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And why is it
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No mans life, liberty, or property is safe as long as the
legislature is in session.-Lysander Spooner
Quatloos: You are still ducking the question, it is
copied in here again, which of the four locations named in
Rule 54(c) was the San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas USDC
Seems pretty straight forward to me.
You have a 25 percent chance even if you guess.
Try it, it won't hurt, I promise.
As for the case law put forth, the truth is, the Defendant
never put forth a claim on which the court could grant relief,
no problem. But the court just wanted to add to the public
disinformation and not tell the truth.
Surely you can understand that when only 15 percent
of the cases are reported, the government is going to see
that there are not any cases to help the "common herd",
you can see that can't you?
You see, the basis for the common law and the commercial
law is fairness and good faith dealing, absent in any of
the courts today.
But, you only have to answer one question, above listed.
Because the authority of Congress to act has NEVER
been limited to the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, etc.
This is yet another lie by your group of idiots. Go read
the Constitution and the Federalist Papers and you might
(though I doubt it, your collective IQ is in double digits)
be able to pull your heads out of your respective arses.
Oh, and thanks for keeping us on your mailing list.
We truly enjoy the opportunity to de-bunk your lies. We've
had indications that our responses are being _w_i_d_e_l_y_
distributed across the internet, and that such support as
you (fraudulently) hoped to build is backfiring in a massive
way. And now for those interested in THE TRUTH, see case
Julian: The real question is, "On the other hand,
since all Federal crimes are statutory and all criminal prosecutions
in the Federal courts are based on acts of Congress,..." Federal
Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 26, Notes of Advisory Committee
on Rules, para 2. And Rule 54(a), "These rules apply
to all criminal prosecutions in the United States District
Courts;..." And Rule 54(c) Application of Terms. As
used in these rules the following terms have the designated
meanings. "Act of Congress" includes any act of
Congress locally applicable to and in force in the District
of Columbia, in Puerto Rico, in a territory or in an insular
possession." The question is: On which of the four locations
named in Rule 54(c) Act of Congress is the United States
District Court in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, situated
on/in? Julian: "Quatloos" cannot answer the question,
he doesn't know. But let's see. These quotes are from the
government's own rules and the question is a fair question
based on the definitions quoted.
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