Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on April 02, 1998 at 21:43:58:
In Reply to: Re: If the US is a corporation are there documents... posted by Common Right Group at San Diego county on June 06, 1997 at 01:10:55:
: : which show the articles of incorporation.
: : When did this incorporation occur?
: : Was it "legal"?
: : Any help would be appreciated.
: Some Help.....,
: In the EEOC manual entitled "Laws Enforced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission," page 1, bottom of left column, is the statement:
: "(b)(1) the United States, a corporation wholly owned by the government of the United States, ....."
: Now, on to the second part of the question, really to continue on the first part: Try a FOIA to the Secretary of State at the District of Columbia asking for documents showing the forming of the United States as a corporation.
: Ah. Now the second part, "Was it legal?" We figure it was plenty "legal" in that all the right process was probably followed. Whether it was Lawful or not, we don't want to guess. (There is a world of difference.)
: Hope this helps.
Yes, this certainly does help. We fully support
the application of the FOIA for obtaining
certified copies of specific laws. Gilbertson's
case exploited this technique quite extensively.
It is a good method for proving that something
does NOT exist (which, practically speaking,
is normally impossible to establish), e.g.
there are no published regulations for the
federal Jury Selection and Service Act,
28 U.S.C. 1861 et seq.
... check Richard McDonald's website, which has
documents citing the Acts of Congress circa 1801
which incorporated the District of Columbia.
Appendix Y in "The Federal Zone" has similar
citations; see the discussion of the meaning
of "United States".
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness
and Private Attorney General
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