From: "Lyndsay Gleason"
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2003
To: <[email protected]>

Uniformed Citizen,
If you would like to change Maine State Law, enacted by Your elected
government, You ought to lobby Your local legislator, not those who
enforce Maine's statutory laws.

Editors Note: Obviously didn't read all the evidence I've compiled on this site
before commenting. Any law enacted which is in violation of the Constitution
is "NULL & VOID" Something people really need to learn and confront them with!

From: "Francis K. Keough"
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 01:03:28 EST
To: [email protected]

Please come drive in Lewiston. I myself will be more than glad to either
summons or arrest you for Operating a Motor Vehicle w/o a License, or what
ever charge may be most appropriate; and you can argue your case in Court.

This issue has already been more than satisfactorily addressed; just like the
bozo's who say they don't have to pay taxes, or want to return to the gold
standard. Hah hah !!

Respectfully yours,

Francis K. KEOUGH
Lewiston (Maine) Police Department

Editors Note: He correctly states the issue has been addressed. I've posted supreme
court cases backing my claims. Is our local law enforcement above the supreme court?

From: "Real Truth"
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 07:25:11 -0500
To: "Francis K. Keough"

Thank you for your response.

FYI. I do drive in Lewiston!

PS. Yes the issue has been addressed by Supreme Court. I have the cases and
the law in hardcopy. Please visit my site for details!

From: "Scot Bradeen"
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 08:23:09 -0500
To: "Real Truth"

Dear Sir/Madam,

Under Maine Statutes Revised Annotated Title 29A section 351
"Registration Required": 

"The owner of a vehicle that is operated or remains on a public way is
responsible for registering the vehicle."

Under Maine Revised Statutes Annotated 29A Section 1251 "License

"Except as provided in Section 510, subsection 1 (related to tractors
used for farming) a person commits an offense of operating a motor
vehicle without a license if that person operates a motor vehicle on a
public way or parking area without being licensed or in violation of a
condition or restriction on the license.  For a resident, that license
must be issued by this State."

These laws have been on the books for a very long time.  I do not know
when they were created, I would imagine that occurred sometime shortly
after cars became prolific.

The legislature has the authority, as given by the people of Maine, to
create or amend laws.  The police have been tasked to enforce the laws.
 You may research any of the Maine laws at:

I hope that this has been of some assistance to you,

Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

Officer Scot Bradeen
Maine Computer Crime Task Force
Lewiston Police Department

Editors Note: Thank you Scot for the time to address this issue! If only
others had the decency to provide a courteous answer as you have done.

From: "Real Truth"
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 08:33:27 -0500
To: "Scot Bradeen"

Thank you for providing the Maine statute quotes. It is the first decent
response I got. I guess my next question would be what authority authorizes
the state to override the constitution or common law? You mentioned the
legislation as given by the people of Maine.  This I need to research
further as I believe their is a confliction. Updates will be addressed on my
web site.

From: "Scot Bradeen"
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 08:49:54 -0500
To: "Real Truth"

Dear Sir/Madam,

In response to your follow-up question, I do not have an answer for you
without doing some research of my own.  That area of law is not my
expertise, I am very familiar with the process of the making of laws and
enforcement of them.  I might suggest that you spend some time with you
elected officials as they may be able to provide you with the insight
you are looking for.


Officer Scot Bradeen
Maine Computer Crime Task Force
Lewiston Police Department

Editors Note: Follow-up with Scot to be posted shortly.

Below is the long awaited slanderous E-Mail from:

Francis K. KEOUGH
Lewiston (Maine) Police Department

With this kind of treatment it's no wonder people have bad feelings about our government.
Look at the abuse this public servant gave me (one of his superiors)!

From: "Francis K. Keough"
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 12:49 PM EST
To: [email protected]

If you are driving in Lewiston, Maine; then you either have a proper license
(and are legally operating), or you don't have a license (and are violating
the law).

I don't notice anything where you identify yourself. Who are you?

By chance, do you also believe that the moon landing in 1969 was a fraud ?
Just kinda curious . . . .

Francis K. KEOUGH  //  [email protected]

Editors Note: Due to mail issues I don't have my reply to post on this one.

