My fellow Americans. I love my country very much, but I am ashamed of it, very ashamed. It was the best country that was ever created on this earth. It is a federated constitutional republic with separate branches of government and a Bill of Rights intended to guarantee personal freedom. People from all over the world came here and were absorbed into the body politic.

Our country was imperfect at first, but we continued to improve. The institution of slavery was abolished in 1865. Peace was made with the Native American population. Workplace conditions were improved. Women suffrage was introduced with the 19th Amendment. Racial segregation was ended in the 1960s. Women's’ rights have been expanded continually. We are making progress on opportunities for the disabled and rights for homosexual persons.

In the foreign sphere, we saved the world from Nazi fascism, Japanese imperialism, and Soviet communism. We have led the human struggle against poverty, hunger, and disease.

We became the richest and most powerful nation the world has ever known. We had many reasons to be proud.

But in 1984, as george Orwell predicted, we began to lose our way. We decided to become the world’s number one prison state. Harmless people were imprisoned for owning plants, vegetables, and flowers. Our prison population expanded enormously. Now we have 25% of the world’s prisoners, but less than 5% of the world’ population. Our prisons have become hellholes. About one in every 25 adult males currently is on probation or parole. 1.6 million of our children have a parent incarcerated.


1. The demonstration
On April 17, 2007, a demonstration was held at the Isaiah Wall across the street from the UN building in Manhattan because President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the UN General assembly. About 25 rabbis dressed in religious garb sat on the stairs and blocked pedestrian traffic. A group of about 50 other demonstrators, including me, standing behind the Rabbis were carrying signs, blowing rams’ horns, singing songs, and using electronic audio equipment.

The police warned the rabbis several times that unless they moved, they would be arrested. The rabbis refused to move. The police did not object to any of the activities of the other demonstrators.

The police asked the other demonstrators to move back, so as not to interfere with the arrests. This was a reasonable request, and the demonstrators proceeded to move back. However, the police kept moving the demonstrators further and further back until they were 35 feet behind the nearest rabbi.

The Isaiah wall is curved, so that the demonstrators were moved so far back that they could no longer be seen from the street. It was apparent that the intent of the police was to disband the demonstration. I alone moved forward to 22 feet in front of the standing demonstrators and 13 feet behind the rabbis and was visible from the street.

I stood next to the guard rail, which was 8 feet from the Isaiah wall, holding two signs, both of which read: “STOP HATING JEWS”. I was silent and made no hand or foot gestures. There was no interference with pedestrian traffic. The police did not object or say anything to me while they were arresting the rabbis.

2. My arrest
However after all the rabbis were arrested the police approached me and asked me to move back with the other demonstrators, 22 feet behind me. I refused saying that I was not bothering anyone. The police repeated that I must move or be arrested. I insisted that I had the right to be there, and that an arrest could result in a law suit. They then put me under arrest and reached for me. I went limp. The police did not catch me and I fell to the ground and lay still and uttered no sound.

A woman approached me, introduced herself as a nurse, and asked if I was all right. I did not answer at first. She pleaded with the police that I was an old man and that they should not arrest me. After some pleading the police agreed on the condition that I would leave this location. I sat up, assured the woman that I was OK and stood up. I told the police that I would not leave, that I had a permit to be there. I read to the police officers the 1st Amendment from my pocket U. S. Constitution.

The police said that I would be arrested. I asked for what reason, and was told for refusing to obey the order of a law enforcement official. I again went limp and fell to the ground. From then until in my cell at the police station for some time, I did not move a muscle or utter any sound. When on the ground, the police lifted and dragged me to the police wagon, carried me into the wagon, and carried me into my cell at police headquarters.

As far as I could tell no-one except the police officers were anywhere in my vicinity at the time of the confrontation and arrest. I am unaware that anyone else was arrested together with me.

Not only did the police violate my First Amendment rights, but they were involved in reckless endangerment when they ordered me to move into a crowd with signs, rams’ horns, and electronic equipment. Also the police were ordering me to participate in a crime, since the other demonstrators were blocking pedestrian traffic.

None of the other standing demonstrators were arrested

3. Police Allegations
In the arrest report, the police allege that:

“...the defendant intentionally attempted to prevent a police officer and peace officer from effecting an authorized arrest of himself and another person;”    

There was no other person arrested with me.

