We the People of this great Nation need to stand together and hold the public servants accountable for the injustices and the tyranny that has imprisoned untold hundreds of thousands if not several millions of non-violent prisoners due to laws that were never even passed according to the quorum clause of the Constitution (Article 1, Section 5 states… “and a Majority of each shall constitute a Quorum to do Business”). The United States District Courts, Judges, and U.S. Attorneys of the Department of Justice are all well aware of this injustice but continue to prosecute and incarcerated more prisoners every day.
Our Congressmen and Senators and many in law enforcement continue to ignore the tragedy of this injustice which is that Title 18 (including Title 21 and 26) is not law. The “vote” on Title 18 was conducted on May 12, 1947 at a time when 218 House members were the minimum required for a quorum but only 44 members held a voice vote! This makes it impossible for Title 18 to be lawful. When this fact is brought before them to answer, they disregard the allegations and continue to incriminate themselves. The government is doing over a trillion dollars a day on the prisoners bonds. The prisoner’s cases are bonded and sold for profit without them knowing about it. You can say “It doesn’t affect me!” until you are also facing a court that ignores your Constitutional rights that they made an oath to uphold.
There is ample evidence that the IRS agents bribe US Attorneys and federal judges with huge kick-backs every time a criminal indictment is issued by a federal grand jury against an “illegal tax protestor.” These kick-backs range from $25,000 to $35,000 in cash. This is in violation of the Anti Kick-back Act of 1986 which penalizes the payment of kick-backs from federal government subcontractors (see 41 U.S.C. 51 et, seq.) and the IRS is considered a subcontractor. This allegation can be found in a table of delegation orders on a page within the Manual of the IRS, which is the Internal Policy and Procedures Manual for all IRS employees. This is also a reason the IRS cannot account for the billions in unexplained expenditures found in the GSA audits each year.
The Department of Justice has admitted that Title 18 is not law by their failure to answer a Summary Judgment that was docketed by the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on August 27, 2012. This Motion was filed by the Spire Law Group LLP, a nationwide law firm. The Motion was based on the un-refuted affidavits and proof that no Constitutional passage occurred for Title 18; it did not pass the quorum clause of the Constitution and therefore is not law. Since Title 18 includes the only authorization to allow “federal courts jurisdiction” in any criminal case, whether Title 18 (PUBLIC LAW 80-772), Title 21 or including Title 26 (see: Title 18, Criminal Code 3231), and since Title 18 itself is actually not a law, then, it is unlawful for the courts to do what they have been doing, the way they do it. Of course, criminals need to be tried for crimes committed; however, it must be done within the proper court, under lawful procedures and absolutely not under profit making schemes and conflicts of interest.
In Title 28 Section 132 Codes and 28 Section 1331 et, seq. the United States District Courts have jurisdiction in civil cases only (NOT CRIMINAL). Most all federal prisoners are tried in a jurisdiction that has no authority to hear criminal cases. Only the District Court in the District of Columbia has the authority to hear both criminal and civil cases. No wonder why the U.S. District Courts have a win ratio of convictions at 98.9%! Many of these cases are plea bargained by the prisoners when they find out from their court appointed counsel that if they don’t accept the plea offer they can be sentenced to many more years if they proceed to trial and should lose.
Our forefathers warned us what would take place if we did not hold our Government, Courts, Judges and our Public Servants accountable. It may seem that it has gone on too long to make a difference and that it is too entrenched to make a change, but that is not the case. Our forefathers faced this problem and they made a difference by writing the Constitution and the Bill of Rights that affected not only our nation but the entire world. Men and women were set free from a government that was out of control that ignored the rights of the very People that put them in power. Our forefathers wrote these famous words that have given people around the world hope and a renewed desire to be free. “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by Their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."
When Thomas Jefferson was in Europe someone asked him “How long, sir, do you believe the government [that of the United States] will last?” Jefferson replied, “As long as they abide by the Constitution.” If you ever go into this present court system you will soon realize we have already reached this prophetic utterance and it is time to say enough.
