You want to see courage? In this interview see Jacquie Figg take you through her personal battle with the State of California over whether we have a right to travel … or not. The fraud perpetrated by the state is exposed by THEIR OWN CODES AND STATUTES. Every Law Enforcement Officer needs to see this, maybe more than once, until they realize the crimes they are committing. If you are law enforcement, your job is not to do what your Watch Commander tells you is “OK”, it is to know, obey and uphold THE LAW and tell your Commanders and Supervisors THEY MUST DO THE SAME. The only thing that gives you authority is the oath you swore. When was thew last time you read it? Do you even understand it? If you do not know what is presented in this video, you have been BRAINWASHED. If you think you know differently, then post your reference below this video. I PROMISE YOU the woman in this video can show you the truth. Every day, more and more people are getting FED UP with the lies and violations OUR GOVERNMENT thinks they can perpetrate against the public!
Summary of Jacquie’s reference below (for more information go to:
CVC Section 21052
The provisions of this code applicable to the drivers of vehicles upon the highways apply to the drivers of all vehicles while engaged in the course of employment by this State, any political subdivision thereof, any municipal corporation, or any district, including authorized emergency vehicles subject to those exemptions granted such authorized emergency vehicles in this code.
(a) A “commercial vehicle” is a motor vehicle of a type required to be registered under this code used or maintained for the transportation of persons for hire, compensation, or profit or designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property.
(b) Passenger vehicles and house cars that are not used for the transportation of persons for hire, compensation, or profit are not commercial vehicles. This subdivision shall not apply to Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 6700) of Division 3.
The acceptance or retention by a resident of this state of a driver’s license issued pursuant to the provisions of this code, shall constitute the consent of the person that service of summons may be made upon him within or without this state, whether or not he is then a resident of this state, in any action brought in the courts of this state upon a cause of action arising in this state out of his operation of a motor vehicle anywhere within this state.
The acceptance by a resident of this state of a certificate of ownership or a certificate of registration of any motor vehicle or any renewal thereof, issued under the provisions of this code, shall constitute the consent by the person that service of summons may be made upon him within or without this state, whether or not he is then a resident of this state, in any action brought in the courts of this state upon a cause of action arising in this state out of the ownership or operation of the vehicle.
Definitions by corporate Federal “State” for “in the state”, “in this state”, “in the state”, “within this state” and “this state”
CALIFORNIA (CCA) located in:
Aircraft assessment and taxation, Revenue and Taxation Code §5304
Beverage containers, Health and Safety Code §113200
Cigarette tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §30013
Corporate Securities Law of 1968, Corporations Code §25008
Diesel fuel tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §60017
Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge Law, Revenue and Taxation Code §41005
Energy resources surcharge, Revenue and Taxation Code §40006
Fractional interests, local agency obligations, Government Code §5950
Hazardous Substances Tax Law, Revenue and Taxation Code §43009
Integrated waste management fees, Revenue and Taxation Code §45008
Motor vehicle fuel license tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §7309
Private railroad car tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §11205
Residential mortgage lenders, Finance Code §50003
Sales and use tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §6017
Taxation, Revenue and Taxation Code §130(f)
Use fuel tax, Revenue and Taxation Code §8609
Revenue and Taxation §130(f) “In this state” means within the exterior limits of the State of California, and includes all territory within these limits owned by, or ceded to, the United States of America.
Revenue and Taxation §6017. “In this State” or “in the State” means within the exterior limits of the State of California and includes all territory within these limits owned by or ceded to the United States of America.
CASE MENTIONED: 7 Cal.App.2d 395, 46 P.2d 234
JOHN J. O’NEIL, Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL STANDARDS et al, Respondents. Civ. No. 10276. District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 2, California. June 5, 1935.
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