posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 10:32 PM
reply to post by MDDoxs
I would never call myself a Freeman, but I have been researching this topic for many years. I have come to the conclusion that they are right in many
ways, just as hardcore, Christian, Jesus-camp running, fundamentalists are right about the bible.
They have their heads on the right track in the beginning, but there comes a point, in your findings on this freeman business, when you have to decide
whether to keep on going down the crazy road, or stay on sanity lane. I chose sanity lane, but never dropped the possibilities of what they claim they
can do. I have done, and still do, extensive research on civil law, rules, procedures, legalese, rulings, maxims, and anything that uncovers what I
thought I knew about law. If anyone is a lawyer, I'd sure like to hear your ides on the topic.
As far as statutory law is concerned, it is a contract that can only be enforced by jurisdiction, not just subject matter, but personal jurisdiction.
I started learning about all this in prison by some people back in 2007, since then I was all over the subject. Strawman this, UCC that, I've heard
it all, but again, I went the non crazy route. Lots of stuff to learn, any questions or quarrels anyone have with the idea?