Roger Hayes, star chambers, unlawful imprisonment
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#1 by Rick B. on August 8, 2012 - 00:55
I agee,The thing the peoplewho have knowledge are usually sleeping with the enemy of lack the courage.Most drivers are so scared now,it is difficult to find help on the highways if you need it.That is another method of fear the system has going for it.Why did they allow psycho murderers to form these nasty gangs in the usa has now?
#2 by Harbinger on August 1, 2012 - 14:23
Interesting points made.
Firstly when Roger says how would they like it if they were arrested, thrown into the back of a private security van and imprisoned? Maybe this is actually the way forward into beating the system? We build and/or the people take back the prisons to incarcerate these judges and police who break the law? We hear there are prison staff sympathetic to the freeman and lawful rebellion movements so we should utilise them. There is stillcitizen’s arrest isn’t there?
It’s high time the corrupt officials got a taste of their own medicine. Simply put, if the judicial system won’t follow the law in arresting law breakers within their own establishment and police force, we have no choice other than to take the law into our own hands and see these individuals aren’t allowed to ruin the lives of others, that is decent, law abiding human beings, by imprisoning them for a long time.