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Operating as usual

09/02/2021

If you are calling to make an appointment for the week of September 13 - you can call on Monday, September 6th, as early as 8:30.

07/12/2021

The New Jersey State Archives is happy to announce we will reopen by limited appointment starting July 20, 2021. For more details on how to schedule an appointment and covid-19 protocols at the archives, please visit: www.nj.gov/state/archives/reopening.html

Timeline Photos
03/24/2021

Timeline Photos

Every March we take time to consider the many roles that women play in our public and private lives. In 2021, we will explore how the creation of organizations and networks of women, in particular Black sororities, has succeeded in affecting change in the lives of individuals and communities at the local, national, and international levels. This theme will be explored in a special panel discussion offered in honor of #WomensHistoryMonth.

The panel will feature prominent sorors representing Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated (Official) and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. The panel will be moderated by New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way.

The event is free to attend. Pre-registration is required. To register, please visit: http://bit.ly/NJHCrisingtogether.

A great presentation for archives, libraries and museums.Click here to register: https://bit.ly/37TXSDR
03/18/2021

A great presentation for archives, libraries and museums.

Click here to register: https://bit.ly/37TXSDR

A great presentation for archives, libraries and museums.

Click here to register: https://bit.ly/37TXSDR

For sixty years, the Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth in Bordentown served as New Jersey's state-...
02/05/2021

For sixty years, the Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth in Bordentown served as New Jersey's state-operated, co-educational vocational school for African Americans. The Bordentown school was established in 1886 by Rev. W. A. Rice, a minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. With many of its staff residing on campus, the school formed a self-contained community in which students and faculty lived and worked together. In order to graduate, a student was required to complete the academic curriculum and to master a particular trade.
For the "It Happened Here" video: https://youtu.be/4gGLMq-dEGQ
For more images from our collection: https://www.nj.gov/state/archives/sedma005.html
#BlackHistoryMonth #ArchivesHashtagParty #archivesblackeducation

12/29/2020
Patriot’s Week - Yorktown Cup

Join the New Jersey State Museum for a new virtual program, "Remembering the Revolution: The Yorktown Cup." This short documentary video explores the unknown history of an exquisite sterling silver trophy made by the world-renowned jewelers Tiffany & Co. and awarded to New Jersey for its role at the centennial commemoration of the Battle of Yorktown. The short video includes historical photos from the New Jersey State Archives collection.

https://youtu.be/VmzLTI5Xb_I

On December 18, 1787, New Jersey became the third state to ratify the United States Constitution.  To read more about th...
12/18/2020

On December 18, 1787, New Jersey became the third state to ratify the United States Constitution. To read more about the signing and to see the ratification, visit https://nj.gov/state/archives/docratification.html
State of New Jersey #njhistory

The History Girl
11/20/2020

The History Girl

Today in #NJhistory: #OTD, November 20, 1789, #NewJersey ratified the Bill of Rights, becoming the first state to do so. New Jersey's action was a first step toward making the first 10 amendments to the Constitution law and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the Declaration of Independence. (The image on this post is of NJ's original version, digitized in 2006, courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives.) #SpreadTheHistory

Find out whether you could vote during different time periods throughout New Jersey's history! With this interactive, yo...
11/02/2020

Find out whether you could vote during different time periods throughout New Jersey's history! With this interactive, you can see how suffrage rights have evolved for New Jersey citizens over the last three centuries. View on a desktop browser at: https://prezi.com/view/QmE4afyNGu0QbC0nHG4y/
State of New Jersey #njhistory #voting

Registration is open for the New Jersey Historical Commission annual New Jersey History Conference!  This year the confe...
10/26/2020

Registration is open for the New Jersey Historical Commission annual New Jersey History Conference! This year the conference is all virtual and full of great sessions!

You will be interested to know that our work-at-home project to digitally compile the 1848-1878 birth index is coming to...
10/09/2020

You will be interested to know that our work-at-home project to digitally compile the 1848-1878 birth index is coming to a close. We just reached over 400,000 entries! Seven very dedicated full- and part-time staff members, and two former staff members as volunteers, have been building this resource. The new index will be added to our Searchable Databases site as soon as possible. We cannot wait to make it available to you!

