Tulis, in 3 minutes, asks county to spare deputies’ lives, restore safety to roads

David Tulis asks the county commission to inquire into the rejection of Title 55 by Sheriff Jim Hammond, who enforces the law way beyond its scope. (Photo David Tulis on FB)

How Jim Hammond could save officers' lives by obeying the Tennessee transportation law and honoring its limited scope. All in 3 minutes at the county commission.David's analysis in type is here: http://nooganomics.com/2019/05/hammond-must-save-deputies-lives-by-ending-abusive-traffic-stops/

Posted by Nooganomics on Wednesday, May 15, 2019

I propose a county government ask Sheriff Jim Hammond to comply with the TN shipping and transportation law— one used routinely to harass the poor, blacks, immigrants and others on the roadside. Yes, the traffic stop.

In TN, the law is clear, pursuant to a public document, Transportation Administrative Notice Tennessee, prepared by me as public notice Feb. 20, 2018, for Chattanooga and March 1, 2018, for the county.

Under notice, Hamilton County has no choice but to defy a crooked judiciary, obey the black-letter law at Title 55 and respect the God-given, constitutionally guaranteed, inherent and unalienable rights of the people. It’s up to us to have the law properly enforced.

If we people do nothing, we just keep grinning and bearing it. And hope oppressed people can wait a little longer for justice to be restored in this place.

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