Letter to Governor of Puerto Rico

Letter to Governor of Puerto Rico

12405-judge2banna  Judge Anna von Reitz

June 26, 2017
Governor Ricardo Rossello Nevares
Avenida Juan Ponce de Leon
San Juan Antiquo, PR 00901

Dear Governor Rossello Nevares,

I am writing to make sure that you heard about and received confirmation of our offer to purchase all of Puerto Rico’s debt and to release the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and its people from this burden as a free gift from the actual United States of America to all of you.

When the bankruptcy first came up, we offered to pay off the $120 billion and to commit considerably more to upgrading and improving infrastructure, employment projects, and new family health initiatives. This is part of our state-by-state campaign which will renew and restore every part of America.

Very shortly after that, the Royal Family in Britain cashed out a Super P Bond and we were told that they exercised the option to pay off the debt for the Commonwealth.

They have that option as part of their obligation to Puerto Rico, and it is fine if they honor it—- however, it appears that the declared intention on their part has not solidified into any useful action and they are hanging back letting you grapple with the debt problem all alone.

If they default and fail to pay Puerto Rico’s debt, as it appears they have, then we are free to step in, pay off the debt, and offer you and the people of Puerto Rico real freedom and self-determination, absent debt, absent racketeering, absent foreign meddling.

When we say that we will simply pay off the debt as a gift to the people of Puerto Rico, we mean that. No strings attached. No payback. No interest. Just a “Paid in Full” stamp on the paperwork and an open door after that.

Please get back to me and explain the situation from your point of view and what you have been told regarding the Royal Family’s action or inaction. There is absolutely no need for Puerto Rico to suffer, nor for its public infrastructure to be privatized, nor for the people to bear loss of services or higher taxes or any of these ills.

If the Royal Family doesn’t do their duty under the Commonwealth provisions, we will make sure that Puerto Rico is restored and healthy and not burdened down.

In Friendship and in Peace,

Judge Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
c/o 1336 Staubbach Circle
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
(907) 250-5087

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