Report on Research of Maine State Bar Association Booklet “100 Years of Law and Justice”

Courtesy of Phil Merletti, Researcher

Report on 100 Years of Law and (UN)Justice – Part 1 – Part 2

“Please note that this report is in draft form. I will update this report with more information as it continues to surface, to explain or clarify the existing facts. Also, it is intended by me, that you have access to the 78 page booklet “100 Years of Law and Justice” to read and study and for reference and to compare the excerpts and the intent of the perversion and dishonesty that I point out. I ask the reader to use the 100-year booklet to compare my interpretation to prevent any accusations that I have taken anything out of context. The 100-year booklet was written and published for and accepted by the Maine State BAR Association. This booklet, by intent and design, cannot be purchased on the open market. However it can be accessed and lent through the Maine State Law Library System. A side note: I was the second person to have borrowed this booklet since 1991.”

Original Constitution of Maine (1820), HERE, HERE.

100 Years of Law & Justice (1891-1991),  click here.

Related: click here.

National Lawyers Guild Report, click here.

Whether done by sheer innocense or deliberte design, the end result is the same.

Published in: on July 5, 2014 at 1:49 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. The presumption is made that the words written in law are defined using English language dictionaries when that is not exactly true. For example one of the definitions of the word, “people” is the STATE, therefore when men who rule over us are able to make the claim that they do what they do to protect the people, they are referring to themselves and not us. We–the men and women of Maine are not defined as people in their law, but as Persons which is defined as a corporation.

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