“the defendant intentionally prevented and attempted to prevent a public servant from performing an official function by intimidation, physical force and interference and by means of an independently unlawful act;”

I did not attempt to do anything at all. There was no intimidation, physical force, or interference. There was no independent unlawful act.

“the    defendant,    with    intent    to    cause    public inconvenience, annoyance and alarm and recklessly creating a risk thereof,”

I did not do any of these things. But the police did.

“obstructing vehicular and pedestrian traffic;”

There were no pedestrians in my vicinity, and certainly no vehicles.

“and the defendant, with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance and alarm and recklessly creating a risk thereof,
congregated in a public place with other persons”

I was not congregating. I was standing alone. That was the bone of contention. The police ordered me to congregate, but I refused.

“and refused to comply with a lawful order of the police to disperse.”

I could not disperse. I was standing alone.

I admit to refusing to comply with an order of the police, because it was unlawful. The other allegations were never made at the time of arrest, even though I asked for the reasons for arrest. They were manufactured later. All of them are untrue.

4. Arraignment

The arraignment occurred on April 18, 2007, in the Criminal Court of Manhattan.

Neither the arraignment magistrate nor the prosecuting assistant district attorney were identified to me or to any of the other arrestees in keeping with the procedures of a court of inquisition.

About 15 other arrestees were arraigned before me. All of them, except for one man, pleaded guilty.

The exceptional arrestee pleaded not guilty several times, even though the Court would not accept this plea and kept asking him to reconsider. Finally one of the court stenographers yelled: “Plead guilty. You know that you are guilty.” At this point the arrestee’s court-appointed counsel pleaded guilty for the arrestee. So much for the presumption of innocence.

Another arrestee was a 19-year old black woman. She was eating dinner at a restaurant when she was arrested and strip searched. Cocaine was found in her brassiere. It did not occur to anyone to inquire if the police had a search warrant. Apparently the quaint custom of search warrants is discarded ancient English law.

I was advised by the magistrate that before I pleaded, the prosecuting assistant district attorney had a plea bargain. The prosecuting assistant district attorney offered to settle for time served (22 hours), if I would plead guilty. I replied: “If I was willing to accept that, I would not have bothered to be arrested in the first place.”

The magistrate asked: “Are you pleading not guilty?” She then warned (threatened) me that, if so, I could go to prison. I acknowledged that I was aware that a prison sentence was possible. I then pleaded not guilty, demanded indictment by a Grand Jury, and asked for a jury trial.

After the stunned Court recovered, the magistrate did not object to the plea or the demand for indictment by a Grand Jury. She had no idea of what the charges were, since she had to ask the prosecuting assistant district attorney if I was entitled to a jury trial. The answer was affirmative.

I was told that I must report for a court hearing on June 20, 2007, and submit all informations before May 17, 2007. I asked the purpose of the hearing, but my question was ignored. No written ORDER was issued to appear for the hearing date of June 20, 2007.
I was handed the unsigned arraignment form with the police charges and released after 22 hours of confinement.

I was not committed at arraignment nor at any other time. I have not been indicted nor informed that any Grand Jury has been convened.

A few days later, I was contacted by an attorney at The Legal Aid Society and informed that the prosecuting assistant district attorney was willing to drop the charges and dismiss the case, if I would agree to not get arrested in the next 6 months and not sue the police. I declined.

The function of the district attorney is to prosecute crime, not to protect it. He should be prosecuting the police, not protecting them. By protecting them, the prosecuting assistant district attorney is an accessory to the crimes.


1. Informations and Motions Submitted

I filed several informations and motions with the Criminal Court of Manhattan. These were:

a. Motion for return of signs or cash equivalent
b. Notification that I would act as Counsel Pro Se
c. Moved for nature of court appearance of 6/20/07
d. Moved that Court convene a Grand Jury
e. Pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial
f. Informed the court that the police allegations were false and asked

to interview all witnesses
g. Requested a habeas corpus hearing
h. Submitted a list of questions regarding voir dire
i. moved that the court provide answers to these questions
j. Moved that the jury pool be sequestered during voir dire.

On May 21, 2007, I notified the Court that I had submitted 10 informations with 13 Motions, and that I needed replies to the Motions by June 8, 2007, so that I could prepare for the Court date of June 20, 2007. I moved that the Court reply to my Motions before June 8, 2007.

