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Jerry Plemmons | Yadkin County

Judge McLean & ADA Brooke Webster

State citizen Jerry Plemmons is no stranger to waiting around in a courtroom. On Wednesday, the 14th of December, Jerry arrived at 9AM in Yadkin County District court and waited for eight hours to be heard. At 4:50PM, when Jerry was finally called forward, the ADA said his claims were frivolous, and that the court would not ...

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The below legislation was enacted by the House of commons and Senate of the North-Carolina American Republic on September 24, 2011. Article I of this new legislation covers protection of the rights of citizens and subsequent actions for violations; Article II defines public notice and how it is to be carried out; and Article III declares common law to be in force. The legislation in its entirety can ...

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As you may know, the North-Carolina American Republic was recently featured on the front page of the Asheville Tribune. The article was thorough and informative, however one major point was missed in the report. Below you will find a letter to the editor from NCAR Chief Magistrate, John Ainsworth which attempts to clarify the foundational existence of the North-Carolina American Republic.


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Mandie Rose | Forsyth County, NC
Part 1 | Part 2

The North Carolina (de facto) court system is starting to take notice. Last week, we made great strides toward re-opening dialog concerning the constitutionality of Reconstruction and its incredible bearing on state sovereignty, state citizenship, and our freedom as a whole.

At 9:30 Wednesday morning (November 30th, 2011) state citizen Mandie Rose ...

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Text of article from Asheville Tribune
December 1 - December 7, 2011, Vol. 15, No. 48

Is North Carolina a lawful state?
by Catherine Hunter

A Charlotte man is working to prove the current government of North Carolina is not a lawful state, but a military coup put in place by the United States government. ln a Tuesday, November 22 meeting at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, John Ainsworth of the ...

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