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Date: Mon, 07 Jul 1997 19:05:53 -0700
To: dasher@netcom.com (Anton Sherwood)
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: Notice of Intent to Execute Citizen's Arrest

In answer to your question:  NO!

Just read the original U.S. Constitution
for proof.  All nouns are not capitalized.

Please read People v. De La Guerra
for the proper constructon of 
1:2:2, 1:3:3, and 2:1:5.

See also Ex parte Knowles, where the
California Supreme Court holds that
the proper construction and common 
understanding of this term is the
same as Pablo De La Guerra's construction,
as explained in the Defendant's pleading
in his case.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 06:51 PM 7/7/97 -0700, you wrote:
>: State Citizens are Principals;
>: the "C" in Citizen is capitalized
>: in the original Constitution, in
>: honor of their status as Sovereigns
>: without subjects.  The pronouns
>: follow suit.
>Aren't all Nouns (and no Pronouns) capitalized in the Custom of the Time?
>Anton Sherwood   *\\*   +1 415 267 0685   *\\*   DASher@netcom.com

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