|Petition for Declaratory Judgment of Barbara Martin to Become Sovereign|
The case below represents one of the few people who attempted to get a declaratory judgment in state court proving that they were a sovereign American National. It was sent to us by one of our readers. All the legal pleadings are also included. We are told that the lady who did this, Barbara Martin, really did her homework and started the declaratory judgment in state court. The state court kicked it into federal court, even though they shouldn't have. The government then responded by invoking sovereign immunity and then basically stating that the pleading failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted. The case was then appealed to federal circuit court, and subsequently appealed all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court. The U.S Supreme Court refused to rule on the issue one way or another. When Ms. Martin called the Supreme Court to ask about why, they said the ruling was secret. Do you smell a rat here?
We would also like to emphasize that the pleading ignored the real issues and should have asked for a declaratory judgment to become a "national but not a citizen" under federal law rather than a "de jure citizen". Therefore, this is an example of what not to do if you intend to file a Declaratory Judgment relative to your citizenship. We do, however, want to give our sincere thanks and salute to Barbara for at least taking the time to try to resolve her status as a sovereign in the courts, which is far more than most other Americans would typically do in defense of their freedom. We are working on our own version of a declaratory judgment that addresses the issues more correctly. If you would like to know the basic facts upon which to base a proper Declaratory Judgment relating to citizenship, then please consult:
We have included all of the original pleadings and dockets for the case as an example, to show you how one person did it.
|Copyright Family Guardian Fellowship||Last revision: 8/16/09|
|Home About Contact||This private system is NOT subject to monitoring|