ActAsheville is information for action, to support True democracy. Democracy works only with Citizens Speaking, Knowing, and Requesting their Rights! Human and Civil Rights PRE-Date government, the reason Law and Constitution includes the entity idea of “God”. This means government is not god, that human citizens can demand rights above and surpassing Laws which are Unlawful due to conflicting nature of Natural Human Rights.

Our overlord corporations and government have long been for themselves; at this point, they’re anti-humanitarian. They make the laws; Citizens stand by and say “oh well”.

Goal: Awareness of Issues pending that effect humans and human civil rights in the area.

Human Rights: In an oligarchy, government is not for the people by the people. ActAsheville bases efforts for human rights priority, above MultiNational Corporations lobbying against human rights of the citizens.

Democracy: True democracy requires Action by People. The government barely retains systems that support humans pressing human and civil rights. So we find our nation overruled by Big Business interests that, in essence, own “our” government.

Download the “Free To Go: Citations” document. Engage it immediately when pulled for a traffic infraction (esp. speeding). 

“Just Doing My Job”: Law Enforcements’ Standard Request to Violate Rights with No Responsibility

Policing originally exists to neutralize issues. In 2016, though, it’s very common for a police interaction to be escalated by the Law Enforcement. Their primary role is (supposedly) to DEescalate situations. Though many of us know, that’s not the case. De-escalation works well in countries like UK and Scandinavia.

Below is a sample (real letter of complaint) submitted to the DOJ for an actual interaction with a State Highway Patrol Trooper in NC as of March 2016:

North Carolina State Highway Patrol

Civil Rights Division
(202) 514-4609
Criminal Section
Civil Rights Division
U.S. Department of Justice
P.O. Box 66018
Washington, D.C. 20035-6018

Complaint on: ​SHP Trooper (Withheld until Complaint is Resolved) #(Withheld until Complaint is Resolved)
Incident: 12 March approximately 6:11 PM
Witness: (Driver, Self) Withheld until Complaint is Resolved
Witness: (Passenger) Withheld until Complaint is Resolved

Incident involving alleged rights violations:
As driver of his own passenger vehicle, routine traffic stop for alleged speeding by SHP Trooper (Withheld until Complaint is Resolved) #(Withheld until Complaint is Resolved) occurred 12 March approx 6:11 pm. Upon appearance at driver’s window, Trooper introduced himself by name and asked “License & Registration”. Driver proceeded to remove requested items from glovebox without verbal response (Trooper later referred to this as “you guys proceeded to go back to what you were doing”. Trooper then stated “It reeks of alcohol in there. Who has been drinking?” Driver responded they had not been drinking. (Trooper’s intentional fabrication of evidence, proof hereafter and upon release after examination/interrogation as unlawful well sobriety test, as well as later quote from Trooper: “If you have had anything to drink or or you have anything on your breath I don’t think it’s much I’m not even gonna check you cause i don’t think you have”) After Trooper forced driver to submit to a finger eye-motion sobriety test from driver’s seat (excessive force based on fabrication of false evidence), Trooper requested driver to step out of car. (No probable cause to remove driver from vehicle as determined by further interaction with Trooper). Trooper then stated he would investigate passenger. Driver warned Trooper twice that a routine alleged traffic stop did not give lawful cause to investigate passenger; Trooper then became physically and more verbally forceful about investigating passenger (excessive force) by stating forcefully that he “definitely would and was going to investigate passenger” (twice, driver denied him twice verbally). Upon forceful investigation of passenger, having Passenger open the vehicle (unlawful, Driver owns vehicle, denied Trooper access verbally, and Passenger had no lawful rights to allow access to vehicle) Trooper attempted unlawful search of Passenger’s belongings and attempted unlawful search and entry of vehicle by requesting search of Passenger, Passenger’s belongings, and vehicle (3 excessive force violations, 3 unlawful attempts at search and seizure). False probable cause was alcohol (intentional fabrication of evidence) which was determined to be untrue after (using excessive force & fabricating false evidence) investigating both passenger and Driver by observation and verbal interaction and sobriety test (driver)(based on fabrication of false evidence). Second rights violation, excessive force based on fabricated evidence to submit driver to sobriety test. Third violation, attempt to remove passenger from vehicle. Fourth violation questioning passenger in relation to speeding infraction involving driver only. Fifth violation, attempt to search vehicle. Sixth violation, attempted to search passenger’s private possessions. Multiple counts of excessive force. Count of fabrication of false evidence with intention of loss of liberty to another.
Trooper was warned twice of a violation to interrogate and/or search passenger. Third warning from Passenger about rights violation of questioning passenger and of attempting to search passenger’s private belongings. Multiple rights violation attempting to search vehicle.
Trooper claimed lack of verbal response as a valid reason to remove Driver from vehicle. These rights violations and attempts at unlawful imprisonment by the Trooper who stated “just doing his job”, while including multiple attempts and direct misconduct of Trooper’s own unlawful violations.
Other misquotes by officer: “She said i could look through her purse but i didn’t.”

Rights violations and Misconduct including the following:
This law makes it unlawful for State or local law enforcement officers to engage in a pattern or practice of conduct that deprives persons of rights protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States. (42 U.S.C. § 14141).
The types of law enforcement misconduct covered by these laws include excessive force, sexual assault, intentional false arrests, or the intentional fabrication of evidence resulting in a loss of liberty to another.
Final Violation: Citation given during this incident does not have the Address of the Court to appear in. Address listed on citation: “Marshall”
Discrimination: Color, Sex – Bypassing driver’s repeated attempts to cease the Trooper from Trooper’s heated and ongoing rights violations, he finally ceased after Passenger, (white/female), denied him from unlawfully continuing to access her person, her belongings, and investigation of her person.