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Desc:Defendant objects to everything, sues and arrests everyone.
Category:Educational, Crime
Tags:citizens arrest, objection, ca penal code 837, representing myself
Submitted:urbanelf
Date:09/12/15
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jangbones - 2015-09-12
Crank Zappa
Old_Zircon - 2015-09-12
He looks like Ringo playing Zappa in 200 Motels, if Ringo were actually as tall as the real Zappa.

baleen - 2015-09-12
I was all prepared to laugh at the dumb natural law guy, but dang this guy actually had his Perry Mason cosplay together. Down to the fucking cane.
oddeye - 2015-09-12
He's still got the whole "wall of bullshit numbers, codes and laws" thing going on but they are (I assume) actual codes and laws that exist.

I am both a little disappointed but relieved to have not heard "maritime law" yelled 400 times.

yogarfield - 2015-09-13
some stars for law cosplay

also stars for "isn't that amazing"

and while he sounded pretty impressive, all he did was try to sue EVERY JUDGE IN FRESNO in order to create a conflict of interest because who is going to take a parking ticket to federal court.

legitimately curious of the outcome on this one.

baleen - 2015-09-13
See the comment thread under William Ferrell.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-09-13
link please

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-09-13
So what was he accused of? And did he win?
infinite zest - 2015-09-13
It sounds like it'd have to be taken to a Federal court, and they don't really have the time to deal with (or interest in dealing with) small cases like these, so I assume the answer is yes. I'm assuming it was something small like a traffic violation in front of a bank?

infinite zest - 2015-09-13
Or, just read baleen's post directly above, damn, Will Ferrell, when you're not making hilarious Anchorman sequels you're posting insightful information on California penal codes? When do you have time to sleep?

Cube - 2015-09-13
I think this is a dupe, but knowledge is power!
rural - 2015-09-13
More video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Koe9Lv0CQ&feature=youtu.be
But if you google "Michael Tater Alexander" the full scale of his insanity becomes clear. He's been in court like every day since this. I would love to know an estimate of how much he has cost taxpayers, both in terms of money and hours.
rural - 2015-09-13
It originated in a custody dispute, and by this time, he had already sued everyone else involved (child services, all of the officers involved, the mother, etc.) Jesus.

http://openjurist.org/110/f3d/67/alexander-v-engeln

chumbucket - 2015-09-15
Yeah this was quite the read: www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/nonpub/F065796.DOC

He's kind of a crazy dirtbag.

yogarfield - 2015-09-17
HIS MIDDLE NAME IS TATER

*****

Maru - 2015-09-13
Shit...
Sexy Duck Cop - 2015-09-14
You know someone is a lawyer when they parenthetically add "as such" after every noun.
chumbucket - 2015-09-15
It is impressive how well he utilizes proper procedure and court protocols to get this done. I personally would love to use the term "and let the record show" in an official capacity.
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