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Deprivations lawful?

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  • Alan Bacon (sui Juris)
    Until about 1950, American law schools taught that: Constitutional government is a government by law. The office of the state is to establish and maintain
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 1, 2004
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      Until about 1950, American law schools taught that: "Constitutional
      government is a government by law. The office of the state is to
      establish and maintain laws." Henry Campbell Black, American
      Constitutional Law §70 (4th ed., West Pub. 1927). They also
      taught: "Due process of law requires, first, the legislative act
      authorizing the [depriv]ation, pointing out how it may be made...
      etc."

      These original principles of the People subsequently went out of
      favor with "law professors," and are no longer found written in any
      common "law school" textbooks. By the 1970s, Attorney Richard M.
      Nixon and his associates including (now-Chief Justice) William
      Rehnquist endeavored to establish a different Form of Government that
      can act against the People totally unconstrained by Law (and
      therefore operate outside and beyond the Consent of the Governed).
      They have now accomplished that.

      In Hudson v. Palmer (1984) and Parratt v. Taylor (1981), etc., the US
      Supreme Court opined that the Constitutional rights of Free Citizens
      and of Slaves (prisoners) to hold property shall henceforth be the
      SAME in the United States, and that free citizens shall be governed
      like the slaves- by the same Form of "random and unauthorized"
      government which operates efficiently inside our prisons. The Court
      opined that no Executive or Judicial officer of the United States nor
      of the several States who has sworn to uphold the Constitution has
      any duty under it to "refrain" from "intentionally"
      committing "random and unauthorized deprivations" of a free citizen's
      life, "liberty" or "property." But for this Doctrine, the wilful
      commission of an unauthorized deprivation of a free citizen's Life,
      Liberty or Property by a state or federal agent would be punishable
      as a Federal Crime. 18 USC § 242
      http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/crim/242fin.htm

      The Doctrine "provide[s] that random, unauthorized deprivations did
      not violate [the Constitution] if adequate" money is available to pay
      compensation. http://www.law.utexas.edu/dawson/cases/racing/patin.htm

      And yet, judges DISMISS cases !!!

      See Deprivations on the Edification disk:
      http://www.freedom-school.com/edification.html
    • Nilbux@aol.com
      In a message dated 1/1/2004 11:43:37 PM US Eastern Standard Time, ... THE SOLE FUNCTION OF LEGAL TENDER IS TO TAKE LABOR AND PROPERTY WITHOUT PAYING.
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 1, 2004
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        In a message dated 1/1/2004 11:43:37 PM US Eastern Standard Time, arement@... writes:

        The Doctrine "provide[s] that random, unauthorized deprivations did
        not violate [the Constitution] if adequate" money is available to pay
        compensation


          THE SOLE FUNCTION OF LEGAL TENDER IS TO TAKE LABOR
          AND PROPERTY WITHOUT PAYING.  COMMUNISM!

           NO BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT PAYS FOR ANYTHING.
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