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Aboriginal Martial Arrest is mentioned in Virginia Statutes

Private Police or similar term, such as Aboriginal Martials Aboriginal Marshals. 

Washington and Lee Law Review Vol. 21 Issue   Article 7 9-1-1964

Law Of Arrest In Virginia 

2-1. Officer of the law. 

This group includes persons who regularly employed is general enforcement of the laws of the Commonwealth, and  are called "law enforcement officers," "peace officers," or by some similar term.   the similar term to police is aborignal martial, marshal, consul, bailiff, res judicata, justice etc.  

2-4. Arrest by Private Persons, or "by similiar term, such as Aboriginal Martial Aboriginal Marshals.  The State of Viginia London Company, was dissolved the year 1624 "derived it's Authority entirely from the common law, and cannot encumber Private law Officers or Officers of the law.  A Private being, or person may make an arrest as at common law.  When empowered to execute a warrant or the supreme "aboriginal title warrant" or private sui generis, and or sui juris warrant, the private aboriginal martials or private persons, or citizen is clothed with the AUTHORITY OF A LAW OFFICER while acting in this capacity.    All Aboriginal Martial Law Warrants and Arrest are Universal Global Jurisdictions, treaty is supreme land law, or law for the Americas or continental athority. this reaffirms that ALL STATE POLICE DO THE JOB all people are to do, to protect and serve, however are not more powerful than the people. Common law derive its power from natural law, and the Ancient Khatti Mau  perogative writs.  all liberies reserved.       

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