Back to Court – These Patriots Need Your Help!

Dear Friends of Liberty,

Should a system of government be able to prove it has lawful jurisdiction over the people of the several states? Did post-war Reconstruction nationalize American citizenship and subjugate our states, leading us to where we are today? These are questions we’re trying to answer.
This month, two of our state citizens, Jerry Plemmons and Milo Townsend will be heading into courtrooms to challenge the lawfulness of the de facto state of North Carolina, and demand that the state prove its jurisdiction before proceeding to the merits of their respective cases.
Please take a look at the details of these two appearances below and consider making a contribution.

**Reminder – Meeting This Saturday, June 7th
Remember also that our monthly meeting is coming up this Saturday, 11am-1pm. Our meetings take place at the Golden Corral Restaurant on 120 Gallery Center Drive in Mooresville, NC (Hwy 150 at Exit 36). These state meetings are open to the public and we welcome your attendance.

NCAR Citizens In Court

Jerry Plemmons

June 4, 2014, 9AM

Iredell County Court House
221 E. Water Street
Statesville, NC
Get Directions

Charges: Speeding Ticket
Challenge: Jurisdiction

A word from Jerry: “This is my third appearance for this matter. I am unable to obtain a court reporter, so would like to ask for witnesses to attend. I have attempted to establish communication this past week, but the ADA is making this difficult by refusing to provide an email address on account that I am not an attorney.”
Help Jerry in his fight by providing…
Witnesses – Get directions to courthouse.
Donations – Pledge $25, $50, or $100 to Jerry’s case.

Milo Townsend

June 10, 2014, 9:30AM

Stanly County Court House
District Court Room, 4th Floor
201 S 2nd St
Albemarle, NC 28001
Get Directions

Charges: No tags, no insurance, no inspection, resisting and delaying an officer
Challenge: Jurisdiction

A word from Milo: 

“I primarily would like to have attendees present to take notes (cell phones aren’t allowed in the Stanly County court house while court is in session) and witness the proceedings. It would be nice to have people who can give an account of what happens and how the court and the state respond to my challenge. Because of finances, time and the reluctance of court reporters to document our cases now, I wasn’t able to secure one that was affordable and available on that date.”
“My Notice of Challenge to the Jurisdiction of the State, together with the supporting Memorandum of Law, were served to the DA’s office in our county last month, and the Judge who continued the case then indicated that the State would need the time to prepare a response to my Challenge. I hope to receive a serious response, which I can then evaluate and prepare a counter-response if need be.”

Help Milo in his fight by providing…

Witnesses – Get directions to courthouse.
Donations – Pledge $25, $50, or $100 to Jerry’s case.
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7 years ago

Contact Marc Stevens at
He has helped me and has a good record of getting people through this situations.
Chet West