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Excellent job

The courts are operating in TRUST LAW. Everything the layman thinks that is going on in that court is just an ACT so that you don't know that.

You are presumed to be the TRUSTEE of the trust. When in fact you are the Executor/Beneficiary. What this man did was very uncontroversial since he did not mention the Executor part. I've learned something here.

If you do not know this stuff... the TRUSTEE in any estate contract is the one who must perform. The JUDGE is sitting up on the bench occuping the office of EXECUTOR - the PROSECUTOR is claiming to be the BENEFICIARY.

When you occupy the office of the EXECUTOR/BENEFICIARY the prosecutor has NOWHERE TO SIT. The JUDGE then becomes the TRUSTEE and much carry out your orders (hence his orders were carried out).

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