I would like to find an attorney at law who would be upfront about the fact that the UNITED STATES is a FEDERAL CORPORATION and work with me on redeeming my Birth Certificate Securities in accordance with PL 73-10.
PL 73-10 a.k.a. HJR-192 of June 5, 1933.
Need to know how to "redeem" birth certificate securities to discharges debts for the US Trust account named on documents like driver's license, social security cards, IRS tax forms, etc.
I believe that you are referring to a cestui que trust.
There are conspiracy theories that these exist, however, after careful review I see no proof of this being the law in 1933 or otherwise. I see allegations but no proof.
I will opt out so another attorney can assist you.
The first attorney replied that my question(s) may be referring to a trust, but that was not my question.
26 USC 3002 (15)
“United States” means—
yes...Please continue to search for an attorney. The next attorney should already have read the previous postings for this topic...
yes, the STATE OF X creates the birth certificate, but those certificates are forwarded to the US Dept of Vital Statistics, USA COMMERCE DEPT and US TREASURY DEPT and are monetized by the Federal Reserve. The consideration for the security is the mother's pledge (signature on certificate of live birth) of the child's labor and citizenship into the corporate USA government.
I agree that doing business with a corporation does not mean you have stock in the corporation, but that angle is irrelevant to the point.
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