By Anna Von Reitz
In response to the Company Line being put out by Doucette, Hamilton, et alia. and as expressed by an apparently concerned commentator-----
I would be inclined to put more weight to your reasoning, if I didn't know some simple facts and didn't have experience with Bruce Doucette bungling money and contract relationships before.
The simple facts I know are these: (1) At this point in its development, there is one check book and one account funding all aspects of the Continental Marshals Service. There is not some sophisticated, separate account structure, where it is possible to set aside "special designated funds"; (2) Bruce Doucette had cause to know that when he made the donation and he has no reason to suppose any thing different now; (3) Anyone who isn't serious and competent enough to pay $35 for their own badge-- and that is assuming that they pass the vetting process-- shouldn't be considering service as a Continental Marshal; (4) Thanks to the fraud our lawful government has suffered, the Continental Marshals Service isn't yet funded or staffed except by donations and by volunteers. Bella Haywood has worked many hundreds if not thousands of hours without receiving diddly-squat for her expertise and service commitment which has nothing whatsoever to do with nursing; (5) Bruce Doucette handed Marshal Haywood the baton and made her responsible for everything concerning the Marshals Service on a national call in front of God and everyone else present; (6) Marshal Haywood set about the task with courage and commitment and has built the Continental Marshals Service ever since. Bruce abdicated the responsibility and therefore also abdicated the authority; (7) This is not the first time that Bruce Doucette has made assumptions about money and commitments and been wrong-headed about both.