The People’s Notice of Trespass to New Hampshire Government
Notice to agent is Notice to Principal and Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent
I, , one of the People, as seen in New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Articles 1 and 8, Sui Juris; you being Trustees of the People must provide due care and remember your oath which binds you; do make the following statements and claims;
Please take notice that it is my wish, order, and demand, as one of the People, that the Election of November 2022 be denied certification due to the following issues:
1. There are election workers who have been ordered, by officials over the elections, to do things outside the form of law; this stands as maladministration and malfeasance.
2. I further demand that under the fundamental principles of law, universally accepted in all civilized nations, that you nullify this election, as the will of one of the People, and by necessity, custom, and historical usages of the law:
Maxim: 83e. Nothing is more just than that which is necessary. Dav. Ir. K.B. 12; Branch, Princ.
Maxim: 46b. Legal form is essential form. 10 Coke, 100.
Maxim: 46d. Where the law prescribes a form, the non observance of it is fatal to the proceeding, and the whole becomes a nullity. Best, Ev. Introd. s. 59.
Please take notice that the People have learned the law and understand that all political power in our republic originates from them. The People understand that government servants do not give the People rights; nor do they guide and direct the People; the People also understand that elected servants took an oath, in order to work for the People, and have sworn that the People have the ultimate power as seen below:
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 1. [Equality of Men; Origin and Object of Government.]. All men are born equally free and independent; Therefore, all government of right originates from the people, is founded in consent, and instituted for the general good.
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 8. [Accountability of Magistrates and Officers; Public’s Right to Know.] All power residing originally in, and being derived from, the people, all the magistrates and officers of government are their substitutes and agents, and at all times accountable to them. Government, therefore, should be open, accessible, accountable and responsive. To that end, the public’s right of access to governmental proceedings and records shall not be unreasonably restricted. The public also has a right to an orderly, lawful, and accountable government. Therefore, any individual taxpayer eligible to vote in the State, shall have standing to petition the Superior Court to declare whether the State or political subdivision in which the taxpayer resides has spent, or has approved spending, public funds in violation of a law, ordinance, or constitutional provision. In such a case, the taxpayer shall not have to demonstrate that his or her personal rights were impaired or prejudiced beyond his or her status as a taxpayer. However, this right shall not apply when the challenged governmental action is the subject of a judicial or administrative decision from which there is a right of appeal by statute or otherwise by the parties to that proceeding. (Emphasis added.)
Please take notice that the constitutions were created by the People and shall not be construed by government agents to extract meaning or intent where none exists. The meaning of the words are clear. Part 2 Article 32 of New Hampshire Constitution directs us that the moderator must sort and count votes in the presence of the town selectmen and town clerk; there must be two human witnesses to testify to the sorting and counting of votes. When we see the word shall, in law, it indicates that the thing is mandatory; anything else, i.e., machine counting, is unlawful. That government agents interpret the Constitution to authorize that machine sorting and counting in the presence of the moderator is equivalent to human sorting and counting, is malfeasance. The moderator is NOT counting the votes when a machine is counting the votes; nor can the town selectmen or clerk testify to what they can not see inside the machine.
New Hampshire Constitution Form of Government Article 32 [Biennial Meetings, How Warned, Governed, and Conducted; Return of Votes, etc.] The meetings for the choice of governor, council and senators, shall be warned by warrant from the selectmen, and governed by a moderator, who shall, in the presence of the selectmen (whose duty it shall be to attend) in open meeting, receive the votes of all the inhabitants of such towns and wards present, and qualified to vote for senators; and shall, in said meetings, in presence of the said selectmen, and of the town or city clerk, in said meetings, sort and count the said votes, and make a public declaration thereof, with the name of every person voted for, and the number of votes for each person; and the town or city clerk shall make a fair record of the same at large, in the town book, and shall make out a fair attested copy thereof, to be by him sealed up and directed to the secretary of state, within five days following the election, with a superscription expressing the purport thereof. (Emphasis added.)
