1995: COMMERCIAL LIENS: A MOST POTENT WEAPON

Version 1.0 Edited by Terra Libra staff [with acknowledgments and credit to Alfred Adask (Publisher of AntiShyster magazine), Richard Boalbey, David DeReimer, and the various lien authors, for providing some of the content] (Applicable To The U.S.A.; Adaptable For Some Other Countries) Common-Law Copyright, 1995 by Terra Libra Holdings All Rights Reserved. Notice: This document is free for personal use only. No part of these materials may be reproduced in any form – except for personal use – without permission from the copyright holder. Table of Contents Chapter 1 * Introduction * Scope and Purpose of Manual * Some Notes on the Sample Briefs * The Commercial Lien Strategy – Background * Some Examples of the Strategy * The Power Of Commercial Liens Chapter 2 * Theory of Commercial Lien Strategy * Introduction * The Commercial Affidavit Process * Constitutions as Enforceable Contracts * Bonding of Government Officials Chapter […] Read More

2012: Supreme Court Guts Due Process Protection

Reader Walter passed along this distressing sighting from Chris Floyd’s blog. American civil liberties were gutted last week, and the media failed to take note of it. The development? If the president or one of his subordinates declares someone to be an “enemy combatant” (the 21st-century version of the “enemy of the state”) he is denied any protection of the law. So any trouble-maker (which means anyone) can be whisked away, incarcerated, tortured, “disappeared,” you name it. Floyd’s commentary: After hearing passionate arguments from the Obama Administration, the Supreme Court acquiesced to the president’s fervent request and, in a one-line ruling, let stand a lower court decision that declared torture an ordinary, expected consequence of military detention, while introducing a shocking new precedent for all future courts to follow: anyone who is arbitrarily declared a “suspected enemy combatant” by the president or his designated minions is no longer a […] Read More