By Anna Von Reitz
To: Donald J. Trump, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Clifford J. White, Director, U.S. Trustees
Sheryl R. Morrow, Commissioner, Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Office of the Prosecutor, World Court
Constitutional Sheriffs Association
The American Public, Et Alia...
From: Anna Maria Riezinger, Judge, Ninth Postal District
This is or should be a simple concept.
There are unincorporated businesses and there are incorporated businesses.
Unincorporated businesses may indemnify themselves, but cannot be insured. They operate under complete "commercial liability". They are not eligible for "limited liability" and cannot seek any "bankruptcy protection".
All sovereign entities are unincorporated entities by definition.
The United States of America, Unincorporated, is not and never was subject to or covered by any limited liability and not eligible for any bankruptcy protection and has certainly never been bankrupt in the history of the world.
Certainly, too, our United States of America, Unincorporated, is a completely different and separate entity with respect to any incorporated organization merely calling itself "United States of America" and functioning as an incorporated entity.
The United States of America, Unincorporated, exists and functions in the international land jurisdiction and operates in international trade.