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"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Hash that genome. You get the unique code that identifies. That genome not to be confused with other forms of hash, right? Confused, they hear that. And then you put that hash which is a unique number that specifically identifies that type of plant onto the blockchain to say we made this at this time. He exactly okay. And and the government of China has recently, the supreme court China has recently recognized blockchain no relation as in fact, a legal form of notation. We spent the same thing to happen the United States, right? And this is actually comes back to something. We were talking with Randy Kelton about yesterday of how blockchain is going to help free people from the government and allow us to do our own thing without having to ask. Their permission used up to go to a government notary in order to get things notarized. Now, you can just do your own thing. That's right. That's right. And this also is a an interesting form of sharing that you. Connect me down when many people are putting these genomes public. They're actually creating like a cannabis linked in in many ways where were growers can look for strains that are very close to. There's strains that are very distant from there's and that helps them get in touch with people that have unique genetics, and they might be able to then make additional crosses. So. Genetics is a really interesting barcode. If you will because it gives so much information about the heritage ability of the plant. It's so cool to see all this happened. I mean, I know a lot about, you know, the the black market dealings of cannabis from back in the nineties in the odds when you know, you just kind of took whatever you could get, and then you, you know, you got it out there. Now, there's so much research going on this, and it's just getting started, right? Like, this is just getting started. In fact, the first United surveys of like, hundreds of thousands of plants have shown that this indicates the TV nomenclature system, we have is is actually all rubbish. Really? Yes. There's no correlation with Indika institute, the labeling to the actual genetic ancestry of the plants. Okay. So this means we so throw all that out throw all that out of one time been real, but they've been so inter interbred in the black markets now that we really can't utilize that as an indicator of the chemo type of the plant. Okay. What type of canal chirpiness is express don't really have any correlation between indicator sativa? So you just have to break it down. You gotta look at the we.

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05:39 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"France. It is right now. Fifth does well as I've explained before we actually record these shows when we're on the road normally freetalklive is alive. Programme open phones. But we don't have phones because we're on the road, and we're recording. But that's okay. There's plenty of interesting people to talk to here in beautiful Austin, Texas, where the Texas bitcoin conference is in its fourth year. It's moved from different venues every single year. So we're at a new venue, the AT and T conference center here at the university campus right in the center of Austin, not far from the capitol building. We're taking a nice walk. There was a nice after party last night. And it's been great and things are getting started. Here this morning on Sunday. Joining me, another talk show host is here at the event one that I became aware of several years ago when we used to have Sam Dodson on our show longtime listeners will remember Sam he made the move here to or made the move to New Hampshire four-time here too keen where we where we live and normally do the show and he. Followed a guy who had a radio show named Randy Kelton. And I met you yesterday. Randy. It's nice to finally meet you. It's nice to meet you too. Yeah. And Sam was kind of a a student of yours followed a lot of the stuff that you you taught about the law, and you know, how to give the government agents a real hard time in a lot of ways. Exactly, I do a show out of New York radio network and pastor massive talks about our shows about us being the most pro government people on radio really not take on public officials. But I am pro government. Okay. Tell me about that. It is my position that everybody should follow law, including my public officials, especially my public officials. They are terrible. At that, though. Randy. I mean, they don't follow their own rules that most of them don't even know their own. It's exactly the case. Once sued Denton county, Texas. Okay. I sued Denton county, Texas. I sued twenty four litigants. I sued all twenty four litigants for following policy. Tell me what that means. They're following policy. They followed policy versus the law. The law commanded they do one thing. They did something else. And all they huffed and puffed and I said guys shoot the messenger. I didn't write the law. I just read it well loses. How we do it. Yeah. See how you're doing. Now, when you say law is that statutes or is lost something else that shoot and case law. The statues are not written. So that they cover every potential possibility that could occur came. So you go into court using statute. And here's what the judge is required to do. The judge has a duty to determine the facts in accordance with the rules of evidence. Then apply the laws that comes to him to the to the facts in the case. So when you go to court, I told people never make a proactive statement of law out of your own mouth. You must always make proactive statements of law out of the mouth of the courts or the legislature. When you say a proactive statement of law. Do you mean like an interpretation or you're supposed to do? This don't ever tell me you're supposed to do this. Also has to do that. I go down and I asked to see some records, and I tell the clerk I wanna see all of the warrants have been issued by this judge in the last six months that have been issued and served in accordance with fifteen point one six code of criminal procedure. I get an old crappo LA, Texas, Texas code of criminal procedure. I tell them this is what I want in accordance with this law. Never just tell them that they have to do this or they have to do that. But because when you're making a request based on that they are supposed to. They're obligated purportedly to to follow it. Exactly. And and I have this one rule that I tell everybody what I do is. I try to show people how to deal with public officials. How to be the master of the servant. When you walk into a courthouse or public building your motor scooter in a building if you know what you're doing. Those officials are going to do everything they can to keep you from knowing that. But once you understand it because they sure don't act like they serve you. So we have these tools and one of my rules is never ask a public official to do anything that you actually want them to do. Okay. Because you never ask a public official to do anything that the law does not command him to do. So when he doesn't do it. Then you ton of bricks. We got this cool statute everybody should have memorized. Every state has a statute that reflects the Ku Klux Klan act. Okay. A lot of people have heard of the Ku Klux Klan act. I have not under forty two US code nine hundred eighty three. So it's federal forty US code nineteen Eighty-three was passed in eighteen seventy one as the Ku Klux Klan act and everybody.

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"randy kelton" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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09:13 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"We'll be broadcasting from the event once again, we're back with Randy Kelton Randy had asked you. You know, these stories are so entertaining, and we can just keep on going. I'm sure and it's it's really fun to listen to love. I love it. When you know, you're holding these court bureaucrats accountable, and I said, well, did you ever actually get to the grand jury, and you started to tell story about a guy that you had filed a habeas corpus petition on? Judge addressed addressed you in the courtroom shortly after you filed it apparently. And basically said he wasn't going to do anything with it because you weren't an attorney. And that's where we left that store and eleven point fifty one Texas code of criminal procedure says a habeas corpus may be filed by the accused the counsel for the accused or any credible person equitable person, the state of Texas in almost every state is defined as a person over the age of eighteen never convicted. A felony. I was credible by definition. No matter what the judge thought. Right. I attempted to exercise a statutory. Right. The judge denied me in that. Right. Under thirty nine zero three penal code clear. So Bailey for the rest of this is an important story because it's not about law. It taught me a valuable lesson about politics. Well, he refused to arrest. So I made up a complaint against this judge. What happened was when I told the judge Amanda bailiff mister Baileys, I need you to take your chicken suit off. Anybody who is going to take on public officials needs to understand this statement? You always ask the Bailey for the policemen to take his chicken shoot off. And it sounds really dumb doesn't it. But what the officers gonna want to do is accuse you of being agitated Mansfield, Texas. Same day a pool that. The trick on the judge. I went to the Mansfield police to have them arrested judge because the bailiff wouldn't do it and the officer got real excited. One of these types skin tattooed too much anabolic steroid guys, and I told him to take his chicken suit off. He was so furious. He was shaking. A friend of mine called me. He said what were you doing in Mansfield yesterday mine, and my business, can well, my brother who was the Mansfield city attorney said that officer told him you were agitated. I said can't ask Craig to ask that officer. If I got agitated before I ask him to take his chicken suit off or after. He said you ask you desk him that. I said, I always ask them that. That's because whenever you're in front of one of these officials always keep in mind what we'll play well before a grand jury of my peers. And when they accused me of being agitated, and I tell him ask him to take his cheek consumed off it just discredit so so I did this to the bailiff here. He refused, and I told him by life was filled with little decisions we all get to make some when he absolutely refused to judge set there and kept his mouth shut I've done this about a half a dozen times in court. And never once has the judge opened his mouth because he knew and at that point. He knew I knew one word out of him while I'm making a criminal accusation to the court security officer against him. Witness tampering obstruction, both of them felonies. So judge kept his mouth shut when the bailiff absolutely refused. The judge picked up the gavel. And he said, Mr. bailiff, I'm sorry. He didn't pick it up yet. He said Mr. Bailey, Mr Clinton does leave the courtroom your to arrest him. With all due respect your honor. That's cheating. He picked up the Gallic gavel held it up and said, maybe, but I got the gavel. Point turn to the bane of you. Come with me stormed out of the courtroom. Why was so much fun? Then I made a criminal complaint against him and took it to the Texas court of criminal appeals against the judge against the judge and took the habeas Texas court of criminal appeals in Texas. We have two high courts supreme handle civil court of criminal peels handles criminal. So I take it to the court equipment appeals and the clerk said, well, you have to file a motion for leave to file you kidding me. This is a habeas the great writ the writ of right? This court has no power to grant or deny leave. He said, well, I can't take it without it. Wow. Not my fight. I'm trying to get this kid out of jail. So I filed a motion for leave. I filed habeas. Next day. They deny my habe deny me leave to file a habeas. The next day. I went to the grand jury with criminal charges against all of them. It took a year. And finally, the prosecuting attorney gave my criminal complaints against the highest judges in Texas to the court of Criminal Appeal to the grand jury, and I thought it was all of my eloquent over a Tory in all the pressure. I'd put on my bushwack the head criminal district. Judge in Travis county with these criminal complaints. I thought it was all this stuff. I went in with camera. Crews just did all kinds of crap. Had nothing to do with any of that was important lesson. You will never get public officials to be afraid of you. What you will get them to do is be afraid that you will create cannon fodder that one of their political enemies can use against them. Ronal Twenty-five-year district attorney not running for office. Again. He's a democrat all nine of these judges are Republicans dirty rotten scoundrel took my complaints tried to use them. As cannon fodder to take those judges out with him. The grand jury got my complaints the first day in office. Wow. They know build their last day in office these nine judges sit there for set there for three months wondering if their careers going to tomorrow. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. They can do about it. It's interesting that you were able to actually get a complaint taken by because you know, you can't bring a complaint direct to a grand jury at least not in New Hampshire that I'm aware of how to help you reach them because you have to go through this district attorney. You gotta go where I don't know. The hell you get to them. They've got them protected. Oh, that's okay. You don't have to get to the grand jury. It's about boxing them up. Defended the same way. So what I do is I make up a criminal complaint against the bad guys. And I sent him to the prosecuting attorney. And he doesn't give them to the grand. Jury course snuff. So makeup criminal complaints against the district attorney link from prosecution. Who do you give that to mail it to the format of the grand jury at the district attorney's address. Registered restricted only the form and consigned for it. And it goes to the mail room to Guyana mailroom at minimum wage damps. It prosecutor gets it. He opens it up. He's looking at criminal complaints against himself. Right. Hoping that he wasn't supposed to open, and he looks at it me says scoundrels set me up this, right? We do. So what are you gonna do? Now. Bubba next step is the feds you're going to grand jury or do we go the feds under thirteen point forty-one eighteen years ago, thirteen forty one? Interfere with the public mail. It's about making everything they do. Caused things to be worse. Yeah. And they will never stop fighting. You. This time when you take them on they will fight you all the way to the US supreme. But the next time you come to him, they get this. And they say I just had a friend of mine from Dallas county sand a criminal complaint against the foreman of the grand jury in Tarrant county, which is Fort Worth you wanna stick with us. Yes. Iran accountants here rule of law radio dot com. That's his website. This is free talk live. We're here at the Texas bitcoin conference, and I love a per person. Who's actually got courtroom experience who's actually tried the things he talks about it's rare to find somebody like this is free talk..

