Question: I was a little confused on your description of the UNITED STATES vs. United States. You claimed that the UNITED STATES is the federal corporation but where it shows it as a federal corporation it is shown as “U”nited “S”tates ; United States.
- Capitalization of letters is important but not the key issue.
- The municipal corporation ‘United States’, can, I believe, be typed in all caps or sentence case.
- Walmart is still Walmart whether written as WALMART or Walmart.
- One must determine which United States is in play in each context, irrespective of the capitalization.
- In court cases against the nationals of the states, I think it’s usually the corporate United States that is suing their own US Person/Franchise.
- The man or national mistakenly shows up and agrees to represent the franchise and
- when the franchise is found guilty (meaning must pay), the man does not know what is going on, does not pay, and
- then his body is held as collateral in a (battery) cell until the debt is paid.