Affidavit of Truth of Citizenship Status

AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTH OF CITIZENSHIP STATUS
Be it known to all governments, government sub divisions, courts, and other parties, that I,
William D Duff am a natural, freeborn Sovereign Missourian, as described in 4 Wheat 402 as
quoted by Bouviers 14th edition law dictionary as it describes individual American sovereignty
and Hale vs. Henkel as it describes the nature of Citizen of the several States. I am neither subject
to any entity anywhere, nor is any entity subject to me. I neither dominate anyone, nor am I
dominated. I am expressly not a United States citizen residing in Missouri as comprehended by
the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America or the equivalent as
represented in the contemporary Missouri Constitutions. No federal or state declaration
regarding the status of my nature can alter that fact without diminishing my individually held
rights without my consent. I do not consent. I state here that I am of age of majority and
competent and knowledgeable of the following facts and law sufficient to assert this affidavit.
The nature of my status in America is described at 4 Wheat 402 as cited by Bouviers 14th edition
in definition ofSovereignty, to wit;
Bouvier's 14th edition Law Dictionary (quoting from 4 Wheat, 402): "It has been justly thought a
matter of importance to determine from what source the United States derives its authority... the
question here proposed is whether our bond of union is a compact entered into by the states, or
whether the Constitution is an organic law established by the People. To this we answer: We The
People ... ordain and establish this Constitution" ... the government of the state had only delegated
power (from the People) and even if they had an inclination, they had no authority to transfer the
authority of the Sovereign People. The people in their capacity as Sovereigns made and adopted
the Constitution; and it binds the state governments without the state's consent. The United
States, as a whole, therefore, emanates from the People and not from the states, and the
Constitution and laws of the states whether made before or since the adoption of that Constitution
of the United States, are subordinate to the United States Constitution and the laws made in
pursuance of it. The people are the Fountain of sovereignty. The whole was originally with them
as their own. The state governments are but trustees acting under a derived authority, and had no
power to delegate what is not delegated to them. But the people, as the original Fountain, might
take away what they have lent and entrust to whom they please. They have the whole title and as
absolute proprietors have the right of using or abusing. jus utendi et abutendi. It is a maxim
consecrated in public law as well as common sense and the necessity of the case that a Sovereign
is answerable for his acts only to his God and his own conscience … There is no authority above a
Sovereign to which an appeal can be made. "4 Wheat, 402 (Bouvier’s 14th edition Law
Dictionary: “Sovereignty”)
"The words "People of the United States" and "Citizens" are synonymous terms, and mean the
same thing. They both describe the political body that, according to our Republican institutions
form the sovereignty ... they are what we familiarly call the "Sovereign people", and every citizen
is one of these people and a constituent member of the sovereignty..." Wong Kim Ark. P. 914,
quoting Dred Scott vs. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393, 19 How 577. See also: Hancock vs. Carry Alcorn
Mining Co., Inc., Ky., 503 S. W. 2 d 710 Kentucky Constitution section 4; Commonwealth Ex
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