Stayed tuned for updates on other projects...

09/30/2020

Dear Archives patrons:
Thank you all for your patience as our staff continues to process your online records requests. As of this week, we have emailed almost all orders received through July 31st. Of the over 5,100 documents requested since our closure to the public in March, we have sent out over 3,400. We appreciate your ongoing support and encouragement, and hope you will keep the orders for vital records, naturalizations, wills, etc., coming! We are always glad to be a part of your genealogical and historical research.

Make sure to register for the NJ Historical Commission's annual conference!  It will be held virtual this year - but wil...
09/30/2020
New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC

Make sure to register for the NJ Historical Commission's annual conference! It will be held virtual this year - but will still include lots of great content!

Registration is now open for the 2020 NJ History Conference! Join us virtually on Friday, November 13, for Battles for the Ballot: New Jersey Voting Rights, Then and Now. To register, view a preliminary program, and learn more about our keynote speakers, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/battles-for-the-ballot-new-jersey-voting-rights-then-and-now-tickets-114331171612.

The 2020 event is co-sponsored by the Alice Paul Institute, NJ Women Vote, the New Jersey State Archives, and New Jersey Digital Highway.

#NJHC2020 #BattlesfortheBallot

09/17/2020
Constitution Day - New Jersey State Archives

Today is the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. NJ sent 5 delegates to the constitutional convention - David Brearley, Jonathan Dayton, William Livingston, William Paterson, and William Houston (who was unable to sign the final document due to illness).

After the document was signed at the convention in Philadelphia, copies were sent to the individual states. New Jersey's ratification convention approved the founding charter in only 6 days, and became the 3rd state to ratify the U.S. Constitution on December 18,1787.

The State Archives holds the convention's minutes and New Jersey's copy of the United States Constitution. You can view them here with full transcription: https://nj.gov/state/archives/docusconstitution.html #constitutionday #Njhistory

Registration will be coming soon! Save the date!
09/14/2020

Registration will be coming soon! Save the date!

We are thrilled to announce the keynote speakers for the 2020 NJ History Conference, Battles for the Ballot: New Jersey Voting Rights, Then and Now. The conference keynote panel will feature three nationally renowned experts offering historical and contemporary insights on voting rights and suffrage: Ari Berman, Senior Reporter, Mother Jones, Ryan P. Haygood, President & CEO, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, and Martha S. Jones, Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor and Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University.

Join us virtually on Friday, November 13, 2020 for this dynamic panel and a day of presentations on topics in New Jersey voting rights history. Registration will open on September 28. For more information, please visit: https://nj.gov/state/historical/his-2020-conference.shtml.

Thank you to our 2020 conference sponsors: the Alice Paul Institute, New Jersey State Archives, NJ Digital Highway, and NJ Women Vote!

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC
05/13/2020

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC

The NJHC and New Jersey Council for the Humanities are pleased to present, Advancing Your Mission During COVID-19 and Beyond, a webinar series for cultural nonprofits navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. Each webinar is free to attend with registration: https://bit.ly/2WOkPlg.

Dear State Archives friends:First of all, we hope you are all doing well. Secondly, we wanted to let you know that we ar...
05/06/2020

Dear State Archives friends:

First of all, we hope you are all doing well. Secondly, we wanted to let you know that we are actively fulfilling orders for copies of documents received by mail and through our online shopping cart, as expeditiously as we are able. Our priority has been vital statistics requests (for birth, marriage, and death records), which constitute the great bulk of orders and are straightforward in terms of the look-up and associated time. Right now, a few full-time staff members are allowed into the building a couple of days per week (while “socially distancing”). To expedite service and minimize hard-copy mailings, we have been sending out digital scans with an option for paper copy as well, if needed. This has been very well received! We have been able to fill about 140 vital statistics orders in this fashion since the public closure. Once we reduce the backlog of such requests to a couple of weeks, we will be able to start fulfilling orders for other types of records.

Thank you, sincerely, for your ongoing support and patience during this very challenging time. Providing you with the best possible customer service is paramount to our whole staff. We look forward to returning to full-service operations soon. Be well and stay safe!

