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All of a sudden, it sucks to be Law Enforcement. This is a game changer!

‎09/25/2011 Press Release
Wake County (N.C.) Superior Court Judicial Review Judge Ridgeway Upholds That Government Agencies & Officials Are "Private Entities"!

Do Police Officers (and Departments /Agencies), and Elected Officials In N.C. Hold As Much Authority As "Private" Security Guards At Walmart? ... It looks as though they do.


North Carolina Police Warned To Put Their Personal Property Into Someone Else's Name !

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For Immediate Release


North Carolina Police Departments all over the state have warned their officers to put their personal property (houses, land, cars and other assets) into someone else's name because they may now be subject to lawsuits from the People of North Carolina.

The warning was issued in response to the recent ruling that upheld that the local Police Departments in North Carolina are classified as "private entities" and NOT connected to the state of North Carolina.

Judicial Review Judge, Paul C. Ridgeway, Wake County General Court Of Justice, Superior Court Division, upheld a lower court ruling that most Public Officials / Agencies are "private entities." Judge Ridgeway upheld the earlier (1.17.11) ruling of lower court Judge J. Randall May in Class v. NORTH CAROLINA, Case No. 10 DOT 7047 (now known as 11 CVS 1559).

The police officers will now also have to fund their own Surety Bonds.

Judge Ridgeway's September 15, 2011 ruling creates a conflict in the public's perception of basic government legitimacy because Judge Howard E. Manning, Jr (who recused himself in August 2011) declared in Mr. Class' 4.21.11 hearing that "the Defendants were NOT 'private entities' or 'private contractors' ", but were "public officials."

Listen to Rods talkshoe call last night Oct, 28th 2011 here


Scroll down and click the orange button "listen" and hear Rod explain the 1933 bankruptcy and his recent court rulings that have the potential to put all law enforcement Nationwide in the position of being sued in their private capacity. There were two shows last night, listen to them both. Listen to a few of the shows prior to this as well.

Rod Class has the State of North Carolina by the balls folks. The cat is out of the bag. He is acting as a Private Attorney General, this guy is the REAL deal and if you read his court cases, you'll see he knows his $hit.

Looks like the police have been parading around as government elected/appointed officials, when in all due actuality, they are nothing more than "private contractors" doing the dirty work for their respective states.

This is a game changer. This is an Administrative Ruling, which means it has Nationwide implications.

"North Carolina Police Warned To Put Their Personal Property Into Someone Else's Name !" ... http://min.us/mbguPWgmhI

Putting it in someone else's name is fraud. You can't hide your assets to protect you for your unlawful doings. Listen to the above call as Rod Explains. It's a 2+ hour call so get the pop corn.

Law Enforcement Officers, Govern Yourselves Accordingly or Risk Losing Your Personal Belongings.

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Me thinks...

the local police depts are just issuing shrill, hyperbolic and FALSE protestations against the ruling. If a city law enforcement officer is following the published rules of conduct of the city police department it is the city that is liable at the end of the day.

Also, why should States be responsible for the actions of local govts anyway unless the questionable actions were caused by trying to comply with a State mandate.

Further, the city officials releasing such recommendations and encouragements for their officers to hide assets to avoid liability is legally questionable in itself. Intentionally hiding assets to avoid paying damages is illegal.

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

this type of work is needed

read this garbage and you will understand how "the thought police" are being organized as we speak today. What a great experiment to release onto the "free" persons!

The researchers are interested in analyzing what people write on Facebook or in other social media, since our unconscious mind also holds sway over what we write. By analyzing stories written by students from Cornell and the University of British Columbia, and looking at how the text people generate using social media relates to scores on the Self-Report Psychopathy scale. Unlike the checklist, which is based on an extensive review of the case file and an interview, the self report is completed by the person in question.

This sort of tool could be very useful for law enforcement investigations, such as in the case of the Long Island serial killer, who is being sought for the murders of at least four prostitutes and possibly others, since this killer used the online classified site Craigslist to contact victims, according to Hancock.

Text analysis software could be used to conduct a "first pass," focusing the work for human investigators, he said. "A lot of time analysts tell you they feel they are drinking from a fire hose."

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/10/24/spotting-psychopat...

Even as we we gain local control it is the Federal machine that has all of our money and yes, they would gladly sell this "experiment" to the lowest bidder for their services in order to keep all of society so much "safer".

This IS part of the "Con" strategy to privatizing a lot of this stuff, don't be fooled. We must be vigilant that they do not corrupt the very freedom we are trying to win back. If there is a way, they will find it. Before we are even aware of it.

Dr Paul is the only one that would keep them honest on this front, and they know it.

My friend is a nurse

and she has to be very careful because of lawsuits as well as doctors and engineers. Hmmm, it seems individual responsibility is ok when it comes to performance but not hanging on to the fruits of your labor.

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

I can't believe we are headed toward a time when

public servants are actually held accountable for their actions, rather than the taxpayers having to pick up the bill.

