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As we read from the U.S. Constitution Art. III, Sec. 2. From the reading itself we can gleam that all three; Ambassadors, other Public Minister and Consuls have been placed in a peculiar category. These three in nature all have one thing in common. They serve another purpose, not their own.

The breakdown of the words "Public Minister." See Black's Law Dictionary 5th ed; Public as an adj.

"Pertaining to a state, nation, or whole community; proceeding from, relating to, or affecting the whole body of the people or an entire community... Peacock v. Retail Credit Co., D.C.Ga., 302 F. Supp. 418, 423."

"As to Public Accounts; ... Administrator; Agent; ....Minister."

In the second paragraph we read that only the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction of such glorified political status. One is not a Public Minister if he can be proved to be a citizen of this Constitution. Citizens of this Constitution can be tried in the "inferior courts ordained and established" for this purpose, see Sec. 1.

Because of the facts presented by the text I am of the opinion the Ambassadors, other Public Ministers and Consuls would be from a foreign state. Foreign in the sense of, foreign to the U.S. Constitution.

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