Comment: From what I have abstracted

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From what I have abstracted

From what I have abstracted so far, even if one attempts to adhere to all rules regarding representation of the natural self, you ARE likely to fail and end up in jail.

There are many legal (and illegal) traps involved with trying to represent your natural self. So in this sense you are correct.

This however, does not mean that the strawman is imaginary. In fact, I think it is safe to assume that if starwman identities do exist (for the sake of argument), virtually all judges themselves will not be aware of this. Therefore, the judges will automatically, instinctively and habitually reject any of the seemingly outlandish claims made by the defendant with respect to natural representation and continue to conduct court matters in accordance with Maritime law, regardless of the evidence presented. So it follows, there is no "seeing the light" for judges 99.9% of the time. The conjecture is then that 99.9% of defendants who try to represent their natural persons, fail.

For the record, I am not part of any "movement" associated with this information. I am merely investigating the claims and presenting the information for others to hypothesize their own conjectures, in the spirit of ultimately finding appropriate evidence for or against the claims.