Friday, January 26, 2007

Ed Brown is getting the recognition he so richly deserves....

"Ed Brown Is Only A Symptom"

"Open Murmurs, Government Silence, Disaffection Retrial: Possible
Peaceful Solution to the Brown Dilemma

Law represents the effort of man to organize society; governments, the efforts of selfishness to overthrow liberty.” - Henry Ward Beecher

"On January 12, Ed Brown of Plainfield, New Hampshire walked out of his federal criminal tax trial protesting what he claimed was the District Court’s unjust deprivation of his Rights to Due Process and a Fair Trial. He retreated to his rural home and publicly announced that he would resort to armed resistance if U.S. officials attempted to intercede or further deprive him his constitutionally protected Rights...."

"Unless the government can be forced, by some non-violent means (such as the retention of money) to recognize its constitutional obligation to respond to the People’s proper Petitions for Redress of constitutional torts, we can expect to see more people like Ed Brown willing to defend their Rights by violent means. Make no mistake: the government abhors opposition and will not voluntarily abandon its preference to act without accountability or constitutional restraint."

"Ed Brown’s case is not so much about tax evasion as it is about the failure of the government to respond to his Petitions for Redress of Grievances...."

See full article here.

Am very pleased to see that We The People Foundation has taken up interest in Ed Brown's case. Would be even more pleased to see quite a few others doing the same thing. For, Ed Brown's cause, for all intensive purposes, is the cause of all American people. Or, it damn well should be....


David Codrea said...

EDQ--why not start a webring like we did with Fincher?

E. David Quammen said...

Have thought of that. Something that keeps running through my mind is a Forum. That way, there would be a lot more ability to cover varying topics/events/people. What do you think?