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Can someone forward this to Oliver Stone's personal address? 3 strikes and he's in prison gulag for 20 years as a habitual offender/career criminal, thanks to USA's current Police State Prohibition on alcohol. Cops routinely stalk people to get multiple arrests, especially gov't whistleblowers like Stone, who got 2-million pages of JFK Coup D'Etat files declassified, including Pentagon/CIA Operation NORTHWOODS, to hijack US airliners by remote control and crash them to blame foreign nations to "justify" war.
You can drink 24 drinks/day and keep 0.00% BAC all day long, according to Tennessee Driver License Handbook:
"The liver can. . . oxidize one drink per hour. . . . Spacing your drinks over a longer period of time will slow the rate at which you become intoxicated and indicates responsible drinking habits." -Tennessee Driver Handbook and Driver License Study Guide http://www.state.tn.us/safety/handbook.html
That same gov't textbook confesses there is no such thing as a "legal limit", since the limit for everyone is 0.00% BAC:
"Strictly speaking, a driver can register a BAC of .00% and still be convicted of a DUI. The level of BAC does not clear a driver when it is below the 'presumed level of intoxication.'" -Tennessee Driver Handbook and Driver License Study Guide http://www.state.tn.us/safety/handbook.html
ANY prescription or nonprescription medication is considered "proof" of DUI by corrupt courts:
"When the state seeks to prove one is driving under the influence of a drug, rather than an alcoholic intoxicant, it is not necessary to specifically prove which drug has been ingested in order to qualify it as either a "narcotic drug" or one "producing stimulating effects on the central nervous system." Such a burden would be impossible to overcome by the state, especially if the suspect refused to take a blood test. Obviously, any combination of intoxicants can be sufficient to render a person under the influence." -Steven Oberman, criminal defense lawyer and general sessions judge, in his textbook, "DUI: The Crime and Its Consequences in Tennessee"
Gulf War Air Force commander arrested by civilian DUI cops and jailed in Loony Bin for 30 days without trial - DUI cop gunned down and murdered at DUI prosecutor's house allegedly by murdered son of DUI prosecutor - No cop was alive to testify at DUI trial, but someone forced the innocent commander to plead guilty to a $3-million DUI, which even the dead DUI cop confessed was a "medical condition that did not involve alcohol": http://geocities.com/gulfwarnationalguard
"Thousands of alcoholics are seen every year by professionals?psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, clergy, counselors, nurses and doctors -- yet, tragically, they are almost always misdiagnosed and often harmfully treated. It is my belief that alcoholism has suffered more malpractice out of ignorance than any other disease in recent times." ?Mel Schulstad, past president of the National Association of Alcoholism Counselors, from Under the Influence, by Dr. James Milam and Katherine Ketcham
"One of the major defects in many methods of blood-alcohol analysis is the failure to identify ethanol (also referred to as ethyl alcohol) to the exclusion of all other chemical compounds. To use the terminology of scientists, such methods are not specific for ethanol: They will detect other compounds as well, identifying any of them as 'ethanol.' Thus a client with other compounds in his blood or breath may have a high 'blood-alcohol' reading with little or no ethanol in his body. If you look at the warranties---it is sort of interesting---none of the breath machine manufacturers warrant these things to actually test blood alcohol." ?Lawrence Taylor, attorney at law, DUICENTER.COM, Drunk Driving Defense, 5th Edition (2000)
"Breath testing devices in America have been in use since the early 1940's, although the first ones were crude, highly inaccurate pieces of equipment. They were also subject to extreme operator error, if not operated correctly. A troubling trend seems to be emerging in a few states. Handheld fuel cell devices (which run on batteries) are being allowed for EVIDENTIAL testing purposes, not just preliminary screening for alcohol. With blood tests, the use of an alcohol laden swab on subject's skin contaminates the puncture site and voids the test by the state. Most states do not permit forcible retrieval of a blood sample from a suspected DUI driver unless death or serious injury to another person has resulted from a DUI related accident. Therefore, results obtained in such cases will be void. When you are required to submit to the official state test for BAC, ALWAYS insist on your own independent BAC tests. Some states require you to obtain your tests on your own initiative, and will tell you