Dear Mr. Coppinger, Reports say you are planning to announce Thursday an “extending” of your compulsory mask order.
No legal authority exists for the rule from the beginning. Gov. Lee and Becky Barnes are in admitted violation of TCA 68-5-104, with its requirements they make a determination of the cause and source of the CV-19 symptoms.
They haven’t done that. Why not?
Sir, please apprise yourself of the situation and put a stop to these abuses, which are actionable civilly as intentional torts. Are they also crimes, under forms of extortion? I have given notice about these abuses consistently since March on two press platforms, and there’s no way you can plead lack of intent and lack of knowledge.
If you haven’t read my investigative report on your ultra vires activity violating our rights, it’s my complaint in chancery, filed Oct. 12. It’s right here.
Lee and Barnes are in default. County attorney Rheubin Taylor has no answer to my having caught you and these other people in flagranto delicto. Nor does she have an answer in court. Gov. Lee hasn’t even named an attorney to the miserable job of defending him.
It’s time to stop this abuse before things get worse.
It’s time to intervene and interpose on behalf of the people, to say “no.” It’s time to look at your supposed betters in higher office and put an end to their public health theater, their abuse of the statute, their abrogration of the constitution.
Are you, sir, among them?
The owners have come in, and clicked on the light. Members of the public are looking around their looted property to see who the masked people are who have been carrying our liberty and prosperity out the door, tossing them into the beds of their pickup trucks.
It’s time to identify with law and order, Mr. Coppinger, and not share tasks, duties and policies the malefactors, despite their being your familiars. We have found you out, good sir, and plead with you to honor your oath and respect our rights.
It’s time to come clean and start over — before Judge Fleenor or the court of appeals issues the writ.