Rev Dr Jude

Criminal Civil Rights Violations
November 24, 2015, 8:04 pm
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Criminal Civil Rights Violations

I was filling out my third form for the American Civil Liberties Union. They asked how were my rights violated. I thought I better do some research before I write my answer to that question. I’m really glad I did. Up until now there was just a real bad feeling about the subject of my lawsuit. After my petition asking the Supreme Court for protection was denied I began wondering if my appeal would be too. Now I know why I must continue going forward with it. Now I understand why the good ole boy club is fighting me so hard. So, what are civil rights and how were mine violated?
Civil Rights are personal liberties belonging to an individual owing to her status as a resident of a community; like the one I lived in rural Newton County Arkansas. Civil Rights legislation applies when the personal preferences and prejudices of an individual, business or government interfere with protected rights of others. This is like the good ole boy club trying to run me out of my community by taking away my home. Civil Rights laws make it illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap or national origin. Discrimination that interferes with equality of opportunity in housing is illegal. I am a Rainbow Sufi, woman, senior receiving $700/month Social Security Disability, and now homeless.
My Life Estate and non-profit corporation give me certain privileges and immunities encompassing all rights of individuals that relate to people, places, real and personal property. Privileges include all the legal benefits of living in the United Sates such as freedom to rent or sell land and freedom to attempt to recover a business investment. See, I invested my $55,000 inheritance from my mom into the Life Estate and non-profit. Immunities are the protections guaranteed by law to prevent the government and other people from hindering another’s enjoyment of her life. Such as having the sheriff come unannounced to remove me physically, by force if necessary, from my home on Labor Day of this year at 3 pm.
Let’s look at a little bit of history! The Life Estate was instituted before the Civil War. After the Civil War new laws were necessary for the purpose of extending liberties to former slaves. The Life Estate had previously meant the recipient could live there the rest of her life. This was determined after the Civil War to be “Indentured Servitude” and therefore the Life Estate was changed to mean the recipient is entitled to all rights and privileges of property ownership. For example, it is clearly illegal for the giver of my Life Estate to tell any employee of mine to leave my property.
In 1865 the 13th Amendment to the Constitution made slavery and other forms of involuntary servitude unlawful. In 1886 the 14th Amendment to the Constitution allows all US citizens Due Process of Law. This means legal proceedings are fair. One is given notice of proceedings and opportunity to be heard before the government acts to take away one’s life, liberty or property. Due Process is also a constitutional guarantee that the law shall not be unreasonable, arbitrary or capricious. I had to look that up. Capricious means given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior. This is like the judge accepting all my evidence and sustaining all my objections in the hearing; then 9 months later making such as capricious and brutal judgement as to have me evicted from my home.
The 14th Amendment is also a constitutional guarantee of Equal Protection. No person or class of person shall be denied the same protection of the laws that are enjoyed by other persons in like circumstances, in their lives, liberty, property and pursuit of happiness. This means that a member of the good ole boy club does not have any more legal power, pull or sway than I do.
The 13th and 14th Amendments allowed for the first Civil Rights laws. These were 1) EQUAL RIGHTS. 2) Equal rights to own, inherit, rent, purchase and sell real property including personal. I was surprised by the title of the third. 3) The Ku Klux Klan Act of 1872 provides citizens the right to bring civil action for violations of protected rights. Criminal Civil Rights violations refer to an offence that occurs as a result of force, including hate crimes, migrant worker exploitation, law enforcement misconduct, religious interference, or terroristic threatening.
The most recent law resulting from the 13th and 14th Amendments is called Affirmative Action. It enforces sex classifications when necessary to correct past discriminatory patterns. Arkansas is a stronghold of the KKK to this day and continues NOT to grant the Equal Rights Amendment for woman. As a lifelong feminist I am prepared to stick up for myself against the good ole boy system and its renowned judicial corruption in Newton and Boone Counties. I am inspired that not only am I due substantial compensation for my damages; but that my case will set a precedent for women and minorities in Arkansas.