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Re: [ronpaul-48] FW: Long Live the King of Florida

From: Paul
Sent on: Friday, December 13, 2013 3:48 PM
Wow Jake, thanks for sharing that with the group!

We really need to push this point so that they allow us to practice our seventh amendment rights.

The court systems are so corrupt and this would go along way in cleaning them up.

Paul

On Dec 13, 2013, at 3:37 PM, Henry Morgan <[address removed]> wrote:

But on second thought ....... I think not .....

 

From: The Phantom
Sent: Friday, December 13,[masked]:57 PM
To: Jake
Subject: RE: Long Live the King of Florida
Importance: High

 

Sadly, it seems, the Freedom Builders' community have yet another lawsuit befitting the category of 'lost-before-it-began' and the reason is arguably simple: The late, great Otto Skinner's paraphrased quote ("I heartily applaud those who would stand up and fight this monster called tyranny, but I give no credit whatsoever to erroneous legal conclusions") was ---in its most crucial aspect--- ignored.  
 
As quoted from Wiki:
 
Unlike many of the provisions of the Bill of Rights, the Seventh Amendment has never been incorporated (applied to the states). The Supreme Court stated in Walker v. Sauvinet (1875), Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad v. Bombolis (1916) and Hardware Dealers' Mut. Fire Ins. Co. of Wisconsin v. Glidden Co. (1931) that states were not required to provide jury trials in civil cases.[15]
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution
 
 


From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: FW: Long Live the King of Florida
Date: Fri, 13 Dec[masked]:31:53 -0500

Veddy interesting.  I just might go to this.

 

Long live the King of Florida!

By Don Baldauf

 

Yes, believe it or not, King George III, (yep, the one we defeated during the Revolutionary War), is still the final word in the law of the land in Florida. So who is stating that? Well you might think it is Toronto Mayor Rob Ford but, although that would make sense, you would be wrong. It is actually the Florida Attorney Generals Office, Specifically Assistant Attorney General Carol Cherry.

 

According to Assistant Attorney General Carol Cherry, Florida is governed by the Common Laws of England that were in place in 1776 and neither the United States Constitution nor the State of Florida Constitution overrules the Kings Laws. To make matters worse, the notion was upheld by Manatee County Judge K. Douglas Henderson. I know you are waiting for the punch line but this is no joke.

 

It has lead to an $18 Million Dollar deprivation of 7th Amendment Rights law suit filed in Florida against 26 defendants including Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi for depriving me of my Constitutionally Protected right to settle a controversy by way of a jury trial.

 

The right to settle a controversy between an individual and the government was reinforced by the 7th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution SPECIFICALLY to protect the individuals from losing their property and liberty to an overbearing, out of control government by insuring that a jury of their peers, who could consider both the facts and the law, would make the final decision in the controversy. King George III denied that right and that is what grievance number 18 in the Declaration of Independence is all about.

 

The State of Florida, who states that they adopted the common laws of England that were in place in 1776 when they became a state, believes they have the authority to deny the jury trial. You have to ask, why become a State, why not just become a subject of England?

 

You can read the law suit complaint at www.JuryTrialRights.com but it is very important that we load up the courtroom with witnesses for the first hearing on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 1:30 in Courtroom 6A of the Manatee County Courthouse at 1051 Manatee Ave West, Bradenton, Florida 34205. Everybody has the right to attend this hearing and it is the best way to make sure that justice is served.

 

 

From: Deb Caso [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Wednesday, December 11,[masked]:16 PM
To: Deb Caso
Subject: Long Live the King of Florida

 

Thought you might find this interesting!

 

UN Agenda21 Sustainable Development

Learn about it. Fear it. END IT!

http://www.agenda21today.com

http://freedomadvocates.org

God save our Republic.

 





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