THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA CORPORATION AVOIDS ANSWERING A LAWFUL CLAIM BY SILENCING THE CLAIMANT!
By AL Whitney © copyround 2015
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This year law expert Thomas Deegan and two other West Virginians, Phil Hudok and Gene Stalnaker, filed a complaint against the STATE OF WEST VIRGINA de facto corporate government for falsely portraying itself as legitimate. Both their procedural knowledge and documentation were impeccable. They were heralded by many as brilliant and brave. In fact a law professor of the University of New Hampshire stated that their case was the “Holy Grail”.
Before anyone accuses Thomas Deegan of any wrong doing, they need to watch the video he made explaining his legal actions. He proves without any doubt that the so-called ‘government’ is really a complex of corporations ‘doing business’.
Unfortunately the corrupt de facto government (who has control of our courts and our mind controlled so-called law enforcers) had Tom arrested late Wednesday night (Sep 23rd) as a “sovereign citizen” for “threats of terrorist acts”. Since there is no such thing as a “sovereign citizen”, it is obvious the corporation calling itself our government is doing everything they can to maintain their unlawful status quo. In fact, it was the crooks who created the FBI in the first place, who had the unlawful agency send out a notice in 2010 classifying “sovereign citizens” as terrorists. Folks forget that the FBI functions outside the construct of the Constitution.
Here is how the propaganda press of WSAZ News Channel spun the story:
Man Charged with Threatening to Overtake W.Va. State Capitol
Posted: Thu 11:24 AM, Sep 24, 2015
By: WSAZ News Staff
WOOD COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) — A Wood County man has been charged with threats of terroristic acts after allegedly making a plan to take over the State Capitol in West Virginia.
The arrest has called for extra security measures to be taken at the State Capitol in Charleston Thursday, according to state officials.
According to the criminal complaint, Thomas Deegan, 39, of Mineral Wells, is a self proclaimed Sovereign Citizen, who made several conference calls this month, and stated his plan to take over the government.
During the calls, West Virginia State Police say Deegan solicited help in removing multiple West Virginia politicians from their offices in Charleston. He claimed that following their removal, their offices would be assumed by members of the Sovereign Citizen movement, and the officials would be charged with crimes like treason.
Investigators say Deegan made statements that court hearings would be held for the officials and if they were convicted of treason, their punishment would be death.
According to the complaint, Deegan said West Virginia would be the foot-hold for the Sovereign movement to take back the United States.
He allegedly told people wishing to participate that on September 24, go to the West Virginia State Capitol, West Virginia State Police Office, Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office and West Virginia National Guard Facilities in Kanawha County.
Investigators say Deegan suggested in order to accommodate lodging for all people coming for the movement, that local hotels would be overtaken and compensated after the movement had secured the state. He said the form of compensation would be according to the laws of the Sovereign union.
According to the complaint, he suggested that “any resistance to combat law enforcement or military personnel should be met with gunfire if necessary.”
Investigators say Deegan stated, “We are at war” and “The more bodies that come to Charleston, the less likely for bloodshed.” He allegedly said he did not want to have shots fired, but will fire upon opposition forces if necessary, according to the complaint.
When Deegan was asked if the police would support them, he allegedly responded, “If you see the police coming and pulling up in a vehicle, I suggest you shoot them,” according to the complaint.
Deegan was arrested late Wednesday night. He is being charged with threats of terroristic acts and is being held on $300,000 cash bail.
Lawrence Messina, with the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety released the following statement:
“State officials became aware of information being circulated through social media, and have since taken appropriate steps to ensure the safety of public employees, national guard personnel, law enforcement personnel, and visitors of such facilities at the state capitol grounds.”