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How to go to court as a man – not as a PERSON – and win your case

August 20, 2017

Karl Lentz invokes queens bench … becomes i, a man not a PERSON and wins in court


queen’s bench = queen’s court = peoples court = common law court of record = common law court > all required is the presence of a JUDGE and 2 man (1 plaintiff/claimant + 1 defendant) and it can be held anywhere

standing of common law = the queen/king, the people and the land are one indivisible under God

statues and codes apply only to a ‘legal fiction’ aka as PERSON (your name in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS) – not to man

A man is a living, breathing human being created by God; a PERSON is a lifeless ‘legal fiction’ created by corporations, which are also ‘legal fictions’

* Plaintiff must appear – Biblical laws
* Establish your own Common Law Court of Record
Press It Upon the Record in Open Court
Nothing is true until it is ‘pressed upon the record’ in open court, which means a man (not a PERSON) must appear in court to state his claim against another man. Judge, prosecutor, plaintiff, defendant, court clerk, lawyer, company, manager, supervisor, representative, police, teacher, accountant, doctor, etc. are PERSONs.
* Karl Lentz Q&A – April 2014 #1 of 10
* Gus Breton YouTube Channel  

* Craig Lynch YouTube Channel
* Your birth certificate and Who you really are
* How to avoid criminal charges and Cestui Que Vie
* The difference between a man and a PERSON


For starters about Karl Lentz check out episodes #187 and #188 at Talkshoe:


The UnKommonlaw – Karl Lentz

Karl Lentz interview with Brian Gerrish of UK Column – YouTube

Uncommonlaw by Karl – Talkshoe

Plaintiff Must Appear

Truthjuice Birmingham

Man and Law

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