Sunday, December 12, 2010

"Redemptionism" pseudotheory held frivolous

Boggs v. United States, No. 7:10CV00516, 2010 WL 4955837, 2010 WL 4928837 (W.D. Va. Dec. 1, 2010):

The pseudotheory of “Redemptionism” holds, among other things, that the United States has no power or jurisdiction over actual human beings, whose names are spelled with initial capital letters, but only over fictitious entities, whose names are spelled out in all capital letters, as in the caption of court documents.  Boggs argues that since he is a real human being, unlike WILLIAM BOGGS, the allegedly fictitious entity named in this court's proceedings, those proceedings against him were invalid and must be dismissed.  Such argument is nonsensical and completely baseless.

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