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One of the BIG legal fantasies promoted by governments and officials is the idea of officials’ having ‘immunity’ from prosecution and no liability… so they cannot be held liable for their corrupt and illegal actions.

Don’t buy the LIE!
Added 2017-09-07

Officials ARE Liable for Bad Faith and Illegal Acts, NO Immunity

Ignorance of the law cuts both ways!

What could be more of a bad faith illegal act than unknowingly trespassing on rights of a man or woman and attempting to apply civil laws of the democratic society to people living in the free society!

There is a fundamental principle of law; no one is above the law! All government actors government immunity clause only applies to government actors when they are performing their actions of their office defined by their office in good faith. Applying their internal policies externally is not acting in good faith!

Any actions that any government actor take not defined by their office or illegal by their nature are considered done outside of their office. Done in their private capacity making them fully liable in their private capacity without any protections of their office.

The government is also liable for having employed them, their supervisors are liable for improper training and oversight and the actions carried out while they were an agent or employee.

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