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"randy kelton" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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10:50 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Is free talk live where the Texas bitcoin conference. It is day. Number two, great events full of interesting people, including somebody I didn't expect to meet here. Randy Kelton from rule of law radio rule of law radio dot com. It's a show he does once or twice a week here in the Austin Texas area, and I've been doing it for a long time. Haven't you Randy? But twelve years that's a good run for for a radio show. In fact, we can talk more about the show here in a little bit. But you've been telling courtroom stories, and you got your you've got some experience, man. And I appreciate where you're coming from on this trying to hold these government bureaucrats accountable for not following their own rules. Basically, there are a lot of guys out there that the what we call part of the patriot mythology movement, and they suggest people do things that they've never done. Right, right. They wanna see other people try their exerience out. I am very concerned about people's liberty. So I don't suggest people do anything unless I've already done it. Good for you, man. We've had these guys call in our show over the years doing the same thing. Trying to trying to pitch an idea. And I always ask them have you done this and almost every single time not a single one. I've done a lot of research. Good luck with your research to broken collar bones, three dislocated, ribs, broken elbow and a tooth knocked out been there done that from trying out some of the things I know a lot of things not to do Friday. I'll tell you learn what not to do. Right. So you were telling us the story you were in a courtroom to help a friend. I think and you'd filed a some kind of motion with the judge we were stopping any vixen to challenge subject matter jurisdiction. And the judge said I don't want to read that or whatever he admitted that he hadn't read it and said he is denying your motion without having read it, and then you you call the male if closed my folder told the judge were done here walked to the bar pointed at the bailiff, you come with me stormed out of the courtroom. The got out of the courtroom, the bailiff said, what can I do for you? Mr. Galvin, the need you to arrest. A judge. Why would I rest to judge class A misdemeanor Fisher repression criminal violation thirty nine zero three penal code in that he failed former duty. Here's a choir to perform in the process denied full free access to enjoyment. Right. He said, well, Mr. lamb what? Right. Did he deny you in? He denied me and accommodation under the Americans have Disabilities Act. Right. Because you'd ask for a hearing aid. The Bailey said will why didn't you tell the judge about the American disabilities? Act. Heck if I'd have done that he might have turned the sound up. The valley stood. There is green come across his face. So you said he was a sucker for that. That's what he gets real a smarter. That got around the county. And after that if I walked into a courthouse in Tarrant or Dallas county all of the Bela's poof, they don't wanna see you. They question they did not want to see me. But I got a big surprise two days later, I was at a political rally and thought I recognized this security guy when I came in and floating around the pavilion, and he came up to me. And it was that bailiff. He said, Mr. Kelsen, I'm custom guys I'd like you to meet. Explain why we're walking over there there Bayless from around the county, and they do security at these functions to make extra money. I've seen him doing that New Hampshire to he brings me in the room. And he said, this is the guy that setup Hayes all of these Bailey's ran over. Oh, wow. That's great. They can these judges. Now, we go into court, and we think the bailiff is to Jack booted thugs, but everybody's human beings here. This bailiff human being every policeman. No became a policeman. So he could be a good guy. So he could help people. Yeah. I imagine some of these judges treat these bailiffs trash. Oh, they all treat on my trash and the bailiffs stands there and watches the judge screw one person after another, and they hate it. But there's nothing new about it. Right. Then I come in and stick it to a judge. And these guys are just thrilled is a good education for me. Yeah. Bet in doing what I do. Bad guys here. Everything is wrong in this system. And there's not some individual that we can single out and and vilify beyond all redemption. And in rail and righteous indignation. Bad guys here. Not the judges not the prosecutors not to police. This is a system they did not create. They got in the business and found it wasn't what they thought it was. And they were trapped inside it quit if they want it. But hey, the money's good. You're going to quit your job because you don't like you get once you get yourself committed to a career you kinda stuck in. Sure lawyers. If there's a bad guy you. Well, it's you and me. Because the first we are we are citizens in a Republic. And we ask our police to police us to keep us from doing stupid things or get us hurt or get somebody else hurt. And we don't return the favor. You mean to police the police the police it's our job? I think of my public officials like I do my grandkids. I loved him dearly. But sometimes they behave badly. Most of the time runs out on the road. I'm fixing to tan his ad. It's not out of anger or avarice. It's about keeping them in line. And the best way to go after these guys it's not wait until they do something horrendous. Coke. So stepping across this tiny little line. They land on a black a ton of bricks. Now, they get worried. How do I keep this from happening next time? When since I've been doing this show. If you don't know where you're going you good chance you'll wind up somewhere else. Sure. I have a goal. The goal has always been to place every judge in the country in a position such that. When he steps out behind the bench and looks out across the bar at the gallery. I want him wondering wish whi- which one. Out there waiting to be rendered ruling. You don't like to run down grand jury indicted. That will change everything I'm here at this bitcoin conference because I have the tool to get that done with. We're gonna change everything. I love the idea of holding these bureaucrats accountable because it seems like such an impossible task. I guess I'm curious to know, the the stories are great. But did you ever get to the grand jury on? We asked people I. About five years ago. I filed a habeas corpus for a kid in Conroe. This Republic of Texas group came to me, they're telling him what to do to successor succession group. Yes. As morons. They called me to do a speech there once and did you guys want to replace the government with your Republican Texas group will who here knows how to keep the hospitals running who here knows how to keep a state running you want to get rid of everything we've got and replace it. So what are you going to replace it with? I'm going to suggest to you. Then instead of get rid of what we got let's fix. What we've got how many of you guys who are complaining about the government doing all these things wrong have written out criminal complaints and sign your name to it. Taking it down to the courts, not one single one. They never wanted me to come back. So they come to me because this kid's in jail doing what they're saying. He's lost his truck. He's lost his carpenter equipment. He's lost his apartment. He's lost everything. So I look at what went on a rota habeas corpus took it to Conroe folly. With the clerk and ask her. Are you going to give this to the judge or do I need to do it? Otherwise, she had just buried this is the criminal complaint habeas missed out. Okay. So she told me she would give it to the judge which one she told me that I went and sat in a courtroom. They were having a murder trial the interviewed finished examining, a witness Cinta Basant, the everybody out since the jury and the judge said are you Ronald Felton haram? Did you follow this habeas? Yes. Your honor? I did sit. Are you an attorney who know judge I sleep well at night and keep has thank you very much. Well, he didn't take that. Well. Because he's an attorney. He said, Mr. Kelton teacher, not an attorney. I'm not going to accept this habeas. A turn to the beta fish too bailiffs. Did you hear that? Yes. Mr coward. I did arrest that judge. Got real quiet in there. Why can't arrest of judge? Hold on. I want to continue this here in moments ready killing his with us from rule of law radio where you're at the Texas bitcoin conference, and there's more coming up here on free talk live. We have some good news. The indictments against raw in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire. This was a serious allegation at Ross outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury putt was trumpeted by the federal government and the media as if it were proven fact, the Maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations together all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial. Judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development the dropped. Indictment will not set Ross free. Now, a presidential pardon is Ross has only hope of freedom sign the petition at free Ross dot org free Ross dot org. The United States of empire.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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07:43 min | 2 years ago

