Sat, 02/18/2012 - 13:11
Radio Show Archive(s):
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Today's Topics and Show Links
Today's Guest is: Corey Eib
Corey explains how the infamous "Fullerton Six" police officers embroiled in the murder of a homeless man have invalid and fraudulent oaths of office and brings us up to speed on their status.
His research is at the link directly below:
Fullerton CA Police Beat and Kill Homeless Man, Kelly Thomas
Reason.TV documentary short
Cops Vs. Cameras: The Killing of Kelly Thomas & The Power of New Media
Wednesday September 21, 2011 - Fullerton Police Officers Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli were arrested for criminal violent confrontation which left the mentally ill man dead.
Orange County Dist. Atty. Tony Rackauckas said the “menacing” actions of a Fullerton police officer in the fatal beating of a homeless man strayed so far from acceptable law enforcement practices that he was left with no choice but to charge the policeman with murder, and a second officer with involuntarily manslaughter.
Corey explains how the California Health Department "official" who issued the search and arrest warrant on Rawesome Foods owner James Stewart, Michele Lecavalier, does not have an oath of office on file, as required by California state law. His research and documentation is here below:
The Rawesome Foods raid in 2010 made headlines all over the internet and mainstream news alike.
County Sheriff Project
Jan 30-31, 2012 - NEVADA MEETING
Please check for updates regularly at: http://www.CountySheriffProject.org
And, the videos from the event are now live at the YouTube Channel:
February 4, 2012 Audio Archive | Guest Michael Badnarik discusses the Constitutional County Sheriff Convention held in Nevada Jan 30-31, 2012.
Denver Post Article
Emerging movement encourages sheriffs to act as shield against federal tyranny
Many of the presentations at the convention revolved around more common land-use disputes over road closures and hunting restrictions. Those were the stories that resonated most with Colorado sheriffs who attended and who believe the federal government is overstepping its bounds on these issues.
Steven Hall, a spokesman for the BLM (Bureau of Land Management), said he doesn't want to argue with sheriffs about interpretations of the Constitution and federal jurisdiction on federal lands.
Full article: http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_19946455
NDAA & Indefinite Detention Nullification
3 Counties in Colorado Nullify
Tennessee State Legislature Moves to Nullify NDAA
10th Amendment Center Tracking
Other Developments Worth Noting
Black Box Voting Exposed & Lawsuit to Stop It