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posted ago by sourcesPlease ago by sourcesPlease +407 / -1

I just watched a video that claims that all of our elected leaders are personally bonded.

If this is true, we now have the leverage to end this for good.

Here’s the link to the site:

https://bondsforthewin.com/

Dig, U.S. frens, DIG! If this is legit, it is the true MOAB because it makes these leaders personally liable for the damage they’ve done… including financially.

EDIT: Just going to start dumping info. Please feel free to contribute.

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sourcesPlease [S] 54 points ago +54 / -0

As employees of the government, public officials are required to take the oath of office and have a SURETY BONDED to serve the PEOPLE.

Consequently, they are required to be bonded as a way to hold them FINANCIALLY accountable for their actions.

A Public Official Surety Bond is a written agreement to guarantee their compliance to uphold the law AND to perform their duties as a representative for the community they serve.

SO LET’S SAY…

The Public Official is NOT performing their duties for the community or they are enforcing mandates that are NOT laws upon the people.

ANYONE CAN:

Write a letter to the Public Official demanding a certified copy of their Surety Bond – every Public Official is required to provide this information by law. In some states you might be required to pay a small fee to obtain this copy.

Write a letter to the Public Official of intent to file against the Surety Bond. State in this letter what harm he/she has caused you or the community, what needs to be done to rectify the situation, and the timeline for rectification. You should also include the amount of money they will be liable for and an explanation of how Surety Bonds work.

If the Public Official does not stop or take the action(s) you request, you can put them on notice by submitting a “Color of Law” violation.

If this fails, you can write a claim against the Public Official’s Surety Bond. Depending on the laws of your state, more than one claim can be filed against a single bond holder. To submit this claim, simply write a letter to the company that holds the Surety Bond. State in this claim letter what harm the Public Official has caused you or the community. In some states the bonding company may require that you fill out a form.

What Happens Next?

Once you file the claim the Bond Company will inform the Public Official.

The Surety Company will then REQUIRE the Public Official to take care of the claim.

If the Public Official fails to take care of the claim the Surety Company will start an investigation to determine the claim’s validity.

If the Surety Company determines your claim is invalid no further actions will be taken. The Public Official will be liable for any costs the Surety company incurred during the investigation process.

If the claim is valid the company will contact the Public Official and remind them of their obligations under the bond. The Public Official can either:

Offer a resolution to the claim which will include compensating YOU for any financial loss or damages incurred. -OR- They can submit a defense to the claim.

If the Public Official fails to respond or resolve the claim the Surety Company will make a decision based upon the information and documentation that you provided for the claim. The Surety Company will then pay YOU for the claim. Once the Surety Company pays the claim they will go after the Public Official to reimburse the amount of the settlement and any legal costs associated with it.

Do We Have to Go To Court?

No, there is no need to go to court once you file a claim with the surety company. The surety company handles the claim and if needed, they will investigate the claim and pay you the damages. The Public Official is liable for all costs and the amount of the claim. Your claim cannot exceed the amount that is listed on the Surety Bond.

Keep in mind that once a claim is made, this does not immediately cancel the Surety Bond for the Public Official. According to the revised code of each state, more than one claim can be filed against a Public Official surety bond.

What Happens to the Public Official?

This depends on the Surety Bond Company. If there are too many complaints made against the bond or too many claims paid out they might cancel the bond. Once a bond has been cancelled it will be difficult for the Public Official to be bonded or licenced again by any other Surety Bond Company.

Public Officials are required by law to be bonded in order to hold office. If their bond has been cancelled and they are unable to obtain a new bond they will not be able to hold any public office.

How Does this Work in Our Favor?

If a Public Official is not performing his elected duties, these Surey Bonds give you, the public a chance to unseat them. This is one of the oldest laws on the books and it has been in effect since 1792.

The bond is a guarantee to We The People that Public Officials will not step outside the bounds of their office and enforce unlawful restrictions and laws on the public.

Does This Also Work for Businesses?

There are many types of surety bonds. The type of business will determine the type of bond the business must carry. Remember you can always request a copy of the company’s surety bond and read the provisions of the bond. Furthermore, there are different ways to file against other bonds and the surety bond company will supply you with this information upon request.

Note: In order to obtain and qualify for government contracts, employers must be licensed and bonded. Generally the amount of coverage is based on the amount of the contract with the government.

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hundro 12 points ago +12 / -0

Did you choose your user name or did it choose you? I've never seen one more appropriate. Very nice work you're doing here!

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Neverstoptrumping 9 points ago +9 / -0

Would a Health Officer fall into this?

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KickingPugilist 8 points ago +8 / -0

Health officer is just a fancy name for brownshirt.

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schiff_for_brains 3 points ago +3 / -0

For sure the nominated head of your state health department. Surety bonds are usually heald by positions elected or nominated. Generally not the rank and file low level employees that just follow orders.

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DJT4MoreYears 3 points ago +4 / -1

Unfortunately these Surety Bond companies are in the perfect position to take bribes. The govt agencies will use OUR TAX DOLLARS to bribe these bond companies to avoid any civil or criminal liability.

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Neverstoptrumping 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is my worry

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Mcmurdo32 2 points ago +2 / -0

Biden aiding and abetting illegal aliens with the secret flights immediately came to my mind.