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"That's freedoms Phoenix dot com. As we continue here with Randy Kelton who is with us to talk about. And I say us Mark was sick last night. So we're not gonna not gonna hear from him. Today's not feeling so good. But anyway, Randy you were just telling us about how you believe in the law, and that you follow the law you the government agents to follow the law as well. And you seem to have done quite a bit of research. You know, your stuff you were just telling us about a story from courthouse in Arlington, Texas. Do this all the time. So it's real common. Yeah. Just to recap for our listeners just tuning in. You're in the courthouse. The lady one of the clerks denies you access to some court documents and claiming all you're not an attorney. And then so you call the police or actually called a bailiff over he refused to arrest. Her see then called nine one one on both the bailiff and the the woman police showed up, and that's where we kind of picked up for left off your story. And here's where you get to see the police do this little chicken dance. You've called nine one one and that's been recorded. They can't do anything about that. Right. So you're the victim you're being accosted by bad guys. And you call this policemen to affect remedy, but he gets there and he finds out at some of his buddies. Yep. So he's not gonna do anything. He he didn't want to. But he's in this spot. So you watch him in he'll start shifting from one foot to the other the chicken. Yeah. You see a chicken win. They're they're afraid they'll shift to one foot to the other. So they start doing this little chicken as well missed count, and I can't arrest him. So she can just throw the cuffs on him and dragged off to jail. Goes right down the road. The policeman will refuse to arrest him. And I tell them well life is filled with little decisions we all get to make some you're turn are you going to perform your duty as prescribed by article two point one three code of criminal procedure. Or are you gonna she'll these guys from prosecution in violation of thirty eight. Oh, five penal code and that one's a felony. Here. Call. And then I get to stand there and granted him because I want him to understand. I set you up Bubba did this on purpose asset them up. So you could do something really stupid. Now. Do you want to get more stupid or do you won't get smarter? And NATO me that well if you have a complaint, you you need to file that with district attorney. No, no, no, no. I need to file that with a grand jury. So you need to consider what you're doing and consider how that's gonna play in front of a grand jury of my peers. So your turn decide you don't do it. We'll go to the next step. I got the Texas Rangers number. We'll call them next is that the state police here in Texas Rangers. A little bit of a long story of why? Well, I don't wanna get another long story. Too long in Texas. Rangers are the if you have a complaint against a public official. The net specifically goes to the public integrity unit of the Texas Rangers the highway patrol is the state police and the Texas. Rangers is a division of the highway patrol. Okay. But they have begins begins bidding given specific authority to investigate public officials. So you stand in front of this cop, you give them the choice. Then what happens then, they always refuse, of course. And this is great. You know, they're going to, you know, ask a public official to do anything. We actually want him to do. Because now you wanna be able to file against this public official for following policy. So you follow gives him with his boss. The chief of police and the chief of police refuse to do anything. At least we hope he does. Then we file against the chief of police the police officer debate clerk with the district attorney and under Texas code. We have a specific statute that tells the district attorney would he's made no matter that a public official has violated law relate to his office. He shall reduced to complain to an information. The grand jury no discretion shall meaning. He has to sell does not mean may matter gain if he wants to write means must. He will never do that. Collegiate we hope he doesn't. Because then we make up a criminal complaint against the district attorney and file it with the Texas Rangers. God how long is this taking all of this Jimmy takes a few weeks to work through the system. But this is the way that it's somewhat different in other states. But essentially the same process you ask a public officials to do something that they don't wanna do. They want to protect their buddies. And they're all part of this good old boy system. Sure. So you use that against them. You wanna protect your buddy who's going to protect you. 'cause I'm setting you up. In the county. I in in Dallas Fort Worth Dallas is Tarrant and Dallas counties, you go into court there and mentioned my name. And it got tents from the most innocuous thing. I was in court with a friend of mine, we're helping people stop for closures and David had his hearing. I miss judge as Mansfield, Texas, real arrogant jerk. So David goes up to have his hearing. And I walked up to the bar just stood there. The judge finally looked up and said can I help you said, yes your honor? My name's Randy Kelvin ever hearing deficiency missed account and what's wrong with your hearing. So georgia. Down in Mexico. The other day and drink too, much, cheap, tequila and lost. My hearing aid. Line ahead. It my pocket. He said, well, why are you telling me this? I said do you have accommodation for the hearing impaired? No, I do not see you have a sound system in here. Will you turn it up? No, I will not well in will you speak up. And he did. Okay. Does bailey. Feted sale shut up. Throw me out of the courtroom. So came time for my hearing started to hearing objection. I'm here at arm's length to the court. I have a challenge to subject matter jurisdiction before the court. Yes, Mr company dismount at twenty minutes ago about thirty pages. Yes. You're honors matter of fact that bid well, I'm going to deny that. So you go deny that without even reading it. Yes. I am closed. My folder we're done here. I walked to the bar, and I pointed the bailiff you come with me stormed out of the courtroom. Debate live comes out. What can I do for you, Mr. Celtics arrest, the judge? Well, why would I rest to judge class A misdemeanor official pressured criminal violation thirty nine zero three penal code in that he failed. Dude. He is quite form an processed diabetes, which is to say his duty would have been to read the motion that you'd file no not that one. The hearing aid. He said what dude he did he refuse to perform hold that thought? I want to hear the rest of it here..

