The burden of proof is ON YOU! YOU made the accusation the home owner was, How did you put it "a bum"
so! go to the video and watch at the 6:25 through 6:40 mark. The people defending the property clearly state the man HAS PAID his mortgage.
so it would seem you are incorrect
I listened to the 6:25 mark through 6:40 mark and did not hear the legal reason why the sheriff was there. No mention of the actual cause is on the tape at all from what I can hear.
The tape seems editied and produced to entice the emotional side of the us against the them side of this issue without stating or producing "why" the server was there to begin with.
If the judge was and is wrong and is a self established government, them those folks need to do something about that and him.
But the gentlemen who rambles on about common law, the US is also based on common law, is just rambling on. Many towns in the US have the Judge and county clerk along with other duties as the same person due to budget restraints.
As long as the judge is following the law he can write out, issue the cause and serve it at the same time if need be.
Knowing the full cause of this situation would still be nice and I'm triggered that both sides of this issue is not shown, only the emotional side of protecting an innocent home owner against the awful judge.
Anybody have any further info?
"The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public's own money.
- Alexis de Toqueville, 1835
from what I can gather from the conversation this *seems* to be a right of emanate domain type issue. (thats just a wild ass guess on my part)
at 6:25 there is two guys that clearly state that the home owner has paid the bank, the main mouth piece and some one else say the bank has been paid.
The other thing that seem to be out of order, in this country (as we know) once an eviction order is given, the occupants are physically removed if they won't go. This guy seemed to give up pretty easily?
so something is going on. I agree some back ground information would be nice. It would have cleared things up if we knew why the HO'r was getting evicted.