RE: [tips_and_tricks] Re: exercising the right to remain silent
> I have been thinking to keep this on a simple verbal level. I canI think you may be onto something with the Quiet Man routine. I start
> always serve them my notice if they continue.
> Can anything I say be used against me?
> If Y->I better stay quiet.
> If N->Put it in writing. I don't volunteer to testify.
> This should help me stay quiet while sleep deprived.
> Are there any other core issues? Frog Farmer? Anything else to do at
> the initial moment of confrontation?
by asserting my own authority by questioning any authority proposed to
belong to anyone else, especially if they are claiming it over me. The
last time I asked one of these actors who he was, and he replied with a
corporate office title instead of his first name and surname, I merely
said, "I don't think so!" He was shocked speechless so I told him we
could ask his boss, and when I asked, "are you the boss" to one of those
there, I was told, "no, he is!" indicating the scruffiest of the troupe.
I've posted the whole story before, but the bottom line was nobody
refuted me when I contended that they were NOT the officeholders they
thought they were. And they lied, in front of witnesses. Nothing ever
came of it.
I like this line: "Put it in writing so I can show my attorney". But
that point is only reached with a qualified actor, not a fraudulent
usurper like Barry Soetoro.
Remember, you have a right to have an attorney present for any
"in-custody interrogation". That means even ONE question. So if the
answer to "am I free to go?" is "no" then you don't have to answer
And if the answer is "yes", you just walk away.