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"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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10:49 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Live where the Texas bitcoin conference. It is day. Number two, great events full of interesting people, including somebody I didn't expect to meet here. Randy Kelton from rule of law radio rule of law radio dot com. It's a show he does once or twice a week here in the Austin Texas area, and I've been doing it for a long time. Haven't you Randy about twelve years? That's a good run for for radio show. In fact, we could talk more about the show here in a little bit. But you've been telling courtroom stories, and you got your you've got some experience, man. And I appreciate where you're coming from on this trying to hold these government bureaucrats accountable for not following their own rules. Basically, there are a lot of guys out there that the what we call part of the patriot mythology movement, and they suggest people do things that they've never done. Right, right. They wanna see other people try their exerience out. I am very concerned about people's liberty. Yeah. So I don't suggest people do anything unless I've already done it. Good for you, man. We've had these guys call in our show over the years doing the same thing. Trying to trying to pitch an idea. And I always ask them have you done this and almost every single time not a single one. I've done a lot of research. Good luck with your research to broken collar bones, three dislocated, ribs, broken elbow and a tooth knocked out been there done that from trying out some of the things I know a lot of things not to do. Right. I'll tell you learn what not to do. Right. So you were telling us the story you were in a courtroom to help a friend. I think and you'd filed a some kind of motion with the judge we were stopping vixen to challenge subject matter jurisdiction. And the judge said I don't want to read that or whatever he admitted that he hadn't read it and said he is denying your motion without having read it, and then you you call the bailiff closed. My folder told the judge were done here walked to the bar pointed at the bailiff you come with me stormed out of the courtroom. And the get out of the courtroom, the bailiff said, what can I do need you to judge? Why would I rest a judge class A misdemeanor Fisher pressured criminal violation thirty nine zero three penal code in that he failed due to here's acquired to perform in the process denied made the full free access to enjoyment. Right. He said, we'll Mr. Keltoum. What? Right. Did he deny you in? He denied me and accommodation under the American Disabilities Act. Right. Because you'd ask for a hearing aid. The Bailey said, well, why didn't you tell the judge about the American disabilities? Act. Heck if I'd have done that he might have turned the sound up. The valley stood there. This green come across his face. So you said, yeah, he was a sucker for that. That's what he gets for being a smarter. That got around the county. And after that if I walked into a courthouse in Tarrant or Dallas county all of the Bela's poof, they're going to see you. Question. They did not want to see me. But I got a big surprise two days later. I was at a political rally. And thought I recognized the security guy when I came in and floating around the pavilion, and he came up to me, and it was that bailiff. Yeah. He said, Mr. calcium. Custom guys. I'd like you to meet. Explain why we're walking over there that they're Bayless from around the county, and they do security at these functions to make extra money. I've seen him doing that New Hampshire to he brings me in the room. And he said, this is the guy that setup Hayes all of these Bailey's ran over. Oh, wow. That's great. They like can these judges? Now, we go into court, and we think the bailiff is the jack-booted, Doug. But everybody's human beings here. This bailiffs human being every policeman. No became a policeman. So he could be a good guy. So he could help people. Yeah. I imagine some of these judges treat these bailiffs like trash, oh, they all treat on my trash and the bailiffs stands there and watches the judge screw one person after another, and they hate it. But there's nothing new about it. Right. Then I come in and stick it to a judge. And these guys are just thrilled a good education for me. Yeah. Bet in doing what I do. Know bad guys here. Everything is wrong in this system. And there's not some individual that we can single out and vilify beyond all redemption. And then rail at and righteous indignation. Bad guys here. Not the judges not the prosecutors not to police. This is a system they did not create. They got in the business and found it wasn't what they thought it was. And they were trapped inside it. Like, you quit if they want it. But hey, the money's good. You're going to quit your job because you don't like once you get yourself committed to a career you're kind of stuck in it. Sure. Lawyers. If there's a bad guy you. Well, it's you and me. Because the first we are we are citizens in a Republic. And we ask our police to police us to keep us from doing stupid things or get us hurt or get somebody else hurt. We don't return the favor. You mean to police the police least the police it's our job. I think of my public officials like I do my grandkids. I love them dearly. But sometimes they behave badly. Most of the time runs out on the road. I'm fixing to tan his is it's not out of anger or avarice. It's about keeping them in line. And the best way to go after these guys it's not wait until they do something horrendous. Coke so MandA stepping across this tiny little line then land on him like a ton of bricks. Now, they get worried. How do I keep this from happening next time? When I since I've been doing this show. If you don't know where you're going you good chance you'll wind up somewhere else. Sure. I have a goal. The goal has always been to place every judge in the country in a position such that. When he steps out behind the bench and looks out across the bar at the gallery. I want him wondering wish whi- which one. Exact there waiting for me render. Ruling you don't run down grand jury indicted. That will change everything I'm here at this bitcoin conference because I have the tool to get that done with we're gonna change everything. I love the idea of holding these bureaucrats accountable because it seems like such an impossible task. And I guess I'm curious to know the stories are great. But did you ever get to the grand jury on? We ask people. I. About five years ago. I filed a habeas corpus for a kid in Conroe. This Republic of Texas group came to me, they're telling him what to do to successor succession group. Yes. As morons. They called me to do a speech there once and did you guys want to replace the government with your Republican Texas group will who here knows how to keep the hospitals running? Who here knows how to keep a state running? You want to get rid of everything we've got and replace it. So what are you going to replace it with? I'm going to suggest to you. Then instead of getting rid of what we got let's fix. What we've got how many of you guys who are complaining about the government doing all these things wrong have written out criminal complaints and signed your name to it. Taking it down to the courts now. They never wanted me to come back. So they come to me because this kid's in jail doing what they're saying. He's lost his truck. He's lost all his carpenter equipment. He's lost his apartment. He's lost everything. So I look at what went on a rota habeas corpus took it to Conroe filed with the clerk and ask her. Are you going to give this to the judge or do I need to do it? Otherwise, she had just buried this is the criminal complaint. A habeas Cuevas. I'm sorry. I missed that. Okay. So she told me she'd give it to the judge which one she told me I went and sat in a courtroom. They were having a murder trial the interviewed finished examining a witness Cinta bait sent the everybody out sent the jury. And the judge said are you Ronald Felton? Yes. RAM? Mm. Did you find his habeas? Yes. Your honor? I did said are you an attorney who know judge I sleep well at night and keep thank you very much. Well, he didn't take that. Well, because he's an attorney. He said, Mr. Kelton teacher, not an attorney. I'm not going to accept this habeas. Attorney debate. If mister Baileys did you hear that? Yes. Mr. card I did arrest at judge got real quiet in there. The baby should why can't arrested hold on. I want to continue this here in moments ready killing his with us from rule of law radio where you're at the Texas bitcoin conference. There's more coming up here on free talk live. We have some good news the indictments against for all celebrate in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire. This was a serious allegation at Ross outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or wrote on by jury putt was trumpeted by the federal government and the media as if it were proven fact, the Maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations together all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial. Judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development. The dropped indictment will not set Ross free. Now, a presidential pardon is Ross has only hope of freedom signed a petition at free Ross dot org free Ross dot org. 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"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That's freedoms Phoenix dot com. As we continue here with Randy Kelton who is with us to talk about. And I say us Mark was sick last night. So we're not gonna not going to hear from him. Today's not feeling so good. But anyway, Randy you were just telling us about how you believe in the law, and that you follow the law the government agents to follow the law as well. And you seem to have done quite a bit of research. You know, your stuff you were just telling us about a story from a courthouse in Arlington, Texas. I do this all the time. So it's real common. Yeah. Just to recap for our listeners just tuning in. You're in the courthouse. The lady one of the clerks denies you access to some court documents and claiming all you're not an attorney. And then so you call the police or actually called a bailiff over he refused to arrest. Her. See then called nine one one on both the bailiff and the the woman police showed up, and that's where we kind of picked up for left off your story in. Here's where you get to see the police do this little chicken dance. You've called nine one one and that's been recorded. They can't do anything about that. Right. So you're the victim you're being accosted by bad guys. And you call this policemen to affect remedy, but he gets there and he finds out at some of his buddies. Yep. So he's not going to do anything. He he didn't want to. But he's in this spot. So you watch him in he'll start shifting from one foot to the other the chicken see a chicken win. They're they're afraid the OC after one foot to the other. So they start doing this little ticket as well missed and I can't arrest him. So she can destroy the cuffs on him and dragged him off to jail. Heck, you don't go right down the road. And it the policeman will refuse to arrest him. And I tell them well life is filled with little decisions we all make some you're turn. Are you going to perform your duty as prescribed by article two point one three code of criminal procedure? Or are you going to she'll these guys from prosecution in violation of thirty eight? Oh, five penal code and that one's a felony. Here. Call. And then I get to stand there and granted him because I want him to understand. I set you up Bubba did this on purpose. I set them up. So you could do something really stupid. Now. Do you want to get more stupid or do you won't get smarter? And then they told me that. Well, if you have a complaint, you you need to file that with the district attorney. No, no, no, no. I need to file that with a grand jury. So you need to consider what you're doing and consider how that's going to play in front of a grand jury of my peers. So you're turned decide. Don't do it. We'll go to the next step. I got the Texas Rangers number. We'll call them next is that the state police here in Texas Rangers. A little bit of a long story of why? I don't want to get another long story in the mid to long in Texas. Rangers are the if you have a complaint against a public official. The nets specifically goes to the public integrity unit of the Texas Rangers the highway patrol is the state police and the Texas Rangers is a division of the highway patrol. Okay. But they have begins begins bidding given specific authority to investigate public officials. So you stand in front of this cop, you give them the choice. Then what happens then, they always refuse, of course. And this is great. And you know, they're going to, you know, ask a public official to do anything. We actually want him to do. Because now you wanna be able to file against this public official for following policy. So you file against him with his boss. The chief of police and the chief of police who refused to do anything. At least we hope he does. Then we file against the chief of police the police officer the bailiff declerk with the district attorney and under Texas code. We have a specific statute that tells the district attorney when he's made no matter that a public official has violated law relate to his office. He shall reduced to complain to an information. The grand jury no discretion shall meaning. He has to sail does not mean may gain. If he wants to write means must. He will never do that. We hope he doesn't because then we make up a criminal complaint against the district. Attorney. And file it with the Texas Rangers. How long is this taking all takes a few weeks to work through the system? But this is the way that it's somewhat different in other states. But it's essentially the same process you ask a public officials to do something that they don't wanna do. They want to protect your buddies. Yep. And they're all a part of this good old boy system. Sure. So you use that against them. You wanna protect your buddy who's going to protect you. Because I'm setting you up. In the county. I in in Dallas and Fort Worth Dallas is Tarrant and Dallas counties, you go into any court there and mentioned my name everybody. And it got tents from the most innocuous. I was in a court with a friend of mine, we're helping people stop for closures and David had his hearing. I this was judge as a mass, Texas, real arrogant jerk. So David goes up to have his hearing. And I walked up to the bar just stood there. The judge finally looked up and said can I help you said, yes your honor? My name's Randy Kelton, and I ever hearing deficiency missed and what's wrong with your hearing. So Georgia down in Mexico the other day and drank too, much, cheap, tequila and lost. My hearing aid. Line it but pocket he said. Well, why are you telling me this? I said do you have accommodation for the hearing impaired? No, I do not see you have a sound system in here. Will you turn it up? No, I will not well in will you speak up. And he did. Okay. Does bailey. Feted sale shut up. He's throw me out of the courtroom. So came time for my hearing. He started to hearing objection. I'm here at arm's length to the court. I have a challenge to subject matter jurisdiction before the court dismissed dismount at twenty minutes ago about thirty pages. Yes, you're matter of fact that bid well, I'm going to deny that. So you deny that without even reading it. Yes. I am closed. My folder. We're done here. I walked to the bar and appointed a bailiff you come with me. Stormed out of the courtroom debate live comes out. What can I do for you? Mr. Celtics, you can.

