Category Archives: Redemption in Court

Jean Keating Transcript-Securitization 101

Securitization Jack Smith Jean Keating Transcript “Securitization is Illegal”, – It is only illegal for private corporations. Securitization: The process of homogenizing financial instruments into fungible securities, so that they are sellable on the securities market. When you sign a mortgage note it comes under UCC Article 3. After securitization, it comes under Article 8. […]


JEAN KEATING’S PRISON TREATISE November 30, 2004 The courts are operating under Statute Law. A “Statute” is defined in Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition revised as a kind of bond or obligation of record, being an abbreviation for “statute merchant” or “statute staple”. Statute-merchant = is defined as a security for a debt acknowledged to […]

Redemption in Court

Background The word “law” comes from “llall.” The “l” was originally a double-“ll,” which came from hieroglyphs signifying “two legs walking.” “Law,” however, is an obstruction because the “two legs” walking around show that law is constantly changing. In the United States, for example, Americans get to live under approximately 150,000 new laws every year […]