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United States Court of Appeals

for the Armed Forces


Washington, D.C.

In re
Christopher E.
Strunk,

USCA Dkt. No. 16-0512

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DOCKETING NOTICE

Eric J.
Phelps,

and
Petitioners

ORDER

Notice is hereby given that a petition under Rule 67(C) for a 28 USC 1651
special writ of mandamus and injunctive equity relief in the matter of the breach of
contract in 1999 with repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act during the National Banking
Emergency or Time Of War and National Emergency Mandates by the Defacto
Commander-in-Chief, under the Hague Convention, United States Army Field
Manual for Civil Affairs Operations, Uniform Code of Military Justice, and
Constitution of the United States of America was filed under Rule 27(a) on May 2,
2016, and placed on the docket this 5th day of May, 2016. On consideration
thereof, it is, by the Court this 5th day of May, 2016,
ORDERED:
That said petition is hereby dismissed for lack of jurisdiction; and

Strunk, et al., Docket No. 16-0512

That, no further filings will be accepted or docketed by the Court on this


matter.

For the Court,

/s/ William A. DeCicco


Clerk of the Court

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Petitioners (Pro Se)

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Subject: First application for Extension of time to file Appeal Brief and Appendix due April 25,

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at USCA for the Armed Forces

Dear Clerk of the Court

Undersigned in propria persona in regards to the caption subject caused the service upon

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Appellees' Counsel (USPS Tracking # 9505514628446115188373) and with overnight USPS


Express Mail EL399711934US package in route with the conformed original and three (3)
copies of Appellant's subject motion due for delivery on 25 April 2016 afternoon along with

third party certificate of service.

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updated proof of setVice for tracking, and Undersigned wil1 follow-up this mailing with a call to

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
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MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE BRIEF FOR


PENDING DECISION BY THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR
THE ARMED FORCES IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION FOR SPECIAL
WRIT AS TO BREACH OF CONTRACT IN 1999 WITH REPEAL OF THE
GLASS-STEAGALL ACT DURING THE NATIONAL BANKING
EMERGENCY OR TIME OF WAR AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY
MANDATES BY THE DE-FACTO COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, UNDER THE:
HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD MANUAL FOR
CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS, UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE,
AND CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
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APPEAL taken from the January 8, 2016 and January 27, 2016 sua sponte Orders
of the Hon. Sylvia H. Rambo USDJ to dismiss with prejudice the Amended
Complaint filed in the USDC MDPA 15-cv-2328.
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Eric Jon: Phelps, in esse Sui juris,
in propria persona Appellant / Movant
c/o 203 South Fort Zellers Road
Newmanstown, Pennsylvania ZIP Code Excepted [17073]
Ph. 610-589-5300 Email: rbpbchurch@comcast.net

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OR TTME OF WAR A.lo..JD NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANDATES BY THF. DE-FACTO


COMMAJ."JDER-IN-CHJEF, UNDER THE: HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED STATES

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STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE i\RMED FORCES IN THE MATIER OF THE
PETITION FOR SPECIAL WRIT AS TO BREACH OF CONTRACT IN 1999 WITI-I REPEAL
OF THE GLASS-STEAGALL ACT DURING THE NATIONAL BANKING EMERGENCY

APPELLANT'S DECLARATJON IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE


EXTENSION OF TIJ\Iffi TO FILE BRIEF FOR PENDING D.ECISlON BY lliE UNITED

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AR\1Y FIELD MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS, UNIFORM CODE OF


MILITARY JUSTICE, AND CONSTiTUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 01' AMERICA.

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juris in propria persona the Appellant, hereby requests a continuance extension of time to fill'!

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the brief and appendix due April 25. 2016 for the APPEAL (see APX-103) taken from the sua

Rambo USDJ to dismiss v.ith prejudice the Amended Complaint tiled in the USDC

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sponte Orders of January 8. 2016 (sec APX-119) and January 27.2016 (APX-104) ofthe l-Ion.

MDP A 15-cv-2328.

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Lndersigned has not requested this relief before; and having been served vvith the cmry of

appearance by Appellees' Counsel Carlo D. Marchioli AUSA of the United States Attorney's

Office for the Middle District of PA located at 228 Walnut Street. Suite 220. PO Box 11754,

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Harrisburg PAt 71 08 and that Counsel is hereafter served with this notice and romexed cxhlbils.

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I, Eric Jon Phelps in esse Sui Jurjs. state and declare under penalty of perjury
under 28 liSC 1746 that. the forc2oin2. and attachments are true and correct.
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in propria persona Appellant I Movant
c/o 203 South Fort Zellers Road
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Dated: April24, .2016


Ncwmanstmvn Penn.

"'.n:1e-xed: f-'eli\ion lor Special Wl'it ofi\.-lalldumus with Certificate or service


:\.': Carlo D. ~v1arch;oli AUSA
Ph.: 717-2'21-4482 Email: Carlo.D.Marchioli@usdoj.gov

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I, Christopher Earl Strunk, under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 USC 1746, state and declare:

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On April 24, 2016 Eric Jon Phelps instructed me to cause the service of a copy of the MOTION
FOR CONTINUANCE EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE BRIEF FOR PENDING DECISION BY
THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ARMED FORCES IN THE MATTER
OF THE PETITION FOR SPECIAL WRlT AS TO BREACH OF CONTRACT IN 1999 WITH
REPEAL OF THE GLASS-STEAGALL ACT DURING THE NATIONAL BANKlNG
EMERGENCY OR TIME OF WAR AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANDATES BY THE
DE-FACTO COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, UNDER THE: HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED
STATES ARMY FIELD MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS, UNIFORM CODE
OF MILITARY JUSTICE, AND CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
signed April24, 2016 and on April24~ 2016 I placed a true copy of the bound copy in an envelope
marked "Urgent Legal Papers" with proper postage for delivery by the USPS upon:

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Carlo D. Marchioli AUSA of the United States


Attorney's Office for the Middle District of PA
located at 228 Walnut Street, Suite 220, PO
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Christopher Earl Strunk in esse Sui juris, in propria persona
c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue- PMB 102
Brooklyn, New York Zip code excepted [11217]
Ph: 718-414-3760; Email: suretynomore@gmail.com

CHRISTOPHER E. STRUNK
c/o 315 Flatbush A venue PMB 102
Brooklyn New York 11217
Ph: 718-414-3760 Email suretynomnore@gmail.com

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Hon. William A. DeCicco, Clerk of the
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
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Regarding: In Re: STRUNK and PHELPS, Petitioners

Subject: Application for Petition for Special Writ of Mandamus and Injunctive Equity Relief

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Attached herewith is The Original ofthe PETITION UNDER RULE 67(C) FOR A 28 USC

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1651 SPECIAL WRIT OF MANDAMUS AND INJUNCTIVE EQUITY RELIEF

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As required by Rule , the Undersigned certifies that the PETITION UNDER RULE
67(C) FOR A 28 USC 1651 SPECIAL WRIT OF MANDAMUS AND
INJUNCTIVE EQillTY RELIEF IN THE MATTER OF THE BREACH OF
CONTRACT IN 1999 WITH REPEAL OF THE GLASS-STEAGALL ACT
DURING THE NATIONAL BANKING EMERGENCY OR TIME OF WAR
AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANDATES BY THE DE-FACTO
COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, UNDER THE: HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED
STATES ARMY FIELD MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS,
UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE, AND CONSTITUTION OF
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. contains 7263 words on 22 pages
including the Petition Text and Footnotes, excluding the parts of the petition that are
exempted by rules, and uses Times New Roman font with 14 Point type in the Text
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The undersigned states and declares under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true
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Brooklyn, New York
Christopher Earl Strunk in esse Sui juris,
in propria persona
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Brooklyn, New York Zip code excepted [11217] Ph:
718-414-3760; Email: suretynomore@gmail.com
All Rights Reserved Without Prejudice

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In re: Christopher Earl Strunk, and Eric Jon Phelps,

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On April 24, 2016, I, Christopher Earl Strunk, under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 USC 1746,
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SPECIAL WRIT OF MANDAMUS AND INJUNCTfVE EQUITY RELIEF IN THE MATTER OF
THE BREACH OF CONTRACT IN 1999 WITH REPEAL OF THE GLASS-STEAGALL ACT
DURlNG THE NATIONAL BANKING EMERGENCY OR TIME OF WAR AND NATIONAL
EMERGENCY MANDATES BY THE DE-FACTO COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, UNDER THE:
HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS
OPERATIONS, UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE, AND CONSTITUTION OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERJCA affirmed April z:l, 2016 and placing a true copy of each bound
copy in an envelope marked "Urgent Legal Papers" with proper postage for delivery by the USPS
upon:

BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA II, Commander in Chief,


President of the United States of America

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JOHN KOSKINEN, Commissioner


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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE ARMED FORCES
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In re: Christopher Earl Strunk, and
Eric Jon Phelps,
Petitioners.
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PETITION UNDER RULE 67(C) FOR A 28 USC 1651 SPECIAL WRIT OF
MANDAMUS AND INJUNCTIVE EQUITY RELIEF IN THE MATTER OF
THE BREACH OF CONTRACT IN 1999 WITH REPEAL OF THE GLASSSTEAGALL ACT DURING THE NATIONAL BANKING EMERGENCY OR
TIME OF WAR AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANDATES BY THE DEFACTO COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, UNDER THE: HAGUE CONVENTION,
UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS
OPERATIONS, UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE, AND
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
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Christopher Earl: Strunk in esse Sui juris,
in propria persona Petitioner
c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102
Brooklyn, New York Zip code excepted [11217]
Ph: 718-414-3760; Email: suretynomore@gmail.com
Eric Jon: Phelps, in esse Sui juris,
in propria persona Petitioner
c/o 203 South Fort Zellers Road
Newmanstown, Pennsylvania ZIP Code Excepted [17073]
Ph. 610-589-5300 Email: rbpbchurch@comcast.net

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GENERAL MARK ALEXANDER MILLEY


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BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA II, Commander in Chief,


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JACOB JOSEPH LEW, Secretary of the United States Treasury


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JOHN KOSKINEN, Commissioner
Internal Revenue Service Office of Commissioner,
1111 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC [20224]
ROBERT DRUSKIN, Executive Chairman of the
Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
55 Water Street, 1-SL,
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Ph. 610-589-5300 Email: rbpbchurch@comcast.net

Christopher Earl: Strunk in esse Sui juris, in propria persona


c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102
Brooklyn, New York Zip code excepted [11217]
Ph: 718-414-3760; Email: suretynomore@gmail.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Relief Sought

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C. Mandamus of Trial Court for pre-trial discovery

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A. Does the authority of the Military Government presently extend jurisdiction


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B. Does the scope of military authority circumscribed by the necessities of the


ongoing national emergency or time of war..?

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C. Is there a contract between Petitioners and government of the United States?


D. Is there a breach of contract for Petitioners class resultant of the 1999 repeal of
the 1933 Glass Steagall Act..?

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E. Does the U.S. Army Chief of Staff's authority over Civil Affairs Functions with
civil agency(s)...?

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F. Does the present Military Government mis-represent the martial process..?


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Introduction

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Combined APPENDIX with pages APX - 001 through APX - 153................23

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TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

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Department of the Army Field Manual FM 41-10-62 Civil Affairs Operations

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions d. Civil Emergency

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions a. Civil Affairs.

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions- g. Military Government

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 5 THE ARMY IN THE COMMUNITY..Paragraph 70.


Martial Law

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 1 Paragraph 8. Application of International Law

CIVIL AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS Paragraph 11

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FM 41-10-62 CHAPTER 2
Governmental Functions

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FM 41-10-62 Page 17 - diagram for CIVIL AFFAIRS IN TIME PHASES


HOSTILITIES- PEACETIME: RELATIONSHIP TO CIVIL GOVERNMENT
(POLITICAL- ECONOMIC-SOCIAL MATTERS)-A PRIMARY
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MILITARY SUPPORTED BY OTHER
DESIGNATED US AGENCIES
Statutes
28 USC 1651

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28 USC 2201

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10 U.S. Code 801 Definitions - 9 The term "accuser"

18 U.S. Code 7-7

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12 USC 95(a): 50 USC App. 5(b) still a National Emergency of Executive Order
2039 and 2040 by authorization of Congress by 12 USC 95(b)

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The Emergency Powers Act of Sept. 14, 1976 PL 94-412 90 Stat. 1255, expressly
retained 12 USC 95(a) with 50 USC Appendix 5(b)

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The International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) (50 U.S.C. 17011707), EBRA remains the law of the land over banking and commerce
internationally cited by the Congressional Research Service Report to Congress
98-505 National Emergency Powers update September 18, 2001.

Glass Steagall Act.


Graham-Leach-Bliley Act.
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USCA for the Armed Force Rule 67(c) for a special writ

US Constitution with Amendments

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Laws of War: Laws and Customs of War on Land (Hague IV) of October 18, 1907,
especially Section III Military Authority Over the Territory of the Hostile State
Articles 42 through 56

Treaties

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Other Sources
The Law of Nations, by Emer de Vattel in 1758

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Federal Register search "National Emergency" "Emergency Continuation"

Executive Order 2039 created the perpetual private trusts on March 6, 1933

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Executive Order 2040 created the perpetual temporary Military Government on


March 9, 1933

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US Senate Report 93-549

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Maryland Journal of International Law Vol. 3 Issue 2 Article 11 "Amendments to


the Trading With the Enemy Act"
Congressional Research Service Report to Congress 98-505 National Emergency
Powers update September 18, 2001

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Related Cases

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SPYHUNTER: The Secret History of German Intelligence by Michael Shrimpton,


June Press 2014

Strunk v DTCC etal USCA 2nd Circuit 15-3199

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Phelps v Obama etal USCA 3rd Circuit 16-1453

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INTRODUCTION

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Chip Erdmann (Chief Judge.); Scott W. Stucky; Margaret A. Ryan; Kevin A.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE That the honorable judges of this Court: Charles E.

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Ohlson; William H. Darden; Walter T. Cox III; Eugene R. Sullivan; Susan J.


(1)

for offenses against nationals of the

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by Accusers defined by 10 USC 801-9

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Crawford; H.F. "Sparky" Gierke; Andrew S. Effron; James E. Baker, are petitioned

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United States outside the jurisdiction of any nation defined by 18 USC 7 -7, as if

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for special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States using Court

Rule 67(c) for a 28 USC 1651 Special Writ of Mandamus with Injunctive Equity

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Relief in the matter of the breach of contract in 1999 with repeal of the Glass-

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Steagall Act during the National Banking Emergency or Time of War and National

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Emergency Mandates by the De-Facto Commander-In-Chief (CINC), under the:

Hague Convention, United States Army Field Manual For Civil Affairs

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Operations, Uniform Code Of Military Justice, and Constitution of The United


States of America, as to Civil Affairs (2) under the 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC
(3)

with the Military Government

(4)

agents gross

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App. 5(b) ongoing emergency

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10 USC 801 Definitions (9) The term accuser means a person who signs and swears to
charges, any person who directs that charges nominally be signed and sworn to by another, and
any other person who has an interest other than an official interest in the prosecution of the
accused.

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FM 41-10-1962 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions a. Civil Affairs. Those phases of the


activities of a commander which embrace the relationship between the military forces and the
civil authorities and people in a friendly (including US home territory) or occupied area where
military forces are present. In an occupied country or area this may include the exercise of
executive, legislative, and judicial authority by the occupying power.
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FM 41-10-1962 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions d. Civil Emergency. Emergencies affecting


public welfare as a result of enemy attack, insurrection, civil disturbance, earthquake, fire, flood,
or other public disasters or equivalent emergencies which endanger life and property or disrupt
the usual process of government. (Emphasis by Petitioners)
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dereliction of U.S. Army duties in the Community under the CINC defined by
U.S. Army Field Manual 41-10-1962 based upon the Hague Regulations within

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That the jurisdiction of this Court over the government in the United States

related oscillates between the grey of Transition "A" and "B" see APX 001.

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and civil responsibility is properly based upon the degree of military intrusion into

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the field of government, and correspondingly, the scope of military authority, is

provisions of the 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC App. 5(b)

(5)

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with martial law

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circumscribed by the necessities of the ongoing national emergency or time of war

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FM 41-10-1962 Chapter 1 Paragraph 2 Definitions- g. Military Government. Form of


administration by which an occupying power exercises executive, legislative, and judicial
authority over occupied territory.

