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Category Archives: Changing legal systems

RE-VISITING JUDICIAL CORRUPTION

GOVERNMENTAL DESTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, Since legalization, there has been a marked increase in the prosecution of marijuana driving cases.  We investigated the origin of the “green tongue” described by “drug recognition experts” in order to establish probable cause or justification of prosecuting citizens for the imaginary offense of driving under the influence of marijuana.  Five …

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TIME MARCHES BACKWARD. WELCOME TO THE 19TH CENTURY FORWARD TO THE PAST

April, 2017  DL Blewitt, J.D. The marijuana industry promoters have gone into shock since the change of administration. After all the years hoping, wishing, praying, and civil disobedience, a sizeable section of the population celebrated because they believed that the country had finally come to its senses. There was a convergence between the academic world …

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LAW BEFORE NIXON:FROM MARCH TO MARTIAL LAW

WHAT IS PLUTO-WHAT IS CRIME? IS THERE DIFFERENCE?(BEFORE NIXON, part 2)  Dennis L. Blewitt, J.D., Nov. 2016 During the past four decades, I have studied the origins and development of law from Roman times until the present. Additionally, I have studied criminology, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. I edited a nationally recognized law …

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LESSONS MY GRANDFATHER TAUGHT ME

DENNIS L. BLEWITT, J. D. Oct, 2016 One of the first things that I learned from my grandfather was that there is nothing more despicable than a bully.  Not only a physical bully, but a mental bully must not be allowed to exist in a civilized society.  From a long line of ship masters, he …

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WHAT’S CHANGED?

The drug war was invented by Nixon against the Constitution and those who disagreed rather than drugs.

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WHAT HAS CHANGED

WHO’S THE REAL CRIMINAL? IT ALL DEPENDS UPON THE POWER TO DEFINE. DENNIS L. BLEWITT, J. D.,  May 2016 WHEN I finished law school, there still was stability in the law.  There were century old definitions, concepts and principles.  There was a respect for precedent.  Law was methodology, not a body of knowledge.  There were …

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THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

Your comments show many are aware of the CIA funding using drug scales. Why is there no outrage?

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AT WAR WITH THE CIA,2

MY LOYAL CLIENTS HOW I SURVIVED THE IRS CRUSADE OF DESTRUCTION The audit wasn’t without its moments of levity, at least in retrospect. It gave me lots of things to talk about, ridicule and use as examples of how not to govern. It also gave me something to talk about in bars. But I mostly enjoyed watching …

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The unworkable ideas of business in the public sector

Dennis L. Blewitt, Esq., J. D. Once I was proud to be a lawyer.  I was a member of an old and honorable profession that had many Blewitts on the roles as Bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor of England and Judiciar to Henry I.  The name appeared as a signatory of the Magna Carta, as Lord …

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HOW TO TOPPLE A GOVERNMENT WITHOUT EVEN TRYING.

Boulder’s role in Watergate.
I had no desire to be district attorney and prosecute people, but I felt obligated to stop the police state juggernaut that I could see starting to trample the citizenry. Although the administration talked in code referring to “law and order,”

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