General Post Master Council

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Meeting Minutes

CERTAIN COURT SEALS AMENDED AND BROUGHT FORWARD TO THE PRESENT

The General Post Master Council Seal, the Human Rights Tribunal Seal, the Clerk for the Human Rights Tribunal Seal and the Clerk for the Court of the General Post Master Council is amended and brought forward to the present time

Minutes

File:20151217-GPMC-Minutes.pdf

Criminal Procedures in law

File:20160212-OJHR-Criminal Procedure in law.pdf

General Procedures in Equity

File:20160212-GPMC-General Procedures in Equity.pdf

Website

Website

Publications

Publications

Judicial Review of NH / HB1778 / 2018

File:20180326-GPMC-Judicial Review NH HB 1778.pdf


Invoice-Texas-Comptroller-of-Public-Accounts-Rueda Jr.

File:20171013-GPMC-Invoice-Texas-Comptroller-of-Public-Accounts-Rueda Jr.-JM.pdf


Order of Estoppel

File:20170313-GPMC-Order of Estoppel.pdf


Example/Generic Motions for foreign courts

Notice: The General Post Master Council does not guarantee the outcome of any case while using the following motions. However, the use of the motions does establish the evidence needed to prove a human rights violation of Article 4 against the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Motion to Dismiss- Driving without a License

File:Motion to dismiss drivers license.pdf

Motion to Dismiss for driving without a valid registration

File:Motion to dismiss vehicle registration.pdf

Motion to Dismiss for driving without insurance

File:Motion to dismiss driving without insurance.pdf

NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF REPRESENTATION

File:NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF REPRESENTATION.pdf

The intent of these motions is to be used to eradicate slavery in all of its forms. They are not to be used with the intent of allowing anyone driving a motor vehicle to avoid responsible party doctrine. However, if the local courts are using their private courts to gain political power or fleece the Public at Large with made up charges or used to retaliate in violation of the courts neutrality, these motions are designed to defend against those human rights violations. The Government of The United States of America does exercise the intangible property doctrine within its Department of Transportation and therefore does possess human rights compliant driver's licenses, registrations and surety bonds. The state lawmakers have been and remain incompetent when writing state statutes wherein all state statutes fail to acknowledge intangible property rights of the people.