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Absolute fear is the motivation. The Attorney General and a host of Delaware politicians and government employees are terrified of one lone sheriff.
Sheriff Jeffrey Christopher believes that sheriffs do have the power to arrest and always have had that power. Here, you will learn that he is correct.
New Castle County Sheriff Trinidad Navarro is a liar, a coward and a traitor.
Kent County Sheriff Norman Wood is a liar, a coward and a traitor.
Georgetown Delaware Chief of Police William Topping is a liar, a coward and a traitor.
Any other government employees that say a sheriff has no arrest powers or wants to eliminate those powers is a liar, a coward and a traitor.
They are playing a treasonous game to try to eliminate the arrest powers of a sheriff because, right now, today or tomorrow morning, any Delaware Sheriff has grounds to arrest the Attorney General and some of the legislators of Delaware for Fraud, Sedition and Treason, because of Biden’s and your legislators attempt to circumvent the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Delaware and lying about it. That is deadly business and they know it. That is why they must get rid of the sheriffs.
Sheriffs are employed by the voters, citizens of their county, charged with the duty to support and defend the Constitutions of America and the State of Delaware. They can and should arrest anyone, government employee or otherwise, who attempts to violate those constitutions.
Your sheriff can arrest an FBI agent, DEA agent, IRS agent, any State Trooper, the Georgetown Chief of Police or any government employee if he is breaking the law in your county. Go to google.com and type in …sheriffs resist the federal government. All over the country, sheriffs are telling federal agents to pack sand.
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This explains the power of your sheriff: (Oregon Sheriff Gil Gilbertson Gives Federal Agents The Boot: Feds Have No Jurisdiction!)
This is an excellent 8 minute video on (the movement of Sheriffs to take back America.) That is what Biden and his co-conspirators are afraid of.
The City police wouldn’t even dream of risking their career and paycheck by arresting a corrupt mayor. A State trooper is too much of a coward to put his career on the line by trying to arrest a corrupt politician or government worker. His supervisor doesn’t want to lose his job and the head bosses of the Delaware State Police will not risk losing their cushy jobs, their pensions and their power. ALL law enforcement officers in the State of Delaware are sufficiently bribed and cowed to do what they are told, “Or else.”
Who’s going to fire a sheriff for doing the job that cops don’t want to do? The only people who can fire him are the citizens of his county. The only reason they are going to fire him is because he abuses them or refuses to protect them from the criminals.
Truthfully, if Sheriff Jeffrey Christopher went on a sweep and arrested every crooked politician with his hand in the cookie jar, Beau Biden would have to close his windows to not hear the cheering coming from the citizens down in Sussex County.
Nobody likes crooked government employees. The Sheriff is the only law enforcement officer who can actually arrest those thieves and not worry about losing his job, benefits and pensions, like very other person carrying a badge and a gun in the State.
Of course a crooked government has to get a crooked Attorney General to wipe out the Sheriffs. Sheriffs are the only effective enemy a crooked politician has.
2,000 years ago, a man respected by 70% of Americans, made these statements: “Woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers. Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered.”
For all the church leaders reading this and want to tell their congregation that Jesus never said that, look it up. All I will tell you is, you can find it in the book of Luke.
For all the lawyers who will refuse to believe it, you’re no different than hundreds of lawyers I have told that to and refused to confirm it……just like Jesus said you wouldn’t.
Here, I will prove to you that nothing has changed in 2,000 years.
The Sheriff of Sussex County and the other two Sheriffs have the legal and constitutional Right to convene a Common Law Grand Jury, composed of Sussex county citizens at 9am, totally apart from the State’s oversight. It is NONE of the State’s business.
Once the Grand Jury begins to hear the evidence, the Sheriff can go outside and deputize 200 citizens. They can drive to Wilmington and when they arrive, make a call to the Grand Jury and ask if an indictment has been given against Biden. If the answer is “Yes”, the Sheriff can then proceed to the location of Biden and arrest him and transport him to the Sussex County jail and incarcerate him until trial. Anybody, including State Police who interfere, will do so at their own risk.
Then the Sheriff can convene a Common Law trial with a citizen jury, without a judge or prosecutor allowed. If that trial finds Biden guilty of Sedition or Treason, the Sheriff can apply whatever penalty that jury determines, up to, hanging by the neck until dead, one Beau Biden.
