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File Number: 1 7 A825927281 5


Date Filed: 8,2512017 3:0S PM
UCC FINANCING STATEMENT
John R. Asheroft
Secretary of $tate
B. E-MAIL CONTACT AT FILER {optionaD

C. SENO ACKNOWLE9GMENT TO: (Name md Address)

Michael Fullilove
- C/o 3916 n florissant 205
- Saint, MO 631076310
-
THE ABOVE SPACE IS FOR FILING OFFICE USE ONLY

Page 1 of 3

1, OEBTOR'S fAME: Provids onty glt nme {!a or 1b} {ure exact, tll nme: do not omit. modl,y, or abbreviat. any part ol the Debtor's nm); if ey part of the lndiyidual Debtor's
Oebtor
nam6wiltnoi6tinthelinelb,ieayeallofitemlblank,checkhee [] edprovidethelndividualDebtorlnfomationiniteml0oftheFlnancingstatementAddendum(FomUCC'IAD)
1 e. ORGANIZATION'S l{AME
MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE
OR
1b. INDIVIDUAL'S SURNAIIIE FIRST PERSOI'IAL I{AME AODITIONAL NAME(S)'INITIALS SUFFIX

1c. L4AlLlNG ADDRESS CITY STATE DAqTAI COUNTRY


'ANE
P.O. BOX 33008 BALTIErcRE MD 21290+008 USA
Prorid. only 9M Dlbtor nams (2a o. 2b) (u6o 6xact, full namci do not omit, modify, or lbbreviato any part of the O6btor's nme); if ey
part of th. indiyidurl O.btor's
namewillrctftinthelire2b, le&eeltlofit6m2blsnk,chcckh6re f---l mdprovidethclndhidualDebiorlnfomatiofinit6mtOoftheFinecinggtatcm.ntAddendun(FomUCCIAD!
2a. ORGANIZATION'S NAME

OR
2b. INDIVIDUAL'S SURNAME FIRST PERSONAI- NAME ADDITIONAL NAMEiSYINITIALS SUFFIX
FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY
2c. MAILINGADDRESS CITY STATE POSTAL CODE COUNTRY
3916 n florissant 205 ST,LOUIS MO 631 07 USA
3. SECURED PARTY'S NAME (or t.lAUE of ASSIGNEE of ASSIGNOR SECUEED PARTy): Prcyide onty one S!.@d Farty nm6 (3a or3b)

3a, ORGANIZATION'S I'IAME

OR
3b- INDIVIDUAL'S SURNAME FIRST PERSONAL NAME ADDTTTONAL NAME(S)ANtTiAL(S) SUFFIX
Sha'ul'Me'el Marshawn ShilohWuaya
3c. UIAILI},IG ADORESS CITY STATE POSTAL CODE COUNTRY
C/o 3916 n florissant 205 St.louis MO 531 07 USA

4" COLLATERAL: This firancing sta(.ment cov.B th+ following collal.Eli

Debtors: MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLIIOVE. FULLILOVE MICHAEL AI.ITHONY are CESTUI OUE VIE TRUSTS utilized in commerce
fcr
the bnefit of the Secured Party. The Secured party is a Sdimensional living soul, flesh and blood Melaninite
Male
Who is Autoctrthonous. lndigenous and Descendant otthe original peoples of: Turtle lsland, Muu-Lan, Altan, Amexem,

5. Check oniy if applicable aad oflyore boxi Collateal is f__]held in a Trsl (see UCClAd, item l7 id instructiofsi L_l bing administered by a Deceder*'s Parfal ReprsBntalve

one
Tnnsaction Tmsaction E4A Debtor is a Transmiting Lltility f Agricultrral Lien f No*UCC riting

7. ALTERNATIVE DESlGtrtATloN (if applicable): f Lessee&esw f ConsigneeiConsignor l-l$etlerlBuyer ffiBaiteetBailor f_Licensee.rlicensor


B. OPTIONAL FILER REFERENCE DATA

ucc FllrAficrHc STATEMENT (FORM UCCr) (REV.08128120t3)


Page 2 of 3
U.CC FINANCING STATEMENT ADDENDUM

9- NAME OF FIRS
n,:aa!se .j uduel Llei:nr {r;in d.C .ri Xi. alrertri
fj
MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE

1 O. DEBIOR'S NAME
do

10a ORGANJZqTION,S t'l/qME

1Ob, INDIVIDLLAL'S SURMMF

INDIVIDUALS ADDITIONAL NAME(SYIN'TIAL{S}

10c. L,lAlLlNGAODRESS

f] aoorrror,nl sEcuRED pARTy,s t.ta[,{E o, I asstcruon sEcuRED pARTys NAME: Preide onty !!e name {11a 1b)
l

OR
1 lb. t|,lDtVlDLALS SUR|,IAIVE
FIRSTPERSCML NAME
ADD]T|OML NAME(SytNlltAL{S} SUFFIX

CITY
srArE eosraLcoor ;ourmY
12 ADDrrrot.tel spAce roE]ifficotta".D, I
Land of the Frogsl MISNoMER] North-Americal.
The secured Party secures All Rights. Tiiles
corlateral as received bv corporate / Gor"rrrit Jnterests to
t n.gJii#llrenteo corpor"tiLnr?no erejie'represeruedAll
sar'te but noi iimtted to. pionrrs Hypotheica, riereartailents-les by rhe
and The Energy and rhe ALiCAPS names
Debtors/Trammittinq Uriliti;s us uny unO .fl O"riruiirl"J of
Party Ace epts lor \lalue Honor "i-*utt variations o, an alt capitats name. Secured
& consioeiation
and instruments attributed to the.debtors(ucc
nli.nii[J**t.
""0 r.onr and back of AllAon"rion,
contracts. trusts
amendments to thrs filino *ll nt-bJ,.t!"
s-+oil.L" ii"n';u mor dischargeable in Bankrultcy court, ALL
wa rnt'signu;ri of the secured party in accord wth c.mmerciar
securitvAgfeement-dostszoz"otz 5go rniro-partvinte;;;;;;r.herebyBARREDfrominvotvemenr,*ithrhis
shiroh \,vivava secured puitv 5gn;iri" ucc
mfl*?r[,grhawn r-s-oe Ar niqnl, R;r"*"i. Registered Mair No RA
* [ *i"rnstc,*n"t^r=*a*,@ ft is FIi{ANCING
REAL ESTATE RECORDS SII-ATEMEM-
[if applicable] cmtmOertolecr-t
f] fl @sEcsdractedco,tdqet
tS tta*"anOuOOr"a.@ is ilsd as a f,xtfe fkng.
16. Descripiion of real estAe:
{i f Debtor does not h@ s record ,rteBt}:

1 7, MISCETTANEOUS:

UCC FINANCING STATEMEHT ADDE


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UCC FINANCING STATEMENT


FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS

A. NAME & PHONE OF CONTACT AT FILER (optional)

B. E-MAIL CONTACT AT FILER (optional)

C. SEND ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO: (Name and Address)

l-ntarshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'el


38o 40' 6" N.lat; 90o 12'37" W. long

:Cahokia, :Atlan / :Turtle-Island


l_ c/o 3916 N.FLORISSANT, ST.LOUIS MO[63107] _l
THE ABOVE SPACE IS FOR FILING OFFICE USE ONLY

name will not fit in line 1b, eave all of item 1 blank, check here and provide the individual Debtor Lnformatron in item 10 of the Financing Statement Addendum (Form UCCIAd)
!
1a. ORGANlZAT ON,S NAI\,,IE

MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE


OR
1b ]NDiVIDUAL'S SURNAI\,4E FIRST PERSONAL NAI\,4E ADDITIONAL NAME(SYIN]IIAL(S) SUFFIX

1C, MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATE POSTAL CODE COUNTRY


P.O. Box 33008 BALTIMORE MD 21290-3008 US

name will not fit in I ne 2b, leave all of rtem 2 blank. check here and provlde ihe lndlvldual Debtor information in item 1O of the Financing Statement Addendum (Fom UCCIAd)
I

OR
2b. INDIVlDUAL'S SURNAME FIRST PERSONAL NAME ADDITIONAL NAM E(SYINITIAL(S) SUFFIX

FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY


2c. MAILING ADDRESS CITY TE POSTAL CODE
3916 I.{.FLORTSSANT ST.LOUIS MO $rc1 USA
SECURED PARTY'S NAME (oTNAMEofASSIGNEEofASSIGNORSECUREDPARTY): ProvideonlyglgSecuredPartyname(3aor
3a, ORGANIZATION.S NAME

OR
3b, ] NDIVIDUAL'S SURNAME FIRST PERSONAL NAME ADDITIONAL NAME(SYINITIAL(S) FX
Sha'ul'Me'El Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya
3c, MAILINGADDRESS 3lT Y STATE ros TAL CODE Y

clo3916 N.FLORISSANT ST.LOUIS MO [ 63107] Tui


COLLA This rinancing statemont covere the following collateral
Debtors: MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY are CESTUI QUE VIE TRUSTS
utilized in commerce for the benefit of the Secured Party. The Secured party is a 3-dimensional living soul, flesh and blood
Melaninite Male Who is Autochthonous, Indigenous and Descendant of the original peoples of: Turtle Island, Muu-Lan,
Altan, Amexem, Land of the FrogsI MISNOMER: North America]. The Secured Party Secures All Rights, Titles Interests to
AII Collateral as received by Corporate / Government Registries, related Corporations and Pledge represented by the same
but not limited to: Pignus, Hypotheica, Hereditaments, res and The Energy and the ALL CAPS names of
Debtors/Transmitting Utilities as well as any and all derivatives and variations of an all capitals name. Secured Party
Accepts for Value, Honor & Consideration ALL endorsements front and track of ALL Adhesions contracts, trusts and
instruments attributed to the debtors(UCC 3-401).This Lien is NOT dischargeable in Bankruptcy Court, ALL amendments
to this filing will be by: the Red Wet Ink Signature of the Secured party in accord with Commercial Security Agreement - .
020519762A17 . Third-Party Intervenors are hereby BARRED from involvement with this transaction.

,
Secured Party Signature. UCC 1-308 All Rights Reserved.
5. Check g0[y if applicable and check ggly one box: Collaterai is held in a Trust (see UCClAd, item '17 and Instructions) administered by a Decedent's Personai Representative
6a. Check qdy if applicable and check gdy one box: 6b. Check qoly if applicable and check q0ly one box
Public-Finance Transaclion Manufaciured-Home Transaction A Debtor is a Transmitting Utility Agricultural Lien Non-LICC Filing

7. ALTERNATIVE DES|GNATION (if applicable) Seller/Buyer Bailee/Bailor Licensee/Licensor

8. OPTIONAL FILER REFERENCE DATA:

lnternational Association of Commercial Administrators (IACA)


FILING OFFICE COPY UCC FINANCING STATEMENT (Form UCCI) (Rev. 04/20/1 1)
Security Agreement
NON.NEGOTIABLE NON-TRANSFERABLE
Filed for record
Gommercial Securitv Aqreement - 020519762017
Parties:

Debtor # 1
MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE
3916 N.FLORISSANT
ST.LOUIS, MISSOURI
631 07

Registration of Live Birth / Birth Certificate Number:

Debtor # 2
FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY
P.O. Box 33008
Baltimore, Maryland
21 290-3008

Social Security Number: Front: {?f-7e$iE ; Back: C,'*l; 7 4i'7'i')'


SECURED PARTY
Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'el
38o 40'6" N.lat; 90'12' 37" W.long
lllini, :Atlan / :Turtle-lsland

