The District Court grand juries are operating in violation of the Constitution    

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To: The Governor of Texas                                       August 7, 2000
       George Bush
       Seat of the government of Texas
       Capitol Building
       Austin, Texas

Dear Governor Bush

    I bring an urgent matter to your attention. The justices Courts, The District
Courts, The Appeals Courts and the Supreme Court are operating in violation of the
laws of this state, Texas. The District Court grand juries are operating in
violation of the Constitution in collusion with the Texas Bar association.
The Supreme Court of the State of Texas has, ( so I am told) issued an opinion
to the county Judge (Lee Jackson) for the county of Dallas, that the county
Court can be closed and it has been, in violation of the Constitution. The
county Commissioners have failed to provide a County Attorney as required by
the Constitution and, as far as I can determine, have turned that requirement
over to an assistant District attorney, Jana Marie Prigmore, in violation of
the Constitution. Sir, I have reason to believe and I do believe that the
agents and officials of the Courts of the State of Texas are all guilty of
third-degree felonies for failure to be licensed by this state to practice
law in this state. The attorney(s) and the clerk of the Supreme Court are
claiming that the Certificate of Bar membership is their license to practice
law in the State of Texas; even if that were true, it would be in violation
of the Constitution. The officials and agents of the Courts and the officials
of the county of Dallas are in violation of their oath of office and have
committed treason against the Constitutions of both Texas and the united
States of America.
     Governor Bush, we, the people of the county of Dallas, are petitioning
you for redress and for enforcement of the laws and the Constitution per your
oath of office to do so in this matter.

Respectfully,

addressee:      Ralph, evans
mail location:  post office for the States united
                       Garland, Texas                              
message center 972-412-9161 - "evans"  evans@ticnet.com

Sir this notice is being mailed to you and faxed to you on Monday, August 7, 2000.



George W. Bush, the 46th Governor of Texas, has a reputation as a
compassionate conservative who shapes policy based on the principles
of limited government, personal responsibility, strong families and
local control. More!
http://www.governor.state.tx.us/


"Late, Late Show" Calls For Killing Bush
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BUT I WILL FIGHT UNTIL I DIE FOR YOUR RIGHTS TO SAY IT.
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Why is criminal justice so central to American politics?
Over 1.7 million americans live in prison!
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Response from Hon. George W. Bush, Governor of Texas
http://www.nospank.org/bush4.htm

"The Law"!
FIVE WORDS AND TEN COMMANDMENTS TO VICTORY:
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his is part four of a four part series on what is happening to America.
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The due process clause of the Constitution,
however, demands reasonable specificity in criminal
prohibitions to enable a citizen to conform to the law.
As the Supreme Court amplified in Connally vs.
General Construction Co. (1926): "A statute which
either forbids or requires the doing of an act in terms
so vague that men and women of common
intelligence must necessarily guess at its meaning and
differ as to its application, violates the first essential
of due process of law."
http://www.washtimes.com/commentary site down (good comment)

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