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Mr. Crandall Goes to the State Supreme Court

He is the Defendant in a Car Insurance Case for refusal to purchase Car Insurance

Nov. 24, 2012 - PRLog -- He goes soon before the Tennessee Supreme Court to argue that his Rights under the Law and the Constitution protect him from forced purchases and other violations represented by the Tennessee Car Insurance Statute, and that he cannot victimize himself, in the sense of not wearing a seatbelt, because he is inside his Rights to risk or hazard his own person, and can't be criminal against himself. Click it or Ticket is an oxymoronic Statute with no victim. There can be no crime if there is no victim.

The Appellate Court said that his Rights and Liberties do not exceed the "police power of the State", and cited Booher vs. TN (a motorcycle helmet case). Mr. Crandall told me, that their ruling represents a simple choice by the Court between Liberty and Authority, and that under American Law on the books for a long time Liberty was supposed to win such a conflict.

He has motioned for a Jury Trail, to which he has a Right. He awaits a reply from the Court. he also mentioned that he plans to bring further action against the USA for unjust dismissal of his Federal Case.

His Books include "Down and Out in the Tennesee Hills", "Why Democracies Fall to Marxism", and a coming title "Halfway to Utopia".

Mr. Crandall also asked me to request Pro Bono Assistance from individual Lawyers and/or foundations or think tanks interested in protecting the Rights of Americans. Contact info. below.

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