We of FIJA Seek to Obey the Law

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Fri, 04 Feb 2011 01:51:43 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

by Iloilo Marguerite Jones [posted at her request]

No person can obey the law if it is not revealed to him. The government courts hold the known legal duty--evasion of which is a crime--to reveal the laws related to an action, upon request of the People, or by failure to do so reveal that no related law exists.

Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. has issued an "Administrative Order" apparently carrying the weight and effect of law, barring American People from engaging in their lawful freedoms of assembly and speech to peacefully distribute pamphlets, on public property, related to the laws, rights and authority of jurors.

Because various jurisdictions of law in the US have retained "laws", said by officers of the courts and government to be "laws", that contradict each other, and because the US Supreme Court has ruled that an inferior law contradicted by a superior law holds no weight or effect as law, and because it is impossible to obey laws that contradict each other, we ask to be informed if a purported law is the prevailing law, not contradicted by any superior law, thus the highest law of various laws purported to be applicable for an action.

The use of power of office to affect a damage, such as to deny a right under claim of authority in law, constitutes a crime. Fraud, evasion of a known legal duty, malfeasance and perjury to oath of office are among such crimes.

A contradiction or ambiguity in the law is evident. Americans seeking to lawfully exercise their lawful rights are subject to being arrested, thus damaged, by Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.'s action.

Because a contradiction in laws is evident, and a damage is threatened by the power of office of Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. we respectfully insist that Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. or the court of Florida, certify, under penalty of fraud and other laws, which involved law prevails, not contradicted by any superior law: Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.'s Administrative Order; or the right of the People to freely express their views in regard to this matter.

We must conclude that a failure or refusal to clearly answer our request within ten (10) working days, constitutes the Judge's and court's acknowledgement that the referenced Administrative Order was inferior to superior law, thus fraudulent and an attempt to use power of office to damage American citizens by denying them their rights, calling into question the current legitimacy of the officers of the courts of Florida.

www.FIJA.org 3 February, 2011

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