Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 5

NOTES re Carl Miller_Right to Travel, and Right to Work Videos

[TRANSCRIPTS of Videos #1 and #2, BELOW (only 4 pgs)]


1) Video #1: Carl Miller - Right to travel without a license pl (6.26)
2) Video #2: Right to Work (re his being charged with practicing law without a license)

Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137 (1803), says anything in conflict or repugnant to the Constitution
is null and void of law.
Shapiro v. Thompson, 394 U.S. 618 (1969), people have a right to travel freely unencumbered, and
that right is so basic it doesn’t even need to be mentioned.
Murdock v. Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105 (1943)
says no State may convert a secured liberty [i.e. your right to travel freely in your personal,
private comings and goings] into a privilege and issue a license and a fee for it, and if they do,
Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham [Alabama], 373 U.S. 262 (1963)
says you can ignore the license and engage in the right with impunity, that means they can’t
punish you.
U.S. v. Bishop, 412 U.S. 346 (1973)
willfulness is an element which must be proven that someone committed a
wrongdoing. This case defines willfulness as an evil motive or intent to avoid a
known duty or a task under the law with a moral certainty. You couldn’t have
done an evil task by not having the license or plates because you were totally
following the constitution and the U.S. Supreme Court rulings. I would submit
that prosecution counsel’s burden is to prove that I did willfully and knowingly
avoid a known duty or task under the law, namely to get the license, which they
cannot prove, and this case must be dismissed with prejudice (they can't bring it
again) for failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted.

Video #1: Carl Miller - Right to travel without a license pl (6.26)


https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL62F006C068D9FDED (link to video of Carl Miller’s video)

Right to Travel w/o a License

It’s called positive change. And every time they see you, and that goofy hat you wear, they go, ahhhhh,
for God’s sake, don’t give that guy no ticket.
I’ve actually been pulled over, listening to the program, didn’t have no plates on my car. Policeman
called, he said, “You got positive ID on the guy?” And a friend of mine was taping it off his police
radio, he said, “Yeah, it’s him.”
He [the Sergeant (Sarg)] said, “Well for God’s sake don’t give that guy no ticket.”
And the guy says, “Sorry Sarg, he ain’t got no plates on his car.”
Sarg said, “I don’t give a damn what he ain’t got on his car. Don’t give that guy no ticket.”
He said, “But Sarg, you told me he’s just been waiting to fight it and beat it all the way to the
Supreme Court, and I wrote that on the ticket.”
Sarg said, “You gave that guy a ticket? I just told you not to give that guy a ticket. Are you deaf?
You got some problem with your hearing? I said I told you not to give that guy a ticket, now why
did you give that guy a ticket?”
He said, “Sarg, he ain’t got no plates on the car.”
Sarg said, “I told you, I don’t care what he ain’t got on the car.”
Page 1 of 5
1:00
This is all recorded on the radio broadcast. So everybody was laughing. The police were laughing, his
buddies were laughing, they were ribbing him over the radio.
The Sergeant told ‘em, “All right, knock it off, clear the net, this is serious.”
Sarg, “You gave him a ticket, fine, tomorrow morning I want you to be in here and when the city
attorney comes in here you are going to personally deliver the ticket to him and he ain’t going to
be real happy with you, cause he hates that guy [Carl], cause every time he goes to court, he
blows his [city attorney] doors off, he looks like a fool. You gave the guy a ticket, now he’s got to
go to court.”
So sure enough, we go to court. Come up before the court, judge starts operating like a prosecutor, he
starts asking me all kinds of discovery questions.
As soon as they call the case -- now this is something important you’ve got to understand, you’re going
to be your own attorney and you’ve got to know all the programming. When you hear them call your
case, you get up off your tail feather and you run right up there as quick and expediently as possible
without knocking anybody down, and you say,
“Ready your honor!” You state your appearance, “I’m so-and-so, I’m here and before this
honorable court, I’m standing as my own counsel. In my state it’s Article I Section 13, I’ve
appointed myself my own attorney and I am ready to proceed with my administrative and
procedural matters. And at this time, your honor, may it please the court, I motion for dismissal
with prejudice for failure to state a cause of action for which relief can be granted.”
Bingo! I apologize if I’m talking too fast so I’m going to try and slow down a little bit, but when you’re in
court as much as I am, you just learn, you either talk fast or you lose....
The judge biffs off right away, “Well, you got a ticket on such and such a date...”
I say, “Whoa your honor. Are you the judge, the disinterested 3rd party that’s trying this case, the
trier of fact?”
The judge said, “Yes.”
I said, “Okay. Is this the prosecutor over here to my right?”
Judge said, “Yeah, that’s him.”
I said, “Okay. Are you going to prosecute this case, your honor?”
Judge said, “No, no, I’m the judge.”
I said, “Then why are you asking discovery questions?”
Judge said, “Well I just want to find out what’s going on.”
I said, “Isn’t that his [prosecutor] job over there, that’s what he’s suppose to do. He’s suppose to
present his case as the prosecutor, trier of the case. You’re the trier of fact, he’s the trier of the
case. If you are going to operate as the judge and the prosecutor, I’m going to object, on the
record, as a mistrial.”
Judge said, “Okay, I’m going to let you enter that on the record, go ahead.”
I said, “Okay, let it be entered on the record as an appealable issue.”
Judge said, “Okay, now it’s on the record. Now let me ask you this, did you get a ticket on
September 30th?”
I said, “Yes sir.”
Judge said, “Well, let me ask you this, you have any plates on your car?”
I said, “No sir, and I don’t intend to get any.”

