Bills of Attainder
A Bill of Attainder is a device used to deny people the protections guaranteed to them in the Bill of Rights. Any law, code, ordinance, rule, regulation or statute that suspends or denies a person of their lives, liberty or property is a Bill of Attainder and is null and void ab initio.
"Any law or rule making which would abrogate the rights of an individual, are null and void." - Marbury V. Madison
One common Bill of Attainder is a traffic ticket that violates the rights of the traveler, by suspending the rights of due process. When the police officer asks for your "license" and "proof of insurance", or "proof of financial responsibility", you have a Constitutional right to remain silent. Ask the officer if the information you provide could be used against you in a court of law. If he answers in the affirmative, evoke your 5th Amendment right not to provide evidence that may incriminate you. Ask him if you have a Constitutional right to remain silent. Tell him that you decline to speak any further without the assistance of legal counsel.
A Bill of Attainder can bring about the violation of all of your God given rights, as I see it, while reading through the Constitution. Article 1: 9: 3 clearly spells out that "No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed." WHAT PART OF NO DON'T THEY UNDERSTAND? They didn't pass the law, they just outright do it without the law being passed, removed the definitions from the dictionaries, so we are dumbed down to what they are doing.
Everybody should read The Lawful Path: Defining Bills of Attainder and get educated on this. All credit goes to Thomas M. Saunders, of the Bill of Attainder Project.
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