Judge Anna von Retiz
There is no “Chief Justice Michael R. Hamilton”— there’s just a con man wanted in three states, living in Louisiana now, and doing what he does best: misleading people.
In order to have a “Chief Justice” there must be such an office, it must be available, one must eligible for it, one must earn it, and one must be properly elected to fill it.
Michael R. Hamilton’s claim to be “Chief Justice” fails on all counts.
Michael R. Hamilton and those supporting him, including Bruce Doucette, haven’t taken the steps to take back their birthright political status as American state nationals, so they can’t function as American State Citizens.
They are still United States Citizens and/or “citizens of the United States” pretending to be something they are not, and as their actions suggest, they are wolves in sheep’s clothing in other ways, too.
There is one Chief Justice of the Maritime Admiralty court system established by the original Constitution and that post belongs to the delegated authority of the United States. It has nothing to do with the United States of America and the Common Law court system the people of this country are owed.
So there is no such office as “Chief Justice” on our side of the fence.
And if there were, Michael R. Hamilton couldn’t fill it, because he would have to be claiming his birthright political status.
He would have to be functioning under 100% commercial liability, too, which means posting a bond with the U.S. Treasury.
He hasn’t done that, either.
He would also have to be a State Justice first. He claims that he is serving in the capacity of a State Justice for Louisiana— but no, I’m sorry, not possible. Irish nationals can’t serve as officers of Spanish courts, and US citizens can’t serve as officers of any American court in Louisiana, in Texas, in Colorado, or any other state.
None of the actual states allow Dual Citizenship. They never have. They still don’t. If you don’t give up your U.S.citizenship, you can’t fill a position as a Justice or Judge of any state of the Union.
If you don’t get to first base, you aren’t allowed to go to second.
If you aren’t really a State Justice, you can’t be a Chief Justice—even if there was such an office on the American side— and there isn’t.
Then there is the matter of how and by whom he was supposedly elected to fill this non-existent office. Three other people who are also pretending to be State Justices without meeting the requirements of the office. one of them being Bruce Doucette, elected him while on a (unsuccessful) mission to secure the release of prisoners in New Mexico.
I wasn’t there and would have objected to the entire proposition as nonsense, but apparently, they thought that choosing one of them to act as lead on the case and calling him “Chief Justice” would lend more weight to their position, so they just out of the thin air created such an office and the three of them elected Michael R. Hamilton to fill it.
It’s so completely loony, so contrary to what is proper, I don’t even know what to say about that. If you think that three people have the right to wave their hands and create a new public office and put it on the payroll, you don’t need a new government, you need a psychiatrist.
What disturbs me beyond the dishonor and discredit that these actors have brought to those people who are actually doing the work and filling vacated state offices honorably, is the power-mongering and egotism involved.
Being a Public Servant means just that. In the American system of things, you set aside your sovereign status for the good of your country and you fill a public office and expose yourself to the slings and arrows and requirements of it. It’s not a “plum” or a mark of social status and whatever powers that office possesses, are exercised with a constant knowledge of their limits.
Here we have an example of people trying to lord it over others and pretending to have special ranks and powers never granted to them, even creating fancy sounding new offices for themselves out of thin air.
And what does that sound like, but more of the same crappola we have been struggling with all these years?
Again, I say to all of you— come away. Don’t participate in what they are doing and don’t be associated anymore with Bruce Doucette or Michael R. Hamilton or any of those supporting them and condoning this behavior.