On June 11, 2007, I notified the Court that I would not appear at the hearing of June 20, 2007, because the Court did not respond to any of my requests, and without the information requested, I would not have time to prepare for a Court appearance. I also filed an Interlocutory Appeal.

2. Actions by the Criminal Court of Manhattan
On June 20, 2007, I was informed by a telephone call from the office of the Clerk of Court that a bench warrant was issued for my arrest, because I did not appear for the court date.

On June 26, 2007, I filed a motion to quash the bench arrest warrant. In the information provided, I included the information that I had not been committed at arraignment, or indicted by a Grand Jury. I mentioned that I had filed a notice of appeal with the filing fee of $210 to the Criminal Court of Manhattan. I pointed out that the trial court has no standing to proceed with the trial for four separate and independent reasons. These are:

1. Defendant has not been served with a valid arraignment commitment.
2. Defendant has not been indicted by a Grand Jury.
3. Defendant has not had a Habeas Corpus hearing.
4. Defendant has filed an interlocutory appeal.


I filed a civil complaint against the police.

1. Discovery
The initial phase of a trial is discovery. Mr. Max McCann, Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of New York, was the defense attorney.  He wanted my social security number and the criminal case docket number of the criminal case against me. I refused to provide my social security number because it was none of his business, and it was illegal for him to request it. I did not supply the criminal case number, because there was no criminal case.

On June 22, 2009, I replied to a letter from Judge Koeltl, the presiding trial judge, as follows: I have received your Court ORDER of June 16, 2009, to appear for conference on June 26, 2009. I also have received a copy of the letter of June 12, 2009, from Max McCann addressed to you.

“There is an inaccuracy in Mr. McCann’s letter. He states that Plaintiff 'has not provided the undersigned with the executed consent and authorization for the release of records.' In fact I responded twice with carte blanche permission to contact all of the New York State Courts involved in the issue at hand. Copies of these were submitted to the U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York. The Pro Se Clerk of Court returned them to me on April 14, 2009, with the statement that 'discovery requests cannot be accepted by the Court.' Perhaps you are unaware of this rule, since you sent me an ORDER of May 12, 2009, to provide information which I do not have, and which I believe does not exist.”

“Both you and Mr. McCann have all of my correspondence with all of the New York State courts. It was enclosed with the submission of my REVISED COMPLAINT of April 29, 2008. Mr. McCann cleverly convinced you to order me to provide nonexistent information. Since I could not do so, he requested in his letter of June 12, 2009, that you dismiss this case.”

The judge called a conference on July 17, 2009. In that hearing, the Defendants complaint was dropped, but they asked for postponement until the criminal case was resolved. I informed the judge that there was no criminal case. The judge ordered both parties to submit written briefs on this point.

In my brief, I pointed out that there never was a criminal trial, is not now a criminal trial, not will there ever be on. My arguments were.

2. Why There will be no Criminal Trial
Some provisions of New York State Criminal Code CPL 30 are attached as an Exhibit.

CPL 30 §30.30 Speedy trial; time limitations 1.b states: “ninety days of the commencement of a criminal action wherein a defendant is accused of one or more offenses, at least one of which is a misdemeanor punishable by a sentence of imprisonment of more than three months and none of which is a felony.” This condition has not been met as more than 27 months have passed since the accusation, and a trial has not commenced.

Plaintiff has been denied a speedy criminal trial (within 90 days of accusation) as required by CPL 30 §30.30 (1.b).

Plaintiff has not received an appearance ticket notifying him of his right to receive a supporting deposition, as required by CPL 30 §150.10 (2).

CPL 30 §150.60 permits the Court to only issue a warrant of arrest if the accused does not appear at the time the appearance ticket is returnable Since no appearance ticket was issued, the warrant of arrest is illegal, and makes the Criminal Court of Manhattan an accessory to the crime of the police.

CPL 30 §160.10 (1.b) requires that fingerprints be obtained from a person accused of a misdemeanor. No fingerprints were obtained.

CPL 30 §30.10 (2.c) states that the prosecution of a misdemeanor must be commenced within two years. Since three years have passed since the alleged misdemeanors were committed, the time limit set by the statute of limitations has passed.

In summary 4 violations of CPL 30 have been identified. There can be no criminal prosecution of Plaintiff. The defense never submitted a brief, so the matter was dropped.

