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Keith Broaders
1230 N Street #510
Sacramento, California 95814
Phone (916) 399-4881

A crime is committed when the God given rights of an individual are violated. In order for a crime to take place there must be a victim. It is the duty of law enforcement to arrest anyone suspected of causing harm to another human.

Most of our so called law enforcement officers arrest innocent people for violating rules and regulations. Rather than protecting the rights of the people, most law enforcement officers enforce unjust laws and turn a blind eye when Judges violate the Constitution.

When a police officer ignores his or her Constitutional duty, they become a threat to the people they were hired to serve.

How many people are currently in jail because our courts have denied them their guaranteed rights. When people violate an unjust law and are incarcerated how many of them received a jury trial?

Over 95% of those in prison have pled guilty to a lesser crime in order to avoid the possibility of being found guilty of a more serious crime, (aka Plea Bargaining). If the American people understood the power and authority of the jury, many humans accused of crimes would be found not guilty.

When the rights of the people are violated by the government a crime has been committed.

Read the 13th Amendment

Section 1.

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

Men and women who are being detained without having been convicted of a crime are noting more than victims of a tyrannical government. This should not be allowed.

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