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2EyesOpen 26 points ago +26 / -0

This works both ways. Consider that a hint to bond yourself.

Also, banks, agencies, boards, and even municipalities operate under chartered contract that is their 'bond', which can be changed or revoked at anytime by proper procedure by the proper bodies.

The School System is another. Its beginnings and the national banks are both tied into the story of Nicholas Biddle. Wiki has enough on him to make a start.

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sourcesPlease [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

That’s an interesting hint. I’m going to have to come back to it later, unless you’re willing to give me more than a hint. I’m quickly approaching my capacity due to the various projects I’m working on.

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2EyesOpen 12 points ago +12 / -0

Its actually something I'm looking into myself....as to how it is done by an individual to draw against social security, rather than my 'strawman account'.

My brother once bonded himself for (car) insurance purposes rather than pay a company. It's possible, I'm just not the legal expert to advise, sorry. Don't let that stop you from the task. I too will see what can be done in the future. Thanks for the reply.

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sourcesPlease [S] 10 points ago +10 / -0

Understood. Thank you for the extra context.

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Pbman 8 points ago +8 / -0

Makes sense, I can't see Warren buffet,paying allstate a hundred a month for 25,000 worth of liability.

He can self insure.

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schiff_for_brains 1 point ago +1 / -0

Warren Buffet has owned progressive insurance for a very long time.

Some states let you post collateral or other proof of financial solvency in lieu of insurance. A bond would essentially turn the insurance company into your personal line of credit, but you would have to pay them back. The insurance company guarantees you will make somebody whole for their loss, but you keep the risk.

A traditional insurance policy differs in that the insurance company assumes your liability in exchange for money. If the policy pays out they can’t come after you for the losses.

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Notmyfirsthandshake 6 points ago +6 / -0

Each state has their own surety bond companies that you can do a quick search and get more info if you're looking to get bonded. As for school boards, not every state requires a surety bond. Of course our state SC doesn't and now we are looking into what type of insurance these boards have to hold them accountable so we can kick the to the curb!

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schiff_for_brains 3 points ago +3 / -0

There may well be Directors and Officers liability coverage.

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Notmyfirsthandshake 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have to assume there is something like that.. We got our local mom's for liberty getting to the bottom of it.

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sgtnoodle 3 points ago +3 / -0

What would the benefit be for an individual to voluntarily bond themselves?

That makes me think of the movie, Oh, Brother, Where Art Thou? With the main character's wife being suited by a guy that's "bonafide".

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2EyesOpen 1 point ago +1 / -0

alternate to the strawman on your birth certificate

It's worth is the same as the worth of any bond.

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Thothbag 2 points ago +2 / -0

Can you elaborate thoroughly please? To the best of your ability

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2EyesOpen 2 points ago +2 / -0

https://www.wikihow.com/Become-Bonded

https://www.jwsuretybonds.com/edu/how-to-get-bonded-and-insured

https://www.suretybonds.com/edu/faqs/common-surety-bond-questions.html

It all depends on your personal situation/needs.

You may want to consult a reliable attorney.....whatever that is...lol.

I have a feeling the subject is going to go viral, so hang in there, things will surface no doubt. Meanwhile.....searches should produce decent answers. Hope that helps and good luck patriot.

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unemotioNOLE 2 points ago +3 / -1

The Birth Certificate is an unrevealed "Trust Instrument" originally designed for the children of the newly freed black slaves after the 14th Amendment.

The CESTUI QUE VIE Trust is an account you inherited due to the bankruptcy of the U.S. in 1933 and the subsequent ceasing of all the citizens gold, silver and other assets as collateral. This account contains millions of dollars in your name. The only problem is that the government and legal system failed to inform you about it and how to access your money. In the meantime, they are drawing down on it for their own personal use and as payment to the Vatican and the English crown.

“Our problem is that we have been kept ignorant as to what we can do, other than just complain.

But, I am telling you we have discovered how to access your Social Security Number Trust”

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sgtnoodle 2 points ago +2 / -0

That all sounds like nonsense though? It looks like you just copy/pasted most of that from a sketchy website. If bankers are moving around vast amounts of gold in secret using my birth certificate as legal tender, good for them I guess. To me, that sounds like something you would tell a desperate sucker in order to scam them out of their savings. "Ah ha, you figured out the right obscure government form to fill out in triplicate, here's your millions of dollars of secret birthright gold! Please don't tell anyone though, thanks!"

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unemotioNOLE 2 points ago +3 / -1

it was copy pasted as i dont feel like explaining in my own words. you dont have to believe it for it to be true. you asked for an explaination why? just so you can try to pick apart something you have no knowledge in? i gave you a way to search for answers and come to your own conclusion. but you dont want that you want to pick apart something you know nothing of wikthout researching anything yourself. good job, get someone else to spoon feed you

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sgtnoodle 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's the thing, though. Your response didn't explain anything. All you did was paste some seemingly incoherent ramblings. I indeed attempted to search for more information, found the bulk of your message on a sketchy website with a broken SSL certificate, read the whole page, and concluded that it's probably all nonsense. I thought it was especially strange that the website talked about its claims being fully sourced at the top, but didn't list any sources.