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FM 41-10-62 Chapter 5 THE ARMY IN THE COMMUNITY..Paragraph 70. Martial Law


(a.) Among the domestic emergency situations that may, depending on the necessities of the
case, justify recourse to a regime of martial law are flood, earthquake, windstorm, tidal wave,
fire, epidemic, riot, civil unrest, or other extraordinary circumstances beyond the control
capability of normal governmental officials. In such circumstances, a military commander may,
on instructions from higher authority, or on his own initiative, if the circumstances do not admit
of delay, take such action necessary to maintain law and order and assure the performance of
essential governmental services. As government in the United States is a civil responsibility, the
degree of military intrusion into the field of government, and correspondingly, the scope of
military authority, is circumscribed by the necessities of the case. Civil and military officials in
foreign states have similar powers with the extent of authority varying from country-to-country
and regime-to-regime. (Emphasis by Petitioners)

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b. Although, in the U.S., no declaration of martial law is necessary, it is customary for the
President, the governor of a state or territory, comparable officials of other political subdivisions,
or the military commander in question, to publish a Proclamation informing the people of the
nature of the emergency and the powers which the military authorities feel justified in assuming.
Such proclamation by itself confers no authority on the military commander. It does serve,
however, to define the area of military control and the specific governmental functions and
responsibilities to be exercised by the military authorities. (Emphasis by Petitioners)
c. As martial law is a temporary, extraordinary regime, great care must be taken in drafting
proclamations, orders, instructions, regulations, or any other martial law directives, lest such
pronouncements assert more authority than is justified under the circumstances, fail to
particularize the powers to be exercised, or have the effect of perpetuating the emergency or
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(TWEA) for extraordinary circumstances since March 6, 1933 beyond the control
(6)

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capability of normal government officials in application of International Law

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enlarging its scope. For more detailed information concerning martial law, (see DA Pam 27-11),
Lectures on Martial Law (1960), FNI 19-15, and AR 500-50. To the extent that they are
applicable to domestic emergencies the control techniques outlined in chapter 8 may be utilized.
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FM 41-10-1962 Chapter 1 Paragraph 8. Application of International Law. (a.) International


law is usually regarded as having two branches, one dealing with the peaceful relations between
states and the other concerned with armed hostilities between states. This division is not,
however, absolute, and there are many facets of international relations that are difficult to regard
as belonging to the law of peace or the law of war. Both branches as well as the undefined grey
area in between apply to civil affairs relations. The law of peace deals with such matters as
recognition of states and governments, jurisdiction, nationality, diplomatic protocol, the
prerequisites for and construction of international agreements, and, generally, the practices and
standards observed by friendly states in their mutual relations. Evidence of the law of peace is to
be found in law making treaties, the decisions of international and national judicial bodies, the
writings of jurists, diplomatic correspondence, and other documentary material concerning the
practice of states. The law of peace is particularly relevant to define the rights and obligations of
a military force that is deployed in the territory of an allied state not only where there is a civil
affairs agreement, but also where there is no applicable agreement or with respect to matters on
which such agreement is silent. (Emphasis by Petitioners)

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(b.) The law of war governs such matters as the conduct of hostilities on land, in the sea, and in
the air; the status and treatment of persons affected by hostilities, such as POW'S, the sick and
wounded, and civilian persons; the occupation of enemy territory, flags of truce, armistices and
surrender agreements, neutrality, and war crimes. The law of war is derived from two principal
sources, law making treaties, such as the Hague and Geneva Conventions, and custom, a body of
unwritten law that is firmly established by the practice of nations and well defined by recognized
authorities on international law. Ordinarily, a provision of an international agreement is binding
on a state only to the extent that it has consented to be bound. However, a humanitarian principle
enunciated in a law making treaty is binding. (Emphasis by Petitioners)

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(e.) Of these' agreements, the NATO Status of Forces Agreement is particularly significant
because of the precedent it has established concerning the law applicable to visiting military
forces when they are in the territory of a friendly state. The Hague Regulations are important
because they are regarded as declaratory of law applicable between belligerents. The 1949
Conventions supplement the Hague Regulations, which by their literal terns applied only to a
"war" between parties signatory thereto, by broadening the scope of the Treaty law to cover not
only "war" but also "any other armed conflict" and "any partial or total occupation," involving
their signatories (see FM 27-10). An international agreement of particular significance to CA
personnel is the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed
Conflict. The United States became a signatory to this agreement at the Hague in 1954. This
Convention outlines the measures which armed forces shall take in the preservation of historical,
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and whose duty falls upon the U.S. Army Chief of Staff's (COS) authority over

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alleged dereliction of duty inter alia, for effective civil government, public finance,

Civil Affairs Functions with civil agency(s) and the cabinet of the CINC, with

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legal due process(7) for which Petitioners seek a 28 USC 1651 Writ of Mandamus

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cultural, and scientific properties in any enemy territory. As CA personnel will have principal
responsibility for measures to be taken concerning cultural property, they should be thoroughly
familiar with the legal obligations of the United States respecting artistic objects, archives,
monuments, shrines, and other types of cultural property. (Emphasis by Petitioners)
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FM 41-10-62 CHAPTER 2 CIVIL AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS Paragraph 11 Governmental


Functions. Included in this grouping of functions are those dealing with matters customarily
involving governmental activity or control. The general areas of concern include the organization
and conduct of local government, political activities; review, advice, or correction of civil
officials in accordance with competent directives, and implementation of policy decisions with
respect to control or other relationships with government in the area of operations.

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(a.) Civil Government. This function is concerned with the structure and conduct of local
government. It encompasses methods of establishing legislative and executive agencies from
national to local levels and the processes of these agencies in the administration of civil
government. Included are such considerations as political. parties, eligibility for franchise,
elections, tenure, and all other aspects of the development and operation of the apparatus of
government. Commanders having area responsibility, their staffs, and CA units are charged, as
appropriate, with

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(1) Surveying governmental organization at all levels.

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(2) Surveying lines of authority and influence having impact on political matters.

(3) Analyzing effectiveness of existing agencies of government or social control.

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(4) Studying effectiveness of governmental officials and employees and of other community
leaders; removing persons who are inimical to the United States or who are not in sympathy with
its policies and objectives, and securing the appointment of leaders who will further desired
programs.

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(5) Negotiating to gain support or cooperation for United States forces.


(6) Recommending organization, functioning, staffing, and authority of agencies of government
or social control.
(7) Advising, conducting liaison with, supervising, controlling, or replacing organs of
government.
(8) Participating on joint commissions, committees, or councils concerned with governmental
affairs.
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(b.) Legal. This function is concerned with the legal system of the area and the application of
international law in CA operations. Commanders having CA area responsibility, their staffs, and
CA units are charged, as appropriate with-

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(1) Translation of the legal aspect of CA operations into plans and directives.

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(2) Analysis and interpretation of the civil and criminal laws of the territory, particularly
restraints imposed upon the civil populace.

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(3) Study of the organization of the judicial system including determination of legal status and
jurisdiction of civil courts and law.

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(4) Review of the local organization of the bar and determination of reliability of its members.

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(5) Examination of locally accepted forms of judicial procedure including rules of evidence and
rights of the accused.

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(6) Assistance to commanders and staffs in the preparation of proclamations, ordinances, orders
and directives, and as otherwise may be required.

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(7) The establishment of necessary civil affairs tribunals and other judicial and administrative
agencies, including their number, types, jurisdiction, procedures, and delegation of appointing
authority.

(8) The closure or reopening of local tribunals, including courts, boards, and commissions; their
jurisdiction, organization and procedure, and the class of cases triable therein.

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(9) Recommendations concerning the suspension or abrogation of laws and procedural rules
applicable to local courts.

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(10) Recommendations concerning the alteration, suspension, or promulgation of laws to include


civil legislation for the government of the area in which military forces are deployed. It may be
necessary to deny enforcement effect to local legislation or to adopt new laws essential to the
control of the area in question and the protection of U.S. forces. Such legislation must conform
to applicable provisions of U.S. law and international law as, for example, the 1949 Geneva
Civilian Convention.

(11) Supervision of the administration of civil and criminal laws by local officials.

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(12) Provision of members for civil affairs tribunals.

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(13) Review or administrative examination of cases tried in CA courts before referral to higher
headquarters for final review.

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(14) Arrangements for transmittal of civilian claims against the United States to the proper
agency.
(f.) Public Finance. This function is of vast importance in the conduct of economic welfare and
economic stabilization measures and assists in reducing support contributions by the United
States. It includes control, supervision, and audit of fiscal resources; budget practices, taxation,
expenditures of public funds, currency issues, and the banking agencies and affiliates. It is
essential that the function be performed in an integrated and uniform manner within each
national area. Commanders having area responsibility, their staffs, and CA units may be charged
with tasks such as:
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and Injunctive Equity relief for Accusers personal damage caused by malicious
(8)

protective firewall;

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breach of contract by repeal of the 1933 Glass Steagall Act

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(1) Analysis of taxation systems and other sources of revenue, governmental expenditures, and
estimates of adequacy of public funds for performance of governmental functions.

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(2) Review of public laws and agencies regulating banking and financing.

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(3) Analysis of financial structures including types and conditions of financial institutions.

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(4) Analysis of types and amounts of circulating currencies, acceptance by population of such
currencies, and current foreign exchange rates.

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(5) Recommendations as to designation of type of circulating local currency.

(6) Recommendations as to provisions for military currency.

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(7) Recommendations as to establishment of currency exchange rates.

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(9) Recommendations for control of foreign exchange.

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(8) Establishment and enforcement of restrictions on exportation of currencies.

(10) Establishment of controls over budget, taxation, expenditures, and public funds and
determination of appropriate fiscal accounting procedures.

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(11) Reestablishment or revision of taxation systems in accordance with policy directives.


(12) Liquidation, reorganization, opening, or closing of banks.
(13) Supervision over credit and provisions for credit needs.

(14) Regulation or supervision of governmental fiscal agencies, banks, credit cooperatives, and
other financial institutions.

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(15) Recommendations for advances of funds to governmental or private financial institutions.

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(16) Recommendations as to emergency declaration of debt suspensions for specific types of


debts.

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(17) Recommendations for protection of public and private financial institutions and
safeguarding funds, securities, and financial records.
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That according to Petitioners associate British Intelligence Expert Michael Shrimpton, the
theft is interrelated with crimes accomplished by the post 1945 German Military Intelligence
racketeering enterprise, Deutscher Verteidigungs Dienst (DVD) based in Dachau Germany, see
SPYHUNTER: The Secret History of German Intelligence published by June Press in 2014,
whose Red Chinese agents operate as do their North Korean and Vietnam mis-adventures still
operative, and having promulgated the 1999 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act repeal of much of the
Glass-Steagall Act, a.k.a. the Banking Act of 1933 (48 Stat. 162), during which time in the
Clinton White House attorney J. Paul Oetken enabled merging of Commercial with Investment
Bank investments for DVD / Red Chinese looting of up till then safely separated private trusts
with all of the names registered in commerce including Undersigned's property as is historically
used in the decennial percapita NAMES in commerce as collateral guarantee for the National
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and that the resultant damage burdens Petitioners as a class, the humans born and
registered in commerce as the Public U.S. Citizen indenture by adhesion contract

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uniformly bundled to guarantee the public debt accrued before 1999.

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Petitioners / Accusers demand de novo review of the Military Government

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culpability in the taking by breach of contract under the 83 year long emergency of

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the Emergency Banking Relief Act (EBRA) that brought inland the Trading with

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the Enemy Act (TWEA) and the dozens of annually renewed emergencies or time

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of war along with the EBRA / TWEA available remedies under Title 50; and in

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that Petitioners have exhausted administrative remedies to no avail in the United

States District Courts for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) 15-cv-6817

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(with Second Circuit Appeal 15-3199) and Middle

District of Pennsylvania

(MDPA) 15-cv-2328 (with pending Third Circuit Appeal 16-1453 filing) efforts to

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separate out their private national citizen non-combatant status from the

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commingled derivative debt liability taking theft imposed upon Public US Citizens

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by the unbridled speculative investment since 1999; and as the EBRA special trust

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funds under Executive Orders 2039 and 2040 were safely invested as the collateral

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for the U.S. Public debt had previously been separate from speculative investment

debt since 1933 rather than constitutional money per se, and that the theft was discovered by the
FBI Senior Special Agent investigation of the 2008 DTCC's crafted so-called Derivative /
Mortgage collapse that involves the criminal cover up of the Certificates of Birth collateral
security underlying the very risky investment derivatives used after 1999 by DTCC Etal. the
perpetrators.
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under the control of the U.S. Treasury Comptroller of the Currency (COC) with

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from the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) whose subsidiaries

use of the Exchange Stabilization Fund, being compartmentalized and protected

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etal. use the 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC App. 5b for unjust enrichment

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since 1999 during the ongoing national banking emergency or time of war.

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RELIEF SOUGHT

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A. Declaratory Judgment:

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(1) on the jurisdictional status of a Court in regards to the continuing National

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Emergency and obligation to enforce the letter and intent of the U.S.

Constitutional mandates and U.S. Army Regulations during a national

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emergency or time of war under 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC App. 5(b);
(2) that during a national emergency all public officers of all branches of State

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and Local Government / territory(s) including the Federal and State courts are

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defacto martial bodies that by operation of law are under the POTUS

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Commander-in-chief until the emergency(s) are terminated, and only at which

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time become dejure civil bodies under the 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC

(3) That Petitioners have breach of contract damage as a result of the

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App. 5(b);

commingling of commercial and investment trust funds starting in 1999.

B. A Mandamus of courts with competent jurisdiction during the continuing

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Authority Over the Territory of the Hostile State Articles 42 through 56

National Banking Emergency under the Hague Convention Section III Military

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applies, and have a defacto martial process duty once the petitioner status is

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established by operation of law to provide remedy under 50 USC App. 32

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with 17 during the continuing national emergency under 12 USC 95a having

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amended 50 USC App. 5(b)

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C. A mandamus of a court of competent jurisdiction to take evidence including the

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testimony of the FBI special agent who investigated the theft with immunity

for trial on the taking caused by the commingling of funds starting in 1999

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D. A mandamus of US Army Chief of Staff (COS), DTCC, CINC, Secretary of


the Treasury (SOT), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), COC, to show cause

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why Petitioners status as registered non-combatants, who have ceased to be

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the indenture for the Public US Citizen guarantee for the Public debt

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accrued before 1999, are now comingled with investment bank liability

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after 1999 otherwise covered by the Exchange Stabilization Fund,

the name registered in commerce separated from the uniform bundle, and

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why Petitioners should not be awarded postliminy relief with legal title to

receive a separation accounting along with further different relief that the
Court deems necessary.
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E.

A mandamus of COS and CINC to enforce provisions of FM 41-10-62 to


safeguard integrity of the civil government, financial system and legal process.

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Petitioner Christopher Earl Strunk in esse Sui juris (Strunk), in propria

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STATEMENT OF FACTS

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persona, with place for service c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102 Brooklyn,
York

Zip

code

excepted

[11217]

Ph:

718-414-3760;

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New

Email:

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That Strunk is a Vietnam Era Veteran having served honorably in the United

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suretynomore@gmail.com, (hereinafter among the "Petitioners"); and

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States Air Force with rank of E-5 from 7 December 1966 thru 6 December 1972

while attached to the Military Airlift Command.

That Strunk is the Executor of THE EXPRESS DEED IN TRUST TO THE

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (see APX -078) for its Posterity beneficiaries,

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and duly appointed by Posterity beneficiary Eric Jon Phelps (Phelps), who is an

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expert on the Society of Jesus history of the 83 year time of war or state of

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Emergency under 12 USC 95 with 50 USC Appendix (App.) 5(b) for Executive

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Orders 2039 and 2040.


That on 21 January 2014, at 4:22 AM in WASHINGTON D.C. 20220,

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Strunk became a non combatant with a Treaty of Peace duly registered with the
Secretary of the Treasury during the ongoing time of war and or emergency
defined under the EBRA amended TWEA.
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That Strunk on 6 January 2014 pursuant to the 21 January 2014 in

anticipation

of the registration cited above, Strunk filed an Amicus motion

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demanding "Civilian due Process of Law" in the Appeal Case Strunk v NYS BOE

5.

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etal in the NYS Appellate Division for the 2nd JD (see APX - 087 w/o exhibits

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herewith), and in response on 4 March 2014 (the 81st Anniversary of the FDR

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inauguration and declaration of emergency occupation of the USA) the Appellate

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four-judge panel issued its DECISION & ORDER ON MOTION M170416 -

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denying provision "for civilian due process of law" on appeals from the NYS

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Supreme Court (see APX - 086); and confirms de-facto martial due process under

the continuing national emergency occupation, that also explains why all

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governmental bodies fly a fringed flag indoors pursuant to US Army Regulations


840-10. However, raises a question of why an un-fringed flag is flown out-of-doors

That on 26 August 2015 Strunk filed a Complaint inter alia for restoration of

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in contradiction to Hague Convention Article 23 Clause 7.

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the legal title to the personal name property in the US District Court for the

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Southern District of New York with Docket 15-cv-6817 under the EBRA amended

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TWEA, 50 USC App. Section 9 and 17 with the Section 32 mandate of court

action, to no avail on 10 September 2015 was ORDEDED denied sua sponte (see

APX-063) by JAMES PAUL OETKEN USDJ, as was the motion for


reconsideration on 29 September 2015 (see APX- 068) despite Strunk's demand
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for recusal of OETKEN, a party in interest to the complaint.


Then on 6 October 2015, Strunk filed a Notice of Appeal to the USCA

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Second Circuit from the SDNY 15-cv-6817 Orders of J. PAUL OETKEN USDJ

7.

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shown at APX - 063 and APX - 068; and thereafter was assigned Appeal docket

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number 15-3199 with Motion for Emergency Hearing filed 11 October 2015,

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thereafter on 10 December 2015 was denied as moot (see APX- 010) and then the

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Petitioner Eric Jon: Phelps, in esse Sui juris, in propria persona, with place

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motion for reconsideration on 18 March 2016 was denied (see APX- 002).

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for service c/o 203 South Fort Zellers Road Newmanstown, Pennsylvania ZIP code

excepted [17073] Ph. 610-589-5300 Email: rbpbchurch@comcast.net; and


That Phelps is a Vietnam Era Veteran having served honorably in the United

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9.

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Tactical Air Command.

States Air Force with rank of E-4 from 1972 thru 1977 while attached to the

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10. That on date 16 December 2015, at 4:18 AM in WASHINGTON D.C.

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20220, Phelps became a non combatant with a Treaty of Peace duly registered

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with the Secretary of the Treasury during the ongoing time of war and or

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emergency defined under the EBRA amended TWEA.

