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Jury Rights Day, Constitution Day, bad cops

From: i4freedom
Sent on: Thursday, August 29, 2013 11:11 AM

Jury Rights Day is September 5. The main reason for a jury of your peers is to provide justice by a disinterested third party and prevent government from becoming tyrannical. Jurors are part of our check and balance system and they have the right and duty to judge and evaluate the evidence, claims and the law(s). If a juror disagrees with a law, believes it is unconstitutional or not applicable, the juror must find the defendant “innocent”. Jury nullification is a jury verdict of “innocent” (or “not guilty”) contrary to the evidence, law(s) and/or judge’s instructions. More information at www. fija.org

Constitution Day is September 17. The people of the states wrote and ratified our “supreme law of the land” for politicians to obey.

Conflict of interest: police, prosecutor and judge are part of the same government and have the same goals – collect money.
“peace officer” in California Constitution article 1, sections 3(3) and 14. Not found in any California “law”
“law enforcement” in California Constitution article 1, section 3(5); article 13, section 36(1)(A); article 5, section 13. Not found in any California “law”
Do cops ever need deadly force? People are innocent of a crime(s) until proven guilty by government and declared guilty by a jury of their peers. Cops have no authority to be the executioner. Their job is to keep the peace. Therefore, cops only need devices to stop a crime in action with little to no physical harm to the suspect. Even a shooter can be stopped without deadly force – flash-bang bombs, rubber bullets, pepper spray, Taser guns, bean bags. “Shoot first, ask questions later” is unconstitutional, murder, reactionary and a violation of the right to life. Sometimes cops shoot a nonsuspect or a bystander. Property is often damaged from bullets not hitting the target. Some suspects are shot while unarmed.
How can we stop these out of control tyrants? Cameras. Camera videoing the cops and cops videoing. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/22/us/in-california-a-champion-for-police-cameras.html?hp&_r=1&

To police/law enforcement/officers/cops/authorities:
1. People preceded government and police.
2. People created government and police "to serve and protect" their rights and property.
3. People wrote and ratified our national and state constitutions.
4. "…Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed." – Declaration of Independence.
5. Police took an oath of office to obey our national and state constitutions, not orders from politicians or chiefs. It is the crime of perjury to violate your oath.
6. People did NOT give government and police more power than they, the creators, have.
7. Police used to be called, and still are in many laws, "peace officers" because keeping the peace is your job. Lately, powerful politicians ignoring their oath of office expect police to enforce laws and their opinions. Most "laws" created by politicians are color of law because the "laws" either violate a constitution, violate a human right(s) and/or were not passed by proper constitutional procedures. Therefore, police should be called color of law enforcement (COLE). But your duty is still to keep the peace regardless of the law. By enforcing color of law, there is a growing hostility between the people, and politicians and COLE. Tyrannical and usurping police are necessary in a police state (which is unconstitutional, immoral and dangerous to liberty and people). People riot and rebel in police states and many COLE are injured or killed.
8. People have the right to due process - innocent until proven guilty, government has the burden of proof (5 U.S.C. 556(d), equal protection under the law, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Amendments. Common Law and common sense: If there is not harm and no victim, then there is no crime. People should be treated with respect and in accordance with the Golden Rule.
9. As the claimant, COLE and/or prosecutor must prove: a) personal jurisdiction; b) subject matter jurisdiction; c) territorial jurisdiction; d) scienter/mensrea (intent or knowledge of wrongdoing) prior to the act; e) that the "law" claimant is enforcing exists, is constitutional and does not violate any human rights; f) that the claimed act violated such constitutional law.
10. Take the oath of "orders we will not obey" at Oathkeepers.org
11. People have the right to privacy, video police and other public servants, citizen’s arrest, file complaints, sue, Jury Nullification and defend themselves against any one for any danger. You have the choice between being a COLE or a peace officer.

For postcard:
To police/law enforcement/officers/cops/authorities:
1. People preceded government and police and created government and police "to serve and protect" their rights and property.
2. Police took an oath of office to obey our national and state constitutions, not orders from politicians or chiefs. It is the crime of perjury to violate your oath.
3. Police used to be, and still are in many laws, called "peace officers" because keeping the peace is your job. Lately, powerful politicians ignoring their oath of office expect police to enforce laws and their opinions. Most "laws" created by politicians are color of law because the "laws" either violate a constitution, violate a human right(s) and/or were not passed by proper constitutional procedures. Therefore, police should be called color of law enforcement (COLE). But your duty is still to keep the peace regardless of the law. By enforcing color of law, there is a growing hostility between the people, and politicians and COLE. A police state is unconstitutional, immoral and dangerous to liberty and people. People riot and rebel in police states and many COLE are injured or killed.
4. People have the right to due process - innocent until proven guilty, equal protection under the law, government has the burden of proof, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Amendments. Common Law and common sense: No victim?, no crime. People should be treated with respect and in accordance with the Golden Rule.
5. Take the oath of "orders we will not obey" at Oathkeepers.org
6. People have the right to privacy, video police and other public servants, citizen’s arrest, file complaints, sue, Jury Nullification and defend themselves against any one for any danger.

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