10/21/12 Breach of Constitutional Duty

Aside from the fact that a judge cannot apply for and authorize his own search warrant; the warrant originally created from July 26, 2011 and re-initiated by Judge Carlos Manuel Sanchez Miranda was a civil search warrant which required our consent. The prime reason for this was the lack of a proper applicant, because the affiant (PANI attorney) is not a public prosecutor or police official to which the only form of action authorized can be civil (contractual), not criminal. With the writ of September 6, 2011, the judge is attempting to shift the nature of the warrant from civil to criminal in order to alleviate the need for consent and mitigate the limitations of a bench warrant. However, for the judge to assume that the charges are criminal, there must be a trial in order to asses how NON charges in a civil setting became criminal in order for a search warrant to be applied AND if so, why are the police or public prosecutor NOT involved in the APPLICATION of the warrant? That is a pure, clear breach of protocol. Judges cannot apply for search warrants anymore than police can authorize them. That is a check and balance republics use to avoid abuse of process.

Unfortunately for us AND Judge Carlos Manuel Sanchez Miranda, he chose to desecrate constitutional trust and chose to favor the entity that has subcontracted him in article 7, The United Nations. He is a judicial body acting on behalf of the United Nations when dealing with personas that have entered that jurisdiction. That is, of course, the reason why none of these officials wanted to have an open dialogue whereby we could get our testimony entered into an article 35 court of record. When acting on behalf of the United Nations' mandates, the judge is operating a private court of NO record in that, although minutes may be recorded, the process may supersede constitutional protections and allow an adjudication by opinion. The reason is simple, the defendant, by his own hand or mouth has consented to shift away from his constitutionally derived rights in favor of state entitlements. The pseudonym in ALL CAPS with ensuing number, (cedula) using capitus diminutio maxima is a form of disclosure indicating that the owner of the wet ink signature has knowledge of his rights being diminished. This cedula is required as it provides prima facie evidence that the state is completely within its power to diminish the rights that people believe they still have under the constitution. As such, the court need not explain to the confused defendant as the court does not need to explain its decision. When asked, they will tell you to seek an attorney if you need legal assistance, which is another trap.

This being said, and no state contracts established, Judge Carlos Manuel Sanchez Miranda makes the decision to represent the interests of PANI (The United Nations) and exposes himself to a breach of his fiduciary duty. That is to say, his relationship between the sovereign of Costa Rica (the people article 2) is set out by an oath to the constitution. If he breaches that fiduciary duty he is acting outside the authority set out by the people. If he uses that power to use force against people inside that trust instrument, then he is acting in treason against the sovereign. This is actually more serious than what his actions did to our family. Now, let's go see what Judge Carlos Manuel Sanchez Miranda said to encite the police, through an illegal method, to act in accordance to the judge's will and use force against us. It is incitement because he no longer stands in his office as he has broken protocol as such is acting sua sponte and ultra vires and against the will of the sovereign expressed in article 2. This presses his own personal will or that of the ministry he represents (United Nations) upon us, leaving him naked of his judicial immunity as he has departed the oath of office and acts not under the power vested by the sovereign, but guided by his own guile and contempt of both sovereigns the constitution commits to.

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