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  1. Daniel-M:Furesz Secured Party Creditor on May 6, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    I am wondering how does this fit in with persons on Parole. Parole claims they have a right to search your phone and or laptop and computers. The fact is that Parole and anyone on Megan’s law is dealing with a corrupt under color of law government agencies because both of these situations are illegal and unconstitutional and the government and or their so called Police men which are nothing more then Policy men have no authority and or jurisdiction due to the fact that these are both in violation of the state and federal ex-post facto rulings of the US Supreme Court the highest court of the land. People forget that you have a Right to Travel You have a Right to Vote according to the 15th amendment which says nothing about except if you are on Parole. No state or alphabet agency can make or convert an absolute right into a crime or privilege. It is time we wake up people and read out constitution and understand the real substantive Positive law and not the Under Color of Law you are being fed which is no law at all. Miller v. United States makes this clear and any law that is made that is repugnant to the US Constitution does not have to be obeyed and can not be enforced according to Marbury v. Madison and that law has never been repealed or defeated when it comes to your rights being violated by tyrannical government. The only gun permit you need is the 2nd amendment no license to carry is necessary and this is backed up by the “1902 Dick Act” where congressman Dick made it law that any laws attempting gun control after its sanction by Congress is null and void. I am the Daniel M. Furesz U.S.A.F. Retired W-1 licensed NJ. Notary Public and Private Attorney General under authority of the United States Code Title 42 section 88 and paragraphs 241 & 242.

    • Sovereign Filings on May 9, 2019 at 9:02 am

      They most likely get away with it under the constitution that nothing shall hinder contracts. Parole is a contract.

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