Originally posted by WisdomInChains
what i wanna know is when is it legal to use self defence procedures against a cop and why is it that whenever a cop searches you they ball tap you is
that in the police mannual or something
In essence, those manuals are written to teach the Officer to uphold Statutory regulations that have nothing to do with a private citizen merely
exercising their inherent Rights as specified & defined under Constitutional Law (Common Law): Yes...specified & defined
Constitution/Bill of Rights, not granted
by these documents.
The real root of the matter is that you must establish that you do not consent to be detained against your will, establish that the Officer has indeed
taken his Oath of Office as a Peace Officer & establish the inherent limitations of Statutory jurisdiction & how they do not apply
to you, as
well as establish that he has no lawful reason to detain you without your first having violated certain Laws that still do
apply to you.
It's quite possible that the Officer is not properly trained in this manner, so you must make sure he establishes that on his own...By your asking
specific questions that establish the fact of whether or not he has any legal & lawful authority to detain you against your will or commit violations
of any of your Rights while he is "detaining" you. In short, you must allow the Officer to agree to the establishment of the
Rule of Law
, which confirms that the USA is, in the truth of Law, a Republic form of government
under a specified body of Common Law.
The "normal training" of Peace Officers nowadays is constructed to be in denial
of Common Law in favor of upholding Administrative
(Statutory) Law...Which is in violation of the Officer's Oath of Office under Common Law! Be considerate to the Officer, because he may not even be
consciously aware that this is what he's doing! If he really puts any real value in his job, he may even be surprised that you've told him & let you
go with no further hassle.
Always remember to speak politely & respectfully...Never act with belligerence or in a condescending tone of voice. Try to keep it on a "pleasant"
field of discussion but keep to the point so that you waste as little time as possible.
If the Officer still proceeds to violate your Rights in any way, inform him as such but do not physically resist him...He's already armed & trained &
is very likely to have backup
who are also armed & trained...Keep this fact firmly in mind before you decide to resist physically. Doing so is
likely to result in his "ramping up" his response to violate you even more. If your attitude is such that you offend him personally, you may not
survive long enough to get it into an Article 3 (Common Law) Court to bring charges!
Self Defense can only be applied when your very life itself
is in clear & present danger & even then, you'll have to be able to prove that in
court as well. This is assuming you survive: Always remember that a dead man cannot testify in court, except perhaps through Forensics...Even
depends entirely on the attitude of the person
who performs the autopsy.
This is it, in a nutshell, but more info can be found under actual Points of Law