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CBS Smear Piece on "Sovereign Citizens"

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  • uploaded: May 16, 2011
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Original Title : Sovereign Citizen Movement - CBS Hit Piece

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Sovereign Citizen, CBS, 60 Minutes, Hit Piece, Jerry Kane, Alfred Adask,


To say "man or other animals" is a presumption that man is an animal.

Both the FDA and DEA rely upon this legal presumption because the use of "man or other animal" is used in both the definition of Food, and Drugs in title 15 of United States Code.

Adask has in the past successfully defended himself using the argument that to imply that man is an animal violated the 1st amendment which prohibits the making of any law that impedes the free exercise of religion.

You see in Adask's religious beliefs God made men equally in subjection to him, and put man in dominion over the animals. Therefore to imply that man is an animal impedes upon the free exercise of his religion where he believes that man is not an animal. Here is an excerpt from his article explaining this.

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  • Attaboyslim#

    Attaboyslim May 18, 2011 7:57:17 AM CEST

    Did you happen to notice the fact that the cop in Arkansas insinuated that he would be "Happy" to kill a citizen? I find it odd that the police have always had a right to kill and often kill innocent civilians, yet face little than a reprimand because it is considered as collateral. On any given day of the week, you can find instances where the police, or any law enforcement officer and people in politics, have violated the rights of a person or persons. Killing cops is not the answer but the system must be willing to hold cops guilty as quickly as they do an ordinary citizen. Politicians, especially, have enjoyed being, "Above the Law", for too long.

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