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 Posted: Tue Apr 24th, 2018 12:32 pm
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Joe Kelley

 

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The level of ignorance of each individual concerning what is or is not rule of law is added to the level of ignorance of each other individual which constitutes the absence of the power known as rule of law which then cannot work to deter crime. If criminals are more knowledgeable about rule of law than their victims: rule of law is ineffective. That can be measured anther way. The level of knowledge working in each individual concerning what is or is not rule of law is added to the level of knowledge of each other individual which constitutes the power of rule of law which can then deter crime: potential victims are more knowledgeable about their power to deter crime, and criminals know it, so crime is effectively deterred: crime no longer pays well enough to sustain such an evil vocation.

People, under rule of law, have the power to indict, and try, according to the common laws of free people in liberty, anyone, anywhere, who is reasonably suspected of having injured innocent people.

The criminals take over, as they did in America in 1789, and the criminals enforce a counterfeit version of rule of law, and this counterfeit version of rule of law works to keep all the victims ignorant about the true power of rule of law.

If everyone is working cooperatively at deterring crime before any criminal even dreams of perpetrating a crime, who would call that vigilantism?