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"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"At maketheconnection dot net. Compelling freetalklive We are. Right now. It does. Well, as I've explained before we actually record these shows when we're on the road normally free talk live is alive. Programme open phones. But we don't have phones because we're on the road, and we're recording. But that's okay. There's plenty of interesting people to talk to here in beautiful Austin, Texas, where the Texas bitcoin conference is in its fourth year. It's moved from different venues every single year. So we're at a new venue the conference center here at the university campus right in the center of Austin, not far from the capitol building. We're taking a nice walk. There was a nice after party last night. And it's been great and things are getting started. Here this morning on Sunday. Joining me, another talk show host is here at the event one that I became aware of several years ago when we used to have Sam Dotson on our show longtime listeners will remember Sam he made the move here to or made the move to New Hampshire four-time here too keen where we where we live and normally do the show and he. Followed a guy who had a radio show named Randy Kelton. And I met you yesterday. Randy is nice to finally meet you. It's nice to meet you too. Yeah. And Sam was kind of a a student of yours followed a lot of the stuff that you you taught about the law and how to give the government agents a real hard time. In a lotta ways. Exactly, I do a show out of New York truth radio network and passed a massive talks about our shows about us being the most pro government people on radio really not take on public officials. But I am pro government. Okay. Tell me about that. It is my position that everybody should follow law, including my public officials, especially my public officials. They are terrible. At that, though. Randy. I mean, they don't follow their own rules it most of them don't even know their own. It's exactly the case. I want sued Denton county, Texas. Okay. I sued Denton county, Texas. I sued four litigants. I sued all twenty four litigants for following policy. Tell me what that means. They're following policy. They followed policy versus the law. The law commanded they do one thing. They did something else. And all they huffed and puffed and I said guys shoot the messenger. I didn't write the law. I just read it well loses. How we do it. Yeah. See how you doing? Now when you say law is that statutes or is lost something else and case law. The statutes are not written. So that they cover every potential possibility that could occur. Okay. So you go into court using statute. And here's what the judge is required to do. The judge has a duty to determine the facts in accordance with the rules of evidence. Then apply the laws that comes to him to the to the facts in the case. So when you go to court, I told people never make a proactive statement of law out of your own mouth. You must always make proactive statements of law out of the mouth of the courts or the legislature. When you say a proactive statement of law dean like an interpretation or you're supposed to do. This don't ever tell them you're supposed to do this. Also has to do that. I go down and I asked to see some records, and I tell the clerk I wanna see all of the warrants have been issued by this judge in the last six months that have been issued and served in accordance with fifteen point one six code of criminal procedure. I get an old crappo LA, Texas, Texas code of criminal procedure. I tell them this is what I want in accordance with this law. Never just tell them that they have to do this or they have to do that. But because when you're making a request based on that they are supposed to. They're obligated purportedly to follow it. Exactly. And and I have this one rule that I tell everybody what I do is. I try to show people how to deal with public officials. How to be the master of the servant. When you walk into a courthouse or a public building, your badass motor scooter in a building if you know what you're doing those officials going to do everything they can to keep you from knowing that. But once you understand it because they sure don't act like they serve you cases. So we have these tools and one of my rules is never ask. A public official do anything that you actually want them to do. Okay. Because you never ask a public official to do anything that the law does not command him to do. So when he doesn't do it. Ton of bricks. We got this cool statute everybody should have memorized. Every state has a statute that reflects the Ku Klux Klan act. A lot of people have heard of the Ku Klux Klan act. I have not under forty two US code nineteen Eighty-three. So it's federal forty two US code one thousand nine hundred eighty three was passed in eighteen seventy one as the Ku Klux Klan act and everybody knows about forty two US code nineteen three that means you consume public official list. A public official exerts proportion to exert in authority. They don't especially have in the process deny you the full free access to her. Drove right. Yep. I've heard of that one. That's the second half of the Ku Klux Klan act, first half of the Ku Klux Klan act says that if a public official acting onto the color pretense of his official capacity fails to perform a duty. He is required to perform or exerts. Or purports to exert an authority. He does not expressly have. And in the process denies you in full free access to all right? Let's class A misdemeanor. Oh boy. All right. Every state has the statute that reflects eighteen US co two forty two. So you go down there and asked the official to do something that the law commands him to do. Now. You don't have another rule never give fair warning. Don't give legal advice bushwack is so much better. Meaning you don't want to clue them in that they have an obligation obligation should know, it's their responsibility to now I go to the city of Arlington. I say I wanna see these criminal records, the clerk said are you the accused? Oh, new are you an attorney? Oh, no, no, sleep. Well. Keep my hands pockets. Thank you very much. And she said, well, if you're not the accused or an attorney, you can't see these. I said you shouldn't have said that pointed to Baylor standing back there looking all rough and tough with his arms crossed you here. They hate that come over all of you. Can I help you? I said yes arrest at woman what can't arrest Hershey cheer can distort. Accustomed her Drager off to jail. You do it all the time. Why would I rest or class A misdemeanor official repression criminal violation thirty nine zero three penal code in that she failed former duty. She is required form and in the process denied me the full free access to your job. And right. Would ride to deny Ewing. She wouldn't show me some records. He said, oh, you lawyer. Are you the accused? No, no, no. Then you can't see those. Oh. A conspiracy to deny you. Said that took out my phone and start to dial it and the bailiffs said he can't use a phone in this. I said are you going to interfere with the nine one one call that's a felony in Texas. The clerk said leave him leave him alone. He's just trying to do something. So he can torch you with crimes I said, oh, he's already passed that turn back on dial nine one one. I need someone to come out and arrest the bailiff turned around. What's your name, a medium tell me and the clerk for official oppression? And I get this argument from the dispatcher and Finally I say, are you the district attorney prosecuting attorney. No, I'm not are you a licensed attorney. No, I'm not and don't try to give me legal advice dispatch. So when they dispatched somebody then you get to see what we call this little chicken dance. How long did it take them to get there about thirty minutes about twenty of them showed up? Really? Yeah, they always do that. And then this try to intimidate you think they're intimidating. So this guy comes in. And he said, it's what can I do for you arrestees to? Whatever they're my friends.