3. Video of the demonstration
Instead the Defendants submitted a video tape of the arrest, which they claimed showed irrefutable evidence that I refused to comply with a lawful order of the police. Since I was at the event, I realized immediately that the video had been tampered. Part of the sound track was missing where the picture was present. Later I proved the tampering by matching time reports of the police.

At the end of the video, the police announced that time as 1:05 pm. The police deposition stated the time of my arrest as 12:51 pm. Since I was the last person arrested, and nobody had been arrested at the time given in the deposition, it was apparent that the video had been tampered. The video was rendered useless as evidence.

4. Misuse of court rules
The rules with which the Court did not comply are summarized as:

a. FRCP 4(a)(1)(E) not enforced-reply time after service.
b. Court does not enforce discovery rule FRCP 26(a)(1)(A) on Defendants.
c. Court continues to give unwarranted extensions of time to Defendants to answer complaint.
d. Court does not accept submissions of Plaintiff based on “Rule 5.1(a) discovery materials cannot be accepted for filing with the Court” It used this rule to return Motion requests, information about jury procedures, interrogatories, and release forms. Meanwhile Judge Koeltl is issuing ORDERS to Plaintiff to deliver discovery materials which either do not exist or which have already been delivered to Defendants.
e. Defendants did not follow the format required by Local Civil Rule 56.1(a) with impunity when they submitted their MEMORANDUM OF LAW for dismissal based on the DVD video evidence.


1. Summary of Criminal Allegations
Plaintiff accuses Defendants of the following:

a. belated entry of Defendant Toala
b. harassment of Plaintiff
c. illegally requesting Plaintiff’s social security number
d. entrapment of Judge Koeltl into being a coconspirator to
obstruct justice
e. refusal to respond to interrogatories
f. providing misinformation about facts (euphemism for lying)
g. submitting tampered evidence
h. making ridiculous claims
i. stalling to delay proceedings
j. obstruction of justice

2. Remedies
Judgment by default must be entered against Defendant Toala.

Find Attorney McCann in contempt of court, have him arrested, and
incarcerated until discovery requested in Plaintiff’s Interrogatories is delivered.

In addition, find Attorney Cardozo in contempt of court and order him to
provide discovery material requested by Plaintiff before September, 15, 2009.

If discovery material is not delivered before September 15, 2009, Judge
Koeltl should award requested damages to Plaintiff by September 18, 2009. No extensions of the September 15, 2009, submission date should be allowed.

If the trial is to continue, the Clerk of Court should provide a calendar of
proceedings to trial by September 22, 2009, in which the trial must be completed by January 31, 2010. This calendar must include dates for the following:

a. Revised Complaint returned to Plaintiff for service of summons to new list of defendants. Plaintiff will submit revised complaint to the Court on October 1, 2009.
b. Response to request by Plaintiff to the Clerk of Court for the jury selection information requested
c. List of jury pool names and other pertinent information
d. Jury selection
e. Procedure for voir dire

f. Service of subpoenas
g. Individual interviews of all defendants and other witnesses
h. Possible dates for the jury trial

3. Motions
Plaintiff moves that Judge Koeltl find Attorney McCann in
contempt of court, have him arrested, and incarcerated until discovery requested in Plaintiff’s Interrogatories is delivered.

Plaintiff moves that Judge Koeltl, in addition, find Attorney Cardozo in contempt and to provide discovery material requested by Plaintiff before September, 15, 2009.

Plaintiff moves that, if discovery material is not delivered before September 15, 2009, Judge Koeltl should award requested damages to Plaintiff by September 18, 2009.

4. Qualified Immunity
Defendants raised the issue of qualified immunity for police officers. They are immune from prosecution if they had reasonable cause to make an arrest. However U. S. Supreme Court decisions state that if they knew, or should have known, that they were violating the law, then they do not have immunity.

5. Dismissal of the case

On February 17, 2010, Judge Koeltl dismissed the case without trial for two reasons:

a. Irrefutable evidence from the video that the arrest was proper.
b. The police have immunity from prosecution.


On November 9, 2009, I submitted my last letter to Judge Koeltl. I made my third request for him to recuse himself. At the time, I had no response from him. I submitted a complaint of Judicial Misconduct to the U. S. Court of Appeals: 2nd Circuit on December 24, 2009, in which
Judge Koeltl is charged with:

a. obstruction of justice.
b. failure to apply Court rules impartially.
c. delaying proceedings for no justifiable reasons.
d. ordering Plaintiff to supply information that does not exist.
e. Conspiracy against rights in violation of 18 U.S.C. Ch. 13
#241 and #242

Remedies sought are:

a. Recusal of Judge Koeltl from trying this case.
b. Appointment of another Judge to continue the trial.

