An accounting perspective for court

By Joshua Gutierrez

“ I present this birth certificate not as evidence of my identity, but as evidence of my interest, and I’m here to release my interest for settlement of the “charge”. What is the amount needed for the release of settlement? ( the birth certificate is evidence of my foundational estate interest, not identity )

( do not cross the bar, so as not to appear on their surety-ship on land )

*the bc is not the interest, it is a claim to the interest certificate of Live Birth – the foundational security.

*this is a banker’s acceptance: the bc registration # 107-80-647898, to bill the estate is what they attempt. If you put up the estate as surety, they tap into the public estate to underwrite their securities, their bonds, to make them good/marketable.

*when you answer to the name/Name/NAME, the courts presume that you are going to put up your public estate as the surety. The document you sign, they take that as your banker’s acceptance, to put your estate as surety, to authorize them to underwrite their bonds/securities because we abandoned the foundational security of the birth certificate. The NAME/Name/name is a fictional clone, a title to the estate.

… or you just say :

“The estate doesn’t consent to underwrite your bonds”.

“interest for charge(s) assessed for value and consideration. In return please use my exemption and principal for post-settlement and closure of case number #___________ and cusip and autotris account #555555555 as this account is prepaid and exempt from levy.”

*whatever money they raised off their securities backed by your estate, belongs to you!

that money actually belongs to you, it’s your estate. ~ reclaim your securities!

• they attempt to try to tap into your estates – “what’s your name, … date of birth” they are identifying the estate.

giving them that information, “legally speaking”, authorizes them to plunder your estate – legal plunder = theft.

~ this is tantamount when dealing with banks, loan agencies, utility companies et al

If you can get a hold of their double bookkeeping entries, Thrift Financial Reports, balance sheets FR 2046, 2049, 2099 in accordance with FAS5-Accounting Standards Codification 450-20, FAS 95, FAS 133, FAS 125 (securitization accounting), NAICode, GAAP, GAAS, IFRS, Basel 3 accord, RC-S /RC-B, FFIEC call schedules… you’d see through that deceptive practice innocuously.

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