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"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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11:08 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Us to get back doing what we do best which is cooking Venezuelans. Revolutionary offer revolutionary times. It's free talk live Texas bitcoin conference. We're wrapping outs an excellent show probably going to have some more interviews here. But we'll do them in tomorrow night show. So we'll put them into Monday because they're still interesting folks to talk to here at the conference we've been tied up for the last couple of hours here, and it's been a lot of fun talking to your and Kelton the host of rule of law radio at rule of law radio dot com. You're also just telling us about some other projects that you've got going on legal earth dot I oh, and now we're gonna get into something that a lot of people have to deal with nobody wants to traffic tickets. You're gonna you're gonna help folks with this. And I want to hear more about what your plan is to help people with traffic tickets. Okay. I have a traffic ticket website up. Traffic ticket dot website, traffic dot website. I couldn't get calm. So I had to go dot website. All right. You go into that site and you fill in the ticket information. You hit submit it'll take you to a page this for just Texas or anywhere anywhere. It's it's primarily written for Texas. But a lot of the documentation is pretty well nationwide. Okay. And. Click the button and download all these documents. If you're outside of Texas for free for okay, you just look at the documents if they refer specifically to Texas law, then you you don't send those, but we have a motion for preliminary hearing, we have a special appearance. A request for discovery emotion in Limone most people don't know what that is motioning Lemonis about thirty pages of questions. The other side can answer came ask we have all of those standard, motions that could be filed in any case this whole stack of them. You don't need to know anything about law just signed him in Sandham. See this is this. I love this idea because one of the most difficult things with the court and the law is that, you know, as you touched on earlier, the tomes and tomes of information codes that are written in a confusing manner. That's the purposefully is obtuse and difficult to understand people. Look at this stuff and their eyes glaze over and they don't want to deal with it. They've paid the fine. And they try to make it go away. Well, you're talking about here is something that is basically plug and play people can just do it filed the documents you're saying there's no risks to filing these no risk and win the court gives them the. Court's distal going to ignore them. At least we hope they do. Goes with my rule. Never ask public official. Do anything. You actually want them to do because the court has a duty to determine the facts. And according to the rules of evidence and apply. The law has caused him to the facts of the case fails to do. So. He denies you. And due process. And that's a cloud crime in every state. So when the judge just blows it off. Then you file professional conduct complaints against the judge criminal complaints with the grand jury against the judge bar grievances against the lawyer professional conduct complaint against a police officer for riding the ticket. Now, those things can't be as easy to foul. Right. Does that now you get more complicated? Well, they're all pretty easy because it doesn't matter which put in them. Doesn't matter. You can go to the the whoever the agency in the state is who certifies peace officers. They'll have a complaint for you accused the officer even property writing this ticket and they'll say, oh, he did that. All right. It marks his record. Anyway, just because of the accusation is because you may because they back to what you're saying earlier where you file against an attorney if you file it with the bar association with when you file against the judge with the judicial conduct committee in this case, you're filing against an officer who's filed with an officer is insured under a bond for the agency the department the department so he gets six professional conduct complaints than the the bond agent comes to the agency and says if you keep this guy, we're going to have to raise your bond rating. So what are they gonna do? Guys toast. Then when he gets fired because they can't afford to hire. Nobody else has the same problem. Nice. And the officer knows that so when you sting him for following policy. He's going to be down to his boss, and he's going to be unhappy camper. You want somebody to go around? Right. These stupid tickets. You. These guys are going to end my career politics. The end of the day. It's all political, right? We started doing that too. These guys are start getting their act straight when these judges and prosecutors in municipal courts, you can be sure they're not the sharpest knives in the door. They were they'd be out making the big bucks. They wouldn't be down here. Grubbing for dollars in a young lawyers trying to get started you Bhargava young lawyer. They're going to go ballistic because they'll get their malpractice insurance canceled immediately, and they're done one Dr grievous, and they're gonna rail about how unfair that is. Oh, yeah. Guys. Life is tough deal with it. To take our country back. We need a way we can do it. I get a lot of people complaining about they used to call him sheep, all tell cut that nonsense out gut this guy here with three kids mortgage two cars. He's got all he can handle. And you put everything down and spend half of his life researching out your issue. Are you insane? If you're going to research issue, you need to structure this in a way that an ordinary person could use it and not have to give up his whole life. Right. And that's what this is about. You don't have to know anything about I love this random because like I said before we've had these self-styled legal experts. Call the show with all their theories. And it's always well, I know what I'm talking about. You just need to do the research. Well, the average person don't have five hundred hours or whatever it would take to begin to get a grasp on these concepts many, but you're probably wrong anyway, that they want you to research because again, they want you to try out their theories forum because most of them have never done a damn thing that they've actually suggested that you do. So traffic ticket dot website is free to use this free to use. Yes. Thank you for that. Thank you know. But is so much fun. Because this is what I've always said as well. It's like, well, look if you've got the right idea to beat the system, then you should be sharing it for free. The people if they think it's valuable they'll pay for it. After the fact that a lot of these guys they're they're going to teach you the secrets you just got to pay them up front. Come on. Well, only deliver when I get to the second part of the traffic tickets side when I actually get it launched a haven't launched it yet because a launch it with the rest of the system until in his free. Okay. When I build a second part, the second set of documents, I may charge five or ten bucks for document chump change once I got to put together. If someone downloads ten or ten thousand they omega difference to me doesn't cost me any different and you've got to pay for the web hosting. Got to pay these costs. That's not where my money is money selling documents to lawyers, and they'll pay me. So I'll get my money there are used to traffic ticks tickets site. So that everybody recognizes this new technology, and when lawyers see that this technology destroys the local municipal courts, they'll pay attention. I'm not doing this. Because I'm so generous. It will. Plan the long pitcher. By heavy. Money's not my motivation. I came back. I was in court wants the file against the judge the prosecutor and the sheriff criminal charges. Judge asked me Mr Clinton, why are you doing this? I said judge November seventeenth nineteen seventy. He said, I don't remember why I was November seventeenth nineteen seventy one. I remember where I was I was standing third field hospital Saigon South Vietnam as holding my twin brothers hand while he died of gangrene God for wounds. He got fighting for these rights. No buddy gets. Not that stinking Lyon sheriff sitting there not that unscrupulous prosecutor, and especially not you. Well, Mr. Kelton, I'm sorry to hear you feel this way. Will you kick the soapbox up under my feet? You don't get to stand squarely on it. And I've been on it for forty years. I've had a purpose of bringing Justice to everybody. I wanna start it never really thought. It could actually get it done. We may actually get this done with the help of the blockchain. With the help of people who are interested. We could get this done. We could change everything. So I'm excited. But there's something I can do to help. I mean, like, you know, we get the scrape platform here, and we've been talking about L and FM and getting your show on there. And so we're going to work together. I think. Investigators are researchers that can research out the specific traffic laws in. New hampshire. All eastern states. Anyone who wants to anybody who can research this out I'll build that into the system for that state? Awesome. We'll wonder clocks I love. Randy kelton. The host of rule of law radio the website for the traffic. Tickets is traffic ticket dot websites. Your other legal earth dot IO. I am excited. I love the fact he sat here with me for two hours. Thank you for for doing this and enjoy the rest of this conference because it's a good one. And I hope we're gonna like I said we're gonna continue here. I'm going to introduce some more people before this day is how we'll put that in tomorrow night show. Thanks for listening to this has been free talk live from the Texas bitcoin conference. Traders we've all bought Boxx. We've all searched the internet. We're all looking for that magic formula. Well, I.

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"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Never let that stop me. Hospital for children like me would be conditions. Get the dash Cam. That's right. This is a place of hope for kids learned that they can achieve their dreams. For children. Oh god. This is free talk live. We are back here for the third hour of the Sunday night show at the Texas bitcoin conference taking a bit of a detour talking about courtroom action and holding government bureaucrats accountable for their actions through their own system. And there's one guy out there who he's Randy Kelton. Here's his own show called rule of law radio. I know it used to be on the air on the the Austin pirate station. Hopefully that'll be coming back at some point in the future. But he's on online, and it's available via podcast, and I've been aware of Randy's courtroom actions for quite a long time. And it's a pleasure to finally get to meet you and get you on free talk live to talk about this. Because as I was saying before there's a lot of people who talk a good game about their theories in court. You're somebody who's actually done the work. You're somebody who's actually gotten out there. And and tried out your ideas. So you were just getting into. Let's see you. We're we're talking about filing habeas, corpus. And then ultimately it all at being denied where where were we Randy? Okay. We were we we got the highest court in Texas all nine judges put in front of a grand jury. Now, we didn't get him indicted. They returned. No bill. But if you go to the Texas court of criminal appeals with the habeas, corpus. You're not gonna hear anything about a motion for leave to file they cut that stuff out. And the kid I filed a habeas for he was out in three days. They got him out immediately. But you'll never get the courts to be afraid of you. Or public officials. They will fear is the political cannon fodder, you create and a tell people you'll never win your case simply because you have the law and the facts on your side to think so is naive. It is not that way. Now never have a good way. Since we've had human beings is judges. You win your case. If you get the politics on your side, and all politics is local that is not a problem. It's only a problem if you don't understand that it's all political. Once you understand that is politics. This.

