Anna von Reitz: As an American, you aren’t a “US citizen” and probably never have been, don’t live in a “democracy” and aren’t bound by the laws of Puerto Rico.

Luckily for us Africans common law trial by jury was abolished in 1969; since 1996 our courts are obligated to develop the common law and customary law; we now have taken the matter before the ITNJ; in peace

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On Jun 4, 2016, at 7:13 PM, Anna von Reitz <avannavon@gmail.com> wrote:

I recently explained why the NLA Common Law Grand Juries don’t work and can’t work as the Fourth Branch of Government they claim to be—- and it is simply that the people operating these juries aren’t classed as Americans. They are still operating as “US citizens”. They can’t operate an American Common Law Grand Jury for the same reason that Englishmen can’t operate an American Common Law Grand Jury.

I gave everyone the actual Naturalization Act that addresses this issue: Seventh Congress, Session 1, Chapter 28, Sections 1- 4, passed April 14, 1802. This is so straight forward, so cut-and-dried that a grade school kid can grasp what it says and what it means with no problem.

And yet, I still get people who want to argue with the facts.

Okay, here’s another crystal clear, in-your-face, can’t avoid…

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