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THE WAR OF FEDERAL AGRESSION PART 2

 
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THE WAR OF FEDERAL AGRESSION PART 2
TO ALL, Last night, El Paso County Commissioner Sallie Clark notified me that the resolution below, had been accepted unanimously in Colorado Springs. This is the home of NorthCom and many military bases. Please read and if you agree send this to anyone associated with like county governments suggesting that this document be copied, or expounded upon to fit the county in question. This could easily become a national benefit to all if it goes viral. If you have any influence to promote it and feel it beneficial to do so, please, do it!

Bear in mind, the county sheriffs have the power to implement this over Federal mandate.

Best regards, Capn

Resolution to Preserve Habeas Corpus
and Civil Liberties

WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. §§ 30-10-101(1), 30-11-103, and 30-11-107, the Board of County Commissioners of El
Paso County, Colorado (“County” or “Board”), has the legislative authority to manage the concerns of the
County and to exercise such other and further powers as are conferred by law; and

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County, Colorado, opposes any and all rules, laws,
regulations, bill language or executive orders, which amount to an overreach of the federal government and
which effectively take away civil liberties; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with the Colorado State Constitution, Article 12, Section 8, all elected officials are mandated to
“take and subscribe an oath or affirmation to support the Constitution of the United States and of the State of
Colorado, and to faithfully perform the duties of the office upon which he shall be about to enter;” and the El
Paso County Commissioners subscribe to uphold this oath of office by the adoption of this Resolution, and

WHEREAS, the El Paso County Commissioners resolve that any rules, laws, regulations, bill language or executive order
going against Habeas corpus or the civil liberties of El Paso County citizens granted under the United States
Constitution and Bill of Rights are hereby declared to be invalid and shall not be recognized and are
specifically rejected and shall be considered null and void and of no effect. Therefore, intervention in
legislative issues are both appropriate and necessary to ensure that citizens have an opportunity to be heard
and represented.

WHEREAS, One of our most fundamental rights as American citizens is to be free from unreasonable detention without
due process of law, a right afforded to us by our Founding Fathers and guaranteed to us by over two
centuries of sacrifice by our men and women in the Armed Forces whom we daily recognize and honor; and
WHEREAS, Sections 1021 and 1022 (or any other wording as the bill is modified) of the 2011 United States Senate
National Defense Authorization Act, Bill Number SB1867, as proposed, provide that in limited circumstances,
an American citizen may be detained by our own United States government and by our Armed Forces, which
detention could last, without trial until the end of the hostilities currently authorized by the Authorization for
Use of Military Force; and

WHEREAS, Sections 1021 and 1022 (or any other wording as the bill is modified) of the National Defense Authorization
Bill, SB 1867, jeopardize the fundamental rights of American citizens to remain free from detention without
due process and the right to habeas corpus in direct contravention of the guarantees of the Bill of Rights and
the United States and Colorado Constitutions; and

WHEREAS, it is indisputable that the threat of homeland and international terrorism is both real and viable, and that the
full force of appropriate and constitutional law must be used to defeat this threat so that terror never wins;
however, winning the war against terror cannot come at the great expense of mitigating basic, fundamental,
constitutional rights using rules, laws, regulations, bill language or executive orders; and

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County, Colorado, wholeheartedly supports the United States
military and dutifully recognizes the importance of the National Defense Authorization Act, SB1867, as an
appropriations bill and as a bill necessary to support the efforts of our military to both serve and protect the
people of this great Nation with the exclusion of sections 1021 and 1022; and

WHEREAS, undermining our own Constitutional rights serves only to concede to the terrorists’ demands of changing the
fabric of what made the United States of America a country of freedom, liberty and opportunity; and

WHEREAS, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is in agreement with this resolution and the goals and purposes herein
stated and agrees to undertake all appropriate efforts to protect the constitutional rights of all citizens; and

BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County, Colorado, is in opposition to Sections 1021 and 1022
of the United States Senate National Defense Authorization Act, and does hereby support the Colorado
Constitution and the Constitution of the United States of America and all the freedoms and guarantees as
guaranteed by our Founding Fathers and as provided by the brave efforts of the members of our Armed
Forces

DONE THIS 15th day of December, 2011, at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO
_____________________________________
Amy Lathen, Chair
_____________________________________
Sallie Clark, Vice Chair
_____________________________________
Dennis Hisey, Member
_____________________________________
Darryl Glenn, Member
_____________________________________
Peggy Littleton, Member
ATTEST:
_______________________________
Wayne W. Williams
County Clerk and Recorder

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