I would really appreciate hearing your explanation in your own words. Maybe then it would actually make sense? Or if you just want to believe I'm a hater that's too lazy to understand the genius of whatever it is you figured out, that's fine too. Either way, I wish you the best!

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Thothbag 1 point ago +1 / -0

Woah, that's crazy, any videos you could send me to? That's very interesting

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sourcesPlease [S] 21 points ago +21 / -0

One of the more fascinating claims is that these people are bonded against their oath of office, which includes an oath to uphold the Constitution - JUST LIKE THE MILITARY AND POLICE. Looking into that claim still. Anyone know anything?

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reveries_aquatiques 22 points ago +22 / -0

Incredible Interview: HOW ONE SINGLE MOM SAVED HER ENTIRE SCHOOL DISTRICT!

http://www.handsforhealthandfreedom.org/bonds-for-the-win-hold-your-local-school-law-enforcement-and-city-officials-accountable

Bonds for the Win - Hold Your Local School, Law Enforcement, and City Officials Accountable - Hands For Health And Freedom - January 25, 2022

Embedded VIDEO INTERVIEW (+ on youtube) >

[ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KdwaSIOFpE How One Mom SAVED her ENTIRE School District! Bonds for the WIN!! - YouTube - Jan 19, 2022

Our Great Awakening

Surety Bonds are required for every elected and appointed official throughout the United States - including, but not limited to State School Boards, Districts, Mayors, Sheriffs, and County Officials.’]


HOW ONE SINGLE MOM SAVED HER ENTIRE SCHOOL DISTRICT!

A mother named Violet with a 16-year-old boy who has autism begged the schools to let her son have an exemption.

They refused. When forced to wear the masks he became distraught and he harmed himself so badly that he had to be hospitalized in a mental institution.

Violet obtained the bond for the superintendent of her school district.

Turns out – The superintendent was carrying a $4 million liability per bond claim!!

So next Violet served the superintendent with a letter of intent to file a claim against her bond if she didn’t pull back the mask mandates, admit she was wrong, and resign within five days. The superintendent did nothing.

After day 6 Violet filed the claim against her at the bond company.

The very next day we have a recording from the lawyers who represent the district explaining that they have to get rid of the masks, all state and federal funding is BLOCKED, and the superintendent is on her own with regard to the $4 million claim!!!

They also put out a request for parent volunteers to substitute for teachers because their funding is CEASED due to an OPEN claim against them.

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Striker1 15 points ago +15 / -0

WOW!!! I honestly can not believe how much power we have when we look into the legal contracts. We surely have been blind. This is an amazing story. Thanks!

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gobby 9 points ago +9 / -0

The US Constitution is the power of the people and all that is required if people know it and apply it. It's shameful the lack of knowledge about the Constitution, which is the Supreme Law of our land and the 'operating manual' for how it's supposed to be governed.

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Thothbag 2 points ago +2 / -0

They've tried to keep the public ignorant of their power, legal rights and God given freedoms

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sourcesPlease [S] 19 points ago +19 / -0

So, there's a page called "It Only Takes 10 People" but that page does nothing to explain why 10 people are needed. In fact, it seems to suggest that only one person is needed.

First red flag. I've reached out to my state group to get clarification.

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MotherfuckinMAGA 7 points ago +7 / -0

Make sure to let us know, this is very interesting.

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Starseed 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well it also says when multiple claims are filed at once it can be devistating for the bond holder. So im assuming one claim might be able to be brushed away depending on the severity of the situation but 10 claims would be very overwhelming.

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OneNationUnderGod176 4 points ago +4 / -0

It kinda did... it said the more people file claims against a person's bond the worse it is for the person because the bond company will take away the bond and they will be refused to be bonded by any company if they have a lot of claims on their bond. it goes on to state that if a company or person looses their bond they are take out of business or office as a result because they must be bonded to be in that position etc.

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Neverstoptrumping 1 point ago +1 / -0

Once enough claims are filed against the surety bond the bond company will cancel his bond. This does not affect us. We will still be paid for all damages. If the Public Official surety bond is cancelled and he cannot obtain a new surety bond he is forced to step down. The Public Official cannot hold office if he cannot be bonded.

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sourcesPlease [S] 19 points ago +19 / -0

I love this because we don't have to go through the corrupt court system. When I tried to fight Obama's legal standing to be on the ballot, everything dead ended with the courts, who wouldn't give us standing. This circumvents the need to go to the courts ourselves, it would appear:

The surety bond is a PERSONAL LIABLILITY to the Public Official.

The bond is our SECURITY and PERSONAL GUARANTEE that the Public Official will do his job and doesn’t harm WE THE PEOPLE.

The Public Official has taken an oath to uphold the constitution of his state and of the United States.

If he fails to uphold the constitution, he is personally liable for all damages he has caused.

The surety bond is a two way contract between the Public Official and We The People.

If the Public Official breaks this contract We the People can file a claim against him personally through the Surety Bond Company.

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AngelCole 9 points ago +9 / -0

Oh, JUDGES! They're elected officials, many of them locally and state supreme courts, at least in the state of Missouri. Wow, it would be great to hold these judges personally responsible for many of their f'd up decisions that destroy lives.