11. That Petitioner's Name property, as historically used in the decennial census

of percapita NAMES in commerce according to the Constitution before 1933, is a


collective collateral guarantee for the National debt since 1933 rather than
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constitutional money per se; and that the theft was discovered by the FBI Senior

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so-called Derivative / Mortgage collapse involves the criminal covered up of the

Special Agent (see APX- 011) that the investigation of the 2008 DTCC's crafted

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derivatives are used after 1999 by DTCC Etal; and that Phelps states:

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Certificates of Birth collateral security underlying the very risky investment

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In my October class of 2014, a student was present that had been an


FBI agent for over thirty years. The agent confided to me in confidence that
as a result of the 2008 mortgage crisis, he/she was assigned to conduct an
investigation as to the collateral of all derivatives traded on the Stock
Market. It was discovered that the collateral, the source of all credit
extension to the major banks, were private, Treasury trust fund accounts
represented by the Certificates of Live Births filed with the fifty states and
Washington, D.C.
Shocked and aghast, he/she reported this discovery to his/her
superiors. Sadly, he/she was told that it would be in the FBI's best interest
for he/her to resign. Further, he/she was warned that he/she spoke about this
to anyone, he/she would be destroyed by ceaseless litigation and maybe
subjected to harassing criminal prosecution.
Upon privately revealing this event to me the agent gave me terms.
He/she made it crystal clear that in no way shall he/she publicly testify to
these facts in any public arena So, in honoring my promise to the agent, I
shall not break my trust by disclosing his/her name. However, I will testify
concerning the above event in any arena.

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amended Complaint (see APX - 122) inter alia for restoration of legal title to the

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personal name property to safeguard private trusts in the US District Court for the
MDPA with Docket 15-cv-2328 under the EBRA amended TWEA, 50 USC App.
Section 9 and 17 with the Section 32 mandate of court action, to no avail on 8
January 2016 was denied sua sponte (see APX- 119) by SYLVIA H. RAMBO
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USDJ as with reconsideration motion on 27 January 2016 denied(see APX-104).

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national emergency(ies) or time of war under the Military Government's Civil

13. That on 9 February 2016, Phelps requests clarification of the ongoing

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Affairs Operation duties of General Mark Alexander Milley Chief of Staff of the

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United States Army (CoS) with attention to the Army Protocol Directorate Office

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of the Chief of Staff to explain AR 840-10 rules for Display of the National Flag

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Every court, state and federal, flies military colors pursuant to AR 840-10
inside their courthouses within their geographic jurisdictions of the United
States; ... however, such display appears as an actual constructive fraud and
deception in contravention to the laws of military occupation required under
the Hague Convention, Article 23:

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" ... ,it is especially forbidden ... To make improper use ... of the national
flag ... : To declare abolished, suspended, or inadmissible in a court of law
the rights and actions of the nationals of the hostile party. A belligerent is
likewise forbidden to compel the nationals of the hostile party to take part in
the operations of war directed against their own country, even if they were in
the belligerents service before the commencement of the war."

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Whereby the present temporary military government operating under 12


USC 95a: 50 USC App. 5(b) with related acts of the Commander-in-chief
approved by Congress with 12 USC 95b, allows for deception of the enemy
"persons" ofthe states, deemed "occupied territories," by flying the same
American flag without the gold fringe outdoors. This situation absolutely
warrants that the Army Chief of Staff and the related chain of command
either order the temporary military government fly a flag without gold fringe
inside, or order that the same gold-fringed flag/military color be flown
outside as it would during an outdoor ceremony.

14. To date Phelps has not received any response from the CoS.
15. On 26 February 2016, Phelps filed Notice of Appeal (see APX -103 ) to be
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heard at the USCA for the Armed Forces, but was nevertheless assigned to the

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shown at APX-104 and APX -119; and thereafter, was assigned Appeal

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and duties upon Respondents listed above under the EBRA amended TWEA as 50

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war for acknowledgment of private national citizen rights and property to no avail.

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17. If it please the court for brevity, based upon information and belief that by

operation of law the pre-existing and current National Emergency Mandates (see

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APX-074) by the resident De-Facto Commander-In-Chief, Barack Hussein Obama


II, under:

The Emergency Banking Relief Act of 9 March 1933 (48 Stat. 1)

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(EBRA) that brought inland jurisdiction of The Trading with the Enemy Act of

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October 6, 1917, CH. 106, 40 STAT. 411 (TWEA) by operation of Executive


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of 6 March 1933 and 2040

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of 9 March 1933, e.g. 12 USC

Executive Order 2039 created the perpetual private trusts on March 6, 1933 mandated :
"...the Secretary of the Treasury. with the approval of the President and under such
regulations as he may prescribe. is authorized and empowered (a) to permit any or all of
such banking institutions to perform any or all of the usual banking functions, (b) \o
direct, require or-permit the issuance of clearing house certificates or other evidences of
claims against assets of banking institutions , and {c) to authorize and direct the creation
in such banking institutions of special trust accounts for the receipt of new deposits
which shall be subject to withdrawal on demand without any restriction or limitation and
shall be kept separately in cash or on deposit in Federal Reserve Banks or invested-in
obligations of the United States." (emphasis added by Petitioners)

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USCA Third Circuit from the MDPA 15-cv-2328 Orders of SYLVIA H. RAMBO

95(a): 50 USC App. 5(b), still a National Emergency of the Executive by

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other Emergencies are still in effect (12), WE are according to the US Senate Report

perpetual authorization of Congress with 12 USC 95(b)(11); and that with four

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93-549 as to the temporary military government under a continual national

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emergency occupation, stated:

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"Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared
national emergency. In fact, there are now in effect four presidentially
proclaimed states of national emergency: In addition to the national
emergency declared by President Roosevelt in 1933, there are also the
national emergency proclaimed by President Truman on December 16, 1950,
during the Korean conflict, and the states of national emergency declared
buy President Nixon on March 23, 1970 and August 15, 1971;

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Executive Order 2040 created the perpetual temporary Military Government on March 9,
1933 mandated : "...in view of such continuing national emergency and by virtue of the
authority vested in me by Section 5 (b) of the Act of October 6 , 1917 (40 Stat. L 411), as
amended by the act of March 9, 1933, do hereby proclaim, order, direct and declare that
all the terms and provisions of said Proclamation of March 6, 1933, and the regulations
and orders issued thereunder are hereby continued in full force and effect until further
proclamation by the President..." (emphasis added by Petitioners)
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That 12 USC 95(a): 50 USC App. 5(b) with Executive Orders 2039 and 2040 as the law of
the land approved by Congress under 12 USC 95(b) and as for all current and related
"...actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders and proclamations heretofore orhereafter taken,
promulgated, made, or issued by the President of the United States or the Secretary of the
Treasury since March 4. 1933, pursuant to the authority conferred by section 95a of this title,
are approved and confirmed." (emphasis added by Petitioners)
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See quote: The purpose of the TWEA was to "define, regulate and punish trading with the
enemy." Section 5(b) of the original act gave the President power to regulate or prohibit
transactions in foreign exchange and currency, and transfers of credit or property with any
foreign country or the resident of any foreign country during war. This section has been amended
four times. In 1933 Section 5(b) was amended to provide that its authorities could be used in
time of a national emergency declared by the President;6 previously, the grants of power could
be used only during wartime. President Roosevelt cited the emergency authority of 5(b) to
declare a bank holiday during the depression. The national emergency declared by Roosevelt is
still in effect today. (emphasis added by Petitioners)
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"These proclamations give force to 470 provisions of Federal law. These


hundreds of statutes delegate to the President extraordinary powers,
ordinarily exercised by the Congress, which affect the lives of American
citizens in a host of all-encompassing manners. This vast .range of powers,
taken together,. confer enough authority to rule the country without
reference to normal Constitutional process"

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"Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the - President may: seize
property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities;
assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all
transportation and communication; regulate the operation of private
enterprise; restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the
lives of all American citizens..."

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and when combined with The Emergency Powers Act of Sept. 14, 1976 PL 94-412

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90 Stat. 1255, that expressly retained 12 USC 95(a) with 50 USC Appendix 5(b)

at Section 502(a)(1) with The International Emergency Economic Powers Act

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(IEEPA) (50 U.S.C. 1701-1707) enacted on December 28, 1977 requires that the
12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC App. 5(b) be repealed as to new emergency

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proclamations unless specified, both enactments make sure the EBRA remains the

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law of the land over banking and international commerce cited by Maryland
3 Issue 2 Article 11 "Amendments to the

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Trading With the Enemy Act" and the Congressional Research Service Report to

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Congress 98-505 National Emergency Powers update September 18, 2001; and

thereby maintains and further triggers the emergency occupation of the territories
of the United States of America with use of the Laws of War: Laws and Customs of
War on Land (Hague IV) of October 18, 1907, especially Section III Military
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Authority Over the Territory of the Hostile State Articles 42 through 56; and this

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America using definitions of The Law of Nations, by Emer de Vattel in 1758.

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and related law, based upon the use of the Constitution of the United States of

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EBRA amended TWEA along with that for the ongoing Korean Emergency by

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Truman and closure of the gold window by Nixon are in place notwithstanding the

concurrent Emergency mandates that are a nullity / void ab initio, and in that

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Congress has not done the required six month review of each, are of a CINC who
is constitutionally ineligible for and or usurps the Office of President of the United

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States (POTUS) who has committed a multitude of high crimes as outlined by

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Stephen Pidgeon Esq. of the North American Law Center, in the proposed Articles

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of Impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama (II) (see APX - 012); and that based

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upon a plethora of criminal evidence is worthy of further investigation by the US

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Army Provost General for crimes committed during the ongoing National

Emergency Occupation whereby the Commander-in-Chief has authority over all


government bodies and agents accordingly.
19. Petitioners wish to separate the usurper eligibility issue from the issues of
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serves as Petitioners' complaint that invokes the Uniform Code of Military Justice

Military Government duties and responsibilities under the ongoing 83 years of

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afford available remedies for personal relief below in the defacto Federal and State

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/ Local Courts under 50 USC App. 9, 17, 32 and related law.

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A. Under the present concurrent emergencies, does the authority of the Military

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Government presently extend jurisdiction over the government in the United

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States and civil responsibility properly based upon the degree of military intrusion

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into the field of government?

B. Does the scope of military authority circumscribed by the necessities of the

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ongoing national emergency or time of war with available martial law provisions
of the 12 USC 95(a) amended 50 USC App. 5(b) (TWEA) for extraordinary

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circumstances since March 6, 1933 extend beyond the control capability of

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normal government officials in application of International Law?

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C. Is there a contract between Petitioners and government of the United States?

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D. Is there a breach of contract for Petitioners class resultant of the 1999 repeal of

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the 1933 Glass Steagall Act protective firewall between the private trust accounts

collateralizing the commercial public debt securities and speculative investment


and damage based upon the evidence gathered by the FBI special agent ?
E. Under the Concurrent Emergencies, does the U.S. Army Chief of Staff's
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emergency or time of war, and as will determine the application of jurisdiction to

authority over Civil Affairs Functions with civil agency(s) and the cabinet of the

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alleged dereliction of duty inter alia, for effective civil government, public

Commander-in-chief within the ten FEMA/ GSA Regions apply with Petitioners'

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finance, legal due process, for which Petitioners seek a 28 USC 1651 Writ of

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Mandamus and Injunctive Equity relief for Accusers personal damage caused by

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malicious breach of contract by repeal of the 1933 Glass Steagall Act protective

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firewall and refusal of the Courts to provide mandated relief under 50 USC App.

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32 with 50 USC App;. 17 authority?

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F. Under the concurrent emergencies, does the present Military Government mis-

represent the martial process in the court system with use of the fringe flag?

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CONCLUSION

Based upon the foregoing and exhibits annexed, notwithstanding whether we have

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a National Emergency defacto martial process or have a dejure civilian due

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process, a private national Citizen with a properly registered non-combatant status

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is entitled to postliminy relief for return of personal property guaranteed by the

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Bill of Rights; and in that Petitioners having not sought this relief from this Court

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before and have expended their remedies below against the fraud and conspiracy,

have damage to their fundamental personal rights, and because time is of the
essence with irreparable harm Petitioners are entitled to the above relief sought
along with different and other relief the court deems necessary.
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STATEOFNEWYORK )
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criminal investigation is warranted by


the US Army provost for the arbitrary
and collusive illegal use of goveinment
securities by commingling of the special
trust funds securing the public debt as a
willful misprision of treason to aid and
abet the enemies of the United States
under the National Emergency or time of
war that takes private property and
infringes personal rights otherwise to be
protected by those named public officers
and others directly under the authority of
the de facto Commander-in-chief
POTUS, the usurper, and that time is of
the essence with irreparable harm; and
Affirmant knows the contents
thereof apply to me by misapplication
and administration of laws and that the
same is true to my own knowledge,
except as to the matters therein stated to
be alleged on information and belief,
and as to those matters I believe it to be
true, am available for testimony. The
grounds of my beliefs as to all matters
not stated upon information and belief
are as follows: 3rd p es"') books and
ec-<Jm.S, and personal o edge.

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I have read the foregoing Petition


and Appendix Pages filed for a Writ of
Mandamus under 28 USC 1651 and
related law including a declaratory
judgment on the duties of the Military
Government with provisions of US
Army Field Manual FM 41-10-62 during
the
ongoing
National
Banking
Emergency and related emergencies or
time of war under the 12 USC 95a
amended 50 USC App. 5b, and demand
a mandamus. of authorities to comply
with the Hague Convention and related
law to safeguard Petitioners' rights.
That a court of competent
jurisdiction provide postliminy relief to
. Petitioners pursuant to 50 USC App. 9
process are entitled to 50 USC App. 32
remedy provided by Congress under 50
USC App. 17; and that this affirmation
is in support of remand for perfecting
evidence at trial in the respective district
court with competent jurisdiction for
damage caused by the breach of contract
starting in 1999 due to the repeal of the
Glass- Steagall Act for commingling of
trust funds; and that a concurrent

Accordingly, I, Christopher Earl Strunk, being duly sworn, depose and say under penalty of perjury:

Christopher Earl Strunk in esse Sui juris


All Rights Reserved Without Prejudice

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Subscribed and Sworn to before me


This "'X<..-.;>:> day of April 20
BAR! LEPELSTAT
Notary Public, State of New York
No. 24 01LE4817472
Qualified in Kings County
Commission Expires January 31 ,20\1

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA)
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criminal investigation is warranted by


the US Army provost for the arbitrary
and collusive illegal use of government
securities by commingling of the special
trust funds securing the public debt as a
willful misprision of treason to aid and
abet the enemies of the United States
under the National Emergency or time of
war that takes private property and
infringes personal rights otherwise to be
protected by those named public officers
and others directly under the authority of
the de facto Commander-in-chief
POTUS, the usurper, and that time is of
the essence with irreparable harm; and
Affrrmant knows the contents
thereof apply to me by misapplication
and administration of laws and that the
same is true to my own knowledge,
except as to the matters therein stated to
be alleged on information and belief,
and as to those matters I believe it to be
true, am available for testimony. The
grounds of my beliefs as to all matters
not stated upon information and belief
are as follows: 3rct parties, books and
records, and personal knowledge.

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I have read the foregoing Petition


and Appendix Pages filed for a Writ of
Mandamus under 28 USC 1651 and
related law including a declaratory
judgment on the duties of the Military
Government with provisions of US
Army Field Manual FM 41-10-62 during
the
ongoing
National
Banking
Emergency and related emergencies or
time of war under the 12 USC 95a
amended 50 USC App. 5b, and demand
a mandamus of authorities to comply
with the Hague Convention and related
law to safeguard Petitioners' rights.
That a court of competent
jurisdiction provide postliminy relief to
Petitioners pursuant to 50 USC App. 9
process are entitled to 50 USC App. 32
remedy provided by Congress under 50
USC App. 17; and that this affirmation
is in support of remand for perfecting
evidence at trial in the respective district
court with competent jurisdiction for
damage caused by the breach of contract
starting in 1999 due to the repeal of the
Glass- Steagall Act for commingling of
trust funds; and that a concurrent

Accordingly, I, Eric Jon: Phelps, being duly sworn, depose and say under penalty of perjury:

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All Rights Reserved Without Prejudice

NOTAR IAL EA L
W illiam L. Hert zo g, No tary Public
M ye rstow n Bo ro, Lebanon Coun ty
My C~sslon Exp ires May 08 , 2017

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UNDER THE: HAGUE CONVENTION, UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD


MANUAL FOR CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS, UNIFORM

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APX-001

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FM 41-10-62 Page 17 - diagram for CIVIL AFFAIRS IN


TIME PHASES HOSTILITIES- PEACETIME:
RELATIONSHIP TO CIVIL GOVERNMENT (POLITICALECONOMIC-SOCIAL MATTERS)-A PRIMARY
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MILITARY SUPPORTED BY
OTHER DESIGNATED US AGENCIES

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APX-002

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18 Mar16 2nd Cir. ORDER Denying Motion to Reconsider 15-3199

Motion to reconsider 2nd Cir Order to Dismiss Appeal 15-3199 APX-004

10 Dec 15

2nd Cir. ORDER to Dismiss Appeal 15-3199

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Eric Jon Phelps Affidavit for 15-3199 re: FBI Special Agent

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APX-010
APX-011
APX-012

7 Nov 15

Motion for Time Extension to file in 15-3199

APX-019

29 Sep 15

ORDER to DISMISS Motion to Reconsider Case 15-cv-6817

APX-029

15 Oct 15

ERRATA Motion for Emergency Hearing of Appeal 15-3199

APX-044

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Exhibit

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15-3199 EMERGENCY MOTION APPENDIX

APX-056

7 Oct 15

Emergency Motion for Hearing Appeal from 15-cv-6817

APX-061

6 Oct 15

Notice of Appeal from dismissal of 15-cv-6817

APX-061

10 Sep 15

ORDER OF DISMISSAL of 15-cv-6817

26 Aug 15

M-49 ORDER to Deny Sealing (15-cv-6817)

6 Oct 15

Issues on Appeal for 15-3199

26 Aug 15

Federal Register listing of then Current National Emergencies

23 Apr 14

EXPRESS DEED IN TRUST TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

4 Mar 14

NYS SC Appellate Div 2nd JD DECISION and ORDER on MOTION 170416

6 Jan 14

Strunk Amicus support of NYS SC Civilian Due Process of Law re: 6500-2011

APX-087

9 Feb 16

Phelps Notice with Request to US Army Chief of Staff re Martial process

APX-101

26 Feb 16

Phelps Notice of Appeal from order of MDPA 15-cv2328

APX-103

27 Jan 16

MEMORANDUM denying Motion to Reconsider Order of MDPA 15-cv-2328

APX-104

20 Jan 16

Phelps Motion to Reconsider Order to Dismiss of MDPA 15-cv-2328

APX-108

8 Jan 16

MEMORANDUM dismissing Amended Complaint of MDPA 15-cv-2328

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APX-069
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ORDER to Dismiss Complaint without prejudice in MDPA 15-cv-2328

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APPELLANT'S AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF RECONSIDERATION


OF THE ORDER GRANTING THE SUMMARY AFFIRMATION IN LIEU
OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR EXPEDITED HEARING OF
APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH
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15-3199

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

I, Christopher Earl Strunk, Complainant Beneficiary among the Posterity of Pre-

CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK

1933 Private American National Citizens of the United States (the Posterity Class)

Plaintiff / Appellant

and sole beneficiary agent attorney in fact, the Undersigned, for Business Trust

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vs.

