- Latest AiLL Success Story: cop drops ticket in person at the court proceeding and breaking-down the role and effect of Marc’s Motion to Dismiss template.
- Government is not contractual nor consensual; it is pure brute force because all support is involuntary.
- Bill Buppert‘s point that “there are no good cops anywhere because if there were they would police their own ranks, resign in protest or whistle blow on the seething corruption and sadistic mayhem that is American policing.”
- The latest Call-of-Shame/Logical Fallacy Alley: “IRS Agent Prefers Not to Confirm There is Evidence of Jurisdiction“
- The only way one could prove that Marc’s motion to dismiss has no merit is to put forth the evidence.
- Mike Maxfield’s NSP Skype chat comment: “I got the feeling that the entirety of the Rules of Evidence are now being in contemplation of being suspended… [there's] really no longer any need for them.”
- The requirement of a witness to have personal firsthand knowledge is too often the most ignored court rule.
- Keeping the burden-of-proof on the one who’s making the claim.
- The importance and significance of bureaucrats not being able to prove their CONstitutions and codes apply. <-objective of the SoLWT
- Why we, the NSP community, should address the critics and their criticisms that ultimately rest on “moving the goal-posts” to defend their disproven assertions.
- The rigorous, challengeable laws of physics versus the arbitrary, unchallengeable laws of psychopaths.
- The analogy of how rape in the military is covered up and how extortion in the courtroom is covered up.
- Why would you give a “free pass” to someone who is leveling a legal attack against you that could yield some rather heavy consequences?
- Norman Mailer and Marshall McLuhan’s very thought-provoking discussion circa 1968.
- The proposal to retitling the “Call-of-Shame” as the descriptively-correct “Logical Fallacy Alley.”
- A comparatively honest Idaho Tax Commission Tax Agent finally admits he “honestly can’t answer” questions of evidence of jurisdiction.
- An IRS agent claims, and then later backs down from the statement that “earning income is proof the CONstitution applies.”
- “If you cannot confirm jurisdiction; you have no business challenging the merits and nothing else matters.”
- Recommended viewing: “Young Frankenstein“
- How can you “bypass jurisdiction” in a criminal or civil proceeding?
- Where to file an appeal from the lower court to the higher court.
- How to intend on pleading guilty to be able to get discovery on the nature and cause of the charges and proceedings being brought fourth against you.
- The significance of “due process violations” and how to formulate them into a complaint of judicial and/or prosecutorial misconduct.
- Tom from MI: report from legal-land of 2 ongoing cases where the defendant is utilizing good questions of evidence <> unusual shenanigans from tricky Detroit cattle-call courtrooms <> the cop amends his original citation to more serious charges after the defendant appeals the rubber-stamping judge’s guilty verdict <> constantly improving your litigation skills <> and “secret weapon statutes.“
- Mike from TX: what to expect for an upcoming pretrial hearing <> getting confirmation from the judge on what he’d consider ripe grounds for dismissal <> properly making your own recordings of your court hearings <>
*Editor’s Note: the show notes and full podcast with much off air commentary will be updated soon, stay tuned.