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC
04/28/2020

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC

Announcing the 2020 NJ History Conference Call for Proposals and Call for Posters and Projects. The 2020 conference, Battles for the Ballot: New Jersey Voting Rights, Then and Now, will take place at Kean University on Friday, November 13, 2020.

As New Jersey marks the 150th anniversary of the 15th Amendment and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment—against the backdrop of a presidential election year and a global pandemic—Battles for the Ballot will explore how the right to vote has changed over time and the meaning of participation and representation in a democracy.

We are now accepting submissions for conference proposals and submissions to the posters and projects session: https://discovernjhistory.org/2020-nj-history-conference/.

Prior to our current shutdown, State Archives staff had completed the digitization of about half of New Jersey’s World W...
04/22/2020

Prior to our current shutdown, State Archives staff had completed the digitization of about half of New Jersey’s World War I service cards from microfilm (about 70,000 cards). Working from home during the last month, four staff members have been creating index records from copies of these images. The data captured includes the soldier’s name, race, gender, town of residence, age, place of birth, marital status, and occupation. To date, we have created nearly 5,400 index records. These entries and corresponding scans will be appended to our existing online database for New Jersey World War I service, which currently contains information about soldiers who died during the conflict.
https://wwwnet-dos.state.nj.us/DOS_ArchivesDBPortal/WWICards.aspx

The State Archives holds over 1,800 tax ratable lists spanning the 1768-1846 period, most of which date from 1772 to 182...
04/17/2020

The State Archives holds over 1,800 tax ratable lists spanning the 1768-1846 period, most of which date from 1772 to 1820. These materials are extremely important for local history and genealogy in light of the federal government’s loss, by fire, of the first four federal censuses for our state (1790 to 1820). The original tax lists were closed to public use/handling many years ago due to their fragile condition. Existing microfilm, made in the 1960s or ‘70s, is difficult to read. Thus, in 2019, we embarked on the digitization of this large collection (75 cubic feet altogether!) with the intention of making the lists fully available on our website.

During the current work-at-home period, three staff members are creating index entries using scanned images on portable drives. The process will capture vital information about landholding, slavery, military exemption, etc. The resultant online resource will also facilitate scholarship in connection with the upcoming 250th anniversary of the American Revolution.

As promised, in the days ahead we'll be telling you about our progress on several work-at-home projects now underway by ...
04/07/2020

As promised, in the days ahead we'll be telling you about our progress on several work-at-home projects now underway by State Archives staff. Our first featured project is the automation of the 1848-1878 birth index. Currently 5 very dedicated full- and part-time staff members are building this new resource. The index will eventually be added to our Searchable Databases online. This work will make all three types of records from the earliest period of state vital statistics searchable at our website. In our third full week of data entry from home, staff have now created nearly 27,000 database records. The index information is keyed into Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and then uploaded to a shared team space. Then our database coordinator builds the master file.

We look forward to seeing you back at the Archives whenever the State reopens our facility for business. In the meantime, please stayed tuned for information on other projects.

03/31/2020

To our faithful followers and patrons (whom we miss!):

Based on federal and state guidelines, New Jersey State Archives will remain closed to both the public and our staff until further notice. We regret that you are not able to conduct research as you normally would. While we have not received official word as to when the public functions of state government may resume, we are anticipating additional weeks of closure at the very least.

Over the next two weeks, we will be letting you know about the many data projects the staff is engaged in during this period of working from home. We are also working on a plan to continue certain mail reference services if (and as soon as) possible. Please stay tuned, be well, and stay safe.

Your friends at New Jersey State Archives

03/17/2020

Due to the current coronavirus mitigation efforts and closure of state government offices, the New Jersey State Archives will be closed to researchers through March 31st (subject to extension). Archives staff will be working on data-entry projects and other work from home. Thus, without access to collections, there will be a several-week backlog in fulfilling search requests and certifications.

We will be checking our emails and receiving phone calls should there be any questions. Thanks to our wonderful researchers for your patience and understanding. Stay healthy and safe! We will keep you posted.

03/16/2020

Based on guidance from the Governor’s Office and the State Police regarding COVID-19 mitigation, effective today, Monday, March 16th, New Jersey State Archives will be closed to in-person researchers.

