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Private Attorney General confronts Mario Apuzzo, Esquire. re: the Qualifications Clauses in the Constitution
I started reading Apuzzo's analysis above, but immediately encountered so many errors, that I had to stop.
When I was doing the necessary research before writing "The Federal Zone," and before the Internet became widely available, it was very difficult and time-consuming to track down standing court cases which held that we have two (2) classes of citizens in America, not one class.  We've summarized those cases here:
The second class -- uniquely called "federal citizenship" -- did not even exist prior to the 1866 Civil Rights Act.
This can only mean that all 3 Qualifications Clauses refer to the one and only primary class of State Citizens, namely, Citizens of ONE of the States united.  See People v. De La Guerra:  "United States" in these clauses means "States united".
Although Mr. Apuzzo makes a valiant attempt to appear scholarly in his article above, he does his readers a great disservice by confusing those two classes, and by failing to identify any errors in the decisions he cites.
Most dramatically, the so-called Fourteenth amendment was never properly ratified:  Dyett v. Turner (27 < 28 !!)
Here is the proper and historically correct way to distinguish those two classes:
"Citizen of the United States" means State Citizen, i.e. Citizen of ONE OF the States united
"citizen of the United States" means federal citizen, i.e. citizen of the District of Columbia
Accordingly, he leaves his readers almost totally incapable of deciphering what Apuzzo, and the Courts he cites, really do mean when they persist in using the term "citizen parents" -- citizens of WHAT, please?
Things get even muddier when Apuzzo repeats the vague phrase "born in the United States".
It doesn't help Apuzzo's argument that the Supreme Court has now defined "United States" to have three (3) different legal meanings, each different from the other two.  Hooven & Allison v. Evatt.  Thus, "born in the United States" must have three different meanings too!
Because the three Qualifications Clauses refer to the one and only primary class of State Citizens, it necessarily follows that both parents would need to be State Citizens for their offspring to be eligible for the Office of President.
This conclusion necessarily follows from the fact that only one class of State Citizens existed when the Qualifications Clauses were being drafted.  See Pannill v. Roanoke for a ruling that is definitive, and dispositive, on this key point:
But, I have come to suspect that licensed attorneys in America remain as brainwashed as the "robes" they envy, because they cannot seem to rid themselves of this false and rebuttable myth that we presently have only one class of citizens in America.
If you are interested in pursuing these details much further, please have a look here:
Congress could not remove the obstacles identified in the Dred Scott decision solely by means of Federal legislation enacted by that Body.  Instead of proposing the correct constitutional amendment, Congress attempted to bypass Article V by creating a second class of federal citizens intended for black Americans who were recently freed by the Thirteenth Amendment banning slavery and involuntary servitude.
Thank you for your consideration.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964

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