1. FIJA Demonstrations
After I filed my civil complaint against the NY City police, the court sent a list of procedures it would follow. One of those procedures is to instruct the jury that it can only judge the facts. It must uphold the law as the judge gives it to them. This is in violation of historic decisions by juries and conflicts with several U. S. Supreme Court decisions. Therefore, I distributed FIJA flyers, as well as a flyer of my own, to correct this error on six successive Mondays (jury selection day) in October and November, 2009.

Each time I was arrested. My sign and pamphlets were confiscated. On four occasions, I was cited for violation of regulation 41 CFR Subsection C #102–74.415(c) for distributing literature. Also on one occasions, I was charged with the misdemeanor of forcefully resisting arrest.
When arrested, I go limp and fall to the ground. and refuse to make any sound or move a muscle.

On four of the occasions, an ambulance was called, and I was sent three times to psychiatric units of two hospitals and once to an emergency unit of a third hospital. On two occasions, my flyers and sign were confiscated, but I was not taken away.

At three of these events, photographers were present and took videos. One of the Photographers, Antonio Musumeci, was arrested for taking photographs in violation of 41 CFR Subsection C §102–74.420. The Civil Liberties Union of New York is defending him on the citation and intends to file a civil complaint on his behalf.

2. Judicial Action by the Court
Both Musumeci and I received notices from U. S. Central Violations Bureau to appear for hearings in front of the U. S. District Magistrate on January 19, 2010. I wrote to the U. S. district magistrate pointing out that the regulations did not apply to us, but only to federal employees (41 CFR #102–71.25), that I would not appear, and that unless he dismissed the charges
within 10 days, he would be sued. I heard nothing from the Magistrate.

Musumeci appeared at the hearing of January 19, 2010 with counsel from the NY Civil Liberties Union. However neither the arresting officer not I appeared. The hearing was postponed for a month. The charges should have been dismissed because the arresting officer did not appear. If he had appeared, but Musumeci and I did not judgment would have been rendered against us.

On the second date scheduled for the hearing, the arresting officer did not appear again.  the district magistrate dismissed the charges.

3. Complaints filed by Heicklen
I have filed a civil complaint against Department of Homeland Security, the NY City fire Department, three hospitals, U. S. Central Violations Bureau, the U. S. district magistrate, and 42 of their employees. Soon I intend to file criminal complaints as well. The charges are:

a. U. S. Constitution
Article I, Section 8
Article IIl, Sections 1 and 2
Amendments I, IV, V, VII, & XIV

b. U. S. Statutes
18 USC #3 Accessory after the fact
18 USC #13 Laws of States adopted for areas within Federal jurisdiction
18 USC #111(A) Impeding/Opposing Federal Officer
18 USC #152(6) Extortion and Bribery
18 USC #241 Conspiracy against rights
18 USC #242 Deprivation of rights under color of law
18 USC #286 Conspiracy to defraud the Government with respect to claims
18 USC #287 False, fictitious or fraudulent claims
18. USC #351(e). Assault
18 USC #371 Conspiracy to commit offense or to
18 USC #645 Court officers generally
18 USC #872 Extortion by officers or employees of the United States
18 USC #1035 False statements relating to health care matters
18 USC #1038 False information and hoaxes
18 USC #1201 Kidnapping 18 USC #1621 Perjury generally
18 USC #2236 Searches without warrant

18 USC #3742. Review of a sentence
28 USC Part IV Ch. 85 §1367. supplemental Jurisdiction
42 USC #1983 Civil action for deprivation of rights

c.  U. S. Regulations
41 CFR, subsection C #102–74.415(c) for distributing literature
41 CFR, Subsection C, §102–74.420 for photographing without a permit
41 CFR §102–71.25. Who must comply with GSA’s real property policies

d. New York State Statutes
New York Penal Law #105.05 Conspiracy in the fifth degree.
New York Penal Law #110.00 Attempt to commit a crime
New York Penal Law #115.00 Criminal facilitation in the fourth degree
New York Penal Law #120.00 Assault in the third degree
New York Penal Law #120.05 Assault in the second degree
New York Penal Law #120.14 Menacing in the second degree
New York Penal Law #135.00 Unlawful imprisonment, kidnapping and custodial
New York Penal Law #135.05 Unlawful imprisonment in the second degree
New York Penal Law #135.20 Kidnapping in the second degree
New York Penal Law #135.25 Kidnapping in the first degree
New York Penal Law #135.60 Coercion in the second degree