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TRYNEIN 1 point ago +1 / -0

For bonded Bar attorneys, who in many cases may also be appointed, commissioned, or elected to ‘public office’ as ‘Judge’, ‘Clerk of Court’, etc. when/if their bond is complained against for good and reasonable cause, their bond may be ‘pulled’, and due to loss of effective bond or ‘suretyship’, they cannot ‘practice’ or ‘discharge’ the duty of the office held, or occupied.  In short, the bond maker-issuer is the bonding party for the benefit or on behald of the ‘bondee’, ie. the purported ‘public officer’, ‘employee’, or ‘official’.  This would extend as well to all other ‘public employees’ and ‘agents’-‘agencies’, etc.

Every ‘person’ being bonded has a Dun & Bradstreet ‘bond rating’.  At least it is reasonable to assume such.  Once three complaints are filed against any bond, assuming they are with merit and well supported by fact and ‘law’ of the ‘breach’ of fiduciary duty, the bond is most always pulled or revoked.  The ‘servant’ at ‘risk’ by assuming the responsibilities of operating in any ‘official capacity’ or by ‘employment’, can no longer be underwritten as a ‘no risk’ or ‘low risk’ contract.  One incident of ‘breach’ or operating ‘ultra vires’, or ‘without the law’, causes the ‘immunity’ provisions of the written ‘law’ to cease to be effective, because when one violates the law as a ‘public servant’, one’s immunity blanket ceases to apply, thereby leaving the insurer or bondsman or bond issuer exposed to the liability arising from the servant’s acts, which under any ‘breach of law authority’ causes or gives rise to an ‘injury’ which is a civil or criminal commercial liability. Everything, whether civil or criminal or martial, is a matter of ‘commerce’, and admiralty law is the venue and jurisdiction by which disputes in/of commercial nature are resolved in truth and fact.

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Thothbag 1 point ago +1 / -0

Any q posts that hint to or related to surety bonds, their companies or anything like that?

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Takebackourplanet 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the Public Official does not stop or take the action(s) you request, you can put them on notice by submitting a “Color of Law” violation.

Q 4529:

https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution-conan/amendment-11/suits-against-state-officials

"The immunity of a state from suit has long been held not to extend to actions against state officials for damages arising out of willful and negligent disregard of state laws.165 The reach of the rule is evident in Scheuer v. Rhodes,166 in which the Court held that plaintiffs were not barred by the Eleventh Amendment or other immunity doctrines from suing the governor and other officials of a state alleging that they deprived plaintiffs of federal rights under color of state law and seeking damages, when it was clear that plaintiffs were seeking to impose individual and personal liability on the officials. There was no “executive immunity” from suit, the Court held; rather, the immunity of s tate officials is qualified and varies according to the scope of discretion and responsibilities of the particular office and the circumstances existing at the time the challenged action was taken." Q

Q 4084:

https://www.justice.gov/crt/deprivation-rights-under-color-law

Digest - know your rights. Q

This post is pure gold. [emphasis added]

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Thothbag 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oooooo, that seems to help cement the idea that this might work

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sourcesPlease [S] 15 points ago +15 / -0

Ho-ly cow.

It just occurred to me, these people are literally bondslaves. And who is their master? We are. And what is The Great Awakening? Perhaps it is the realization that our servants have attempted to overthrow their masters. They have poisoned our food and water, harmed our children, stolen our treasure, shed our blood, and on and on…

But our forefathers were wise, and even inspired. They understood human nature, and that those who were supposed to protect the inalienable rights of people would inevitably violate them. So what did they do? They made them literal slaves! Personally liable for any damage they do while in bondage as a result of violating their oath. As a condition for the privilege of serving. Pure genius.

And so now we just use the system we were given… that beautiful Constitution, and we legally and lawfully recall these servants’ bonds, and they can no longer serve.

I really hope this has legs. It feels right… no major red flags, a solid theoretical foundation, avoidance of common pitfalls. Good stuff, frens. Let’s do our thing!

————— It will be Biblical?

The term "bondservant" in the New Testament (bond-servant or slave in some translations) is a translation of the Greek word doulos. Unlike perceptions of modern slavery, bondservant or doulos is a relatively broad term with a wider range of usage. In the time of the New Testament a bondservant could refer at times to someone who voluntarily served others.

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TRYNEIN 1 point ago +1 / -0

Very good subject

The is a Maxum in law the is: The Creator is the master of his creations.

Since 'We the People' created the states, The states created the Federal Government [USof A]

There for we are the Masters, and they are the servants... as in 'public servants'.

As for the 'Oath's & Bonds'

Federal law regulating oath of office by government officials is divided into four parts along with an executive order which further defines the law for purposes of enforcement. .

*5 U.S.C. 3331, provides the text of the actual oath of office members of Congress are required to take before assuming office. .

5 U.S.C. 3333 requires members of Congress sign an affidavit that they have taken the oath of office required by

. 5 U.S.C. 3331 and have not or will not violate that oath of office during their tenure of office as defined by the third part of the law,

. 5 U.S.C. 7311 which explicitly makes it a federal criminal offense (and a violation of oath of office) for anyone employed in the United States Government (including members of Congress) to “advocate the overthrow of our constitutional form of government”. .

