Landmark Case Reveals 150 Years of Constitutional Treason Committed by Federal Courts

Landmark Case Reveals 150 Years of Constitutional Treason Committed by Federal Courts

The Texas rancher was living his worst nightmare.  He was embroiled in an income tax case with the federal government that was intent on foreclosing on his ranch, taking everything  and leaving nothing due to unpaid liens.

The rancher’s effort to fight back turned the incident into a landmark case. On September 14, 2015, he filed a petition in United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Lufkin Division Case No. 9:14-CV-138 that challenged the Constitutional authority of the  feds to usurp the authority of the courts in Tyler County, Texas.

The United States had 14 days to respond, but remained silent, apparently the first and only time that the government failed to respond to a jurisdiction challenge.

The rancher was not dissuaded.  On September 30, 2015, he filed a Demand for Dismissal.  Again, there was no response.  How can the worst nightmare become even worse?  The rancher will likely answer that when the Federal Court in conjunction with the IRS is trying to illegally seize your property while ignoring your legal rights, this is about as bad as your nightmare can be.

All within the rights of the rancher, his petition claimed that the Federal Court  lacked the territorial and personal jurisdiction in Tyler Country, Texas, and demanded a dismissal of the case.  The text of the petition indicated that the law was on his side.

Read the next page to find out what happened to the Texas rancher and to the Constitutional rights of all Americans.

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