On Apr 7, 2015, at 11:27 PM, Anna von Reitz <email@example.com> wrote:
Public Versus Private
The Alaska State Superior Court is only the court operating on the land jurisdiction of Alaska. It is the only public court in Alaska.
The “Alaska Court System” which fronts numerous “COURTS” called names like, THE SUPERIOR DISTRICT COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA–which are allprivate for-profit corporate entitiesnot public courts at all.
That’s what you have to wrap your heads around.
You think that the “Alaska Court System” is a public institution, right? Wrong. It’s a private corporation. It has a DINS number and an EIN just like the “State of Alaska” and the “STATE OF ALASKA” —- these things are all private corporations.
And, they practice private law—
You think that the “State Statutes” are public law, right?
Go to any law library in any “state” in this nation and pull down a…
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