Public Notice TGJA Formation

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Public Notice TGJA Formation

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Formation, operation and function of this De Jure Grand Jury
of the sovereign people of Tennessee, a free republic

Whereas the grand jury is one of the oldest, most respected and powerful civil institutions of the American republic, and whereas the concept of a grand jury dates all the way back to the Magna Carta in 1215, and was included in the constitutions of the free republics of North America and the United States of America republic, cir. 1787 as a means for the people to reign-in an elected government acting outside the limits of delegated power, and when a government appears to be committing criminal and un-Constitutional acts, it can hardly be relied upon to bring charges and indictments against itself.

Therefore, We the People inhabiting the land of the Tennessee republic, free men and women convened under God, having been granted by the Creator dominion over all the earth, to protect and restore the blessings of liberty for ourselves and the posterity, do hereby invoke our sacred right to peacefully assemble, as memorialized in The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, cir. 1776, The Articles of Confederation, cir. 1781, and the Constitution of Tennessee, cir. 1796, and do hereby establish this De Jure Grand Jury of the sovereign people of the Tennessee republic.

This De Jure Grand Jury, existing by right or according to common law and lawfully assembled on the free dry land of the Tennessee republic, is not a part of the de facto, incorporated judicial system. It functions as an entirely separate and independent body according to rights and powers granted by the Creator and vested in the people by the Constitution, under the 7th Amendment, for The United States of America, cir. 1787 as amended in 1791.
Whereas, the assembly of We the People being one of the principles most respected and powerful civil rights of the American People, and
Whereas, the concept of an assembly dates back to the early colonies and was included in the constitutions of the free republics of the United States of America, cir. 1787, as a means for the people to rein-in an elected government acting outside the limits of delegated power, and
Whereas, when a government appears to be committing criminal and un-Constitutional acts, it can hardly be relied upon to bring charges and indictments against itself.
Therefore, We THE People inhabiting the land of Tennessee, a Free and Independent state, free men and women convened under God, having been granted by the Creator dominion over all the earth, to protect and restore the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity, do hereby invoke our sacred right to peacefully assemble, as memorialized in The unanimous Declaration of Independence of the thirteen united States of America, cir. 1776, The Articles of Confederation, cir. 1781, and the Constitution of Tennessee, cir.1796, and do hereby establish this Tennessee General Jural Assembly of the sovereign people of Tennessee, a Free and Independent nation=state.
This Tennessee General Jural Assembly, being formed and existing by right according to common law and lawfully assembled on the free dry land of Tennessee, a Free and Independent state, is not a part of the de facto incorporated bodies such as Political Action Committees (PACs) and any and all political parties. It functions as an entirely separate and independent body, void of affiliation with any and all partisan connections according to rights and powers granted by the Creator and vested in the people by the Bill of Rights that secure these rights to address Constitutional usurpations for the united States of America, cir. 1787 as amended in 1791.
This Assembly is composed of free men and women who have bound themselves by a Jural Covenant of Office Oath to review, deliberate and "Notice" the unlawful acts and actions of public office holders. These Assembly members have sworn or affirmed to support, preserve, defend and protect the ‘Constitution of the united States of America' (circa 1787), and the Bill of Rights by autographing under oath or affirmation the ‘Jural Covenant of Office.' Tennessee General Jural Assembly standing as guardians of Tennessee, a Free and Independent state, one of the free republics in perpetual union with the Articles of Confederation in force after ratification by Maryland, 1 March 1781.

Notice to agent, is notice to principal, and notice to principal is notice to agent. Statements made within this notice are:

The forced masking of any living breathing sovereign individual, against their will or health, and
The forced testing and or inoculation of any individual, against their free will given by God, and
The overstepping of executive powers limiting/suspending Tennesseans God given Constitutional rights, as guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, and Constitutional Amendments. 1th, 4th, 7th and 10th, and
No limits against our 2nd Amendment rights in any capacity

Signed on September 6, 2021 at Tennessee State General Jural Assembly




Publishing legal notice in Stewart County Standard, Dover, Tennessee
dates: December 7, 14, 21st & 28th in the year of our Lord 2021.
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Formation TN State Dejure Assembly pdf.pdf
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