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Identity Theft

Discussion in 'Constitutional Law & Civil Rights' started by Celeritus, Sep 20, 2020.

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  1. Celeritus

    Celeritus Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I have endured an ordeal indefinitely, and therein during approximately 1972; the Supreme Courts alleged that Laws required any Civilian to relinquish the discretion of their Identity and Assets or such Civilians were in violation of a Law which required them to comply.
    I refused to relinquish my Identity and Assets since the allegations that any Laws required any Civilians to relinquish their Identity and Assets to the Supreme Courts appeared out of context of Law and Constitution.
     
  2. Tax Counsel

    Tax Counsel Well-Known Member

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    That's so vague that no meaningful comments can be provided. What exactly is it that has happened to you? What is it, specifically, that the government is demanding of you that you refuse to do?
     
  3. Celeritus

    Celeritus Law Topic Starter New Member

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    One Asset is a Multi Billio
    The Supreme Courts of Ohio required complete discretion of my Identity, and to control any Assets of which I was denied any information, alrhough throughout my experience and any exposure; those Assets include a Multi Billion Dollar Trust, a small Mansion in California, and other Land there abouts, but derive from different Estates. Then I was denied any Knowledge of my Anatomical Sexuality as a Single Individual Minority. The details should not be necessary to comprehend that I have been denied information and opportunity while my Identity and Assets have been obstructed grom my Access and Knowledge.
    Therefore I can attest that the Supreme Courts believes that a Law allows them discretion and control of any Civilians Identity and Assets of which they might adk us to relinquish.
     
  4. Tax Counsel

    Tax Counsel Well-Known Member

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    Of course the details matter. There are circumstances in which a person may legally be blocked from accessing his own assets. For example, if you were declared incompetent to manage your own affairs the court would appoint a conservator to manage your finances and you'd not have the ability to make your own financial decisions.
     
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    mightymoose Moderator

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    That seems an excellent example.
     
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    What sort of ordeal?

    Huh?

    "The Supreme Courts" (plural)? Which ones? Also, supreme courts don't "allege" things. Rather, supreme courts, like other courts, order and decide things.

    Which laws? What does "the discretion of their identity" mean?

    I see....

    Ummm...what?

    Perhaps they should not be necessary, but they are. Your two posts in this thread are nothing but gibberish.
     
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  7. Celeritus

    Celeritus Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Whats vague about it ? Perhaps you've read the wrong post ?
     
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    Celeritus Law Topic Starter New Member

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    The Post is focused upon any Supreme Courts statement to insist that any individual relinquish their identity to the Courts discretiion.
     
  9. adjusterjack

    adjusterjack Super Moderator

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    Did a judge ask you what your name is and you refused to tell him your name?
     
  10. zddoodah

    zddoodah Well-Known Member

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    My response (#6 in this thread) details how your initial post and first follow up are vague gibberish.

    That makes no sense. How exactly might a person "relinquish [his or her] identity," and how could anything be "relinquish[ed] . . . to the Court[']s discretion"?

    By the way, in another thread of yours, you also posted a bunch of nonsensical gibberish, which I also detailed, and I asked several questions that you ignored.

    Here's another post of yours that is a bunch of gibberish.
     
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    army judge Super Moderator

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    The Name Game, would be my guess.

     
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    cbg Super Moderator

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    There was a guy "down the street" a week or two ago that used this kind of convoluted gibberish. I don't recall what his deal was but it was just as lacking in lucidity as this fellow. Wonder if they're related?
     

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