notorial dissent wrote:Said theory being neither new nor original.
By the time the average freeman/sovcit gets around to turning in his driver's license and disclaiming his birth certificate he's already drunk the woo koolaid.
So when he stands in front of a judge, claiming to have given up his "slave status" it doesn't sink into his head that the court doesn't need either document to establish jurisdiction over him.
All that is left for the freeman guru, who got the poor gullible in trouble in the first place to do is to sell hime another line of BS about the the judge's oath or some such thing just to keep the woo flowing. Sometimes the gullible freeman is told he's discovered how the courts really work and as such is sooooo dangerous to the powers that be that the court was forced to railroad him.
The guru correctly figures that the poor dupe would rather be a brave warrior lost in battle then what he is. . .an ignorant, impressionable fool who can't figure out how the law and the courts work.
The notable exception to this scenario is that of Brian Alexander who has recently taken Robert Menard to task for the bad legal advice he gave out.
Dope Clock: It has been 23 days since Robert Menard promised to bring legal actions to secure precedent setting judgments. So far there is no documentation of a single legal action by Menard.