Notice to United Nations Secretary-General

By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska

It has come to our attention that the United Nations mistakenly accepted applications made in our names and with presumptive evidence of a captured U.S. War Flag known as the Title IV Flag. For your explicit Notice— the Title IV Flag is our property; we set that proportion of our war flag aside for the use of our British Territorial Federal Subcontractors when they are exercising delegated powers.

The Subcontractor’s use under contract does not extend to actual ownership or capacity of any true possession of our Title IV Flag or any flag of ours at any time.

Claims of “abandonment” may be applied to those bankrupt corporations that left the Title IV Flag in Washington, DC, during their 1999 Bankruptcy closure, but that in no way changes the fact that all variations of the American flag including the Title IV Flag belong to us and to our sovereign government in international jurisdiction —-our unincorporated Federation of States doing business as The United States of America since 1776.

The actions of Mr. Russell J. Gould and Mr. David-Wynn Miller may have been well-intentioned or not; the fact remains that they acted as pirates, seized a flag belonging to us, and have not returned it.

They have instead sought to assert a personal ownership of the Title IV Flag which is not appropriate, consensual, or even possible.

The actual law that pertains is: “Possession by pirates does not change ownership.”The Title IV Flag as well as all variations and proportions of all our war and peace flags belongs to The United States of America.

Please correct and remove any offending records or agreements otherwise, and in the future, be aware that our lawful government is now in Session.

Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary — The United States of America

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