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Abolishing Probate # 5: Congress's Failure to Act

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Under its duty to the public, Congress has repeatedly failed to act to protect the public from the system of probate in all its forms.  Declaring a living, breathing individual dead in the law (civil death) is equal in its consequences to a natural death.  They make this declaration of death under the guise of "ward of the state".  Once a ward, you have no rights whatsoever.  Prisoners who have committed the worst crimes imaginable have more rights [reserved than a "ward of the state".  Under this system, the elderly, the disabled and children are trafficked by the government for profit. 

This sytem of human trafficking is the result of Congress's failure to act within its duty to the public.  As congress is charged under the Constitution for the United States with organizing the courts, it stands to reason these probate courts could not exist without their complicity and their abject failure to act to protect the public from these professional predators. 

Inferior Courts Clause Art 111 Sect. 2 Clause 1

https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleiii

Section 1.

The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. (this bill s 178 relieves congress of its duty to end these administrative tribunals and to make laws protecting the public from professional predators and to organize the courts). (emphasis, mine)

 

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