Are we here in NH so desperate for a boogeyman that we have to arrest gadfly activist Joe Hass again? How damn sad is this getting.
I see Joe on the street. I pass him in the halls of the State House. Sometimes he shows up at political events he has an interest in.
Mainly though, I get handed a fistful of garbled, conspiracy laden, meandering patterns of random thoughts bundled into a declaration of some sort of request for redress of a wrong committed by the state or federal government.
Apparently, state and city officials have a periodic spell of the vapors over the mega-sentence paragraphs Joe designs as a pamphleteer for freedom from what I would bet - is boredom.
The Manchester paper used up some serious ink in one inch type on its front page story about the secret e-mails between tax protester Ed Brown and Joe Haas. The Manchester paper had to use some roundabout fact accumulation and cherry picking to make enough of the story that it would be worth writing in the first place.
When the police and officials stoop so low as to scoop up Joe Haas AGAIN for sending "threatening letters" you know they have too much time on their hands. Joe should be a known entity by now for goodness sake.
Here is a small sample of what Joe writes.
(Can you find the obvious "threat" in the next to last paragraph about police officers in this piece? Its in capital letters.)
From: "Joseph S. Haas" firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Brown's trial / RSA 123:1 Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 00:24:05 - 0500
Thanks for the information, as I did attend that seven (7) minute hearing on Friday morning at about 11:10-:17 a.m. and the case was continued to not 9:00 a.m., but 9:30 o'clock a.m. (in same courtroom #5 on the 3rd floor). The judge noted #__ motions that he was treating as "repetitive" UNLESS the U.S. Attorney gets back to him, such as whichever one was like this motion for a "fair trial".
The way the newspaper article read today/Saturday in the <http://www.concordmonitor.com it looks like there will be no action to bring Ed in if he doesn't show, but to continue the trial in absentia, whereupon if he does not take the stand to verbally say that he endorses all of the patriotic literature submitted as evidence, he ought to at least put an affidavit into the court in writing so that all of this informatyion gets to the jury from the I.D. classification to that of being marked as exhibits for them to consider in reaching a verdict, including the RSA Ch. 123:1 documentatuion of Jan. 11, 2007 from David M. Scanlan, the Deputy Secretary of State, who wrote that "This is to certify that we have checked our records and do not find a copy of the filing by RSA 123:1."
See <http://www.state.nh.us for the exact words including this "shall" word as a legislative mandate that the governor "may" enforce by Art. 41, Part the 2nd of the N.H. Constitution, but doesn't have to, as told to me by a Mr. _____ in Room 212 of the State House Annex yesterday afternoon, Fri., Jan. 12th @ about 4:29 p.m. right before closing, in his Office of Citizens Services. That decision of whether or not to do so enforce is up to the governor, and hopefully after his granting me my request for two minutes of his time, as he/the governor shook my hand yesterday at around noontime after his photo-op with the kids in his office, and directed me to make an appointment through his receptionist, NOT of a TRY to make an appointment, but the actual appointment, me having to call 271-2121 to get the extension of Amy Harrington for this, but when I paid her a personal visit in the early to mid afternoon after my cell phone call to her recording with no answer, now the run-around, spin- treatment is that instead of a letterhead paper with the day/time/place for such, that because it involves a legal issue, she said that she is seeking input from legal counsel BEFORE even making the appointment, BUT that's what I thought meetings where for: to bring along legal counsel, BUT not to use as an excuse as a delay tactic.
If I had had that letter, I would have most definately given it to Ed to copy and file with the federal court to back-off until this jurisdictional question is decided.
Furthermore from past experience last month in dealing with another legislative mandate question in writing to the governor on Dec. 13th involving the D.O.T. since the department did not know how to deal with it, I chose this way of doing business for Ed, presuming that the State Police, as Law Enforcement would give me a similar excuse as did the Department of Transportation in that other case, but in order to give them a chance I did send an e-mail to the State Police thru their email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org address at the <http://www.nh.gov/safety/division/ nhsp/ website requesting that they look into this RSA Ch. 638:14 "Unlawful Simulation of Legal Process" <http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rs a/html/lxii/638/638-14.htm in the past* tense as per the search +/or arrest warrant that was "calculated to induce a believe that it does have a judicial or other official sanction" when in fact, withOUT the filings as required by law**, and because such was of "Reckless conduct" from the law and that they used a "deadly weapon"s, that prosecution of such federal agents operating as out-laws, be for "a class B felony" under RSA Ch. 631:3 http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa /html/lxii/631/631-3.htm
** The law being in Article I, Section 8, clause 17 of 18 in the U.S. Constitution that every state sets up their own entry procedures to allow the feds to operate within the state. Our state choosing this method as pre-scribed in RSA Ch. 123:1 and that ought to be amended by a footnote in an appropriate House or Senate Bill this Legislative Session 2007 to include an entry fee, so high an amount as to cover for damages already done outside the law, as in the Andy Tempelman case as just one example of many.
*The current and future tense being my request that the State Police person assign to this letter of mine meet with the governor @ 8:30 a.m this Tuesday morning so as to get to the fine details of just how such a state letter can be directed to the feds in asking that they comply with the law, so in effect the state working as a sword in such case, and any victims from them entitled to shield themselves from such federal tyranny until the sword of the state action is accomplished, as the pen is mightier than the sword! The pen of the governor needing its ink filled by the State Police at this early morning meeting!
Yours truly, - - - - - - - - - -
Joe / Joseph S. Haas,
P.O. Box 3842, Concord, N.H. 03302,
Tel. 603: 848- 6059 (cell phone).
pc: The new Republican Merrimack County Sheriff, Scott Hilliard of Northfield. Hopefully he can make such meeting at 8:30 a.m. on Tue., Jan. 16th at the State House/ Governor's Office and assert his law-enforcement powers too against any beserk actions, if any, by the U.S. Marshall, Steven Monier, who I did meet with yesterday morning right before the hearing, him giving me a copy of his fill-in-the-blank oath of office form (withOUT his signature, as the original one is in Washington), and with both of us agreeing that the pen is mightier than the sword. But now afterwards, my next question should have been which pen? The one used by the Magistrate, or the ones used by the Legislators who put RSA Ch. 123:1 on the books.
Whatever further paper writing by the feds will no doubt, IF this case goes AWAY from the law, will call for back- up from state and/or local plus county law enforcement, and so it is my goal too, to see to it that the law as evidenced by this certificate be given to both the Sullivan County Sheriff, and the Plainfield Police to act as a check and balance against any more unlawful action by the feds to meet them in a paper stand-off if need be! Let's pray that the feds wise up to the law and not go down the wrong path to THEIR destruction!
See http://www.hoboes.com/pub/Politics /Views%20of%20Freedom/Tree% 20of%20Liberty for what Thomas Jefferson said of: "God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion." See also: Article 10, N.H. Constitution, Part First & Bill of Rights to revolt against such federal tyranny in violation of the law! of both the United States and state of New Hampshire!!
So how sad is this state that we arrest, detain, and harrass people like Joe Haas and Peter MacDonald of Lee, over and over again for treading ever so slightly and clumsily through a world of conspiracy theories with little more than emails and letters.