Showdown at the Okay Corral

By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska

So Sheriff Richard Mack, whose work I have loyally supported for years, and his efforts to restore local control to county sheriffs — up to and including his landmark Supreme Court Case, Mack and Prinz v. USA, Inc., is dissing me in return and won’t let me participate in the Arise America Tour, because he has some unstated grudge against Americans restoring their own government?  

Oh, and he has never been willing to talk to me. Never read any of the books or evidence we’ve presented and delivered, all our overtures to just sit down over a cup of coffee and talk—- simply ignored. 

And this is a problem from the Head of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peacekeepers, because we, our properly declared State Assemblies, are the only organizations with standing as the government of this country.  

Any authority his Sheriffs have, ultimately comes from us.  The Americans.  Not the U.S. Citizens. 

So I am putting this “put up or shut up” message to Sheriff Mack, in public —him and his followers, all, and counting myself among them for the past thirty years. 

It’s time for a showdown, me and Richard Mack, mano a mano, to finish whatever misunderstandings or misinformation he is holding against me and against our Assemblies, once and for all.

Hear that, Sheriff Mack?  I am calling you out.  We need to settle whatever “issues” you have with me and with the actual State Assemblies, right about here and right about now. 

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