Monday, October 30, 2017
Tonight on T. S. Radio with Marti Oakley: Abolishing Probate #5: Congress's Failure to Act—A Tort
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A Constitutional Tort is needed to hold Congress's both Federal and State, for Failure to Act to protect the public from the targeting of the elderly, the ensuing kidnapping, imprisonment and isolation, and the theft of estates. The failure of Congress on the Federal level to re-organize the courts, to abolish the probate system, and to secure the Constitutional natural rights and liberties of the people is unforgivable.
Our legislative branches have the Constitutional authority to abolish the probate system, yet they have failed to act to protect the people.
Inferior Courts Clause Art 111 Sect. 2 Clause 1
The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
Congress has unconstitutionally ceded its power and authority to make laws pertaining to predatory guardianships, to the DOJ. This is a clear violation of the Separation of Powers doctrine.
Check your state Constitution also for the authority to organize the courts at the state level.
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