c/o 3916 N.FLORISSANT


ST.LOUIS, MISSOURI
631 07

Securitv Aqreement
This Security agreement("Agreement") is made and entffinto on /tr,.:i, j,=rr-; i.i"i, ,2017 by
and between the Secured Party, Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'df and the Straw
man/Dummy corporations: MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE, FULLILOVE MICHAEL
ANTHONY and all AKA'S and DBA's. NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby agreed as follows: ln
consideration for the SECURED PARTY agreeing to provide certain collateral goods, identified herein
below, and certain accommodations to the DEBTOR including, but not limited to, allowing the
DEBTORS to act as implements utilized for the purpose of transmitting commercial activity for the
benefit of the SECURED PARTY to the extent that the context othenarise required , for the purpose of
conducting traffic in commercial activity, as a pipeline for the transmission of goods and chattel
property and paper and as security for payment of all sums due , or to become due or owing by
DEBTORS to SECURED PARTY, DEBTORS hereby grants to SECURED PARTY for valuable
consideration a security interest in the collateral described herein below and agree to provide to
SECURED PARTY the lndemnification Bond also contained herein below. Securing the indebtedness
and agrees that the SECURED PARTY shall have the rights in this agreement with respect to the
collateral in addition to all other rights which SECURED PARTY may have by law. The security
interest granted herein secures any and all indebtedness and liabilities whatsoever, owned by
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DEBTORS to Secured Party whether direct of indirect, absolute or contingent due or to become due,
now existing or hereafter arising and howsoever evidenced. This security interest is also given to
secure any other debts, which may be owed by DEBTORS to Secured party from time to time as
stated herein below: MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY( and
ALL A.K.A's, D.B.A's and derivations thereof)
Social Security Number: {*q'7f.-:iqr ; Back: C"'sf X4el,'}f :-
Before any of the above or below following property can be exchanged, sold , tendered or in any
manner disposed of, there must be compensation to the Secured Party for the property. The property
now owned and hereafter acquired includes, but not limited to proceeds, products, accounts and
fixtures from crops, mine head, wellhead, with transmitting utilities etc., wages, all income , cottages,
houses, AII accounts, contract Rights, Chattel Paper, general lntangibles, lnventory, Equipment and
Fixtures, Whether owned now or acquired later, all accessions, additions, replacements, and
substitutions; all records of any kind relating to any of the foregoing and below; all proceeds (including
insurance, bond, general intangibles and accounts proceeds) togetherwith all other real and personal
property with all and singular, the improvements, ways , streets, alleys, driveways, passages, rights,
iiberties, privileges, immunities, hereditaments, and appurtenances, claim and demand whatsoever of
the said DEBTORS, in law, equity, othenvise however, of , in and to the same and every part thereof
including but not limited to the following: Allwages, salaries, commissions, bonuses, tips and
advances: All automobiles, and/or other vehicles; All agreements and/or contracts, including mail
delivery contracts; Iicenses, registrations, validation stickers, including voter registration, permits and
applications certificates and memberships; All property leases, equipment leases and others; All
Ouitdings used for business or storage under DEBTORS' control, lease or ownership; All military
Service Discharge papers or Related documents; All fuel tanks; All bank accounts; All uncashed
checks; AII offshore accounts; All property, real intellectual and stocks, furniture, bank accounts, all
foreign bank accounts, all international bank accounts, accounts receivable , accounts payable,
insurance policies , claims, permits, manuals, ledgers, journals, photographs, misce,llaneous papers,
notes, receipts, copiers, computers, answering machines, typewriters, inventory, and any related
tools of trade of any business enterprise, including title of any office; all trusts, partnerships and
limited partnerships; all corporations and limited liability companies; All bibles and bible study
materials; Baptism Certificates, all Religious , incorporated and denominational certificates ,
documents , memberships and registrations; All books, documents, records, All household stuff,
including goods, furniture, accessories and related items; All baggage and all articles of necessity and
comfort ; All antique furniture, statues vases, paintings, prints and accessories, including allwatches
and clocks; All household appliances, all warranties; All foods, victuals, cleaning supplies, soaps,
detergents, and related items. All invested securities, Stocks, bonds, Mutual funds, options, futures,
warrants, insurance poticies, IRA's,401-k's, RSP's, RRIF's,, Funds and pension plans, and related
investment properties and claims; All bills of exchange negotiable and non-negotiable; All copyrights,
All trade-marks, all patents, All inventions, designs, herbal formulations, process license rights, and
warranties: All degrees, certificates and licenses from any and all schools, universities, colleges and
educational, trade or vocational schools and related institutions; All research materials and related
items and papers; All crystal; All Clothing, furs , jewelry and related items; All coin, currency, and
Federal reserve Notes; ioyalties, issues and profits; All gifts; All luxury items , All hunting, fishing,
archery, and target equipment, and camping and sporting goods and related items; All computers,
ALL video and audio tapes, disks and records, duplicating equipment and related items,; All office
furniture, accessories and supplies includlng typewriters, calculators and facsimile machines; All
transportable business vending equipment, food supplies and cost of goods; All transmissions,
communications and conversations, via telephone, facsimile, electronic mail, standard mail, private
mail or other; All books, magazines, pamphlets, brochures, files, manuals , notes and all
miscellaneous papers, calendars, photographs and library accessories and materials; All telescopes,
binoculars and optical devices and related equipment and devices. All security equipment, supplies,
and related equipment; All collectibles, including coins, stamps, paper money, bullion ; Allwelders,
welding tools, and equipments, oxycetylene torches, generators, mechanical tools, tools, ladders, tool
boxes, jacks, carpenter tools, and related equipment; All subscriptions; All library cards; All
identification cards(lD); All credit and/or charge cards; All bank cards; All amber rights; All utilities
services and account numbers for business or home; All real property and all and singular
improvements thereon erected, grounds, buildings, appurtenences , hereditaments , tenements,
piping, wiring, plumbing, easements, utilities, there onto; togetherwith any and all banks, beds,;All
freedoms from trespass; All rights and freedoms from nuisance; All finger prints, photograph pictures,
records or negatives; all negatives, all paintings, drawings, and signatures and additionally:
MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONYoT othenrvise titled birth
registration document whether county, state, municipal , provincial, federal , or other either ascribed
or derived from the name of DEBTORS, and all documents and/or instruments created using said
birth documents; and all documents and/or instruments created using said identification number, and
all documents and/or instruments created using said license number of MICHAEL ANTHONY
FULLILOVE, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONYand ALL A.K.A's, D.B.A's and derivations thereof)
and all documents and/or instruments created using said Social Social Security Number and all
proceeds thereof; and all documents and/or instruments created using said SSN and all proceeds
thereof; All DEBTOR'S contract accounts, U.S Treasury accounts; and all proceeds thereof; and all
documents and/or instruments created using said , all proceeds thereof used within said Treasury
Accounts of DEBTOR'S corporations, business trusts and trusts and ANY type of property held for my
benefit by either myself or others, held by the SECURED PARTY is satisfied to full and
acknowledgement of the same is completed.

THE DEBTORS ARE TRANSMITTING UTILITIES


The DEBTORS agree to notify all employers and creditors of the same; as all of DEBTORS wages
are property of the SECURED PARTY and are noticed accordingly. This private held security
Agreement is not dischargeable in Bankruptcy, as the holder's property is exempt from levy. The
Secured Party Accepts all signatures in accord with UCC 3-419, UCC 3-401. The entry of the
DEBTORS in the Commercial Registry and the following property:

All of the above is Accepted forvalue and Consideration(UcC 3-401) ; and the attached SECURITY
AGREEMENT, and is Exempt from levy. Adjustment of this filing is from public policy HJR-192 /
Public Law 73-10 and UCC 1-103. All proceeds Products, accounts and fixtures and Orders there
from are released to the Debtor.

2. The above is part of the Original filing as all proceeds, products, accounts and fixtures of the
OFFER. Public Offering is accepted for value and is exempt from levy. Secured Party holds all
interest in the Debtor and lnstruments in the Debtor's Trust and Possession. Adjustment in accord
with Public Policy HJR-'I92 of June 5,1933 and Public Law 73-10. See: Public Law 79-819.

INDEMNITY CLAUSE
Know ALL men by these presents, that We MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE
, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONYaTe held firmly bound unto Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul
me'el (Secured Party) in the sum of present collateral Values and any debts or losses claimed by bny
and all persons against the Commercial Transactions and lnvestments of aforesaid collateral up to
the penal sum of ( $9 Billion U.S. Dollars ) amount lawful money of the United States, for the
payment of which well and truly he made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators
and third party assigns, jointly and severally and firmly by these presents. The Conditions of the
above bond is, whereas the Collateral described herein above and utilized for the purpose of
transmitting goods in commercial activity by the debtor are in pursuance of the Statues in such .rt"
J"
made, provided and indentured to the Secured party by which indenture the said DEBTOR
covenanted to do certain things as stated in this agreement.
The Conditions of this obligation are such that if Secured party suffers any loss of Vested Rights in
the said Collateral Property or Monetary losses due to debts claimed agalnst the aforesaid Collateral
Property, or the DEBTOR, who binds himself by this obligation to make advance payments to or from
DEBTOR'S U.S. Treasury accounts, established under lMF, accounts to any and allwho make debt
claims against any of the collateral or vested rights in said Collateral of Secured party, The Obligation
shall land the DEBTOR in all respects to fully and faithfully comply with all applicable provision of law.
This bond shall effect as of the date hereon and shall remain in full force and effect until the
(SECURED PARTY) is released from liability by the written order of the UNITED STATES
Government and provided that the Debtor may cancel this bond at any time and be relieved of further
liability Hereunder by delivery within thirty(30)days, written notice to the Secured Party. Such
cancellation shall not effect any liability incurred or accrued by Debtor hereunder prior to the
termination of said thirty(30) day period. The Debtor will promptly reissue a bond before the end of
the thirty (30) day period for an amount equal or greater than the value of this instrument unless the
parties agree othenrvise.

The Debtor(lndemnifying Party), without the benefit of discussion or division, does hereby agree,
covenant and undertake to indemnify, defend and hold the Secured Party(lndemnified Party)
harmless, from and against any and all claims, losses, liabilities, costs, interests and
expenses(hereinafter referred to as "claims" or a "claim") lncluding, without restriction all legal costs,
interests, penalties and fines suffered or incurred by the Secured Party arising as a result oittre
Secured Party having its personal guarantee with respect to any loan or general indebtedness of the
DEBTOR including without in any way restricting the generality of the foregoing amount owing by the
DEBTOR to all Creditors.

The lndemnifying Party( Debtor) shall promptly advise the lndemnified Party(Secured Party) of any
claim and provide the same with full details thereof, including copies of any'document,
correspondence, suit or action received by or served upon the lndemnifying Party( Debtor). The
lndemnifying Party( Debtor) shall fully cooperate with the lndemnified Party(Secured Party) in any
discussion, negotiation or other proceedings relating to any claim.

OBLIGATION OF THE DEBTORS


DEBTORS warrant and covenant to Secured Party as follows:

ORGANIZATION, DEBTORS are a: Transmitting Utility and a corporation, business trust which is
duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the United States.

AUTHORIZATION. The execution, delivery, and performance of this Agreement by DEBTORS' has
been duly authorized by all necessary action by (a) organization, or bylaws, or any agreement or
other instrument binding upon DEBTOR or (b) any law, governmental regulation , court decree or
order applicable to DEBTOR.
PERFECTION OF SECURITY INTEREST. DEBTORS'agrees to execute such financing statements
and to take whatever other actions are requested by SECURED PARTY to perfect and continue
SECURED PARTY interest in the Collateral. Upon request of SECURED PARTY, DEBTORS'will
deliver to SECURED PARTY any and all documents evidencing or constituting this Collateral
DEBTORS' promptly will notify SECURED PARTY of any change in DEBTORS' name including any
change To the assumed business names of DEBTORS. This is a continuing Security agreement and
will continue in effect even though all or any part of the lndebtedness is paid in full and even though
for a period of time DEBTORS' may not be lndebted to Secured party.
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ENFORCEABILITY OF COLLATERAL. To the extent the Collateral consists of accounts, contract


rights, chattel paper, or general intangibles, the Collateral is enforceable in accordance with its terms,
iJgenuine and complies with applicable laws concerning for, content, and manner of preparation and
execution and all persons appearing to be obligated on the Collateral have authority and capacity to
contract and are in fact obligated as the appear to be on the Collateral.

REMOVAL OF COLLATERAL. DEBTOR shall keep the Collateral( or to the extent the Collateral
consists oi intangible property such as accounts, the records concerning the Collateral) at DEBTOR'S
address shown above, or at such locations as are acceptable to Principle. Except in the ordinary
course of its business, including sales of inventory, DEBTOR shall not remove the Collateral from its
existing locations without the prior written consent of the SECURED PARTY. to the Extent that the
collateral consists of vehicles or other titled property. DEBTOR shall not take or permit any action
which would require registration or sale or disposal without the prior written consent of the
SECURED PARTY.
TRANSACTIONS INVOLVING COLLATERAL. Except for inventory sold or accounts collected in the
oiOinary course of DEBTOR'S business, DEBTOR SHALL NOT SELL, OFFER TO SELL, OR
OTHERWISE transfer or dispose of the Collateral. DEBTOR shall not pledge, mortgage, encumber or
othenruise permit the Collateral to be subject to any lien, security interest encumbrance, or charge,
other than the security interest provided for in this agreement, without the prior written consent of the
SECURED PARTY. this includes security interests even if junior in right to the security interest
granted under this Agreement. Unless waived by SECURED PARTY, all proceeds from any
disposition of the Collateral(for whatever reason) shall be held in trust for SECURED PARTY and
shall not be commingled with any other funds; provided however , this requirement shall not
constitute consent b! Secured party to any sale or other disposition. upon receipt, dEgtOR snatt
immediately deliver any such proceeds to SECURED PARTY

Title. DEBTOR represents and warrants to Secured Pa(y that it holds good and marketable title to
tfre Collateral, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except for the lien of this agreement. No
financing statement covering any of the Collateral is on file in any public office, other than those
which reflect the security interest created by this agreement or which Secured party has specifically
consented.

DEBTOR shall defend the SECURED PARTY'S right in the Collateral against the claims and
demands of all other persons.

MATNTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF COLLATERAL. DEBTOR shall maintain all tangible


@hoitionandrepair'DEBToRwillnotcommitorpermitdamagetoofdestruction
of the Collateral or any part of the Collateral. Secured Party and its designated
representatives and agents shall have the right at all reasonable times to examine, inspect and audit
the Collateralwhere ever located.

DEBTOR shall immediately notify SECURED PARTY of all cases involving the return, rejection,
repossession, loss or damage of, or to ,any Collateral.

TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND LIENS. DEBTOR will pay when due all taxes, assessments and liens
upon ifre Collateral its use or operation, upon the Agreement, upon any promissory note or notes
evidencing the indebtedness, or upon any of the Related Documents. DEBTOR may withhold any
such payment or may elect to contest any lien of DEBTOR is in good faith conducting an appropriate
proceeding to contest the obligation to pay and so long as Agent's interest in the Collateral is not
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jeopardized in Agent's sole opinion. lf the Collateral is subjected to a lien which is notdischarged
within nineteen(i9) days, DEBTOR shall deposit with Secured Party cash, as sufficient corporate
surety bond or other security satisfactory to Secured party in an amount adequate to provide for the
disch-arge of the lien plus any interest, costs, reasonable attorney's fees or other charges that could
accrue is a result of foreclosure or sale of the Collateral. ln any contest DEBTOR shall defend itself
and DEBTOR shall satisfy any final adverse judgment before enforcement against Collateral

COMpLTANCE WITH GOVERNMENTAL REQUIREMENTS. DEBTOR shall comply promptly with all
taws, orOinances and regulations of all governmental authorities , applicable to the production,
disposition or use of the Collateral DEBTOR may contest in good faith any such law, ordinance or
regulation, and withhold compliance during any proceeding, including appropriate appeals, so long as
AgLnt's interest in the Collateral in Secured Party's opinion is not jeopardized

DEBTORS RTGHT TO POSSESSION. Until default, DEBTOR may have possession of the tangible
person-al property and beneficial use of all the Collateral and may use it in any lawful manner not
inconsistent with this agreement or the related documents, provided that DEBTOR'S right to
possession and beneficial use shall not apply to any Collateral where possession of the Collateral by
SECURED PARTY is required by law to perfect SECURED PARTY Security interest in such
Collateral. lf SECURED PARTY at any time had possession of any Collateral whether before or after
an event of default, SECURED PARTY shall be deemed to have exercised reasonable care in the
custody and preservation of the Collateral, if SECURED PARTY takes such action for that purpose as
DEBTOR shall request or as the SECURED PARTY, in the SECURED PARTY' sole discretion, shall
deem appropriate under the circumstances, but failure to honor any request by DEBTOR shall not of
itself be deemed to be a failure to exercise reasonable care. Secured Party shall not be required to
take any steps necessary to preserve any rights in the Collateral against prior parties, nor to protect,
preserve or maintain any security interest given to secure the Collateral.