To me, it's easier to see this as another step toward martial law. If the number of police officers drops because of liability, someone else will pick up the slack.

Can state law enforcement be outsourced to outside groups..

..like Halliburton? The Federal government contracts to private businesses to do postal work, so I can't see why the states and local authorities can't contract out law enforcement to security forces, soldiers of fortune, and militias.

"I support the Declaration of Independence and I interpret the Constitution."

This could be...

This could be a fantastic blow against an officers Qualified Immunity, But what about a judge's Absolute Immunity from civil suits?

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

I'm not sure, but I know that Rod

has really put these judges in a bind with his filings. These rats are jumping ship and passing these hot potatoes to the next judge in line, hoping it will go away, and Rod keeps dragging them back into the ring for another round.

He's got the IRS on the run, the state of NC on the run, judges on the run .... lol

Read his site and links there, he's really putting them in a bind, including the judging presiding over these cases.

They keep moving the cases to other jurisdictions trying to confuse him and make it go away, and he grabs them by the shorts and says "Oh No Bubba, get your ass back in the ring and let me spank you some more".

I wish I could keep track of all his cases better, but if you listen to his archives and read his paperwork, the guy is really putting them in a bind.

Good Stuff!

Thank you!

This thing has been one of my pet projects for 25 years. If I screw up,I am held accountable for my actions in court,Yet they can screw up as they please with no legal liabilities?

Here's something fairly cool for you to read through,It is from the very beginning of written law. It is also the source of all the moral standards that were written into the bible by men that visited ancient summeria before the bible was even thought of as per time line.

Check out #5 of the code:


If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Yeah, this is a nice revelation for sure.

Once these cops have to start funding their own bonds and accepting responsibility for their actions, they might have a different outlook on their so called "authority".


The question will be " Am I sure this person is quilty?" "Do I have the proof right now at this moment in time to arrest and convict this person?" This is per the constitution they took an oath to protect.

It will no longer be "Catch as many as we can and let the courts figure it out"

It will make honest lawmen honest,No exceptions. I would be interested to find out what officer Haze thinks about this ruling. I know for a fact that he cannot refute the fact that since our last conversation he has witnessed some of the unconstitutional topics we discussed once before.

Problem is he has to be very careful how he talks about it and/or presents it.I am sure he is sharp enough to do this without discrediting himself.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Since when is a press release

Since when is a press release news. Give me a break.

So 47 minutes after my original post

you've had time to listen to the 3 hours shows; read the court cases, and make an educated decision on the above post?

Go back to sleep.

How about a link to an actual

How about a link to an actual news source, smarty-pants?

I'd even settle for the local school newspaper.

Did I say this is "Breaking News" - "Stop What You're Doing"?

You're the one that jumped on this post with an attitude, not me. I made a post with a press release from Rod and court filings to inform people on this site of some news that may be beneficial to us all.

Then out of Smart-Ass Mountain comes Velveeta Underground with a derogatory and unnecessary attack.

Do you think the above post is "irrelevant"? If so, pass it by and don't be a jack ass. No one grabbed you by the hand and turned off your NASCAR and drug you down the street to read this. No one disrupted your cheeseburger; your local programming; your day at the park, etc.

You clicked the link and apparently didn't take the time to study the material given to you before you made your vile attack.

If you don't think it's relevant, then why not just pass it by? Because it just feels good to be an asshole I guess.

Good day!

Don't worry about him. You

Don't worry about him. You won, buddy. Carry on.

"The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that." — Alan Greenspan

lol.. yes we have a few of

lol.. yes we have a few of those feesl good to be a__hoLES
on this site.

Posts here are not private,

Posts here are not private, like it or not.

Also, you have not supplied a real news source yet. I'd be very interested to see if their interpretation of events is remotely close to yours.

Go read the court documents.

I'm not your personal paperboy. Some people are so lazy if breathing wasn't involuntary, they'd suffocate.


Actually if one is truly honest they would admit that laziness has been the root of all our problems from the beginning of man. We will one day evolve to have only three fingers,But this will only be after the three fingered keyboard and mouse are invented.

It is a sad state of laziness we have to battle to fix this world.Been preaching it for many years.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

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Yes, actually

your post SREAMS "sociopathic" -- take a deep breath, suck it in and look it up.

Eliminate the

It won't ever happen but it

It won't ever happen but it would be great if police were held personally accountable for all the evil they do. It won't ever happen because too many people still worship the police as heros and because the media, from national to local level seldom report the police abuses that occur on a daily basis in this country:


big nail

While many still worship the police and the resulting police state, this is a big nail:
"The police officers will now also have to fund their own Surety Bonds."

Bonds are posted in many industries, including large construction projects. Often the person/company needing the bond pays a small fraction to a company that actually posts the bond - unless the bond surety company thinks there will be a claim. At that point, the work drastically changes.

It's A Start...

It's a start in the right direction...