Common Law Anti-Taxation Activist
Dear :Judge :Miller,
As a leader in sovereign citizen, common law, anti-taxation, and, anti-Fed movements, it must make you proud when one of your followers takes on the government. I'm sure you feel that way about Jared Lee Loughner, who expressed his rage against paper money by executing six people, one of whom was a nine-year-old child, last weekend. It's a tribute to you, really.
After reading your site, I can see why Loughner is such a fan of your work. You've taken anti-taxation language theory to a new level, so much so, it makes Irene Gravenhorts's groundbreaking research into capital letter enslavememt look like a rudimentary exercise.
There's an inherent beauty in your work, a beauty that is readily apparent in passages like this one about the courts' use of admiralty flags:
:F. FOR THE FICTION-COURT OF THE FICTION-FRINGE-FLAG IS FOR THE TORT AGAINST THE RIGHTS OF THE PARTY. FOR THE WORD: "RIGHT" AS A OPINION IS WITH THE PLACEMENT OF THE WORD: "CLAIM".But, of course, even you can make a mistake. Your treatise on ":ADVERB-FICTION-VOLITION" is deeply flawed. In that piece, you wrote:
~1 FOR THE USE OF AN ADVERB IS WITH THIS CLAIM OF THE WORD WITH THE MODIFICATION>>>MOTION>>>CHANGE>>>ACTION =VERB AS THE "NOUN" =NO-NO = FICTION/FRAUD, LIE, MODIFICATION OF THE FACT = FOR THE VOID OF THE FACT.Obviously, the statement, "...ACTION =VERB AS THE "NOUN" =NO-NO = FICTION/FRAUD" is wrong. It should read, "ACTION =VERB AS THE "NOUN" =GERUND =
Hopefully, it was just a typo.
Gen. JC Christian