All of a sudden, it sucks to be Law Enforcement. This is a game changer!Submitted by The South on Sat, 10/29/2011 - 14:08
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 !
Post Oak Public Relations
978 – 635 – 9586
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.