Over two million of our finest men and woman that given and shed their blood for this Nation and the Constitution they swore to protect, in addition to the many that still wear the uniforms today. How can we do anything less?
We have a government that declared war against its own people when they enacted the War Powers Emergency Act that was instituted by President Roosevelt. Slowly they have eroded our Constitutional rights by allowing courts to imprison millions of Americans by using their names and social security numbers for profit to gain trillions of dollars without the consent or knowledge of the prisoners, or their families. They made statutes, rules and regulations that were foreign to our Constitution. They have destroyed families by confiscating property from millions of Americans by unconstitutional tax codes and unjust taxation laws that they knew were contrived and enacted in violation to their oaths of office. They willingly and knowingly have committed treason, perjury and warred against the very Constitution that they swore to uphold. Our Congress, Senate, legislatures, Judges, Bankers and many of our public servants have participated and have turned their heads and looked the other way while our country has been robbed of its wealth.
Most members of the State and Federal Courts seem to be Gnostics; firmly believing they have access to wisdom denied the rest of us. Justice Antonin Scalia has asked: “What secret knowledge, one must wonder, is breathed into lawyers when they become Justices of the Court? Day by day, case by case, [the Court] is busy designing a Constitution for a country I do not recognize.”
The Federal Government, working with all State and U.S. District Courts has been secretly involved in selling and using the prisoners as goods or warehouse commodities or the Account as Chattel, and as commercial paper traded on the Wall Street Stock exchange. These acts are a violation against their oaths of office and against their own laws that they must follow. Sixty percent of the prisons are filled from non-violent crimes that are statutory, rules and regulations used not only to enslave but to prosper government and use the prisoners for profit. This is no different from a slave market created by using laws that are foreign and against the Constitution. The day will come when everyone that has benefited from these blatant violations against the People will be held accountable for these crimes. No amount of money can repay the people who have been wrongfully convicted and imprisoned due to the usage of a “law” that was never a law.
You might not be aware that in 1938 many of the Courts, Judges and the Attorneys cooperated in changing from the Common Law to a new system of law. A judge stated that prior to 1938 the Supreme Court was dealing with Public Law; and since 1938, judges are dealing with Public Policy, and not Common Law (see the Erie Railroad vs. Tomkins case of the Supreme Court). The Courts decided on commercial (Negotiable Instruments Law) and this overturned a standing decision of the courts for over 100 years. The Judge stated there would not be any cases under Common Law at the Federal level. This was the blending of Law with Equity. In 1938, all the higher judges, the top Attorneys and the U.S. Attorneys were called into a secret meeting and were told America is a bankrupted nation. It is owned completely by creditors. They were to take silent judicial notice of the facts, but were not to reveal it openly. Your present courts are operating under Admiralty Jurisdiction; the judges were instructed to call their courts anything they wanted but not “Admiralty” courts. The reason for this is that your defense would be different under Common Law. If there is no injured party under Common Law, then there is no cause of action.
If you were aware that you are being tried in Admiralty Jurisdiction and they admitted it on the record, you would be able to demand that the international maritime contract that you had breached be placed on the record and introduced as evidence. Fellow Americans you can make a difference. This man did:
In March 1775, there was a young attorney, Patrick Henry, who rode into a small town called Culpeper, Virginia. In the middle of the town square was a minister tied to a whipping post, his back laid bare and bloody with the bones of his ribs showing. He had been scourged mercilessly like Jesus, with whips laced with metal. Patrick Henry asked what he did. He was one of the twelve that refused to take a license. A license often becomes an arbitrary control by government that makes a crime out of what ordinarily would not be a crime. Does that sound familiar what is happening today? It turns a right into a privilege. Three days later they scourged him to death. Patrick Henry later wrote these famous words and rallying cry of the American Revolution. “What is that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me". "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”“Those you expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it". Thomas Paine.
Now, you have a choice to make.