New York Penal Law #140.25 Burglary in the second degree
New York Penal Law #145.14 Criminal tampering in the third degree.
New York Penal Law #155.05 Larceny
New York Penal Law #160.00 Robbery
New York Penal Law #160.05 Robbery in the third degree

New York Penal Law #165.40 Criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree
New York Penal Law #175.20 Tampering with public records in the second
New York Penal Law #195.00 Official misconduct
New York Penal Law #195.16 Obstructing emergency medical services
New York Penal Law #210.05 Perjury in the third degree
New York Penal Law #210.10 Perjury in the second degree
New York Penal Law #210.15 Perjury in the first degree
New York Penal Law #240.50 Falsely reporting an incident in the third degree
New York Penal Law #250.35 Failing to report criminal communications
New York Penal Law #460.20 Enterprise corruption.


All of this information can be found in more detail on my web site at http://www.personal.psedu/jph13/

1. The fate of the nation
On September 11, 2001, our country suffered the most devastating attack on its soil in our history. Two of our spectacular buildings were destroyed. About three thousand people died, including my next door neighbor.

We undertook the noble task of ridding the world of Jihad and restructuring Afghanistan and Iraq. Instead, as of February 14, 2010, we just have killed 5,332 and wounded 36,462 of our young men and women. We incarcerated suspected enemies without trials and introduced human torture. We established our own Gestapo with the pseudonym of Department of Homeland Security.

The Gestapo, in collusion with our courts, has stripped away our constitutional rights. We have lost the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 14th Amendments to the  U. S. Constitution.    We have become a subservient population.

Our economic system collapsed in 2007 because of the greed and recklessness of the business community. We elected Messiah Barack Obama as our President in 2008, because he promised us change we can live with. This change amounted to hiring the people who destroyed our economy to fix it. Their solution has been to in debt the American people of its remaining money and giving the money to the culprits who caused the problem. It is the largest Ponzi scheme in human history, and our progeny will pay dearly.

Our judicial system would make Hitler and Stalin blush.    The NY state courts and the  U. S. District Court have failed. So far the Circuit Court has not acted, and it should be allowed a little more time to render justice. The Grand Juries should be given time to render indictments. A judicial remedy is the most desirable. But if it fails to do so, there is no longer a legal remedy for our situation.

2. The state of the nation
The state of the union is desperate. Can our country be saved? Probably not. But we must make the effort. Our constitutional republic with its separation of powers was the best government ever established. I believe in what Abraham Lincoln said: “Our country is the last best hope for mankind. It must not perish from this earth.” Eugene McCarthy remarked
“What is morally necessary must be made politically possible.”

If we do nothing our country will collapse within a few years. Our money will be worthless. Unemployment will be extensive. Armed rebellion will be unavoidable. If this is the legacy you do not want to leave for your children, then join me in the struggle to recover the great country we once had. Otherwise your progeny will hate you forever.

President Kennedy warned us that “Those who make peaceful
revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” Do not consider armed rebellion. It does not work. If if fails, the government becomes more repressive. If it succeeds then the victors become the new tyrants. I am aware of only one armed rebellion that ever worked. That was the American revolution. It only worked because the people who ran the government after the revolution were the same ones running it before the revolution. I am not interested in this outcome.

3. Goals
I have been arrested 23 times and incarcerated 8 times. Based on my
arrest record, I am the number 1 criminal in the country. I am the most dangerous man in America because I intend to:

a. Restore the Bill of rights
b. End the prosecution of consensual acts involving mentally competent
c. Reduce the prison population
d. Reform the prisons

But I cannot do it without your help.

I am about to end my talk. At this point the speaker often asks for money to help finance his project. I do not need your money. I do not want your money. I want your minds and bodies. We will have to engage in massive acts of civil disobedience if we are to reclaim a free country. If you are interested in participating, or just being kept informed, please print your name and E-mail address on the sign-up sheet provided. I send a Tyranny Fighters E-mail progress report periodically which reaches several hundred people around the country.