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There are no sheriffs left in the State of Connecticut.
They have all
been replaced with marshals by Public Act No. 00-99 (House Bill No. 5832
signed by the Governor).

The office of sheriff is a unique and special Constitutional office. It
is a part of the Check and Balance System. When a man becomes a
‘sheriff’, he takes on the special responsibility of preserving and protecting the rights, liberties, and freedoms of the people within his
county against unlawful acts, including any unlawful act committed by
public officials working in the government. He has a direct obligation
toward the people living within his county.For over 200 years, the office
of sheriff in the United States has been an office that is controlled by
the people through the election process. He is elected as their choice to

take hold as the chief law enforcement officer in the county. The people
place great trust in him to provide protection for themselves against
unlawful acts of all kinds, including usurpation and sedition. This also
includes illegal acts by agencies of government. He takes an oath to
uphold, preserve, and defend the Constitution of the United States and the

Constitution of the State in which his county exists.
The federal government is a servant of the people, and the states, and has

only the powers that have been enumerated and delegated to it in the
Constitution by the action of the people and the states. The people
retain all other powers not delegated to the federal government. James
Madison made it quite clear that delegated power of the people is not
surrendered power.
It is the duty of the federal government to guarantee a republican form of

government. It has no authority to build a military government to satisfy

desires for a New World Order. Ultimate authority resides in the
people. The federal government may not substitute its will for the best
interests and the will of the people, nor exercise authority beyond the
limits set out in the Constitution. Laws repugnant to the Constitution
are void.
The Sheriff must be advised of the instances in which unlawful acts are
committed. Power change is like electricity: not easily seen, but the
effects are strongly felt. This nation is undergoing massive, frightful,
and outrageous changes in its power structure, so much so that an
unwelcome militarized form of government is quietly spreading its network
over us.
The people’s control over their local government ended when the federal
government took control over the “General Plans” for cities and counties.
Local control over city police departments ended when the federal
government acquired the nationwide “Standard-setting Process” by using

devices created by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, a
commission that was instituted under the Gun Control Act of 1968
Now, our sheriffs are being replaced by federal marshals who are
non-elected personnel, who are not obligated to take an oath to the
Constitution, and who are not beholden to the best interests of the
people. Marshals are federal legmen. Sheriffs have been elected to
protect our freedoms and to keep control local. The sheriff takes an oath

to uphold the Constitution of the United States and that of his State.
Have you checked your state Constitution? It should include a stipulation

that the office of sheriff must be an elective office. Does it? This
effort can be enhanced by having the county Board of Supervisors pass an
ordinance to support the urgency of retaining the sheriff as one who must
be elected by the people. It is important to make sure that this
requirement is there as it is a barrier erected against the plans of the
federal government to federalize all civilian law enforcement systems.
Voters in some states have been persuaded to reduce the steadfastness of
good sheriffs by approving propositions at the polls that reduce sheriffs
to an appointive position. This action is the first-step in a two-step
maneuver to eliminate the sheriff entirely and replace him with an
appointed federal marshal. Speak to trustworthy elected officials in
your county, including your county attorney, to see what defense you may
undertake against these plans to eliminate sheriffs and replace them with
appointed federal marshals.
Don’t let happen to your State that which has already happened in the
State of Connecticut:[if !supportFootnotes][1][endif] a movement which
threatens to destroy the nation’s Constitutional system of sheriff
authority. Is Connecticut’s problem not a classic textbook example of
“thesis, antithesis, and synthesis”? The sheriff, the last vestige of local control of government by the
people, is being engineered to fall under the consolidated power of the
federal government for military operation of the United States under
international Sovietized management. Only an informed population will
prevent it from happening!\Second Amendment Committee P.O. Box 1776
Hanford, California 93232 (559) 584-5209