Page 2 of 5
And of course all the people in the court are saying, “Oh, this guy’s going to jail. This is going to be
good.”
Judge says, “I assume you have a very good reason for that.”
I said, “Yes sir.” And I shut up. And I waited. [the judge didn’t ask him WHAT the reason is, only if
he had one.]
Judge said, “Can I hear it?”
I said, “Well, your honor, I’m an unenfranchised common law free man. I’m not a participant in
any tontine [look it up] schemes of limited liability and joint venture for profit with an insurable
interest requiring me to participate in these illegal corporate ponzi schemes. I’m just a little joe
from cocamo, I live on the block.
I travel at the common law, and I have a right to travel freely unencumbered pursuant to [as
upheld by] Shapiro versus Thompson, and that right is so basic it doesn’t even need to be
mentioned. The State of Michigan arbitrarily and erroneously converted my right into a privilege
and issued a license plate and a fee for it.
Murdock versus Pennsylvania says no State may convert a secured liberty into a privilege and
issue a license and a fee for it, and if they do, Shuttlesworth versus Birmingham, Alabama says I
can ignore the license and engage in the right with impunity, that means you can’t punish me.
Since I have relied on previous decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court and on constitutional
defenses, I have a perfect defense for willfulness. I am immune to the prosecution.
Therefore, prosecution counsel does not have a cause of action for which relief can be granted. I
motion for dismissal with prejudice [they cannot bring the same charge again] for failure to state
a cause of action for which relief can be granted. And I’d kind of like to collect my costs and fees
for having to defend this frivolous case.
The judge starts reading the ticket, “Told the officer that he’s just been waiting to get this so he
could fight it and beat it all the way to the Supreme Court.”
Judge laughed and said, “Motion granted,” and he ran off the bench before I could get my damages.
I went out into the hall, he went to the can. I waited for him. He came out of the can, I served him with my
papers. Judge said, “You didn’t have to do that.” I said, “Well, I didn’t want you to be
inconvenienced, judge.” He said, “Okay,” he sighed.
I went back in the court as a casual thing just to see what kind of reaction would happen and I sat down.
About 2 cases later, this elderly gentleman gets up, he stands up there and says, “Your honor, I’m not
quite as knowledgeable as that young gentleman that was here just 2 cases ago, and I don’t
presume to understand all of the issues that he raised, but it really sounded good to me and I’d
kind of like to do everything he said on top of my case.”
Everybody broke out laughing.
The judge says, “Alright, how many of you guys here didn’t have no plates on your car?”
Five guys raise their hand, judge says, “Okay, everybody dismissed, get the hell out of here.”
And everybody broke out laughing, and it was like at the carnival at Christmas or something, it was a
carnival atmosphere.
So I’m telling you you can effect change. See, they had all figured, they said, “Watch this, this guy’s
going to jail.” And then all of a sudden, BOOM! Out jumped--and I’m telling you it’s this little book right
here [the Constitution of the United States]. You know what’s in this book, you have power. Knowledge is
power. You know what’s in this book and you know how to exercise your rights in a timely fashion, you
have what is called constitutional[ly-protected] rights.
[end]

