In America, their is this little thing called the Constitution. Not only is their a United States Constitution, but also Each And Every State in the
union has their OWN Constitution.
Do you know that both the United States Constitution, and EVERY State Constitution has a common Statement....
U.S. Constitution - Article 1 Section 9
No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.
What does this mean?
Any law, ...which inflicts a greater punishment than the law annexed to the crime when committed, is an ex post facto law. For example, a law cannot
be created tomorrow which will hold a person responsible for something he or she does today. Laws are binding only from the date of their creation or
from some future date at which they are specified as taking effect.
In the Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court, Harvard's Professor Laurence H. Tribe has defined a bill of attainder as a legislative act "that
inflicts punishment without a trial."
The late Edgar Bodenheimer, professor emeritus at the University of California, identified an ex post facto law as a statute "that prescribes a
greater punishment for a crime already committed."
The Constitution Guarantees you the lawmakers cannot make laws which add punishment to a crime committed before the law was passed.
Totally Forbidden by the Constitution.
The laws which are today applied Retro Actively violate the Constitution of both the United States and also every state in the union in that it adds
tons of punishments, PLURAL, upon men who have already served out their time. This hurts these men's CHILDREN by making them outcasts.
This means this law was put into effect in 2006. But if you committed any crime related to this law, no matter if it was 100 years ago, and you have
already served your time, you would now begin being PUNISHED AGAIN for that same crime.
But today, G.W. Bush has implemented Ex Post Facto Laws, and the states are following suit and enacting many, many ex post facto laws.
If you are an average working stiff, you are about 2 paychecks away from poverty.
If your civil rights are violated, it could cost you as much as 30, $50,000.00 to fight the violations in court.
If you are among the poor, and cannot hire a lawyer, you will NOT be able to access the courts to plead your case, and NOBODY will defend you without
Basically, Only the Rich or Connected have civil rights in America as without money, or powerful connections, the poor will always go to jail or
Try getting ahold of the ACLU, what a joke.. in Louisiana, you cannot even call them! They have a machine.
The constitution is DEAD in America.