The fourth federal law, 18 U.S.C. 1918 provides penalties for violation of oath office described in 5 U.S.C. 7311 which include: (1) removal from office and; (2) confinement or a fine. The definition of “advocate” is further specified in

Executive Order 10450 which for the purposes of enforcement supplements .

5 U.S.C. 7311. One provision of Executive Order 10450 specifies it is a violation of .

5 U.S.C. 7311 for any person taking the oath of office to advocate “the alteration ... of the form of the government of the United States by unconstitutional means.” Our form of government is defined by the Constitution of the United States. It can only be “altered” by constitutional amendment. Thus, according to Executive Order 10450 (and therefore 5 U.S. 7311) any act taken by government officials who have taken the oath of office prescribed by 5 U.S.C. 3331which alters the form of government other by amendment, is a criminal violation of the 5 U.S.C. 7311. .*

Violating Oath The subject I am bringing to the table is “why do the American people allow their representatives to break oath of office (a federal crime) and not hold them accountable?

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lovecymru 13 points ago +13 / -0

It only takes 10 people...any body need this for their place of business? How about restaurants demanding 💉 status? https://bondsforthewin.com/it-only-takes-10-people/

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BatteryBaron 5 points ago +5 / -0

10 people: interesting in itself.

How many people have the full picture ?

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sourcesPlease [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

https://bondsforthewin.com/intent-to-file-claim/

Once you have the surety bond in hand, it’s time to serve the individual(s) with a letter of intent. This is an essential step because it allows time for the issues to be resolved.

Your letter of intent should include the following:

The individual who is being served The notifying party A list of state, federal and/or international violations along with descriptions for each A list of demands in order to resolve the situation A timeline for demands to be met before a claim will be filed

Sample letter included at link

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DextertheCat 10 points ago +10 / -0

Kamala Harris has been appointed as the Border Czar. If any Anons know of anyone that has been harmed by an illegal alien, they would have grounds to file a claim against her and her bond. It is widely accepted, even by mainstream media that she is derelict in her duties. The bond company would have a difficult time defending against the claim and would hold Kamala fiscally responsible. It seems to be clear cut and a similar claim could be made against big Joe for appointing her and then not replacing her for lack of performance. He is still ultimately responsible. Time to confiscate all that CCP and Ukrainian bribe money.

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PowderRoomPolitics 5 points ago +6 / -1

Agreed.

u/#Catdance

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DextertheCat 5 points ago +5 / -0

Is that "House" cat, Trance cat or techno cat?

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PowderRoomPolitics 3 points ago +3 / -0

Techno. (as in using technology to get things done on technicalities)

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MaggieWills 12 points ago +12 / -0

I have heard that parents have been having success going after superintendents and school board members by registering claims against their insured bonds...

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sourcesPlease [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Here’s the thing: if this really works I guarantee you governments are going to move lightning fast to try to close the loop. This is potentially a single point of failure in their plan. Our window of opportunity might be quite small.

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Thothbag 1 point ago +1 / -0

Close what loop and how?

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kula 11 points ago +11 / -0

Clif High described how challenging the performance clause would tie them up in court. He suggested it could be done as an individual.

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OGpat 10 points ago +11 / -1

Maybe some lawfags can weigh in on this post. Sounds too good to be true but what do I know.

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sourcesPlease [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

Definitely would be helpful. I’m no lawfag, but one thing that really got my attention is the video posted in these comments about a mother with a 16 year old autistic son who used this process and got the mandates repealed in her district. If that’s true, that’s legitimate evidence that this process works.

The video itself is fairly compelling. The “expert” appears knowledgeable and competent. The mother seemed, well, like you and I, which means if she can do it, so can you and I. The interviewer I’ve seen before. She’s a pitbull, and if she’s behind it, I believe it will thrive. Not a lady I’d want to mess with.

The infrastructure (website) is new, and has some weaknesses. I’m willing to accept that at this point as a natural result of this being a new discovery. What I would expect to see is a quick maturation of the content, because if this really works, very competent people are going to jump all over it and legitimize it very quickly.

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sourcesPlease [S] 10 points ago +10 / -0

CRITICAL POINT, NEEDS VALIDATION:

The Public Official cannot hold office if he cannot be bonded.

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Thothbag 2 points ago +2 / -0

What is punishment for holding office unbonded?

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sourcesPlease [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

Here's a big claim:

Every Government Elected Official since 1792 is obligated to obtain a PUBLIC OFFICIAL SURETY bond before he can take the oath of office.

Don't have time to research it, but if it's true, that would be a big win in our favor because that means it will be incredibly difficult for them to change the laws regarding the process - they would literally have to claim that something that's worked since 1792 is no longer relevant.

If they missed this, then these people really are stupid. This really looks like it could be what we in the engineering world call a single point of failure. It's every engineers worst nightmare, and we basically spend our lives ensuring our plans and environments don't contain them.

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redtoe-skipper 8 points ago +8 / -0

Since 1792? ..... interesting. Because that is one year later than 1791: the year of the Constitution of the United States of America was agreed upon because an international debt had to be paid: -1.6 million to France, raked up some interest over 7 years, sold for 2 million and in 1789, at the peace treaty of Paris, was 3 million owed.

So, it means that if the People do not squeeze the bonds, who has done the squeezing so far? Follow the money.

