- Filing complaints against judges and prosecutors that commit a due process violation by assuming jurisdiction.
- Jurisdiction that’s based on “it just is” is not evidence.
- Prosecutors bringing forth complaints without providing evidence: prosecutorial misconduct.
- Tracking down insurance information for aggressive bureaucrats that destructively ignore their lack of evidence.
- The empathy deficit of bureaucrats: destroying other people’s lives despite a gross lack of evidence.
- For there to be an adversary there has to be be proof of a violation of someone else’s rights. ***
- Request for evidence from the critics.
- The incompetence cop-out.
- Contacting Marc to question bureaucrats of your choice.
- Making personal recordings of your hearing to later reflect upon.
- No accusations of any wrongdoing in Yeoman’s non-case.
- The burden of proof rests on the one making the claim; make bureaucrats prove they have jurisdiction by requesting they produce the evidence they rely on as a basis of their assertions.
- PorcFest X: experience real voluntaryism and personal autonomy.
- Getting date-stamps for the paperwork you file it with the court clerk.
- Staying consistent with volutaryist principals and avoiding using the force of the courts/STATE.
- Power of attorney card played by the court when faced with investigators that question their lack of evidence.
- Objecting when the judge uses the term “the STATE.”
- Keene’s famous 420 civil disobedience.
- Using certain litigation methods as a form of leverage to get unjusticable assertions dismissed.
- “Jurisdiction: such requests won’t advance the case.”
- Tom from GA: being bureaucratically attacked and jailed for not producing proper travel documents, judge not reviewing motions for longer than 30 days, judge stonewalling the evidentiary discovery process, and working without permission.
- Bassador from NY: getting dialogue on the issue of evidence by filing motions with the court, requesting evidence in the subpoena that is not in custody of the plaintiff, and traveling without producing proper travel documents.
- Vin James from England: listen to Vin James’ NSP Reloaded at 1pm GMT, helping someone in court as a McKenzie friend with a speeding ticket, judge claims he took an oath to himself (instead of to the crown), pointing out the conflict of interest between the magistrate and the solicitor, stupid admissions from English bureaucrats, documenting court proceedings, judge claims the Blackstone commentaries have nothing to do with the courts, and every violation is an issue of “non-compliance” with their law.
- John from TX: questions regarding applicability of the constitution, prosecutor reverses his burden-of-proof by asking what facts and witnesses do you have to prove the constitution doesn’t apply, private parties are not parties to the constitution, lack of description of where jurisdiction comes from according to what makes one a “citizen,” what is a STATE factually? (different ways to more effectively question the STATE), and the only way you should be charged with “witness tampering” is to make a threat or intimidate the witness.
- Matt from TX: using a motion to compel, using the courts as an act self-defensive, using requests for admissions and interrogatories, and collaborating other knowledgeable callers and listeners to the show.
- Kea from AZ: police brutality case update, evidence tampering from the cop who initiated the stop, website redirects for questions of evidence, and car-seizure vandalism.
- Jay from Richmond, VA: 3 motions before the appellate court questioning evidence of jurisdiction, and preparing for raising an issue of prosecutorial misconduct.