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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Can People Organize for Legal Self-defense?

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  • Jeff Sedgwick
    What you are proposing sounds very much like what Richard Cornforth has been advocating for years. J ___ Thank you for your message at 06:55 PM 6/7/06 +0000,
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 7, 2006
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      What you are proposing sounds very much like what Richard Cornforth
      has been advocating for years.

      J


      ___ Thank you for your message at 06:55 PM 6/7/06 +0000, lkindr. Your
      message was:

      >.Could a group of people organize to help defend each other in court
      >etc in the event of violations of any member's rights by outsiders, or
      >especially by public office holders?
      >.Let's say a member of the group receives a traffic ticket
      >for "driving" without a license or insurance. Could the group then sue
      >the cop for false arrest? And, if a court holds a hearing or trial on
      >the charges without admitting lack of subject matter jurisdiction etc,
      >could the group sue the judge and prosecutor for fraud, misconduct in
      >office etc?
      >.Or let's say a member is charged with failing to pay income taxes etc.
      >Could the group sue the IRS agennt for misconduct, making false charges
      >etc?
      >.Are there groups anywhere that do this kind of thing? Is there any
      >reason average citizens can't do this in order to help end corruption
      >in public offices? And wouldn't it be wise for such groups to promote
      >members to run for public office themselves?
      >.Good Day. LK
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