Comment: ugh it just pisses me off

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ugh it just pisses me off

Why do people insist that taking property without due process of law is legal? Can they not read the supreme law of the land known as the Constitution?

5th amendment states no person shall be deprived of property without due process of law. The police officer swore an oath to abide by the Constitution. If the officer deprives you of property without due process of law they have violated their sworn oath of office. To violate a sworn oath is called perjury. Perjury is a high crime and is punishable with at least a removal of office and can be punished as a capital offense. Clearly anyone who swore an oath of office then purposely violates that oath has no intention of faithfully performing the duties of that office and should not be allowed to have that office.

If this ever happens to you, sue the cop for perjury. But, this is important, you must make sure it is in a Court of Record and proceeds according to the Common Law. This is specifically protected in the 7th amendment and is the civil manor to establish justice.

A republic is that form of government in which the sovereignty is vested in the people and exercised by the people DIRECTLY. The very meaning of sovereignty is the decree of the sovereign is law. So if this is a republic as stated in Article 4 Section 4 of the Constitution, then you, as a people, can exercise your sovereignty directly, by decreeing law. That means no congress, or president, or parliamentary, or representative is necessary for you to decree law. But how do you apply law that you have decreed? You can make all the rules you want but if you cannot enforce them they mean nothing. You decree law by filing a complaint and becoming a plaintiff. A plaintiff is a sovereign acting in their capacity. The court then belongs to you, the plaintiff. That means the judge, and the clerk, and the reporter, and the bailiff all work for you, I mean that is what you did when you spent your hard earned money to file the complaint is hire them to serve you, they are called public servants, that is what they are there for.

This is how it works in a Common Law proceeding in a Court of Record. First of all, the judge is termed a magistrate, and a magistrate is not allowed to make rulings, only the tribunal is allowed to, and the tribunal must be separate from the magistrate. The court's tribunal makes rulings based on the weight of the record, if the defendant is not appeased with the ruling then the defendant can appeal to a jury, but what ever a jury decides is final, no more appeals. All evidence must be included in the complaint, there is no motion of discovery in a Common Law proceeding. If new evidence is to be presented then the complaint must be amended. The Common Law is known as the Lex Non Scripta, or the law unwritten, that means statutes are not binding they can only be advisory at best but so can the Bible or old quotes for that matter. The law is decreed in the complaint and is known as the 'law of the case'. This is the plaintiff exercising their sovereignty. The Common Law has been used for over 1000 years to establish justice and it works quite well.

Why you people succumb to statutory law, or Roman Civil Law, is beyond me. I guess the majority of you would enjoy giving away $22,000.