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Thread: Dealing wth Police Abuse and Government Corruption Cases

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    Dealing wth Police Abuse and Government Corruption Cases

    From observing cases like the Michael Brown case, it seems that many have been conditioned to hand evidence over to the very perpetrators of crimes that would destroy such evidence, to make certified reports before the same perpetrators. Feel free to chime in on this. It seems more reasonable to:

    [1] have two or more witnesses make affidavits and file them in a County or USDC case jacket;
    [2] serve the documents on the State Attorney General, the Federal Attorney General, the state Court Administrator (if related to judicial misconduct), the Chief of Police or Mayor for a Municipality; the Sheriff for a county;
    [3] to deposit electronic evidence in the form of DVDs in two different case jackets
    [4] after the above provide the evidence to the respective police departments.

    Those making the affidavits can do so pursuant to the Saving to Suitors Clause and can even approach the courts on an ex rel basis or amicus curae bases or even go as far as issuing mandamus or exercising some other extraordinary remedy.

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    In other words, it seems that common sense would have one avoiding going to the same police department or group that perpetrated the crimes with key evidence and instead putting the evidence in the USDC and/or County case jackets and serving it on key officials. What say ye?
    Last edited by allodial; 08-16-15 at 09:29 PM.
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    Being a farmer & whatnot....I'd be more inclined to make use of my spreader



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    Police are a PARAMILITARY organization and PRIVATE ARMY of the municipality waging domestic warfare on some segments of the population for profit and gain of their lords i.e. the municipality and the state.

    Government is a political corporation whose primary business is warfare in addition to its analogue forms whether law, religion, commerce, politics, or suppressing certain domestic populations.
    Last edited by shikamaru; 08-22-15 at 06:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shikamaru View Post
    Police are a PARAMILITARY organization and PRIVATE ARMY of the municipality waging domestic warfare on some segments of the population for profit and gain of their lords i.e. the municipality and the state.

    Government is a political corporation whose primary business is warfare in addition to its analogue forms whether law, religion, commerce, politics, or suppressing certain domestic populations.
    First and foremost they are peace officers licensed by the State, secondly they get hired by the municipal corporations. Maybe the solution is that we should be hiring them instead of letting the municipalities gobble up the majority of them. Before most any cop is hire-able by a municipality, they get training and certification (ala POST / Peace Officer Standards and Training) to become a peace officer for a given State. Once the municipalities employ them, they become police--hired to enforce municipal policy. That is why one does not typically see sheriffs involved in issuing traffic tickets or issuing tickets for how tall someone's grass is or is not.

    The sheriff, the sheriffs deputies, court clerks and the judges are the peace officers or conservators of the peace who are typically outside of the municipal corporation paradigm. Key is in not allowing them to incorporate everything or do away with sheriffs--keeping sheriffs and non-police peace officers is highly important.

    In a county "gobbled up" by municipalities (such as Five Burroughs of New York)--the 'populace' is presumed dead. It seems that the sheriffs, his clerk and the court judges would remain outside of the municipal paradigm. Sheriffs tend to wear brown (which is like red) and gold which is said to signify they being for or of the 'living' or the de jure authority. Police wear blue, black or green to signify they are on the civilly-dead or corporate side. Sheriffs are not police. In the case were sheriffs wear blue, I have found they are typically part of a unified city-county government system.

    The sheriff traditionally serves the role of the king's local agent or of principal conservator of the peace for a given county (a county officer with a county being a subdivision of a state).
    Last edited by allodial; 08-22-15 at 08:04 PM.
    All rights reserved. Without prejudice. No liability assumed. No value assured.

    "The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
    "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter." Proverbs 25:2
    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

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