April 12, 2013
Former Deputy Sheriff and Rule of Law radio host Eddie Craig talks about your rights when it comes to being stopped by the police.
Eddie is an Air Force veteran that began realizing that the government was lying to the people at virtually every turn. He earnestly began his research into government rules and statutes in the mid 90′s after he witnessed his mother breakdown into tears of hopeless frustration over a property tax bill that threatened to take away her property and home.
Angry at the malicious and callous demeanor of those that supposedly worked for the greater good of the People, Eddie began to carefully research and document the relationships between the various statutes and the legislative enactments that created them, especially the “ad valorem” property tax, and eventually the federal income tax. He has since spent the past eleven years researching the various Texas Codes such as the Transportation Code. Much to the dismay of many municipalities, police officers and prosecutors, he has thrown a very large monkey wrench into the gears of their money machine, using their own laws! With Randy Kelton’s passed down knowledge about due process and criminal actions Eddie’s research has become even more dangerous to them.
Vigorous study and research revealed the truth, most government employees know even less about the language and application of the law than the general public! Angered by the cavalier attitudes of public servants acting as if their ignorance was of no consequence, Eddie sought out other like-minded people to exchange ideas and find a remedy, which led him to Rule of Law Radio.
Eddie has now dedicated himself to “fighting the good fight” against the total willful ignorance that consumes our public servants at every level of government, an ignorance which too many people share by way of an apathetic attitude about our rights and liberties. The biggest problem with being apathetic is that it is a word comprised mostly of the word “pathetic”.
This article was posted: Friday, April 12, 2013 at 3:25 pm