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Source: THE DAILY PAUL
October 31, 2011
over 2 years ago
Another sad day for those of use serving as God's ministers for good and a terror against evil (Romans 13:1-4).
Garbage in garbage out. I am a Deputy Sheriff in the State of North Carolina. We have yet to "be warned" of any implications of this or any other ruling. We all know the implications of impropriety. Civil liability is and has always been around. Could an officer/Deputy lose their property lose their property if sued in civil court? Sure. It has always been this way. This decision makes no difference on anything. Reading through the comments it appears as if there are a bunch of people who have nothing better to do than to write stupid comments on an issue to which they have no clue.
I agree that Ron Paul and his followers are pretty far out there. Some great ideas BUT, you have all this kind of garbage tossed in as well.
Even if some far out NC judge made this ruling, it will be reversed by a higher court.
Consider the source. Ron Paul web site? I'll wait for the real facts.
This confuses me. I cannot see how the LEOs in the State of NC can or are considered 'private employees. That would mean that they are basically "contractors" and if that is so then they are paid as such and only get a 1099 at the end of the year. Additionally the City or County does not pay their Social Security or deduct any taxes from them as they are independent contractors. That is not the case. Fact is that the LEOs in NC are 'employed' by the city or county and represent them. You cannot have it both ways. Much ado about nothing.
It is good to be a Fed. We are pretty well coverd.
Glad I don't work in NC. The Judges down there have a bad way of thinking of things.
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