Page 3 of 5
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL62F006C068D9FDED (link to video of Carl Miller’s video)
Video #2: Right to Work (re his being charged with practicing law without a license)

We take the line from the right. Now let’s think up another right. How about the right to work -- contract
your labor and your skill and your time and life and you see fit.
Now, your right to work is protected by the constitution under the First Amendment. Again, you have a
right to work and contract your labor and your skill and your time and life as you see fit.
I get hauled into court before the chief judge in this big court here in Oakland county. I won’t give you the
judge’s name because he was a fair judge and a good judge and I’m going to let him slide.
But the bottom line is this, he looked just like Abe Lincoln, I mean exactly, he was the spittin’ image. And
he leans over the chair and he says, “Well, it’s been reported to me, son, that you don’t have a
license to practice law, is that correct?”
And I looked up at him and I said, “Judge, I’m not practicing, I know what the hell I’m doing.”
The whole court broke out laughing.
Judge says, “That’s pretty good. That’s pretty good. I like somebody with a sense of humor. But
that doesn’t change anything, son. You have to have a license to practice law.”
I said, “Your honor, I am an unenfranchised common law free man, I live at the common law. I am
not a participant in any tontine schemes of limited liability and a joint venture for profit with an
insurable interest requiring me to participate in these illegal corporate ponzi schemes. I am just
joe blow from cocamo, down on the street. I just live at the common law. And I have a right to
work and contract my labor and my skill and my time and life as I see fit, not as some third party
arbitrary and capricious bar association sees fit.
And they had loaded the court room with all these attorneys, and they went, “Ohhhhh, you hear that
guy?”
I said, “Your honor, the state of Michigan arbitrarily and erroneously converted my right to work
into a privilege and issued a license and a fee for it. That’s unconstitutional your honor, Marbury
versus Madison, 5 US 137 (1803), anything in conflict or repugnance is null and void of law.
And since the state converted my right into a privilege and issued a license and a fee for it,
Murdock versus Pennsylvania, no state may convert a secured liberty into a privilege and issue a
license and a fee for it. And if they do, Shuttlesworth versus Birmingham, Alabama says I may
ignore the license and a fee and engage in the right with impunity, that means you can’t punish
me.
And U.S. versus Bishop, 412 U.S. 346 defines willfulness as an evil motive or intent to avoid a
known duty or a task under the law with a moral certainty. I submit, your honor, I couldn’t have
done an evil task cause I was totally following the constitution and the U.S. Supreme Court. I
would submit that prosecution counsel’s burden is to prove that I did willfully and knowingly
avoid a known duty or task under the law, namely to get the license. And I would submit he is
specifically precluded, he cannot perform his task, and therefore I motion for dismissal with
prejudice for failure to state a cause of action for which relief can be granted. And I’d kind of like
to collect my costs and fees for having to defend this frivolous spurious complaint.”
The judge rolls back in his chair with a great big smile and he turns to counsel for the prosecution and
says, “Well, Mr. _____, what do you think we ought to do about this young gentleman?”
The prosecution mouths back, “How about we honor the motion to dismiss, your honor?”
The judge says, “Good answer, cause I don’t think you’re ready for this kid today.”

Page 4 of 5
And the whole court broke out laughing. And an old gentleman walked up to me and said, “Son, I just
want to shake your hand and tell you, you’ve gotta have ____ like King Kong, cause you just
slammed the bar association right into the ground. On top of that, I’ve been an attorney for 57
years and I just want to shake your hand, sir, and tell you that that was one of the most
magnificent arguments that I’ve ever had the privilege to hear in a court of law.”
Now he was an honest attorney, and he realized what kind of a chain was around his ankle with this bar
association. And these lawyers, they resent that, they really do. They’re people just like you, they don’t
like to have any chains on them. But they hadn’t had anybody quite show them how to get those chains
off. And when they saw somebody do it in their own skill with their own cards, on their own playing field, it
actually impressed the hell out of them. I had several gentlemen come up and shake my hand that day.
Needless to say, the case was dismissed and I’ve been helping little people getting jammed for years.
Every time I see some little person get jammed I’m out there flippin’ that wrench (???) Z z z...
[end]

Page 5 of 5