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Neverstoptrumping 3 points ago +3 / -0

Would a Health Officer be covered? Looking into MI health Officers.

Not elected but Hired by elected officials.

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schiff_for_brains 2 points ago +2 / -0

File a request using the Michigan version of FOIA with a request for a copy of the bond for the health officer, their boss and everybody to the cabinet level official in charge of the department.

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Thothbag 1 point ago +1 / -0

What if these people don't have the bonds signed then what happens?

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sourcesPlease [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

Another big claim. Is it true or false:

"Every action a Public Official does while he holds this office, he is personally responsible for. If he fails to uphold the constitution or enforces unlawful laws on We the People we can hold him personally accountable for these actions."

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sourcesPlease [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

Here's the 10 people claim again. I'm not seeing why 10 people are necessary yet... this is definitely a weakness in their site that they need to rectify. If 10 people are necessary, we need to know why:

"Once we file a letter of intent to file a claim against the Public Officials surety bond he stands up and take notice. All it takes is 10 strong people to stand up and fight back. The Public Official is personally liable for each and every claim that is filed against their Surety Bond. He only has two choices now. Listen to our demands and change or pay us the full amount of his surety bond.

Once enough claims are filed against the surety bond the bond company will cancel his bond. This does not affect us. We will still be paid for all damages. If the Public Official surety bond is cancelled and he cannot obtain a new surety bond he is forced to step down."

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morethanaconquerer2 4 points ago +4 / -0

The 10 people is to remove them from their office because they become unbondable, therefore can no longer hold office.

One claim may not make them lose their bond, but there is strenght in numbers. 10 or so claims and the bonding company removes their bond, and at that point, they can't attain any other bonds.

To simplify with an example that most understand, you get a speeding ticket, you pay the fine and move on, but get 5 in a year and you'll likely lose your license.

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pby1000 9 points ago +9 / -0

Agreed. I was thinking it would be breach of contract, too.

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Shabooya 9 points ago +9 / -0

Can we use this in light of evidence that they knew IVM was effective against Covid and still chose to lockdown the country. Countless stories of emotional distress, suicides, financial destruction, etc resulted from these lockdown mandates....

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Starseed 5 points ago +5 / -0

I would say the claims against them would hold more weight if their actions directly impacted your life. In other words it would be more effective for your neighbor to file a claim themselves instead of you doing it for them. Im not an expert but this is what id assume.

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JackieDaytona74 8 points ago +8 / -0

It's an interesting idea. It's unclear to me who specifically would adjudicate the claim as there's information online pointing to the bond company and the secretary of state for the state the politician "serves" in. In both scenarios I could see the adjudicator telling the complainant to buzz off.

After half an hour of searching on DDG, I can't find a single instance of someone attempting this. I don't know if that means we're treading on new ground or DDG censoring the search returns.

I'm skeptical that this is a fix for decades of systemic corruption, but I'm intrigued enough to follow this site and see if there are any developments.

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LoriInNC 13 points ago +13 / -0

There was a lady recently whose autistic child was denied a mask exemption. The child ended up in the hospital due to the trauma and the lady filed a claim against the superintendent's bond. The mask mandate was swiftly dropped. (I'm writing this from memory and may not have all the facts straight.... there's a video of it somewhere I watched a few days ago.)

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sourcesPlease [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Yes, this is what I saw as well. I’m going to be vetting the process, but as someone who FOIA’d every SoS back in 2008, I can say that this appears at first glance to have legs. Much more research needed, though.

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reveries_aquatiques 5 points ago +5 / -0

(see reply above...)

http://www.handsforhealthandfreedom.org/bonds-for-the-win-hold-your-local-school-law-enforcement-and-city-officials-accountable

Bonds for the Win - Hold Your Local School, Law Enforcement, and City Officials Accountable - Hands For Health And Freedom - January 25, 2022

Embedded VIDEO INTERVIEW w/many answers is on their page (+ also on youtube) >

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KdwaSIOFpE

How One Mom SAVED her ENTIRE School District! Bonds for the WIN!! - YouTube - Jan 19, 2022

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sourcesPlease [S] 10 points ago +10 / -0

"If a claim is filed against a bondholder, the Surety Bond Company is responsible for accepting the claim(s), notifying the bondholder, demanding that the bondholder address the claim and starting an investigation if the bondholder does not resolve or rectify the situation."

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sourcesPlease [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

https://bondsforthewin.com/

Surety bonds provide financial guarantees that bondholders such as public officials, companies, contractors, or unions will uphold their contracts according to mutual terms.

Surety bonds protect WE THE PEOPLE from fraud and malpractice. When a bondholder breaks a bond’s terms, the harmed party can make a claim on the bond to recover losses.

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sourcesPlease [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Just going to start dumping info:

Under the Freedom of Information Act, The Sunshine Act and the state codes, you can send a request for the surety bond for any elected or appointed official via email and/or certified mail. You can also call them or walk straight into their offices.

Every bond holder is required by law to supply this material. The trick is finding out who to ask for it. Most states are organized in 4 zones: (1) State (2) County (3) City (4) Town. Many elected officials fall under a blanket bond that covers one of the zones. Though this may very state to state, here is a list of officials by zone.

