I man entered one of the license offices to obtain his CCW ID card as required by state law. He had completed all CCW requirements and obtaining the ID card is the last step. Missouri is a "shall issue" state meaning that once he fulfills the state requirements he MUST be issued the ID card. The clerk wanted to scan his documents for archival and he refused to allow them to be scanned. The clerk refused to issue him the ID card, thereby violating state law. The man has filed suit. The prosecutor of Stoddard County Missouri is his attorney, acting in a private capacity.
“Missouri Revised Statutes, Chapter 32.091.7 clearly states two prohibitions on the Missouri Department of Revenue without “specific statutory authorization”. First is that the Department “shall not collect” individually identifying information on driver’s license applicants, which the Department is requiring of local license offices by requiring them to scan personal source documents without any other options for processing driver’s licenses. Secondly the Department is prohibited from including “any information by which an individual may be identified, unless the department has specific statutory authorization”, which is also being violated by the Department. In this second violation the Department is requiring local licensing offices to provide scanned documents to a federal database that can be cross-referenced through an embedded microchip containing a personalized reference number that may be used to access whatever prohibited information the federal agency chooses.”
Monday, March 11, 12 noon. The Missouri House Government Committee on Accountability will hold a special hearing to take public testimony on DOR’s recent changes and on House Bill 787. This bill was introduced last week in response to the breaking news that DOR is collecting and scanning source documents without Legislative/Statutory authority. HB 787 Prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver’s licenses and non-driver’s licenses. It is sponsored by Representative Todd Richardson (R-152) and Speaker of the House Tim Jones (R-110) along with 36 other House members. The hearing will be in HR 1 which is in the basement of the Missouri Capitol building. Concerned citizens are encouraged to attend and/or testify.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013. Judge Rob Mayer will be conducting a judicial hearing related to a civil court case filed last Monday morning (3-04-13) in court in Stoddard County, Missouri. Again, concerned citizens are encouraged to attend.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013, 8:30 am. The Missouri State Senate Appropriations Committee will be holding a special hearing focused on questions directed to the Director of the Missouri Department of Revenue, Brian K. Long.
* a vicinity Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip that will signal a secure system to pull up your biographic and biometric data for the CBP officer as you approach the border inspection booth,
* a Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) or barcode that the CBP officer can read electronically if RFID isn't available.
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
I had honestly forgotten about real id. My license expires next year, I need to find out what Florida's position is on this thing. Any list of "free states" that don't comply? Montana is a no go for me. Texas might work though.
ETA: S&F. Thanks for the reminder.edit on 14-3-2013 by DarthMuerte because: (no reason given)
All the more reason for states to secede.
Originally posted by bekod
this will be national by 2018 for no sate can go with out FED er GOV aid or $$$$, it is like this, your sate needs X amount of funds for FEMA DHS abdTAX rebates and ROADS if your sate does not comply then your state is on its own, name one sate that does not need any aid from the Gov?
"DHS said it “awarded $17 million to Missouri to lead the development of the verification hub. Four other states – Florida, Indiana, Nevada, and Wisconsin – will each receive $1.2 million to partner with Missouri for verification hub testing and implementation.”
(see Map - page 4) MO got $3 to 5 Million.
"Federal Funds Received for REAL ID and Driver’s License Security Grant Program, FYs 2008–2011"
"FY 2011 appropriation was $44,910,000 to “reduce fraud and improve the reliability and accuracy of personal identification documents that states and territories issue.” Note that REAL ID is not mentioned, nor compliance with REAL ID technical standards referenced. Last year’s description by the DHS grant office made no mention of REAL ID except tangentially here:
“As appropriated by the Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 (Public Law 112-10) and authorized by Title II of the REAL ID Act of 2005, Division B of the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005 (Public Law 109-13), the FY 2011 DLSGP provides funding available to state driver’s licensing authorities (i.e., motor vehicle agencies) for FY 2011 DLSGP related projects. The FY 2011 DLSGP provides funding to prevent terrorism, reduce fraud and improve the reliability and accuracy of personal identification documents that states and territories issue. DLSGP is intended to address a key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission to improve the integrity and security of state-issued driver’s licenses (DL) and identification cards (ID)."
