If the Governor of Nevada went to where the border of Area 51 is and went past the sign that marks the border for Area 51, would it be trespassing?
If he was ordered to turn back and kept walking into Area-51 would he be arrested? The Governor is the executive authority for the state so what
would his charges be after being arrested? Arresting someone means you must charge that person, how can charges be brought against the governor for
trespassing in the Governors state over which the lands the Governor has supreme executive authority. This would be an act of aggression against the
governor and would constitute an insurrection if people were imprisoning the leader of the people of New Mexico. This would in turn grant authority
to the governor to dispatch the National Guard, all police, local and state, to assault the base known as Area-51 to secure his release?
From the Nevada State Consitution: Artivle 5 Section 1
The supreme executive power of this State, shall be vested in a Chief Magistrate who shall be Governor of the State of Nevada.
From the Nevada State Constitution: Article V Section 5
Governor is Commander in Chief of State Military Forces.he State of Nevada.
If the governor is the elected Executive Authority of the state and entering those grounds constituted a crime but not a crime against violating the
Laws of Nevada and not violating US law with which the arrest powers of a governor who is by definition in the state constitution the supreme
authority, under whose authority would the governor be arrested? (Keep in mind this is also why Governors who sign marijuana, cap and trade, or gay
marriage state Amendments are not arrested.)
US Constitution Tenth Amendment: Tenth Amendment
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or
to the people.
Then if Area-51 can not arrest the governor under the powers granted to the officials operating Area-51, then what entity is responsible for governing
Area-51 and from where legally is this power derived? WHo authorized the use of deadly force? This authorization does not supersede the rights
bestowed upon the Governor acting as the Executive Authority of the state which would violate the supremacy clause.
US Constitution Supremacy Clause: Article 6 Clause 2
This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made,
under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the
constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding.
When military personnel state or national carry out an act within a state they are bound by state law as well as federal law. Arresting the governor
would be grounds for the governor to use the military, police, and local militia to secure his release from imprisonment on those grounds it would
seem and if killed through deadly force would constitute an act of war against the state if that is possible?
Area-51 is not a US military base in any records or documentation. Far as reports go and speculation it is a testing facility so is not under the
protection of powers granted to the secretary of state under war powers for executive authority. Therefore it leaves open the question of who runs
Area-51 and what governments or corporations own operate and use that land. The USAF hold no official designation or claim to the land under federal
charter for the territory designated Area-51.
If an independent Entity who is not the US government and operates outside the scope of the State Laws of Nevada. From where would such authority be
granted? Signs say that the "Use of Deadly Force is Authorized". The agents present on site who would carry out that authority under the power
granted to them are known as "camo dudes", are not US military. This is evident int heir uniforms distinct lack of NIR technology which is infrared
used to identify friendly personnel.
NIR: (Infrared Signature Management)
The personnel known commonly as "Camo Dudes", then are not military and not deputized by the state with any police powers so the ability to use
deadly force must be granted by themselves to themselves since otherwise it would contradict both federal and state law for civilians to be authorized
in the use of deadly force against US citizens in the conduct of their duties.
edit on 31-3-2012 by tigpoppa because: (no reason