Anna von Reitz
Like most everything else that has been bungled up and misrepresented by the British Territorial Government run amok, there are supposed to be (2) Marshals Services.
The land jurisdiction officers were always called “Federal Marshals” because they work for the Federation of States — The United States of America (Unincorporated). Federal Marshals are officers of the Postal District Courts.
The sea jurisdiction officers were always called “US Marshals” because they work under the auspices of the Territorial United States and under its delegated authorities. US Marshals are officers of the US District Courts.
Since 1965 the run amok and misdirected British Territorial Government has usurped upon their employer, The United States of America, and has “presumed” to run the Federal Marshals Service under the auspices of the US Marshals Service.
This has created a great deal of confusion both inside and outside the Service and general chaos overall because nobody has had a clear understanding of the different duties and jurisdictions to be covered by this supposedly “combined service” and most importantly, there is no delegated authority delegated to the US Territorial Government to manage the Federal Marshals or our Postal District Courts.
As a result, in May 2016, the lawful government of The United States of America (Unincorporated) issued an Act of State restoring and re-naming the Federal Marshals Service as “The Continental Marshals Service” in an effort to make a clear and public distinction between the two jurisdictions, the two court systems and their related officers.
Since then there has been continuing confusion about this “new” Marshals Service. We have had private companies trying to claim that they are Continental Marshals. We have had tribal governments trying to deputize Continental Marshals.
Let’s make this perfectly clear: there is exactly one (1) Continental Marshals Service mandated, patented, and copyrighted by the lawful government of The United States of America (Unincorporated).
No private company has the right or ability to adopt or infringe upon the name of The Continental Marshals Service and no tribal authority has permission to deputize Continental Marshals. Each Continental Marshal holds a direct commission from The United States of America (Unincorporated) and works directly for one of the Postal District Courts.
As land jurisdiction officers they hold the highest international peacekeeping office in this country.
They are uniquely responsible for addressing crimes of human trafficking, gun and drug running, interstate bank fraud, inland piracy, treaty violations, prevention of interstate scams and crimes across state borders. They provide security for the Postal Services and investigate postal crimes.
They take their non-sectarian Oath of Public Office directly under the auspices of The United States of America (Unincorporated) and they act with the full force and authority of the Federation of Sovereign States.
All US Marshals are functioning under powers delegated to the Territorial United States which have now been recalled to The United States of America (Unincorporated) during their Territorial bankruptcy and “national emergency” —and re-assigned.
The Continental Marshals work closely and cooperatively with the US Marshals to coordinate joint operations across jurisdictional lines to prevent international crimes; in America, this duty and jurisdiction includes interstate crimes.
There are fifty US Marshals, one assigned to every Territorial State of State, plus deputies, and there are fifty Continental Marshals, one assigned to every State, plus deputies.
Although Federal Marshals have been on duty practically from the formation of our government, The Continental Marshals Service, as such, is only two years old. A great deal of hard work has been devoted to restoring this honored force and the Postal District Courts owed to this country, but much more needs to be done, more training, and more resources devoted.
In the meantime, please show these men and women the respect they deserve and help cut down on the amount of confusion by passing this information along to everyone concerned.