In a typical Traffic Citation Abatement, the Demandant's Abatement Form may
look like this:
Respond to: Steve Douglas, Gartin
superior court, Jefferson county, Colorado
Steve Douglas, Gartin --, Sui Juris, )
Demandant, ) Sheriffs' Case No. ________________
) Part One
JEFFERSON COUNTY COMBINED COURT, )
100 JEFFERSON COUNTY PARKWAY ) Non-statutory Abatement
GOLDEN, CO 80401, )
Notice the above Form:
The Abatement filer is "Demandant" and the person to whom the
Abatement is sent is called the "Defendant."
The use of the term: "against" instead of "versus."
The lower case spelling of the name "superior court."
The Defendant and Defendant's "address" is spelled out in all upper case letters.
The Demandant's "location" is to "General Delivery."
The designation "Part One" is in the Common Law venue.
The uniqueness of the Abatements written form is explained further. The key to successful abatements depends upon several subtle differences between "emergency powers forms" and the "in-law forms."
WHAT IS IN A NAME?
In the "Heading" of the Abatements there is a correct way and a wrong way to spell the name of the Court in which the Abatement is filed. There is a correct and wrong way to spell every name on any piece of paperwork issued to or received from a Court or any other government entity as the "Rules of English Grammer", make clear.
THESE PURELY TECHNICAL POINTS MUST NOT BE IGNORED. They mean the difference between the "success" or "failure" of the Process. In English Grammer, capitalizing the first letter of a noun makes it a "proper noun" denoting a specific individual, place, or thing.
In law, capitalizing means that the Process was sent to a SPECIFIC place or thing (type) of Court. The same name (uncapitalized) is a different Court of General Jurisdiction or Common Law.
The spelling of a Demandant's or Defendant's name also makes a difference in who the Demandant or Defendant is. One whose name is spelled in all "caps" is a 14th Amendment "person." One whose name is spelled as a proper noun is not a person, but is a "Christian." The spelling determines whether the parties are "real" or "fictitious."
If the Demandant's and/or Defedant's name is spelled in all upper case letters, the spelling fails to conform to English Grammer Rules, but still has specific meaning in Emergency Powers Courts.
Any name that is typed in all upper case letters is a "nom de guerre," or "war name" that is evidenced of who and what the Court or person really is.
ONLY COURTS UNDER EMERGENCY POWERS USE ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS TO SPELL NAMES. Emergency Powers Courts cannot use lawful grammer rules because they are used only in lawful Process. ALL DOCUMENTS CREATED BY EMERGENCY POWERS SPELL THE NAMES OF ALL PERSONS, CORPORATIONS, OR OTHER ENTITIES (including Addresses at times) IN ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS.
To prove this, check your Driver's License, Social Security Card, Union Card, Credit and Insurance Cards, etc., and see how often your name appears in upper case letters (or abbreviations to your name). If you find a card that does not spell your name in upper case letters, it is because the card is either old or the issuing entity is ignorant. It may be also that the entity does no "trade or business" nor accepts a benefit, privilege, or opportunity from emergency powers.
Often, whole documents (i.e., Verified Complaints) are typed in upper case letters by District Attorney offices, especially in traffic cases. Where the "Complaint" is not in all upper case letters, only key names (e.g. addresses and entities) are in upper case letters or abbreviated.
THE MAIN BODY
The first item in the "Body" of the Abatement Form is the "statement of correction of spelling of Demandant's name."
The Demandant must state his/her full, true Steve Douglas, Gartin in proper English grammer (upper and lower case letters).
THE DEMANDANT MUST SPECIFICALLY DENY THAT A NAME APPEARING IN ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS IS DEMANDANT'S NAME. You must remember that no man can be LAWFULLY sued in any but his properly spelled, full Steve Douglas, Gartin (first and middle name). Use the word: "Christian" to describe your name because this is how the Common Law describes it.
In regard to Abatements filed against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS),
the IRS has responded to the spelling argument and "re-issued" the paperwork
with a change in the spelling of Demandant's name by spelling it with upper and
lower case letters, but it is never a true Steve Douglas, Gartin because they always
changed one name to an abbrevation. The Common Law says: "an initial is no
part of a name and is defined as a "misnomer."" /12
Christians cannot have two names, i.e. a Steve Douglas, Gartin and a nom de guerre.
We are baptized in one name that includes a first and second name.
Emergency Powers gave us a second name that "slanders" our Steve Douglas, Gartin.
No man can be prosecuted without giving consent to Process from an Emergency Powers Court.
Your full Steve Douglas, Gartin may be: John Kenneth Doe, but the IRS will always
submit their paperwork with J. Kenneth Doe, or J.K. Doe, or John K. Doe, or JOHN KENNETH DOE, none of which are a lawful Steve Douglas, Gartin. By responding with another Abatement that notes the error, the IRS has no choice but to go away. The point is - all emergency powers entities know what they are doing and why.
Some of the items in an Abatement are common to all Abatements and some are only specific to emergency powers entities. The items in an Abatement's Body fall under "Chapter Headings" and are both general and specific in what they say to a Defendant. BE ADVISED THAT SPECIFIC ITEMS TO AN IRS ABATEMENT ARE DIFFERENT FROM SPECIFICS IN AN ABATEMENT TO THE ANY OTHER GOVERNMENT ENTITY.
