Search Warrant by Federal Judge invalid! : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread

The Federal Government has no jurisdiction over sovereign state citizens. Elian's search Warrant was invalid. The feds broke the Law! But they don't give a damm!

-- ... (, April 23, 2000


INS certainly DOES have jurisdiction over non-citizen residents in the U.S. Last time I checked, the INS was a federal agency.

-- Yeah Right (Ahhhh@haaa.haaa.haaa), April 23, 2000.

elain is not a citizen of the us he is like any other wet back, and does not deserve the attention he is getting. i think the other little girl rescued with him is back in cuba already. these miami cubans are trying to make their laws. his place is with his father.

my 0nly regret is reno didnt do it quicker. bob@bob

-- bob@bob (, April 23, 2000.

I assume you're the same --... who is posting on the gold thread. If so, your knowledge of federal law and search warrants matches your general knowledge of economics and history.

-- Jim Cooke (, April 23, 2000.

Elian's uncle is a sovereign state citizen. His home was violated just like Waco and Ruby Ridge, etc. etc.

-- ... (,,,, April 23, 2000.

So, it's your contention that a federal warrant has no standing? Tell you what. Go to your nearest National Park and cut down one of the real big trees. Leave a note on the stump with yor name and address. You'll then have some first hand experience with federal warrants.

-- Jim Cooke (, April 24, 2000.

Lol Jim!

April 12,

Lazaro Gonzalez...

"They will have to take this child from me by force."

Now that sleazebag is bitching all over the news that they used force to come in. He was just looking for a big lawsuit all along, the fuckin scavenger scum.

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), April 24, 2000.

"Sovereign state citizens?"

Okay, I'll bite. Give me a legal definition of "sovereign state citizen." Bear in mind that your answer will be graded, and that any mention of "fiat money," "jackbooted government thugs" or "illegal fringed US flags" will earn you an immediate zero.

You are welcome to cite court cases that support your citation too, if you can find any.

I eagerly await your legal exposition.

-- Sal Monella (, April 24, 2000.


Heard on the news that the INS got the warrant from a STATE judge in Miami.

-- (sorry@you.lose), April 24, 2000.

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