Here's a ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL, FIRST DEFENSE against any DEFACTO, COLOR of LAW or PRETEND authority Bureaucrats. I keep getting questions from people about dealing with various gov't agencies, so here's THE FIRST RESPONSE that sovereigns can use to VERIFY anyone's claim of authority over them.
The first rule of dealing with bureaucrats is to IDENTIFY who they are. You're entitled to know who you are dealing with, since anyone can
Certified copy of delegation of authority order issued to them by the Congress of the republic of united States of America.
Proof of the signed person's nationality and political allegiance
Is their organization or corporation foreign or domestic?
Where their registration number can be verified
Are they an agency or department of united States of America?
What is the exact definition of a 'US citizen', i.e. territorial meaning of the term 'United States'
Which state of the Union are they a part of?
Under which Article of the Constitution were they established
What is lawful money?
Or, if your organization or corporation is private, and has any claim against me, produce the copy of contract on which that claim is based.
Give them 14 days to respond
State that if this Writ of discovery is not satisfied in 14 days by a CERTIFIED (signed and stamped) or VERIFIED (signed under oath) declaration, the document they sent will be considered invalid and unlawful, and an attempt to intimidate and misrepresent. Ask the person who sent the notice to come forth and prove their claim of authority.
This is basically a VALIDATION letter, such as those we use to
BTW, most correspondence from bureaucrats is addressed to the all-caps strawman NAME, who only has a limited authority to question his corporate masters. You gotta make it clear that you're a living man/woman, not corporate strawman.
So I'd send it together with a Declaration of Domicil, to make it clear that I'm on the land of the republic, and not in their corporate Matrix.
And this probably could be used on cops too. I'd ask a cop:
'Are you acting on constitutional or private authority?'
If he said truth, he'd say 'private', so I could demand to see the contract. If he said 'constitutional authority', then I'd give him a copy of this writ of discovery to
The way I see it, is that if you accept cop's authority over you without question, you can't later argue that he didn't have the authority over you. But if you challenge that authority (non-violently) by asking him to fill out the Writ of Discovery, and he doesn't, then he's in DISHONOR, and you could argue later that the arrest or fine were UNLAWFUL, since he acted without lawful authority.
One could even send the Writ of discovery to his local police dept. before any run-in with police, to determine their lawful authority.
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