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from her by due process of law, and in accordance with the Constitution. Among her rights are a
refusal to incriminate herself, and the immunity of herself and her property from arrest or seizure
except under a warrant of the law. She owes nothing to the public so long as she does not
trespass upon their rights." Hale v. Henkel, 201 U.S. 43 at 47 (1905).
Rights possessed by me individually include but are not limited to;
The right to carry on my private business in my own way so long as that use does not harm or
trespass on anyone. Thus, be it known to all that even though I recognize and respect those
collectively held powers granted to governments, I reserve my individually held prerogative
rights of action not to be compelled to perform under any contract or disability that I did not
enter into knowingly, voluntarily, and intentionally. A compelled state license to use my
property upon the public right of way is one such disability.
As such, the hidden or unrevealed contracts that supposedly create obligations to perform, for
persons of subject status, are inapplicable to me, and are null and void acts when applied to me.
If I have participated in any of the supposed "benefits" associated with these hidden contracts, I
have done so under duress from coercion, mis-information, and ignorance of my true nature and
rightful power. I correct that ignorance here.
From my age of consent to the date affixed below I have never signed a contract knowingly,
willingly, intelligently, and voluntarily whereby I have waived any of my individually held
natural Rights, and, as such,
Take Notice that I revoke, cancel, and make void, ab initio, my power of appointment on any
and all contracts, agreements, forms, or any instrument which may be construed in any way to
give any agency or department of any federal or state government authority, venue, or
jurisdiction over me upon subject matter that is solely within my individual province; one being
my Right to be free from all government restraint of my choice of action unless I have first
harmed or trespassed upon the rights of another.
This position is in accordance with the U.S. Supreme Court decision of Brady v. U.S., 379 U.S.
742 at 748 (1970):
"Waivers of Constitutional Rights not only must be voluntary, they must be knowingly
intelligent acts, done with sufficient awareness of the relevant circumstances and consequences."
Declaration of Citizenship. Any document signed by me, in which I answered "yes" to the
question, "Are you a U.S. citizen?" - cannot be used to compromise my status as a Sovereign,
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