Marple: State traffic controls violate RICO, guilty of criminal conversion

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My car is hauled to a garage in Huntsville, Ala., by a wrecker operator, subject to the state transportation statute because he profits from the use of the roads and is subject to regulation. Construction of all U.S. state transportation statutes is roughly the same, according to a New Hampshire state legislator who proposed explicit reforms on enforcement. And that is: These statutes do not apply to private users of the roads, only to haulers and commercial users whose “extraordinary” use of roads makes them regulable in the public interest. (Photo David Tulis)

The right to travel in Tennessee. Dick Marple tells about reform efforts in New Hampshire, cites power of corporations in running commercial government, deleting constitutionally guaranteed rights of the people. State governments around U.S. are effectively making themselves subject to the RICO statute, the racketeering influenced corrupt organizations. (Courtesy NoogaRadio)
 

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