Sunday, August 8, 2010

Jerry and Joe Kane: Heros or Villains/Villeins? (Updated 8-8-2010)

August 8, 2010 update:  More questions about the 'eye witness' account.  Click on PROOF OF MURDER & REENACTMENT BY WEST MEMPHIS POLICE.

On July 1, 2010 ABC News (finally) provided to the American people what is presumed to be "the official story" about what happened to Jerry and Joe Kane and two Arkansas policemen who were shot dead on May 20th.  But WHY is there such an emphasis on Jerry's claim to being "sovereign"? 

Because our constitutional Form of government is a contractual form of government Aren't ALL American's "sovereign"? 

If individual sovereignity was not the intent for the people of our nation, what would have motivated our individual and collective 'states' to implement the "castle doctrine"?


The American interpretation of this doctrine is largely derived from the English Common Law as it stood in the 1700s. In Book 4, Chapter 16 of William Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England, he says:

And the law of England has so particular and tender a regard to the immunity of a man's house, that it stiles it his castle, and will never suffer it to be violated with immunity: agreeing herein with the sentiments of ancient Rome, as expressed in the works of Tully; quid enim sanctius, quid omni religione munitius, quam domus unusquisque civium? For this reason no doors can in general be broken open to execute any civil process; though, in criminal causes, the public safety supersedes the private. Hence also in part arises the animadversion of the law upon eaves-droppers, nusancers, and incendiaries: and to this principal it must be assigned, that a man may assemble people together lawfully without danger of raising a riot, rout, or unlawful assembly, in order to protect and defend his house; which he is not permitted to do in any other case.

Could it be that history has repeated itself?  And that the sovereign people of our nation have been collectively schmoozed by the likes of Pharaoh Rikayon who "cunningly usurped the government of Egypt" by exacting "a tax from the dead"?

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Hear Donna Lee's telephone interview with Anna Marie at WMC TV-5 Memphis as you watch the following soundless video and ask your self if it jives with the "official story" being told more than one month after the event.

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Below is an e-mail from a Latino Journalist in San Francisco, and at KTHV, Little Rock, Arkansas you can read one of the official stories about Jerry and Joe Kane on their website.  KTHV's article is entitled West Memphis police shooting: Suspects Jerry, Joseph Kane

There is more posted to the forum.

--- On Sat, 5/22/10, wrote his personal testimony about Jerry:

I had the honor to have cooked dinner for Jerry and Joe Kane at my place in several occasions. And I did it as if I were doing it for a King and a Prince. They helped me save my rental housing unit from an Unlawful Detainer and from losing my newspaper business from a crook lawyer on a collection agency's lawsuit. The same occured to other Latinos who had the pleasure of meeting Jerry and Joe who also shared a dinner or lunch with them, and who were in great need of legal remedy. The two were inseparable.

Young attendants who came with their parents to some of Jerry's seminars in SF were delighted to see Joe, a young man of about their same age, talk so eloquenly about the law and history. He inspired this one young man, the son of a SF Police Officer, a couple of years ago. The youth, I was told by his father (who attended Jerry's seminar in several occasions), has been studying the law since then.

When Jerry was in the Bay Area, he lived on several occasions with Latino families. So fond was Joe of our culture, that he was learning Spanish. He spoke with me on several occasions and I corrected his pronounciation and taught him a few new words. I also taught Joe a couple times guitar notes... he seemed interested and was enjoying it. I regret I not giving him a guitar a was thinking of providing him with at the time.

I met Jerry and Joe in 2007.

He was a great man, a real human being who loved people and did everything he could to help others without interest for money."Give me for the gas and food and I will go there," he said when my friend Adiliawas about to lose her beautiful house in Lake Tahoe. And the same was at other occassions.

What the corporate news media is doing now, by interviewing the enemies of the Freedom Movementin the United States and publishing conflicting and inacurate information about Jerry Kane - which associate him with the evilness of racism - is with the intention of tainting a whole movement that is awakining from the tyrany of the elite bankers. What they are saying are pure lies. The Secod Amendment to the US Constitution clearly gives every American the license to own and carry a gun. And if Jerry owned one was because he feared for his life. And I have a feeling something extraordinary might have happened in that West Memphis highway on that day, in Arkansas, that caused the tragedy that killed the two police officers and Jerry and Joem and one of their two dogs.

Jerry, a legal seminarist, taught skills in how the people could defend themselves. He never advocated violence. His legal power was much powerful than firepower. But he felt the government wanted to silence him for uncovering the truth about mortagage fraud, information that is now filling up the court houses around the country by the people, and finding out that there is a legal remedy to their debts. And the goal of Jerry was that: teach as many as he could the tools for finding and executing their remedy.

In the name of all Latinos who benefited from the teaching and friendship of Jerry, may Jerry and Joe's souls rest in peace in the Kingdom of God.

Let's all send money donations to Donna Lee Kane to help her afford the expenses of transporting their bodies to Florida and to provide a Christian burial to our two brothers now physically dead.

Funds are now needed. Please send your contributions to:

Donna Lee c/o 501 N Madison Avenue Clearwater, Florida 33755 or Paypal to


A Latino journalist in San Francisco

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Consider the following:

Blacks Law Dictionary 6th Edition defines one's "legal name" as ". . . a given or baptismal name, usually assumed at birth, and a surname deriving from the common name of the parents." 

Except for the first letter, one's name is generally not capitalized.  So what would be the purpose of capitalizing one's name on any document?

Here are some 'doublespeak' reasons to 'capitalize' one's 'name'/'title':

Blacks Law Dictionary 6th Edition defines capitalization as representing " . . . the total amount of the various securities issued by a corporation. Capitalization may include bonds, debentures, preferred and common stock and surplus. Bonds and debentures are usually carried on the books of the issuing company in terms of their par or face value. . . . "

See, also The American Heritage Dictionary; Capitalization:
1. a. The practice or act of capitalizing.
    b. The sum that results from capitalizing.
2. a. The amounts and types of long-term financing used by a firm, including common stock, preferred stock, retained earnings, and long-term debt.
    b. The total par value or stated value of no-par capital stock issues.
3. The use of capital letters in writing or printing.

Because 'Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness (inclusive of "absolute ownership" of property)' is "unalienable"; ALL LAW IS CONTRACTUAL.   'BAR - NONE.'  (Yes. A pun was indeed intended.)

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From Bouvier's Law Dictionary 1856 Edition:

VILLAIN., An epithet used to cast contempt and contumely on the person to whom it is applied.

     2. To call a man a villain in a letter written to a third person, will entitle him to an action without proof of special damages. 1 Bos. & Pull. 331.

VILLEIN, Engl. law. A species of slave during the feudal times.'

     2. The feudal villein of the lowest order was unprotected as to property, and subjected to the post ignoble services; but his circumstances were very different from the slave of the southern states, for no person was, in the eye of the law, a villein, except as to his master; in relation to all other persons he was a freeman. Litt. Ten. s. 189, 190; Hallam's View of the Middle Ages, vol. i. 122, 124; vol. ii. 199.

VILLENOUS JUDGMENT, punishments. In the English law it was a judgment given by the common law in attaint, or in cases of conspiracy.

     2. Its effects were to make the object of it lose his liberam legem, and become infamous. He forfeited his goods and chattels, and his lands during life; and this barbarous judgment further required that his lands should be wasted, his houses razed, his trees rooted up, and that his body should be cast into-prison. He 'could not be a juror or witness. Burr. 996, 1027; 4 Bl. Com. 136.