RE: [tips_and_tricks] Illegal Speed Limits
- David Toppin wrote:
> the cops go on their merryThat's how it is here in California, and most likely everywhere by now.
> way writing invalid and illegal tickets. Most people just pay.
Soon people might be needing their funds for life support after they've
lost the house and car, and might decide it's worth fighting back,
especially to avoid being the last on their block to do so. The Ron
Paul Revolution is spreading fast, and extends to topics like ours, ones
that it appears the other candidates and their supporters are unable to
even acknowledge much less discuss intelligently.
> People should fight EVERY ticket they get.Absolutely! If everyone did that alone, even if they were all
convicted, it would help. But the odds on getting convicted can be
DRASTICLY REDUCED with some knowledge. First thing: be able to
distinguish rights from privileges, then, don't waive any rights, and
don't accept any privileges. Easy. Most folks are loaded down with
privileges and cannot list 20 rights. Even for those timid types, 90%
of convictions come from admissions and confessions. So, just shut up
and you'll be way ahead of the crowd.
> In MA, you go in front ofSame here. Except for the paying part. We cannot "pay" anything here
> a magistrate first, and you usually lose there, you need to pay to
> appeal it to the judge, where you can cross examine the cop and beat
> the ticket
anymore (very little lawful money in circulation). So you make them
waive any "fees" (if you can find anyone willing to put their name on
the line after you file the current copy of their non-conforming oath
into your case file.) It's really over in California. The only ones
playing and paying to play are the statists and power cult believers.
You really have to waive innumerable rights to be convicted and
imprisoned in California. When I got here, I thought it had to be a
police state with prisons all over the place and everyone seeming to be
coming out of or going into one. But my actual experience has shown me
otherwise, that it is a very free state. The apparent dichotomy is
caused by the different treatment given to those who know the law and
use it (1%??) versus those who believe propaganda about the law and act
on that instead (99%??). I have experienced outcomes to incidents that
were 180 degrees opposite from what I expected. Many times, in a spirit
of independence and civil disobedience I've taken actions that I
expected would get me arrested and mistreated. But nothing happens. I
guess because I stand on my rights and the law every time. I don't
think the law is being respected in these cases, but it seems that there
is enough doubt introduced into the minds of the impersonating paycheck
anticipators that they take my advice to prey upon less unpalatable
Yes, it's time for all good men to come to the aid of their country and
"just say NO!" to socialism and fascism and tyranny. Don't take
tickets, wake up sleeping magistrates at all hours, and disqualify
everyone who contends against you. That will spin their wheels!