Time: Thu Sep 18 11:37:38 1997
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Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 09:56:36 -0700
To: Jackie Patru <104645.452@compuserve.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: roadblocks, warrantless searches, etc.

Driver's licenses, plates, and registration tags
are your answer here.  They entangle everyone in
a contract for specific performance with the
corporate State.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

copy:  Supreme Law School

At 01:38 PM 10/27/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Great article ! ! !   Great reporting.  Thank you.
>Do you have any thoughts or comments on the recent
>article on the net alledging that the Supreme Court found
>in favor of Florida Law Enforcement in a 1986 case of
>roadblocks at the Georgia border? - just handed down the
>decision this month.  In other words, they ruled that it is
>within the rights of the state to set up roadblocks, search
>without warrents and without probable cause - indiscriminately !
>That has thrown me for a loop because I can't see HOW we can
>overcome that - even though it is grossly, blatantly, patently
>unConstitutional.  I'd appreciate your thoughts on a possible
>solution or suggested possibilities.
>Thanks again.
>Jackie Patru - CDR

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