Geographical FEDERAL (martial law) ZONE


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Posted by MARTIN on September 11, 1998 at 11:38:10:

In Reply to: State or state vs. STATE (all uppercase or abbreviated nom de guerre spelling. posted by MARTIN on September 11, 1998 at 10:07:18:


Geographical FEDERAL (martial law) ZONE

After the 1861-65 war ended and hostilities were declared at an end, the Lieber Code justified keeping martial law a secret.
Part of the evidence for the continuation of martial law is seen in an address given by Andrew Johnson, Lincoln's successor, in which he gives his reasons for vetoing the RECONSTRUCTION ACTS.

"The veto of the original bill of the 2nd of March was based on two distinct grounds, the interference of Congress in matters strictly appertaining to the reserved of the States, and the establishment of military tribunals for the trial of citizens in the time of peace." July 19, 1867

(see President Andrew Johnson's veto message, part of which are reproduced in The Congressional Record of June 13, 1967, at page 15643)

The nation was still under martial law and Congress knew it though the People have, from that day to this been ignorant of the fact.

Franklin Roosevelt's change by E.O. of one word in the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917 as some call it declared all Americans 'enemies' of the UNITED STATES.
STATE legislatures did nothing to stop Roosevelt because all benefited from massive increases in STATE and local taxes that accrued to them under Roosevelt's policies.

The UNITED STATES CODE sits under the Lieber Code.

United States Code
TITLE 28 - JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
 PART I - ORGANIZATION OF COURTS
 CHAPTER 5 - DISTRICT COURTS

(the establishment of military tribunals for the trial of citizens in the time of peace.")

81. Alabama. 81A. Alaska. 82. Arizona. 83. Arkansas. 84. California. 85. Colorado. 86. Connecticut. 87. Delaware. 88. District of Columbia. 89. Florida. 90. Georgia. 91. Hawaii. 92. Idaho. 93. Illinois. 94. Indiana. 95. Iowa. 96. Kansas. 97. Kentucky. 98. Louisiana. 99. Maine. 100. Maryland. 101. Massachusetts. 102. Michigan. 103. Minnesota. 104. Mississippi. 105. Missouri. 106. Montana. 107. Nebraska. 108. Nevada. 109. New Hampshire. 110. New Jersey. 111. New Mexico. 112. New York. 113. North Carolina. 114. North Dakota. 115. Ohio. 116. Oklahoma. 117. Oregon. 118. Pennsylvania. 119. Puerto Rico. 120. Rhode Island. 121. South Carolina. 122. South Dakota. 123. Tennessee. 124. Texas. 125. Utah. 126. Vermont. 127. Virginia. 128. Washington. 129. West Virginia. 130. Wisconsin. 131. Wyoming.

(the above are geographic areas; "one nation-State, one flag.")
http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/28/ch5.html



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