Re: Where are the liability statutes?

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Posted by SAMBO on September 26, 1998 at 13:49:36:

In Reply to: Where are the liability statutes? posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 26, 1998 at 01:37:13:

whO say'S a statuteE iS needeD?

thE uS codE sits under the liebeR codE
Art. 10. Martial Law affects chiefly the police and collection of public revenue and taxes, whether imposed by the expelled government or by the invader, and refers mainly to the support and efficiency of the army, its safety, and the safety of its operations.

Art. 13. Military jurisdiction is of two kinds: First, that which is conferred and defined by statute; second, that which is derived from the common law of war. Military offenses under the statute law must be tried in the manner therein directed; but military offenses which do not come within the statute must be tried and punished under the common law of war. The character of the courts which exercise these jurisdictions depends upon the local laws of each particular country.
In the armies of the United States the first is exercised by courts-martial, while cases which do not come within the "Rules and Articles of War," or the jurisdiction conferred by statute on courts-martial, are tried by military commissions.

Art. 21. The citizen or native of a hostile country is thus an enemy, as one of the constituents of the hostile state or nation, and as such is subjected to the hardships of the war.

Art. 27. The law of war can no more wholly dispense with retaliation than can the law of nations, of which it is a branch.

Art. 37. -----------
This rule does not interfere with the right of the victorious invader to tax the people or their property, ----

Art. 67. The law of nations allows every sovereign government to make war upon another sovereign state, and, therefore, admits of no rules or laws different from those of regular warfare,

Art. 90. A traitor under the law of war, or a war-traitor, is a person in a place or district under Martial Law who, unauthorized by the military commander, gives information of any kind to the enemy, or holds intercourse with him.

Art.91. The war-traitor is always severely punished.
Art. 88. A spy is a person who secretly, in disguise or under false pretense, seeks information with the intention of communicating it to the enemy.
The spy is punishable with death by hanging by the neck, whether or not he succeed in obtaining the information or in conveying it to the enemy.
: Answer: except for the exact sections listed
: in the IRC definition of "withholding agent",
: at IRC section 7701(a)(16), there is no
: statute in the IRC imposing any specific
: liabilities for the federal income tax
: upon Citizens of the United States of
: America, i.e. those who are eligible
: to serve in the House or Senate (lawmakers)
: or in the White House. See 1:2:2, 1:3:3,
: and 2:1:5 for the Qualifications Clauses.

: Then see Alla v. Kornfeld for a standing court
: construction of the Diversity Clause
: at 3:2:1, discussed elsewhere in this
: forum. It held that federal citizens were
: not contemplated when the organic federal
: constitution was first ratified, and
: Congress cannot amend that constitution,
: no matter WHAT they may try to cram down
: our throats. See Eisner v. Macomber for
: standing authority on this latter point.

: So, if you are a withholding agent, you are
: holding money which is payable to the
: United States; until such time as you have
: actually paid that money, you are liable
: for payment of it -- every last penny of it!

: This makes perfect sense, when you stop
: to think about it. :)

: /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

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