Notice and Demand to Cease and Desist From Attacking The People’s Right
to Protect Themselves and States
I, one of the People (as seen in the 50 State Constitutions), Sui Juris, do present you with this notice that you and your agents may provide due care;
Please take notice that the People have taken the time to do the proper study to be able to come together in mass across the Nation and deal with matters of the common good and wish to address your attempts to use legislative fiat to attack the People’s rights;
Please take notice that Congress has no authority to interfere with the People’s right to have weapons they deem necessary for defense (see authorities below):
Maxim: 9c. It is a liberty of free citizens to retain arms for their protection and according to their condition. People v. Horton, 264 N. Y. S. 84, 88.
Please take notice that the People have a guaranteed and absolute right to have the weapons necessary to preserve themselves and condition and there can be absolutely no possible authority for any legislature to make a rule, ban or statute that would go against any right of the People, without express written consent (see evidence below):
Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) page 491
Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rulemaking or legislation which would abrogate them.
Please take notice that writing ambiguous laws under the Commerce Clause to deal with interstate commerce and international commerce has nothing to do with the common rights of the People, derivative from the common law, that you swore as Trustees to protect as a condition for receiving employment as the People’s Servants;
Maxim: 9d. Laws are silent amidst arms. 4 Inst. 70.
Please take notice that as a maxim, you swore to never attack the rights of the People, therefore, the People know and realize that your statutes are not against private use of the People or their associations;
Maxim: 9b. Under the name of arms are included, not only shields and swords and helmets, but also clubs and stones. Co. Litt. 162.
Please take notice that as the People, we understand that you don’t dictate what weapons are okay for the People, though you may have enjoyed attorney’s who have helped to write statutes without jurisdiction and vague to leave theft of jurisdiction as a possibility for decades;
Missouri Constitution Article 1 “Bill of Rights” Section 23: Right to Keep and Bear Arms--Exception
That the right of every citizen to keep and bear arms, ammunition, and accessories typical to the normal function of such arms, in defense of his home, person, family and property, or when lawfully summoned in aid of the civil power, shall not be questioned. The rights guaranteed by this section shall be unalienable. Any restriction on these rights shall be subject to strict scrutiny and the state of Missouri shall be obligated to uphold these rights and shall under no circumstances decline to protect against their infringement. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent the general assembly from enacting general laws which limit the rights of convicted violent felons or those duly adjudged mentally infirm by a court of competent jurisdiction.
Please take notice that you as agents of the United States, have made contracts with all states and agreed that these rights were inherent in the People nationwide (See evidence below):
Virginia Constitution Article 1 “Bill of Rights” Section 13:
Militia; Standing Armies; Military Subordinate to Civil Power
That a well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the proper, natural, and safe defense of a free state, therefore, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; that standing armies, in time of peace, should be avoided as dangerous to liberty; and that in all cases the military should be under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power. (Emphasis by underline added):
Michigan Constitution Article 1 “Declaration of Rights” Section 6: Bearing of Arms
Every person has a right to keep and bear arms for the defense of himself and the state.
Please take notice that the People understand your limited powers granted to the Federal Constitution in regards to Interstate Commerce and Foreign Commerce, in Article 1 Section 8 of the United States Constitution and would like to believe that you are not presenting this “gun ban” as an attempt to block the power of lawful People to buy weapons of their choosing, as the original intent of the Legislature, as shown in your own Statute declares the same (see evidence below):
Public Law 90-618
Title I-State Firearms Control Assistance October 22, 1968
Sec. 101. The Congress hereby declares that the purpose of this title is to provide support to Federal, State, and local law enforcement officials in their fight against crime and violence, and it is not the purpose of this title to place any undue or unnecessary Federal restrictions or burdens on law-abiding citizens with respect to acquisition, possession, or use of firearms appropriate to to the purpose of hunting, trapshooting, target shooting, personal protection, or any other lawful activity, and that this title is not intended to discourage or eliminate the private ownership or use of firearms by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes, or provide for the imposition by Federal regulations of any procedures or requirements other than those reasonably necessary to implement and effectuate the provisions of this title. (Emphasis by highlight and underline added)
Please take notice that as the People we now recognize that you can’t make a law against the People’s guaranteed rights, nor can you make any rule that would infringe against the right of the People. It is therefore understood that you may have had an oversight in the presentation of your ideas that somehow, these statutes that you have written somehow affected the rights of the People you serve. Please take notice that a failure to immediately give a point of clarity as Congress correcting these issues, publicly to the People, or for any Justice of the Supreme Court to step up using the authority granted to you to remedy situations given to you outside of court, shall be deemed a transgression against the People, of the highest degree. Thank you for your immediate attention to these matters and please see Judges authority below:
Ex parte Milligan, 71 U.S. 2 (1866) Page 116,117
It was the manifest design of Congress to secure a certain remedy by which anyone deprived of liberty could obtain it if there was a judicial failure to find cause of offence against him. Courts are not, always in session, and can adjourn on the discharge of the grand jury, and before those who are in confinement could take proper steps to procure their liberation. To provide for this contingency, authority was given to the judges out of court to grant relief to any party who could show that, under the law, he should be no longer restrained of his liberty.
Maxim: 21f. He who does not forbid what he can forbid, seems to assent. 2 Inst. 308; 8 Exch. 304; 1 Bl. Comm. 430.
Please take notice that the People have been in the past, and are currently being restrained and threatened in their liberty, and is the will of the People, that all officers and Trustees take action to prevent the maladministration and harms that would take place by using ambiguous statutes and declarations of their meaning, not in line with the original intent of the Congress in its original legislation. Any attempt to thwart your duty to correct these issues and give clarity, or any failure to cease and desist any further actions against the People’s rights will be considered a willful trespass, with full knowledge, intent and malice. Furthermore, if you believe that any of these claims are untrue, please respond by Affidavit, with Constitutional Provisions granting you the authority to infringe upon the People’s rights, within 5 days, or you agree that all herein be true and that you any officer acting to interfere with the People’s rights shall be personally responsible for $10,000,000 per incident and I reserve my right to bring this issue before an arbitrator of my choice.