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pending and germane ("NAME", Plaintiff / Appellant), states and declares under

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penalty of perjury that the following is true and correct under 28 USC 1746:

Defendants / Appellees.
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APPELLANT'S AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF RECONSIDERATION
OF THE ORDER GRANTING THE SUMMARY AFFIRMATION IN LIEU
OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR EXPEDITED HEARING OF
APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH
IRREPARABLE HARM TO STATUS QUO AND PROPERTY
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Summary Affirmance (see Exhibit A) absent a legal basis under rules must favor
Declaratory equity relief from ongoing irreparable harm. Undersigned restates that
this action poses a 28 USC 1331 "Federal Question" rather than a 28 USC 1346
action that would improperly cast the U.S. as Defendant. When Undersigned began

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Appeal taken from the 10 September 2015 sua sponte Order to Dismiss the
Complaint filed 27 August 2015 and denying the Motion to Rehear the Order
"M-49"; and the Order of 29 September 2015 denying the Motion to Reconsider
the Order to Dismiss with Demand for Disqualification of J. PAUL OETKEN
USDJ in USDC SDNY 15-cv-6817

This motion is for reconsideration of the Order granting the Defendants'

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this matter made public initially, this case of original impression would result in
the Judges circling the wagons to defend prior decisions implicated by an
imprudent public decision with use of 50 USC App. 9 and 17 accordingly.

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Christopher Earl Strunk, in esse Sui juris Complainant Beneficiary


and agent attorney in fact for
CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK Plaintiff/Appellant
c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102
Brooklyn, NY Zip code excepted [11217]
Ph: 718-414-3760 Email suretynomore@gmail.com

this action for the benefit of his clients, Undersigned made it quite clear that were

The Federal Question requires that any settlement in the interim be heard
under seal using 28 USC 652d with 12 USC 95a : 50 USC App. 5b; and voil not
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Organization CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK with trademark registration

ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
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Co. Ltd. Court Docket Number: 3:12-cr-00268-RNC, Undersigned is Amicus in

crime accomplished by agents of the Red Chinese with the 1999 Gramm-Leach-

9th Circuit AM TRUST v UBS AG, Appeal No. 15-15343, that proves the broader

Bliley Act repeal of much of the Glass-Steagall Act, a.k.a. the Banking Act of 1933

looting theft machination is of DTCC for the Knights of Malta not just the named

(48 Stat. 162), Oetken enabled merging of Commercial with Investment Bank /

trader shills within the DTCC's Self Regulated Organization(s) (SRO) monopoly

Red Chinese looting of up till then safely separated private trusts with all of the

structure that rightfully should be on trial but immune from RICO provisions.

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to be disappointed, true to form just as Judge Oetken is a material witness to the

The U.S. Government officials and this Panel favor continuation of

used in the decennial percapita NAMES in commerce as collateral guarantee for

undisclosed Trade Secret used by DTCC Etal., choose to infringe Undersigned's


1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 13th Amendment rights otherwise guaranteed exclusively to

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the National debt since 1933 rather than constitutional money per se, and that the

a Section 1, 14th Amendment private national citizen of the United States; and

investigation of the 2008 DTCC's crafted so-called Derivative / Mortgage collapse

theft was discovered by the FBI Senior Special Agent (see Exhibit B) that the

that the Panel and US Attorneys act in furtherance of the involuntary servitude
indenture to the debt collateral under the present set of national emergencies

underlying the very risky investment derivatives are used after 1999 by DTCC

(shown at APX-33 thru APX-37) annually renewed by the temporary Military

Etal. with the perpetrators now also protected by this Panel, the Office of US

Government commander-in-chief, as usurper must be kept in place for DTCC

Attorney Etal. along with its Jesuit co-adjutor Judge Raymond Joseph Lohier,

operations, is criminally shielded by Officers of the United States despite due

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Southern District of New York diligently worked to blame the Wall Street / DTCC

notice to hundreds of Government Officials obligated to act under 18 USC 2381


thru 18 USC 2390 remain silent. Some of the charges against the temporary
Military Government commander-in-chief of occupation are well specified with

Knights of Malta competition running the show. Further, in the London Interbank

court admissible evidence in the Bill of Impeachment (1) prepared by the North

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mortgage collapse and collateral schemes on several "Jews" rather than the DTCC /

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in Washington DC etc. as herein SDNY's United States v. UBS Securities Japan


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of Impeachment with: ARTICLE 1 Usurpation of the Oval Office via criminal identity
fraud; ARTICLE 2 - Malfeasance, misconduct and abuse of the Oval Office; ARTICLE 3 Aiding and Abetting known enemies of the United States

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names registered in commerce including Undersigned's property as is historically

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the more than $130 billion in taxes collected by all governments that consisted

described under 18 USC 2381 thru 18 USC 2390, and has infringement of Human

primarily of taxes on the issuance and transfer of corporate stocks and bonds, on

Rights implications protected under the Hague Convention used herein (2). This

real estate transfers and on mortgages.

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American Law Center (see Exhibit C); and all of which includes high crimes

The New York State registered Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation

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national security matter is gravely urgent and will not be heard in the complicit

(DTCC) is a Holding Company that owns, controls and supports 6 primary wholly

Administrative forum of the Supreme Court of the United States.

owned Operating Subsidiaries that carry out their orders, to insure the ever

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Up until 1965 Undersigned received a certificate of stock ownership and

increasing reach and control of the DTCC insulated from scrutiny; subsidiaries are:

created for DTCC and its subsidiaries' that by unregulated fee skimming replaced
the Federal and State Governments as a result of the Congressional repeal of the

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documentary taxes, which up until then annually contributed some $300 million of


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Annex to the Convention (HAGUE, II of 29 July 1899 by Entry into Force: 4 September 1900)
REGULATIONS RESPECTING THE LAWS AND CUSTOMS OF WAR ON LAND [Done at The
Hague 18 October 1907, in a single copy, which shall remain deposited in the archives of the
Netherlands Government, for Powers invited to the Second Peace Conference]

SECTION III MILITARY AUTHORITY OVER THE TERRITORY OF THE HOSTILE STATE

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Art. 42. Territory is considered occupied when it is actually placed under the authority of the hostile
army. The occupation extends only to the territory where such authority has been established and can
be exercised.
Art. 43. The authority of the legitimate power having in fact passed into the hands of the occupant,
the latter shall take all the measures in his power to restore, and ensure, as far as possible, public
order and safety, while respecting, unless absolutely prevented, the laws in force in the country.
Art. 45. It is forbidden to compel the inhabitants of occupied territory to swear allegiance to the
hostile Power.
Art. 46. Family honour and rights, the lives of persons, and private property, as well as religious
convictions and practice, must be respected. Private property cannot be confiscated.
Art. 51. No contribution shall be collected except under a written order, and on the responsibility of
a commander-in-chief. The collection of the said contribution shall only be effected as far as possible
in accordance with the rules of assessment and incidence of the taxes in force. For every contribution
a receipt shall be given to the contributors.

a. Depository Trust Company (DTC) (3)


b. National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) (4)
c. Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (FICC) (5)
d. DTCC Solutions, L.L.C.
e. DTCC Deriv/SERV, L.L.C.
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Lohier, who are all now deprived of beneficial ownership in favor of the cash flow


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In 1983, the Depository Trust Company was given Self Regulating Organization status by the
Securities & Exchange Commission, and was one of the acts by the SEC that paved the way for
Wall Street to go black and continue withholding from the Public the reality of the risks posed to
the Public by the Wall Street system.

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The National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) is a subsidiary of the DTCC and is an
SRO; and as such all Securities Trading in the United States is effectively controlled by the
DTCC. The NSCC clears and settles virtually all Broker To Broker equity, corporate bond and
municipal bond trades in the United States. All Securities in the United States, without the Public
knowing it, are traded between Broker Dealers before the Public has an opportunity to purchase
ANYTHING. The NSCC was incorporated in 1976 to work in tandem with the DTC to
consolidate and handle the clearing and settlement of both Listed and Over The Counter
Securities transactions. This means that these 2 DTCC organizations clear and control all
Securities transactions in the United States; and represents a true Monopoly that has been granted
immunity from prosecution under parts of US Antitrust laws by the US Supreme Court.

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The Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (FICC), a subsidiary of the DTCC, is an SRO and
contains 2 wholly owned divisions: The first is called the Government Securities Clearing
Corporation (GSCC) and is a Self Regulating Organization; and the second is called the
Mortgage Backed Securities Division (MBSD). And as of May, 2010, the MBSD applied to the
SEC to become a Central Counter Party Servicer which then positions the MBSD to be classified
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dividends on investments as would Judges Leval and Cabranes, unlike Judge

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a. Natural persons trading on the floor.


b. The associated Brokerage Firm that employs the floor trader.
c. Any Broker or Dealer who agrees to be regulated and follow the rules.
d. Any Broker or Dealer with whom the Exchange or Association undertakes
to enforce compliance with the provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934, the Rules and Regulations thereof and the Rules of the Exchange.

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Stocks, Municipal Bonds, Derivatives, Government Securities and Residential

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Mortgage Backed Securities; and based on its massive trading volumes, the DTCC

The Federal Government endorses these rules and requires that all Broker
effectively controls the majority of all worldwide Securities Trading.

Dealers must follow these Self Generated and Self Regulated rules ONLY; and
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that The United States Supreme Court, in Credit Suisse First Boston vs Billing, 426
and sanctioned, monopolistic Stock Market controller in the United States and

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Financial SRO. In other words, a Government pardon has been given and

Congressional Policy to reduce the physical movement of Securities Certificates."

Commission determination that "Clearing Agencies... are essential to

immunity from State and Federal prosecution for crimes has been granted to these
SROs; that in the wake of the Market Crash of 1929, SROs were given the

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Similarly to the Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) Clearing

authority to monitor their own compliance and were given the legal ability, with

Agencies use proprietary databases that the Public has no legal right to review or

economic incentives, to discipline their own noncompliant Members, in other

analyze the contents of these databases, and therefore, the Clearing Agency can

operate in the black.

words, SROs who operate with no external oversight, now control and decide if
any members are to be disciplined.

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The 2008 Mortgage / Derivatives crisis cryptically tells us this policy of

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into law by the President, requires all Security Broker Dealers to be Members of at
letting the foxes guard the henhouse was designed to fail from the outset; and that

least one (1) Self Regulating Organization (SRO), and this fact is confirmed by
SRO are responsible for developing and enforcing their own rules that govern the

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legal relationship between SRO Members and their Public customers as SRO are

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F3d 130 (2nd Circuit 2005), granted Antitrust law compliance exemption to ALL

most of the World; and flowing from the June, 1980 Securities & Exchange

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The Federal Government per se as a temporary Military Government under

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Market." The Depository Trust Company claims its authority to operate as an SRO

12 USC 95a : 50 USC App. 5b during the continuing national emergencies

passing legislation which grants powerful people and entities to operate, to the

annually renewed cannot survive without the support of the DTCC's Federal

detriment of the American people, without oversight or the fear of prosecution (6).

Reserve as a privately owned and controlled financial entity operating under

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under 15 USC Section 78q1, is another example of the Federal Government

The DTCC Global Trading Repository serves as the industries preferred

regulations established by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury approved by the

temporary Military Government's Commander-in-chief POTUS (9).

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provider for Global Over The Counter Derivatives reporting, and therefore, the
DTCC becomes an unnamed Co Conspirator in any Racketeering (7).
The Mortgage / Derivatives Crisis of 2008 was directly caused by the

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owned and controlled by Cede & Co., as the sole Registered Shareholder, through
its parent holding company the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (10).
The refusal of this Court (and the predecessor District Court) to properly

and it now appears very likely that much of the mortgage related information

improper and illegal use of Credit Default Swaps and Interest Rate Derivatives;

caption this case as defined by Complainant (wherein the Court stylizes

black by the DTCC, its Global Trading Repository and its Subsidiaries (8), in the

Complainant as a Posterit of pre-1993 Private American..." as opposed to a

Economic Collapse in Europe was caused by the use of Equity Derivatives, and i.e.

"Posterity of pre-1933 Private American) illustrates: a) the inability of the jurists

DTCC is the first organization to receive regulatory approval in Japan to establish

to comprehend the continuing State of Emergency and corresponding temporary

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homeowner's have been attempting to find all along has been being held in the

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a Trade Depository Bank; and therefore, DTCC determines who trades with Japan.

On June 9, 2009, Larry Thompson, the then General Counsel and Managing Director of the
Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, urged Congress to make the DTCC the Mandatory Sole
Depositor and SRO for all Over The Counter Derivative Trading; and in 2008, the Over The Counter
Derivatives market had transaction revenues of almost $700 Trillion.

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the DTCC Global Trading Repository holds data on more than 98% of Credit Default Swaps, 70%
of Interest Rate Derivatives and 60% of Equity Derivatives traded Globally.

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As those of us (Undersigned with Carl E. Person Esq.) attempting to locate and acquire mortgage
documents have apparently been looking in the wrong place and have allowed many of the major
participants in the RICO Fraud to remain thus far untouched by Federal litigation;


However, the Federal Government does not control the DTCC's Federal Reserve, because by
design of the per capita collaterized debt structure the Federal Reserve controls the Federal
Government for the DTCC that in effect controls the Federal Government by controlling ALL the
money consumed by the Federal Government.

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Cede & Co. is the Nominee of the Depository Trust Company through which Cede & Co.
becomes the sole Registered Shareholder of all companies trading securities on Wall Street, and the
Depository Trust Company is a Member of the Federal Reserve, with its parent holding company
being the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, that is by far the largest and singularly most
powerful Member of the Federal Reserve. Therefore, DTCC, through its subsidiaries ACTUALLY
owns the 12 Member Banks of the Federal Reserve, and DTCC is at the apex of the control pyramid
that according to the most recent reports as of the end of 2012, DTCC settled $1.88 Quadrillion in
annual Securities Transactions, ie. $1.88 Quadrillion in Annual Settlements is equivalent to
purchasing the entire United States General Domestic Product every 3 days.
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APPELLANT'S AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF RECONSIDERATION


OF THE ORDER GRANTING THE SUMMARY AFFIRMATION IN LIEU
OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR EXPEDITED HEARING OF
APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH
IRREPARABLE HARM TO STATUS QUO AND PROPERTY


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OF THE ORDER GRANTING THE SUMMARY AFFIRMATION IN LIEU
OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR EXPEDITED HEARING OF
APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH
IRREPARABLE HARM TO STATUS QUO AND PROPERTY


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OF THE ORDER GRANTING THE SUMMARY AFFIRMATION IN LIEU
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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

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Plaintiff / Appellant
vs.
ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,
JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

Defendants / Appellees.
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"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WITNESS PROTECTIVE ORDER
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Appeal taken from the 10 September 2015 sua sponte Order to Dismiss the
Complaint filed 27 August 2015 and denying the Motion to Rehear the Order
"M-49"; and the Order of 29 September 2015 denying the Motion to Reconsider
the Order to Dismiss with Demand for Disqualification of J. PAUL OETKEN
USDJ in USDC SDNY 15-cv-6817
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Christopher Earl Strunk, Complainant Beneficiary and agent attorney in fact for
CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK Appellant
c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102
Brooklyn, NY Zip code excepted [11217]
Ph: 718-414-3760 Email suretynomore@gmail.com
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JUDGMENT ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH IRREPARABLE HARM

1933 Private American National Citizens of the United States ("the Posterity") and

TO STATUS QUO AND PROPERTY, with Local Rule 27 for FRCvP Rules 57,

sole beneficiary agent

attorney in fact, the Undersigned, for Business Trust

60, 65(a)(b), as done with 28 CFR 0.47 to the Office of Alien Property at the

Organization CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK with trademark registration

Civil Division of the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of

pending and germane ("NAME", Plaintiff / Appellant), states and declares under

New York as applies to both Complainant and Plaintiff demands of Trustees of the

penalty of perjury that the following is true and correct under 28 USC 1746:

private special trusts for return of personal property with accounting as a banking

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I, Christopher Earl Strunk, Complainant Beneficiary among the Posterity of Pre-

matter using 50 USC App. Sections 9, 17, 32, 33 and related law under 12 USC

This is Undersigned's Affirmation in support of the "T-1080" MOTION FOR

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95(a): 50 USC App. 5(b) with Executive Orders 2039 and 2040 (EBRA amended

Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26, and as for FRApP Rule 27 to

TWEA), as Undersigned is a registered private national citizen of the United States

TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending Emergency

of America / non-combatant defined by the Hague Convention under the time of


war or emergency for the temporary Military Government (TMG) Trustees

BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA II (see Exhibit A) as untimely and containing

maintained with no less than 39 annual ongoing emergencies that hold legal title to

scandalous material introduced without evidence, and to Strike the 27 October

business trust transmitting utility CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK property

2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN (see Exhibit B) as an untimely joinder

pending trademark registration; and Undersigned requests a Preliminary Injunction

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of Undersigned's intent to file this motion (see Exhibit C).