EXPENDITURES BY SECURED PARTY. DEBTOR must discharge or pay any amounts under this
AgreementJ.cluding without limitation all taxes, liens, security interest, encumbrances, and other
cllims, at any time levied or placed on the Collateral. DEBTOR also may(but shall not be obligated to
incurred or paid
) pay all cost for insuring, maintaining and preserving the Collateral. All expenditures
by the DEBTOR for any purposes will then bear interest at the rate charged under the law.

NATION OF DEBITS TO PARTY


DEBfOR agrees that the lnGOteOness of the DEBTOR to the Secured Party, whether now existing
or hereinafter created, shall be prior to any such claim that a Third Party may now have or hereafter
acquire against DEBTOR whether or not DEBTOR becomes insolvent. DEBTOR hereby expressly
subordinates any claim DEBTOR may have against Secured Party, upon any account whatsoever, to
any claim that the Secured Party may now or hereafter bare against DEBTOR. ln the event of
insolvency and consequent liquidation of the assets of DEBTOR, through bankruptcy, by an
assignment for the benefit of creditors, by voiutttary liquidation, or othenruise the assets of the
DEBTOR applicable to the payment of the claims of Secured Party , Debtor does hereby assign to
Secured party all claims which it may have acquired against DEBTOR or against any assignee or
trustee in the bankruptcy of DEBTOR, provided however, that such assignment shall be effective {or
the purpose of assuring to Secured Party full payment in legal tender of the indebtedness. lf the
Secured party so requests, any notes or credit agreements now or hereafter evidencing any debts or
obligations oiOf A1OR to Third Party shall be marked with a legend that the same are subject to this
auiliorized in the name of the DEBTOR from the time to execute and file financing statements and
continuation statements and to execute such other documents and to take such other actions as

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Secured Party deems necessary or appropriate to perfect, preserve and enforce Secured Party's
rights under this Agreement.
M iscellaneous Provisions
the following miscellaneous provisions area is part of this agreement
Amendments This agreement together with the related documents, constitutes the entire
understanding and agreement of the parties as to the matters set forth in this agreement. No
alteration of or amendment to this Agreement expressly or orally shall be affective unless
expressed in writing and signed by the party of the parties sought to be charged or bound by the
alteration or amendment.

APPLICABLE LAW . This Agreement has been delivered to Secured party and accepted by Secured
Party in THE STATE OF MISSOURI,. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in
accordance with the laws of THE STATE OF MISSOURI,.

ATTORNEY'S FEES, EXPENSES, DEBTOR. Secured party may pay someone else to help enforce
this agreement and DEBTOR shall pay the Costs and expenses of such enforcement Costs and
expenses include Secured Party's reasonable attorney's fees and legal expenses whether or not
there is a lawsuit, including reasonable attorney's fees and legal expenses for bankruptcy proceeding(
and including efforts to modify or vacate any automatic stay or injunction), appeals, and any
anticipated post-judgments collections services DEBTOR also shall pay all court cost and such
additional , fees as may be directed by the court.

NOTICE: Except for revocatlon notices by Debtor, all notice required to be given by either party to the
other under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be effective when actually delivered or when
deposited with a nationally recognized overnight courier or when deposited in the united States mail,
first class postage prepaid. Addressed to the party to whom the notice is to be given at the address
shown above or to such other addresses as either Party may designate to the other in writing.

INTERPRETATION. ln all cases where there is more than one DEBTOR or the DEBTOR'S principles,
The United States lNC. , or THE STATE OF MISSOURI,, is in any way involved, then all words used
in the Agreement in the singular shall be deemed to have been used in the plural where the context
and construction so requires and where there is more than one DEBTOR named in a Claim or when
this Agreement is executed on more than one DEBTOR the words "DEBTOR" respectfully shall mean
all and any one or more of them.
SEVERABILITY. Should any portion of this agreement be judicially determined to be invalid or
unenforceable, the remainder of the Agreement shall not be affected by such determination and shall
remain in full force and effect. lf feasible and such offending provision shall be deemed to be modified
to be within the limits of enforceability, or validity, however, if the offending provision cannot be so
modified, it shall be stricken and all other provisions of the Agreement in all other respects shall
remain valid and enforceable.

Waiver. Secured Party shall not be deemed to have waived any rights under this agreement unless
such waiver is given in writing and signed by Secured Party. No delay or omission on the Part of
Secured Party in exercising any right shall operate as a waiver of such right or any other right. A
waiver by Secured Party of a provision of this Agreement shall not prejudice or constitute a waiver of
Secured Party's right othenruise to demand strict compliance with that provision or any other provision
of this Agreement. No prior waiver by Secured Party's rights or any of Debtor's obligations as to any
future transactions. Whenever the consent of Secured Party is required under this Agreement, The
granting of such consent by Secured Party in any instance shall not constitute continuing consent to
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subsequent instances where such consent is required and in all cases such consent; may be granted
or withheld in the sole discretion of Secured Party.

Default
The following shall be events of default hereunder(a) failure by debtor to pay any debt secured
hereby when due, (b) failure by DEBTOR to perform any obligations secured hereby when the same
should be performed,

Default ON INDEBTEDNESS. Failure of DEBTOR to make any payment when due on the
lndebtedness,

Other Defaults. Failure of DEBTOR to comply with or perform any other term, obligation, covenant or
conOition contained in this agreement or in any of the Related documents or in any other agreement
between Secured Party and DEBTOR. lf any failure, other than a failure to pay money, is durable and
if DEBTOR has not been given prior notice of a breach of the same provision of this agreement, it
may be cured( and no event of Default will have occurred) if DEBTOR, after Secured Party sends
writien notice demanding cure of such failure, (a) cures the failure within 19 days or (b) if the cure
requires more than 19 days, immediately initiate steps sufficient to produce compliance as soon as
reasonably practical.

False Statements. Any warranty, representation or statement made or furnished to Secured Party by
or on beh-rlf of DEBTOR under this agreement is false or misleading in any material respect either
now or at the time made or furnished

DEFECTIVE Collateralization. This agreement or any of the Related Documents Obes not cease to
be '11 frll force and effect ( lncluding failure of any collateral documents to create a valid and perfected
security interest or lien) at any time and for any reason

INSOLVENCY. The dissolution or termination of DEBTOR'S existence as a going concern, the


insolvency of the DEBTOR, the appointment of a receiver for any part of Debtor's property, any
assignment of the benefit of creditors, the commencement of any proceeding under any bankruptcy
or insolvency law by or against DEBTOR.

CREDITOR PROCEEDINGS. Commencement of foreclosure , whether by judicial proceeding, self-


fietp, repossession or any other method by any creditor of DEBTOR against the Collateral or any
other Collateral securing the lndebtedness. This includes a garnishment of any of DEBTOR'S deposit
accounts with secured Party. However, this Event of Default shall not apply if there is good faith
dispute by DEBTOR as to the validity or reasonableness of the Claim which is the bias of the creditor
proceeding and if DEBTOR gives Secured Party written notice of the creditor proceeding and
deposits r,riith Secured Party monies or a surety bond for the proceeding in an amount determined by
Secured Party. ln its sole discretion as being adequate reserve or bond for the dispute.
EVENTS ON DEFAULT
EVENTS AFFECTING DEBTOR. lf Any of the preceding events occur with respect to any DEBTOR
@essorsuchDE-BToRdiesorbe6omesincompetent,SecuredPafi,atits.
assume unconditionally the
option, may, but shall not be required to, permit the DEBTOR'S estate to
obligationsarising under the AGREEMENT in a manner satisfactory to Secured Party, and in doing
so, cure the Event of Default.

INSECURITY. Secured Party in Good Faith, deem itself insecure.


RIGHTS AND REMEDIES ON DEFAULT
lf an Event of Default occurs under this agreement at any time thereafter, the SECURED PARTY
shall have all the rights of the Secured Party under the Uniform Commercial Code ln addition and
without limitation, the Agent may exercise any one or more of the following rights and remedies.

ACCELERATE INDEBTEDNESS. the Secured Party may declare the entire lndebtedness, including
any prepayments penalty which DEBTOR would be required to pay immediately due and payable,
without notice.

ASSEMBLE COLLATERAL. the Secured Party may require DEBTOR to deliver to the Agent all or
any portion of the Collateral and any and all certificates of title and other documents relating to the
Collateral. the Agent may require DEBTOR to assemble Collateral and make it available to the Agent
at a place to be designated by the Secured Party. The Secured Party also shall have full power to
enter upon the property of DEBTOR to take possession of and remove the Collateral lf the Collateral
contains other goods not covered by this agreement at the time of repossession, DEBTOR agrees the
Secured Party may take such other goods.

SELL THE COLLATERAL. The Secured Party shall have full power to sell, lease , transfer, or
otherurise deal with the Collateral or proceeds thereof in Secured Parties Name or that of the
DEBTOR. The Secured Party may sell the Collateral at public auction of private sale. Unless the
Collateral threatens to decline speedily in value or is of a type customarily sold on a recognized
market, the Secured Party will give DEBTOR reasonable notice of the time after which any private
sale or any other intended disposition of the Collateral is to be made The requirements of reasonable
notice shall be met if such notice is given at leastthirteen(13)days before the time of the sale or
disposition. All expenses relating to the disposition of the Collateral, lncluding withourt limitation the
expenses of retaking, holding, insuring, preparing for sale and selling the Collateral, shall become
apart of the lndebtedness secure by this agreement and shall be payable on demand, with interest at
the Note rate unless payment of interest at that rate would be contrary to applicable laws, in which
event such expenses shall bear interest at the highest rate permitted by applicable law from date of
expenditure until repaid.
APPOINT RECEIVER to the extent permitted by applicable law, Secured party shall have the
following rights and remedies regarding the appointment of a receiver(a) Secured Party may have a
receiver appointed as a matter of right, (b) the receiver may be an employee of Secured Party and
may serve without bond, and (c) all fees of the receiver and his or her attorney shall become part of
the lndebtedness secured by this agreement and shall be payable on demand, with interest at the
Note rate unless payment of interest at that rate would be contrary to applicable law from date of
expenditure until repaid.

COLLECT REVENUES, APPLY ACCOUNf . Secured Party either itself or through a receiver, may
collect the payments, rents, income, and revenues from the Collateral. The Secured Party may at any
time in its discretion transfer any Collateral into the Secured Party's or the DEBTOR's Name, its own
name or that of its nominee and receive the payments, rents, income and revenues there from and
hold the same as security for the lndebtedness or apply it to payment of the lndebtedness in such
order of preference as the Secured Party may determine, whether or not lndebtedness of Collateral is
then due. For these purposes, the Secured Party may on behalf of and in the name of SECURED
PARTY and DEBTOR, receive, open and dispose of mail addressed to SECURED PARTY and
DEBTOR, change any address to which mail and payment are to be sent, and endorse notes,
checks, drafts, money orders, documents of title, letters of credit , instruments and items pertaining
to payment, shipment, or sforage of any Collateral. To facilitate collection the Secured Party may
notify DEBTOR'S accounts and obligors on any Collateral to make payments directly to the Secured
Party.

OBTAIN DEFICIENCY lf the Secured Party chooses to sell any or all of the Collateral, the Secured
Party may obtain a judgment against DEBTOR or any deficiency remaining on the lndebtedness due
to Secured Party after application of all amounts received from the exercise of the rights provided in
this Agreement DEBTOR shall be liable for a deficiency even if the transaction desciibed in this
subsection is a sale or Chattel paper.

OTHER RIGHTS AND REMEDIES. the Secured Party shall have allthe rights and remedies as
creditor under the provisions of the UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE, as may be amended from time
to time. ln addition, Secured Party shall have and may exereise any or all of the rights and remedies it
may have available at law, in equity, or otherwise.

RIGHTS AND REMEDIES ON DEFAULT- Cont,d

QUMULATIVE REMEDIES, All of the Secured Party and remedies, whether evidenced by this
Agreement or the Related Documents.or by any other writing, shall be cumulative and may be
exercised singularly or concurrently. Election by the Secured Party to pursue any remedy Lnalt not
exclude pursuit of any other remedy, and an election to make expenditures or to take aciion to
pe_rform an obligation by DEBTOR under this Agreement, after DEBTORS failure to perform, shall not
affect Secured Party's right to declare a default and to exercise its remedies. This statement upon
presentation to the filing office, is considered to be FILED FOR RECORD in accordance with THE
UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE / THE STATE OF MISSOURI. U.C,C.: 2-2A2,2-207,2-208,3-
415,5-116 .

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MICHAEL ANTHONY FULLILOVE Sha'ul me'el
DEBTOR ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY
DEBTOR

The Secured Party accepts the DEBTOR'S signature in accord with UCC 3-401& 3-419.

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Certificate of Service
This is for certifying that a true copy for the foreg'oj-ng d.ocument,,
commercial securitv eqreement: 020519762017 sf :r!higl-r,u;i1 Wrla"yrlsha'uI, Me'81
Secured Party, Flestr and Blood^ Indi-genous rnal-e done frere on the rh
day of in the year 2QL7. Notice for agent is notiee for
the pr ce for the pri-ncipal is notice for agent/ Al:rd for al1
other matters and by notice or all party{s) including any and a1}
competent witnesses with first, hand knor*Ledge, a1J. party{s) and all others
elajms pertaining for ttre Fict.ion dating back for ttre year it was created..
By Me:

NOTIGE

Using a notary on this document does not constitute any adhesion, nor does it aiter my standing in
any manner. The Purpose for notary is verification and identification purposes only and not for
entrance into any foreign jurisdiction as an advantage for Corporatrons and fictitious entities to
implement corporate laws, fictitious codes and commercials contracts over my Natural Flesh and
Blood Body.

lurat
LN Convention on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights, United Nations Charler; Articles 55 &" 56.

