JT returns for a good portion of the show as we fall a little deeper down the legal-land rabbit hole.
- Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor from Motörhead passes at the age of 61.
- Breaking down the latest video: Sophie Tittle – Liar For the IRS, Fresno.
- Every single issue of the Meads v. Meads citation, like most common court citations used by FMOTL and UCC types, is a legal opinion, not fact or evidence.
- Formally calling-out the predictive common lies you’ll get from attorneys in your paperwork.
- Two primary ways of emancipating from the ruling-class: non-cooperation and self-defense.
- Past challenges made against the STATE’s client and that there’s a lack of an actual adversary.
- Being jailed for not understanding double-speak attorneys in the courtroom.
- Is the driver’s license a valid contract?
- Objecting and halting the proceeding until the prosecution can provide the evidence required to substantiate their case.
- Don’t travel with a car that’s out of regulation if you don’t want to attract legal harassment.
- Behind the scenes of our latest Irish success story.
- The false dilemma logical fallacy.
- Simplifying complex/Orwellian language.
- What evidence is there to prove that the laws of the STATE apply to you solely based upon your geolocation?
- How and why the driver’s license is not evidence of jurisdiction.
- Nobody delivers more rehearsed dialog than prosecutors.
- The preparational purpose of the script combined with role-playing.
- RAD from CO: real people suffering real consequences by authoritarians hiding behind legal fictions to conceal the nature of their criminal acts <> encouraging people to factually challenge “judicial mythology” <> the judge plays the “name game” during Ademo’s hearing <> and are statists and their apologists religious fanatics or double-standard dunces?
- Johnathan from TX: being harassed by law enforcement for living autonomously <> and going through a number of weak lawyers before deciding to go pro per.
- Jeremy from NV: past work with Marc on a BLM legal-attack <> filing a motion to dismiss in response to a legal-attack from a BINGO ticket traffic stop that is past-due for a plea <> questioning city council members on what evidence they have to prove their laws apply and the statist double-standard <> and determining the path of least resistance when procrastinating a response to a bogus legal-attack.
- Chris from the NSP Skype chat: how could an anarchist counter the appeal to consequence logical fallacy “if you don’t like it then you can leave.”