nothing about your rights to seek another test. Other states will advise you of this right, and will even transport you to a facility for giving a sample, if you are going to be kept in custody. If the police deprive you of your freedom of movement and then elicit answers to incriminating questions from you without first giving your Miranda warnings, your attorney may be able to suppress any admissions made by you while in custody. Whenever submitting to the state's BAC tests, always ask the test operator to preserve a sample of the breath, urine or blood so that the sample can be independently tested later. Some states have developed a fairly lax set of rules for blood testing, whereby testing methods other than GC and GC-MS can be used. In most hospitals, alternative testing methods are often utilized, because they are FASTER. Time is money in a hospital. Plus, emergency situations call for quicker testing methods than the laborious process of setting up a proper GC or GC-MS test. One major difference in most hospital tests is that these are often done on blood serum, not the 'whole' blood. Whenever plasma is tested, the results can be as much as 20% higher than when whole blood is utilized." ?William C. Head, Esq. and Reese I. Joye, Jr., Esq., DrunkDrivingDefense.com, 101 Ways to Avoid a Drunk Driving http://www.drunkdrivingdefense.com/publications-articles/101-ways-summary.htm
"Drunk driving is a political crime. Unless you understand that and I mean a political crime as we know it today. I see lots of nods out there. Unless you understand that, unless you have that perspective; that you are dealing with a political crime, you are not going to be able to effectively defend a client. You are not going to be able to effectively approach the so called 'scientific evidence' either the magic box or field sobriety tests or horizontal gaze nystagmus or anything else. You must develop that perspective. Many of you sense that there's something wrong--that this particular offense is a little different from other criminal offenses, but you still approach it as a criminal defense attorney, rather than as a DUI attorney. It's important for you to understand and have perspective on what you're dealing with when you go into a DUI case. We've talked about the Constitutional projections and, by the way, what happens in the DUI field--and this is where we are losing our rights, this is where we're losing our rights. What happens today is going to happen tomorrow in other types of offenses. Roadblocks today for DUI. Roadblocks tomorrow for everything else. It's called precedent. Now let's talk about the third area that I'm supposed to talk about today. That is the area of scientific evidence. I use the term scientific very advisedly. Okay, so to attack DUI scientific evidence, you have to understand what you're dealing with. When you're dealing with these quasi-scientific field sobriety tests and these magic boxes, you're talking about the difference between truth and expediency or imposition of order. The system, the legal system, is not concerned with truth. The defense is truth. It's truth. What a mind-boggling concept to a criminal defense lawyer! Think about it. You're criminal defense lawyers. The other side, you know, they've got the eyewitnesses, they've got the fingerprints, they've got the cop-out confession. What are you there for? To blow smoke and raise reasonable doubt, right? You have been trained that way. That's how you pursue and defend your cases. DUI isn't like that. DUI is different. What's different is they're the ones who are blowing smoke. They're the ones that are palming off false science. They're the ones that are palming off this field sobriety crap. You are the ones who are trying to point out to the jury what the truth is. That these--this is not science. This is not true, it is false. This is difficult for some of you to comprehend, that you are interested in bringing truth to the jury in a DUI case. And that is a pretty darn important perspective. I think it's a pretty neat thing. A lot of people ask me why the heck do you defend drunk drivers and nothing else? And I've been doing it for a long time now. Because, two real reasons, one; I firmly believe we are the people at the dam with our fingers in that crack in the dike when it comes to constitutional protection. This is where we're losing it. Two; I like, I really like the feeling that I'm trying to bring the truth to a jury. Long ago I got tired of trying to blow smoke and raise reasonable doubt. I like truth. You've got to understand that is what you are trying to do. You are trying to develop truth. You're trying to get the jury educated to what really is happening. To debunk this false science. Okay, this is the kind of machine that we've got and by the way, understand something else that is critically