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Complaint Dismissed in Indiana – Prosecution Withdraws

A big congrats to Dale in Indiana for taking a principled stand against the predators and getting a prosecutor to withdraw their false charges. Dale was accused of violating the code in Indiana. Dale defended against the accusation by challenging the prosecutor’s foundation claim, that since Dale was physically in Indiana, the rules created by men and women called “government” apply to him. This is the basis of their claims of jurisdiction, the court’s and police, and an essential element of the alleged code violation. Because no matter how much you believe otherwise, it’s not possible to prove a rule was violated unless you prove it applies in the first place. Dale filed a discovery/Brady request with the motion to dismiss. The prosecution offered to drop the charges if Dale complied with their rules. Dale didn’t accept, he wanted the motion and discovery request addressed. The judge decided to give the prosecution thirty days to respond to the motion and provide the evidence requested. Again, this included evidence the constitution applied to Dale because he is physically in Indiana and the witness with personal knowledge of that evidence. Instead of providing the evidence the prosecution said they needed thirty days to provide, they moved to dismiss. The motion as you can see, was granted. Why would it take thirty days to provide the evidence proving the constitution applied? Why couldn’t she give Dale the name of her witness with personal knowledge of evidence proving the code applied? She didn’t have it, it doesn’t exist and she had to know that before she told the judge she needed thirty days to comply. Why didn’t she object to having to provide such discovery saying her claim the constitution applied doesn’t require evidence, didn’t need to be proven and is irrefutable so she wasn’t required to provide any such evidence? Why not argue, as the critics do, that whether the constitution applied is a theoretical issue of law requiring no evidence? The prosecutor should have objected to anything that was not relevant discovery material. If asking for evidence the constitution and code apply and the witness with personal knowledge of such are not legitimate items of discovery, then the judge would have ruled that when giving the prosecution thirty days to respond. The judge was obviously aware of the discovery request, asking the prosecutor twice if they had read it, even suggesting to read it thoroughly. Could it have been “too much... read more

Does the Government work for us or we work for the Government? WAKE UP!

Does the Government work for us or we work for the Government? What if the Constitution no longer applied? What the whole purpose of the Constitution was to limit the Government? What if Congress’s enumerated powers in the Constitution no longer limited Congress, but were actually used as a justification to extend Congress’s authority over every realm of human life? What if the President, meant to be an equal to Congress had, instead become a democratically-elected term-limited monarch? What if the President assumed that everything he did was legal, just because he’s the President? What if he could interrupt your regularly-scheduled radio and TV programming for a special message from him?What if he could declare war on his own? What if he could read your emails and your texts without a search warrant? What if he could kill you without warning?What if the Supreme Court justices no longer looked to the Constitution to determine the Constitutionality of the law but rather simply, to what justices who preceded them thought about it? What if the rights and principles guaranteed in the Constitution had been so distorted over the past two hundred years, as to be unrecognizable by the Founders? What if the Fifty States were no longer sovereign entities, equals to each other and parents of the Federal Government they voluntarily constituted? What if the states were mere provinces of a totally nationalized and fully nationalized government? What if the Constitution was amended stealthily, not by Constitutional amendments, duly ratified by the States but by the constant and persistent expansion of the Federal Government’s role in our lives? What if the Federal Government decided if its own powers were proper and Constitutional? What if the Constitution were no longer the supreme law of the land? What if you needed a license from the Government to speak, to assemble or to protest against the Government? What if the Government didn’t like what you’d planned to say, so it didn’t give you the license? What if the right to keep and bear arms only applied to the Government? What if Posse Commitatus, the Federal Law that prohibits our military from occupying our streets were no longer in effect? What if the Government considered the military an adequate dispenser of domestic law enforcement? What if cops looked and acted like troops and you couldn’t distinguish the military from the police? What if you were not secure in your person, in your papers, in... read more
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