IN THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES


BILL OF RIGHTS PROTECTION ACT


Whereas the elected officials of the Congress of the United States have never been authorized by the People to destroy the Bill of Rights the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America. They have taken an oath to preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights. We The People do hereby demand and enact the Bill of Rights Protection Act to protect us from our elected officials and appointed officials that have usurped the Power of the People. The United States Criminal Code is hereby added to:

Section 1

Any elected or appointed Congressman or Congresswoman who sponsors, endorses, supports, or votes for any legislation that deprives any American Citizen of any right secured by the Bill of Rights (The first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America) will be subject to:

A mandatory sentence of five (5) years in a Federal penitentiary, without parole, and be subject to a minimum fine of $100,000 and maximum fine of $500,000. Payment of the fine will be distributed to the plaintiff, less court costs.

Section 2

Upon written complaint from any American Citizen served upon any official of the United States Judiciary or Justice Department, the Attorney General of the United States is charged to investigate and prosecute the case within one (1) year.

Section 3

If the Attorney General does not act to the satisfaction of the citizen within that one (1) year, the citizen is allowed to file a complaint in Federal Court as a separate legal action, and may name as defendant(s) any person(s) that were responsible to investigate or prosecute and failed to do so, or hindered such investigation, including the Attorney General and officials of the Agency as defendants, members of the judiciary, any other person(s). The defendants will pay for the attorney fees and all court costs of the petitioner, if the petitioner prevails.

Section 4

If the petitioner cannot afford an attorney, the Court will appoint an attorney. Congress will appropriate funds for this purpose. If Congress fails to appropriate funds, then the cost of attorney fees and court cost will come out of the salaries of the Congress as a whole. The United States Comptroller General is authorized to make such deductions.

Section 5

Any Federal employee, including the judiciary, convicted under this Act will be subject to the above penalties, plus immediate removal from the employee of the Federal Government, but will retain their Federal retirement pension. This Act supersedes any personnel law, regulation, or labor contract now in effect.

Section 6

This is a capital crime of which the statute of limitations does not apply. This is not an ex post facto Act and may not go back in time before the enactment of this Act.


(This Act is originated by Mr. Roger A. Stolley, Salem, Oregon)

E-mail: stolleyr@SonsAndDaughters.net

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