Archive for the ‘for hire’ Category

M1S-55, Senator gives written notice that ‘Auto Registration’ and ‘Driver License’ is a contract that can be rescinded, 5$. Wayne Stump, State Senator, sends notarized notice to Arizona Department of Public Safety, noticing them that they need to inform the policing agents of the contractual aspects of the Automobile Registration and State Drivers License, with […]

This week I drove 2000 miles with friends from Nebraska to Idaho. I watched diligently the whole trip, only seen one trooper car on the way up and one on the way back, not one was making a stop at the time. Now that same week I drove between Omaha, Nebraska to Lincoln, Nebraska, 90 […]

  The automobile plate above reads as :   NOT FOR HIRE In accordance to the California Court of Appeals:  Government Employees Insurance Co vs Carrier Ins. Co  1975 Cal. App. 3D 223 Notice to individuals or govt. agencies; owner of record reg. @ http://freeinhabitant.info/?p=64 >> My friends have driven with such plates as above […]

August 1, 2011 I, Paul John Hansen was pulled over for expired plates, cited for expired plates-registration, no insurance, suspended license. Fought it on every level, primarily no oath or affirmation pursuant to the 4th Amendment and the 1905 legislative bill “for hire”. Judge gave me 29 days, placed in jail on the date of April 18, 2013, years […]

To: Dave Heineman State of Nebraska Governor Office of the Governor P.O. Box 94848 Lincoln, NE 68509-4848 Mailed April 10, 2013   (□ mailing affidavit attached) From: Paul John Hansen 1548 N 19th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68110, without the United States. RE: Notice to Governor, Dave Heineman, of the State of Nebraska of ongoing violations of […]

mu·nic·i·pal·i·ty  (my-ns-pl-t) n. pl. mu·nic·i·pal·i·ties 1. A political unit, such as a city, town, or village, incorporated for local self-government. 2. A body of officials appointed to manage the affairs of a local political unit. >> A judge told me that he could not take judicial notice of a legislative bill because he needed proof […]