Affinned to and subscribed before me rhis ciay of ) n1'7


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Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya SharuJ. mere1, Secured party
Be it known to ALL; jMen and Women, upon which these presents shali come, that on
this *r _."_th day of 2077 of the gregorian calendar, that I,
Marshawn Shiloh friiaya Sha'ul me'e]. a Flesh and Blood Maleaffirm thatthese
commercial courts /Maritime Courts are operating on Indigenous land without license,
operational charter; having been exported to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean - see:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5HOscRbNwM and http://naturalcredit.tripod.com
a nd http : //sites. google.com/site/autochthonqua ntu mcla ims .
I, Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha/uI me'eI,on the Indigenous land called: :Illini,
:Atlan, :Turtle-Island, :Amexem, :Hexian, am ,secured Party/Holder in due course,
Sui Juris, Distress/Demandant and all my Free and Living Souled Children: Son:
Samson Wijaya Sha'ul'me'el IFormerly:Michael Anthony Fullilove jr.]; Daughter's name:
Aleshanee Kerensa Sha'ul'me'elIFormerly: Etheryah Selene Haley] and ALL their children
known and unknown ,where ever they may be, do hereby notify the public and all public
officials of the UNITED STATES 28 USC sec 3002(15)( Federal Corporation), THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA( a Religious Corporation), THE STATE OF MISSOURIand any other
corporate, fictitious and religious State and Country under the Authority of rights given
by the Creator of the Universe / The Great Spirit that I, Declare ALL Rights, Corporeal
and incorporeal, as well as all "Rights"( inalienable and unalienable) , " Freedoms" and
"immunities", including but not limited to the following:

NOTICE: To ALL law Enforcement , Agents, Agencies, Local, Provincial, County


State Police, Sheriff's Deputies, Constables, Judges, Prosecutors, Barristers, Solicitors,
Court Clerks; The affiant of this instrument, Marshawn Shiloh wijaya Sha,ul
me'eI, is not to be detained under any circumstances, it is a Violation of his rights. To
violate his rights, is punishable by fine and/or imprisonment or both.

I. ANY act of harassment, including any notice presentment received by secured party
of any alleged demand for payment, or appearance in a court of the like, is assigned a
minimum monetary value of 9300,000 Functional currency.

IL ANY act against the property or bank account of Secured Party or Debtor is assigned
a minimum monetary value of $750,000 of functional currency.

III. ANY act of detention, arrest, incarceration or physical harm to Secured Party
hereafter is assigned minimum monetary values as per precedent established by
Trezevant vs City of Tamoa. 741 F2d 336, 1984: $25,000 per 23 minute period i.e.

$65,277.9l/hr; $1,565,2I7.30/Day, in functional currency plus punitive damages in


amount decided solely by Secured Party, Secured Party's Heirs or assigns.

1. Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI, is not a party to or subject of and


denies the compelled performance of the private copyrighted laws, statues, ordinances,

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Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me, eI, Secured Party


Public Notice with Affidavit / Statements of Fact
rules, regulations, codes, rules of court used by the HOLY SEE, Great Britain, ENGLAND,
the British CROWN, The United States, The United States of America, THE STATE OF
MISSOURI, or any other corporate Governmental entity.

2. Marshawn Shiloh Wi jaya Sha'ul me'el, is Flesh and Blood Male and is NOT
a legally created person, legal entity, corporation, trust or artificial entity of any kind
and is NOT a surety or representative for the fictions: MICHAEL ANTHONY
FULLILOVE @TM, FULLILOVE MICHAEL ANTHONY@TM(copyright 20L7) or ANY
derivation of any all-capitalized letter name by any administrators, officers, agents,
fiduciaries, objects of any and all trusts.

3. Marshawn Shiloh V[ijaya Sha'ul me'el The Donee and having power,
hereby releases, refuses acceptance of, extinguishes and renounces any and all schemes
and artifices for defrauding, including to but not limited by , any and all instruments
creating any estate(s), use(s), trusts(s), however created, constructive, implied,
involuntary, direct or other, and terminates all rights and interest under all estates,
uses/ trusts affecting the Substansive, Inherent and Private rights, and any and all
Private Property Rights of Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'eI, Release is
retroactive before 1492.

4. Marshawn Shiloh wijaya Sha,u1 mereJ., hereby releases, iefuses


acceptance of, extinguishes and renounces any and all schemes and artifices for
defrauding, including to but not limited by , any and all instruments creating any implied
or adhesion contract(s) and terminates all obligation of Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya
Sha'u1 me'eI under any and all implied or adhesion contract(s) Release is
retroactive to before 1492.

5. Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'eI hereby releases, refuses acceptance


of, extinguishes and renounces any and all trusteeships(s) of any and all administrators,
agents, objects and fiduciary claiming any interests in the Private Property, inherent and
substansive rights of: Marshawn shiloh wijaya sha'ur me'e1, Release is
retroactive to before 7492.

6. Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'u1 me'eI hereby denies consent by assent and
refutes any and all assumptions and presumptions that the inherent, Substansive and
Private Rights of Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI and Private Property
being acquired by: Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'ul me'el are the resident of
any and all estate(s), use(s), trust(s) and hereby denies and refuses the trespass of ahy
and all administrators, agents, objects and fiduciaries on the Private Property and
Private Rights of: Marsha,wn Shiloh Wijaya Sha,ul me,eJ..

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Marshawn Shiloh ?Iijaya Sha'uI me'eI, Secured Party


Public Notice with Affidavit / Statements of Fact
7. The use of any and all Bills of Credit in any form is done indebitatus non-assumpsit
with all rights reserved and without recourse by the law of: Marshawn Shiloh
Wijaya Sha'uI me'eJ..

B. Marshawn ShiJ.oh Wi jaya


Sha'uI me'eI is not a citizen or subject of the
HOLY SEE, Great Britain, ENGLAND, the British CROWN, The United States, The United
States of America, THE STATE OF MISSOURI, or any other corporate Governmental or
Religious entity.

9. Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI,


is not a party to the constitution
for the united states of America , therefore Marshawn Shiloh ?Ii jaya Sha'uI
me'e1 is NOT a citizen under the terms of the 14th amendments to the Constitution for
the United States of America.

10. I, Marshawn ShiLoh Wi jaya Sha'uJ. me'el, am described in 26 USC section


865(g)(1B) as a non-resident of the "United States". I am therefore, as described in 26
CFR 1 .B7t-2 and 26 USC section 7701(b) a "non-resident alien" with respect to the
"UNITED STATES" and am outside the general venue and jurisdiction of the "UNITED
STATES"( Title 28 USC sec 3002(15)(4), Title 48 USC Sec 874).
",
/ Indiqenous Standino
NOTICE OF Autochthonous
I,Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI, and ALLof My Free Children: and
all of their Free Children, KNOWN AND UNKNOWN, WHEREVER THEY MAY BE , are living
Souls and by exercise of substansive and inherent rights, do hereby "NOTICE" the
general Public and all corporate, Governmental, Administrative , Religious and Corporate
entities operating upon the soil of :Atlan, :Turtle-Island, :Hexian and Marshawn
ShiJ.oh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI is NOT a surety/stand-in/decedent/replacement, in
any manner of ANY Legal Fictions.

Statement of Lawful Status


11. I, Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eL, offi born live on the land
of :IlliniIMISNOMER: ST.LOUIS, MISSOURI] Did you know the name "Missouri" is a Siouan Indian
word? It comes from the tribal name Missouria, which means "big canoe people." The Missouri Indians were
not the only native people of this region, however. - http://www.native-laneuages.org/missouri , :Atlan,
:Turtle-Island, : Muu-Lan.
I http://www.governor.maryland.gov/executiveorders/01.01.2012.02.pdf ] to my
Indigenous Parents: Mother: Linda Ann Hines born on the Land of:
Chikasaw[MISNOMER: CHARLESTON, MISSOURI] Did you know the name "Missouri" is
a Siguan lndian word? lt comes from the tribal name Misso-uria, which means "big canoe people."
The Missouri lndians were not the only native people of this region, however. - http://www.native-
-
Ianguages.grq/missouri AND Father: Sidney Robinson Fullilove born on the Land of:
IlliniIMISNOMER: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS] - Natlve Americans had long inhabited both sides of the
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Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'u1 me'el, Secured Party
Public Notice with Affidavit / Statements of Fact
Mississippi Ri and
complex earthwork mounds at what later became St. Loujs and East St. Louis, as well as the urban complex
of lllini to the north of East St. Louis within present-day Collinsville, lllinois. Before the Civil War, settlers reported up
to 50 mounds in the area that became East St. Louis, but mostwere lostto 19th-century development and later
roadbuilding. EastSt. Louis lieswithin theAmerican Bottom area of the presentday Metro-Eastarea of St. Louis,
Missouri. This name was given after the United States acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, and European
Americans began to settle in the area. The village was first named "lllinoistown".-
httos://en.wikipedia,org/wiki/East St. Louis. lllinois ), on :Atlan, :Turtle-Island, :Amexem, :Hexian. I
am A Flesh and Blood Male a living soul, under natural Law, Self-Determination and Self-
Responsibility.

12. Marshawn Shiloh Wi3aya Sha'u1 me'el, has agreed to live by


natural/Indigenous/Autochthonous Law and to Common Law and Self-Responsibility. I,
Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'el , by utilizing natural Law, Common
Law and Self-Responsibility, cannot be subjected to man's law( corporate codes, bylaws,
rules, ordinances) where it does not coincide with Natural/Indigenous/Autochthonous
Law, Common Law and Self-Responsibility.

13. There is a deception that is being perpetrated upon the public in general by certain
entities. Said entities are operating in: THE STATE OF MiSSOURI, as the UNITED
STATES(TTTLE 28 USC SEC 3002(15)(A)), THE UNTTED STATES OF AMER.ICA(RELIGTOUS
coRPoRATTON ).
Presumotion of Status
14. WASHINGTON,D.C,( CREATED under the legislative act of 7877) ( SUB-
coRpoRATroN oF THE UNTTED STATES(28 USC SEC 3002(15)(A)), THE STATE OF
MISSOURI, administrative agencies thereof, Political Subdivision thereof and other
Corporate entities, hereinafter "Entities" serving the goals thereof. The deception is
being perpetrated through lack of full disclosure of the true nature of the entities and
the lack of full disclosure regarding contracts or agreements with the entities. The
entities are legal fictions and such can only deal with other legal fictions. The Entities are
operating on the presumption that Marshawn Shiloh l{ijaya Sha'u1 me'eI, is
one, from operating under private substansive, inherent rights, to representing a Legal
Fiction, operating in commerce. The deception is a fraud upon Marshawn Shiloh
Wijaya Sha'ul me'e1, and all of the People; Bouvier's Law Dictionary, as a
definition of fraud states:

"2. Fraud voids a contract[agreement], ab initio, both at law and in


equity, whether the object be to deceive the public, or third person ,or one
party endeavor thereby to cheat the other ( UCC 3-305 (a)(1)(iii))
DOCUMENT CONSTITUTE FRAUD
15. ALL agreements, contracts or instruments of any kind (Documents) Between
Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'u1 me'eI, and Entities which may have led to

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i1-"_T1,^11tr"h rrijaya sha, u1 me, el, secured Party
PuFlic Notice with Alfidavit
the presu, Fact
*"'
::'"Il,^:11"*,"ntative or u rusuiffi?:.X;,1,1n,tri:;.",: ,;r::to wit: "1 '-*Tiduciarv,
fraud
J ;; il;;;' : Jil:H.ilffi
I ft ,i# [;:
between ff : :,:,:
legali?,fiction and:.^l:,
one.
#.;,, o r co n tra ct
17' Documents constitute fraud as do
not contain the signatures of all parties
contract to the

18' Documents constitute fraud as there


that by entering the agreerlnt. or was no full disclosure made regarding
contracii:turar"hawn shiloh wijaya the fact
me'el' would be trading substansive rights governmental, sha,uI
for administrative or
corporate issued privileges

19' Documents constitute fraud as there


agreements or contracts: Marshawn was no full disclosuie that by entering
into said
signing as a representative or surety
shii;h'wi jaya st J Lr me, er, would be
for a Legat riciioi by which Marshawn
wijaya sha'ul me'1, would be boundio , shiloh
private statutes rules, regutations, u .orpelred performance under the
'
and so forth of entities. -"*' Yvvvr'
codes, procedures,
HrrY'r-ELIurEs' by-laws,
uy-laws, resolutions, ordinances

20' Documents which constitute Fraud


due to the lack of full disclosure include,
not limited to birth certificate, social.r";id;[prication, but are
voter registration card, bank account, oiiu"it ticense apprication,
,ortjrgl) other types of ,, roans,, , orother
3;'H:?'LH::#1[:"J]'fHi,.;..;;,fHi',i,,on rhala niturar personis-a riouciary,
21' Documents constitute fraud tf"v ,:*ERE
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intentionally by: Marshawn shiloh NOT" entered into wilfuly or
knowledge " of the "facts", due to
t^6ffisha,ur me,eI, with the,,
lack of iuii disclosure on the part
of entities.

22 ' Marshawt.:*1:l - By crvE NorrcE oF


RECISSION of: MICHAEI ArufnONy
Documents which have previously
FULLILOVE @TM, s
signature from any and all
been used to create a presumption
Shiloh Wijaya Sha., ulme, eI
Marshawn
being a surety or representative in
any way of any legal fiction. Rescission
ab intio' Aforementioned Documents is retroactive.
and lack of bona jid-e sionature, said
ire nereuv ciecrired ;;1 ;;
void ab intiofor fraud
Marshawn shi10h wiiaya sha, Docur"ntr ul
r',.ru No legal or lawful effect for
*", nor do they create a regat
encumbrance or obligation forMarshawn "r wijaya sha,ul
shiroh merel in any
::f;:::Iil,oranyottre,corporate,goVernmentalor

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Marshawn Shiloh WijaYa Sha'uI me'el, Secured PartY
Public Notice with Affidavit Statements of Fact
SUMMARY

23 . Marshawn Shiloh Wi jaya Sha'uI me' eL, is not a citizen, resident,


person
or subject as defined in the laws of the UNITED STATES( Title 28 USC SEC
3002(15)(A)), THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA( Religious corporation), THE STATE OF
utssbuni, ('Sub-Corporation of THE UNITED STATES(Title 28 USC sec 3002(15)).
24. Marshawn Shiloh vlijaya sha'ul me'eI, is not a party to the constitution
for the United States of America. Therefore Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI
me, eI, is not a citizen under the terms of the 14 amendment to the Constitution for
the United States of America.

