Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Judiciary Act of 1789’

New York Giant’s star Plaxico Burress shot himself in the thigh with a handgun in a New York night club.

The State of New York severely restricts gun ownership and Michael Bloomberg, the Mayor of New York wants the football player in prison.

Section 2 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 set up thirteen districts that were to become military occupation districts headed by a district judge. These military districts and quasi-judicial officers in charge of them would, of course, form around federal laws enacted by Congress.

The 50 State governments have evolved to complement the federal “judicial districts” first established in 1789 to govern outside federal property. The government of the State of New York would eventually evolve from the federal District of New York of Judiciary Act of 1789.

Surprisingly, the territory of today’s State of New York is the same as the territory of all the federal district courts in New York.

Will someone tell Plaxico Burress that he should start reading the posts on this website, so he can start preparing to challenge the territorial jurisdiction of the State of New York.

Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera

Advertisements

Read Full Post »