Defendant wins stop sign ticket through the mail
Motorist refers to traffic cops as "revenue agents (bagmen) for the government", wins case

By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
October 30, 2009

John Shanahan of southern California, who's a constitutionalist, electrical engineer and a licensed member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, just beat his second traffic ticket this year. He won through the mail, filing a TRIAL BY DECLARATION, without ever appearing in person. The court mailed back his $212 bail. His insurance rates were not raised. He did not pay the state a dime. We love to brag about these victories and show people that it's very easy to do. It's very important to remember presumption of innocence.

On his written declaration, [View Page 1  and Page 2] part of what john wrote is the following:

"If Deputy Hubler were honest about his method of stopping me, would he not admit that the reason he was positioned where he was is because he was not visible immediately to drivers like myself? Was he actually "laying in wait" intentionally with his visibility obscured so that he could "catch me in the act"? Would the court and/or Deputy Hubler deny that they are not really promoting safety, but concede that their primary activity is to perform the role of revenue agents (bagmen) for the government?"


John insists that since the system want to fleece everyone out of their money, we should make them work for it. Below are scans of the court documents so that others can see literally how simple this process can be.

Geo McCalip runs HelpIGotATicket.com, a free website where John learned how to do all this stuff.
 

TRIAL BY DECLARATION Cover page
Read the COURT DECISION
See the REFUND CHECK
 
DEFENDANT PRESENT (VIA MAIL)
DISMISSALS
COUNT(S) 1 DISMISSED IN THE INTEREST OF JUSTICE.
LACK OF PROSECUTION. NO STATEMENT FILED BY OFFICER
CASH BAIL EXONERATED.

Youtube vid: You Want My Money Pig? WORK FOR IT! (How To Beat A Stop Sign Ticket  In California)


The City of Rancho Cucamonga had to pay John Shanahan his $212 dollars after he beat his 2nd ticket.