Keep the following in both
your home and vehicles!

If most people only knew a few of the following 14 questions, then police, other public servants in authority, and citizens themselves would likely act better…   There is no better “watchdog agency” than citizens themselves!

Below, in yellow, are 14 questions to ask “authorities.”  They belong in both homes and vehicle glove compartments for those “times” when you may feel like you’re being “rolled over” by the government.  (Calling 911, to make sure that your questions to the “authorities” are recorded, is also a wise option to consider.)

The 14 Questions to ask Public Servants
before proceeding with them.

Remember “Psychology 101″ – Every human that comes in contact with you has an AGENDA….  That AGENDA is either good for you or bad for you.  If it is a public official, you must assume that it is bad for you.

THE LAW IS WHAT (1) PROTECTS YOU AS A PRIVATE PERSON AND (2) WHAT BINDS THE PUBLIC SERVANTS AND PUNISHES THEM WHEN THEY TRY TO CROSS THE LINE!

START RECORDING!!!!!  DON’T ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS!!!  YOU ASK QUESTIONS!

SAY: “Before we continue, I do need a couple of items clarified:”

1. What is your name and your employee number?

2. What is your official job title?

3. Are you in your official capacity at this moment?

4. Do you have a certified/notarized copy of your Oath of Office (as required pursuant to your state Articles/Statutes) which I may scrutinize?

5. Do you have a faith surety bond or any bond required of you to ensure your faithful performance of your duties, which I may scrutinize?  Do you have any identifying information, policy numbers, and/or contacts that can provide further bonding information about you?

6. Are you required to uphold my rights specific to the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 14th Amendments as required by the united States Constitution, clearly established law, and your Oath of Office?

7. If you intend to question me, do you have a “release of liability from incrimination form” or the equivalent with you that I may review and sign?

8. Am I required or compelled by any law to answer any questions that you ask?

9. If yes, will you please cite the law?

10. In this meeting, is anything I say something that “Can and will be used against me in a court of law?”

11. Am I being detained?  For what?  Am I free to go?

12. Has someone accused me of committing a crime?

13. Is there a sworn affidavit submitted on file from anyone alleging that I have caused them an injury?

14. Is there any constitutionally compliant warrant for summons issued that grants you lawful authority to be here or keep me here?   May I have a copy?

Remember, lawsuits may be filed in Federal Court when government officials violate your rights.  File them by using Title 42 Section 1983 of the Federal U.S. Code.
;)
CLICK HERE for an example, from the US District Court
in Idaho, of how to file a FEDERAL lawsuit by yourself!
(Check other districts for similar information.)

*The 14 Questions were retrieved from www.WeStudyLaw.org in 2013.   Used with the permission of Fred and Nina Gutierrez of Las Vegas, NV.