Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Vincent Heredia sentencing update

I feel cheated. (Pieced together from this site)


Well, OK. They covered their butts.

§ 16-90-1114 – Derivative rights of member of victim's family (a) If a victim is a minor or is incapacitated, incompetent, or deceased, a member of the victim's family may exercise the rights of the victim under this subchapter. (b) If more than one (1) member of the victim's family attempts to exercise those rights, the court may designate which of them may exercise those rights.

Cheyenne's mom was apparently the designated speaker; none of her words were aimed at the evil tax junkies of the court, so her statement was less "inflammatory". It spared the goons' feelings. (Added: just to be clear, I don't have any animosity toward her or what she said, but only toward those who chose to let her words be heard and squelched mine. Well, I intend to do all I can to spread mine far and wide! Read them here.)

And, there's more from the sentencing, if you are interested, from here.

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Obviously, I don't consider any of this legitimate; I share it for information (and historical purposes) only.
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Taxation is theft by government

(My Eastern New Mexico News column for April 19, 2017)



Tuesday was the day sometimes called "Tax Day"; not exactly a holiday, and about as far from a "holy day" as it's possible to imagine.

Some people get tired of libertarians pointing out that taxation is theft. Particularly those whose paychecks depend on this particular form of theft. Whatever you call it, when someone demands you hand over some of your property, threatening to hurt you in some way if you don't comply, it's not the act of a good person.

How excited were you to pay taxes this year?..read the rest...
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