It is all legal and completely in standing with the United States Constitution and the Delaware Constitution. We have over 300 years of precedence in Delaware to support that action against corrupt government employees.
He ruled in the case of United States vs. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 48 (1992):
“Rooted in long centuries of Anglo-American history, Hannah v. Larche, 363 US 420, 490 (1960) with J. Frankfurter concurring in result, the Grand Jury is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but not in the body of the Constitution. It has not been textually assigned, therefore, to any of the three branches described in the first three Articles. It is a constitutional fixture in its own right.”
“In fact, the whole theory of it’s foundation is that it belongs to no branch of the institutional Government, serving as a kind of buffer or referee between Government and the people. Although the Grand Jury normally operates, of course, in the courthouse and under judicial auspices, it’s institutional relationship with the Judicial branch has traditionally been, so to speak, at arm’s length. Judges direct involvement in the Grand Jury has generally been confined to the constitutive one of calling the Grand Jurors together and administering their oath of office”.
And in an article in the Creighton Law Review, Volume 33. number 4, 1999-2000, Roger Roots, Juris Doctorate wrote:
“In addition to its traditional role of screening criminal cases for prosecution, common law grand juries had the power to exclude prosecutors from their presence at any time and to investigate public officials without government influence. These fundamental powers allowed grand juries to serve a vital function of oversight upon the government. The function of a grand jury to ferret out government corruption was the primary purpose of the grand jury system in ages past.”
After Biden’s body is cut down, the Sheriff can lead his deputies to arrest every legislator who supported Biden’s Treasonous act and prosecute them the same way and hang every one of them. And the “State” has nothing to say about it. The State is the citizen’s of Delaware. Politicians, judges, Attorney General and his deputy attorneys are nothing more than part time employees of the citizens.
And they make a heck of a lot of money lying to you.
852 of your Delaware government employees make over $100,000 a year. Look at (salaries of Delaware state employees) .
Compare their salary to your at the (Delaware per capita personal income.)
The State of Delaware, like most nations on Earth, recognizes the citizen’s Right to make arrests against law breakers. Citizen’s arrest is as old as cave men. Figure it out: What came first? People or lawyers? People or cops? People or judges? It is not rocket science. It is just that you have been lied to for so long that you’ve been trained to believe a lie.
The 1987 Delaware Attorney General’s office issued an opinion written by State prosecutor Eugene Hall and Deputy Attorney General Peggy Hanrahan, which the Attorney General, Charles B. Oberly III, signed off on, giving his approval, regarding the powers of arrest that security guards may have. You can see it here: (Attorney General Oberly citizens arrest in Delaware) On that site, scroll down to see the Attorney General’s answer to the letter.
In that opinion, the Delaware Attorney General’s office said, “We conclude: 1. Private security guards only have the same common law power of arrests as private citizens, 2) security guards can detain individuals pursuant to 11 Del. C 840, 3) some hot pursuit may be permissible under the common law but it is not advisable and 4) their [private security guards] investigation and interrogations are limited by 24 Del. C. 1301. There is no statute in Delaware regulating the arrest powers of private citizens.”
In 1964 in the case of State vs Hodgson, Del. Super, 200 A.2d. 567, the court stated: “at common law a private citizen could make an arrest without a warrant for an offense committed in his presence which amounted to a breach of a peace…or which threatened a breach of a peace”
Attorney General Oberly further stated, “As a private citizen, the security guard can make arrests for breaches of the peace or threats of such breaches. A breach of the peace is defined as, a public offense done by violence, or one causing or likely to cause an immediate disturbance of public order. The necessity for prompt on the spot action in suppressing and preventing disturbances of the public peace justifies arrest without warrant in cases involving a breach of the peace.”
“Examples of breach of the peace include, 1) an affray or an assault, 2) disorderly conduct. 3) a refusal to depart premises and 4) swearing at another. At common law the arrest power included the power to detain the individual.
A sheriff is classified as a “Conservator of the Peace”, under Article 15 of the Delaware Constitution, written in 1831, it says:
ARTICLE XV. MISCELLANEOUS §l. Conservators of the peace.
