Just spent an hour in a Nebraska County Court (Sarpy), The Officer could not produce fact evidence that the act took place “on” land that is a possession or territory “of” the United States.  Trial is Set to Continue.

I now understand that the “State” that the US Constitution with the USC calls a “State” of Nebraska is land in Nebraska owned by the USA.

Now the “State of Nebraska” is a grouped word title, different from the above singular word “State” and is therefore an entity (corporate), with its own land holding, yet being subject to its creator the USA.

So the land I was claimed to be traveling on without registration is of the “State of Nebraska” a corporate entity, (see accompanying Deed showing the highway where the stop occurred land owner) not of land “of” the United States which the statute requires to have force and effect of law.

Oh how tricky they have been, such a play on of words to trick us into believing US Court jurisdiction exists at this specific location.

So now I must direct examination the Officer and force him to admit ether the land is not “of” the United States, or admit he does not know and has not been able to bring that evidence to the Court, and if he says it is then I’ll demand he produce the fact evidence to support his statement.

For if the statement is not supported by fact it is only a belief then…..     Court of Appeals of Texas, Texarkana. May 4, 2012 366 S.W.3d 732      “An affidavit, based on the affiant’s “best knowledge and belief,” is no evidence of the facts asserted.”

Federal Rules of Evidence, 28 U.S.C.A. Rule 602. Need for Personal Knowledge

A witness may testify to a matter only if evidence is introduced sufficient to support a finding that the witness has personal knowledge of the matter. Evidence to prove personal knowledge may consist of the witness’ s own testimony. This rule does not apply to a witness’s expert testimony under Rule 703

Therefore – Court must dismiss because no evidence of the criminal charge took place in (on land) the claimed jurisdiction of where the written law has force and effect of law applies.

[[All Motor Vehicle violations must occur in the state, state is defined as:

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter 60 MOTOR VEHICLES >  60-666 State, defined.
60-666. State, defined.State shall mean a state, territory, or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a province of Canada. Source Laws 1993, LB 370, § 162.

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