Victory – Bonds and Oaths DO Matter
Here is what can happens when you catch a Public Officer (attorney, cop, agent), acting outside their authority/ office. Which is the case in almost EVERY color of law world case. It's amazing what you see form the outside of The Matrix. You see what is going on.
Joe had a simple traffic case that was escalating into more serious charges fast including possible Jail time.
HIS RECENT EMAIL: They dropped the case. Once they got the notice of the city prosecutor being out of office (COMMENT: thanks to the FOIA method we taught this private student) . And yes I found the state local government code that said before doing your duties or acting in the office must have oath and it is up to the city if they need to be bonded or cover by city insurance In Texas anyway all county officers elected or appointed must have a bond .
fyi thanks – Joe
NOTE: If any public official does anything which is outside their authority, their case is VOID (these are easier to catch than you might imagine), and IF you make the proper claim, you win – that's it. If you want support on such an approach, contact firstname.lastname@example.org