Now, I am not going to elaborate on how much fear and suffering these efforts have caused including loss of life, loss of property and loss of liberties fought for and attained by blood and treasure by the founders of this country and continued defense of those liberties by military members along with honest lawful police officers carrying out their sworn duties.
It is time to put a stop to those insufferable efforts by passing legislation that protects and compensates those who suffer loss as a result of the unconstitutional actions of legislatures at the federal, state and municipal levels of individuals who have abrogated their sworn duty to uphold established laws on both the Federal and State levels.
I am therefore putting forth the following proposed legislation that will re-establish and affirm the rights of individuals who are lawfully able to own and bear arms in defense of their personal safety, the safety of their families and neighbors and the defense of their cities and states if necessary, to maintain their individual liberties guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America.
1. Any lawful citizen who has suffered by death their own life or that of family members has the legal right to pursue legal recourse and compensation for those losses against the individuals involved in business, municipal, state or federal agencies who have instigated those laws that caused the losses.
2. Any lawful citizen who has suffered by unlawful actions such as riots, gang related activities or civic authorities or justices in the legal system, loss of property or personal belongings shall have the right to pursue legal recourse and compensation for those losses against those individuals at any level who have cause such losses by unconstitutional laws that do not reaffirm the intended content of the Second Amendment.
3. At the conclusion of the foregoing legal recourses if the individuals accused are found to be responsible after thorough investigation and trial they shall be required to compensate the injured parties in the amount of not less than $250,000.
4. Appeals may be filed by parties found guilty of neglect and purposeful actions but in any case only one appeal will be allowed and if the judgment stands the $250,000 judgment shall be paid in no less than 60 days from the final decision.
The above law has the intent of prohibiting individuals at any level from ignoring or bypassing established Constitutional law or any Supreme Court ruling that affirms the Second Amendment right to the legal citizen individual.