We are awaiting information as to whether Archives staff will report to work going forward. Most likely, mail reference services will be delayed.

We will continue to post updates on our public services as we are able.

03/16/2020

Notice to our researchers- there is a possibility that the New Jersey State Archives will be closed to the public tomorrow, March 16th. If you were planning to visit, we advise that you call our offices (609-292-6260) before driving to Trenton. We hope to have definitive information by morning.

Check out this article about an upcoming exhibit and historical research by the Museum of the American Revolution, which...
02/24/2020
On the Trail of America’s First Women Voters

Check out this article about an upcoming exhibit and historical research by the Museum of the American Revolution, which will feature numerous documents from the New Jersey State Archives. Did you know New Jersey was the only state to allow women the right to vote from 1776-1807?
NJ Women Vote New Jersey

From 1776 to 1807, women in New Jersey had equal voting rights. Newly surfaced documents illuminate how that happened — and the origins of the messy, imperfect democracy we have today.

12/02/2019

Due to the anticipated weather conditions, all state government offices, including the State Archives, will close at noon today, December 2, 2019.

11/04/2019

The New Jersey State Archives will be closed on November 5th, Election Day.

11/01/2019

UPDATE- we are open at 10

Due to a power outage, the New Jersey State Archives will have a delayed opening of 10am today. Please check back for more details as this may change.

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC
10/04/2019

New Jersey Historical Commission - NJHC

Attention, all New Jersey graphic designers and artists! The New Jersey Historical Commission and Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area seek a signature logo to embody Revolution NJ, New Jersey’s initiative to commemorate the 250th anniversary (or Semiquincentennial) of the United States in 2026.

The winning logo design will receive a $1,500 cash prize. The deadline for submission is 3:00 p.m. on Monday, November 25, 2019. Check out the Call for Designs today to learn more: https://discovernjhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Call-for-Designs.pdf.