25. Marshawn Shiloh wijaya sha'uI me'eI, is NoT a fiction at law, legal
fiction, legally created person , legally created entity, corporation, trust or artificial entity
of any kiid, and is not a resident of uny constructive public trust or other trust created
by any governmental, corporate or religious entity'

26. Marshawn Shiloh wijaya sha, uI me, el: DOES NOT serve in the capacity
of trustee, administrator, fiscal agent, surety, representative or in any other fiduciary
capacity for any legal fiction

27 Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eJ., takes objection to, does not
consent to, and is not subject to " in rem" proceedings or actions in administrative
courts of governmental, corporate or religious entities.

28. The use of any and all Bills of Credit in any form is done indebitatus non-assumpit
and without recourse , by the Law of Necessity and does not validate the presumption
that Marshawn shiioh wi jaya sha, ul me' eL, is a representative of a legal
fiction. Operating in this artificial, counterfeit society by subscribing to the services of
utilities or an other action done to provide the basic necessities of life is done indebitatus
non-assumoit and without recourse, by the Law of Necessity and does not validate the
presumptionMarshawn Shiloh ?Iijaya Sha'ul me'el is a legal fiction'

This is not an "Offer", it is however a PUBLIC NOTICE and Statement of Fact


AFFIANT IS a Flesh and Blood Female. be it known to All upon which these presents

have come, from this l3-Th Day of puS,-4 S+ , 2077 of the


Gregorian calendar.

Iam
Autograph

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Certificate of Service
This is for certifyj.ng that a true eopy for the foregroing. d.ocr:ment,
Public Notice with Affidavit_l__9lglg*ents of ract of : Marshawn Shiloh
Wijaya Sha'ul ome'el secured. Party, Fresh and Blood MaLed.one here on the
i: _ th day of in the year 20L7. Notice for agent i.s
notice for the prin{cipat, notice for the principal is notice for agent,
And for all other matters and by notice or aJ.J- party(s) including any and
a].]- competent witnesses with first hand knowledg,e, al]. party(s) and
others claims pertaining for the Fiction d.ating back for the year it al].
was
created.
By Me:

NOTICE

Using a notary on this document does not c,onstitute any adhesion, nor does it alter my
standing in
any manner. The Purpose for notary is verification and identification purposes only and not for
entrance into any foreign jurisdiction as an advantage for Corporations and fictitious entities
to
implement corporate laws, fictitious codes and comirercials contracts over my Natural
Flesh and
Blood Body.

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LEGAL NOTICE@ COPYRIGHT NOTICE@


ArrJ RTGHTS REsERvEo /trad.e-mark,
Marshawn Shiloh ?ilijaya Sha' uI me' eI@TM corrnon-raw copyright@2g17.
MICIIAEL AIIEHONY rULLILO\IE @TM,I'U&LrLO\IE MICHAEL ANTHONY@TMas well as
any
and al-I derivatives, AKArs, DBA'S and variations in the spelling of said
trade-name/trade-markrmay neither be used nor Reproduced, neither in whole
nor in part, nor in any manner whatsoever, without t.he prior, express,
written consent and acknowledgement of: Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sharul
me'el@rM, signified by the red ink signature of: Marshawn shiloh
Wijaya Sha'ul me'e1@rM,Hereln after "Secured party,,; with the intent of
being contractually bound, any juristic person, as wel-l- as the agent of
the said juristic person , shal1 not display r or otherwise use in any
manner, the common-law trade-name,/trade-mark. V[ith the intent of being
contractually bound, any juristic person, as well as the agent of the said
juristic person, shatl not display, nor otherwise use in any manner the
common-law trade-name/trade-mark of above mentioned@, nor the common-law
copyright described herein nor any derivative of, nor any variation in the
spelling of above mentioned @, without the prior express written consent
and acknowledgement of Secured Party, as signified by Secured partyrs
signature in red ink. Secured party Neither Grants, nor implies, ,ro,
otherwise gives consent for any unauthorized use of above mentioned @ and
all such unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. Secured party is not
now, nor has ever been, an acconmodation party, nor a surety, for the
purported Debtors, i.e. MICHAEL AI{THONY rUr,r,rr.orrg @TM, ETLLILOVE MICHAEL
A]'ITHoNY@IM, nor for any derivative thereof, nor for any varia'ti-on
in the
sperring of, said name/ nor for any other juristic p"*orr, and is
indemnified and held harmless by Debtors, i.e. Hold-Harml-es's rndemnity
Agreement - Commercial security agreement conunercial security Ag'reernent,
Ng.i 020519762017 via UCC-1 Filed at any county cterk,s office in rhe TrrE
$TATE oF MrssouRr or any UCC Recording office, igainst any and all cfaiffi
legal actions, orders, warrants, judgments, demands, liabilities, losses,
deposit.ions, sufllmonses, rawsuits, costs, fines, riens, penalties, damages,
interests, and expenses whatsoever, both absolute and contingent as are
due and as might become due now existing and as might hereafter arise, and
as might be suffered by , imposed on, and incurred by Debtors for any and
every reason, purpose and cause whatsoever. Sel-f-executing Contract ip
Event of Unauthorized Use: By this Copyright Notlce, both the juristic
person and the agent of said juristic person, hereinafter jointly and
severally "User", consent and agree t.hat any use of : MICHAEL AIITHONY
FULLILO\ZE @TM, FULLILOVE MICHAEL AIITHONY@EM other than authorized
use as
set forth above constitutes unauthorized use, counterfeiting, of Secured
Partyrs common*Iaw copyrighted property, contractually binds user,
this Copyright Notice a Security Agreement wherej-n User is Debtorrenders and
Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI@TM, secured party, and signifies
that User: (1) grants Secured Party a security j-nterest in al-l- of User's
assets, land and personal property, and a1J- of User's interest i_n assets,
::li-1na property, in rhe sum of: 9500,000 uS polrars or
runctlonar9elsonal
currency per each occurrence of use of any ana alt derivatives
Of : MIC}IAEI. AI.ITHONY FIULLILO\IE @TM, I'T'LLILO\IE MICIIAEI AI{THONY@TM ANd

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variations in the spelling of : MTCITAEL AIITHoNY EtLLILo\rE @TM, EULLTLO\ZE


MICHAEL ANTHONY@TMp1us costs, plus trlple damages, 2) authenticates this
Security Agreement wherein User is debtor and Marshawn Shiloh lfijaya
Sha'uI me'e1@rM, is Secured Party, and wherein User pledges aII of User,s
assets, rand, consumer goods, farm products, inventory, equipment, money,
investment property, commercial tort clalms, letters of credit, letter_of_
credit rights, chattel paper, instruments, deposit accounts, accounts,
documents, and general intangibles, and al-l User's interest in all such
foregoing property, now owned and hereafter acquired, now existing and
hereafter arising, and wherever located, as collateral for securing user,s
contractual obligation in favor of Secured Party for User's unauthorized
use of Secured Party's common-l-aw copyrighted property, (3) consents and
agrees with Secured Party's filing of a UCC Financing Statement, COpy
RIGHT NOTICE FOR above mentioned @ with a TIry SEATE oF }4tssouRI ucc filing
officeaSwe11asinanycountyrecord.er'ui"debtor
and Marshawn shiloh wijaya sharul merer@Tld is Secured party; (4)
consents and agrees that said UCC Financing Statement described above in
paragraph " (3; " is a continuing financing statement, and further consents
and agrees with Secured Party's filing of any contlnuation statement r
clause , notice or affidavit necessary for maintaininq Secured party's
perfected security interest in al-1 of User's property and interest in
property, pledged as collateral in this Security Agreement and described
above in paragraph "(2)", until User's contractual obligation,.theretofore
incurred has been fu1ly satisfied contractual obligation therefore
incurred has been fulty satisfied at the discretion of the Secured party,
(5) consents and agrees with Secured ParLy's filing of any UCC Financlng
Statement, as described above in paragraphs " (3) " and " (4) r', as werl as
the filing of any security Agreement, as described in paragraph ,,(2),,, d
ucc firing office, as welr as in any country recorder's office; (6)
consents and agrees that any and aII such filings described in paragraphs
"(4;" and "(5)' above are not, and may not be consldered, bogus, u.rd th.t
User will not claim that any such filing is bogus; (7) waives all- defenses;
and (B) appoints Secured Party as Authorized Representative for User,
effective upon userts default re: user's contractual- obligations in favor
of Secured Party as set forth below under "payment Terms" and
Terms", granting Secured party ful1 authorization and power for"Default
engaging
in any and all actions on behalf of User including , but not limited by,
authentication of a record on behalf of user, as Secured party , in
Secured Partyls sole discretion, deems appropriate, and User further
consents and agrees that this appointment of Secured party , in Secured
Party's sole discretion, deems appropriate, and User further consents and
agrees that this appointment of Secured Party as Authorized Representative
for User, effective upon Userfs Default, is irrevocabi-e and coupled with.a
security interest User further consents and agrees with all- of the
following additional terms of Self-executing Contract in Event of
Unauthorj-zed Use: Payment Terms: rn accordance wit.h fees for unauthorj_zed
use of: MTCITAEL AIITHONY EtLLrLo\rE @TM, EIJLLTIO\IE MTCHAETJ AI{THONYOTM as set
forth above, User hereby consents and agrees that user shall pay
party aI1 unauthorized use fees in fuII within thirty (30) days ofSecured date
invoice is sent., User shall- be deemed in default and: (a) aII of User's
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property and property pledged as collateral by User as set fort.h in above
paragraph " (2)" immediately becomes, i.e. is, property of Secured Party,'
(b) Secured Party is appoint.ed Userts Authorized Representative as set
forth above in paragraph "(B)" and (c) User consents and agrees that
Secured Party may take possession of, as well as otherwise dispose of in
any manner that Secured Party, in Secured Partyrs sole discretion, deems
appropriate, includi-ng, but not Iimited by, sale at auction , at any time
following User's Defaul-t and without further Notice, dfly and all of User's
Former property and interest in property, described above in paragraph
tt (2)tt, in the possession of
, ds well- as disposed of by, Secured Party, as
authorized above under "Default Terms", User may cure User's default only
re: the remainder of User's said former property and interest property,
formerly pledged collateral that is neither in the possession of / nor
otherwj-se disposed of by, Secured Party within a thirty(30) day period
for curing default as set forth above under "Terms for Curing Default"
authorizes Secured Party's immediate non-;udicial strict foreclosure on
any and aIl remaining former property and interest in property, formerly
pledged as collateral by User, now property of Secured Party, which is.
not in the possession of, nor otherwise disposed of by, Secured party upon
expiration of said thirty(30) day default-curing period Ownership subject
to common-law copyriqht and UCC financing Statement fited with a UCC or
county Filing office. Record owner: Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI
me'eI@TI*I Conmron Law Copyright@ 2077. Unauthorized-use of : Mqfshawn
Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uJ- me'eJ.orM, incurs srme unauthorized-use fees as
t,hose associated with: MICIIAEL ANEIIONY ETLLILOVE @fM, E1LLILOIIE MICIIAEL
AIITHONY@TM as set forth above in parag'raph rr (1) rt under "SeIf Executing
Contract/Security Agreement in event of Unauthorized Use'r.
Notiee to Principal. is Notiee to Agent, Notice to Agent is Notice to
Principa3..

Date

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Certificate of Serwice
This is for certifying that a true copy for the foregoing'docunent, LEGAI
NOTICE@, coPYRIGHT NoTIcE@ by: Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'u1 me'eloTM
ecured Party, Flesh and Blood MaIe done here on the 13 tn day of
in the year 20L7. Notice for agent is notice for the
prinbipal., notice for the principal is notice for ag'ent, And for all other
matters and by notice or a1I party(s) incJ-uding any and all competent
witnesses with first hand knowJ-edge, all party(s) and aII others elaims
pertaj-ning: for the Eiction dat or the year it was created.
I
By Me:

NOTICE

Using a notary on this document does not constitute any adhesion, nor does it alter my standing in
any manner. The Purpose for notary is verification and identification purposes only and not for
entrance into any foreign jurisdiction as an advantage for Corporations and fictitious entities to
implement corporate laws, fictitious codes and commercials contracts over my Natural Flesh and
Blood Body.

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Si Louis eounty

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Power of A!,torney in Fact
Grant of Exclusive Power of attorney in fact to conduct aII tax, business
and J.egaL affairs of principal. persons.
Vde, MICIIAEL ANTHONY FITLLILO\IEOTM, EULLILOVE MICIIAEL AI{THONY@EM and any
derivative thereof, AKAts , DBA's or CORPORATE FICTIONS, hereinafter
"grantor", do hereby appoint: Marshawn Shiloh $Iijaya Sha'ul me,el@TI'{,
38" 40'6" N.lat; 90o 12'37" W.long ,:lllini, :Atlan / :Turtle-lsland c/o 3916 N.FLORISSANT
ST.LOUIS, MISSOURI 63107 a Flesh and Blood MaIe as Agent with Power of
Attorney in Fact, to take exclusive charge of, manage and conduct aII of
my tax, business and legal affairs and for such purpose to act for me in
my(our) name and place without limitat.ion on the powers necessary to carry
out this exclusive power of attorney in fact as authorized:
(a) To take possession of, hold, and manage my real- estate and all other
property
b) To receive money or property paid or delivered to me from any source;
c) To deposit funds in , make withdrawals from, or sign checks or drafts
against any account standing in my name individually or ;ointly in any
bank or other depository, to cash coupons, bondsr or certificates of
deposits, to endorse checks, notes or other documenLs in our FJame
individually or ;oint1y, and otherwise to conduct bank transactions or
business for me in my name
d) To pay and/or discharge just debts and expenses, including reasonable
expenses incurred by our attorney in fact, Marshawn ShiJ.oh Wijaya
Sha'uI me'eL@EM in exercising this exclusive power of attorney.
e)To retain any investments, invest, and to invest in stocks, bonds or
other securities or in real estate or other property;
f)To give general and special proxies or exercise rights of conversion or
rights with respect to shares or securities, to deposit shares or
securit.les with or transfer them to protective committees or similar
bodies, to join in any reorganization and pay assessments or subscriptions
called for in connection with share or securities.
q) To sell or exchange, leasei give options and make contracts concerning
real estate or other property for such consideration and on such terms as
my attorney in fact Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI@EM,frdy
consider prudent
h) To improve or develop real estate, to construct, alter or repair
building structures an appurtenances or real estatei to settle boundary
lines, easements and other rights wit.h respect to real estate, to plant

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Power of Attorney in Fact
cultivate, harvest., and sell- or otherwise dispose of crops and timber and
for all things necessary or appropriate to good husbandry.
i)to provide for the use, maintenance, repalr, security or storage of my
tangible property;
j ) fo purchase and maintain such policies of insurance aqai-nst liability,
fire, casualty or other risks as my attorney in fact Marshawn Shiloh
Wijaya Sha'ul me'e1@Tt"t may consider prudent;
The Agent and living Soul, !'Iarshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'u1 me'el@Tl't,is
hereby authorized to act for and j-n control of the CORPORATE Fictions.
The term 'exclusive" shall be construed to mean that while these powers of
attorney are in force; only rny attorney in fact may obligate me in these
matters and I forfeit. the capacity to obligate ourselves with regard to
the same. This grant of Exclusive Power is Irrevocable during the life
time of t.he Agent An living SouI, Marshawn Shiloh Vfijaya Sha'u1
me' e1@f}l

Executed and sealed by the voluntary act of my own hand , this


I g ,H of , zo:_'l

MICHAEL AI\TTHONY FULI,ILOVE OTM GR.,AI{TOR

Executed without the United States ( Title 28 USC SEC 3002(15) (A) ), I,
Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'e1@TM, on the Land of: Illini, Atlan,
Amexem, :Turtle-Island( U.N.D.R.I.P.), declare that the foregoing is true and
correct "Vfithout Prejudice", U.C.C . 1-308.
It Marshawn ShiJ.oh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eJ.@fM do hereby accept the above
Power of Attorney-in-Fact and execute the herein-granted-powers-of-
attorney with due diligence.