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by the Court to seal this action and for the Chief of the Civil Division to respond
to the demand for 28 USC 2201- 2202 declaratory judgment(s) on the law and
facts to establish obligations of parties for return of personal property (inter alia
clear title to the NAME in commerce be removed from commingled bundle) with
accounting for NAME irreparable harm to status quo caused by Defendants /
Appellees Trustee(s)' breach of fiduciary duty with conversion and constructive
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4. That Undersigned contends and strongly believes that ONLY Almighty God

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fraud; and requires this motion and appeal be heard by senior judges of majority

is sovereign, no human being can be sovereign, and notwithstanding the ongoing

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age accrued by 6 January 1973 for the US Senate Report 93-549 authorization.

existence of the temporary Military Government occupying the conquered territory

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of the once sovereign people of the United States of America since 4 March 1933,

filed by 10 days after service of the Motion being 3 days plus 10 days or at best

that no Public or Private US Citizen may be in good standing per se without being

exclusive of the day of filing due by 24 October 2015, and or at least a procedural

grateful to the human rights given directly from Almighty God to each human

effort to extend the time that was not done by the attorneys for any Appellees.

being, and that are not given by any government or person.

2. At no time did Judge OETKEN in either Order use the term or even imply

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that Complainant claimed to be a "Sovereign Citizen" or even implied as used by

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largely based on a variation of the 'sovereign citizen' theory, a theory courts have

the US Attorney a page 4 of Exhibit A that quote "Strunk's claims appear to be

standing per se without belief in almighty God per se, as the foundation of our

revolution, and or even serve in the free Federal or State(s) government


employment as implied by The Communist Control Act (68 Stat. 775, 50 U.S.C.

repeatedly rejected as frivolous." as is again repeated at Exhibit A pages 5, 6 and 7

841-844) that is a piece of United States federal legislation, signed into law by

without any supporting evidence for such outrageous allegations.

President Dwight Eisenhower on 24 August 1954, by which it outlawed the

3. Procedurally under FRApP Rule 27(a)(4) requires that a reply be filed by 7

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exclusive of the day of filing due by 3 November 2015, and or at least a procedural

effort to extend the time as done herein by Undersigned were the response by

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Appellees to stand as filed to a Appellant reply date of say 7 November 2015 and

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or Appellant response to the additional motion until 7 November 2015.

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Communist Party of the United States and criminalized membership in, or support
for the Party or "Communist-action" organizations and defined evidence to be
considered by a jury in determining participation in the activities, planning,
actions, objectives, or purposes of such organizations accordingly still applicable
as the Supreme Court of the United States has never rejected the act's
constitutionality with its application to government employment. Despite that, no
administration has tried to enforce it. The provisions of the act "outlawing" the
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America. I am not nor have I ever been a Communist as my FBI records prove.

exist in the 21st century along with non enforcement of socialist / communist

Undersigned is not nor has ever been a Freemason or member of a secret society

Godless sedition and treason - a religion that worships government power not God.

advocating opposition to Almighty God and or the overthrow of a government that

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party have not been repealed and the Communist Party of the USA continues to

6. The State of New York Constitution, notwithstanding being a conquered

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must only serve the people who are exclusively under God.
8. That Undersigned is not frivolous in the Complaint and or Motion requesting

states quote: "We The People of the State of New York, grateful to Almighty God

a declaratory judgment and furthermore offers the Affirmation of Eric Jon Phelps

for our Freedom, in order to secure its blessings, DO ESTABLISH THIS

dated 4 November 2015 in support of a closed hearing of the facts in the matter of

CONSTITUTION." and that even the cynic amongst us in the business community

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the ongoing theft in support of the Complaint causes of action (see Exhibit D).

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vicarious liability without acts of God per se - so any sane person embraces God.

embraces Almighty God if for no other reason for not to do so would establish

States resident in the New York State embraces his Civil Rights Law as guaranteed
in Article 2 " 2. Supreme sovereignty in the people. No authority can, on any

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or shall be derived from and granted by the people of this state." and to even imply

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that Undersigned is in anyway so mentally imbalanced to claim to be "God" even

in the Gnostic sense or worse yet sovereign per se is blasphemy against Almighty

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God and any allegation of Gnostic sovereignty is a disparaging libelous defamation

" In my October class of 2014, a student was present that had been an FBI agent
for over thirty years. The agent confided to me in confidence that as a result of
the 2008 mortgage crisis, he/she was assigned to conduct an investigation as to
the collateral of all derivatives traded on the Stock Market. It was discovered
that the collateral, the source of all credit extension to the major banks, were
private, Treasury trust fund accounts represented by the Certificates of Live
Births filed with the fifty states and Washington, D.C.
"Shocked and aghast, he/she reported this discovery to his/her superiors. Sadly,
he/she was told that it would be in the FBIs best interest for he/her to resign.
Further, he/she was warned that he/she spoke about this to anyone, he/she
would be destroyed by ceaseless litigation and maybe subjected to harassing
criminal prosecution.
"Upon privately revealing this event to me the agent gave me terms. He/she
made it crystal clear that in no way shall he/she publicly testify to these facts in
any public arena. So, in honoring my promise to the agent, I shall not break my
trust by disclosing his/her name. However, I will testify concerning the above
event in any arena..."

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and by implication that somehow Undersigned practices sedition and treason

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territory presently under the temporary Military Government, in the preamble

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10.That a witness protective order is warranted based upon the threat of

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intimidation expressed in Exhibit D were the court to order a closed hearing for
taking testimony in the matter of the ongoing theft and wrongful use of his and his

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clients creditworthiness such hearing would require the issuance of Subpoenas

ordering testimony and the production of documents and is the only way that

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Undersigned may face his accusers with cross examined testimony and discovery

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11.That for the record Undersigned knows that all banking transactions are

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12.That on or about 29 October 2015 Undersigned received a mailing at 593

agencies per se - everything dealing with legal tender is transacted in private.

private and there are no Public accounts per se even for government(s) and their

Vanderbilt Avenue PMB 281 Brooklyn New York addressed to ROBERT

DRUSKIN (see Exhibit E), and such mail remains with Undersigned unopened for

instruction by the Court.

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Executive Officer / Trustee of the DTCC not individually.

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13. As a matter of public record Mr. Druskin is being sued as the Chief

14. Mr. Druskin is officially approved to hold that office as duly licensed with

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the trustee and fiduciary to handle and oversee securities / equities and the

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FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
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"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WTINESS PROTECTIVE ORDER

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FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

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vs.
ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,
JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

Defendants / Appellees.
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"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WTINESS PROTECTIVE ORDER
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Plaintiff / Appellant

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11/5/2015

Gmail - Notice of intent to file a T1080 motion to strike in Appeal Case 15-3199

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Christopher Strunk <suretynomore@gmail.com>

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Notice of intent to file a T1080 motion to strike in Appeal Case 15-3199


Christopher Strunk <suretynomore@gmail.com>
Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 5:18 PM
To: USANYS.SDNYWebmaster@usdoj.gov, Ifensterstock@velaw.com, lelbaum@velaw.corn,
benjamin.torrance@usdoj.gov

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Undersigned agent for Plaintiff/ Appellant in the above referenced
Appeal, provides notice of intent to file a"T1080" emergency motion to strike the Emergency Motion dated 26
October 2015 filed by Assistant US Attorneys; that by their libel actions they have defamed Undersigned's good
name with accusations of blasphemy as to God and country; and reveals their malicious use of what must be
characterized as an exclusionary diagnosis done with no facts supporting the allegation despite published proof
to the contrary e.g. that somehow the Undersigned is a practicing "Sovereign Citizen".

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Defendants / Appellees.
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"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WTINESS PROTECTIVE ORDER

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Dated: November 5, 2015


Brooklyn New York

//s/
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Christopher Earl Strunk in esse Sui juris Beneficiary Agent and
Attorney in fact for CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK

All Rights Reserved Without Prejudice


-CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK
315 Flatbush Avenue - #102 Brooklyn NY 11217
suretynomore@gmail.com 718-414-3760

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Undersigned considers the details of the 26 October 2015 motion by the US Attorney and agents' an
egregious aspersion and lazy legal practice a Gas lighting group stalking fraud upon the court that not only
conceals an ongoing crime, but is designed to suppress speech and religious freedom with substantive
fundamental infringement of Undersigned's God given human rights that inflicts harm upon his clients and that
must be permanently barred from judicial practice.

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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

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Exhibit C
https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=a479fd9275&view=pt&search=inbox&msg=150d9ba6c2ef437a&siml=150d9ba6c2ef437a

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
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CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK

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Defendants / Appellees.
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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WTINESS PROTECTIVE ORDER

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Exhibit D

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
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CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK

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Defendants / Appellees.
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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

"T-1080" MOTION FOR TIME EXTENSION until 7 November 2015 to reply for the pending
Emergency Motion filed 11 October 2015 under FRApP Rule 26 and as for FRApP Rule 27 to
STRIKE the 26 October 2015 Motion of JOHN KOSKINEN, JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK
HUSSEIN OBAMA II as untimely and containing scandalous material introduced without
evidence, and to STRIKE the 27 October 2015 motion of ROBERT DRUSKIN as an untimely
joinder without evidence and a WTINESS PROTECTIVE ORDER

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Case 15-3199, Document 14, 10/15/2015, 1619863, Page1 of 1

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND NOTICE OF APPEARANCE


Short Title: Strunk v. Druskin

Docket No.: 15-3199

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Lead Counsel of Record (name/firm) or Pro se Party (name): Benjamin H. Torrance/United States Attorney's Office
Appearance for (party/designation): John Koskinen, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service; Jacob Joseph Lew, Secretary of the United States

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Department of Treasury; Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States of America / Defendants-Appellees

DOCKET SHEET ACKNOWLEDGMENT/AMENDMENTS

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Caption as indicated is:


( ) Correct
( ) Incorrect. See attached caption page with corrections.

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Name:
Firm:
Address:
Telephone:
Email:

Fax:

RELATED CASES
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) This case has not been before this Court previously.


) This case has been before this Court previously. The short title, docket number, and citation are:

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Contact Information for Lead Counsel/Pro Se Party is:


( ) Correct
( ) Incorrect or Incomplete, and should be amended as follows:

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Appellate Designation is:


( ) Correct
( ) Incorrect. The following parties do not wish to participate in this appeal:
Parties:
( ) Incorrect. Please change the following parties designations:
Party
Correct Designation

( ) Matters related to this appeal or involving the same issue have been or presently are before this Court. The short titles,
docket numbers, and citations are:

CERTIFICATION
I certify that ( ) I am admitted to practice in this Court and, if required by LR 46.1(a)(2), have renewed my admission on
January 5, 2015
OR that ( ) I applied for admission on
or renewal on
. If the Court has not yet admitted me or approved my renewal, I have completed Addendum A.
Signature of Lead Counsel of Record: /s/ Benjamin H. Torrance
Type or Print Name: Benjamin H. Torrance
OR
Signature of pro se litigant:
Type or Print Name:
( ) I am a pro se litigant who is not an attorney.
( ) I am an incarcerated pro se litigant.

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS


FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT

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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,


JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN
OBAMA II,

AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR


EXPEDITED HEARING OF APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH
PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
ON LAW AND PARTY STATUS WITH IRREPARABLE HARM TO
STATUS QUO AND PROPERTY
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Appeal taken from the 10 September 2015 sua sponte Order to Dismiss the
Complaint filed 27 August 2015 and denying the Motion to Rehear the Order
"M-49"; and the Order of 29 September 2015 denying the Motion to Reconsider
the Order to Dismiss with Demand for Disqualification of J. PAUL OETKEN
USDJ in USDC SDNY 15-cv-6817
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vs.

Defendants / Appellees.
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Christopher Earl Strunk, Complainant Beneficiary


and agent attorney in fact for
CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK Appellant
c/o 315 Flatbush Avenue - PMB 102
Brooklyn, NY Zip code excepted [11238]
Ph: 718-414-3760 Email suretynomore@gmail.com

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CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK

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the United States of America / non-combatant defined by the Hague Convention

1933 Private American National Citizens of the United States ("the Posterity") and

under the time of war or emergency for the temporary Military Government

sole beneficiary agent

attorney in fact, the Undersigned, for Business Trust

(TMG) Trustees maintained with no less than 39 annual ongoing emergencies (see

Organization CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK with trademark registration

the current summary APX-033 thru APX-037) that hold legal title to business

pending and germane ("NAME", Plaintiff / Appellant), states and declares under

trust transmitting utility CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK property pending

penalty of perjury that the following is true and correct under 28 USC 1746:

trademark registration; and Undersigned requests a Preliminary Injunction by the

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I, Christopher Earl Strunk, Complainant Beneficiary among the Posterity of Pre-

Court to seal this action and for the Chief of the Civil Division to respond to the
demand for 28 USC 2201- 2202 declaratory judgment(s) on the law and facts to

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Undersigned's Affirmation IN SUPPORT OF THE EMERGENCY MOTION FOR

establish obligations of parties for return of personal property (inter alia clear title

INJUNCTION PENDING DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ON LAW AND

EXPEDITED HEARING OF APPEAL UNDER SEAL WITH PRELIMINARY

to the NAME in commerce be removed from commingled bundle) with accounting


for NAME irreparable harm to status quo caused by Defendants / Appellees

PROPERTY, with Local Rule 27 for FRCvP Rules 57, 60, 65(a)(b), follows prior

Trustee(s)' breach of fiduciary duty with conversion and constructive fraud; and

notice of intent (see APX-004) as done with 28 CFR 0.47 to the Office of Alien

requires this motion and appeal be heard by senior judges of majority age accrued

Property at the Civil Division of the United States Attorney's Office for the

by 6 January 1973 for the US Senate Report 93-549 authorization.

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PARTY STATUS WITH IRREPARABLE HARM TO STATUS QUO AND

Southern District of New York as applies to both Complainant and Plaintiff

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FACTS
1. On October 6, 2015, Undersigned filed notice of appeal / preliminary appeal

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demands of Trustees of the private special trusts for return of personal property

statement (APX-007) for CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK Plaintiff, who

related law (see reprint of law APX-341 thru APX-386) under 12 USC 95(a): 50

hereby appeals from each and every part taken from the entered September 10,

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with accounting as a banking matter using 50 USC App. Sections 9, 17, 32, 33 and

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(EBRA amended TWEA), as Undersigned is a registered private national citizen of

2015 sua sponte Order to Dismiss (APX-11 thru APX-18) the Original Bill of
Complaint (Complaint) verified August 14, 2015 and then filed August 27, 2015

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business trust organization transmitting utility entity suitable for name Trademark

(APX-268 thru APX-328); and the Order of September 29, 2015 (APX-020)

registration in commerce, and then for the client to separately obtain an EIN

denying the Motion to Reconsider the Order to Dismiss with Demand for

account for use in banking.

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(APX-096 thru APX-404) and denying the Motion to Rehear the Order "M-49"

Disqualification of J. PAUL OETKEN USDJ (APX-045 thru APX-463).

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FACTS for Declaratory Judgment as to Temporary Military Government


4. Undersigned by way of the Complaint (see APX-096), Motions to Seal (see

filed for cause under 28 USC 1331 as a "Federal Question jurisdiction" for "890

APX-272) to Rehear (see APX-411) and Motion to Reconsider (see APX-045) has

Statutory Actions", e.g. a banking matter using 50 USC App. Sections 2(c), 9, 17,

in each requested a declaratory judgment under 28 USC 2201 and related law as
applies to the provision of Martial due process rather than Civilian due process

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32, 33 and related law under EBRA amended TWEA as the law of the land

during the time of war or emergency under EBRA amended TWEA, as applies

related law. As germane facts herein, the SDNY Clerk has yet to correct the

approved by Congress under 12 USC 95(b) (APX-136) and as for all current and

with Complainant's / Plaintiff's use of 50 USC Appendix 9a, with a 60 day


response deadline, and the Court's Jurisdiction under 50 USC Appendix 17, and

well as notice(s) to J. PAUL OETKEN USDJ that were and are ignored, all of

decision in the matter of Plaintiff's beneficiary agent status of the Posterity as to

which goes to proof of bias and or lacks judicial review competence herein- Judge

standing as a non-combatant during the annually renewed emergency or time of

OETKEN admits his inability stating the Complaint is "300 pages of legalese and

war; and the simple facts are:

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Caption of the Docket despite proper written notification (see APX-038), and as

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attachments" (APX-012) and then proceeds to misquote the caption and facts

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presented, further proving his incompetence.

3. Undersigned is a private contractor providing fee for services to client(s)

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then for each client; 2) to establish clear title with exclusive beneficial use of their

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amended TWEA brought the TWEA inland.


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ratification of POTUS and Secretary of the Treasury acts under 12 USC 95(a).
c.

As shown at APX-132 Executive Order 2039 created the perpetual private

trusts on March 6, 1933 mandate.

