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"The Law" Is Just A Bunch Of Words On A Page

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Most people don't directly interact with the letter (as opposed to the spirit) of government laws. Sure, people will come face to face with the law – as in, deal with law enforcement officers. But very few people actually read the text of the laws that they are required to abide by....

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Comment by Ed Price
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The laws and codes apply only to Government people acting officially, 14th Amendment citizens, and corporations. For the "people" they are merely guides.

If you are one of the people, and you are attacked by Government via a complaint, in court turn the complaint into a counterclaim against the one bringing the suit against you.

There must be 4 things for a proper suit/court case:
1. Complainant/Claimant;
2. Defendant/Respondent;
3. Claim or complaint verified/validated by the Complainant/Claimant under oath or affirmation, on the stand if required by the Defendant/Respondent or Counter-Claimant;
4. Evidence, which might include at least one witness, depending on the kind of evidence.


Comment by Ed Price
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Basically, these laws only apply to the 14th Amendment citizen. Those who are of the People who formed Government, never gave themselves over in any legal document to the control of Government. However, they may act as though they did simply to keep peace in the land.

I am not a citizen or resident. To admit to being such would throw me under the 14th Amendment. I am one of the People; I am a people. My relationship to the land is that I am domiciled on the land.

Because of the above, I am not under the codes, or even the laws. The only law that I can be held to is the law of harm to another person, or damage to his property.

Comment by Ed Price
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In the United States, when law enforcement or others in Government deal with you, they never present you with the law. The always present you with a code, which is the interpretation of the law, made by someone other than the lawmakers.

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