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Sunday, October 30, 2016

PROFESSIONAL ANALYSIS AS TO HOW AND WHY POLICY OFFICERS HAVE VIOLATED THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE IN A MOTOR VEHICLE STOP - RTR TRUTH MEDIA ANALYSIS





Allow me to clarify for some of the folks who may not understand why or how this is a violation and abuse of authority.......
1- There was no reasonable expectation that a crime had been comitted.
2- there was absolutely NO PROBABLE CAUSE for the stop
3- They used a PRIVATE LINE to communicate - thereby avoiding any ability for the "potential suspect/s to be able to subpeona record of the call
4- the officers by using a "PRIVATE PHONE LINE" violated the potential / actual suspects, (who was not actually suspected of anything) civil and or Constitutionally protected rights.
Summary - The officer/s acted outside the scope of their legitimate authority to attemp to go on a fishing expedition. Any such crime they may have encountered after the fact would have been "fruit of the poisoned tree" so to speak. But this does not stop them as most of the time when and if an infraction is observed and or discovered, the accused often as a result plea out, or are represented by ineefective counsel ( public defender) who by the ORIGINAL 13th Amendmentare in all actuality "officers of the court and of a private law society" who have gained an unfair and unConstitutional advantage as they have all secured "Titles of Nobility" by doing so in manifest ciolation of the US Constitution and of the ORIGINAL RATIFIED 13 th Amendment. As well they have had their 4th Amendment identified restriction upon government protected rights violated . This is (while rather a small case) a Civil Rights violation that must be arrested. These officers should in my opinion be fired never to work in law enforcement ever again. This will be the ONLY way to safeguard the rights of the people as well as send a message to any and all revenue generating parasites who use the color of law to violate the rights of the People of whom employ them and whom they are sworn to serve.