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sourcesPlease [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

The Performance Bond is the most common surety bond. This bond assures that the bondholder will perform and properly execute all the terms and conditions of an awarded contract or to fulfill his or her duties to the public as specified.

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sourcesPlease [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

A public official is a person who holds a position of official authority that is conferred by a State, City, County or other municipality. They often hold a legislative, administrative or judicial position of sorts and is either elected or appointed. Relative to surety bonds, notaries public are the most common public official. A public official bond which provides indemnity for failure of a public official to faithfully perform their duties while properly managing funds they might oversee for the term of their designation.

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Ssue1216 2 points ago +2 / -0

As I. School districts abusing kids by forcing masks?

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sourcesPlease [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Need sleep. Will check back in tomorrow. Good night, frens!

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sourcesPlease [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Public Official Bonds may serve different functions: Fidelity Bonds and Faithful Performance Bonds. Also, states use “fidelity bond” and “faithful performance” interchangeably, there is a difference between fidelity coverage and faithful performance coverage.

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merf 6 points ago +6 / -0

Ok you got my ear. Is this a regional thing or would it be applicable nationwide? This is the first I've heard of it.

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sourcesPlease [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Nationwide, apparently. Another fren linked a video in these comments.

The thing that excites me is that it appears people have already gotten results using this method, and if that’s true, it’s a turnkey system, which means we could mobilize quickly and provide templates that would work anywhere with little to no modification.

EDIT: IMO it has the benefits of class action without any of the hurdles. It can literally be done by one person (looks looking they’re recommending 10), and requires no lawyer.

Like I said in the flair, research needed. But it looks truly promising.

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 7 points ago +7 / -0

Not true. Not every state is a surety State. Click the link that ranks you to the law firm each State.

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sourcesPlease [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thank you for the clarification. This is why research is needed. I know I looked at my state and it applies here… one interesting question a researcher could ask is: how broadly will this apply? If we knew how many states this process would work in it would help us do a better cost/benefit analysis.

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VetforTrump 5 points ago +5 / -0

They always were liable personally. You just have to sue them properly. Federal Court is the best way.

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flatissmooth 5 points ago +5 / -0

The seats of which were likely filled by....

Bonds look like the only direct link from We The People to "them" which completely circumnavigates the failed court system.

Makes ya wonder why they have spent so long mucking up the courts..

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one_out_of_many 5 points ago +5 / -0

Posted 10 Hours Ago:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elqxyYqlfiU

Leigh Dundas, Miki Klann and Ron Watkins speak out to the Scottsdale Unified School District in Scottsdale Arizona.

During the meeting, Miki and Ron declared their intention to file a claim against the Governor's surety bond on behalf of the SUSD board members.

Each member of the board were charged with practicing medicine without a license, child abuse, segregation and inappropriate sexual material in the school libraries.

In order to resolve the problem, the board members must:

  • Remove all mask mandates and recommendations
  • Remove all "experimental treatment" clinics and recommendations
  • Discontinue the Critical Race Theory and GLSNEN.org agendas
  • Remove all inappropriate sexual material from the libraries
  • Greenburg must resign

Miki served each board member with 10 letters of intent by 10 different parents. Each claim carries a liability of up to 100K - this means each board member carries a total liability of $1 million in the event that the claims are filed.

Now the board members have 5 days to rectify the situation or the parents of SUSD will file the claim against them.

ANYONE CAN SERVE THEIR DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD!!! You do NOT need a lawyer to do it.

Website: www.BondsForTheWin.com Telegram: https://t.me/bondsforthewin

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sourcesPlease [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

There are three parties included in a Bond Agreement:

Bondholder – All elected public officials are required to be bonded and they must sign an oath to uphold the Constitution of their State as well as the Constitution of the United States for America. Companies, contractors, and even unions are also required to have a surety bond.

We the People – The community for whom the bondholder is OBLIGATED to serve.

Surety Bond Company – This is the company that guarantees that the bondholder will serve the people.

If a claim is filed against a bondholder, the Surety Bond Company is responsible for accepting the claim(s), notifying the bondholder, demanding that the bondholder address the claim and starting an investigation if the bondholder does not resolve or rectify the situation.

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AKviking14 4 points ago +4 / -0

Interesting

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JSSS 4 points ago +4 / -0

Its called a Surety Bond. If they dont comply with the Law in there job they can loose Federal Funding and or loose there job and be held responsible. Heres another good thread which explains even more.

https://communities.win/c/TheDonald/p/141FOhEN9g/x/c

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SuckaFree 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not all of them are bonded, but most are.

Look into your local politicians first, and go from there.

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Hope70 3 points ago +3 / -0

Can you imagine? If the Jan.6 people being held without bail, right to medical care, private access to attorneys could sue the Capitol police and NP because they are bonded, what an up rising that would be, just for a starter. Then the military members sue those at the top who forced the jab or separated them from the military. Or is we the people, sued JB for not protecting our borders and for his unlawful executive orders, how sweet would that be?

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redtoe-skipper 2 points ago +2 / -0

Billions on Xuo Xide's crime ridden ass....

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GoingCamaro 3 points ago +4 / -1

Oh good. I can use this against my Secretary of State of they fail to do their job.

