Judge Anna von Reitz
25 million Americans are in jail tonight.
On a percentage basis, that is a wildly larger percentage of our population than any other major country on Earth.
The majority of these Americans are in jail for non-violent white collar crimes like kiting checks (—-why don’t they arrest the Federal Reserve for doing the same thing?), marijuana use, abuse of prescription drugs, alcoholism, mental and emotional illness, trespass, homelessness, vagrancy, and thought crimes.
Virtually all of these are “victimless” crimes.
And probably 95% of these people aren’t actually federal territorial or municipal citizens. They aren’t actually subject to statutory law or municipal legislation, but they have been kidnapped and solicited and human trafficked into the foreign jurisdictions, summoned, enticed, railroaded, and prosecuted under false legal presumptions —-for one reason: profit.
The vermin responsible make big bucks charging us thousands of dollars per month to keep each one of these people in jail. Six dollars for an aspirin.
Reminds me of the solid gold toilet seats the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE was requisitioning for certain generals a few years back.
For starters, these foreign courts make $25,000 per misdemeanor they bring in, and over a million for every felony, guaranteed. Some felonies fetch as much as $25 million per charge. Let’s just say that these teams of privateers operating under color of law are “highly motivated” to arrest people on any pretext at all.
The only crime that prosecutors are supposed to address in our system are cases of murder or disability wherein the injured party literally cannot speak for themselves.
And it is well-established Federal Law that the “federated” State of State Courts should be following, too, that attorneys are not allowed to act as injured parties or give testimony concerning events and circumstance they have no direct first-hand knowledge of (see Trinsey v, Pagliaro).
So how is it that every day and in every one of these courts in America, attorneys are acting as injured parties, being allowed to enter testimony as witnesses to events they never saw or heard, and otherwise trample on any standard of evidence and Due Process?
There’s our ignorance, for sure. There’s their shamelessness for another. But most of all, it’s because we don’t call them on it. We don’t object.
So let’s object to both their theory and their practice and their “prisons for profit”.
Here’s what is going on in Colorado, known in some circles as “Corruptorado”.
Prisoners are being forced to work for 75 cents a day. If they object, they are punished with solitary confinement, loss of phone privileges, and other nasty coercive tactics designed to force peonage and de facto slavery on the victims.
The company running the prison kitchen services in Colorado is Trinity Services Group, Inc., which has its home office in Oldsman, Florida 34677. Trinity Services Group, Inc., is in turn owned by a British company — Compass Group, PLC.
No surprises there, eh? Had to be the Brits at the bottom of the dog pile. Complete — as it happens — with their legendary hypocrisy in full view, because according to the Compass Services, PLC, website, they clearly state:
Re: Modern Slavery Act of 2015, Section 54— “Our policy in respect of slavery and human trafficking is to eliminate both from our business and from our supply chain.”
Pretty rich, coming from an organization chartered by a Government that deliberately entraps and trafficks innocent Americans into their foreign jurisdiction?
And a company employing subcontractors that enforce peonage on Colorado prisoners, punishing them when they refuse to work for a whopping seventy-five cents a day?
They also list this among their company standards: “Employment is freely chosen.”
Tell that to prisoners in Colorado.
The address for Compass Group, PLC is:
Despite the Modern Slavery Act of 2015, despite Britain’s signature on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, despite the 13th Amendment to the Territorial United States Constitution “abolishing” slavery, and the 1926 international prohibitions against both peonage and slavery—– there they are, still at it.
Still promoting, using, abusing, allowing —- and profiting from peonage and slavery of prisoners.
Read the 13th and 14th Amendments to their corporate constitution — which was never approved by the States of the Union or the people of the Several States. Read it carefully.
Slavery was abolished except for “criminals”. That is, instead of actually abolishing slavery, they enshrined slavery and made it a permanent institution.
So, World, what do you say? Time to turn up the heat and send a blast of dragon-breath-like indignation up the tubes of Compass Group, PLC? Shall we ask their Board of Directors if they would care to work in a cockroach-infested grease-coated slime-pit of a kitchen for seventy-five cents a day?
Shall we tell them how we feel about being charged an average of $6000 a day, all told, per prisoner, for the “service” of incarcerating our people for regulatory infractions that don’t by any stretch of the imagination actually apply to them?
And then let’s light up all the Bright Lights on Capitol Hill and give them all a taste of our spleen.
For a couple dollars, a piece of paper, an envelope, and some ink, writing a few nasty letters in behalf of our prisoners will be the most therapeutic thing you do for yourself all week.