Here in Massachusetts, if you are placed under duress by a police officer who commands you to do something, and you do not do it and are arrested, you will
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, Nov 30, 2005
Here in Massachusetts, if you are placed under "duress"
by a police officer who commands you to do something, and you do
do it and are arrested, you will have a false arrest record
for the rest of your life, for in Massachusetts, it is not
unconstitutional to have a false arrest record for life.
If you don't immediately do what the cops tell you to
do, you will be then arrested and have a record.
This is duress.
The Supreme Court of Massachusetts ruled in August 2002,
that cops are infallible and if you are arrested by the cops
in Massachusetts, you can never have the arrest expunged,
even if you are found NOT GUILTY by a jury of your peers.
This is duress.
There are many US Supreme Court rulings on "signed under
This is how you reserve your right to contest the situation
you find yourself in.
At 08:51 AM 11/30/05 -0500, you wrote:
Greetings Paul, etal,
Signing documents with "under duress" over ones signature
The courts have already ruled that one must be under "direct,
imminent duress" for it to mean anything valid!
When someone who is honestly mistaken hears the truth,
They will either quit being mistaken or cease to be honest!
On Sun, 27 Nov 2005 21:39:15 EST
I sign everything
(under duress) No one ever checks what
you put down as a name.
I sign everything under protest.
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