On May 9, 2016, at 9:08 PM, Attorney Larry Klayman
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
by Anna Von Reitz
Sheriff Mack took the question of whether or not Sheriffs of incorporated counties (operating on the international jurisdiction of the sea) could legally enforce The Constitution (as part of their job) all the way to the Supreme Court and the answer was yes, they could. But, that in no way makes it a mandate. It merely means that individuals like Sheriff Mack himself could freely decide whether or not to enforce The Constitution (and presumably other Organic Laws) in their counties.
For truly "Constitutional" Sheriffs enforcing the Constitution and the other Organic and Public Laws is the entire focus of their job assignment, not an afterthought or personal choice after a long day of code and regulation enforcement.
And therein lies the rub. Sheriff Mack apparently wants the office of sheriff to have the right to pick and choose when to act as a peacekeeper and respect the guarantees of The Constitution, and when to act as a Code Enforcer and use the oppressive plenary power that system gives to the STATE and the OFFICE OF SHERIFF based on the expediency of the moment and the Sheriff's own assessment of what is called for.