Attor

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Certificate of Service
This is for certifying that a true copy for the foregoing document, Grant
of Exclusive Power of attorney to conciuct alI tax, business and legal
affairs of principal person: Marshawn Shiloh Wijaya Sha'uI me'eI@TM
a Flesh and Blood Malethe Powe:: cf Attorney rn Fact / Agent, done here on
the ; I -G
day of rn rhe year 2AL1 , Notice for agent
is notice for the principal/ notice for tne principal is notice for agent,
And for all other matters and by notice or all party(s) including any and
all competent witnesses with firs', hand knowiedge, all party(s) and all
others claims pertaining for the Frction dating back for the year it was
^*^-!^l

By Me:

NOTICE
Using a notary on this document does not constitute any adhesion, nor does it alter my standing in
any manner. The Purpose for notary is verification and identification purposes only and not for
entrance into any foreign jurisdiction as an advantage for Corporations and fictitious entities to
implement corporate laws, fictitious codes and commercials contracts over my Natural Flesh and
Blood Body.

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Mrchael Fullilove
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1917 Trading with the Enemy Act
TItJe 28 US.C 13:lL

Tor Th* office qf liilarcEemsnt and Budget

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Was*rirqton' EC X05l}ll

Fax 202'395-3888

From: Michael Fullilove

Rp: SF 181 Form


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U.S. Of,ice ci Perscnnel Managemeni ETHNI e'rorNrtncATtoN


GulCe tc Pe;-scnnel Data Stanciarcis (Piease read the Privacy Aci Statement and instructions before completing lorm.)
hiame (Last, Fir-si, I.'1;64;* ,n'r,r,, Sociai Sei:nty+ilmber''' Birthcate {Month and Year)
i

FULLiLOVE,MICHAEL,A au1976
I
Agency Use Only

Privacy Act Statement


FT-=ru
Ethnicity and race informalion is requested under the 16 and in compliance
with the Office of Management and Budget's 1997 Revigfgns tc the Classification of Federal
Data on Race and Ethnicity. Providing ihis information is voliffiiEry=ffi-fas no impaci on your employrnent
status, but in the instance of missing information, your employing agency rvill attempt to identify your race and
olhniciSr hrr rrier rrl nhcanrltinn

This information is used as necessary to pian for equat employment opporlunity throughout the Federal
government. 11 is also used by the U.S. Offlce of Personnel Management or employing agency maintaining the
records to locate individuals for personnel research or survey response and in the production of summary
descriptive statistics and analytical studies in support of the function for rvhich the records are collected and
maintained, or for related worHorce studies.
Social Security Number (SSN) is requested under the authority of Executive Order 9397, which requires SSN be
used for the purpose of uniform, orderly administration of personnel records. Providing this information is
voluntary and failure to do so will have no effect on your employment status. lf SSN is not provided, horyever,
other agency sources may be used to obtain it.
Specific lostructions: The two questions below are designeC to identify your ethnioty and race. Regardtess of your answer to
question I, go to question 2.
Question 1. Are You Hispanic or Latino? (A person of Cuban, trdexican, Puerto Rican, South or Centrat Arnerican, or sther
Spanish culture or origin, regardless ol race.)

Question 2. Piease select ihe racial category or calegories rvith which you most closeiy identifu by olacing an "X" in the appropriate
box. Check as many as apply.

RACIAL CATEGORY
(Check as many as apply) DEFINITION OF CATEGORY

iX American lndian or Alaska Native A person havlng origins in any of the o:rginal peoples of Nofih and South America
(induding Ceniral Arnerica], and who r-naintains tribal afnliation or community
altachrnent.

f aurun A perscn having origins in any of the oiginal peoples of the Far East, Southeast
Asia, or tne lndian subcontinent including. Ior example, Cambodia. China, lndla,
Japan, Korea. Malaysia, Pakistan. the Phllippine lslands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

f_..1=
etaci or African American A person having or-igins in any of the black racral groups of Africa.

I t',tatve Hawaiian or Othe;'Pacific lslanqer A person har,ing origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guai'n, Samoa, or
olher Pacific lslands-

fi lvnite A perscn having origins in any of the or-iginal peoples of Europe, the Middle Easi, oi
Noith Africa.
"i.:3;'"',XY['-[-]

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"oT;.gTsIs" H. RES. 194


,\pologizirrg' lbr' 1he enslavcmenl and lacial scglcgation of lfi'ictrri-Arnc'ricans.

IN TIIII HOI,'SE OF ItI.]PRESI'NTA1'IYI]S


Frintlt',utv 27, 2007
X,h'. C()IIIt\ (for' hiurst:lf, lli'. Jottxsttx of Gt'olgia, ]Is. J-ttrt<stlx-LEti of
Texas. lIr'. Rn,rnr- o1' Penrrsrt'ariirr, llr. \Ynxt,ori, lIs. I(rr,r',lrRI(lli, l'{s.
\\'oOt.srr-, -\lr'. P,rr,t,Oxn, -\Is. LEIt, Xh'. ^\[r'(lrt-tins, lls. St'IL\I{o\\rsI(Y,
Jh's. J[-tt,ost,:y of New Yolk, Mr'. Ct.rxlnRs, lh'. llon,tx of Yirgirria, ]h'.
('1-\r,Li.\N(), llr. R.r.xcnl,, i\{r. P.rrxn, Mr. JnrpRnSoN, nlr'. Er,t,lsox, }Ir.
Ar, (iHrins of 'lexas, ,\{r'. II''r"t'uHIrIELr), lls. \\',ttsr)N, 1\h'. Illxctn;v,
lh'. (ll,tltvEli, lls. C,rtisoN, Ih'. IsmuL, -\h'. ;\cKLIIilL\N, llr'. D-sts of
.\ltrbuma, lh". I,III\YIS of' (krorgia, llr'. AnrintlHollr:iIlt, llr. H,rHl:, I,[r.
Krrxxt;lv. ,\ls. I]-rr,ru'rx, ,\Ii'. llonus, 1\Ir. tr'tt,xnn, llr'. Hoxn,t, "finrl
]{r'. Ktrctxtcn) subnritted tlrc fblluliirg i'esolution; l'hic}r l'as i'eflertetl to
tlre ('on'imitttrc ou thc .Iudiciarv

RESOLUTION
,\pologizillg' fbr thc ensLivenront and rilcial seg'rrrgatiorr of
r\flrican -r\nre t'i (ral l s.

\Vlrereas nrilliorrs of' Ati'irrans alrcl their clesrreucltuits \\'ero


citsiarrcLl in thc Ihiitcd Sta,tes ancl the liri ,\merican (1o1o-
nies froni 1619 through 18ti5;

\YlrereiLs slurrer'\- in Arnerica resembled rro other fbnl ofl invol-


llltar\r seg-itlcle l<nou,n i1 histoir., as AfricArls \vere Cap-
tured arlcl sold at auction like inanimate objects or ilni-
rnals;
2

\Vlrereas t\frittatrs fortrecl irlto sltu'er)' \\'ere lrnrtalizecl, lrr-rrnili-


atec1, tlehuilanizecl, aitcl su.ltjected to the indignitv of
bcring stripped of their nal1les altcl heritttge;
\\'heretts enslrrrrecl f'atlilies \\-ere tortt aptLl't trfter having been
solcl seltar':rtr:lv fi'om otle atrothet';

\Yherreas the s1'stertr of slat'er1- and the visceral racism aga,inst


persorrs of .\friciur clesc,erit ul)olr l'Iiich it clepc'nclecl be-
canle entrt'nclietl iii tlie Natioti's social fallric;
\\rhereas slur,et'.r'u'as not officialll- irbolisliecl until the pttssage
of tlre 13tlr ^\nrettclnletit to tlre Llnitecl States (lonstitu-
tiorr in 1Stiir after the ciicl of the Civil \Var, u'hich l'as
toug'}Lt over tlte slilver')- issue;
\VIrereas after emtrttt'ipation frcin r 246 )-ears of slin'er)', Af'ri-
can-Americatrs soorl sar\r the flccting' politica,l, socia,l, and
econorriic gai[s thc,r, nr.rdrr during Rcconstruction .YIt-
r-iruletrt racism, l1'nchitigs, disetrflranttliisetnettt,
1,ertrtecl lt1-
Rlaclr corles, a.ncl racial segregatioii lau-s tha,t imposecl a
rigici sl.stem of officiallt. o'rnc't'oned racial segreg'ation iri
virtuallv all tlretrs off life;
\\hereas tlie svstem of dc jui'e racia,l segl'egation hnolu as
",Iitn (-ro\y," $'hich arose in certa,in parts of the Nation
firllo.nving 11is fivil \Yar to tri'eate separate ancl u.ltequal
socicties fbt. nhites a,trcl Africari-America,ns, \\'aS a clirect
result. of the i'at:isttt ttgttilist pel'sons of Af'ricalL dcsc('nt
ettgettclerecl bv slaven';

\Vhc-.reas the s1'stem of Jirn C--lrou, Ias's officiall;' cxisted into


the 1!)tj0's-a eenturl' aftc| thc, official t'rid of slar,er) in
\nleri(.a-urrtil cong'ress ttioh ar:tiorr to end it, lxrt the
\rcstiges of Jim Crotv coiltirluc to this cla.v;

\\her.eas African-Ant:ricaus contirtue to suffer from the con-


seqlletl(res ttf slayei'.\- atllcl ,Iim Crou'-lol)g' after both s1-s-

.HRES 194 IH
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ll
tents \yere f'ormtrlh- abolisliecl-tlrrough ennrmous darnage
arrcl loss, both tang'ible and intarigiblc, inchrcling the loss
of ]ruman dignitr- ancl libcrt1,, the fi'ustration of carL.ers
and prof'essionrrl lir.es, irncl the lorrg-tenn loss of iitcoure
ancl oltportnuitvl

\\Ihoreas the stoi'r- of the cnslaveurcirt and de jure segrcgtrtion


of .,\fricatt-i\-tnerit:ttus anci the clelnrnrarrizing' atrocrities
cornmittecl agaitrst tlrenr shor-Lld not bc purged from or.
niinirnizetl in the tclling of Anrerican liistorr,;
\\'hereas orr Julr.8,2003, cluring a trip to Goi'ee Islarrcl, Serr-
eg'al, a f.ormer slavc port. Pr.esident Georg'c \V. Busli ac-
linou'ledged slaver'.v's coirtinuing lcgtrcv in Aner.ican lif'e
itncl tlte tteecl to cottfront that legutl' u.lren he statecl that
sluir.etr, "\\'a,s one of the greatest crimes of histcirv
. Thrr racial big'oti'v fed br. sluver.;. clirl nclt cnd r,r,ith
sltr\,er\. or u.ith segreg'atiorr. ,\ncl rnarrJ, of the issues fliat
still trouble Amei'ica har.e r.oots in the bitter experience
of rtther tiines. But hou'g.er long' the iourne)', ollr rlestin1.
is set: libertv trrrcl.justice fbr all.";
\Vhereas Presiclcnt llill
Clinton also a,cknou.leclgecl the cleep-
seatecl probktrns crusecl bv tfie continr-ring lc:g,acr. of rac-
isn-i agairist,\fi'ican-Antericalls tlrirt ltegiirr u'itl-r slar,er),
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ancl injustices cannot erase the past, lmt conftssion of
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"grave sins were committed against the native peoples of America in the name of
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"pain and suffering" caused during the 500 years of the church's presence on the
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"l humbly ask forgiveness, not only for the offenses of the church herself, but alsr:
for crimes committed against the native peoples during the so-called conquest of
America," he said to applause and cheers from the crowd.

Earlier in the day, Francis denounced the "throwaway" culture of today's society that
discards anyone who is unproductive as he celebrated his first public Mass in
Bolivia.

The government declared a national holiday so workers and students could atiend
the Mass, which featured prayers in Guarani and Aimara, two of Bolivta's
indigenous languages, and an altar carved from wood by artisans of the Chiquitano
people.

ln a blending of the native and new. the famously unpretentious pope changed into
his vestments for the Mass in a nearby Burger King.

Speaking to the crowd in Souih America's poorest country, Francis decried the
prevailing mentality of the world economy where so many people are "discarded"
today the poor, the elderly, those who are unproductive.
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"lt is a mentality in which everything has a price, everything can be bought,
everything is negotiable," he said. "This way of thinking has room only for a select
few, while it discards all those who are unproductive."

The day, however, threatened to be overshadowed by President Evo Morales'


controversial giftto Francis upon his arrival: a crucifix carved into a hammerand
sickle.