Section l. The Chancellor, Judges and Attorney General shall be conservators of the peace throughout the State; and the Sheriffs shall be conservators of the peace within the counties respectively in which they reside.
In the recent opinion from the Attorney General’s office, which was NOT signed by and approved by Biden, probably because he does know it is treason, we see State Solicitor
Mr. Lawrence W. Lewis stating, “The Constitution does not define the powers of a “conservator” of the peace,” and dictionary definitions offer little guidance”.
Well Larry, here’s what they must have left out at your law school: The constitution is not a dictionary. The constitution was written by men who wrongly assumed that lawyers in the future would #1. Know how to read, and #2. Know how to look up big words in a dictionary. And #3. Not be getting their legal instruction from watching COPS and CSI.
He says the “conservator of the peace has never been defined” That“dictionaries offer little guidance. See Black’s Law Dictionary (rev. 4thed. 1968 at 368″
Lawrence W. Lewis is a blatant liar. By association, so is Beau Biden. I did look it up in Black’s, Larry.
Jesus was referring to the “Beau and Larry Show” when he said, “Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered.”
By the way, Lawrence Lewis gets paid $119,000 a year to lie to you.
Here is the text from Black’s Law dictionary that Beau and Larry are hindering you from seeing. Notice the 3rd sentence says: “Their duties were to prevent and arrest for breaches of the peace,”
Here we go to Black’s Law Dictionary (rev. 4th ed. 1968 at 368, the same one that Larry could not find a definition in: CONSERVATORS OF THE PEACE. Officers authorized to preserve and maintain the public peace. In England, these officers were locally elected by the people until the reign of Edward III, when their appointment was vested in the king. Their duties were to prevent and arrest for breaches of the peace,but they had no power to arraign and try the offender until about 1360, when this authority was given to them by act of parliament, and “then they acquired the more honorable appellation of justices of the peace.” 1 Bl. Comm. 351.
Even after this time, however, many public officers were styled “conservators of the peace,” not as a distinct office but by virtue of the duties and authorities pertaining to their offices. In this sense the term may include the king himself, the lord chancellor, justices of the king’s bench, master of the rolls, coroners, sheriffs, constables, etc. 1 Bl. Comm. 350. See Smith v. Abbott, 17 N.J.L. 358. In Texas, the constitution provides that county judges shall be conservators of the peace. Const. Tex. Art. 4, § 15; Jones v. State, Tex. Cr. App. 65 S.W. 92. The Constitution of Delaware (1831) provides that: “The members of the senate and house of representatives. the chancellor, the judges, and the attorney-general shall, by virtue of their offices, be conservators of the peace throughout the state; and the treasurer, secretary, and prothonotaries, registers, recorders, sheriffs, and coroners, shall, by virtue of their offices, be conservators thereof within the counties respectively in which they reside. [Black’s Law Dictionary (rev’d. 4th ed.) (1968), p. 378 (emphasis added).]
And, THAT, is the key of knowledge that Lawrence W. Lewis and Joseph R. Biden, III have intentionally kept you and hindered you from learning.
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“All I ever wanted was to be a cop. And to be Sheriff in my hometown was a dream come true. But some other things happened that brought me to the point of suing the federal government,” former Sheriff Richard Mack told the crowd of Cincinnati 9/12ers and other listeners that had gathered at Lakota East Freshman Campus Auditorium on Thursday night. Many people still refer to him as “Sheriff” as a way of expressing respect.
Sheriff Mack’s story is an amazing journey that brought him to the realization that being a cop isn’t about writing tickets and being a tax collector and revenue agent — it’s about keeping the peace. His journey includes studying to be an FBI agent in Utah where he lived with his wife and, at the time, their only child, a baby boy. He worked his way through college as a part-time “meter-maid,” was hired as a full-time police officer, and later became an undercover cop. That particular position was one that he and his wife strongly disliked because it was especially hard on them as a family. The nature of the work kept them apart for 4-5 days at a time, even preventing him from being able to call home and speak to her. He confided that it was likely much harder on her because of the stress and burden of knowing that he was out there with x-cons, drug dealers and street gangs. He said that it also taught him a lot about the drug war, the drug culture, and brought him to a place of questioning all of it, which led him to conclude that it’s actually unconstitutional and that he couldn’t support it.
