Arthur Jay Hirsch of Lawrence County, Tenn.
Basil Marceaux of Soddy-Daisy chats with Jay Hirsch in a greasy spoon restaurant near the Tennessee supreme court building. Mr. Marceaux has been arrested more than 50 times as a legal reformer opposed, among other things, to roadblocks and unconstitutional stops and searches. (Photo David Tulis)
Russell Parkes, circuit court judge in Lawrence County, Tenn.

LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn., March 5, 2021 — Dear Judge [Russell] Parkes, Today I received a notice from the clerk’s office stating that I have been scheduled for a hearing on March 15th at 8:30 a.m. for my case #36138. I was surprised at this notice, because, at my fall hearing you granted my motion for a continuance until March 18, 2021, since I had requested said hearing to be conducted at a time when the court was operating in a constitutional manner, and the China-flu (Covid 19) face covering rule was ended. Neither has occurred, so hearing is inappropriate.

As you may recall at said fall hearing, I strongly objected to wearing a face covering in court for conscientious religious reasons, claiming and exercising my constitutionally secured right under

Article 1, § 3, to wit,
Tennessee Declaration of Rights Article I, § 3 “That all men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own conscience. . . that no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience. . .” (Emphasis added)

All of the so-called pandemic rules, guidelines, mandates, etc. are directly contrary, in every respect, to the eternal Word of God, i.c. the Holy Scriptures. They are historically satanic occult initiation rituals (e.g. see Encyclopedia Britannica under the word “Mask”). Also, face coverings were often used on African slaves to make them submissive (photos on internet).
Did not each of the five Tennessee Supreme Court justices breach their solemn oaths of office to uphold the constitution by ignoring the clear and unambiguous language of Article XI, § 16, and by issuing their orders violating rights and radically changiong the operation of the Peoples’ court?

Yes.

The Tennessee Supreme Court’s rules requiring face coverings, social distancing, etc. in the courthouse are indeed blatantly unconstitutional. They knowingly and intentionally ignored the prohibition of Article 11, § 16, forbidding any violation of enumerated rights “on any PRETENSE whatever” [e.g.China-flu scamdemic].

Having thus breached their oath of office, the Justices have forfeited all legitimate judicial authority and are acting under color of law. Tennessee Constitution (1796) [original intent of the framers]

Article 10th Sect. 4th The Declaration of Rights hereto annexed is declared to be a part of the Constitution of this State and Shall never be violated on any pretence whatever. And to Guard against transgressions of the high Powers which we have delegated, we declare that everything in the Bill of Rights contained and every other right not hereby delegated is excepted out of the General Powers of Government and shall for ever [i.e. forever] remain inviolate. (Emphasis added)

(Note: This same article is restated in the 1870 Tennessee Constitution at Article XI, Section 16.) Further, the Justices’ rules have abrogated the Peoples’ constitutionally protected rights to religious freedom of conscience, open courts, speedy trial, peaceable assembly, due process, proper trials by
jury (to name a few), contrary to SCOTUS’s Miranda decision, to wit

Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.

— Miranda v. Arizona., 384 U.S. 436, 491, 86 S. Ct. 1602, 1636


Judge Parkes, I believe you certainly must recognize by now that America is a fallen state. It is no longer a constitutional republic, but a socialist banana republic. The U.S. Supreme Court has recently shown that there is no obedience to the federal constitution any longer. Oaths mean nothing.
The Rule of Law is ended. The judicial system and the courts are broken beyond repair and are unrecognizable as institutions of justice. Arbitrary Rule by Force/”might-makes-right” is now the norm. The political psychopaths are telling us that mandatory face coverings, etc. will never go away and that all individuals are expected to give up their person civil liberties for the good of society, i.e. the “New Normal.”

Now, Judge Parkes, considering the above, and in light of the contents of my previous letter in defense of my religious beliefs (copy attached), and the documents attached hereto, what can I expect in my case? Will my constitutional rights and liberty be recognized and protected, or will I be
subjected to tyrannical oppression and abuse?

Please note:

  • This case has dragged on for nearly 4 years. Is it not time to do righteously and dismiss it sua sponte for obvious speedy trial and due process violation?
  • The scamdemic with its draconian rules are predicted to continue for many years, thus, the tyranny in Tennessee courts will therefore never end, denying me due process forever.
  • I will not compromise my religious beliefs or my constitutionally protected rights so as to comply with unlawful, void rules/orders. Will I be arrested for resisting? If so, on what grounds, and by what authority?
  • I stand firm on the Word of God, the state and federal constitutions, and the founding organic document, The Declaration of Independence. What grounds do the Tennessee Supreme Court justices stand on?

I’m looking to you, Judge Parkes, to “do justly, and to love mercy” 1 in the fear of Almighty God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, before whom we all must stand some day in judgment and give account of ourselves. Respectfully, etc.

1 He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? Micah 6:8 (KJV)

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