Letters to Oath Takers

MEMORANDUM. Lat. To be remembered; be It remembered. A formal word with which the body of a record in the court of king's bench anciently commenced. Townsh. PL 486; 2 Tidd, Pr. 719.

The following is a series of communiqué to all the oath takers within our state. Although these memo’s are written to New York oath takers they can be used in any state you need only change the name of the state.

The purpose of these memorandums are to start a dialog with all the oath takes which are the present gate keepers of our judicial process in your state’s counties. They are our sheriffs, bailiffs, court clerks, county clerks, and judges. They need to be aware of us and should be talking about us at the water coolers and coffee pot, so that when we gain access into our courts they will understand what’s going on and that the survival of America is dependent upon just courts and government servant's obedience to the law.

These people went to the same government controlled schools that we went to, so they are as dumb down as we were. Therefore we need to re-educate them and we can do that with weekly memorandums. The problem is that these oath takers have taken oaths to defend and uphold the constitution for the united States of America, but they do not understand the constitution to defend it, so the truth is, whether they realize it or not, they lied. How can they defend and uphold what they don’t understand. Therefore we the People must educate them and if they are not willing to be educated they need to leave office and if they refuse to leave we the People have a duty to remove them.

Every state should have a State Coordinator who should be organizing the county leadership at which point we the People should be organizing, attending NLA’s Monday night call, weekly on line state meetings, studying Common Law, court procedure, court process, and should have an active educational program in place for the oath takers, through memorandums.

We need to make oath takers aware of who we are, what we are doing, and by what authority. As time moves on many will become our supportive, start to become constitutionally literate, and only then will they come to realize that they need the People to take back the courts, in order to make things right. As Jefferson said: "An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight. It is therefore imperative that the nation see to it that a suitable education be provided for all its citizens.”

14-2-10 MEMORANDUM.docx
14-2-20 MEMORANDUM.docx
14-2-25 Memo to oath takers.docx
14-03-01 Answer Sheriff Franklin.docx
14-03-21 Dear Sheriff.docx
14-03-25 memo Sovereign.doc

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Click the link to see the threat..........    https://youtu.be/cfWeAwliyQA
The Constitution is for the people we the people. Not for the enemies to use against us. Its not for the Government that serves us. The true intent is to limit our government of infringement encroachment , and to government to govern by Constitution as agreed by contract. Read the Constitution of all states , then you will see that all of them are in harmony. This alone should tell you something ,how important the Constitution are.
Discovery........ kirklands notes.
The most important part of your constitution are in the first ten amendments. Obviously the right of the people to keep and carry arms shall not be infringed. And that right shall not be infringed. 
You must claim your right if you want to have it. You have to be willing to do that. And if they are going to take your right, then you have to be willing to challenge them whatever the cost.
The bottom line is that any law that comes in conflict with that, what do we talk about in Article 6 paragraph 2?  If any law should come in conflict with the supreme law it‟s null and void of law, it bears no power to enforce, no obligation to obey, and it purports to settle as if it never existed. The unconstitutionality dates from the enactment of such law.
If any portion of a bill is unconstitutional the entire bill is unconstitutional.  Why? Repugnancy…It‟s repugnant to the constitution.  Now, other cases involved are your rights to due process…Like under your 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments. The right of people to be secure in their houses, person, papers, and affects against unreasonable search and seizure shall not be violated.
No warrant shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the person or things to be seized. 
  Obviously that would imply that he‟d gone before a judge and said this is the guy, he did it, this was the crime, and this is the evidence we are looking for, judge. We‟d like to get a warrant and we swear that what we told you is the God‟s truth.  Then they can come over and search until hell freezes over.
Now it‟s important to jump to the 9th amendment. Enumeration in this constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. This means congress has no authority to add on to the constitution in such a way that would take away rights previously guaranteed.
10th amendment…the powers not delegated to the United States by the constitution nor prohibited by it are reserved to the states respectively or to the people. The constitution is a contract designed to limit government. 
  When you get into your police powers you start understanding your police powers You will hear this all the time: “Well, we have police powers. Broad and sweeping police powers”. Black‟s Law Dictionary says “Police powers:
The law of eminent domain in a state or political domain to enact laws for the common good and welfare, and to curb crime, and in great big black letters it says “Within constitutional limitations…See 10th amendment”.
Do they have powers to take away rights guaranteed by the constitution?  Obviously they don‟t. The 9th amendment put a clear limit on that.   10  5th amendment.  No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger;
nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.
Due process: You have a right to due process of the law.  If they don‟t give you due process, Title 5 U. S. Code section 556 (d) is clear and specific and says if they deny you due process of the law all jurisdiction ceases automatically. If they deny you due process at any time, and you can prove it, you can force a showdown…You can say “Well, they might have had jurisdiction at one time, judge, but they lost it when they denied me due process.
6th amendment: In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the state and district where the crime shall have been committed, and to be informed of the nature and the cause of the action and accusation.
To be confronted with the witnesses against him. To have compulsory process to obtain witnesses in your favor, and to have assistance of counsel in your defense…Or you can stand as your own counsel.  You are the one who best knows your case. You are the best person to present the facts on your case because you are the person who knows your case the best.
7th amendment: In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.
The bottom line to this constitution is that it‟s all in writing, it clearly represents a contract.  I‟m asking you to learn your contract, so that you can understand the rights you have under that constitution.

Bradley Amendment's picture

Can someone explain RULE NISI and how it pertains to a summons to SUPERIOR COURT?  This was a child support related issue and ended up with the father being incarcerated without counsel and the state prosecuting the case on the MOTHERS behalf! The father was forced to pay an excessive fine of 5k as a purge or sit in jail, unitl he could come up with the money.  There was no crime, yet the father was fingerprinted, had a mug shot taken, and forced to take a TB SHOT. The city also disseminates this photo to the public, without the fathers written authority nor consent! THe father did not have the KEYS TO THE JAIL and should have been released, however, judges are using the purge as an extortion scheme to force 3rd parties to come up with the money to pay the purge. Fathers that do not have counsel are railroaded and their constitutional rights are violated in these proceedings. These fathers have no idea that they could file a writ of habeas corpus for release. Judges, collude on these issues and know the process, yet allow fathers to come into their court and set them up!

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Is there a COMMON LAW GRAND JURY in the State of GEORGIA?

rickash's picture

Where can I find a Word version of the PDF doc displayed when clicking on the below link. I can't use this yet in my counties until we remove all NY references and insert Kentucky.
Here is the link, must be a Word version somewhere if this was intended for all of us to use in our respective states. Am I missing something?