Subject: Comment on File Number 4-637

February 9, 2012

Securities and Exchange Comm.

Dear Securities and Exchange Comm.,

Please tell the truth about where the concept of corporate personhood came from. It is not in the Constitution. It was not even an opinion written by a justice of the courts.

"It (Corporate Personhood) was connivance by a former railroad company president, Bancroft Davis, who, changed jobs to become a Supreme Court Clerk who wrote a headnote that came to be viewed as the key verbiage that led to the setting of precedent on corporate personhood." The case was the 1886 Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad case.

Say something about this that at your next press conference.

Thank you for considering my comment.


Mari Eliza