The following are useful statutes that may be used against public servants who exceed their jurisdiction against the people.
7 USC § 136 Definitions
(d) Animal The term “animal” means all vertebrate and invertebrate species, including but not limited to man and other mammals, birds, fish, and shellfish. (s) Person The term “person” means any individual, partnership, association, corporation, or any organized group of persons whether incorporated or not.
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After reading an article that was published in the September 21st, 2012 issue of Police Patrol Magazine I thought I would show just how ignorant the author really is. He lack not only knowledge of law, but has obviously lack comprehension of the legal definitions of many of the words used in his article. Let see just what a moron this guy really is. Everything in this article is supported by case las or definitions.
In an effort to protect my friends in blue, I thought I would explain exactly how your actions could be a commission of treason. When you are enforcing statutes and codes, you are not enforcing "law". Law in these united states of America refers to the common law.
So many Americans today are concerned about terrorist and ISIS they fail to notice the greatest threat to American freedom. As with any country, the greatest threat to a nation is not from without but from within. Enemies within look like us, talk like us and walk like us, but they are far from actually being like us.