As of today (Saturday, March 9, 2013) approximately 2/3rds of the State’s 183 LLOs have been retooled and can no longer process licenses or CCWs (by directives of the DOR). If the three offices were in fact restructured on Friday, March 7th, as planned (Memphis, Carthage and Ironton), there remain 63 local license offices that can still process your CCW and/or driver’s license with the old equipment (not scanning any documents). According to what we have been told citizens may renew expiring licenses up to six months in advance of the actual expiration date. So if your birthday is between now and September 10-30, you can travel to any remaining license offices to renew before they are retooled. We do not have a schedule for these remaining 63 offices, so you should call any office to confirm everything before traveling. You will be able to find addresses and phone numbers by going to: dor.mo.gov... All LLOs are scheduled to be retooled and scanning by April 1st, 2013
Published on Mar 15, 2013 The Dept of Revenue has been accused of violating Missouri laws with their new driver's license system. Included are allegations that they are providing information about concealed carry permit holders to the federal Department of Homeland security and that they are, in effect, implementing the federal REAL ID program in spite of a 2009 Missouri law forbidding it. In this 5 minute clip Senate Appropriations Committee chairman, Kurt Schaefer, grills the DOR Director and Deputy Director about their "evolving" testimony. Contrary to earlier claims that they were not implementing REAL ID, they clearly have been taking grants from the Dept. of Homeland Security REAL ID program. Some are worried that this is back door gun registration, among other things.
DOR squirming over the issue of State Statutes prohibition of using biometric photos.
Senator Brown focusing on data security and how DOR is putting millions if Missouri citizens at ID theft risk.
Several committee members asking why DOR has brought along the people who could answer the questions the Director and department lawyer say they cannot answer.
Senate ProTem Tom Dempsey calling on Attorney General to defend Missouri citizens from DORs illegal actions against the State's citizens!
Someone high up the 'food chain' wants us marked and tracked, and they want it done quickly and quietly.
Under the analysis used in photo identification cases, if a legal requirement for a photograph
infringes on an individual’s sincerely held religious beliefs, the government must prove that the
individual’s religious exercise is not substantially burdened by the requirement or that the state’s
interest outweighs the burden under the standard imposed by the relevant law under which the
photo requirement is challenged.
CHARLESTON — Is the Real ID a precursor to the end-time world dictator known in Bible prophecy as the Antichrist?
A Randolph County school teacher is convinced there is an eventual link, and wants West Virginia lawmakers to grant anyone with a religious conviction an exemption from the license that employs biometrics.
“But it doesn’t seem like West Virginia’s leadership requests any exemptions from federal government requirements, such as No Child Left Behind, or Real ID, or Obama care,” he said.
“We seem to be marching right in step with the national socialist program.”
Searches and seizures.—The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, and against the unreasonable interception of private communications by any means, shall not be violated.
Question:The proposed law did not require anyone to get anything implanted.
Answer: In bill HR 3962 you do get a rfid chip that’s the affordable health care act or Obama care.
Question:It just created a national registry of a huge of range of medical devices from pacemakers to dental implants Answer: Wrong again, their is two classifications for medical implants. RFID chips fall under class 2
Question: The intent of the registry was to collect statistics on how safe and effective the devices are.
Answer: Wrong RFID chips were granted permission in 2004 by the FDA.
HR3200 is not the bill that passed, but stated you would get a RFID chip. HR 3590 is just another bill of Obamacare or the affordable health care act. Both those bills 3962 and 3590 are the actual Obama care bill Affordable Health Care Act. These two Obama care bills are over 4,000 pages since approved in 2010. Do you know what they have added? starting 2017 you will be required to have a RFID chip.
What This Means To You
This means that Missouri is collecting enough information on you to identify you with facial recognition technology, like the technology used to kill terrorists with drones and satellite guided missiles.
It means that if you work at a Missouri license fee office, you could be subject to a civil suit by anyone whose personal information you collected and turned over the Homeland Security.
It also means that Jay Nixon and Brian K. Long are circumventing Missouri law to feed your information into a master federal database of gun owners, identifiable by facial recognition software.