A Investigation on Constitutional & Bill Of Rights Violations By Mississippi Law Enf.
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WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI WOULD LIKE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO LOOK INTO UNLAWFUL AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTS DONE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. THESE ACT ARE A DIRECT VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL, BILL OR RIGHTS AS WELL AS CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS. THOSE ACTS ARE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO.
1. UNLAWFUL ROADBLOCKS(4TH AMENDMENT) - The Supreme Court has ruled that law enforcement agencies can only set up roadblocks for “special needs, beyond the normal need for law enforcement.” (City of Indianapolis v. Edmond). Law enforcement agencies can’t set up roadblocks simply to assist in the normal process of law enforcement; there has to be some kind of special circumstance that justifies the intrusion into the lives of motorists that a roadblock entails.
2. EXCESSIVE FINES AND BAILS AS A RESULT OF THEIR UNLAWFUL ROADBLOCKS AND TRAFFIC STOPS (8TH AMENDMENT) - The Court held in Waters-Pierce Oil Co. v. Texas, 212 U.S. 86 (1909), that States, through their police powers, have the authority to punish crimes; The Supreme Court can only interfere with state legislation if fines are grossly excessive.
When calculating fines, courts must consider the defendant’s financial resources and the burden of the fine to the defendant, as discussed in United States v. United Mine Workers, 330 U.S. 258 (1947). In that case, the court found that a $3,500,000 fine against a union was excessive, but that a $700,000 fine was not.
3. JUDICIAL EXTORTION AND CORRUPTION - OFTEN TIMES THE FINES ARE TO HIGH TO PAY AND IF NOT PAID THEY WILL ISSUE A "STAY OR PAY WARRANT" WHICH ALSO VIOLATES THE 4TH AMENDMENT, BUT IF YOU PAY THE JUDGE AN AN AMOUNT SET BY HIM/HER THEY WILL RELEASE YOU BUT THE MONEY PAID DOES NOT GO TOWARDS ANY FINES OR COURT COSTS.
THEY MAKE BOGUS ACQUISITIONS I.E "WE PULLED YOU OVER BECAUSE YOUR TAG LIGHT WAS OUT" WHEN THATS NOT THE CASE, AND SOME OF THESE UNLAWFUL TRAFFIC STOPS HAS EVEN RESULTED IN DEATH
AND MANY MORE. THE LAW AGENCY BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE ABOVE THE LAW, AND WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI WOULD LIKE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AND SUPREME COURT TO LOOK INTO THE ACTIONS OF THESE AGENCIES.
THERE IS NO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN MISSISSIPPI AND MOST PEOPLE HAVE TO DRIVE MILES JUST TO GET TO THEIR PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT, YET THE GOVERNOR HAS REVOKED THE "HARDSHIP LICENSE" PROGRAM MAKING A MAJOR IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN THIS STATE. THESE ACTIONS EFFECT THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE AS A WHOLE.
WE WOULD LIKE A REINSTATEMENT OF THE HARDSHIP PROGRAM TO MADE MANDATORY BASED ON NO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM, AS WELL AS A BAN TO THESE "NON SYSTEMATIC", ALREADY DECLARED ILLEGAL BY THE US SUPREME COURT ((City of Indianapolis v. Edmond)) ROADBLOCKS THAT ARE PLACED UPON US THAT DISTRACTS OUR RIGHT TO FREE MOVEMENT . AND A INVESTIGATION INTO THE POLICE, SHERIFF DEPARTMENTS AND JUDGES OF THE STATE.
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