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Officials may not exercise their authority for personal motives

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  • Legalbear
    [G]overnment officials in general, and police officers in particular, may not exercise their authority for personal motives, particularly in response to real
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 18, 2004
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      "[G]overnment officials in general, and police officers in particular, may not exercise their authority for

      personal motives, particularly in response to real or perceived slights to their dignity. Surely, anyone who

      takes an oath of office knows - or should know - that much.")." McCurdy v Montgomery County , Ohio ,

      240 F3d 512 (6th Cir. 2001).

       

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    • Frog Farmer
      ... And impersonators who have not taken the oath of office, who exercise the sloppily conceded authority of the victims of their crimes of impersonation, are
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 29, 2004
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        On Oct 18, 2004, at 2:28 AM, Legalbear wrote:

        > "[G]overnment officials in general, and police officers in particular,
        > may not exercise their authority for
        >
        > personal motives, particularly in response to real or perceived
        > slights to their dignity. Surely, anyone who
        >
        > takes an oath of office knows - or should know - that much.")."
        > McCurdy v Montgomery County, Ohio,
        >
        > 240 F3d 512 (6th Cir. 2001).
        >

        "And impersonators who have not taken the oath of office, who exercise
        the sloppily conceded authority of the victims of their crimes of
        impersonation, are always doing so for personal motives, the primary of
        which are called the "paycheck" which is highly anticipated by
        impersonators who know they can get away with their crimes going
        under-reported due to general ignorance and apathy."
        - Frog Farmer's Big Book of Common Sense, 5th Edition.

        So, maybe a handful of victims on this list have checked out oaths of
        office.

        Then maybe they wonder why people continually and almost universally
        grant authority to mere neighbors who have not taken the required oath
        of office necessary to be able to lawfully exercise any "official"
        power. Yet it seems that some must play the victim role and let the
        impersonation continue unarrested. Thus do Americans waive endless
        rights and end up wondering how it happened.
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