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Shooting first
« on: May 14, 2012, 10:29 AM NHFT »

Shooting first
   Shooting the judges, government officials and maybe the editors cannot be the solution to stopping government wrongs when all other means of redress of grievance is complete.  There has to be in a civilized society a means to communicate when the dominant party feels they are in total control.  Freedom of Speech the precious gold that make the USA what it is for nothing can have any more value in a nation where the individual rights always comes first and foremost.  Freedom of Press where newspapers were seen as important was for the people to understand the facts of government wrongs and rights by making laws to protect just such communication avenues.  I as many US Military Veterans have physical and mental disabilities received in the line of duty of protecting and defending these rights documented in our Constitution.   Editors and government officials cannot be allowed to use these US Military disabilities as retribution to seek and obtain total control of any individual’s life.   Knowingly stopping medical care to induce suicide or violent criminal acts is not a solution we should take lightly.
   This opinion letter clearly states criminal wrongs by judges, government officials and editors and will be censored in defiance to support the diminishing of our Constitution.  The people have the right to learn that the NH Supreme Court refused to hear a case of government officials using the trusted power of government to take from local residents for the elected officials personal gains.  Judge Peter Fauver criminally violated the Constitution using the law to let the Madbury selectmen take for revenge and personal gain from local residents.  It is the individual’s responsibility no matter what government retribution is used to stop me to fight against such wrongs to my death.  It is the newspapers responsibility and legal obligation to print just such opinion letters of the individual of these government wrongs.  Judges, Government officials and editors are using criminal acts to keep the public ignorant by silencing freedom of speech.   They have pushed this 100% mental and physical combat related disabled US Military Veteran far beyond any humane limit and I still refuse to be violent.  Our government flatly refuses the Constitutional requirement to” Redress of Grievance” when government wrongs becomes so common by high ranking officials abolishing all that violate the original constitution to stop them from diminishing it is justifiable.  Shooting first is the solution to some harmed by these wrongs but that makes the public feel sorry for the dead government officials as the editors keep the public ignorant of the truth for it is going to happen again to more innocent individuals through greed of our leaders.  If this is the USA then why not talk publicly of these government wrongs once and for all. 
   Redress of Grievance is the publics guaranteed right and government officials cannot diminish that right in any manner.
   Why not talk before shooting is required.
Peter Macdonald Sgt USMC Semper Fi
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