1. Atty. Mudd, I read a synopsis of the decision by the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on the case of the five persons that were soliciting United States citizenship and wonder if you could enlighten me on the subject.
    It is my understanding that the Court rejected the appeal and the Supreme Court refused to review the case, thus affirming the lower court’s decision. From what I could gather, the D.C. court said that statutory citizenship, such as that given by the Jones-Shaffroth Act of 1917 to large groups is unconstitutional. That it can only be given on a case-by-case basis.
    I ask you this because I cannot see anything written here but will now try to see the video above.
    thank you.


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