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Both the Vatican and the Bolivian government insisted Morales wasn't making a
heretical or political statement with the gift. They said the cross, dubbed the
"Communist crucifix," had originally been designed by a Jesuit activist, the Rev.
Luis Espinal, who was assassinated in 1980 by suspected paramilitaries during the
months that preceded a violent milltary coup in Bolivia. On Wednesday, Francis, a
fellow Jesuit, prayed at the site where Espinal's body was dumped.

"You can dispute the significance and use of the symbol now, but the origin is from
Espinal and the sense of it was about an open dialogue, not about a specific
ideology," said the Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi.

The Bolivian government insisted the gift wasn't a politlcal maneuver of any sort,
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but was a profound symbol that Morales thought the "pope of the poor" would
appreciate.

''That was the intentron of this gift, and it was not any sort of maneuver '.. lt was
really from great affection, a work designed by the very hands of Luis Espinal,"
Communications Minister Marianela Paco told Patria Nueva radio.

Associated Press writers Paola Flores and Carlos Valdez contributed.

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MESSAGE OF HIS HOUNESS


POPE FRANCIS
FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE
WORLD DAY OF PEACE

1 JANUARY 2015

NO LONGER SI-AVES, BUT BROTHERS AND STSTERS

1. At the beginning of this New Year, which we welcome as God's gracious gift
to all humanity, I offer heartfelt wishes of peace to every man and woman/ to
all the world's peoples and nations, to heads of state and government, and to
religious leaders. In doing so, I pray for an end to warsr conflicts and the great
suffering caused by human agency, by epidemics past and present, and by the
devastation wrought by natural disasters. I pray especially that, on the basis of
our common calling to cooperate with God and all people of good will for the
advancement of harmony and peace in the world, we may resist the temptation
to act in a manner unwofthy of our humanity.

In my Message for Peace last year, i spoke of "the desire for a full tife,.. wtrich
includes a longing for fraternity which draws us to fellowship with others.and
enables us to see them not as enemies or rivals, but as brothers and sisters to
be accepted and embraced".[1] Since we are by nature relational beings, meant
to find fulfilment through interpersonal relationships inspired by justice and love,
it is fundamental for our human development that our dignity, freedom and
autonomy be acknowledged and respected. Tragically, the growing scourge of
man's exploitation by man gravely damages the life of communion and our
calling to forge interpersonal relations marked by respect, justice and love. This
abominable phenomenon, which leads to contempt for the fundamental rights of
others and to the suppression of their freedom and dignity, takes many forms. I
would like briefly to consider these, so that, in the light of God's word, we can
consider all men and women "no longer slaves, but brothers and sisters".

Listening to God's plan for humanity

2. The theme I
have chosen for this year's message is drawn from Saint Paul's
letter to Philemon, in which the Apostle asks his co-worker to welcome
Onesimus, formerly Philemon's slave, now a Christian and, therefore, according
to Paul, worthy of being considered a brother. The Apostle of the Gentiles
writes: "Perhaps this is why he was parted from you for a while, that you might
have him back for ever, no longer as a slave but more than a slave, as a

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beloved brother" (w. 15-16), onesimus became philemon's brother when he


became a Christian. Conversion to Christ, the beginning of a life lived Christian
discipleship, thus constitutes a new bifth (cf.2 Cor S:17; L pet 1:3) which
generates fraternity as the fundamental bond of family life and the basis of life
in society.

In the Book of Genesis (cf . l:27-28), we read that God made man male and
female, and blessed them so that they could increase and multiply. He made
Adam and Eve parents who, in response to God's command to be fruitful and
multiply, brought about the first fraternity, that of cain and Abel. Cain and Abel
were brothers because they came forth from the same womb, consequenUy
they had the same origin, nature and dignity as their parents, who were created
in the image and likeness of God.

But fraternity also embraces variety and differences between brothers and
sisters, even though they are linked by birth and are of the same nature and
dignity. As brothers and sisters, therefore, all people are in ielation w1h others,
from whom they differ, but with whom they share the same origin, nature and
dignity' In this way, fraternity constitutes the network of relations essential for
the building of the human fami[ created by God.

Tragically, between the first creation recounted in the Book of Genesis and the
new bith in Christ whereby believers become brothers and sisters of the Yitst-
born among many brethren" (Rom B:29), there is the negative reality of sin,
which often disrupts human fraternity and constantly disfigures the beauty and
nobility of our being brothers and sisters in the one human family. It was not
only that cain could not stand Abel; he killed him out of envy and, in so doing,
committed the first fratricide. "Cain's murder of Abel bears tragic witness to his
radical rejection of their vocation to be brothers. Their story (cf. Gen 4:1-16)
brings out the difficult task to which all men and women are called, to live as
one, each taking care of the other".[2]

This was also the case with Noah and his children (cf. Gen 9:lg-27). Ham's
disrespect for his father Noah drove Noah to curse his insolent son and to bless
the others, those who honoured him. This created an inequality between
brothers born of the same womb.

In the account of the origins of the human family, the sin of estrangement from
God, from the father figure and from the brother, becomes an expression of the
refusal of communion. It gives rise to a culture of enslavement (cf. Gen g:25-
27), with all its consequences extending from generation to generation:
rejection of others, their mistreatment, violations of their dignity and
fundamental rights, and institutionalized inequality. Hence, the need for constant
conversion to the covenant, fulfilled by Jesus'sacrifice on the cross, in the
confidence that "where sin increased, grace abounded all the more... through
Jesus Christ" (Rom 5:20-21). Christ, the beloved Son (cf. Mt 3:17), came to
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reveal the Father's love for humanity. Whoever hears the Gospel and responds
to the call to conversion becomes Jesus"'brother, sister and mother" (Mt
12:50), and thus an adopted son of his Father (cf. Eph 1:5),

One does not become a Christian, a child of the Father and a brother or sister
in Christ, as the result of an authoritative divine decree, without the exercise of
personal freedom: in a word, without being freely convefted to Christ, Becoming
a child of God is necessarily linked to conversion: "Repent, and be baptized,
every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins;
and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit" (Acts 2:38). All those who
responded in faith and with their lives to Peter's preaching entered into the
fraternity of the first Christian community (cf. 1 Pet 2:17; Acts 1:15-16,6:3,
15:23): Jews and Greeks, slaves and free (cf. l Cor I2:L3; Gal 3:28), Differing
origins and social status did not diminish anyone's dignity or exclude anyone
from belonging to the People of God. The Christian community is thus a place of
communion lived in the love shared among brothers and sisters (cf. Rom t2:L0;
l Thess 4:9; Heb 13:1; Petl:22i2Pet7:7). l
All of this shows how the Good News of Jesus Christ, in whom God makes "all
things new" (Rev 21:5),[3] is also capable of redeeming human relationships,
including those between slaves and masters, by shedding light on what both
have in common: adoptive sonship and the bond of brotherhood in Christ. Jesus
himself said to his disciples: "No longer do I call you servants, for the seruant
does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all
that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you" (Jn 15:15).

The many faces of slavery yesterday and today

3. From time immemorial, different societies have known the phenomenon of


man's subjugation by man. There have been periods of human history in which
the institution of slavery was generally accepted and regulated by law. This
legislation dictated who was born free and who was born into slavery, as well
as the conditions whereby a freeborn person could lose his or her freedom or
regain it. In other words, the law itself admitted that some people were able or
required to be considered the propefi of other people, at their free disposition.
A slave could be bought and sold, given away or acquired, as if he or she were
a commercial product.

Today, as the result of a growth in our awareness, slavery, seen as a crime


against humanity,[4] has been formally abolished throughout the world. The
right of each person not to be kept in a state of slavery or servitude has been
recognized in international law as inviolable.

Yet, even though the international community has adopted numerous


agreements aimed at ending slavery in all its forms, and has launched various
strategies to combat this phenomenon, millions of people today - children,

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women and men of all ages - are deprived of freedom and are forced to live in
conditions akin to slavery.

I think of the many men and women labourers, including minorc, subjugated in
different sectors/ whether formally or informally, in domestic or agricultural
workplaces, or in the manufacturing or mining industry; whether in countries
where labour regulations fail to comply with international norms and minimum
standards, or, equally illegally, in countries which lack legal protection for
workers'rights.

I think also of the living conditions of many migrants who, in their dramatic
odyssey, experience hunger, are deprived of freedom, robbed of their
possessions, or undergo physical and sexual abuse. In a particular way, I think
of those among them who, upon arriving at their destination after a gruelling
journey marked by fear and insecurity, are detained in at times inhumane
conditions. I think of those among them, who for different social, political and
economic reasons, are forced to live clandestinely. My thorJghts also turn to
those who, in order to remain within the law, agree to disgraceful living and
working conditions, especially in those cases where the laws of a nation create
or permit a structural dependency of migrant workers on their employers, as, for
example, when the legality of their residency is made dependent on their labour
contract. Yes, I am thinking of "slave labour".
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I think also of persons forced into prostitution, many of whom are minors, as
well as male and female sex slaves. I think of women forced into marriaEe,
those sold for arranged marriages and those bequeathed to relatives of their
deceased husbands, without any right to give or withhold their consent.

Nor can I fail to think of all those persons, minors and adults alike, who are
made objects of trafficking for the sale of organs, for recruitment as soldiers,
for begging, for illegal activities such as the production and sale of narcotics, or
for disguised forms of cross-border adoption,

Finally,I think of all those kidnapped and held captive by terrorist groups,
subjected to their purposes as combatants, or, above all in the case of young
girls and women, to be used as sex slaves, Many of these disappear, while
others are sold several times over, toftured, mutilated or killed.

Some deeper causes of slavery

4.Today, as in the past, slavery is rooted in a notion of the human person


which allows him or her to be treated as an object. Whenever sin corrupts the
human heaft and distances us from our Creator and our neighbours, the latter
are no longer regarded as beings of equal dignity, as brothers or sisters sharing
a common humanity. but rather as objects. Whether by coercion or deception,
or by physical or psychological duress, human persons created in the image and
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likeness of God are deprived of their freedom, sold and reduced to being the
property of others. They are treated as means to an end'

Alongside this deeper cause - the rejection of another person's humanity -


there are other causes which help to explain contemporary forms of slavery.
Among these, i think in the first place of povefty, underdevelopment and
exclusion, especially When combined with a lack'of access to education or
scarce, even non-existent, employment opportunities. Not infrequently, the
victims of human trafficking and slavery are people who look for a way out of a
situation of exLreme povefi; taken in by false promises of employment/ they
often end up in the hands of criminal networK which organize human
trafficking. These networK are skilled in using modern means of communication
as a way of luring young men and women in various parts of the world.

Another cause of slavery is corruption on the paft of people willing to do


anything for financial gain. Slave labour and human trafficking often require the
complicity of intermediaries, be they law enforcement personnel, state officials,
or civil and military institutions. "This occurs when money, and not the human
person, is at the centre of an economic System, Yes, the person, made in the
image of God and charged with dominion over all creation, must be at the
centre of every social or economic system. When the person is replaced by
mammon/ a subversion of values occurs".fS]

Further causes of slavery include armed conflicts, violence, criminal activity'and


terrorism. Many people are kidnapped in order to be sold, enlisted as
combatants, or sexually exploited, while others are forced to emigrate, leiving
everything behind: their country, home, propety, and even members of their
family. They are driven to seek an alternative to these terrible conditions even
at the risk of their personal dignity and their very lives; they risk being drawn
into that vicious circle which makes them prey to misery, corruption and their
baneful consequences.

A shared commitment to ending slavery

5. Often, when considering the reality of human trafficking, illegal trafficking of


migrants and other acknowledged or unacknowledged forms of slavery, one has
the impression that they occur within a context of general indifference.

Sadly, this is largely true. Yet I would like to mention the enormous and often
silent efforts which have been made for many years by religious congregations,
especially women's congregations, to provide support to victims. These
institutes work in very difficult situations, dominated at times by violence, as
they work to break the invisible chains binding victims to traffickers and
exploiters. Those chains are made up of a series of links, each composed of
clever psychological ploys which make the victims dependent on their exploiters'
This is accomplished by blackmail and threats made against them and their

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loved ones, but also by concrete acts such as the confiscation of their identity
documents and physical violence. The activity of religious congregations is
carried out in three main areas: in offering assistance to victims, in working for
their psychological and educational rehabilitation, and in efforts to reintegrate
them into the society where they live or from which they have come.

This immense tas( which calls for courage, patience and perseverance,
deserues the appreciation of the whole Church and society. Yet, of itself, it is
not sufficient to end the scourge of the exploitation of human persons, There is
also need for a threefold commitment on the institutional level: to prevention, to
victim protection and to the legal prosecution of perpetrators. Moreover, since
criminal organizations employ global network to achieve their goals, efforts to
eliminate this phenomenon also demand a common and, indeed, a global effort
on the pat of various sectors of society.

States must ensure that their own legislation truly respects the dignity of the
human person in the areas of migration, employment, adoption, the movement
of businesses offshore and the sale of items produced by slave labour, There is
a need for just laws which are centred on the human person, uphold
fundamental rights and restore those rights when they have been violated. Such
Iaws should also provide for the rehabilitation of victims, ensure their personal
safety, and include effective means of enforcement which leave no room,fgr
corruption or impunity. The role of women in society must also be recognized,
not least through initiatives in the sectors of culture and social communigations.

Intergovernmental organizations, in keeping with the principle of subsidiarity, are


called to coordinate initiatives for combating the transnational networks of
organized crime which oversee the trafficking of persons and the illegal
trafficking of migrants, Cooperation is clearly needed at a number of levels,
involving national and international institutions, agencies of civil society and the
world of finance.

Businesses[6] have a duty to ensure dignified working conditions and adequate


salaries for their employees, but they must also be vigihnt that forms of
subjugation or human trafficking do not find their way into the distribution chain.
Together with the social responsibility of businesses, there is also the social
responsibility of consumers. Every person ought to have the awareness that
"purchasing is always a moral - and not simply an economic - act".[7]

Organizations in civil society, for their paft, have the task of awakening
consciences and promoting whatever steps are necessary for combating and
uprooting the culture of enslavement.

in recent years, the Holy See, attentive to the pain of the victims of trafficking
and the voice of the religious congregations which assist them on their path to
freedom, has increased its appeals to the international community for
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cooperation and collaboration between different agencies in putting an end to


this scourge.[8] Meetings have also been organized to draw attention to the
phenomenon of human trafficking and to facilitate cooperation between various
agencies/ including experts from the universities and international organizations,
police forces from migrants'countries of origin, transit, or destination, and
representatives of ecclesial groups which work With victims. It is my hope that
these efforts will continue to expand in years to come.