Please take notice that when government servants refuse to abide by the law of the land as the constitution prescribes, when they deny the People proper protection of their rights, they immediately void any and all authority that was delegated to them. The People reserve all rights to themselves and demand government agents obey the law;
Maxim: 51k. The law is not to be violated by those in government. Jenk. Cent. 7.
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 3. [Society, its Organization and Purposes.] When men enter into a state of society, they surrender up some of their natural rights to that society, in order to ensure the protection of others; and, without such an equivalent, the surrender is void. (Emphasis added.)
Please take notice that the People, having come together and assembled for the common good, realize that the oath which binds government agents provides their consent to be instructed by us in the New Hampshire State Constitution Bill of Rights Article 32. I therefore come to you in love, telling you that, to certify an election, after being shown fundamental law, the fact that workers were instructed to ignore the law, and verifications that would render the proceeding a nullity, will be considered as a trespass against the People in the highest degree;
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 32. [Rights of Assembly, Instruction, and Petition.] The People have a right, in an orderly and peaceable manner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give instructions to their Representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer. (Emphasis added.)
Maxim: 84a. There is no stronger link or bond between men than an oath. Jenk. Cent. Cas. 126; Id. p. 126, case 54.
Maxim: 57f. Ignorance of the fact excuses; ignorance of the law excuses not. Every man must be taken to be cognizant of the law; otherwise there is no saying to what extent the excuse of ignorance may not be carried. 1 Coke, 177; Broom, Max. 253; 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 3828.
Maxim: 84c. Punishment is due if the words of an oath be false. Black’s, 840.
Please take notice that the People know that legal form has not been observed in our elections. The People know the Constitution provides direction for government agents to count ballots as seen in Part 2 Article 32. The People know that voting machines did not exist in 1784; therefore the intent of the article is for hand counting of ballots. By creating statute in 1979 to authorize the use of voting machines, the legislature created law that is repugnant to the constitution. Any such law made is maladministration, and is null and void on its face.
Maxim: 60e. It is to the intention that all law applies. Law always regards the intention. Black’s, 2d, 70: Bouv. 118.
Please take notice that the People know that no statute, law, order, or mandate that is repugnant or contrary to the Constitution can stand; such a law is void on its face. The People also know that in order to change the constitution, to move away from Part 2 Article 32 requiring the moderator sort and count the votes, proper form must be followed as specified in Part 2 Article 100, which must be approved by 2/3 of the legal voters. This was not done when the Legislature circumvented the People in the 1979, by legislative act, authorizing the use of voting machines; thus removing the requirement that the moderator sort and count the votes.
Maxim: 7a. When form is not observed, it is inferred that the act is annulled. 12 Coke, 7.
Maxim: 62d. Void things are no things. People v. Shall, 9 Cow. (N.Y.) 784.
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 5. [Power to Make Laws, Elect Officers, Define Their Powers and Duties, Impose Fines and Assess Taxes; Prohibited from Authorizing Towns to Aid Certain Corporations.]
And farther, full power and authority are hereby given and granted to the said general court, from time to time, to make, ordain, and establish, all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, statutes, ordinances, directions, and instructions, either with penalties, or without, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this constitution, as they may judge for the benefit and welfare of this state, and for the governing and ordering thereof, and of the subjects of the same, for the necessary support and defense of the government thereof, and to name and settle biennially, or provide by fixed laws for the naming and settling, all civil officers within this state, such officers excepted, the election and appointment of whom are hereafter in this form of government otherwise provided for; and to set forth the several duties, powers, and limits, of the several civil and military officers of this state, and the forms of such oaths or affirmations as shall be respectively administered unto them, for the execution of their several offices and places, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this constitution; (Emphasis added.)