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Cautiously doing the Italian Genealogy Happy Dance here in NJ! 😍 I have a very elusive great grandfather who crossed the Atlantic many times during his short life to master learning the silk weaving industry in his new beloved country, America. Unfortunately he passed at the tender age of 29 in 1894 after being here only 5 years but apparently not without him trying to become a full fledged American citizen. Last night quite unexpectedly I happened to find what I think is a Declaration of Intent for him in the NJ State Passaic Co, records in 1891 on familysearch. I don’t know of any other Ercole Garbaccio who was around Passaic Co at the time (I've researched him for the past 13 yrs at the NJ Archives). I promise not to totally assume this is him. That said, it is a lead that I will use to verify with you wonderful folks at the NJ State Archives! Any tips on who I should contact or go about doing more to verify. I have his DOB, POB, street address, etc. Whatever direction you can offer would be greatly appreciated! 😇🙏😇
The website has not been updated to reflect the option to order a birth certificate from 1920.
Are you open next Tuesday on New Year Eve?
Well-handled. These so-called "First Amendment auditors" think they can debate building/facility policy because-Boo Hoo-"policy" and "law" isn't the same thing.
Does anyone know if the New Jersey State Archives would have marriage records from Suss*x County that took place in the 1780s (1783 to be exact)?
I am reviewing the NJ Chancery Court divorce file for my great-grandparents George William Schomp and Caroline Reed Schomp (Hunterdon County). The affidavit of George Schomp (petitioner) states that..." It was thought that my wife’s mind was unsound, and on the certificate of two physicians she was sent to the Asylum on December 18, 1897". My preliminary research indicates that there were two ”Asylums” in NJ in 1897-The New Jersey State Hospital at Trenton (formerly The New Jersey State Lunatic Asylum) and The New Jersey State Hospital at Morris Plains (formerly The State Asylum for the Insane at Morristown). I’m not sure which “Asylum” she was sent to. Are there any collections at the NJSA that may help me identify patients’ admittance or medical records? Many thanks.
RELEASED WITH PERMISSION FROM THE US SUPREME COURT, US DOJ, AND US FBI (THE BIG US FBI GAVE US A BIG OK) - There has been much recent humor as to the main reason why this is a lingering issue. Five minor children tried to prevent him from s*x after they were given a great amount of an illegal drug. OUR PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS NOT ALLOWED TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION - WE ARE SEARCHING FOR HIS VICTIMS - U.S. DOJ INFO REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PARTIES WANT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AT LARGE TO KNOW As a result of the following, we are all saddened to know that our U.S. OFFICIALS cannot allow our President Donald Trump to run for re-election. We are grateful to our U.S. OFFICIALS for their accountability and the high honor they bring to the people of the United States with their recent unanimous decision. WHITE HOUSE RED CARPET ROAST (Keeping the WHITE HOUSE RED CARPET RED) OUR PRESIDENT Our President participated in child s*x with a higher total number of children than the total number of goldfish our White House children cared for as pets. (Score: President 47; White House children 42) Our President needs 3 children to sit on his lap when filling a 44 passenger school bus to total all of the young children he enjoyed for s*xual gratification. We understand the 44; but why did he have s*x with the 3 on his lap? When you consider the ages (11 to 17) of the young female children our President enjoyed for s*x; his assistant might as well have gone into the delivery wards of our hospitals to identify female newborns for future pleasure. We should make world child po*******hy legal and get rid of s*x offender lists worldwide to allow our President to jet hop in 9 countries and stop 22 times to pick up 42 children for s*xual pleasure. Donald had s*x with 12 female children that were given illegal drugs (co***ne and ma*****na) before the date to be similar to Donald when he uses vi**ra. Donald handed 5 of the 12 children illegal drugs on numerous occasions. Giving an illegal drug to a child before s*x may be considered grounds for forcible r**e. Our President began legalizing ma*****na when he decided to smoke pot two and a half years before his campaign for US President. (Score: President 5 joints; US people 0) Our President cheated only 6 times on his federal taxes totaling $410,000. (Score: US President highest record in White House history; US per person lifetime average $5,000) THE ABOVE IS US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (US DOJ) AND US FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (US FBI) INFORMATION. FBI INFO ITEM: SPECIAL WHITE HOUSE ROAST (PLEASE DISTRIBUTE) Three important info items the USA (for the people) may want to know: 1). Donald had s*x with forty seven (47) underage children. The american people believe the total number of children he had s*x with equals one (1) and not forty seven (47). (only 1 thirteen year old story on the internet) 2). Over two hundred (200) laws in the United States were fractured when including aviation and drug laws. 3). Prior to landing, he partied in his private jets/plane with illegal drugs on one hundred twenty seven (127) travel trips and approached airport buildings and runways over one hundred eighty seven (187) times when the jet / plane air was filled with . . . IN HIS PRIVATE JETS and PLANE ! In his private jets and plane, our President Donald Trump partied high in the sky with illegal drugs and entered the air space of one hundred ten (110) countries during a fifteen (15) year period in his life (air space with illegal drugs is treated the same as going through customs on the ground). His jet was usually filled with mostly female women. Twenty two (22) married women and eight (8) recent doll holding female children became his girls with s*x in the air eighty two (82) times. Some of the passengers were influenced to be drug participants and the safety of all that boarded and all on the ground below was at . . . (risk !) It is time to wipe every inch of the cabin and cockpit interior. Donald wanted the two cleaners to remove the coating of sticky resin (the finest ma*****na). The 5th time our President partied high in the sky; he had eight females on board. Two of the young females under the influence of illegal drugs were now ready for a fun time of s*x in the rear of the jet. The jet was traveling above China’s most populated areas where hundreds of asian groups numbering 10,000 or more were below the jet at any given time. If the people on the land were aware, they would not want Donald’s party to crash their group. It was all worth it when the 15 year old girl gave him fe****io before he landed. The 10th time our President partied high in the sky; he had nine (9) females on board. While in flight, Donald handed out the illegal drugs to the passengers and crew. It was all worth it when the 13 year old child gave it all to him before he landed. It is time to wipe every inch of the cabin and cockpit interior and remove any co***ne residue. The 12th time our President partied high in the sky; he had eight females on board. There was an 8 year old child on board and Donald moved her behind the seats where they were smoking drugs (smoke sometimes moves to the front). His jet was flying over the highest populated areas in the world. Four other asian countries heard about him flying over China and they started moving groups of people (5,000 in number) to be under Donald’s jet at all times when he was flying over their asian country. It was all worth it when a 15 year old child gave him fe****io before he landed. The 20th time our President partied high in the sky he had a 2 year old child on board. When boarding the 2 year old child forgot to ask him if there was going to be smoking of illegal substances while in flight and if it was going to be a safe trip. The 34th time our President partied high in the sky; Donald received a warning from the US that he needed to stop illegal drug activities when in the air. It is time to wipe every inch of the cabin and cockpit interior and remove any illegal drug residue before an investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board arrives. The 35th through the 40th time our President partied high in the sky; he had forgotten about the prior U.S. warning when the U.S. gave him an arrest warning to stop. Donald complied temporarily. After the two warnings, Donald only partied in jets and planes belonging to other friends and partners. The 41st time our President partied high in the sky he received a third warning not to smoke illegal drugs when in the air. The 49th time our President partied high in the sky he received a fourth and final warning. Donald complied temporarily. The 52nd time our President partied high in the sky he received a fifth warning. Donald complied. The above info has been reduced. There were ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN (127) travel trips where illegal substances were used in the air. The passengers, airport and runway personnel, airline workers, innocent passengers waiting for a public commercial flight, and country inhabitants below (one third the population of China) did not know the above information and that these international violations carry multiple life sentences. When considering public endangerment, child endangerment (can be considered 2nd degree manslaughter in some countries), and multiple areas of r**e, the following violations (if convicted) in one of the victim countries can sentence the violator with eight (8) life sentences. If convicted of the same aforementioned violations, other countries can sentence the violator with four (4) life sentences. Some of the violations are not restricted to a statue of time and carry life concerns. This information is accurate. NOTICE - PUBLIC ENDANGERMENT AND REMAINING AIRWAY VICTIMS TO BE DISCOVERED WE HAVE EVIDENCE TO BELIEVE THAT DONALD TRUMP ENDANGERED THE INHABITANTS ON THE GROUND IN ONE HUNDRED TEN (110) COUNTRIES DURING AIRWAY TRAVEL. TEN (10) COUNTRIES CAN CHARGE DONALD TRUMP WITH PUBLIC ENDANGERMENT DURING THE NEXT THREE (3) TO TEN (10) YEARS. THREE (3) COUNTRIES CAN CHARGE DONALD TRUMP WITH PUBLIC ENDANGERMENT FOR THE REMAINDER OF HIS LIFE (THESE CHARGES DO NOT HAVE A TIME LIMIT). WE HAVE EVIDENCE TO BELIEVE FIVE (5) VICTIMS (TWO (2) ADULTS AND