Globalizing fraternity, not slavery or indifference

6. In her "proclamation of the truth of Christ's love in society",[9] the Church


constantly engages in charitable activities inspired by the truth of the human
person. She is charged with showing to all the path to conversion, which
enables us to change the way we see our neighbours, to recognize in every
other person a brother or, sister in our human family, and to acknowledge his or
her intrinsic dignity in truth and freedom. This can be clearly seen from the story
of Josephine Bakhita, the saint originally from the Darfur region in Sudan who
was kidnapped by slave-traffickers and sold to brutal masters when she was
nine years old. Subsequently - as a result of painful experiences - she became
a "free daughter of God" thanks to her faith, lived in religious consecration and
in seruice to others, especially the most lowly and helpless. This saint, who lived
at the turn of the twentieth century, is even today an exemplary witness of
hopell0l for the many victims of slavery; she can support the efforts of all,
those committed to fighting against this "open wound on the body of
contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ". [11]

In the light of all this, I invite everyone, in accordance with his or her specific
role and responsibilities, to practice acts of fraternity towards those kept in a
state of enslavement. Let us ask ourselves, as individuals and as communities,
whether we feel challenged when, in our daily lives, we meet or deal with
persons who could be victims of human trafficking, or when we are tempted to
select items which may well have been produced by exploiting others, Some of
us, out of indifferencer or financial reasons, or because we are caught up in our
daily concerns, close our eyes to this. Others, however, decide to do something
about it, to join civic associations or to practice small, everyday gestures -
which have so much merit! - such as offering a kind word, a greeting or a
smile. These cost us nothing but they can offer hope, open doors, and change
the life of another person who lives clandestinely; they can also change our own
lives with respect to this reality.

We ought to recognize that we are facing a global phenomenon which exceeds


the competence of any one community or country. In order to eliminate it, we
need a mobilization comparable in size to that of the phenomenon itself. For
this reason I urgently appeal to all men and women of good will, and all those
near or far, including the highest levels of civil institutions, who witness the

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APOS'fOLIC LETTER
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FRANCIS

ON TI-IE. JU}IISDICTION OF JL'|DICIAI- AUTHORITIES OF VATICAN CITY STAIE


IN CIUMLN{AL ]V{ATTERS

In our times, the common good is increasingly threatened by transnational organized crinte, the imploper
use of ti-ie markets and of the economy, as u,eil as by tenorism.

It is therefore necessary for tlie intemational community to adopt adequate legal instruments to prevent
and counter criminal actirrities, by prornoting intemational judicial cooperation on criminal matters.

In ratify'ing numerous interrational conventions in these areas, and acting also on behalf of Vatican City
State, the Holy See has constantly maintained that such agreements are effective means to prevent
criminal activities that threaten human dignity, the common good and peace.

With a view to renerving the Apostolic See's cornmitment to cooperate to these ends, by means of this
Apostolic Letter issued l[otu Proprio,I establish that:

1. The competent Jr-rdicial Authorities of Vatican City State shal1 also exercise penal jurisdiction over:

a) crimes committed against the security, the filndamental interests or the patrimony of the
Holy See;

b) crirnes refened to:

- in Vatican City State Law No. VIII, of 11 July 201,3, containing Supplententaryt
I'lonns ott Criminal Law Matters;

- in Vatican City State Law No, IX, of 11 July 2013, containing Amendntents to
the Criruinal Code and tlte Criminal Procedare Code;
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when such crimes are committed by the persons refened to in paragraph 3

belorv, in the exercise of their functions;

c) any other crime whose prosecution is required by an intemational agreement ratified by


the Holy See, if the perpetrator is physically present in the ten'itory of Vatican City State and
has not been extradited.

2. The crimes referred to in paragraph 1 are to be judged pursuant to the criininal law in force in Vatican
City State at t1-re t11e of their comurission. u,ithout plejudice to the general principles of the lega1 system
on the temporal application of criminal 1au's.

3. For the purposes of Vatican criilinal lau,, the follou,ing persons are deetned "pttblic fficials":
a) rnernbers, officials and personnel of the various organs of the Roman Curia and of the
Institutions comected to it.

b) papal legates and drpionlatic personnel of the Holy See.

c) those persons u,ho serr,e as representatives, managers or directors, as u'ell as persons u'ho
e,ven de.facto firinage or erercrse control over the entities directly dependent on the Holy
See and listed in the registn, of canonical juridical persons kept by the Govemorate of
Vatican City State;

cl) any other person holding an administratir,,e or judicial mandate in the Holy See,
penxanent or ten1porar1,. paid or unpaid, inespective of that person's seniority.

4. The jurisdictron refered to in paragraph 1 coinprises also the administrative liabiiity of juridical
persons arising fiom crirlres. as regulated by Vatican Citl' State lau's.

5. \Vhen the same matters are prosecuted in other States, the provisions in force in Vatican City State on
concurrent jurisdiction shall appl)',

6. The content of article 23 of Larv No. CXIX of 21 November 1987, rvhich approves the JtLdicial Order
of'Ilatican Ciq,n State remains rn force.

This I decide and establish. anvthing to the contrarl, notu,ithstanding.

I establisli that this Apostolic Letter issued Motu Proprio u,il1be promulgated by its publication in
L'Osservatore Romano, entering into force on I September 2013.

Given in Rorne' at tlte Apostolic Palace' on 11 Jullt 2013, thefirst qf my Pontificate'

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Slatutorv Declaration
In the mi.rtterAmendrnent of ivlissoLiri Heath Division of vital records llegistration # 124-76-001818
i. MichaelAnthony Fullilove no\,.,krlo\r,n as. L4arshau'rr Shiloh\Vija1'a Sha'r.rl nte'el cio 3916 N
Irlorissant St.Louis }4issoriri do solemnly dcclare in accord u,ith; the l93i statute of Westnrinster
(:i.il,iif_l t:,:,l,ti,{.(r:{r:jl!rii.ili:.i), 1778 Articics of confe:deration and perpetuai Union Articies XI. l8l2
1i'e aty of Ghent: 1791 Jat- Treat)'; 1836 1i'eaty of X{arrakesh (Morocco) all recognized and valid
treaties, corrstitution forthe uniteci states ol'Anrericil. the 1948 Charterol'the United Nations, the
1975 Inter-Arrerican Declaratioii on the rights of Indigenous Peopies and tire United Nations 2"'i
decade of the world's indigenous people, that upon ciiscovcring that the registration of a Lrve Birth
o1- February -5*h I976, in the STATE OF N,IISSOURVIvIISSOURI REPL;BLIC called Missouri
Republic was a contract between my mother and the U.S. Government Corporation ivho did not tell
her she rvas selling nre. a flesh and blood child. to the STATE OF MISSOURI CCRPORATION as
the Chattel Properiy/Slave u,hich is a violation of l{unran Rights. I herell1, void the contract, ab
initio lor fraud. Since I arn a Fiesh And Biood: fitlelaninrte Cherokee Native Americ:rn Moor of
TLrrtle Island and ol this Planet in accord u,ith the United Nations Declaration on the Rights o1-
Indigenous Peoples. HJR 194- i;.,,/;i:!ii-._*-*,_1.1i-;ilji1r::j/il11i:&r_ta!:iL:*_lil!1ij - U.S Congress
Apoiogl' to Airican Americans for Slar,ery, S, Con, Res. 26- United State Senate Apology to African
Anreric:rrts ibr Slaver1,. u.s. apology To Native Americans (Sec 81 l3 of H.R.3326 Department o1'
I)efense Appropriations Act) irrii;:,'/i.',i-U. E,.;r-ir mr!,q1./!oIgr ersr'itiiiqfiX11Ii{rSl .. Upon
discoverrng that Elizabeth Alexandra Marl,\\rindsor Mountbatten Battenberg [MISNOMER: Queen
Eiizabeth III violated her coronation oath ( a legally bin<iing contract) of June 2'"J 1953. On May 14,
201i at Sor"rthu'ard Crou,n Cour-t (1 English Grounris in Southu,ard. l-ondon. England) Defendant:
John Anthont' Hill in the United Krngdom proved before an English jury that Elizabeth Alexandra
\{ar1'Windsor-X{ountbatten. was not tlie rightl'ul moniirch and never wits: queenl Elizabeth is not
the rightful ntonarch and never was. This was a t\\o point argunlent. Firstly. Elizabeth kncu,-
&n
ancl tiorv- that slre was crowned on a fake coronation stone instead ol the real Stone of E
Destinl"/Coronatiott Stone, which meant not onll' u,as she never properly crorvned, but'slre
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knorvrngll' and fraudulently rvas conning the Public and that is r.l,hy she did not u,ant,her coron'ilion
televised. REGINA v.JAH (case Ref. Number:T20107746) ( See ;
.!!l.llli-\:i-)r-ri:iiir,:i;rLl::i;;1.-j). I deciare that tire nanle tr'IICHAELANTHONY FULLIL0JE
on tl.]e registratiort of the Live birth is a corporation and Michael Anthony Fullilove, is an -a,:
Indisenous. Flesh & Blood NIan. I am Not a corporation. artificial person" natural person. fictiFj$us
eiltit)'or vessel of the United States as defined under 1B Lr.S.C.9 and I give notice Intcrnation4[y,
f)omesticalll' and Universalll' r'ia this Declaration that I deny corporaie existence. Unrier cn'
reservation of All My'Rights Unalienable and otheru,ise. I ant: InciigenouslAutochthon olthrs
planet. And I make this solemn declaralron conscientiousll, believing it to be true. and knowing thar
this ts the same force and etfect as ntade uncier oath.
Jurat
United Nations Declarirtion on tiie right of Inciige nous Peoples-
(.,.i.1.-l:.:r-!::-,-..:.i.l-l:i*ih.-:r:-:rl=-d-::1:jl:.:r'.l-;:.:ri:L;.iii.i*--;.irti:1 Unrted l.lations Conveniion on
Econontic, Social & cultural Rights. United Nations Charter:Article 5-5 & -56, Fresidential
proclamation 7_500,H.J,R. 194, S. Con. Res. 26 S. 1200. HJR-3

Affirmed to and subscribed before me thi33 day of May_20


By:
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I, Michael Anthony Fullilove now known as: Marshawn Shiloh Wrjaya Sha'ul me'el, Indigenous
Autochtonous Flesh and Blood Man (Cherokee) Moor), Claim in Accord with: the
United Nations Deelaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples,
http :/lww w. u n.ore/Doc s/journal/asp/ivs.asn'lnr=A/Ii.E5/66/ I 42
http://r.r'wrv.un.org/csa/socdev/unfii/documentslDRIPSen.pdf Constitution of the At-Sik-hata:
Nation of Yamassee-Moors: http:lAvrvu,.scrihd.com/<ioc/S9269375YConstitition Presidential
Proclamation 7500; HJR-194 - httn://rvivrv.gpo.qov/fds-vs/pkglBILLS- l l0hres l94el/rlgt/BILUI:
I 10hres t 94eh.pdf; S. con. Res. 26 - http:/lrvww.gpo.gov/tusvslpkg/BILLS-
l ilsconrcs?6es/pdt'ElllS-lllsconres26es/pdf ; HJR- 3 -;lgTS Inter-American Declaration on
the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; 2 stat.153, Title 8 USC 876, IRS Mission Statement
http:l/rvwrv.irs.gor,/plrblirs-ne*,s'ir,9B--59.pclf , that I am not a decedent (IRS Manual
21.7.13.3.2..7{2).lam alive and I am not dead (1540 Cestuti Que Vie Act, llOT Cesrui
eue Vie
TrustAct ).

I want the record held in your cCImputer database which my list me as deceased to be changed to
alive. According to IRS MANU AL21.7.13.3.2.2t2): An infpnt in the
dqqedent of an estAIE or
grantor. olvner or trustor of a trust. guardianship. receivership or custodi4nship. that has
)/et to
receive an SSN: http:/lirs.gorr'iirnill&ir Ii-llQj-0i3r'.htrll. Declaration of assumptive death is a
fiction: G.R. No.160258 Republic of The philippines v. Gloria Bermudez- Lorino:
itllgl&:a:il#i .Ihave aSSN
Number; so by the IRS MANUAL: 21.7.13.3.2.2(2),I am nor a decidint:
iniitt f-rw Dictionary
8'h Ed., p. 435 - decedent n. A dead person, esp. one who has died recently). I am no longer
liable
for; a) Maritime Liens being enforced against me, b) securities being taken out of the,estate. All
Maritime Liens currently being enforced against me I hereby claim invalid, null & void, ab inito
protunC.See:Liebercode.Art.3,3l,33'38:hl!r:,]l:Lrla!on.lirri,.},aic.@and -
Art. 45' 46, & 55 of Hague Convention IV Oct. 18, 1907 l,tp,ll",:i:ii'.;.'r"*,rolirtL& ;-Llj93.

I am the infant who does have a SSN Number 489-76-3195 which makes me rhe beneficiary of
this
trust' The SSN 48q-76-3195 and the namei\,ests within me: an Indigenous Autochthonous
Living
Man. Being that the IRS works in Admiraity, the IRS according to iis own codes, can
no longer
enforce any maritime Liens against myself, as I have now claimed
sea' nor am I a decedent/ vessel in commerce (18 USC 9
ff|lrfi: I am not lost at
) 07A7 Cesiui eue Vie Act, U.K)$g<1 "1ir- 1Jti5
.Iurat
united Nation Declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples-
hj!fl:i'\'r.iirr.qf liduqi:rnen{riDi{lpS *,.rr.tI
UN Declaration on the Rights of Inciigenous Peoples. UN Conr,,entiou o1 Economic. Social
&
CLrltural Rights- United Natiotts Chaften Articles -5-5 & 56: Congressional Recorcl p.
A 3220 ma,\, I 1
19-55. il,lotu ProprioJull'2013. Pope FrancisApologl,to the Indigenous peoples
& World Day of
Peace Letter, IDFPAD, Presidential Proclarnarion 7500. H.J.R. 194, HJR- 3. S.
Con. Res 26

AfTi before nre this lliday of .2016.


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