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Considering becoming a US Ex-Patriot in 2009

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Message Steven G. Erickson


I went to elected officials in Connecticut from about 1995, regarding the inaccessibility of courts to average working people, and how police will refuse to offer you protection and service based on your race, zip code, occupation, economic status, and whether or not you are politically active. I was told I was “kicked out of Connecticut” by Connecticut State Police from about 1999. After I wrote Bush, 9-15-01, just venting, absolutely fed up with what I was having to go through after having invested 100’s of thousands of dollars, and years of my life acquiring and fixing up boarded up rental properties. Police stepped up their domestic spying program, harassment, threats, and terrorization of me, often following me around in pairs all day from the time I pulled out of my driveway.


Two druggie police informant felons were trying to attack, stalking and terrorizing, and threatening my life at two different rental property locations, Stafford Springs and Somersville, Connecticut.


Another Police Informant, Barbara Sattal [scroll down in post for picture], was encouraged to date me, and then to set me up for a drunk driving arrest where State Police would arrest me, plant drugs on me, beat me up, and I would face decades in prison for the grocery list of felonies I would be charged with.


Sattal fell for me and told me of the State Police plot. I broke up with her. She told me I would lose my daughter, my properties, and go to prison if I did not continue to date her. I had no record, and refused to continue seeing Barbara. Her threat came true. I lost everything I had ever worked for AND contact with my daughter.


I was attacked on my property by a police informant 10-11-01, not even a month after having written Bush [this letter, getting this response], scroll down. Police and local elected officials had the text of my letter a day after I mailed Bush.


I was sentenced to a year in prison for two misdemeanors, breach of peace, and assault 3rd, which can be loud yelling. Without a record, I got prison for “overreacting” to being mugged, ending the beating I was taking with pepper spray. I didn’t want to get stabbed. My assailant wasn’t arrested. To be charged with breach of peace you have to be “in public”. I was attacked from behind in my dark driveway on private property.


If we in the US, live in a police state, if the courts are rigged, and elected officials continue to do nothing, I may leave the US in 2009, to be “Free” and “American” at the same time, elsewhere.


I have found through personal experience that NOTHING in the US Constitution actually applies to anything.


-Steven G. Erickson


A witness tells my story [video]

[click here] for the Connecticut State Police misconduct complaints I lodged. Police in Connecticut have a policy for complainers, it is called, "Arrest and Discredit"




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Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)
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