions, then walked away---- leaving their detractors and accusers to bite their own tongues. Or, as I observed to one who accosted me, "You know, you shouldn't even be talking to me. I haven't given you permission."
They are foreign to us.
Hello? Repeat --- they are FOREIGN to us.
Even though they speak the same language and may have been born in Little Rock, Arkansas, they are in a different foreign jurisdiction. They don't play by the same rules or follow the same law. So the next question is, why are we being accosted by them?
By Anna Von Reitz
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