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Szandor Blestman Was One Of Our Guests With Elaine Brown On RBN Today


This is another incredible article by Szandor Blestman which should be shared far and wide!


Tax Law is Bad Law

Szandor Blestman

June 20, 2007

Today, there is a brave couple in New Hampshire who are under siege. Their names are Ed and Elaine Brown. They have already lost their businesses to the feds for refusing to give them their protection money. They had a trail but were not allowed to present their defenses to a jury, therefore they stayed away from the courthouse and were found guilty in absentia. Now their housee is under constant surveillance by federal agents. They are trapped in their home and awaiting the next move from the feds. They are ready to die. These people have done nothing to harm another, nor did they steal the private property of another. They just wanted to keep the money they earned honestly. They just wanted to present one of a variety of defenses during their trail. They just wanted to be shown a law that said they were required to pay income taxes. They were not allowed to do any of those reasonable things. They should simply be left alone.

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Blogger Scott Haley said...

Szandor makes an excellent point--

Under Common Law, juries ARE allowed to judge the law...hence the principle of "jury nullification".

Common Law has been suppressed in this country, and instead Civil Law is emphasized...especially in the Corporatocracy-run courts.

Common Law is based on unalienable rights, the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. Civil Law is based on Statutes and "civil" rights, those rights granted by the Legislature.

For more, see:
www.commonlawvenue.net ...
the site contains some great Common Law "tools".

Sincerely,
Scott

9:30 PM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

http://martus.org/

Use free software and server to document corruption and human rights violations. Start watching what large companies and governments are doing. They may appear to be on the up and up, but under the surface there are evil plans to control you and the world. If you are ready to start documenting evidence you need Martus.org. Check it out today and you might be able to recover millions in lawsuit rewards under new whistle blower laws. Don't be fooled. Some parts of the american government want you to be paid for your information.

10:25 PM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

Query to Kosmic:

It looks to me as though MARTA could be used to create a safe means of communication for a network of either Govt boycotters, or, militia groups.

Do you agree with that assessment?

Anybody can join in here. Read the description of the MARTA software at the link (click on another embedded link---something like "description of the MARTA software"---once you get to the Home page).

I'm a techno-idiot, so I could be wrong...but it seems to me that MARTA has a lot of uses besides reporting human rights violations.

Sincerely,
Scott

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

1:36 AM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

Oooops...
MARTUS, not MARTA.

p.s. The embedded link at the site is "Read more about Martus software".

1:39 AM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

Any documents you want to keep from the new sneak and peak warrants would be a good use of this software. I read through the web site and found very little info, but when I search for users there is more info, mostly outside the US. Other than archiving and assembling evidence against corruption you could also use it to save copies of court records and tax returns, letters sent to local authorities and any replies to your questions. I assume groups could use a shared password to design a database of research against abuses of power or threats from officials here in the US. Some of us use services like esnips, but you have to worry about backups and whether the files will always be there. Martus sounds like a good place to safeguard evidence.

8:06 AM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

Thanks for your response.

8:06 PM  

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