William C. Strait is a prosecutor, a professional litigator and labors under the common generalization that political laws apply to everyone. He directed a Prior Lake, Minnesota police officer named Josh Rozga to file a complaint against John for allegedly violating the laws of the “state” of Minnesota.
I spoke with Josh on 22 Oct. 2013. I asked him, “What evidence do you rely on proving the constitution and laws of the state of Minnesota apply to John and there is any jurisdiction over him?” Josh replied with, “that’s out of my realm of purview.” Despite writing the complaint and filing it with a court, he was only doing what he was directed by the prosecutor to do. That prosecutor turned out to be William C. Strait.
John and I contacted Bill a few times and faxed him a few questions, one was to schedule a phone conference, the others were about evidence and witnesses the constitution and laws applied to John. As you can see in the letter in the video below, William refused to speak with us and had no evidence to provide, only more opinions. If he had evidence, then he would have provided it; good faith and the rules of discovery require it.
It’s quite an irony that he would tell us we can’t make up our own rules. I guess that’s a privilege reserved for psychopaths with mercenaries (cops) at their disposal. But the claim that there is jurisdiction when one is accused of violating the rules (laws) is so illogical it should not require any demonstration. But I still do so in the video
I urge those who doubt this to make their own calls; I provided the link to Williams’ office. Call and ask William or one of the other prosecutors for the evidence proving the laws of the “state” apply to everyone in Minnesota. Call any prosecutor or “law” maker for evidence their laws apply just because you are physically in the same area as them e.g., Washington, Alberta, London, Dublin etc. If you do, then you’ll get verification there is no such evidence.
That’s because, as I wrote in Government: Indicted, laws are just an excuse to kill us. There is no evidence political laws apply. They are opinions backed by a gun.