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07:00 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"We'll be broadcasting from the event once again, we're back with Randy Kelton Randy had asked you. You know, these stories are so entertaining, and we can just keep on going. I'm sure and it's it's really fun to listen to love. I love it. When you know, you're holding these core bureaucrats accountable, and I said, well, did you ever actually get to the grand jury, and you started to tell story about a guy that you had filed a habeas corpus petition on? Judge addressed addressed you in the courtroom shortly after you filed it apparently. And basically said he wasn't going to do anything with it because you weren't an attorney. And that's where we left that store and eleven point fifty one Texas code of criminal procedure says, hey, habeas, corpus may be filed by the accused the counsel for the accused or any credible person a credible person state of Texas in almost every state is defined as a person over the age of eighteen never convicted of. A felony was credible by definition. No matter what the judge start, right? I attempted to exercise a statutory. Right. The judge denied me in that. Right. Under thirty nine zero three penal code official impression clear so bailiff wouldn't arrest arrested. This is an important story because it's not about law. It taught me a valuable lesson about politics. Well, he refused to arrest. So I made up a complaint against this judge. What happened was when I told the judge Amanda bailiff to mister Baileys. I need you to take your chicken suit off and anybody who is going to take on public officials needs to understand this statement. You always ask the Bailey for the policemen to take his chicken shoot off. And it sounds really dumb doesn't it. But what the officer is going to want to do is accuse you of being. Educated Mansfield, Texas same day, a pool that the trick on the judge went to the mass fuel police to have them arrested. Judge bailiff wouldn't do it. And the officer got real excited. One of these tight skin tattooed too much anabolic steroid guys and a told him to take his consumed off. He was so furious. He was shaking. Call me, he said what were you doing in Mansfield yesterday mine, and my business, can well, my brother who is the Mansfield city attorney said that that officer told him you were agitated. I said can ask cribbed ask that officer. If I got agitated before I ask him to take his chicken suit off or after. He said ask you desk. I said, I always ask them that. That's because whenever you're in front of one of these officials always keep in mind what we'll play well before a grand jury of my peers. And when they accused me of being agitated and tell him ask him to take his teeth consumed off it just discredits. So I did this to the bailiff year. He refused. Anatoly. My life was filled with little decisions we all get to make some when he absolutely refused to judge set there and kept his mouth shut I've done this about a half a dozen times in court. And never once has the judge opened his mouth because he knew and at that point. He knew I knew one word out of him while I'm making a criminal accusation to the court security officer against him. Witness tampering obstruction, both of them felonies. Judge kept his mouth shut when the bailiff absolutely refused. The judge picked up the gavel. And he said, Mr. bailiff, I'm sorry. He didn't pick it up yet. He said mister Baileys, Mr. calendars leave the courtroom your arrest him. With all due respect your honor. That's cheating. He picked up the Gallup gavel held it up and said, maybe but I got the gamble. Point turn to the bait. If you come with me, a stormed out of the courtroom. So much fun. Then I made a criminal complaint against him and took it to the Texas court of criminal appeals against the judge. The judge and the habeas Texas court of criminal appeals in Texas. We have two high courts supreme handle civil court of criminal appeals handles criminal. So I take it to the court of appeals and the clerk said, well, you have to file a motion for leave to file. Are you kidding me? This is a habeas the great writ the writ of right? This court has no power to grant or deny leave. He said. Well, I can't take you without it. Wow. Not my I'm trying to get this kid out of jail. So I filed a motion for leave. I the habeas. Next day. They deny my habe deny me leave to file a habeas. The next day. I went to the grand jury with criminal charges against all of them. It took a year. And finally, the prosecuting attorney gays my criminal complaints against the highest judges in Texas to the court of Criminal Appeal to the grand jury, and I thought it was all of my eloquent over a Tory and all the pressure. I put on my bushwack the head criminal district. Judge in Travis county with these criminal complaints. I thought he was all this stuff. I went in with camera crews, oh just did all kinds of crap. Had nothing to do with any of that was important lesson. You will never get public officials to be afraid of you. What you will get them to do is be afraid that you will create cannon fodder that one of their political enemies can use against them. Ron oral Twenty-five-year district attorney not running for office. Again. He's a democrat all nine of these judges that Republicans that dirty rotten scoundrel took my complaints tried to use them. As cannon fodder to take those judges out with him. The grand jury got my complaints the first day in office. Wow. They know build their last day in office these nine judges sit there for sat there for three months wondering their careers going to end tomorrow. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. They can do about it. It's interesting that you were able to actually get a complaint taken by because you know, you can't bring a complaint direct to a grand jury at least not in New Hampshire that I'm aware of. Because how.

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03:57 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The Texas bitcoin conference. It is Dana number two great events full of interesting people, including somebody I didn't expect to meet here. Randy Kelton from rule of law radio rule of law radio dot com. It's a show he does once or twice a week here in the Austin Texas area, and I've been doing it for a long time. Haven't you Randy about twelve years? That's a good run for for a radio show. In fact, we can talk more about the show here in a little bit. But you've been telling courtroom stories, you got you got some experience, man. And I appreciate where are you coming from on this trying to hold these government bureaucrats accountable for not following their own rules. Basically, there are a lot of guys out there that the what we call part of the patriot mythology movement. Yup. And they suggest people do things that they've never done. Right. They wanna see other people try their out. I don't sit NATO. I am very concerned about people liberty. So I don't suggest people do anything less. I've already done it. Good for you, man. We've had these guys call in our show over the years doing the same thing. Trying to trying to pitch an idea. And I always ask them have you done this and almost every single time not a single one. I've done a lot of research. Good luck with your research to broken collar bones, three dislocated, ribs, broken elbow and tooth knocked out been there done that from trying out some of the things, I know a lot of things not to do how you learn. What not to do? Right. So you were telling us the story you were in a courtroom to help a friend. I think and you'd filed a some kind of motion with the judge we were stopping eviction to challenge subject matter jurisdiction. And the judge said I don't want to read that or whatever he admitted that he hadn't read it and said he is denying your motion without having read it, and then you call the bailiff closed. My folder told the judge were done here. Walk to the bar pointed at the bailiff, you come with me stormed out of the courtroom. Gotta courtroom the daily said, what can I do for you, miss skeleton? I need you to rest a judge. Why would I rescue judge classic misdemeanor? Fisher oppression criminal violation. Thirty nine hundred three penal code in that he failed due to his acquired to perform and the process denied meaningful free access to enjoyment. Right. He said, well, Mr. Kelton what? Right. Did he deny you in? He denied me and accommodation under the American's disabilities. Act. Right because you'd asked for a hearing aid said, well, why didn't you tell the judge about the American disabilities? Act heck fighter. Don knapp. He might have turned the sound up. The valley stood there amid this green come across his face. So you say. Yeah. He's a sucker for that. That's what he gets a smarter. That got around the county. And after that if I walked into a courthouse in Tehran or Dallas county all of the Bela's poof, they're going to see you. They question they did not want to see me. But I got a. Vicks surprise two days later, I was at a political rally and thought I recognize this security guy when I came in I'm floating around the pavilion, and he came up to me. And it was that bailiff. Yeah. Yeah. He said, Mr. Kelvin. I'm custom guys. I'd like you to meet a explain why we're walking over there that they're Bayless from around the county, and they do security at these functions to make money. I've seen them doing that in New Hampshire to he brings me in the room. And he said, this is the guy that setup Hayes.

