Reply To: Penn. Supreme Court nixes lifetime registration for some


Heres the difference between what a real U.S. Supreme Ct. and our current U.S. Supreme Ct. Would have said about the illegal and unconstitutional SORA’s.

The U.S.Supreme Ct. In Hensley v. Municipal Court, 411 u.S 345 at 51, 93 S.Ct. at 1575, defined the following to mean custody of a person, ‘First, he is subject to restraints ‘not shared by the public generally, “that is, the obligation to appear, at all times and places as ordered by any court or magistrate of competent jurisdiction. ” He cannot come and go as he pleases, his freedom of movement rests in the hands of state judicial officers who may demand his presence at any time within a moments notice, disobedience is itself a criminal offense”. SORA’s demand every day, every 10 day, every 90 day and yearly registration, a person under the custody of a sora cannot come and go freely, cannot obtain a residence, employment, attend schools, have a license, own or use vehicles, have a phone number without having to tell a court. The cannot leave state without first notifying a court they are leaving, and must also report the move to state they are moving to or go to prison.these are called restraints of liberty, suspicion less searches, requiring oral, verbal, and handwritten admissions and testimonial evidence to self incriminate that person, and is identical to all other state sanctioned continuums of punishment.

The current excuse for a U.S. Supreme Ct. and specifically justice kennedy claimed, “the act does not subject respondents to an affirmative disability or restraint, and so does not resemble imprisonment. This does not include all of the thousands of state laws resulting in restraints related to housing, employment, parks, schools, etc. Now which court do you believe knows the law and which one is a fraud?

A SORA applies a state continuum of punishment, a person is in custody, you must appear at particular places and times, through direct consequences and direct burdens, are subject to suspicionless searches and seizures, it imposes physical restraints, it permits substitutes for police officers through mailed verification forms, and these are warrantless entries. And you must comply or go to prison. You must provide all of the labor and services to the state, pay for all costs of registering and providing all of the labor, services, and information related to your image. There is a definition for this provided by federal law.

Chapter 77, 18 U.S.C. 1589, FORCED LABOR. It states, whoever knowingly provides or obtains the labor or services of a person by any one of, or by any combination of, the following means, 1. By means of force, threats of force, physical restraint, or threats of physical restraint to that person or another person, 2. By means of serious harm or threats of harm to that person or another person, 3. By means of abuse of law or legal process, and 4. By means of any scheme, plan or pattern intended to cause the person to believe that, if that person did not perform such labor or services that person would suffer serious harm or physical restraint.

All of this is done when any person in this country can access every bit of the information simply by typing your name into a computer, phone or other internet device. And the government is already using state and federal agencies to know the same information through tax, employment, social security, and social services, and health agencies.

I don’t know what you know about the law, but I know enough to see that a SORA is nothing more than forced labor and slavery.

They say justice is blind, well in this case its true.