By Anna Von Reitz
Let's begin this discussion with this realization: you can be a king in one country and a slave in another.
Is that clear enough?
Is it also clear that different countries operate under different laws?
The United States is and has always been a different country with respect to the Territorial United States. They function under two separate systems of law.
This leads to a situation where the States (members of The United States land jurisdiction Union) function under a different system than the Territorial States of States (international jurisdiction of the sea).
We have lawyers who are Counselors at Law and Justices (of the Peace) who administer the Public Law, which in a State is known as the General Session Law, even if the "State" is being represented as a Public Trust, and the Public Law generally, known as the Law of the Land.