Hello, are you there?
I have bad news. What you have heard does not exist. It is absolute hogwash concocted by the sovereign citizen movement to try and explain how laws don't apply to them. There is no truth to it and courts always reject it as nonsense.
I understand and if you wish to do so I encourage it. The theories you discuss are nonsense and have been debunked by the courts. Still, some people choose to believe that they are trusts for themselves, are not "persons" within the meaning of the law and all kinds of other sillyness.
It all goes nowhere.
Best of luck to you.
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