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As shown at APX-134 on March 9, 1933 the Congress enacted EBRA

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As shown at APX-133 Executive Order 2040 created the perpetual TMG on

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5. Undersigned provides fee service in good faith based upon information and

March 9, 1933 mandate.

belief that the United States is, has been and remains continuously for over 82

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As shown at APX-138 Foreword of the US Senate Report 93-549 as to the

years under a TMG of the EBRA amended TWEA and related law. Undersigneds

f.

reliance on this information and belief

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TMG under national emergency (1).


As shown at APX-141 Report Introduction of the US Senate Report 93-549

(5)

was confirmed by Order of the New

York State Appellate Division for the Second Department on 4 March 2014, the

POWERS NOW IN FORCE" (2).

81st anniversary of the 4 March 1933 inauguration of

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Proclamation #2039, wherein the country remains under a TMG and the State

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As shown at APX-165 as a result of the recommendation in Senate Report

courts that sit in temporary martial authority are not able to provide "Civilian due

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national emergency as long as it is annually renewed (3).

93-549 , Congress enacted PUBLIC LAW 94-412- on SEPT. 14. 1976 - 90 STAT.
1255 and therein kept the provisions of EBRA amended TWEA continuing

FDR and of FDRs

Process of Law." (see APX-463).


6. J. PAUL OETKEN USDJ reviewed the PDF of the un-redacted portions of

And by reference, Undersigned includes every(4) annually renewed time of

the Complaint shown both at Exhibit B and D as to the status of Undersigned as

war or emergency including the notice of September 10, 2015 (APX-459) along

well as every client shown as attachment 2 through 20; and doing so ordered the

with the summary of active concurrent National Emergencies from October 2014

clerk to return the PDF / CD shown after Docket entry 4 on September 14, 2015.

h.

7. That the facts on which the State Court Appellate Order shown as APX-463,

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"This vast range of powers, taken together, confer enough authority to rule the country without
reference to normal Constitutional process."
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"A majority of the people of the United States have lived all of their lives under emergency rule."
3
" Sec. 502. (a) The provisions of the Act shall not apply to the following provisions of law, the
powers and authorities conferred thereby, and action taken thereunder: Section 5(b) of the Act of
October 6, 1917, as amended (12 U.S.C. 95a: 50 U.S.C. App. 5(b);"
4
12 USC 95(b) : "actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders and proclamations heretofore or
hereafter taken, promulgated, made, or issued by the President of the United States or the
Secretary of the Treasury since March 4. 1933, pursuant to the authority conferred by section 95a
of this title, are approved and confirmed "


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That an active FBI agent "whistleblower" (whose identity remains secret) verifies the

existence and use of certificate bundles and the name would only be given in Chambers under
the protection of the Court under seal.
That Undersigned is assured by a high level experienced Federal Reserve Bank system
expert that the Private Trust(s) (where each such trust relationship is established upon receipt of
the Writ of Birth or Birth Registration, although such trusts are subsequently bundled or
commingled) exist and are safeguarded.
That Undersigned on the other hand was told by market analysis expert Rob Kirby that
there is a likelihood since 2001 as a result of the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act that combining the
Private Trust(s) added risks associated with the Exchange Stabilization Fund and the Private
Trusts underlying United States Securities are being looted and requires a forensic accounting.

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in "A BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE ORIGINS OF EMERGENCY

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Public U.S. citizenship, enables the constitutional de jure jurisdiction of the

Appellate Division four judge panel, and to which any order of this court must

United States to be legally replaced with a statutory de facto jurisdiction of the

admit or deny, are the following historical facts regarding de jure Posterity status:

United States.

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as presented to Judge OETKEN, were also presented to the New York State

e. Further, this overthrow of both de jure Posterity at Common Law and its

Constitution is broadened into national citizenship by Section 1 of the 14th

counterpart, the de jure jurisdiction of the United States at Common Law,

Amendment to the same United States Constitution (Section 1, 14th Amendment),

enables the use of the de facto Emergency War Powers American Congressnow

reducing the liberties of Posterity by imposing a State-created, statutory, de facto

possessing the unlimited legislative powers of an English Parliamentto wield

Public U.S. citizenship.

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absolute legislative power over the de jure forty-eight sovereign states turned into

b. This de facto Public U.S. citizenship, in substance a privileged Roman

the United States on March 9, 1933.

c. On 4 March 1933 the civilian government exercising the constitutional, de


(7)

districts by the statutorily-created, de facto national TMG.


f. This unlimited, congressional power enables the de facto military
government to control by statute every facet of American life from the cradle to
the grave. for those who are Public U.S. Citizens.

, was overthrown and replaced with a

jure jurisdiction of the United States

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States (6) to be replaced with a Congressionally-created, statutory, de facto TMG of

citizenship, enables the constitutionally de jure civilian government of the United

de facto conquered territories ruled and administered as military administrative

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jurisdiction of the United States (8).

d. Further, legally replacing constitutional de jure Posterity with de facto


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g. This control includes the imposition of the building of a huge military


industrial complex while using their de facto Public U.S. citizens; to finance
and fight the wars to gain power over the governments of virtually all nations
while subsequently militarizing those conquered nations using the Federal Reserve
Bank currency.

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Having been constitutionally altered from being a de jure Federal government broadened to
a de jure National government by the 14th Amendment of 1868.
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the United States being the collective name of the states which are united by and under the
constitution, Hooven & Allison Co. v. Evatt, 324 U.S. 652, 672.
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(this United States being the territory over which the sovereignty of the United States
extends, Hooven & Allison Co. v. Evatt, supra, 671)

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a. Federal citizenship secured by Article IV, Section 2 of the United States

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to a de facto, extra-constitutional, Roman Civil Law
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presumption of fact that each individual Private U.S. Citizen is in contract with

would be adopted by the federal and state courts fitted for the new de facto Public

and enfranchised by the State or military district of his/her natural birth or

U.S. citizens living in the states deemed de facto conquered territories. and or

naturalization, thereby altering his/her constitutional, de jure Posterity conferred at

military administrative districts.

birth to a statutory, de facto Public U.S. citizenship upon the public filing of a

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, an alien and foreign martial due process

jurisdiction of the United States

i. Since these de facto Public U.S. citizens are in substance Roman citizens,

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unilateral contract, where the change in status enables the courts to dispose of his

and since these de facto conquered territories are in substance Roman provinces
under military rule, it is only fitting that the Roman/Public U.S. citizens should

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l. Further, such unilateral contract was the public filing of a Certificate of

be criminally and civilly subjected to a martial process imposed by their

Live Birth or "Naturalization Certificate". The American Certificate of Live

constitutionally-created civilian courts.

Birthby operation of lawis the contract which alters de jure Posterity to de


facto Public U.S. citizenship. With this presumption of fact of an existing

Counterclaim at Common Law Equity proving the accused to be a Private

contract held by every individual Public U.S. citizen, every court legally would

American Citizen and not a Roman Public U.S. citizen, would confer, in

sit in equity while enforcing the Statutes.

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j. This de facto martial process, if unchallenged by evidence presented in a

With this absolutist judicial

substance, martial in personam jurisdiction.

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jurisdiction limited only by decisions of the Supreme Court, the federal courts are

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in substance legislative courts and not Article III or equity courts.

k. These Emergency War Powers Courts enforce the sovereign will of the

m. This de facto status enables the courts to sit in legislative equity thereby
subverting the Common Law jurisdiction of the United States

States (Section 1, 14th Amendment).


n. Further, first the creation of a Legal Fiction, after which the imposition of

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(with its Common Law civilian due process and procedure secured by the Fifth Amendment,
the Seventh Amendment and section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment)
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(established by an amended Congressional war statute (1933), a Presidential Proclamation
(1933) and the subsequent abolition of Common Law rights and Common Law civilian due
process by the Supreme Court (1938))

judicial Equity, then opening the door to congressional/parliamentary, unlimited



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by rendering

ineffective any previous constitutional, de jure Private Citizenship of the United

Emergency War Powers Congress, while sitting in substantive equity operating




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(as per Section 1, 13th Amendment, and Section 1, 14th Amendment)


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matter under military process, criminal or civil.

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(12)

The legal foundation and substance for de facto overthrow of the

r. The true nature of the DATE OF FILING on the BIRTH CERTIFICATE, a

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Legislation.

unilateral contact under seal, is to commence the legal birth of the quasi-

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limited, constitutional, de jure jurisdiction of the United States is Legal Fiction.


o. The Legal Fiction, legally imposed by silent consent, was the public filing

corporate, artificial person/Public U.S. citizen created by all necessary legal


elements of a unilateral contract (14);

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of a Certificate of Live Birth, the Baptismal Certificate of every Public U.S.

s. The true nature of the DATE OF BIRTH of the baby named on the BIRTH

citizen. Hence, every Private American Citizen became Surety for his status of

CERTIFICATE or Naturalization per se is to commit the natural person/Private

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being a Public U.S. citizen.

American Citizen as Surety indenture transmitting utility for the state-created,


artificial person/Public U.S. citizen, both entities being legally wedded into one

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CERTIFICATE, NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE, is in fact a unilateral

legal entity, the hybrid Public U.S. citizen;


t. The BIRTH CERTIFICATE is a BUSINESS TRUST INSTRUMENT

false purpose being to aid in the Census as a means of identification in the

contract under seal, created and offered legally though deceitfully, its open-but-

recorded with the County Recorder and or State Registrar, a subsidiary of the

secret-but-true purpose being to rob We the People, including every individual

Secretary of State

of the Posterity, first of our sovereignty as a People, then our constitutionally-

Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C., placing the NAME of the Public

created status, and ultimately our lives, fortunes and sacred honor;

U.S. citizen into interstate and foreign world commerce as a statutory, legal

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documentation of a natural birth, as well as for health reasons and purposes; its

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q. The true purpose of the BIRTH CERTIFICATE, a unilateral contract under

Posterity born on soil to citizen parents of legal resident parents or Naturalized;


u. The Secretary of State (of the several states) charters corporations and issues

contract/quasi-contract first with the State of the babys natural birth and then

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(The philosophic parallel to this formula is Substance, Mode and Circumstance.)


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(the BIRTH CERTIFICATES being recorded by the Department of Commerce and related
agencies then to serve as collateral securities for the national debt)

franchises, therefore, any natural born citizen/Private American Citizen with a



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(it being in writing, signed, sealed and delivered for registration and filing with a public
office of the babys State of live birth or District of naturalization)
(of the several states treated as conquered territories)
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(as are corporations, partnerships, trusts, corporate soles, etc.)
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, then also sent to the Bureau of Census, a division of the

person(16), distinct and separate from the natural born citizen, per se, i.e., the

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seal, is a covert commercial agreement and unconscionable, adhesion

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p. In effect, the FRANCHISE, BUSINESS TRUST, and or BIRTH

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x. Upon the public filing of the BIRTH CERTIFICATE, another source was
created

Internal Revenue Service collecting the internal revenue for the Federal

income/excise/privileged taxed, the natural person/baby/Private American Citizen

Corporation

via

now wedded to his new artificial person as its trust Property and subordinate

excise/income/privilege taxes in payment of the interest on the national debt which

Surety indenture transmitting utility, the new source being in commerce and

is owed to the Federal Reserve Bank;

subject to the absolute legislative powers of Emergency War Powers Congress

(28

USC

3002(15)(A))

which

could

then

be

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income

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Department of Revenue for income/excise/privilege taxes, as well as liable to the

of

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BIRTH CERTIFICATE is liable to the Franchise Tax Board of the States

(1933-present) to regulate without limit interstate and foreign commerce pursuant


to Article I, Section 8, Clause 3, of the U.S. Constitution during this time of a

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INSTRUMENT, has hoodwinked the Posterity, allegedly named on said

y. A Private American Citizen, one whom has ceased to be Surety for Public

Affiant and fellow Private American citizens under an alien and foreign, de facto

temporary declared state of National Emergency;

certificate, into an unknown and covert contract by operation of law, placing

U.S. citizen done by means of a duly filed Notice of Release Without

(40 Statute Law 411) and is the EBRA amended TWEA (see APX-342);

ConsiderationNUNC PRO TUNC, (NORWOC-NPT) and Affidavit: Notice

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jurisdiction of the United States created by congressionally-amended WWI statute

of Rescission of Signatures of SuretyshipNUNC PRO TUNC (NOROSOS-

of the constitutionally-created, federal and state civilian courts (IN FORM) sitting

NPT), or similar documents, with a Court of competent jurisdiction, thereby

w. The above de facto jurisdiction of the United States includes the jurisdiction

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in a martial legislative equity (IN SUBSTANCE), no longer proceeding against

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the accused Private American citizen with the Mode of a Common Law civilian

returns to the former status of a Private American Citizen as held for brief days
after the natural birth

(17)

, renders the United States under control of United States

Secretary of the Treasury (SOT), Attorney General and POTUS Overseer Trustee

that, if unchallenged, confers a martial Military jurisdiction over the accused then

the surety for debt;

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due process, but rather with the Mode of a Roman Civil Law martial due process

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congressionally-amended, TWEA;

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forced to plead in a court imposing such process and procedure derived from a

z. The natural person who has irrevocably separated him or herself from the

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(prior to the filing of the Certificate of Live Birth)


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v. This BIRTH CERTIFICATE, functioning as a BUSINESS TRUST

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alieni juris), therefore no longer under the de facto jurisdictional power of

all powers, including, but not limited to, Powers of Attorney and/or Agency that

statutorily-created, de facto TMG (federal and state) as those absolute legislative,

may have granted to any third party, public and/or private.

absolute executive and absolute judicial powers are exercised towards a de facto

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state-created FRANCHISE, BUSINESS TRUST, BIRTH CERTIFICATE revokes

Public U.S. citizen, and

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aa. Therefore, the Natural person who has properly filed such documents as

dd. The natural person therefore is no longer under the paternal guardianship of

enjoy any commercial privilege of limited liability as a matter of citizenship status

de facto TMG (federal and state) as those absolute, paternal powers are exercised

(as do corporations being also Public U.S. citizens), and has discharged all

towards its infants and children, de facto Public U.S. citizens;


ee. As a matter of the following positive averments the natural person who

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TMG, federal and state, from any duty or obligation having arisen from the Natural

has filed a NORWOC-NPT and NOROSOS-NPT, or similar documents:

person being the Property of the name in Commerce beneficiary, Surety for

i. is one of the Posterity of We the People by whom and for whom the

and/or wedded to the hybrid Public U.S. citizen;

Constitution was ordained and established according to its Preamble, and holds de

jure Private American Citizen under section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment and

jure Private American Citizenship is broadened upon natural birth or naturalization

therefore stands in esse and sui juris, possessing all God-given rights

by section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

including those protected by the first eight Amendments of the Bill of Rights, all

ii. hold a name at Common Law by surname (or family name) and proper

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bb. The natural person who has returned to his/her former status of being a de

name, and is known by no other name, public or private.

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Constitutional rights (federal and state) and all Common Law rights of a de jure

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Private Citizen of the United States/ American Freeman, is no longer under the

iii. on the day of natural birth or naturalization became a de jure Posterity of the
geographic United States (composing the forty-eight states) pursuant to Section 1

Surety for and/or wedded to a de facto, state-created, Public U.S. citizen;

of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.

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legal disability of being the Property of the name in Commerce beneficiary,

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cc. The natural person is no longer the Property of the name in Commerce

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beneficiary, Surety for and/or wedded to a de facto Public U.S. citizen (which is

iv. on the day of natural birth or naturalization became a de jure Private


Citizen/Private Resident of the geographic State pursuant to section 1 of the

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indicated in item y above is not in commerce (as are corporations), never to

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commerce as a matter of personal status, as are statutory, state-created Public

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Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.

U.S. citizens of the United States, and

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v. on the day the Certificate of Live Birth or "Naturalization Certificate" was


filed with the States or District of Columbia by operation of law became the

ix. therefore in effect is a nontaxpayer as described in Economy Plumbing &


Heating vs. United States, 470 F. 2d, 585 at 589 (1972).

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Property of the name in Commerce beneficiary, Surety for and wedded to the

x. has rescinded every signature ever executed on behalf of business trust,

citizen of the United States. Upon filing of the NORWOC-NPT and NOROSOS-

including any derivative of the NAME thereof, be it public and/or private, by

NPT, or similar documents, said Property has been returned to the natural owner,

means of the NOROSOS-NPT.


xi. is the Secured Party/Creditor of DEBTOR name in Commerce as a matter

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said Suretyship has been terminated, the marriage has ended and the former status

of public record.

of Posterity has been restored, pursuant to the maxims of the law of contracts and

xii. is the Agent and Attorney-in-fact for DEBTOR name in Commerce as a

the Uniform Commercial Code

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vi. de jure Posterity is paramount and dominant, and any de jure Private

matter of public record.

Citizenship of any State of the Union subordinate and derivative of Posterity. (18)

vii. is a Private Resident at Common Law holding Private Citizenship of the

respective State pursuant to Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment.

the acquisition of property, real and/or personal, as a matter of public record.


xiv. is the beneficial owner of all income paid to taxpayer NAME in commerce.
ff.

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viii. is a non-statutory, Posterity and a non-statutory, Private Citizen/Private

xiii. has the exclusive, beneficial use of the copyrighted NAME in commerce in

i. is not alieni juris, holding the status of being the Property of NAME in

Resident at Common Law of the respective State and therefore no longer the

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As a matter of the following negative averments the natural person:

commerce, Surety for and/or wedded to an artificial, de facto, hybrid Public U.S.