New Hampshire Constitution Form of Government Article 32. [Biennial Meetings, How Warned, Governed, and Conducted; Return of Votes, etc.] The meetings for the choice of governor, council and senators, shall be warned by warrant from the selectmen, and governed by a moderator, who shall, in the presence of the selectmen (whose duty it shall be to attend) in open meeting, receive the votes of all the inhabitants of such towns and wards present, and qualified to vote for senators; and shall, in said meetings, in presence of the said selectmen, and of the town or city clerk, in said meetings, sort and count the said votes, and make a public declaration thereof, with the name of every person voted for, and the number of votes for each person; and the town or city clerk shall make a fair record of the same at large, in the town book, and shall make out a fair attested copy thereof, to be by him sealed up and directed to the secretary of state, within five days following the election, with a superscription expressing the purport thereof. (Emphasis added.)
Please take notice that the acts of election workers, acting as trustees of the People, ordering government servants to ignore the form of elections, presented in good faith, is fatal to the whole proceeding. The People know that the performance of a void act does not make the act valid; likewise, such act can not exist regardless of the passage of time. Furthermore, government is without authority to certify anything that was void, null or invalid, on its face, as shown in the evidence below:
Maxim: 62c: Things invalid from the beginning cannot be made valid by subsequent act. Tray. Leg. Max. 482.
Maxim: 62o. Things grounded upon an ill and void beginning cannot have a valid or good perfection. Finch, Law, b. 1, c. 3, n. 8.
Please take notice that, as one of the People, I believe my servants are acting as Adversarial Agents, failing to secure the People’s business; and have, in many instances, ignored, been hostile toward, and attempted to intimidate the People. It is therefore my intent, to come together with the People, to reform the government of New Hampshire, by right and in peace. Please take notice that as the People come together to return any servant to private life, by removal or by reforming the government, it is done by absolute right. All government workers in New Hampshire swore to this when they took office;
New Hampshire Constitution Bill of Rights Article 10. [Right of Revolution.]
Government being instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security, of the whole community, and not for the private interest or emolument of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, whenever the ends of government are perverted, and public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought to reform the old, or establish a new government. The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd, slavish, and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind. (Emphasis added.)
Jim Jordan please take notice, it is the will of the People that you pay close attention to this matter. Please ensure an investigation of any and all relationships between state government agents and branches that are causing harm to the People; we demand any public servant show where constitutional authority was given to interfere with the People’s business;
United States Supreme Court please take notice that fundamental principles of law, our constitutions and maxims, by continued use of notice and affidavit, show that the People have tried to use regular remedies, only to be denied and attacked by attorneys and administrative agencies in partnership with legislatures and courts. This direct attack on the rights of the People has left very few entities that will follow the Constitutions.
As one of the People, I demand, wish, and order that you provide remedy, by necessity, as the People wish to Swear Oaths and send Affidavits declaring wrongs done by State Actors against the People. As one of the People, I demand, wish and order that you issue warrants for the arrest of any government agent who is declared to be warring against the State Constitutions, the rights of the People they swore to protect, and the right of the People to have a due regard to the law in the state constitutions;
Please take Notice that the People have assembled and learned the law and wish to prosecute all bad actors who refuse to follow the law as servants. We demand that the New Hampshire Legislature return to deal with issues immediately, and to carry out the will of the People. If this Notice shall be ignored by the legislature or its members individually, this notice shall stand as evidence against them, that they are purposely, with malice, and intent, ignoring the will of the People, and shall stand as evidence in all Courts, before the Supreme Court, and the Federal Legislature.
If, as New Hampshire government agents, you believe the People do not have this right, and you refuse to immediately to secure the Peoples elections and business, by immediate investigations and nullifying this election, filled with maladministration and malfeasance, you must present constitutional grants of authority showing you are allowed to do so, sworn under penalty of perjury, by affidavit, within 7 days. If you should fail to respond, you agree that you are trespassing against the People, with full knowledge, intent, and malice, and that this notice can be used as evidence against you should you continue to interfere with the People’s rights.
This notice is sent with the Peace and Love of Jesus Christ, so that you may provide due care.