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07:49 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"That's freedom. Phoenix dot com. As we continue here with Randy Kelton who is with us to talk about say us. Mark was sick last night. So we're not going to hear from him. Today's not feeling so good. But anyway, Randy you were just telling us about how you believe in the law, and that you follow the law the government agents to follow the law as well. And you seem to have done quite a bit of research. You know, your stuff you were just telling us about a story from a courthouse in Arlington, Texas. I do this all the time. So it's real common. Yeah. And and so just to recap for our listeners just tuning in. You're in the courthouse. The lady one of the clerks denies you access to some court documents and claiming while you're not an attorney. And then so you call the police or like you called a bailiff over he refused to arrest. Her see then called nine one one on both the bail fan, the the woman police showed up, and that's where we kind of picked up for left off your story. And here's where you get to see the police do this little chicken. Dance. You've called nine one one and that's been recorded. They can't do anything about that. Right. So you're the victim you're being accosted by bad guys. And you call this policemen to affect remedy, but he gets there and he finds out at some of his buddies. Yup. So he's not going to do anything. He he didn't want to but he's in this spot. So you watch him in he'll start shifting from one foot to the other the chicken dance. You see a Tiki and win. They're they're afraid they'll shift or one foot to the other. So they started doing this little chicken deaths will missed I can't arrest him can just throw the cuffs on him and dragged him off to jail. Heck, you don't have far to go right down the road. The policeman will refused to arrest him, and I told them well life is filled with little decisions we all get to make some your turn. Are you going to perform your duty as prescribed by article two point one three code of criminal procedure? Or are you gonna she'll these guys from prosecution in violation of thirty eight hundred five penal code, and that one's a felony. Cole. Get to stand there and granted him because I want him to understand. I set you up. Did this on purpose a set them up? So you could do something really stupid. Now. Do you want to get more stupid? Or do you want us smarter at any told me that? Well, if you have a complaint, you you need to file that with the district attorney. No, no, no, no. I need to file that with a grand jury. So you need to consider what you're doing and consider how that's going to play in front of a grand jury of my peers. So you're turn decide if you don't do it. We'll go to the next step. I got the Texas Rangers number. We'll call them next is that the state police here in Texas Rangers. A little bit of a long story of. I don't want to get another long story in the mid to long, Texas. Rangers are the if you have a complaint against a public official the nest specifically goes to the public integrity unit of the Texas Rangers the highway patrol is the state police and the Texas Rangers is a division of the highway patrol. Okay. But they have begins begins been given specific authority to investigate public officials. So you stand in front of this cop, you give them the choice. Then what happens then they always refuse? Of course. This is great. No, they're going to, you know, ask a public official to do anything. You actually want him to do. Because now you wanna be able to file against this public official for following policy. So you file against him with his boss. The chief of police and the chief of police who refused to do anything. At least. We hope he does. And then we filed against the chief of police the police officer the bailiff the clerk with the district attorney and under Texas code. We have a specific statute that tells the district attorney would he's made no matter that a public official has violated law relate to his office. We shall reduced to complain to an information that the grand jury, no discretion shall meaning. He has to sail does not mean may matter can if he wants to it means must he will never do that clean. We hope he doesn't because then we make up a criminal complaint against the district. Attorney. And file it with the Texas Rangers. God how long is this taking junior takes a few weeks to work through the system. But this is the way that it's somewhat different in other states. But for sensually the same process, you ask a public officials to do something that they don't wanna do. They want to protect their buddies. Yup. And they're all part of this good old boy system. So you use that against them. You wanna protect your buddy who's going to protect you. Because I'm setting you up. In the county. I in in in Dallas Fort Worth Dallas is Tarrant and Dallas counties, you go into court there and mention my name. And he got pants from the most innocuous thing. I was in a court with a friend of mine, we're helping people stop for closures and David had his hearing. I and this was judge as in Mansfield, Texas, real arrogant jerk. So David goes up to have his hearing and I walked up to the bar and just stood there. The judge finally looked up and said can help you said, yes your honor. My name's Randy Kelvin ever hearing deficiency we missed Calvin what's wrong with your hearing. So Georgia down in Mexico. The other day drank too, much, tequila and lost. My hearing aid. Lionhead it but pocket. Well, why are you telling me this? I said do you have accommodation for the hearing impaired? No, I do not see you have a sound system in here. Will you turn it up? No, I will not well in will use speak up. And he did. Okay. Does bailey. Feted sale shut up. He's out of the courtroom. So came from my hearing started the hearing objection I'm here at arm's length to the court. I have a challenge to subject matter jurisdiction before the court dismissed. Twenty minutes ago about thirty pages this you're honest, matter of fact, that bid well, I'm gonna deny that. So you're gonna do now. That without even reading it. Yes. I am close my older we're done here. And walk to the bar and appointed the bailiff you come with me. Stormed out of the courtroom debate live comes out. What can I do for you, Mr. Kelton arrest judge? Why would I rest to judge classic misdemeanor official pressured criminal violation thirty nine zero three penal code in that he failed due to his quite form an process, which is to say his duty would have been to read the motion that you'd file now not that one the hearing aid. He said what duty did he refuse to perform hold that thought? I want to hear the rest of it here. Randy Kelton is with us. We're at the Texas bitcoin conference courtroom shenanigans. There's more coming up here in moments, and this.

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"That's the second half of the Ku Klux Klan act first half for the Ku Klux Klan acts as that of a public official acting onto the color pretense of his official capacity fails to perform a duty. He is required to perform or exerts. Or purports to exert an authority does not expressly have. And the process denies you in full free access to enjoyment, right? Well, that's a class a misdemeanor. Oh boy. All right. Every state has a statute that reflects eighteen US co two forty two. So you go down there and ask the official to do something that the law commands him to do. Now. You don't have another rule. Never give fair warning. Don't give legal advice bushwack is so much better. Meaning you don't want to clue them in that they have an obligate obligation should know their responsibility. To know I go to city of Arlington. I say I wanna see these criminal records, the clerk said are you the accused or new are you an attorney. Oh, no, no, sleep. Well. Deep pockets. Thank you very much. And she said, well, if you're not the accused or an attorney, you can't see this. I said you shouldn't have said that pointed to bailiff standing back there looking all rough and tough with his arms crossed you come here. They hate that. Come over all of you. Can I help you? I said yes arrests that woman. Why can't arrest her? She sure can distort a customer. Drager off to jail, you do it all the time. Why would I rest or classic misdemeanor official repression criminal violation. Thirty nine zero three penal code in that she failed. Former duty sees required form and in the process denied me, the full free access to German, right? Did she deny you? She wouldn't show me some records. He said, oh, you lawyer. Oh, no. Are you the accused? No, no, no. Then you can't see those. He's now in a conspiracy to deny you. You said that took out my phone and start to dial it and the bailiffs said he can't use the phone in this. I said are you gonna interfere with the nine one one call that's a felony in Texas. The clerk said leave him alone, leave him alone. He's just trying to do something. So he can torch you with crimes I said, oh, he's already passed that turn my back on down nine one one. I need someone to come out and arrest the bailiff turned around. What's your name, the medium tell me and the clerk for official oppression. And I get this argument from the dispatcher and Finally I say, are you the district attorney prosecuting attorney. No, I'm not are you a licensed attorney. No, I'm not and don't try to give me legal advice dispatch. So when they dispatched somebody. You get to see what we call this little chicken dance. How long did it take him to get there? But thirty minutes. About twenty of them showed up really always do that. And then try to intimidate us. They think they're intimidating. So this guy comes in. And he says what can I do for you arrestees to? What arrest them? They're my friends fischel oppression criminal violation. Thirty nine zero three penal code. I don't know if I can arrest them trust me. I would never ask you to do something that the law does not command. You you get this officer here, you're the victim. Hold that thought I want you to continue this. You got time to stay here. We're gonna continue the story here with Randy Kelton rule of law radio. I mentioned did he does his own show. Go to rule of law radio dot com to check him out. There's more coming up here in moments. This is free talk live from the Texas bitcoin conference. Have a double shot half almond milk law with.

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04:44 min | 2 years ago

"randy kelton" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"See the Saint Jude logo. What we've got here is failure. Yeah. Live. We are at the Texas bitcoin conference. It is the beginning right now a danger to because well as I've explained before we actually record these shows when we're on the road normally freetalklive is alive. Programme open phones. But we don't have phones because we're on the road, and we're recording. But that's okay. There's plenty of interesting people to talk to here in beautiful Austin, Texas, where the Texas bitcoin conference is in its fourth year. It's moved from different venues every single year. So we're at a new venue, the AT and T conference center here at the university campus right in the center of Austin, not far from the capitol building. We're taking a nice walk. There was a nice after party last night. And it's been great and things are getting started. Here this morning on Sunday. Joining me, another talk show host is here at the event one that I became aware of several years ago when we used to have Sam Dodson on our show longtime listeners will remember Sam he made the move here to or made the move to New Hampshire for time here too keen where we where we live and normally do the show, and he followed a guy who. Who had a radio show him Randy Kelton? And I met you yesterday. Randy. It's nice to finally meet you too. Yeah. And Sam was kind of students of yours followed a lot of the stuff that you you taught about the law, and you know, how to give the government agents a real hard time in a lot of ways. Exactly, I do a show out of New York radio network and pessimistic talks about our shows about us being the most pro government people on radio really not take on public officials. But I am pro government. Okay. Tell me about that. It is my position that everybody should follow law, including my public officials, especially my public officials. They are terrible. At that, though. Randy. I mean, they don't follow their own rules it most of them don't even know their own. That's exactly the case. Once sued didn't county, Texas. Okay. I didn't county Texas a sued twenty four litigants. I sued all twenty four litigants for following policy. Tell me what that means. They're following policy. They followed policy versus the low. Commanded. They do one thing. They did something else. And all they huffed and puffed and I said guys shoot the messenger. I didn't write the law. I just read it well loses. How we do it. Yeah. See how you doing? Now when you say law is that statutes or is lost something else and case law. The statues are not written. So that they cover every potential possibility that could occur. Okay. So you go into court using statute. And here's what the judge is required to do. The judge has a duty to determine the facts in accordance with the rules of evidence. Then apply the laws that comes to him to the to the facts in the case. So when you go to court, I told people never make a proactive statement of law out of your own mouth. You must always make proactive statements of law out of the mouth of the courts or the legislature. And when you say a proactive statement of law dean like an interpretation or you're supposed to do. This don't ever tell them you're supposed to do. To do that. Go down, and I asked to see some records, and I tell the clerk I wanna see all of the warrants have been issued by this judge in the last six months that have been issued and served in accordance with fifteen point one six code of criminal procedure, get crap Ola, Texas, Texas code of procedure. I tell them this is what I want in accordance with this law. Never just tell them that they have to do this or they have to do that. But because when you're making a request based on that they are supposed to they're obligated purportedly to to follow it, exactly. And and I have this one rule that I tell everybody what I do is. I try to show people how to deal with public officials. How to be the master of the servant when you walk into a courthouse or.

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