What else have I learned from the jury trial of my student Doug Herich? The Black Robes believe jury duty is mandatory. They have been tricked by State of California statute law that makes everyone eligible to be a juror except those who are specifically identified as ineligible.
Two prospective jurors on Doug Herich’s panel provided such poor English responses to the Black Robe’s questions he suggested that they didn’t want to be there. Of course, they don’t want to be there. Everyone knows if you can’t understand English you can’t be a juror. One of the prospective jurors clearly knew more English than she was letting on, but the other one was clearly unqualified. Those rounded up and herded into the jury pool feel something is terribly wrong with the government and they are being used to prop it up. People know when they are being tricked even though they don’t know how it’s being done or how to undo it.
No one was eligible to be a juror in Doug Herich’s trial because there were no domiciliaries of the State of California in the group of 38 prospective jurors who were provided by an official called the jury commissioner. The Black Robe, who was in charge of the trial, like everyone who works for the State of California thinks the State of California is everything and everywhere this side of Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Mexico and the Pacific Ocean.
Article 3 Section of the State of California Constitution of 1879 defines the State of California: “The State of California is an inseparable part of the United States of America, and the United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land.” My enrolled students know or are learning how to prove that the “State of California” in Article 3 is the territory owned by and ceded to the United States of America.
The California ProperTea Tax Tea Party is launched as an educational vehicle to teach the difference between California and the State of California. To learn how to throw a ProperTea Tax Tea Party, sign up as a student by contacting me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera