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THE PARDON AND EXONERATION ACT OF 2013

THE PARDON AND EXONERATION ACT OF 2013

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Enacted by the present day United States, in Congress assembled

Enacted by the present day United States, in Congress assembled

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Published by: The United States of America, 1781 on Jan 15, 2013
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The office of the Secretary of State for The United States of AmericaOffice hours: 9 A.M- 8:30 P.M. Monday
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FridayPhone: 1-951-389-0313Email: secretaryofstatefortusa@generalpost.org  Letterhead for International Business for the people for The United States of America only
THE PARDON AND EXONERATION ACT OF 2013
Comes Now, two affirmed American Nationals petitioning the United States, in Congressassembled to empower the Government of The United States of America, regardless of whichBranch of the Government of The United States of America, the power to exonerate and or  pardon anyone of the people for The U
 
nited States of America in non-injury cases. This Act,regardless of whether the accusation came from within the sphere of The United States of America or outside of the sovereign sphere of The United States of America is with the intent tofulfill the slogan on the Great Seal of The United States of America.One of the people for The United States of AmericaOne of the people for The United States of AmericaBE IT ENACTED, by the United States, in Congress assembled THE PARDON ANDEXONERATION ACT OF 2013
 
ENACTMENT CLAUSE: The United States, In Congress assembled accepts and acknowledgesthe power of the people to pardon and exonerate anyone of the people for The United States of America for any non-injury accusation within The United States of America. Although, these powers are broad in scope, the United States, in Congress assembled accepts and acknowledgesthat the Government of The United States of America is needed in these matters when dealingwith foreign governments or corporations.Therefore, BE IT DELEGATED, by the United States, in Congress assembled that the following bodies within The United States of America shall be delegated the power to pardon and

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