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  • Jerry Stanton
    These are not arrests of the people that protest. These are not arrest made by police across the country. This is simple to understand, that is really going
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      These are not arrests of the people that protest.
      These are not arrest made by police across the country. This is simple to understand, that is really going on. All one has to do is read the constitutions on what is required for a lawful arrest, and their right to protest. This is a direct attack up on the people's liberty by a armed forces. It is not we the people who are the criminals. No one has to consent to these criminal acts.
      Think you will find similar laws in you state.


                                            THE MICHIGAN PENAL CODE (EXCERPT)
                                                                             CHAPTER L
      KIDNAPPING  Act 328 of 1931

      750.349 Kidnapping; "restrain" defined; violation as felony; penalty; other violation arising from same transaction.
      (2) As used in this section, "restrain" means to restrict a person's movements or to confine the person so as to interfere with that person's liberty without that person's consent or without legal authority. The restraint does not have to exist for any particular length of time and may be related or incidental to the commission of other criminal acts.
      (3) A person who commits the crime of kidnapping is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for life or any term of years or a fine of not more than $50,000.00, or both.
      (4) This section does not prohibit the person from being charged with, convicted of, or sentenced for any other violation of law arising from the same transaction as the violation of this section. to furnish meaningful protection from unfounded interference with liberty." Ibid.

      THE MICHIGAN PENAL CODE (EXCERPT)
      Torture Act 328 of 1931


      750.85 Torture; felony; penalty; definitions; element of crime; other laws.
      (b) "Custody or physical control" means the forcible restriction of a person's movements or forcible confinement of the person so as to interfere with that person's liberty, without that person's consent or without lawful authority.
      3) Proof that a victim suffered pain is not an element of the crime under this section.
      (4) A conviction or sentence under this section does not preclude a conviction or sentence for a violation of any other law of this state arising from the same transaction
      Breaking News and Commentary from Citizens for Legitimate Government
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        Lord give us strength. Jerry James Stanton


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