Saturday, October 19, 2013

Common Law: Repossessing the White House


The traditional term for repossession is "replevin" and is one of the oldest forms of action in Common Law going back to the start of the thirteenth century. It is a legal procedure for restoring property to the person entitled to possess it.

In my view, the White House, along with all properties of the U.S. Corporation, belongs to The One People of the United States of America (or united States of America or American Nationals). So we have submitted over 100 Writs of Replevin soon to go before the International Common Law Court of Justice. It's time to get our stuff.
Loving each and every one,

Cindy Kay


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