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Guthrie v Reality, District Court First Complaint 2013-02-11

Guthrie v Reality, District Court First Complaint 2013-02-11

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Padawan Paul Guthrie's latest attempt at having his Sacred Sperm of Citizenship lawsuit heard by the courts. (US District Court, Southern District of Indiana.)
Padawan Paul Guthrie's latest attempt at having his Sacred Sperm of Citizenship lawsuit heard by the courts. (US District Court, Southern District of Indiana.)

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Published by: patgund on Feb 13, 2013
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of America,
))
Sonia Sotomayor, the alleged
)
Supreme Court Justice of the United
)
States of America,
)
 
)
Jane Magnus-Stinson,
)
alleged Federal District Judge,
)
7th Judicial Circuit Indianapolis,
))
United States Congress;
)
United States Senate;
)
U.S. House of Representatives;
)
et al.;
)
 Defendants.
FIRST COMPLAINT AND PETITION FOR EMERGENCYINJUNCTION, DECLARATORY RELIEF, MANDAMUS, ANDQUO WARRANTO, DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
Plaintiff Paul Guthrie, a natural person pro se litigant appearing in proper person,files his complaint and petition for emergency injunction, declaratory relief,mandamus, and quo warranto against the defendants named above who areemployed agents or entities of the United Sates Government, alleging as follows:2
 
The foundation of Plaintiff Guthrie's suit are the two jurisdictions recognizedin the U.S. Constitution: (1) the original and pre-eminent
natural law
 jurisdiction represented by male and female citizens known as “We thePeople”, and (2) the
 positive law
jurisdiction represented by the threebranches of government created: the Legislative, Executive and Judicial.Given these opposite and opposed jurisdictions, i.e., one based on natural lawand the other on positive law, there are two corresponding types of U.S.citizens: (1) a U.S. citizen who
inherits
his or her rights of citizenship bynatural law, called a
natural born Citizen or a natural born U.S. Citizen,
and (2)a U.S. citizen who gains his or her citizenship by
 positive man-made law
, calleda
naturalized citizen
or a
naturalized U.S. Citizen
.A
natural born U.S. Citizen
inherits his or her citizenship only from a
U.S. State citizen father 
. A
naturalized citizen
gains his or her citizenship by
 positive law grant 
from the government. The only other difference betweenthese two types of citizens is that, by design, only a natural born Citizen of theUnited States may become a U.S. President.
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