I am actually a closet connoisseur of conspiracy theories and various forms of eccentricity. I don’t believe in them, but I’m fascinated by them and by those who do, especially those who believe enough to go to jail. This guy is a quality eccentric, right down to the manner of dress. The world would indeed be a duller place without people like this:
â€œI cannot maâ€™am,â€Â Tertelgte continued. â€œI have to honor the founders maâ€™am. I honor the memory of those who fought and died that we can be free of this type of thing.â€
Tertelgte was then ordered out of the court room and two officers asked him to stand up.
â€œIf I stand up I give you recognition,â€ he said. â€œNo, pick me up. I cannot give you recognition.â€
Awesome. The linked article includes video.
The American Bar is an offshoot from London Lawyers’ Guild & was established by people with invasive monopolistic goals in mind. In 1909 they incorporated this TRAITOROUS group in the state of Illinois & had the State Legislature (which was under the control of lawyers) pass an unconstitutional law that only members of this powerful union of lawyers, called the “ABA,” could practice law & hold all the key positions in law enforcement & the making of laws.
Attorneys also use the title “Esquire” which is, in the view of people who believe this, a title of nobility, and prohibited by the Constitution. You have to admit it has a certain logic to it. He did get up and scream about fringed flags in his arraignment, but declaring the Court to be administering British Ministerial Law is a new one I hadn’t heard of before.