From: "Francis K. Keough"
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2003 7:59 PM EST
To: [email protected]

Unfortunately, reviewing your statements and your position on things, you
have already made up your mind, and no amount of arguing or persuasion on my
part is going to convince you of anything. That's fine by me; as long as you
limit your attacks to verbal barrages.

I am of course concerned about your reluctance to identify yourself. I am
always concerned by threatening people who feel the need to conceal
themselves. Yes, I don't want to get killed. Your unwarranted allegation as
to "corruption" of the system, and by inference my involvement in said
corruption, is the same old tired stuff I have heard for 25 years. A Court of
Law is the place to present these things; and since we have such a liberal
court system, if your case had any merit you would have prevailed. Instead,
you probably went in representing yourself ("A person who acts as his own
lawyer has a fool for a client."); or, more likely, your were WRONG !

I'm not going to waste my time with your same old tired arguments.  Anyone
may stand in the shadows and make blind allegations; and I'm just not
interested in discussing things with someone I can't see.

If you think what I have written previously is insulting then you don't know
me very well !!  I won't waste my time attempting to insult you; it merely
lowers me to your level.  You are absolutely incorrect about my being a
"public servant". You, or the 'public', are most certainly NOT my 'commander'
!!  Yes, I swore an oath to uphold the Constitution; the Constitution of the
United States of America; and not the constitution as interpreted by a coward
who hides in the shadows and makes blind accusation; yet expects me to
believe what he (or she) says.  No, nice try.

Well, you know where I am.
If you have a problem with any of this; feel free to bring it on.

Francis K. KEOUGH // [email protected]

Editors Note: Due to mail issues I don't have my reply to post on this one.

From: "Steve Pattison"
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2003 1:50 PM EST
To: [email protected]

Here is where the word game starts.

You need to find where they define the following words used within their
Statutes and Revised Statutes:

Motor Vehicle
Copy of Oath
delegation of authority to override the Constitution of the state

I do not believe that I am a person as defined within their rules and/or
Statutes.  If THEY believe you, then the rules and/or the Statutes are
unconstitutional (State).  Then it may became a National Constitutional
issue because they are not providing a "Representative Republican Form of
Government" because they should never have passed laws that would effect
your right to move from place to place!

The National Constitution should not have anything to do with your problem
with the State.

There are several web sites that will give you all the help you need.  I
lost them when THEY took down my hard drive.

Editors Note: Thank you Steve for the feedback!

Dear Sir/Madam,

The definitions you are looking for are found in Title 29A of the MRSA.
The entire Revised Statutes should be available for you at the website
I provided you earlier or at your local library.

Each agency administers their own oaths, usually before a dedimus
justice, but they are fairly much the same.

As far at the delegation question, again, I don't have that information
for you as that probably pertains to legislation if I interpret your
question correctly.

Officer Scot Bradeen
Maine Computer Crime Task Force
Lewiston Police Department
171 Park Street
Lewiston, Maine 04240
(207) 784-6422 ext 256
Fax (207) 784-2384
(207) 795-9010 ext 211

Editors Note: Thank you Scot for the feedback!

UPDATE: January 2004

Since the above transpired I have learned a great many things. To correct a few
errors in the discussion above:

A man or women traveling in their private automobile does not need a license
or registration. The officer and the courts will try and trick you into their jurisdiction
on this by using the terms motor vehicle, drive, driver, passenger, operate and a
few more. These words are commercial terms to which the judge will take silent notice
of. To clarify:

Your are a man or women not a driver or operator!
You are not driving or operating you are traveling!
You are not in a motor vehicle you are in your personal or private auto!
You do not have passengers you have guest!

To those of you who follow the law as written you can see through the many
false statements made by Mr. KEOUGH. To those of you who do not understand
the "LAW" I would strongly recommend visiting your local law library so see just how bad
the "LAW" is being misapplied on the common person. Time to wake up people
your god given inalienable rights are being usurped! The day is not far when this
country will be a police state under marshal law. Fight now while we can do it
peacefully. Don't wait until we have another civil war on our hands. The day is near!

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