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Marine faces 15 years behind bars for unknowingly violating gun law

• The Daily Caller

Ryan Jerome was enjoying his first trip to New York City on business when the former Marine Corps gunner walked up to a security officer at the Empire State Building and asked where he should check his gun.

That was when Jerome’s nightmare began. The security officer called police and Jerome spent the next two days in jail.

The 28-year-old with no criminal history now faces a mandatory minimum sentence of three and a half years in prison. If convicted, his sentence could be as high as fifteen years.

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Comment by PureTrust
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Another Howard Griswold method, in addition to the one below, from

Go read, and then study, and then use, and then report results.


If you are in court the first time, and the judge asks your name, do this:

First question, "What is your name?"

Second question, "Do you have a claim against me?"

Third question, "Do you know anyone who does have a claim against me?"

Now, the fourth position is a statement, not a question, but a statement, "I request the order of the court. I request the order of the court to be released unto me immediately." 

Now, let me explain what the order of the court is ...

Comment by PureTrust
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I guess he doesn't know about the Howard Griswold process. Or maybe it doesn't work in state courts. But I think it might be adapted. What do you think?


Howard Griswold Process:

You have failed to provide me with enough information or knowledge upon which to form a responsive reply or enter a plea. (You have failed to provide me with enough information to reply.) 

No matter what they say, they cannot proceed if you just say that. 

If they proceed anyway, there are 6 disclaimers:

1. Tell them you reserve all your rights. 

2. I do not consent to these proceedings. (From the Declaration of Independence) 

The government obtains it’s just powers from the consent of the governed. (The people) 

3. I do not accept this offer. 

Do not accept any paper from them. 

4. I do not now, I did not in the past and I will not in the future intend to consent or accept. 

And all valid contract requires acceptance. Since they do not give enough information to consider, consent or accept, then we don’t. 

5. I do not recognize you. 

Because live living people cannot recognize reflections or shadows or fictitious shadows or reflections. And fictitious entities cannot recognize real living people. 

6. I demand that the prosecution's commercial indemnity bond be produced on the record in the evidence file. 

Entering evidence into a file means they have to enter a judicial hearing instead of an administrative hearing and the evidence has to be weighed. (Any evidence put into a file by a lawyer is hearsay.) 

The 11th Amendment says “The Judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity ...” So the only option for the courts is administrative hearings. And when you deprive the courts of that - the above 6 disclaimers, they don’t have jurisdiction over anything.