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Date: Mon, 23 Jun 1997 17:59:26 -0700
To: "Carl W. Spitzer IV" <75313.2601@CompuServe.COM>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Freedom is not "free"

Yes, Carl.  I do have
Dyett v. Turner.

But, to be quite frank,
I am tiring of providing
free file services to 
people who never offer a thin
dime to defray our immense
costs.  These files don't
grow on trees and, even if
they did, the trees need
water and nutrition too.

Catch my drift?

Why don't you enroll in the
Supreme Law School?  If you
cannot afford $10 for a month's
worth of special requests, we
can't afford each other.

Good luck to you.  I hope you find
what you are really looking for.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 08:04 PM 6/23/97 EDT, you wrote:
>Paul do you have a copy of Dyett V Turner.
>Conservatively yours June 1997 my 2c       from the Sovereign State of
>Carl William Spitzer IV                              All Rights Reserved
>Long live the legacy of the Great Ronald Reagan    Jesus save America and
>her enemys
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>Men of intemporate minds cannot be free; their passions forge their
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>Edmund Burke
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>Original Written by: IN:pmitch@primenet.com.
>Objection.  The so-called 14th amendment was never lawfully ratified, as
>by the massive preponderance of unrebutted evidence recited in Dyett v.
>Utah Supreme Court (1968).  Even if it HAD been ratified, courts after 1868
>uniformly held that there are two classes of citizenship, not one, and any
>American can be a state Citizen without also being a federal citizen (aka
>"citizen of the United States"), by Right of Election. Confer at "Right" and
>"Election" in Black's Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition.
>In the final analysis, citizenship, strictly speaking, is a term of municipal
>law.  Congress cannot legislate a "national" Citizenship into existence,
>to do so would violate the Tenth Amendment.  Each Union state has a sovereign
>right to define who are its own Citizens.  And Congress has a sovereign
right to
>define who are its citizens; Congress did so in the 1866 Civil Rights Act,
>the so-called 14th amendment was a futile attempt to elevate that declaration
>into constitutional status (aka "supreme Law").  
>That attempt failed miserably.
>The simple solution is to associate citizenship with soil, via the law of the
>soil (aka "jus soli" in Latin).  Confer at "Jus soli" in Black's Law
>The Constitution is the supreme Law of the Land (read "soil" when you see
>"Land").  Confer also at "Right/Constitutional Rights/Political rights" in
>Black's Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition.
>The other thing we need is to repeal the 14th  officially, and replace it
with a
>simple solution, to wit:
>  "The right of citizenship shall not be denied
>   or abridged by the United States, or by any
>   State, on account of race.  The 14th amendment
>   is hereby repealed."
>See Fifteenth Amendment in pari materia.
>The definition of "Political rights" in Black's leaves out very little
that you
>need to know.
>Since citizenship is a right, and there are two classes of citizenship,
then you
>have the right to join one, the other, both, or neither.  Congress also
>recognizes the Right of expatriation, and enacted this the day before the
>so-called 14th amendment was declared.
>It is time to recognize that the 14th amendment has been a colossal failure,
>because it has not withstood the test of time.
>/s/ Paul Mitchell
>Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
>B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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