This Is Why They Removed Civics from the Class­room!

Lakeith Smith Got 65 Years for the Death of a 16-​Year-​Old Killed By Police

Lakeith Smith Got 65 Years for the Death of a 16-​Year-​Old Killed By Police

As soon as I saw this story writ­ten by Marty Roney My first thought was “This is why they took civics out of the class­room.” And you might say (if you’re a brown per­son in Amer­ica) I never knew it was ever in the school sys­tem. Well if you’re younger than I am(at least 64 years on the planet, how­ever, I write this on the day after my earth day so 65) it most def­i­nitely was not in the schools that you went to unless maybe you were in a school that was full of Cau­casians. First, we will look at the story. With some interjections.

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Seat Belts (cov­er­ing the bases)

If you have read (or lis­ten to) seat belts, Then you may have ques­tions about what to do if the judge allows you to defend your­self in court? As by the time you get to this point there should be no ques­tion about lawyers , all ref­er­ence to lawyers in this explanaition can be disregarded.

Please make your own notes. Play it as many time as you need to have it fixed in your mind

This addi­tion infor­ma­tion come from the Youtube chan­nel of zujilin2, and I agree 100% with it!

Find the Defect!

I just hap­pen to find this video on youtube

Not many peo­ple have this good a grip on the system.

Pub­lic Right to Sue!

All of the pub­lic ser­vants have taken an Oath, they are sworn to uphold and defend the Con­sti­tu­tion of the United States against all ene­mies for­eign or Domes­tic! Title 18 Sec­tion 23 81

Our Con­sti­tu­tions laws do not only apply to peace offi­cers, judges, but any pub­lic ser­vant or ser­vants. Ie Con­trac­tors state license boards, Build­ing depart­ments, plan­ning com­mis­sions, Park rangers, any pub­lic ser­vant that vio­lates the Con­sti­tu­tion or that attempt to aid in extor­tion, through unjust enrich­ment of their office through fines or fees that vio­late Con­sti­tu­tional law. Or that aid in tyranny or assist in a dic­ta­tor­ship with the soul pur­pose in design to set aside or sup­plant the United States and its Con­sti­tu­tional law and any of its ammendments

Oath of office Title 18 sect, 2381 Mar­bury vs Madi­son Oath of office Title 18 Sec­tion 2381 6th amend­ment con­sti­tu­tion is supreme all laws must be con­sti­tu­tional or they are mute.

Uncon­sti­tu­tional Offi­cial Acts 16 Am Jur 2d, Sec 177 late 2d, Sec 256: The gen­eral mis­con­cep­tion is that any statute passed by leg­is­la­tors bear­ing the appear­ance of law con­sti­tutes the law of the land. The U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion is the supreme law of the land, and any statute, to be valid, must be In agree­ment.. It is impos­si­ble for both the Con­sti­tu­tion and a law vio­lat­ing it to be valid; one must pre­vail. The Gen­eral rule is that an uncon­sti­tu­tional statute, though hav­ing the form and name of law is in real­ity no law, but is wholly void, and inef­fec­tive for any pur­pose; since uncon­sti­tu­tion­al­ity dates from the time of it’s enact­ment and not merely from the date of the deci­sion so brand­ing it. An uncon­sti­tu­tional law, in legal con­tem­pla­tion, is as inop­er­a­tive as if it had never been passed. Such a statute leaves the ques­tion that it pur­ports to set­tle just as it would be had the statute not been enacted.

§2382. Mis­pri­sion of trea­son Who­ever, owing alle­giance to the United States and hav­ing knowl­edge of the com­mis­sion of any trea­son against them, con­ceals and does not, as soon as may be, dis­close and make known the same to the Pres­i­dent or to some judge of the United States, or to the gov­er­nor or to some judge or jus­tice of a par­tic­u­lar State, is guilty of mis­pri­sion of trea­son and shall be fined under this title or impris­oned not more than seven years, or both.

§2384. Sedi­tious con­spir­acy If two or more per­sons in any State or Ter­ri­tory, or in any place sub­ject to the juris­dic­tion of the United States, con­spire to over­throw, put down, or to destroy by force the Gov­ern­ment of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the author­ity thereof, or by force to pre­vent, hin­der, or delay the exe­cu­tion of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or pos­sess any prop­erty of the United States con­trary to the author­ity thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or impris­oned not more than twenty years, or both.

It is high time these social­ist that aid and sup­port Uncon­sti­tu­tional dic­ta­tors are brought to jus­tice. title 18 sec­tion 2382: That any­one of us (We the peo­ple ) can and should file a crim­i­nal com­plaint in a fed­eral court of law, against any pub­lic ser­vant that vio­lates their oath of office. It is also within the power of we the peo­ple to file a com­plaint, a civil suit in a fed­eral court of law as well as a class action law suit under fed­eral juris­dic­tion against any pub­lic ser­vant that vio­lates any of our Con­sti­tu­tional amend­ments. It is our duty by Con­sti­tu­tional law Mis­pri­sion of trea­son! Title 18 Sec­tion 2382

A pub­lic ser­vant or offi­cer of the court can­not claim immu­nity Supreme Court reports 100 vol P.1398 Maine vs fib­bado 1982 100 supreme Court 100 vol p.2502 Also Owen vs city of inde­pen­dence Mis­souri : 1982 Offi­cers of the court claim­ing to act in good faith does not relieve said offi­cers from lia­bil­ity. Will­ful depra­va­tion or igno­rance of the law can­not be claimed by a judge or offi­cer of the law who’s duty is to know the law. No judi­cial immu­nity if you vio­late some­ones con­sti­tu­tional rights! All offi­cials who vio­late a cit­i­zens rights under Con­sti­tu­tional law put them­selves in peril of crim­i­nal and civil recourse! As a cit­i­zen can­not claim igno­rance of the law much less an offi­cial of the court. Sec. 241 & 242 Sec 1983, 1985, 1986 Vio­la­tion of con­sti­tu­tional rights does not relieve from lia­bil­ity any offi­cer of the court. Estab­lishes your right to sue any­one who vio­lates your con­sti­tu­tional rights.

Briers vs U.S. Sec 273 U.S reports vol p.28 Pay atten­tion to note #3 Police cor­rup­tion : Have the right to record or video in pub­lic any pub­lic offi­cial Glik vs Cun­nifee 655 f3d 78 ( 1st cir 2011 All video shall be held as evi­dence in the pros­e­cu­tion of vio­la­tion of oath of office.

Quick Review of the Max­ims

young boy asking a question

It has occurred to me that not all are acquainted with the max­ims of law or they are not using them on a day to day basis. I also am of the opin­ion that this is not only a prob­lem for the pub­lic but is also a prob­lem for those who know the law. I believe that this is the rea­son that civic class was removed from all pub­lic school. Because if you do not know the law you can not know your rights and if you do not know your rights you do not have any. For exam­ple, how can one defend a right that he does not know he has? It can not be done.

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