Crestone, CO asked in Admiralty / Maritime and Constitutional Law for Colorado

Q: I have been introduced to a legal experiment regarding constitutional law. Could someone evaluate the following ?

We are defrauded at birth and made a corporation under Admiralty Law.

The registration of live births in America and throughout the former British Empire, most of Europe, is used not to simply record the birth of babies, but to name commercial "vessels" after those babies. This Incorporation imposes indebtedness upon you via taxes, licenses, regulations, registrations, etc.

The IRS is actually (2) separate entities and privately owned, as is The Federal Bank.

This LEGAL EXPERIMENT is a process of Expatriating as a corporation (or un-incorporating and Repatriating as a National Sovereign Citizen by filing documents with County Land Use Dept and Gov. Agents.

1 Lawyer Answer
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Maritime Law Lawyer
  • Little Neck, NY

A: This does not appear to be something the average maritime practitioner dealing with ship collision, ship arrest, Jones Act, cruise ship, boating accident, or salvage cases would know about. A tax attorney might have deeper insight.

Tim Akpinar

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