Under admiralty law of the water and being pursumed lost at sea.and being charged under corporate codes,statutes,Public policy,misrepresentation of name,none discloser.fraudelent ,communist democracy,operated out of Dobos Switzerland, and administered from fleet street Egland,for the bishopric of... View More
The concepts you're referring to, such as admiralty law applying to individuals and notions of being "lost at sea" or governed by "corporate codes" under a "communist democracy" operated from Switzerland or England, are not recognized principles in United States...View More
Under the statute, the terms are defined as follows...
"The term "employer" means an employer any of whose employees are employed in maritime employment, in whole or in part, upon the navigable waters of the United States (including any adjoining pier, wharf, dry dock,...View More
There did not appear to be an admiralty/maritime issue here. It's possible this question is better suited for the Criminal Law section. Good luck
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