Billy Foust Gunned down by De Facto Page Policeman
William Foust, or Billy as he was known to his friends, was killed by a De facto policeman who was responding to a domestic violence call at about 6:00 PM on Sunday June 19th, which happened to be Father’s Day.
An eye witness says that Bill was attempting to leave in his property in his Ford Pickup --the one with a flame paint job on the side—when the policeman confronted him. Bill’s truck was on Bill’s property, known as B&T Marine, when the policeman engaged him.
The policeman, Shawn Wilson, pulled Bill out of his property and a confrontation ensued. The police say Bill was going for the officer’s tazer and the policeman shot him, and handcuffed him. Another De facto Page officer arrived on the scene. They removed one of the handcuffs from Bill’s lifeless body and performed CPR in an attempt to revive him. His body was transported to Page’s Banner hospital where they claim is where he died.
Bill is well loved and respected member of the Arizona Republic since its inception in July 2009 and was elected as its first Chief Justice. Bill became self aware and studied extensively. Bill was not an armchair quarterback and applied the principles of what he learned to his encounters with the De facto government. Bills penchant for understanding the law and justice can be seen on the youtube channel republicusagold and searched for under “Man on the Land Arizona”
Bill filed affidavit of political status, Uniform Commercial Code financing statement, a property list, power of attorney, commercial security agreement, indemnity bond, hold harmless and indemnity agreement, non-negotiable security agreement, legal notice and demand definitions, along with a motion to dismiss with the de facto court in Kanab, Utah after receiving a security instrument from a de facto policeman in Kane County, Utah on July 1st 2010. Bill also refused to admit hearsay evidence into the court record including his date of berth. Bill uncovered that the court of Kanab was a corporation and that the head judge, who also threw Bill in jail, was the general manager of the corporation known as the Kane County Court.