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Pinellas County Florida Sheriff Gualtieri' Response Letter to me.

Posted on January 23, 2013 at 7:51pm 0 Comments

On  1-4-13 I wrote to my Sheriff.

Dear Sheriff Gualtieri,

I am writing to you, to ask you what your beliefs are about your citizens Constitutional Rights, and how you interpret your responsibility to the citizens of Pinellas County, should the Federal Government overstep its Constitutional Restraints, and try to arbitrarily reclassify and confiscate legally owned firearms in violation of the Second Amendment Rights of Americans. Are you prepared to protect our…


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At 8:44pm on January 23, 2013, Keith Broaders said…

The County Sheriff and the Supreme Court are both assigned the task of enforcing the Constitution. In 1803 the Supreme Court ruled in Marbury vs Madison that any law that is repugnant to the Constitution is null and void. In the county that judgement needs to be made by the person that is responsible to enforce the law. That person is the duly elected sheriff of the county.

The Supreme Court has ruled that the County Sheriff is not required to enforce any Federal Laws in his county. The Federal Law are merely suggestions and the Sheriff may refuse to enforce any laws that he feels are unconstitutional.

Most Sheriffs think that their job is to enforce the law, when there job in reality is to defend the Constitution. Any rule, regulation, code, ordinance or statute that violates a person unalienable rights is unconstitutional and should not be enforced.

The sheriffs have been trained to think they are law enforcement officers and that they must enforce both good and bad laws. They are acting as administrative assistance for the Federal Government and not as servants of the people and defenders of the Constitution.


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