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schiff_for_brains 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes. If you live in one of the battleground states and the SOS failed to perform a proper election you should go after their bond.

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flatissmooth 3 points ago +3 / -0

Amazing digging, I do not think that I have given as many updoots on one thread in my life.

I like that this means we do not have to remove those that demanded office, rather it allows an avenue to get these people back to work.

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MineOwnSelf 3 points ago +3 / -0

Question - how does this system handle a slew of false or nuisance claims? Consider how many daily letters Trump would have received. Yes, he would have self insured, but what of a public servant, that a segment of society didn’t like for political reasons, who was bonded through a surety company? How does this system not become mired down by a huge letter writing campaign whose sole purpose is to remove them from office?

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l3tsgetit 3 points ago +3 / -0

Interesting Concept !

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we_let_this_happen 3 points ago +3 / -0

So we can financially break every single rat in the swamp. This is HUUGE.

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Oldguy85 2 points ago +2 / -0

As a General Contractor I have written a few of these letters to bonded subcontractors. I agree with everything the OP states. I just want to add: 1 Send a paper cc copy of your original to the surety. It is not required but it is the real power and in construction usually gets the problem resolved without the further steps. 2 I have never received a single dollar from a bonding company and do not know any other GCs that have. The real power is getting the surety company in the business of the bonded entity to change their behavior. 3 I am told when I bond myself that a bond is not insurance. That if anyone ever gets a judgement the bonding company can seek reimbursement from the bonded entity. Maybe a surety will one day own a beach house in Delaware and 1 large diamond.

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FaithfulVAPatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you so much for this information! Saving this post for reference.

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redtoe-skipper 2 points ago +2 / -0

Never thought of this. Shared it with some other people and are going to look into it.

Thank you for sharing.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh, it's true. And in the end it's the insurance companies that hold the club over them. When I first saw this I had a flashback to an HOA that found that out the hard way. Long story short, the Board wasn't doing required audits, because they were cheap, and their guiding principle for years had been "no rate increases." Eventually several people suspected embezzlement and sued them, audits were court ordered, more suits. And the audits turned up, not a crime but bad planning, because the reserves for repair had been so underfunded that looming infrastructure needs were more than the building's worth, so the bond company was stuck for their malfeasance and the building insurers said we're outta here without a huge rate increase. Disaster, couldn't legally proceed as a business.

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DextertheCat 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is called a Surety Bond. It is similar to an insurance policy, however instead of protecting the purchaser, it instead protects the customer or obligee. All licensed contractors are required to hold a Surety bond. This is a continuous bond that is held over the life of the business, or until he loses his bond due to cancellation or lack of payment. Here is a source for review, a company that sells surety bonds and their definition of the bonds.

https://suretyone.com/public-official-surety-bond

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Neverstoptrumping 1 point ago +1 / -0

Q mentioned this. When I searched for surety

American Surety Company v. Sullivan, 7 F.2d 605, 606 (2d Cir. 1925)(Hand, J.); United States v. Peltz, 433 F.2d 48, 54-55 (2d Cir. 1970),cert. denied, 401 U.S. 955 (1971) (involving 15 U.S.C. § 32(a). See also 1 E. Devitt, C. Blackmar, M. Wolff & K. O'Malley, Federal Jury Practice and Instructions, § 17.05 (1992)

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sourcesPlease [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Excellent find. Thank you for contributing… I am overwhelmed right now and my desire to help is outpaced by my ability to research.

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Make_It_So 1 point ago +1 / -0
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Rose111234 1 point ago +1 / -0

New York/New Jersey Pedes, where are you? Used this on the evil witch Hochul! And greedy lier Murphy!!

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Themessenger777 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have been working on the bonding issue (within the school board) here in NJ. I drive a bus. Learned about this months ago and all us pure blood drivers are gathering steam.....

Problem is.....the apathy of so many here. They have been led around by the nose and conditioned for so many decades to 'comply' that they have lost the ability to 'see' the corruption since it's all they have ever known.

I'm not from NJ....last place I ever wanted to be but God put me here and I am obedient. Many here ARE fed up and ARE beginning to 'see the light'.

Blessings....

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Rose111234 2 points ago +2 / -0

Blessings, keep up the fight! I recently just moved out of NJ, right before the mandates because I saw the shit show coming when they closed the gyms. I moved to florida and Desantis is doing the right thing, otherwise i’d be doing the bond thing too to hold their asses accountable. Stay brave!

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Themessenger777 2 points ago +2 / -0

Funny...I moved from SW Florida here! Hate it but will only be here another 3 years then back down south. I sure miss FL. I'm needed here right now though so here I am. Figured I'd rattle every cage I can while I'm here. If they fire me I'll just take my CDL and go elsewhere (it's like gold!) ...

Thank you fren for the words of encouragement.....God's plan is my mission...He guides my way. Enjoy the sunshine!

Blessings....

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HighCountryAZ 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Resident and Kamala and Pelosi. If this bond issue applies to them, the documents need to become public. I do not doubt I am greatly over-simplifying due to lack of understanding. Can you even imagine them willingly signing documents promising to honor their obligation to the people? Decades ago as public servants, or anew, as Resident?

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wethepeople74 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nice

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ChunkyElf 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is HUUUGE!