Your Power To Trespass (Even Government Agents)

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By KrisAnne Hall, JD

If a government agent or assignee comes to your property, it will be important to those who wish to protect their privacy and property to KNOW THEIR RIGHTS.

(Learn MORE about your Rights at NonCompliant Movie)

  • You do not have to answer ANY QUESTIONS or make ANY STATEMENTS to ANY GOVERNMENT AGENT or assignee. (5th Amendment of the US Constitution and corresponding section of your State Constitution)
  • Simply asking an agent to identify themselves does not waive your Rights.
  • You have the Right to be free from any government agent or assignee entering your property, your home, or your business without a properly obtained warrant. (4th and 5th Amendments of the US Constitution and corresponding sections of your State Constitution.)
  • Simply demanding a copy of that warrant does not waive your Rights.
  • You have the Right to tell any government agent or assignee to leave your property if they cannot produce a properly obtained warrant. (4th and 5th Amendments of the US Constitution and corresponding sections of your State Constitution.)
  • Simply demanding an agent or assignee of the government to leave your property does not waive your Rights.
  • If a government agent or assignee refuses to leave your property or returns to your property after being warned against entering or returning, that agent or assignee has committed the crime of Trespass and is subject to arrest. (State Law, 4th & 5th Amendments to the US Constitution and corresponding sections of State Constitution as confirmed by Supreme Court Opinions).
  • You have the Right to record through audio, video, or photographic recording of any government agent or assignee on your property, either with or without consent of that agent or assignee. (Multiple Federal Court Opinions recognize that the First Amendment plainly protects the filming of officers and public agents.)

Please click here for a TRESPASS WARNING FORM that you may print and issue to any government agent or assignee that fails to satisfy the requirements of the US and State Constitutions.  HAND THE COMPLETED FORM DIRECTLY TO THE AGENT OR ASSIGNEE WHILE TELLING THEM THEY MUST NOW LEAVE THE PROPERTY AND YOU WILL NOT BE ANSWERING ANY QUESTIONS.

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Armorican
Armorican
2 months ago

Ok. Not this crap again.

Another little pro-tip.

The sign linked to will be ignored. It literally says nothing.

Problem the first: it is not written in English. That’s “Dog Latin,” a debased, fraudulent mish mash of Latin and English. Grammatically and legally void.

Translated to American English, “NO TRESPASSING” reads “No. Trespassing.” Gibberish.

Problem the second: since apparently the Public Fool System has done such an amazing job with dumbing everyone down, basic grammar escapes people. A sign that says “No Trespassing” is making a statement, to whit, that “Trespassing is not currently occurring.”

To be Lawfully enforceable, the sign must be A) written in English (meaning upper and lower case letters) B) must say “Do Not Trespass,” and C) you must be an American, not a “resident Brit.”

Another recommendation is not to claim anything to do with either Constitution if you are on-record as working for “Them.”

Meaning if you are a U.S. Citizen or a “citizen of the United States.” Neither of these entities may own property on America (only rent it and act as caretaker for the Queen), meaning, you don’t get to tell your bosses they cannot come onto what amounts to “their” property at any time.

It’s unfortunate, but “them’s the rules” when you choose to work as a foreigner here.

But feel free to ignore the above and see how it works out for you.

Last edited 2 months ago by Armorican
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