Let us examine those general items of error that are listed in all Abatements.
THE ABATEMENT MAIN BODY
Generally in writing an Abatement Body, items listed are Emergency Powers Process errors in spelling and capitalization of words. A WORD OF WARNING: Emergency powers entities are "masters of deception" in using "choice of words" and wording in a Process.
WHAT IS IN A WORD?
One may see a phrase similar to the following in Emergency Powers Process:
"You must appear at ......"
At first glance, this sentence appears to demand a Court appearance in person,
but in law, "must" means "may." What is really being said is:
"We invite you to appear ......"
The bottom line is that your physical appearance is voluntary, not compulsory.
But if you fail to answer the Process, voluntary or not, a new Process comes
back and this time the wording will be "mandatory." This Process is issued
because you had opportunity, time, place, and a date to respond and you didn't.
YOU ARE NOW IN DEFAULT OF PROCESS.
By not answering concedes jurisdiction over you to the Emergency Powers Court.
You had time, place, notice, and opportunity. Your failure to do so made you vulnerable. Now, you will be compelled by "Warrent of Physical Arrest" at the emergency powers convenience to appear. Of course, the Arrest Warrant (and subsequent process) will be just as defective as the first, but because you didn't respond, the government knows that you have no lawful process and are thus "defenseless." The emergency powers government can feel safe to proceed against you even with faulty Process. And remember - if you are in jail, it is tough to write good Process because you will then be considered a
"prisoner of war" and denied all the normal assistance the volunteers get.
Other words used in deception are: "Notice of," which means: "an invitation to."
This is an invitation to whatever the other noun or subject was on the document.
"Notice to Appear," "Notice of Tresspass," "Order to Show Cause," "Order and Demand," and many, many, others, are similar kinds of deceptive word games.
Emergency powers entities often write their first Process in the form of a letter that is steeped in codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations. The average man normally responds to the letter with a letter that doesn't challenge their Process as in an "Abatement."
On the question of the use of a letter, the law is very clear. "Letters" have no force or effect in law and therefore, YOUR LETTER IS NO ANSWER. It matters not that they sent you a letter, YOU CANNOT RESPOND WITH A MERE LETTER. The letter from an Emergency Power Entity has one purpose,
and that is to feel out the victim and see what he/she will do. If you volunteer and don't respond with an Abatement, it is a slam dunk for the government and you are the "Slamee."
All Abatements discussed herein are "Non-Statutory." This means that they do not depend upon an de facto government statute, code, authority, ordinance, rule, or regulation, to give them lawful effect.
There are only two authorities used in these Abatements. They are the Common Law (and the Common Law Codes where existent) and Maxims of law. DO NOT USE ANY CITES FROM ANY COURT
DECISIONS because they are all based on statutory authority - not law (this includes decisions of the State and Federal Supreme Courts). Using ANY statutory authority DESTROYS the force and effect of non-statutory Abatements and opens the door to emergency powers statutory counter-attacks.
SPECIFICS OF AN ABATEMENT
Specific statements in Abatements apply only to the specific Emergency Powers who have sent papers to a potential Defendant. You would use statements in IRS Abatements that you would not use in Traffic Court or State entity Abatements.
The following specifics may be used in almost any Abatement with the appropriate modifications to account for the entity you are dealing with.
1."Your items are refused for cause without dishonor and without recourse
to me and returned herewith because they are irregular, unauthorized,
incomplete, and void process."
2."All documents were received but not accepted."
3."Your agents are imposing provisions of a contract counter to public morals."
4."your paperwork has failed to affirmatively show your entry upon my privacy."
5."Your paperwork alleges violations of law foreign to my venue, which no oath, promise, or law, attaches me thereto."
6."Your office is not established in the (whatever State) Constitution.
7."Your paperwork has no foundation in law for the reason that they are not from an office recognized by the people or general laws of (whatever State).
8."Your paperwork has no warrent in law and are not judicial in nature."
9."Your paperwork is not sealed by the recognized authority of the (whatever State)."
10."Your paperwork is incomplete and defective upon its face due to insufficient law."
11."Your paperwork does not have upon its face, my Christain appellation, nor do the additions in the compellation upon the items herewith returned, apply to me."
IRS SPECIFIC EXAMPLES
What follows are specific statements to be made to the Internal Revenue Service.
1.The IRS employees are not state judicial officers having power to issue
Orders or Judgments of any kind.
2.The mentioned de facto corporation (IRS) is a person subject to
jurisdiction of this state.
TRAFFIC COURT SPECIFIC EXAMPLES
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICS ONLY APPLY TO CALIFORNIA. For you to use the following examples in another State, the citations must be researched and changed to reflect the subject State's law.
1."Whereas, pursuant to the due process requirements of the Constitution and of the Statutes of 1927, Chapter 752, Section 40, appearance for violations of provisions of Motor Vehicle Act of 1913, as amended, are to be before a magistrate in the township wherein the alleged offense occurred, or before any magistrate in the county, if there is a municipal Court at the county seat. Therefore, said citation is mis-processed in said Municipal Court."
a. "Whereas Municipal Court emplo