Sunday, 7 October 2018

Treason and Consequences.........from Rico



Treason, as defined by the Constitution, Article III, Sec 3, Clause I, is "waging war against the United States, or adhering to enemies giving them aid and comfort."

- The consequences for treason remain hanging, or firing squad.

 

In the aftermath of 9-11, the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) Act of 09-18-2011 became Constitutionally a declaration of war.

- It has not been rescinded and is still applicable. America is at war, and a state of war still exists under the GWOT.

- War detainees have NO RIGHT to habeus corpus hearings in US courts, as ruled by the US Court of Appeals May 21, 2010.

 

If you have a DD214, you will understand the attached DD2329 (Record of Trial by Court martial) better than a civilian. You were instructed on the particulars of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), while civilians have not been. Some of them may be getting a first-hand 'education' in future.

- But I digress...

 

A US civilian may become a "detainee" during wartime, and therefore subject to the UCMJ. [Read: no habeus corpus].

- Think about a US civilian charged with TREASON during wartime. Think about GITMO.

 

In addition to the Constitutional citation above, CH 47, of Title 10, UMJ, 10 USC 801-946, prescribed by Executive Order 12473 of Apr 13, 1984 and the Mar 01, 2018 Amendment to the Manual for Courts-Martial, says civilian detainees will NOT be subject to civilian courts, but military courts.

- So what? So NO representation by the likes of Porn Lawyer Avenatti or Soros Lawyer Katz, for example, in a UCMJ military proceeding. [Think: consequences for treason, ref infra.]

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