important for you to impart to the jury. Not only are these things inaccurate, not only does the manufacturer have no confidence in them, but they don't measure alcohol. Right. They don't measure alcohol. Please, by a show of hands, how many people here know what I'm talking about? Ladies and gentlemen, this machine does not measure alcohol! What it measures is any compound that has the methyl group in it. It's a stupid machine, okay? Their expert will call it a smart machine--state-of-the-art. Smart, meaning it's self-diagnostic and so on. It's a stupid machine. It does not recognize alcohol when it sees it. It does not measure alcohol." ?Lawrence Taylor, attorney at law, DUICENTER.COM, audiotape trascript: "Attacking Blood-Alcohol Evidence" http://www.duicenter.com/lectures/attacking.html
"A prosecutor won't drop false charges against an innocent person, since that would risk the police and government being sued successfully for false arrest." ?Judge Wayne Henry, attorney-at-law, Loudon, Tennessee
"I sure learned a lot today." ?Judge John Rossen, after the pro se trial of John Lee vs City of Knoxville Municipal Corporation (Webmaster John Lee won on appeal, and City Court administrator was fired for theft, extortion, Fraud, Waste and Abuse of court funds, after subpoenaed by John Lee and confessed under oath in court testimony that City Court had zero accountability of court revenues from 125,000 annual trials, and used an illegal Top Secret docket in violation of the state's Open Records Act. Over 50 police employees were fired for car theft and contract fraud, with criminal charges pending. 4 class actions filed, including 2 by mayor Victor Ashe the homo Skull & Bones boytoy of president George W Bush Jr, against Ashe's own employees for fraud) http://geocities.com/towcrime
"I saw two officers as before, who rode up to me, with their pistols in their hands, said God damn you stop, if go an Inch further, you are a dead Man, and swore if we did not turn in to that pasture, they would blow our brains out. Major Mitchel of the 5th Regt clapd his Pistol to my head, and said he was going to ask me some questions, if I did not tell the truth, he would blow my brains out. I told him I esteemed myself a man of truth, that he had stopped me on the highway, & made me a prisoner, I knew not by what right; I would tell him the truth; I was not afraid." ?Paul Revere, militiaman and owner of RevereWare?, arrested by British mercenary soldiers on the eve of the American Revolution and Battle of Lexington and Concord, as King George attempted "gun control" by an Assault Weapons Ban of defensive muskets under Martial Law, Minute Man National Historic Park, Paul Revere Capture Site, affidavit by Paul Revere: "Memorandum on Events of April 18, 1775" (declassified Top Secret), Paul Revere's Ride, by David Hackett Fischer
"Government control of Communications and Transportation." ?Communist Manifesto, 6th Plank
"You will be happy to learn that the former head of the KGB (the secret police of the former Soviet Union), General Yevgeni Primakov, has been hired as a consultant by the US Department of Homeland Security [Pentagon's Office of Information Awareness at DARPA.MIL]." ?Al Martin, AlMartinRaw.com, Behind the Scenes in the Beltway, "Get Ready for the USSA (The United Soviet States of America)," March 17, 2003
"The day is coming when American police will be ordered to round up millions of Americans and execute them, just as police or military have been asked to round up and sumarily execute 200-million people in the past 100 years." ?Jack McLamb, The Officer Jack McLamb Radio Program at TruthRadio.com, "The most-decorated cop in Phoenix PD history," Police & Military Against the New World Order, author of The Vampire Killers, publisher of Aid and Abet Police & Military Newsletter, H.C. 11, Box 357, Kamiah, Idaho 83536, 208-935-7852, from interview on Infowars.com Radio, WBCR 1470AM (Alcoa, Tennessee), 16 January 2002
"The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth becomes the greatest enemy of the State." ?Dr. Joseph M. Goebbels, NAZI Minister of Propaganda (who murdered his wife and 5 little girls as Russian Army closed in on Hitler's bunker in Berlin, to avoid the Death Penalty and hangman's noose)
DARE cop to 8th grade class, Creal Springs, Illinois, 1994: Kids, this is what happens to you after one beer, blah, blah, blah. Kids, this is what happens to you after two beers, blah, blah, blah. Kids, this is what happens to you after ten beers, blah, blah, blah. Kids, this is what happens to you after 25 beers, you pass out and die. Paul "Beavis and Butthead" Pace, 8th grader, blurts out: I guess that's why they only put 24 beers in a case! --retold by Sara A., Pellissippi State Technical Community College, TN, 8th grade eyewitness
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