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How to file a civil rights violation suit against any government employee, judge, cop, elected official

This information packet is designed to help you file a civil rights complaint in federal court without the help of a trained and licensed attorney. In a civil rights complaint, you are alleging that your constitutional rights or privileges or immunities have been violated. The federal law under which a civil rights claim arises is 42 U.S.C. sections 1983 and 1985. (U.S.C. stands for "United States Code," which is a collection of all the federal laws in the country. The law under which a civil rights action is brought is located in sections 1983 and 1985 of title 42 of the United States Code.)

note: it is best to pay the filing fee, more than likely it will be thrown out and classified frivolous without the fee.

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Ridicolous assertions made in these videos.

As a scholar of the American Revolution, quite a few of the statements made by the gentleman in the 1st feature are just ludicrous.

He begins opening a discussion on the first national flag, or the Grand Union Flag, which he claims was merely a copy of the British East India Co. flag and therefore we were under the dominion of the BRIC...what crap. If you walked out to the lines of Breed's (not Bunker) Hill and took a look at what flag they flew, you would have seen a plethora of various standards...all of which would become irrelevant once a true national flag was established in the 1777 Flag Act by Congress.

In another instance he makes the claim that King George III was the king of France by referencing the hereditary title which he used to sign the Treaty of Paris. This, he insinuates, means that France was not truly our ally but in fact we were fooled by the King into believing we achieved independence. Nonsense.

Here is a Wikipedia article about the English CLAIMS to the French throne:

If the Treaty of Paris (1783) did not in fact truly give us our independence. How about reading Article I from the treaty?:

"His Brittanic Majesty acknowledges the said United States, viz., New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, to be free sovereign and independent states, that he treats with them as such, and for himself, his heirs, and successors, relinquishes all claims to the government, propriety, and territorial rights of the same and every part thereof."

I really hate it when people try to play historian without back checking their facts. It makes me question everything else that they state as "fact," or in this gentleman's case a "nugget."

"Liberty's too precious a thing to be buried in books...Men should hold it up in front of them every single day of their lives and say: 'I'm free to think and to speak. My ancestors couldn't. I can. And my children will."

-Jimmy Stewart

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