THREE (3) CHILDREN) REMAIN TO BE DISCOVERED WHEREBY THEIR LIVES WERE ENDANGERED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE ARTICLE, "IN HIS PRIVATE JETS AND PLANE" AIRWAY TRAVEL. SPECIAL AGENTS FROM THE U.S. FBI CAN FIND TWO (2) ADULTS AND ONE (1) CHILD WITHIN A SIX (6) MONTH TIME FRAME TO RECEIVE A COURT COORDINATED SETTLEMENT. NOTICE - SUSPICION REGARDING REMAINING ADULT VICTIMS TO BE DISCOVERED WE HAVE INITIAL EVIDENCE TO BELIEVE THAT DONALD TRUMP R***D THIRTY FIVE (35) ADULT FEMALES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN DISCOVERED AT THIS TIME. SPECIAL AGENTS FROM THE U.S. FBI CAN FIND THIRTY FIVE (35) OF THE VICTIMS WITHIN A THIRTY (30) DAY TIME FRAME TO RECEIVE A COURT COORDINATED SETTLEMENT. NOTICE - SUSPICION REGARDING REMAINING CHILD VICTIMS TO BE DISCOVERED WE HAVE INITIAL EVIDENCE TO BELIEVE THAT DONALD TRUMP HAD ILLEGAL S*X WITH SEVEN (7) UNDERAGE FEMALES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN DISCOVERED AT THIS TIME. SPECIAL AGENTS FROM THE U.S. FBI MAY BE ABLE TO FIND ONE (1) CHILD VICTIM WITHIN A FIVE (5) MONTH TIME FRAME TO RECEIVE A COURT COORDINATED SETTLEMENT. After meeting him and receiving an illegal drug and under the influence . . . FIVE (5) minor children physically resisted his hand and body but failed to stop s*xual intercouse . . . We have discovered that Donald violated EIGHT HUNDRED SEVEN (807) laws in the past when visiting a country that is friendly to the United States of America. In addition, he also violated TWO HUNDRED TEN (210) laws when he visited the People's Republic of China. China is also a friend. His behavior with some of the children that he met and was with for the first time is of great concern. FIVE (5) of the children received physical force and NINE (9) of the children were given illegal drugs to allow for pe*******on and s*xual in*******se. After the first time, he was able to have s*x with them without any problem. As a result of the relationship, SEVEN (7) children began using illegal drugs on a continual basis. NOTICE - PAST ADULT VICTIMS WITH SETTLEMENTS TWELVE (12) ADULT FEMALE VICTIMS (SIX U.S. FEMALES) have received financial settlements from our current President of the United States of America. Donald r**ed EIGHT (8) of the TWELVE (12) adult victims. ONE (1) of the remaining FOUR (4) victims was assaulted TWO (2) times and he was involved in the distribution of an illegal drug EIGHT (8) times prior to s*x FOUR (4) times. Donald was involved in the distribution of an illegal drug NINE (9) times prior to s*x FIVE (5) times with ONE (1) of the remaining THREE (3) victims. Donald used violent behavior on THREE (3) of his adult victims. One example is when Donald ripped the jeans off of a struggling and nonconsenting female. The remainder of this notice concerns CHILD VICTIMS. WE ARE SEARCHING FOR HIS VICTIMS We are searching for his victims and may have their testimony. There are international female victims that are still out there and they are probably due large financial settlements (approximately between TWO (2) and FIVE (5) million U.S. dollars) with U.S. Supreme Court oversight and overseas coordination. It is probable that he will receive future judgments from the U.S. Supreme Court following victim testimony. Five (5) future victims (THREE (3) children and TWO (2) adults) remain to be discovered in Country A, TWO (2) future child victims in Country B and FOUR (4) other future victims (ONE (1) child and THREE (3) adults) remain outstanding in FIVE (5) other countries as ONE (1) child victim will never be discovered. Four of the aforementioned victims may be included with twenty nine (29) other females to total one hundred eight (108) times or worldwide abductions with ongoing or partially completed private settlements. Private settlements that have not been processed and coordinated through a court of jurisdiction can be considered null. The american people at large are not aware of the violations that occurred in our own country (USA) and have no clue regarding the violations in one hundred ten (110) international countries throughout the world. INTERESTING ACCURATE INFORMATION I know this is unfair but . . . If Donald Trump had been caught and convicted for all of the crimes he committed as an adult; he could have received a maximum sentence of 1,172 YEARS IN PRISON (U.S. DOJ CALCULATION). If our famous football hero in the news recently had been caught and convicted for all of the crimes he committed as an adult; he could have received a maximum sentence of 720 YEARS IN PRISON. According to our current guidelines, we can consider any person that has a score of 500 YEARS IN PRISON or more as a criminal. When we exceed a score of 910 YEARS IN PRISON in our federal and state system; we consider the criminal as a level 3 violator. When we exceed a score of 1110 YEARS IN PRISON; we consider the criminal a level 4 violator. Donald Trump is currently at a level 4. PLEASE DISTRIBUTE. THANK YOU. WORLD LEADERS (PRESIDENTS) IN ONE HUNDRED FIFTY (150) COUNTRIES HAVE REVIEWED AND TRANSLATED THE ABOVE. PLEASE EMAIL OUR CONGRESS WITH ANY CONCERNS AT: https://www.house.gov/representatives Our people of the USA want to inform you that our President Donald Trump is regularly under review by our United States Congress. ENGLISH LANGUAGE NOTICE WE CURRENTLY RESIDE IN SE ASIA *** [email protected]