He was later assigned back to patrol. On one particular day on a relatively quiet street where he was writing tickets and in a marked car, he witnessed a driver with three misbehaving children blow right past him and run a stop sign. By the time the lady saw him, she knew she had been caught and just automatically pulled over. From his cruiser, Mack could see her throw her arms up as if to say, “What else could go wrong today?”
As he was getting out of his cruiser, her weary arm was draped out of the car window with her license and registration in hand — just waiting in surrender.
Mack’s initial thoughts were, This is going to be easy! She’s not making any excuses, she’s not crying, this lady is just in no-wheres-ville.
Upon reaching her vehicle, he noticed that her depressed, dejected and discouraged eyes continued to stare into the distance. And as he was getting ready to hand her the ticket, he paused. She was driving a deteriorating Datsun that couldn’t possibly have been worth even $350 dollars. He glimpsed at the kids, and back at the lady. Then he looked at himself.
Mack said it was the most penetrating day that he’d ever felt in his life as he asked himself, Mack, is there anything that you’re doing here that’s helping this family? Is there anything that you’re doing here that’s making this city a better place to live? Is there anything you’re doing that’s bringing honor to the badge that you wear on your chest?
He told the crowd that he knew the answer to all those questions, and that it made him more depressed than the lady.
Mack took the ticket and walked back to his car without ever saying a word to her: “Because I was too engrossed and enveloped in my own shame,” he said. “I didn’t want to give her a chance to thank me for not giving her that ticket. That would have only exacerbated my shame and there was no thanks deserved for what I had become; a by-the-numbers jerk.”
After tearing up the ticket and properly disposing of it, he said that he did the rest of his shift that night without writing any more tickets – wondering why he was a cop.
The next day he arrived at work early and went to the city clerk’s office, not really knowing why at first. A vague memory of taking an oath of office when he first took the job popped into his mind. He verified his memory of the oath with the clerk and she confirmed it, making a quick copy of the oath and handing it to him before he could even ask.
He read it, said he became more depressed than the day before and realized that he was a liar and a hypocrite. When he took the job, his motivation was that he thought it would be fun, exciting and exhilarating – especially when you’re in high speed pursuits. “Those are probably the biggest adrenalin rushes I’ve ever felt,” he admitted. But he didn’t want to be that person anymore and was ready to quit without even a 2 week notice. While walking to the Chief’s office and ready to hand in his badge, thoughts of what his wife might say came to mind. Not being able to pay the bills because he had decided that he is a liar and a hypocrite would never fly. He decided she’d tell him just to stop being a liar and a hypocrite. That even seemed like the better plan. So he decided not to quit and began reading the Constitution whenever he had the time available, studying how it worked together with his oath of office and state sovereignty.
Not too long after that, a seminar was offered entitled, “Constitutional Studies for Law Enforcement Officers.” The name of the instructor was W.Cleon Skousen. Today, many know him as the author of the book The 5000 Year Leap, very popular among Tea Partiers and 9/12 groups. But the material used in the seminar Mack attended was Skousen’s then popular book, The Making of America. 240 cops attended.
Mack said that while he was there, “I made a promise to myself that I would never be on the wrong side again.” During that time, he said that he also came to realize that “the Constitution is inspired by God Almighty, and these Founding Fathers were inspired by God Almighty.”
Then Mack challenged the audience, “Wouldn’t it be miraculous for us all in this room tonight, and for all Americans if we actually had local leaders and state leaders (who would do this), because we know we’re never going to get federal leaders to do this, but Governors, State Reps, State Senators, County Commissioners, and Sheriffs especially, who will actually keep their oath of office? Do you see the miracles here? Do you see what would happen? Where Sheriffs would actually have a departmental meeting, talking to all their deputies and saying, ‘What can we do to make sure we’re following the Bill of Rights? And show me your pocket Constitution where the action you took with that citizen is constitutionally allowed. And that would get everyone concentrating on one thing in the judicial, executive and legislative branches…the Constitution. Because if we do, the people get back their freedom.”
