It's Official. The Government Doesn't Have To Listen To The People.

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  1. poncho

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    September 9, 2005


    Finally: Right-To-Petition Case Decided

    Next Step: U.S. Court Of Appeals Plus...

    Yesterday, we received an email from a stranger informing us that the DC District Court had granted the government's motion to dismiss the RTP lawsuit. Then, with yesterday's mail, we received a hard copy of the Court's Opinion & Order, which purportedly were entered on August 31, 2005, eight days before we learned there had been a decision.

    Judge Sullivan has ruled that it makes no difference what facts we have that prove that the government is not responding to our four Petitions for Redress of constitutional torts because, he says, the government does not have to listen or respond to Petitions for Redress of Grievances from the People.

    We are currently reviewing the Decision with plaintiffs' counsel Mark Lane, who was not available until today.

    On Monday we will post our analysis of the decision and a discussion of the full range of civic actions we believe are now necessary, including an appeal to the Court of Appeals.

    This afternoon, a Notice of Appeal was mailed to the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, DC.

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  2. OldRegular

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    The Federal Government has been violating the Constitution ever since the War of Northern Agression. :D
     

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