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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 06:46:04 -0700
To: heritage-l@gate.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: People v. De la Guerra

FYI: Pablo De La Guerra was a 
respected California judge, who
signed the 1849 California state

There is no 14th amendment [sic],
allegedly ratified in 1868. 

America should stop deceiving
itself, once and for all, 
on this point.  For unrebutted
historical details, read 
Dyett v. Turner, now excerpted
in USA v. Knudson, now in the
Supreme Law Library, at the URL
just below my name here:

Assumes facts not in evidence.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

Here is a pertinent excerpt from People v. De La Guerra:

"Their position [federal citizens] partakes more of the
 character of subjects than of citizens", to wit:

     I have  no doubt  that those born in the Territories, or in
     the District of Columbia, are so far citizens as to entitle
     them to the protection guaranteed to citizens of the United
     States**  in   the  Constitution,  and  to  the  shield  of
     nationality abroad;   but  it is evident that they have not
     the political  rights which  are vested  in citizens of the
     States.   They are  not constituents  of any  community  in
     which is  vested any  sovereign power of government.  Their
     position partakes more of the character of subjects than of <---!!!
     citizens.   They are  subject to  the laws  of  the  United
     States**, but have no voice in its management.  If they are
     allowed to make laws, the validity of these laws is derived
     from the  sanction of  a Government  in which  they are not
     represented.   Mere citizenship  they  may  have,  but  the
     political rights  of citizens  they cannot enjoy until they
     are organized into a State, and admitted into the Union.

                [People v. De La Guerra, 40 Cal. 311, 342 (1870]
                                                [emphasis added]

At 11:18 PM 10/14/97 -0400, you wrote:
> Judge Pablo de la Guerra has made
>an immensely important contribution to these constructions,
>as civil defendant in People v. de la Guerra.
>Said term means "Citizen of ONE OF the States United."
>/s/ Paul Mitchell
>copy:  Supreme Law School
>Robert Wangrud
>Paul Mitchell repeatedly cites the case of "people v. De La Guerra" What I
>find in this case is much more than Mr. Mitchell reports. Here's the case
>as Mitchell reports it:

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