I have been following this "movement" of sorts since around the end of March 2010 when I saw the news report on Fox News Channel regarding certain
governors receiving letters. They claimed to have served all 50 state governors, but most news channels said about 30 state governors got "served".
This happened the day after some members of the Hutaree militia in Michigan got
After reading up on these letters, and finding and reading them, I decided to follow this and see where it goes.
To make a long explanation short, I have followed this for quite a while, and since around September and October, I have seen less and less discussion
about this subject.
I signed up for the republic in my state, have exchanged e-mails, but I am not part of a Grand Jury(de jure or de facto), read many blogs(most of
which are down now, or in-active), and many websites. No ID either.
One website seems to follow this still, panamalaw.org(www.panamalaw.org...
Personally, I take anything I read about this from anyone with a grain of salt, this website seems summarize the conference calls while adding a bit
of the author's opinions, which helps people here who do not wish to listen to mp3s of people talking.
Another website is teamlaw.net (teamlaw.net...
), but they have a different "plan" for re-seating the "vacant" seats. Their
plan makes you go to your local County Clerk and vote for Governors for the de jure government.
I agree with certain people in this thread[well three threads]; there is something happening that has to do with this, but I am still unsure of what.
My personal thought is that there is some validity to some part of this, and if not, then maybe this is just the result of many "patriot movements"
combing "forces". Their claims are grand, to say the least(military support, lots of lawful money), and there has been no direct proof of anything,
just random things in the news. One story for instance talks about changing street signs from all CAPS to Regular Writing[which definitely should ring
bells in your head if you follow any part of the sovereign movements].
I do not know what the intentions of this particular group is though, but I guess we will find out soon?
There is also this news(recent) story (newsminer.com...
which talks about a militia member telling a court they have no jurisdiction over him[refers to a de jure court].
I'm wondering if there will be news stories about people fighting speeding tickets and other victim-less crimes using their new ID's.
edit on 17-12-2010 by deadkon because: addition