Ron Johnson 
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Re: “Legal Theft, Part I

Oh ya,.... They can't!

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Posted by Ron Johnson on 09/03/2016 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Legal Theft, Part I

Get permission to steal from the public.... Get a job, uniform and a badge from a government law enforcement agency and you are good to go.
Civil forfeiture have increased 4000% in the last 25 years due to law enforcement seizure and forfeiture. The institute of justice found that over 80% of items seize, forfeited and sold was from innocent members of the community never charged with any crimininal acts. The fact is that law enforcement agencies confiscate property from people not committing any crimes, sell these innocent people's personal and business property, then deposit the money generated into their person budgets which should be considered stealing and a conflict of interest because they financially benefit from their unlawful actions against the citizens they are sworn to protect. Arizona law enforcement have become the perfect description of actions described in accordance to Arizona RICO law violations.
However, since they consider marijuana a schedule I Narcodic drug as dangerous as heroine, it would be appropriate the unlawful stealing of an innocent citizen's property under the guise of Civil Forfeiture law is not a violation of "racketeering in organized crime" by law enforcement.... It is just a friendly armed robbery by the public servants paid to protect us from cartels and the mafia from committing such crimes against individual hard working citizens, whom are helpless to protect themselves from this government tyranny.
Mr. "Joe Public" needs to remember that their property has No Rights when defending themselves. The police have no legal expenses when prosecuting property seizure and forfeitures.... While on the other hand, you or your property have the burden of financing a defense to protect its return. Consequently, to pay an attorney in these matters are more expensive than the value of the property stolen by the police, this it it cost prohibited in trying to defend and seek return of your property. How can the public protect themselves from these unlawful and unethical government actions?

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Posted by Ron Johnson on 09/03/2016 at 8:07 AM

Re: “Legal Theft, Part I

The police were under an Order of the Court to return Mr. Johnson's seized property but never did.... Instead they sold it and split the proceeds of the sale of the items and failed to return not one single piece of Mr Johnson's property as per Order of the Court, but rather they deposited the funds equally into each of their budget accounts, Mr. Johnson was never reimbursed nor return any of his property from the police.
So this is a good lesson for future criminals, get a uniform and a badge first, whereby laws don't apply to you when stealing, hurting and robbing the public.

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Posted by Ron Johnson on 09/02/2016 at 5:12 PM

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