MANDATORY NOTICE TO ALL MUNICIPAL, TERRITORIAL, CORPORATE AGENTS/EMPLOYEES AND TO WHOM ALL THIS PRESENCE MAY COME
1879 California Constitution Repealed
1879 California Constitution has been repealed on November 8, 1960 and has been a matter of a public record for over sixty one (61) years.
What does that mean?
It means that any California code, statute, ordinance, order and any other 'color of law' is NULL and VOID ab initio or as if never existed. With that, any public servant trying to use and/or enforce any such codes, statutes and ordinances is relying upon false premise as the document relied upon as the source of authority to apply and enforce the purported “codes” they might be threatening you with, as listed on the internet is the California constitution adopted in 1879:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes.xhtml California Constitution – CONS - ARTICLE I DECLARATION OF RIGHTS [SECTION 1 - SEC. 32] ( Article 1 adopted 1879.) The 1879 Constitution was repealed and the knowledge has been public record since at least February 2, 1998: Applicable Venue and Jurisdiction previously determined and established February 2, 1998 in Los Angeles Superior Court, in Case BC 175367, $190, 000, 000 – Judgment, Concurrent with and equivalent to the district court as created in the Constitution of the State of California of 1849, and the seventeenth judicial district, see Statute 1872, chapter 114 p. 116. The effective date of the 1879 California constitution is repealed November 8, 1960, by Ballot Pamphlet Number 12, as attached.
Repealing the “effective Date” of the source of authority for the purported “codes” voids their application and enforcement and have zero authority to be applied upon the People, which you are one of.