By Anna Von Reitz
This from Robert S:
"How can it be that an unincorporated vessel located in Alaska can use a rule of the State of Washington for a basis in the name claim?"
It's actually a Washington State Session Law, not a State of Washington rule, but the fundamental answer is that there is a difference between unincorporated, corporate, and incorporated.
Names in the form: John Mark Doe have to function both on the land and at sea.
On the land they are Trade Names. At sea they are Foreign Situs Trusts. You can't tell the difference between land jurisdiction Trade Names and sea jurisdiction Foreign Situs Trusts just by looking at them. They appear to be identical.
That's why FDR's fraud scheme worked so very well.