Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 15, 1998 at 19:19:25:
A theory is being proposed here that is based
on one essential premise: the Union states
no longer exist.
In effect, the American flag now has a solid
blue field, with no stars whatsoever
(although it still has 13 stripes).
Perhaps the proponents are preoccupied
with the color blue, maybe? :)
This result is absurd, thus defeating
the essential premise ab initio.
There are just too many court authorities
to mention here, to salvage this absurdity.
Attorney General Brownell's study reviewed
more than 700 cases, in their analysis of
federal jurisdiction within the Union states.
That study might be a good place to confirm
the absurdity of this proposition.
Chapter 11 in "The Federal Zone," reproduced
in several places in the Supreme Law Library,
begins with a fair summary of that study's
essential findings. Chapter 11 was folded
into all verified statements required for
each challenge to the Jury Selection and
Service Act. With the sole exception of
the Brushaber case and the chapters which
analyzed it carefully, Chapter 11 was THE
most carefully and thoroughly researched
in that book.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Private Attorney General
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