State or District of Columbia business trust and thereby the natural person is not in

citizen created by state statute in the state of natural birth for the benefit of the

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18 Selective Draft Law Cases, 245 U.S. 366, 389 (1918.) Private citizens of the United States
were called American freemen by George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Zachary Taylor and
Abraham Lincoln, and by Justice John Marshall Harlan's dissents in Maxwell v. Dow, 176 U.S.
581, 607, 617 (1900) and Downes v. Bidwell, 182 U.S. 244, 382 (1901).

federal de facto TMG created on March 9, 1933; hence, not an infant or a child
under the power of a paternal TMG, federal or state.

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name in Commerce beneficiary, a state-created, business trust and statutory public

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ii. holds a name is not the NAME in commerce or any other form of this nom

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FACTS for Declaratory Judgment as to Venue and Jurisdiction During a


Time of War or National Emergency
8. Undersigned in the matter of Venue filed the Original Bill of Complaint

the all uppercase name and mixed case name has been affirmed by a federal court

under seal as of right with 12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO FINANCIAL

of record.

PRIVACY and public safety in a private controversy with the trustees for the

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de guerre/name of war, which principle in distinguishing the difference between

iii. holds a name is not spelled in solely upper case letters or with abbreviations,

Military Government under Title 12 for relief with 50 USC Appendix Section 9

which principle in distinguishing the difference between the all uppercase name

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that was denied temporary sealing by Order "M-49" (APX-019);

and mixed case name has been affirmed by a federal court of record.

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iv. is not the NAME in commerce which principle in distinguishing the

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available remedies under the Administrative Procedures Act (1946) after service

difference between the all uppercase name and mixed case name has been affirmed

on 23 April 2015, Defendants failed to respond within 60 days - lost immunity.


As such, Undersigned's understanding is that a declaratory judgment, is

by a federal court of record.

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v. is neither the Property of, nor Surety for, nor wedded to artificial entity
NAME in commerce or any other derivative of this nom de guerre/name of war.

the legal determination of a court remedy that resolves legal uncertainty for the
litigants; and Preliminary Injunction with order for response and expedited hearing
would resolve, inter alia: clear title to the NAME in commerce that must be

United States nor Surety for and/or wedded to a statutory, state-created public

removed from commingled bundle; with accounting for the NAME including

vi. is neither a statutory, state-created public citizen (artificial person) of the

Therefore, the natural person is not a state-

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of public and/or private contract.

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citizen (artificial person) of the United States as a matter of Status and/or a matter

status certification of the NAME use in commerce by DTCC; IRS Individual


Master File update; bar further irreparable harm to the status quo; and for further
recovery from damage to proceed for expedited appeal with request for oral

citizen) of the United States for income/excise/privilege tax purposes.

argument to be heard by a senior judge panel under seal for declaratory judgment

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created, federally-owned, statutory Public U.S. citizen (artificial person/U.S.

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vii. is not a rebel, belligerent or enemy publicly residing within a conquered

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territory of the United States created 9 March 1933 by EBRA amended TWEA.

on law and party status with irreparable harm to status quo and to personal
property, requiring further and different relief the Court deems necessary.

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FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT


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Plaintiff / Appellant
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ROBERT DRUSKIN, JOHN KOSKINEN,
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JACOB JOSEPH LEW, BARACK HUSSEIN )
OBAMA II,
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EMERGENCY MOTION APPENDIX TABLE OF CONTENTS

CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:15cv06817JPO...............................APX-001


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FILE EMERGENCY MOTION................APX-004
MOTION INFORMATION STATEMENT............................................... APX-006
NOTICE OF APPEAL................................................................................ APX-007
CIVIL APPEAL PRE-ARGUMENT STATEMENT (FORM C)...............APX-009
ORDER OF DISMISSAL............................................................................APX-011
"M-49" ORDER...........................................................................................APX-019
ORDER........................................................................................................APX-020
ISSUES ON APPEAL EXHIBIT B.............................................................APX-022
NATIONAL EMERGENCIES current summary............... APX-033 thru APX-037
Notice for Clerk to Correct errors in the docket and address change..........APX-038
CERTIFIED MAIL AND RETURN RECEIPT FOR J.PAUL OETKEN...APX-040
CERTIFIED MAIL / RETURN RECEIPT FOR CARDINAL DOLAN....APX-041
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TRANSMITTAL Notice of Motion to Reconsider the ORDER TO DISMISS and

CRS Report to Congress 98-505 National Emergency Powers of


September 18, 2001......................................................................................APX-167

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DEMAND FOR DISQUALIFICATION.....................................................APX-042

Markham v. Cabell 326 U.S. 404 (1945) .........................APX-191

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PROPOSED ORDER TO VACATE THE ORDER TO DISMISS AND


REASSIGN.................................................................................................APX-0-43

From the National Archives: CONCERN OF THE UNITED STATES OVER


ENEMY ATTEMPTS TO SECRETE FUNDS OR OTHER ASSETS IN NEUTRAL
COUNTRIES: INCEPTION OF THE SAFE-HAVEN PROGRAM pages 213
thru 251 Correspondence February 22, 1944 to January 6, 1945............... APX-203

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NOTICE OF MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE ORDER WITH


DEMAND TO RECUSE.........................................................................APX-045

Exhibit B: NOTICE OF FAULT IN DISHONOR AND OPPORTUNITY


TO CURE Exhibit C: USPS proof of certified mailing and service............APX-244

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AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF NOTICE OF MOTION TO RECONSIDER


THE ORDER TO DISMISS WITH DEMAND FOR
DISQUALIFICATION................................................................................APX-047

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LETTER re: Strunk v DRUSKIN Etal. 15-cv-6817 efforts to prevent


Private Trusts liquidation............................................................................APX-092
Original Bill of Complaint...........................................................................APX-096
Exhibit A: 125 pages A-1 thru A-125 herein:

THE EXPRESS DEED IN TRUST TO THE UNITED STATESOF


AMERICA BPA BOOK 32 PAGES 719 thru 733....................APX-117

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AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION TO SEAL THE ORIGINAL


BILL OF COMPLAINT pursuant to 28 USC 652(d) and FRCvP Rule 5.2 (d)
under 12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO FINANCIAL PRIVACY.............APX-272

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MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF NOTICE OF MOTION TO


RECONSIDER THE ORDER TO DISMISS WITH DEMAND FOR
DISQUALIFICATION...............................................................................APX-057

MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION TO SEAL THE


ORIGINAL BILL OF COMPLAINT pursuant to 28 USC 652(d) and FRCvP
Rule 5.2 (d) under 12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO FINANCIAL
PRIVACY...................................................................................................APX-282
Exhibit E: Confidentiality Agreement........................................................APX-331
Exhibit F: Federal Register - TITLE 50, APPENDIXWAR AND
NATIONAL DEFENSE...............................................................................APX-342
Exhibit G: Excerpts - Military Government and Martial Law.
By William. E. Birkhimer LL.B ..................................................................APX-388
The Jesuit Design against the American Roman Catholic Church..............APX-405
NOTICE OF MOTION FOR REHEARING THE ORDER "M-49"...........APX-411
AFFIRMATION IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO REHEAR THE ORDER "M49" DENIAL TO SEAL ORIGINAL BILL OF COMPLAINT pursuant to 28 USC
652(d) and FRCvP Rule 5.2 (d) under 12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO
FINANCIAL PRIVACY..............................................................................APX-413

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Exhibit D: 23 April 2015 Submission with 874 pages including


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CLOSED,ECF,PROSE

EXTENDED MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO


REHEAR THE ORDER "M-49" DENIAL TO SEAL ORIGINAL BILL OF
COMPLAINT pursuant to 28 USC 652(d) and FRCvP Rule 5.2 (d) under
12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO FINANCIAL PRIVACY.........................APX-424
INDIVIDUAL PRACTICES IN CIVIL CASES J. PAUL OETKEN.........APX-433

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Plaintiff

INDIVIDUAL PRACTICES OF MAGISTRATE JUDGE DEBRA


FREEMAN...................................................................................................APX-444

Christopher Earl Strunk


Beneficiary among the Posterit of
Pre1993 Private American National
Citizens of the United States, beneficiary
agent for Christopher Earl Strunk

represented by Christopher Earl Strunk


593 Vanderbilt Avenue PMB 281
Brooklyn, NY 11238
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Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division: Second Judicial
Department- DECISION AND ORDER on Motion M170416................APX-463

Defendant
John Koskinen
Commissioner Internal Revenue Service
Defendant
Jacob Joseph Lew
Trustee Secretary of the United States
Treasury Department of Treasury
Defendant
Barack Hussein Obama, II
Trustee Commander in Chief, President of
the United States of America
Date Filed

Docket Text
1 COMPLAINT against Robert Druskin, John Koskinen, Jacob Joseph Lew, Barack
Hussein Obama, II. (Filing Fee $ 400.00, Receipt Number
46540113410)Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk. (Attachments: # 1
Exhibit A Part 1, # 2 Exhibit A Part 2, # 3 Exhibit A Part 3, # 4 Exhibit A Part 4, #
5 Exhibit A Part 5, # 6 Exhibit A Part 6, # 7 Exhibit A Part 7, # 8 Exhibit A Part 8,
# 9 Exhibit A Part 9, # 10 Exhibit B, # 11 Exhibit C, # 12 Exhibit D Part 1, # 13
Exhibit D Part 2, # 14 Exhibit E, # 15 Exhibit F Part 1, # 16 Exhibit F Part 2, # 17
Exhibit G)(moh) (Entered: 08/31/2015)

08/27/2015

SUMMONS ISSUED as to Robert Druskin, John Koskinen, Jacob Joseph Lew,


Barack Hussein Obama, II. (moh) (Entered: 08/31/2015)

08/27/2015

Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman is so designated. (moh) (Entered: 08/31/2015)

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Robert Druskin
Executive Chairman of the Depository
Trust &Clearing Corporation

08/27/2015
09/10/2015

Case Designated ECF. (moh) (Entered: 08/31/2015)


3 ORDER OF DISMISSAL: The complaint is dismissed for failure to state a claim
on which relief may be granted. 28 U.S.C. 1915(e)(2)(B)(ii). The motion for

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SUMMONSES.............................................................................................APX-451

Date Filed: 08/27/2015


Date Terminated: 09/10/2015
Jury Demand: None
Nature of Suit: 890 Other Statutory
Actions
Jurisdiction: Federal Question

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Assigned to: Judge J. Paul Oetken
Cause: 28:1331 Fed. Question

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U.S. District Court


Southern District of New York (Foley Square)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:15cv06817JPO

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15 ORDER denying 12 Motion for Reconsideration re 3 Order of Dismissal; denying
12 Motion for Recusal. Having reviewed the record and the party's memorandums
of law, the Court concludes that it overlooked neither a controlling issue of law nor
a crucial fact in the record. Accordingly, Plaintiff's motion to reconsider is
DENIED. Because Plaintiff has failed to identify a valid ground for
disqualification, the motion for recusal is also DENIED. The Clerk of the Court is
directed to close the motions at docket number 12. (As further set forth in this
Order.) (Signed by Judge J. Paul Oetken on 9/29/2015) Copies Mailed By
Chambers. (kko) (Entered: 09/29/2015)

10/06/2015

16 LETTER from Christopher Earl Strunk dated 9/30/15 re: NOTICE FOR CLERK
TO CORRECT ERRORS IN THE DOCKET AND ADDRESS CHANGE.
Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.(sc) (Entered: 10/07/2015)

7 SUMMONS RETURNED EXECUTED Summons and Complaint served. Robert


Druskin served on 9/11/2015, answer due 11/10/2015. Service was accepted by
Neela Bajue, DTTC Legal Dept. Document filed by Robert Druskin. (sc) (Entered:
09/16/2015)

09/14/2015

8 SUMMONS RETURNED EXECUTED. Summons and Complaint served. Barack


Hussein Obama, II served on 9/11/2015, answer due 11/10/2015. Service was made
by Mail. Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk. (sc) (Entered: 09/16/2015)

09/14/2015

9 SUMMONS RETURNED EXECUTED. Summons and Complaint served. Service


was accepted by U.S. Marshal(unnamed) o/b/o Sara L. Shudofsky, Chief of the
Civil Division, U.S. Attorneys, SDNY. Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.
(sc) Modified on 9/16/2015 (sc). (Entered: 09/16/2015)

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Joseph Lew served on 9/11/2015, answer due 11/10/2015. Service was made by
cert. Mail. Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk. (sc) (Entered: 09/16/2015)

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5 SUMMONS RETURNED EXECUTED Summons and Complaint served. John


Koskinen served on 9/11/2015, answer due 11/10/2015. Service was made by Cert.
Mail. Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk. (sc) Modified on 9/16/2015 (sc).
(Entered: 09/16/2015)

09/14/2015

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Mailed a copy of 3 Order of Dismissal, and Return CD that was attached to


Motion, to Christopher Earl Strunk 593 Vanderbilt Avenue PMB 281 Brooklyn,
NY 11238 by UPS TRACKING # 1ZE22E533710037308. (ca) (Entered:
09/14/2015)

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4 MOTION FOR REHEARING THE ORDER "M49".(placed on docket at


direction of JPO Chambers) Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.(sc)
Modified on 9/11/2015 (sc). (Entered: 09/11/2015)

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the Docket Assistant Clerk for case processing. (kko) (Entered: 09/10/2015)

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reconsideration of Judge Torres' decision denying Plaintiff's request to file this case
under seal is also DENIED. The Clerk of Court is directed to mail back to Plaintiff
the CDs that were attached to the motion and to make a notation on the docket. The
Court certifies under 28 U.S.C. 1915(a)(3) that any appeal from this order would
not be taken in good faith, and therefore in forma pauperis status is denied for the
purpose of an appeal. See Coppedge v. United States, 369 U.S. 438, 44445
(1962). (As further set forth in this Order.) (Signed by Judge J. Paul Oetken on
9/10/2015) Copies Mailed By Chambers. (kko) (Entered: 09/10/2015)
09/10/2015

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10 LETTER addressed to Judge J. Paul Oetken from Christopher Earl Strunk dated
9/16/2015 re: Requfest for the withdrawal of the Order of Dismissal (attached).
Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.(kko) (Entered: 09/22/2015)

09/24/2015

11 LETTER from Christopher Earl Strunk dated 9/24/2015 re: Notice of Motion to
Reconsider the Order to Dismiss and Demand for Disqualification with
Affirmation and Memorandum of Law. Document filed by Christopher Earl
Strunk.(sac) (Entered: 09/28/2015)

09/24/2015

12 MOTION for Reconsideration re: 3 Order of Dismissal; MOTION for Recusal.


Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.(sac) (Entered: 09/28/2015)

09/24/2015

13 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 12 MOTION for Reconsideration re; 3


Order of Dismissal. MOTION for Recusal. Document filed by Christopher Earl
Strunk. (Attachments: # 1 Main Document, # 2 Main Document, # 3 Main
Document, # 4 Main Document, # 5 Main Document, # 6 Main Document, # 7
Main Document, # 8 Main Document, # 9 Main Document, # 10 Main Document,
# 11 Main Document)(sac) (Entered: 09/28/2015)

09/24/2015

14 AFFIRMATION in Support re: 12 MOTION for Reconsideration re; 3 Order of


Dismissal. MOTION for Recusal. Document filed by Christopher Earl Strunk.
(sac) (Entered: 09/28/2015)

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Plaintiff's demand for a declaratory judgment under 28 USC 2201under the alleged

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ISSUES ON APPEAL EXHIBIT B9

provision of Martial due process rather than Civil due process during the time of war or

under martial or civil due process of law, and by which the restoration of a person to

emergency under 12 USC 95 with 50 USC Appendix. 5(b), as alleged to apply with

any status or right formerly possessed by him was considered as relating back to the time of his

Plaintiff's use of 50 USC Appendix 9 and the Courts Jurisdiction under 50 USC

original loss or deprivation to the recapture of property taken by an enemy of occupation, and its

Appendix 17, and decision in the alleged matter of Plaintiff's beneficiary agent status

consequent restoration to its original owner.

as a private national Citizen of the United States as to standing as a non-combatant during

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1. Undersigned's Original Bill of Complaint demands Postliminy relief that applies either

the proclaimed emergency or time of war and or Judgment issued in a hot court herein.

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2. Appellant's Appeal is taken from THE ORDER of September 10, 2015 ("Order") see

4. On August 27, 2015 when Undersigned filed the Original Bill of Complaint with the

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filed on August 27, 2015 under Order "M-49" with Exhibit A that denies the Motion to rehear

a rotating drum from which a name designation chit was drawn, was not used herein.

the demand to seal entitled "MOTION TO REHEAR THE ORDER "M-49" DENIAL TO SEAL

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12 USC Chapter 35: RIGHT TO FINANCIAL PRIVACY" concurrently denied by the Hon.

ORIGINAL BILL OF COMPLAINT pursuant to 28 USC 652(d) and FRCvP Rule 5.2 (d) under

ANALISA TORRES USDJ and J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ, and demand in the Motion to Rehear

5. That on September 11, 2015, Defendants and SDNY Chief of the Civil Division pursuant

to 28 CFR 0.47 for Alien property matters and 28 USC 1331 were served the Summons and
Complaint; and thereafter, docketed by the Clerk of the Court.
6. That as a extra judicial matter in support of disqualification of both Hon. ANALISA

144 as to bias or prejudice of judge and with cause under 28 USC 455(a)(b) disqualification of

TORRES USDJ and J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ who were appointed to the bench by Defendant

justice, judge or magistrate judge that was left unaddressed by the Order and THE ORDER of

Obama.

that the Hon. ANALISA TORRES USDJ and J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ recusal as under 28 USC

with Exhibit A.