Mack’s promise to himself to never be on the wrong side was put to the test with the Clinton administration’s insistence that the Brady bill be enforced. Mack was directly affected because he was a Sheriff in Arizona at the time, saw the bill as unconstitutional, and decided to sue the Clinton administration rather than break his oath: an oath he swore to the people of Arizona in the sight of God Almighty. By God’s grace, he won that case. He goes into some detail about that in his book, The County Sheriff: America’s Last Hope, and also offers valuable insights into the freedoms that America’s Constitution extends to “We the People.” His book can be purchased at
Sheriff Mack graciously agreed to an interview with Examiner.com on the issue of state sovereignty. Here are some of the highlights:
Examiner: Are you familiar with the executive order that Obama signed (on January 11) which includes his appointing of 10 State Governors who will meet with the Secretary of Defense and other departments to discuss matters of mutual interest pertaining to the National Guard, homeland defense, and Civil support activities?
Sheriff Mack: Yes.
Examiner: I know this is an executive order, but isn’t there something about this council of governors, or its functions, that is unconstitutional?
Sheriff Mack: They can get together if they want and talk about areas of mutual concern, but it sounds to me more like Obama is trying to get them on his side to make sure they by-pass state sovereignty issues that governors are being compelled to look at from their state Tea Party organizations.
Really, the Tea Party Organizations are about state sovereignty and following the constitution – something that the governors haven’t been doing for a long time, and the federal government hasn’t been doing for a long time.
Nobody is trusting any of these executive orders by Barak Obama right now, and the governors don’t have to participate. If they’re participating, it’s all on a volunteer basis, just like the states do not have to participate in nationalized healthcare. And the law suit that I filed against the Clinton administration states very clearly, “The state legislatures are not subject to federal direction.”
Examiner: What can American citizens do to fight something like this? It seems these 10 State Governors are stepping into matters beyond their own states?
Sheriff Mack: They are. The best things that citizens can do are to make sure that their governors know how they feel. They hear from the Tea Party groups (who have) changed history already. And right now, every state legislator, county legislator and county official, especially sheriffs, need to hear how their constituents feel…all (these officials) have sworn an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution.
Examiner: If a State Governor such as Ohio’s should refuse to enforce state sovereignty in relation to the healthcare bill and the cap and trade bill, do you know of any recourse that Ohio citizens would have if these bills would pass?
Sheriff Mack: Well first of all, the governor needs to know the truth about state sovereignty. That’s the first thing that we have a responsibility as citizens to do. Governor Strickland needs to look at the 10th amendment and the profound truth behind the power of the states. If the state of Ohio is indeed sovereign, like my Supreme Court’s decision said they are, and like the constitution says they are, and the Founding Fathers said we are, then his responsibility is to stand for Ohio. Not go along with Washington DC, not worry about following all the dictates of Washington D.C. so we (Ohio residents) keep the money, but stand for Ohio. That’s his job. And when you get the governors working hand-in-hand with the Sheriffs of the states, there’s no stopping the Tea Party Movement, there’s no stopping the principles of freedom that we will rediscover.
Examiner: There are a lot of states that are in financial trouble right now and they’ve been going to the federal government and basically asking for a bailout. How can a state government get some leverage in order to be able to enforce this stuff and not be manipulated by the federal government?
Sheriff Mack: Well first of all, you’re going to have to have some local officials and governors with some courage. The answer is simple. Implementing it is going to take some courage and some real know-how.
Let me tell you what Oklahoma is doing: I spoke before the Oklahoma State legislature about 3 weeks ago…and it’s being proposed that if the federal government gets mad at any particular state and they threaten to withhold funds, which is extortion – legalized extortion – we (the states) aren’t going to send you (the feds) any more money…taxes that (in this case) Oklahoma collects will be paid to Oklahoma city, and they will forward on to Washington DC what they think they ought to send…The richest state in the union will be the first state that will have the guts to do that.
Examiner: Even if a Sheriff realizes the depth of his or her authority, why would you say that he or she might be hesitant to choose to stand in that authority?
Sheriff Mack: Well I hope they’re not hesitant. I hope they learn their duty and learn their true power, and it comes with education and that’s what my book is all about, is educating citizens and Sheriffs alike with the proper role of the Sheriff. The Sheriff is the only elected law enforcement officer in the United States and in the country. He’s the only one that directly reports to the power source: the people…he has promised them (in his oath) that he would uphold and defend and protect their constitutional rights. So he has basically promised to be the people’s protector from the wolves. Doesn’t matter where the wolf comes from.
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