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NSP – May 10, 2017 – Bonus Wednesday Edition: Episode 20 – Psychopath Michael Cox Jails Man for Asking a Question

Posted on May 11th, 2017 by Marc Stevens

Michael Cox, Adams County, Colorado judge, jails a man for asking a question.  Cox forced him into a psych ward, because normal people know asking questions is only for the crazies.  The guy is a criminal, there is no justification for putting a man in a psych ward for trying to ask a question so he could defend himself.


There are also three success stories, tickets kicked in California, Tennessee and New York.  I will post a separate video with the documentary proof, the California dismissal is in the video below.

Caller relates to us not only a Brady violation by a prosecutor, but the prosecutor admits she has no evidence the constitution/laws apply, no evidence of jurisdiction.  That is an admission of misconduct:

The prosecutor violated the fundamental rule, known to every lawyer, that argument is limited to the facts in evidence. United States v. Fearns, 501 F.2d 486, 489 (7th Cir. 1974).

On Brady violations:

Chief Judge Alex Kozinski highlighted the issue in a Dec. 10 dissent (PDF) to the denial of an en banc rehearing. He begins this way: “There is an epidemic of Brady violations abroad in the land. Only judges can put a stop to it.” His dissent was joined by four other 9th Circuit judges.  Source

Also why we prep for court by just asking questions.  Morality of anarchy.  Socratic Method, keeping the burden of proof on the accuser and not permitting any sacred cows.  Asking questions to bring out the accuser’s lack of evidence and contradictions.

Info for this year’s Jackalope Freedom Festival in Arizona.


6 Comments For This Post

  1. JOHN COKOS Says:

    What’s the background story on this ?

  2. NonEntity Says:

    Hey Mahk, kudos for the presentation, putting the relevant material right up on the screen in text boxes. I imagine this will greatly help people to absorb this stuff as well as being a superior reference source. – NonLookofDeathEntity

  3. michael59 Says:

    Has anyone addressed “Contempt of Court?” It is very relevant in a hard push by a prosecutor along with a judge. Conceivably it can be used on the judge and prosecutor also. There is a time limit on the courts contempt powers and one ought to know it beforehand.

    I got a judge off my back and now have the option of charging him with kidnapping and charging the STATE with involuntary enslavement. First I have to wait till some money rolls in then I am heading to Columbia County Oregon to have a chat with the Sherriff. I was told the Sherriff can bury the investigation but then that would be obstruction on his part when all the relevant facts show time had run it course and the contempt power of the court had tolled by three years.

    Yeah, this is something I have to do.

  4. CurlWilliams1 Says:


    What do mean by Conceivably? Where did you get this information? What exactly did you say to get a judge off your back?

  5. NonEntity Says:

    Materials addressed Contempt of Court are invariably sent back Return to Sender. I’ve never heard of anything like this getting traction, but if you do manage to get somewhere with it it would certainly be interesting to get documented.

  6. michael59 Says:

    Conceivably as in there are three things at court; prosecutor; judge; defendant. If one can be charged with contempt then so can the other two.

    Oh and what did I do/say? Short story long is the judge screwed up by mentioning several different things in multiple hearings of contempt. One he mentioned “contracts” which I do know a lot about but the second was his undoing. He mentioned he goes by statute law, I call it piece and dignity law. So I read the statutes and it occurred to me I had him. When he arrested me again to hold over for trial he said I was going to get prosecuted….So I wrote the DA’s office and asked them if they were going to prosecute on a tolled statute. It was all crickets from there on out. Oh and my motion to dismiss with prejudice was dismissed (of course) but there was a note on it to “Have no further contact with the court on this matter.”

    Yeah I’d say I got him.

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