13 March 2014 I got to speak with Alan Rodbell, the chief of the Scottsdale police. It took months to get this call set up and only happened because Fritz Behring, the city manager, helped set it up.
I started the usual way, I asked if Alan operated under the common presumption: Do the constitution and laws of the state and city apply to me just because I am physically in Scottsdale? Alan agreed they do apply to me because I am physically in Scottsdale. I ask it this way because it clears out the political words such as “resident” and makes it very clear and understandable. The problems started when I asked Alan if he had any evidence to prove the laws applied to me just because of my physical location.
Instead of answering the question though, Alan went into an ad hominem attack against me, asking if I was asleep in eight grade civics. The rest of the call consists of me just trying to get a responsive answer, Alan keeps insulting me and using logical fallacies to avoid answering. He even raises a strawman.
If you think you have the evidence Alan could not provide, please feel free to call into the show and present it.
So we have the police, the city manager, the council and city attorney unable to provide any evidence their laws apply just because we are in Scottsdale. So where are the judges getting this evidence proving they have any jurisdiction over us? It’s called collusion. There is no evidence, the judges are giving the cops and prosecutors a free pass. So much for proving every element beyond a reasonable doubt.
I would suggest that if there are friends any family who don’t believe you that governments are gangs of killers, thieves and liars, who still think they are benevolent protectors of life, liberty and property, then have them listen to this and the other calls I’ve done with politicians and bureaucrats. At some point they will come to realize we’re not making this stuff up. There really is no evidence their laws apply, it all comes down to a willingness to kill us to get compliance.