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a. to vacate the orders to dismiss the Complaint herein dated September 10, 2015 and of

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the Complaint to a Senior Judge for review of a question of first impression according to

TORRES USDJ and J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ who are too youthful and inexperienced to
provide judicial review on the matter of the 82 year continuous temporary Military Government
before the court that turns on the 1973 US Senate Report 93-549 and the annual renewal of the
time of war and or emergency by orders and proclamations as law under 12 USC 95(b); and
8. Germane herein as a extra judicial matter in support of J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ to selfdisqualify is the fact that on the date September 10, 2015 for the Order, the annual renewal of the

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11. Further as a requirement of disqualification under 455(b)(4) were J. PAUL OETKIN

since 1979, coincides with the NOTICE for "CONTINUATION OF THE NATIONAL

USDJ electronically trading in securities 90% of which are handled by DTTC Defendant and

EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO CERTAIN TERRORIST ATTACKS consistent with

ceded to CEDE & Company must be disqualified because James Paul Oetkin in esse surety for

section 202(d) of the National Emergencies Act, 50 USC 1622(d)... continuing for 1 year the

JAMES PAUL OETKIN knows that he individually has a financial interest in the subject matter

national emergency previous declared on September 14, 2001, in Proclamation 7463, with

in controversy or in a party to the proceeding, or any other interest that could be substantially

respect to terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the continuing and immediate threat of

affected by the outcome of the proceeding must disclose such and not be able to waiver.

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time of war and emergency inter alia among others concurrently in force including that for Iran

12. Further base upon information and belief, J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ must be disqualified

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further attacks on the United States"; and as a question of law and fact to be reviewed.

because James Paul Oetkin in esse surety for JAMES PAUL OETKIN knew about the fine
details of the ongoing temporary Military Government, the annual emergency renewals, and

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review under the time of war and or emergency maintained by Executive Order 2040 for the
temporary Military Government enacted by Congress as the law of the land with 12 USC 95(b),

enabled the suspected combining of the Private Trusts and Exchange Stabilization Fund

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Second Judicial Department that upon judicial review of authority under the temporary Military

is the four Judge Panel Order by the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division for the

involving the Posterity and Undersigned's property that coincides with the 1999 Clinton /
Graham-Leach-Bliley Act repeal of two provisions of the Glass- Steagall Act associated with the

Government denied Undersigned provision of "Civil Due Process of Law" admit to provision of

demand hereon for relief under 50 USC App. 9 for which the Congress gives the District

Martial due process shows Plaintiff action herein is ion good faith timely and not frivolous; and

jurisdiction authority to provide under 50 USC App. 17.

herein mandates use of 28 USC 2201 and 2202 Declaratory relief to settle court jurisdiction
under the temporary Military Government question and as to status of Plaintiff and Defendants.

10. That as a extra judicial matter in support of disqualification of J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ,

13. Further, Undersigned alleges based upon information and belief in support of
disqualification of J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ,

and that supports Undersigned's action for

constructive fraud with conversion of property beyond just a simple breach of fiduciary trust
perpetrated by Defendants, because of the above facts and acts J. PAUL OETKIN USDJ appears

material witness herein to be called to testify because James Paul Oetkin served in the Office of

to be aiding and abetting James Paul Oetkin in esse surety for JAMES PAUL OETKIN and

Legal Counsel in the US Department of Justice from 1997 through 1999 and James Paul Oetkin

Defendants, among others yet named, as a matter of treason and or misprision of treason under

became Associate Council to POTUS in the office of White House Counsel from 1999 through

18 USC 2382; and

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Exchange Stabilization Fund were saddled with billions of dollars in losses due to the excessive

serving simple tort statement in which the United States is a Defendant under 28 USC 1346.

exposure of their investment banking arms to derivatives and securities, inter alia tied to

c. Changed the express jurisdiction under 50 USC Appendix 17 for which with 28 USC 2201

domestic home prices and the labor of Posterity, so that the last of the top-tier investment banks

and 2202 requires judicial review for declaratory relief as to Undersigned's status as a

could convert to bank holding companies, and by design strike the final demise of the Glass-

private citizen that would apply with 28 USC 1331 for the under a time of war or

Steagall Act to loot the Private Trusts / Exchange Stabilization Fund to enable transfer of assets

emergency with the temporary Military Government with the 50 USC App. 9 Claims to

to China starting January 20, 2009 by Defendant Obama and his agents, including the Bankers'

property transferred to custodian; notice of claim; filing; return of property; suits to recover;

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2008 global credit crisis so that commercial banks, around the world, the private trusts and

deadline limit with 50 USC App. 32 Return of property and 50 USC App. 33 Notice of

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intelligence by the Clinton Administration and its agents for the Jesuit run Chinese Communist
central committee.

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USDJ without an utterance refused to self-disqualify under 28 USC 455 in self-service refused

15. In furtherance of the above acts, James Paul Oetkin in esse surety for J. PAUL OETKIN

claim; institution of suits; computation of time that applies herein especially since Defendant
Trustee(s) only have 60 days to bar recovery, was not done by Defendants after notice of
April 23, 2015 that should have been barred by no later than say June 23, 2015 - was not
ordered; and instead in outrageous bad faith, James Paul Oetkin in esse surety for J. PAUL

became an actual real party in interest herein, to further harm Undersigned and the posterity,

OETKIN USDJ's uses 28 USC 1346 were the Complaint a simple tort with a 6 month bar.

refused to read the Complaint within the four corners, and with malice proceeded to amend the

d. Changed the Complaint by outrageously constructing a straw man that the Court even

Complaint with an outrageously constructed straw man serving James Paul Oetkin in esse surety

suggests under 28 USC 1346 notwithstanding Administrative process, somehow the

for JAMES PAUL OETKIN proposed intervener to facilitate dismissal with the Order that:

Defendants are sovereign or immune from suit and that Defendants as trustee(s) are free from

to seal the case at least temporarily until resolution with an alternative settlement process, instead

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suit when challenged for breach and bad faith to fiduciary duty;
e. Changed the actual use by Undersigned's private Confidential Contract with each of his

b. Changed the short and plain statement of the case from Claims to property transferred to

clients to that of a supposed rejection of an offer to Defendants to go into private contract;

custodian; notice of claim; filing; return of property; suits to recover; sale of claimed

f. Wrongly poses that Mr. Druskin and DTCC are private persons without duties to Trustees.

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property in time of war or during national emergency with three causes of action under 50

h. Characterizes Undersigned as a prisoner of the temporary Military Government; and

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as a private national Citizen of the United States as to standing as a non-combatant during the

j. Undersigned by reference of all matters in the record, and as Defendants remain in default

proclaimed emergency or time of war; and that the simple facts are:
As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-18 on March 9, 1933 the Congress enacted 12 USC 95(a)
for "regulation of transactions in foreign exchange of gold and silver; property transfers;
vested interests, enforcement and penalties", thereby bringing the provisions of the
Trading with the enemy act inland.

As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-19 on March 9, 1933 the Congress enacted 12 USC 95(b)
Ratification of acts of President and Secretary of the Treasury under 12 USC 95(a)
mandates that:

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and have not appeared, reserves his rights without prejudice and or exception for further and

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i. Bars Undersigned and Clients of the Posterity along with the posterity from future relief;

and different relief for which Undersigned and his clients of the Posterity are entitled under

the law of the land.

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the Writ of Birth or Birth Registration, although such trusts are subsequently bundled or
commingled) exist and are safeguarded.

there is a likelihood since 2001 as a result of the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act that combining the
Private Trust(s) added risks associated with the Exchange Stabilization Fund and the Private
Trusts underlying United States Securities are being looted and requires a forensic accounting.

19. That as to the ORDER of September 29, 2015 Plaintiff had met all of the standards for
reconsideration of errors and bias requiring disqualification and reassignment.

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50 USC Appendix 17, and decision in the alleged matter of Plaintiff's beneficiary agent status

As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-22 Foreword of the US Senate Report 93-549 as to the


temporary military government under national emergency stated:
"Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national
emergency. In fact, there are now in effect four presidentially-proclaimed states of

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As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-17 Executive Order 2040 created the perpetual temporary
Military Government on March 9, 1933 mandated :
"...in view of such continuing national emergency and by virtue of the authority vested in
me by Section 5 (b) of the Act of October 6 , 1917 (40 Stat. L 411), as amended by the
act of March 9, 1933, do hereby proclaim, order, direct and declare that all the terms and
provisions of said Proclamation of March 6, 1933, and the regulations and orders issued
thereunder are hereby continued in full force and effect until further proclamation by
the President..."

Status by way of his Original Bill of Complaint has requested a declaratory judgment under 28

as alleged to apply with Plaintiff's use of 50 USC Appendix 9 and the Courts Jurisdiction under

As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-16 Executive Order 2039 created the perpetual private trusts
on March 6, 1933 mandated :
"...the Secretary of the Treasury. with the approval of the President and under such
regulations as he may prescribe. is authorized and empowered (a) to permit any or all of
such banking institutions to perform any or all of the usual banking functions, (b) \o
direct, require or-permit the issuance of clearing house certificates or other evidences of
claims against assets of banking institutions , and {c) to authorize and direct the creation
in such banking institutions of special trust accounts for the receipt of new deposits
which shall be subject to withdrawal on demand without any restriction or limitation and
shall be kept separately in cash or on deposit in Federal Reserve Banks or invested-in
obligations of the United States."

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18. That Undersigned on the other hand was told by market analysis expert Rob Kirby that

17. That an FBI agent whistleblower verifies the existence and use of certificate bundles.

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"The actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders and proclamations heretofore or hereafter
taken, promulgated, made, or issued by the President of the United States or the Secretary
of the Treasury since March 4. 1933, pursuant to the authority conferred by section 95a
of this title, are approved and confirmed."

expert that the Private Trust(s) (where each such trust relationship is established upon receipt of

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national emergency: In addition to the national emergency declared by President


Roosevelt in 1933, there are also the national emergency proclaimed by President
Truman on December 16, 1950, during the Korean conflict, and the states of national
emergency declared buy President Nixon on March 23, 1970 and August 15_, 1971;
These proclamations give force to 470 provisions of Federal law. These hundreds of
statutes delegate to the President extraordinary powers, ordinarily exercised by the
Congress, which affect the lives of American citizens in a host of all-encompassing
manners. This vast .range of powers, taken together,. confer enough authority to rule the
country without reference to normal Constitutional process~

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As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-49 as a result of the recommendation in Senate Report 93549 , Congress enacted PUBLIC LAW 94-412- on SEPT. 14. 1976 - 90 STAT. 1255 and
therein kept the provisions of 12 USC 95(a) and the continuing national emergency as
long as it is annually renewed, states:

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As shown at Exhibit B-1-A-25 Report Introduction of the US Senate Report 93-549 in "A
BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE ORIGINS OF EMERGENCY POWERS
NOW IN FORCE: The Senators emphatically stated:
"A majority of the people of the United States have lived all of their lives under
emergency rule. For 40 years, freedoms and governmental procedures guiaranteed by the
Constitution have, in varying degrees, been abridged by laws brought into force by states
of national emergency. The problem of how a constitutional democracy reacts to great
crisis, however, far antedates the Great Depression. As a philosophical issue, .its origins
reach back to 1he Greek city-states and the Roman Republic. And, in the United States,
actions taken by the Government in. times of great crises have-from, at least, the Civil
War-in important ways, shaped the present phenomenon of a permanent state of national
emergency."

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"Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the - President may: seize property;
organize and control the means of production; seize commodities; assign military forces
abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication;
regulate the operation of private enterprise; restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular
ways, control the lives of all American citizens..."

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And by reference undersigned includes every "actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders
and proclamations heretofore or hereafter taken, promulgated, made, or issued by the
President of the United States or the Secretary of the Treasury since March 4. 1933" and
or annually renewed as a time of war or emergency including the notice of September 10,
2015 shown as Exhibit F for the Court to use with its declaratory judgment on the state
of the temporary Military Government hereunder.

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"Sec. 502. (a) The provisions of the Act shall not apply to the following provisions of
law, the powers and authorities conferred thereby, and action taken thereunder:
(1) Section 5(b) of the Act of October 6, 1917, as amended (12 U.S.C. 95a: 50 U.S.C.
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From the Federal Register regarding the temporary Military Government under Executive Order 2040 with 12 USC
95: 50 USC App. 5(b) and the continuation of Emergencies annually unsorted by year but covering 2014 through
the present

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Persons Who Commit, Threaten To Commit, or Support
Terrorism

of September 18, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Persons States. For this reason, the national emergency declared in Executive

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Order 13224 the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Certain Terrorist Attacks

of September 10, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Certain (d), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency previously

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Export Control Regulations

of August 7, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Export Congress, the national emergency declared on August 17, 2001,

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Lebanon

of July 29, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Lebanon a national emergency with respect to Lebanon pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations

of July 21, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Transnational national emergency with respect to transnational criminal organizations
pursuant to the International Emergency the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Former Liberian Regime of Charles Taylor

of July 17, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the 13348, the President declared a national emergency with respect to the former
the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to North Korea

of June 22, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to North taken to deal with that national emergency, must continue in effect beyond
June (d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Western Balkans

of June 22, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the national emergency with respect to the Western Balkans, pursuant to the
International Emergency the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Actions and Policies of Certain Members of the Government
of Belarus and Other Persons to Undermine Belarus's Democratic Processes or Institutions

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19. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Zimbabwe

of June 10, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the President declared a national emergency pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

of March 3, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Zimbabwe 13288, the President declared a national emergency and blocked the

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property of the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared in Executive

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10. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Stabilization of Iraq

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of May 19, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the President declared anational emergency pursuant to the

20. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Cuba and of the Emergency Authority Relating to the Regulation
of the Anchorage and Movement of Vessels

International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with

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Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Cuba and of the Emergency Authority National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I

11. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Burma

am continuing the national emergency with respect to Cuba and the emergency authority relating

of May 15, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Burma also declared a national emergency pursuant to the

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International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with
respect to

21. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Libya

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of February 23, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Libya , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the

12. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Yemen

International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

of May 13, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Yemen , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the

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22. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Situation in or in Relation to C[ocirc]te d'Ivoire

13. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Central African Republic
of May 8, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the national emergency to deal with the unusual and extraordinary threat to

of February 4, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the President declared a national emergency, pursuant to the

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14. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Actions of the Government of Syria
of May 6, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Actions (d), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared with respect

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in determining whether to continue or terminate this national emergency in the future

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the national the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared in Executive

International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared
in Executive

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23. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Terrorists Who Threaten To Disrupt the Middle East Peace
Process

Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Somalia of April 8, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With

of January 21, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Terrorists President declared a national emergency pursuant to the

Respect to Somalia , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50

International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergencywith

U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared in Executive

respect to

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16. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to South Sudan

of March 31, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to South national emergency to deal with the unusual and extraordinary threat to

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24. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Somalia
of April 8, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Somalia , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared
in Executive

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of March 11, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran reason, the national emergency declared on March 15, 1995, must continue in

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effect (d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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25. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to South Sudan


of March 31, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to South national emergency to deal with the unusual and extraordinary threat to
the national the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared in Executive

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26. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran


of March 11, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran reason, the national emergency declared on March 15, 1995, must continue in
effect (d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

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37. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Situation in or in Relation to the Democratic Republic of the
Congo

of March 3, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Ukraine , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

of October 21, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the national emergency in E.O. 13671 of July 8, 2014. This

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28. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Zimbabwe


of March 3, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Zimbabwe 13288, the President declared a national emergency and blocked the

38. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Significant Narcotics Traffickers Centered in Colombia

property of the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared in Executive

of October 16, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Significant 12978, the President declared a national emergency with respect to

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29. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Cuba and of theEmergency Authority Relating to the Regulation
of the Anchorage and Movement of Vessels

39. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran

Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Cuba and of the Emergency Authority National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I

must continue in effect (d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

of November 12, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran way, the national emergency declared on November 14, 1979,

am continuing the national emergency with respect to Cuba and the emergency authority relating

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40. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

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of November 7, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the , must continue. In accordance with section 202(d) of
the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing the national emergency

of February 23, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Libya , I declared a national emergency pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

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41. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Sudan

of February 4, 2015 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the President declared a national emergency, pursuant to the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency declared

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31. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Situation in or in Relation to C[ocirc]te d'Ivoire

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32. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran

of November 12, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Iran way, the national emergency declared on November 14, 1979,
must continue in effect (d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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33. Unblocking of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons

of October 24, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Sudan a national emergency with respect to Sudan and, pursuant to the

International Emergency the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

A Presidential Document by the Executive Office of the President on 10/28/2014

42. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the Situation in or in Relation to the Democratic Republic of the
Congo
of October 21, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the national emergency in E.O. 13671 of July 8, 2014. This
situation continues the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

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43. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Significant Narcotics Traffickers Centered in Colombia
of October 16, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Significant 12978, the President declared a national emergency with respect to

POB Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico; nationality Mexico; citizen Mexico; C.U property and interests in property continue to be blocked pursuant to

significant narcotics the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1622(d)), I am continuing for 1 year the national emergency with respect to

, inter alia, of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U Order, the President declared a national emergency to deal with the threat 1944;

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34. Unblocking of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons

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44. Unblocking of Specially Designated Nationals And Blocked Persons Pursuant to Executive Order 12978
, inter alia, of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U Order, the President declared a national emergency to deal with the threat
(Colombia); alt. Passport AE613367 (Colombia); National Foreign ID Number X3881333Z (Spain property and interests in property continue to be blocked
pursuant to

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of November 7, 2014 Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to the , must continue. In accordance with section 202(d) of

45. Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Terrorists Who Threaten To Disrupt the Middle East Peace Process

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respect to

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of CHRISTOPHER EARL STRUNK with name of war Strunk,
Christopher Earl and abbreviated derivatives, the transmitting utility
Debtor Trust owner of the Estate of christopher earl strunk, with all Rights
reserved without prejudice for the Record with Notice of Private Citizenship
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