By Paul Griepentrog (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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S 510 moved through its Senate processes raising hoopla amongst the masses, misdirected from arguing the facts pursuant to substantive and procedural law by countless organizations and their respected attorneys. Whining and pouting were the order of the day, when I tendered the following; it was first edited by the unknowing and eventually deleted from the alert.

S 510 violates the substantive and procedural rights of natural persons by allowing illegal search and seizure without due process of law, requiring self incriminating recordkeeping in direct contrast to the provision of “being secure in your person and papers”.  It allows arrest without warrant for mere resistance of compliance officials.”

The claim was made that no one would understand it, a clear indication that none had read the bill, an act unperformed by many as it has finally come to light that in HR 2749 the fee schedule had been removed and reinstated in § 107 of S 510. More